There is a lot to think about when running a business. Not only do you need to be the king of your trade but you also need to look after your business’ affairs. Mismanagement in either of these areas is the reason why many businesses fail.
Business & General Legal practice in the areas of business and commercial law so we are able to assist our clients with all of their business needs. We act for an array of clients from sole traders to large businesses and provide legal advice, drafting services, enforcement of agreements and representation in disputes.
We can assist in areas such as:
Business start-ups, business sales and transfer of business assets and sale and transfer of shares;
Commercial debt recovery including litigation and dispute resolution;
Review and advice on commercial contracts;
Drafting trusts deeds;
Resolution of legal disputes;
Registering plant, equipment and goods on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR);
Property law and commercial leasing;
Mortgages and loan agreements;
Commercial and civil litigation;
Business and commercial advice including business structures, contract law, privacy and competition and consumer law requirements;
Corporations law including director’s duties;
Drafting commercial and business agreements including business purchase/sale agreements, privacy agreements, confidentiality agreements, distribution agreements; partnership agreements, shareholder agreements, employment agreements, contractors’ agreements, securities agreements, deed of restraint of trade, share transfer agreements and much more.
Is your Business Legally Protected?
Business owners do not realise the full extent of their legal exposure until things go wrong. Don’t learn the hard way. Make sure your business is legally protected now!
The common areas where businesses risk legal exposure are:
Not having any or adequate trading terms and conditions which consequently do not allow them to:
Retain the title to any unpaid goods;
Enter upon their client’s/customer’s premises to reclaim any unpaid goods;
Recover any collection and/or legal fees incurred by the business in recovering outstanding debts from clients/customers;
Charge interest on any outstanding debts;
Limit their liability to clients/customers in relation to the provision of goods and/or services.
Not having any or adequate credit application forms where clients/customers are permitted to take accounts or pay accounts by instalments.
Not having credit application forms guaranteed by a third party to secure debts of clients/customers.
Not knowing the legal rights and obligations of businesses in relation to the provision of goods and/or services to clients/customers, particularly the consumer protection laws.
If you are looking for experienced, professional, friendly solicitors in Adelaide (SA) to take care of your business needs give us a call to book your free no obligation half hour appointment.
Lawyers / Solicitors & Conveyancers Adelaide, South Australia (SA)
Law with Integrity
The Law Society of South Australia Gold Alliance Firm
652-656 Goodwood Road Daw Park SA 5041 Australia