October 06, 2017
Whether it’s a new start-up or an established enterprise, a business venture can be an exciting journey.
However, the journey can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster ride with ups as well as downs.
So, it’s important to know there’s somewhere you can turn to in the unfortunate event your business journey takes an unexpected diversion and that you have the right legal support against potential risks.
Kiran Virdee is the most recent addition to the Pudsey Legal team. She is a qualified Solicitor with experience in commercial and civil litigation and can also assist with advising on and drafting terms and conditions and commercial agreements.
Here, she explains why it is important for a business to ensure that it has suitable terms and conditions.
The importance of robust terms and conditions
Whether you are starting up or are running a successful business, there will always be plenty on your “to-do” list. Whilst it may not be number one on the agenda, having good terms and conditions of trade is vital for a number of reasons, including:
Of course, one size cannot fit all. It is important to ensure that your business’ terms and conditions are tailored to your requirements and cover the potential issues your business may face. Of course, your needs may also change over time as your business evolves and it is equally important to periodically review terms and conditions to ensure that they are still the right fit.
Please call me, if you think you and your business could benefit from a legal review.