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A contract is a legally binding agreement. It may be written or oral, but many important contracts are often written and signed by both parties. Contracts are the foundation of the business world, and may be simple or extremely complex. Examples of contracts include sales agreements, real estate purchase contracts, employment contracts, confidentiality agreements, finder’s agreements, or insurance contracts, to name a few.
Drafting contracts is not exactly the most exhilarating activity. Every word, comma, period, sentence, and paragraph of the document that eventually becomes a contract are critical to its existence and interpretation. As a result, getting a contract to an agreeable form necessitates meticulous accuracy. It is frequently said that negotiation is an art, and when it comes to contracting, both the negotiation and drafting of the agreement require a unique set of skills and knowledge. Contract drafting is not just about picking up a precedent, changing few details and passing it on to the clients. Each client and transaction are different and should be paid attention to accordingly.
An agreement is framed when a party with adequate legal capacity makes an offer to another party of adequate legitimate capacity who acknowledges the idea with a lawful thought. The contract must incorporate legitimate thinking to be an agreement. That is, the two parties must contribute a Quid pro quo to the understanding, for example, cash, work, a completion guarantee, and so forth.
The overall goal of drafting a contract is to ensure that each party thoroughly understands the terms and conditions in the contract. Therefore, the person drafting the contract should use clear and simple language, as much as possible. A contract full of legal terms and concepts is often not a good idea, as it could raise questions regarding the rightful interpretation of the contract, as well as if there was a “meeting of the minds”, or mutual agreement between the parties.
The parties privy to a bargain should preferably formalize it with a written contract, to mitigate the possibility of dispute in future. It needs experts who can analyse the bargain, foresee the issues today and accordingly prepare an exhaustive agreement for tomorrow.
Drafting a contract is the act of writing out the terms and details of the contract, in order to outline the legal obligations of the two parties, so that they fully understand the terms of the agreement and their respective duties towards one another. This is why a lawyer is often needed in order to create a reliable and secure contract, especially for more complex contracts.
We, at Contract Bazar, have a panel of legal experts who can do this job for you. You don’t have to run around trying to find an appropriate lawyer. Just tell us what you need, and we will draft an exhaustive agreement for you.
In our Contract Library, you have option to make an agreement yourself at that very moment or place an order with our experts to customize and prepare it for you.