Get your Business Contracts Correct!
Our extensive experience with sale of business contracts has equipped us with knowledge of how to deal with a variety of issues that may arise. We can assist you with everything from initial due diligence, negotiations, review of the agreement right down to making sure you get everything you need at completion to have a clear title to the business.
With the help of our commercial contract lawyers, the process becomes quick, clear and straightforward so you can feel in control and confident your contract is completed correctly. Speak to our business contract lawyers today.
Expert Legal Advice For Buying and Selling
When purchasing or selling a business, there are a wide variety of aspects to consider such as fitout requirements, transfer of employees and benefits, licencing requirements, stock valuation and sale conditions. Our commercial contract lawyers will make sure all your bases are covered and that the sale or purchase of a business goes smoothly.
Gladwin Legal’s business contract lawyers can assist you with:
- Obtaining Landlord’s Consent to Transfer.
- Negotiating Sale of Business Terms.
- Sale of Business Contracts.
- Organising and Completing Settlement.
- Complying with Legal and Regulatory Requirements.
- Applying for Requisite Licences
- Related party
Looking into leasing? Our contract lawyers can set your business up for success with commercial and retail leasing contract services.
If you have, or intend to have, a business partner, consult our contract lawyers about a Partnership Agreement to ensure all parties agree on the terms.
Specialists in the Sale and Purchase of Commercial Business
We understand that the sale or purchase of a business is more than just a transfer of money, and in some instances, it’s your entire livelihood, which is why our award-winning team of commercial contract lawyers can help ensure that your sale of business contract is what you want it to be.
A sale of a business can entail obtaining the landlord’s consent, negotiating terms of sale, transferring ownership of trademarks and drafting documents such as employment agreements and business policies, all of which we can manage for you.
Buying a business can be just as difficult, especially when considering what obligations and regulations apply to you and whether you can operate the business the way you want to. We can take these complicated questions for you and make them simple, by providing legal advice you can understand and options that suit both your retail business and personal needs.
Comprehensive Contract Help for Business Sale and Purchase
As specialists in commercial and corporate law, we understand you need legal assistance that doesn’t cut corners but is still affordable. Our contract lawyers make things easy by skipping the legal jargon so you get the most comprehensive, practical and cost-effective solutions to buying and selling a business.
We’re not your usual expensive, mediocre lawyer; we’re experts in retail, so you’ll get the best advice at the best price without the long wait times.
For a free consultation and peace of mind when purchasing or selling a business, get in touch with the commercial contract lawyers at Gladwin Legal today on 1300 033 934.
Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that transparency and clarity in costs and legal fees is important to every business. For this reason, we offer fixed fees where possible, including for reviewing or drafting your retail agreements, such as your sales and POS terms and conditions or returns policies.
As regulatory compliance is a broad practice area, the cost of our services can vary depending on the scope of your matter. For advisory matters, we suggest getting in touch with us and we can provide an estimate of costs.
We can assist in the very early stages of establishing your business to draft compliant legal documents from the get-go, or you can engage us any time to review your existing practices.
We generally recommend annual reviews as the Australian Consumer Law is often changing.
The short answer is, most likely yes. If your store staff have made a representation to a customer that a product can do something or is suitable for their particular needs, then it is likely the case that you will be liable if the product does not meet those needs, under the Australian Consumer Law. There have been a number of cases where retailers have been hit with ACCC penalties for this kind of conduct so it is important to train your staff in compliance.
We offer compliance training and can draft easy-to-understand staff guidelines. If you are interested, contact us for a fixed fee quote.