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Agreements are the lifeblood of commercial business. Agreements provide the framework through which business relationships are controlled, enabling each of the parties to attain their agreed upon benefits, while providing appropriate protections against violating the settled terms and conditions. In turn, the value of an excellent contract, which has been skilfully negotiated and precisely written, is rarely evident - until one of the parties attempts to breach the contract (with the potential for such a violation having been substantially reduced by the knowledge that any violation will have serious repercussions).

Conversely, when contracts are poorly negotiated and/or written, they can become a source of unending anguish and drain on a business' financial resources. Experienced contract negotiations and drafting will enable you to avoid these disasters, by avoiding the traps and pitfalls that other businesses all too frequently fall prey to. You should always be looking to solidify your business relationships with well-structured agreements, so that you can focus on your core business and not the distractions that arise from disputes that lack a clear contractual formula for resolution.

Website disclaimer - It is strongly recommended that you retain appropriate legal advice when negotiating or drafting contracts and agreement, as licensed attorneys can provide important insights and advice that will enable you and your business to make smarter decisions and avoid mistakes. Contracts and agreements tend to be draft for specific purposes and with specific objectives, which are most often not specified in the particular contract, should that is extremely difficult to discern all the true objectives and purposes of the negotiating parties. As such, you need to read any contract with a grain of salt, as your contract needs to be drafted with great specificity to your particular needs and objectives, making professional advice and input extremely important and strongly recommended. See also © 2012.