Writing Clear and Enforceable Contracts.

September 1st, 2009

Commercial contracts have become increasingly complex in our litigious society. Why can’t contracts just be written in plain language with the common words (and sentence structures) we use in everyday conversation? The truth is – they can! There is no reason that your next contract can’t be clear and enforceable, while at the same time use language that everyone can understand.

Your lawyer can draft a contract in language that can simply express the details of the deal, and in a way that will achieve the legal results desired by both parties. At the same time, your lawyer knows what must be included (and what may be omitted) in a commercial contract. He also has the training and experience to know how the contract will be interpreted should a dispute arise down the road.
Key Points:
• What Is the Business Deal?
• How Do You Turn the Deal Into the Contract?
• Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say!

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