Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale and Purchase
A company’s terms and conditions define the contractual relationship between the company and its customers. They are designed to both limit liabilities and protect your businesses’ rights. Our Corporate experts at Harrison Drury strive to provide your business with the most watertight terms and conditions possible, ensuring that you are adequately secure in every contractual arrangement.
Terms and conditions apply to all manner and size of businesses. Whether your company is a multinational corporation or a small family run outfit, our Corporate team can assist you with your terms and conditions.
Examples of what terms and conditions should include are:
- Details of what goods or services are provided
- Delivery arrangements
- Terms of payment
- Credit periods and terms
- The consequences for late payment (interest charges)
- Data protection clauses
- Limitation of liability clauses
- Intellectual property clauses
Our team appreciate that all businesses are unique in their contractual relationships and so offer bespoke and specific terms perfectly tailored to your needs.
Furthermore, our lawyers regularly review existing terms and conditions. If you think your current terms and conditions do not adequately protect your business interests or you a require a brand new set of terms please contact our experts.