Well written legal documents contribute to the overall success and sustainability of any business. They can protect valuable assets, bring clarity to key relationships, reduce risk and ensure that your company’s operations align with the law. With the right legal documents in place, you can concentrate on other key aspects of your business, assured and
What is a business contract? A business contract is simply an agreement which binds the parties to it, which the law will enforce if one party doesn’t adhere to its conditions. Agreements come in many shapes and sizes, and you probably enter into more of them than you realise. Contracts can be formal or informal.
How to survive selling your business: a compelling three-part drama with a happy ending (apologies for the spoiler alert).
Causing about as much frisson and political fallout as a Prenup, you’ll be glad of that Shareholder’s agreement when the company forecast is stormy.
If you want to bag the right investors and get it right first time, it will pay you back in dividends to get organised and on top of the legalities (see what I did there).
Doing just what it says on the tin, this is UK company formation in a nutshell, easy to understand, quick to read and with lots of helpful links for those bits where you want a deep dive.
“The majority is always wrong, the minority is rarely right.” Henrik Ibsen, probably also a minority shareholder, who knew?
Discover the rights and avoid the wrongs of being a minority shareholder with less than 50% of a company’s shares.
The pen is mightier than the sword. Type or write but always record your business contracts and agreements.
Good news – the fountain pen is making a comeback! In the 21st-century paperless world, you must still record and formalise business contracts.