When selling goods and services, the law implies certain terms of conditions into the contract of sale. The purpose of this is to ensure that the buyer can expect a level of protection should there be any problems regarding the safety, quality, and delivery of the goods. Most businesses will want to protect themselves as well as being clear and fair with their customers, and a good set of terms and conditions will achieve this balance.
At Hodders Law we’ve come across all types of sales contracts. Sherine Silva and her commercial team will work with you to understand your business objectives and to craft a set of terms and conditions that can enhance your offering and safeguard your commercial position.
Protecting your business
A well-drafted set of terms and conditions will limit your liability should anything go wrong with the sale or after-sales experience. However inadvertent it may be, a breach of contract can be costly to any business and is often avoidable with professionally written terms and conditions. We will make sure that you have all bases covered to minimise your exposure beyond what is fair and reasonable in the circumstances.
Being able to offer existing and potential customers clarity and peace of mind around what they are buying can be a strong selling point. We also understand that the small print can be tedious when you want to get on with business. At Hodders Law, we love the small print, so let us use our legal and commercial expertise to deliver you a clear, competitive, and robust set of terms and conditions so that you can focus on what you do best.
Trading online removes barriers to global markets. If you are selling internationally and particularly outside the European Union, there are international laws and regulations that you will need to comply with. Let Sherine and her team undertake the work required to ensure you are operating in a legally compliant manner.