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Commercial law can be referred to as business law or corporate law. It focuses on the laws that govern commerce, trade, sales and merchandising, as well as the businesses and individuals who participate in those activities.


Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a collective term for processes such as mediation, arbitration, and expert determination. These processes enable parties to resolve their disputes without the need for litigation.

Commercial Leasing

If you are planning on leasing a property, whether as landlord or tenant, you will need to involve a lawyer to make sure the commercial lease terms are suitable to your proposed use of the premises.

Contractual Disputes

A contractual dispute occurs when parties have conflicting interpretations over the terms of a contract and one party seeks specific performance or damages or both from the other party. It is usually preferable to resolve the dispute without court action wherever possible.

Credit Applications

Your Credit Terms and Conditions set out how you will provide credit to your customers and your Credit Application Form is provided to your customers to allow you to assess whether you will provide credit to them and should set out all the information you need from them.

Terms of Trade

Having clear terms and conditions of trade will ensure the smooth running of your business. Drafting meaningful Terms of Trade will minimise the possibility of disputes in future.

Business Structuring

Commercial Property Sales or Purchases

Debenture and/or Charges

Drafting Contracts

Employment Law

Franchising

Insurance Law

Intellectual Property

Privacy Law

Retail Leasing

Sale/Purchase of Business