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Putting an agreement, partnership terms or a loan repayment in writing is essential and plain old good business; the failure to do so can result in expensive and extensive litigation. Outlining expectations and clearly notating due dates and responsibilities can save time and ensure that business dealings don’t result in disaster.
Contracts come into play in all sorts of areas. L. Turner Law has drafted partnership agreements between General Contractors and Architects for multi-million dollar design building relationships, subcontract agreements between General Contractors and Subcontractors, Loan Agreements for investors, personal loan agreements for private lenders, settlement and release agreements, and service contracts/terms and conditions for users and service providers in app-based businesses. This of course is not to mention the time-sharing, prenuptial agreements and petitions for divorce that are prevalent in family law.
There are many types of partnership agreements available to those interested in starting a business. Some partners are equally liable and share in the profits as well as the liabilities. Other partnerships consist of a silent partner, usually financially invested, while a general partner is a more active party in the day to day running of the business. Consulting with an attorney can ensure that expectations are clearly outlined, investment, and repayment time frames with interest are calculated properly. A carefully drafted business partnership agreement can save you BIG in the event that something goes awry.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND USER AGREEMENTS
Starting a service-based business can be tricky. The independent contractors or employees that you hire to perform the service should clearly be aware and agree to follow the rules, regulations, and code of conduct outlined by your business, or else liability for their bad acts could fall to you. Likewise, customers should know the limits of liability before utilizing your service, and agree to terms and conditions upfront can prevent nasty lawsuits or limit the basis for recovery and/or where suit can be filed. Plan for the unexpected and make sure that your agreements are not unconscionable and enforceable.
Subcontract Agreements and AIA agreements are common in the construction industry, but making sure that you receive what you pay for can be tricky. Building code and architectural scopes of work can be confusing, and unscrupulous builders or subcontractors may not be licensed or insured, leaving you to foot the bill and leaving you in a lurch when the work is defective. Give yourself a route for recovery and use an attorney experienced in both construction and construction litigation to navigate you throughout your deals.
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