Business Contracts

Fee Structure

Drafting/Vetting upto 10 pages
Total : 25000/- INR


Corporate/Business Contracts

A Business Contract is a legally binding document between Company and an Individual or group of individuals or a Company represented by its authorised representative that defines and covers the obligations of the parties to an agreement. A  Business Contract is legally enforceable and protects the injured party from the defaulting party in case of a breach of the Agreement.

 The execution of Corporate/Business agreements is essential to protect the interest of the transacting parties as it reduces the risk associate in business tractions. A Corporate/Business agreement records the terms and condition according to which the parties involved will perform their role and responsibilities. A business contract typically involves the exchange of goods, services, money or promise of any of those.

Contracts are widely used to secure a business transaction and forms the legal foundation for transactions across the world. Common business contracts includes

  1. Articles of Association
  2. Memorandum of Association
  3. Arbitration Agreement
  4. Shareholders Agreement
  5. Share Purchase Agreement
  6. Joint Venture Agreements
  7. Term Sheet
  8. Memorandum of Understanding
  9. Non Disclosure Agreement
  10. Business Purchase Agreement
  11. Business Service Agreement
  12. Franchisee Agreement and other such business Agreements.

 Advantages of a Business Agreement

  • Clarity in business relationship, agreements, and rights of parties
  • Avoiding potential contract disputes and litigation
  • Preventing misinterpretation of communications and agreements
  • Protecting intellectual property, real property and asset values
  • Better management of commercial relationships
  • Defined disputed resolution method