Commercial contracts & agreements

As your business develops, it’s important to review your existing commercial contracts and agreements regularly. Well-drafted commercial contracts are worth their weight in gold, but only if they are kept up to date and still fit for purpose.

Our commercial contracts solicitors will work with you to review your agreements regularly, advise on the steps you need to take to update any documents to support future growth, or identify any missing agreements that could leave your business unprotected and open to a dispute.

Our services include:

  • Reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements, including:
    • Trading terms & conditions
    • Supply & distribution agreements
    • Website terms, conditions & policies
    • Ecommerce agreements
    • Franchise agreements
    • Outsourcing agreements
    • Software licensing & support agreements
  • Drafting and amending commercial agreements, including
    • shareholder agreements
    • investor agreements,
    • partnership agreements
    • cross option agreements

Next steps: get in touch

If you need legal advice to confirm your commercial contracts and agreements are up to date, or if you need guidance on what contracts and agreements are needed to protect your business, contact our team on: 0800 533 5349 or

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Frequently asked questions

A commercial agreement is a type of contract that sets out in writing all the terms and conditions for business transactions between two designated parties.

It’s important to ensure your contracts are watertight and clear to avoid potential disputes in the future. Commercial contracts should contain:

  • Termination provisions
  • Payment terms
  • Warranties and representations
  • Limitation of liability
  • Governing law

It’s important to have comprehensive agreements and contracts in place to protect your business and your people. They can prevent conflict and reduce the risk of expensive business disputes happening in the future. Note that contracts often go through a negotiation process between both sides, making sure that everyone is getting the best deal possible.

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