Drafting business terms and conditions

Standard terms and conditions provide a framework for your commercial transactions and standardise your company’s contracting procedures. Poorly drafted terms and conditions can quickly lead to disputes costing you time, money and customers.

How DAS Law can help

We understand the nature of your business and can advise upon both the content and drafting of your businesses’ terms and conditions.

Here are some important things you should be aware of:

  • Correctly drafted terms and conditions will save you time and money in the long run by avoiding costly legal action or taking third parties to court.
  • You should review your terms and conditions as soon as your business activities change.
  • Neglecting your terms and conditions can potentially impact your cashflow through delayed payments and chasing debtors.

How much will it cost?

If you would like DAS Law to draft your business terms and conditions, we will offer competitive fixed fees so that you have complete certainty on your legal spend throughout the process.

Our legal advisers are always happy to discuss our fee options with you in more detail.

What to do next

If you would like to speak to a commercial expert about your commercial website, please contact us by calling 0345 604 7298, or email enquiries@daslaw.co.uk.

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Kimberley Whalen-Blake

Acting Head of Employment, Solicitor

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You should regularly review your standard terms and conditions to ensure they take account of legal changes and reflect any shift in the activities of your company. Failing to specify terms could quickly lead to disputes and cashflow problems

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