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All business should have Terms and Conditions of trading, as a failure to do so could mean that, in the event of a dispute, it is left to the Court to decide on what terms businesses have entered into contracts. Who in their right mind would want a Judge deciding the terms on which you should do business when you have control over that decision yourself?
In these increasingly challenging times for businesses, it is becoming vital to ensure that your Terms and Conditions of trading protect you as best they can. You may want to try and limit your liability, retain the right to reclaim product or you may even want to make it difficult for your customers to terminate contracts with you.
Brexit brings a whole new raft of considerations that need to be looked at and considered in contractual documentation.
Brian Auld and Sukhdeep Thandi have worked as in-house lawyers, so they really do understand the pressures that businesses face on a day-to-day basis.
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