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Terms and Conditions


Can anyone advise me as to whether there are specialist solicitors that deal with training companies? I need a legal document drawn up which will cover me if a client cancels a course late, etc. Also wouldn't mind suggestions on the types of terms and conditions I should be considering. Thanks
Sade Awolola

One Response

  1. Specialist
    All general practice law firms should be competent in drawing up terms and conditions for contractual purposes.

    All should guide you with regards to the sort of terms your company needs and the protection you will get from the terms incorporated into the agreement.

    If you require something special like terms and conditions for the internet/purchasing goods an services on line etc I suggest you look at and see the specialisms of members.

    I also suggest you look in your local area and see who you have a good fit with. Apart from the knowledge you also need someone who you can discuss matters with and the personal relationship is as important as expertise.

    Always go to the meetings with details of what you are trying to achieve legally so your lawyer can advise you properly and agree a quote for work to be done at the outset so you can control cost.

    All solictor’s firms are required to carry negligence insurance. If you have written clear instructions any problems are so much easier to deal with rather than relying on what was said.

    Good luck

    Training By Design Global Ltd


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