Do you need assistance with a contract, commercial lease or other business legal document? Call Irving Law, Perth WA Business Lawyers, on (08) 6460-5460.
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IRVING LAW assists clients with all types of contracts. If you need a lawyer to prepare a new contract, or to review a contract that someone has given you to sign, give us a call.
Irving Law’s principal lawyer, James Irving, has experience with a big variety of commercial contracts. He has worked as a contract lawyer for many years in law firms and government agencies. He says:
“I enjoy working with business owners to understand their businesses and create contracts that will work well for them. Too often lawyers simply give their clients standard templates out of the cupboard that don’t match the client’s requirements very well.”
We Assist Clients With Different Types of Contracts
We have the knowledge and expertise to prepare many kinds of contracts, including:
- Terms and Conditions
- Business Sale agreements / Merger agreements
- Subcontractor agreements / Employment agreements
- NDAs and confidentiality deeds
- Loan or investment agreements
- Shareholders’ agreements / Partnership agreements
- Intellectual property agreements
- Commercial and Industrial leases and subleases
- Franchise agreements and Disclosure Documents
- Software agreements
We have also prepared or reviewed international contracts for clients.
In many cases, setting up a new company also involves setting up some new agreements, like shareholder agreements or employment contracts.
If your business is leasing premises to operate an office, showroom, factory, storage area in Perth or suburbs or for some other purpose, you will almost certainly need to sign a lease. If you would like to have the lease checked by a business lawyer, Irving Law can review the document and provide you with appropriate advice.
We can also draft a commercial lease, if you are a landlord. Shop leases are controlled by special legislation, compared to industrial leases, which don’t have the same controls.
To learn more about how we can assist you or your business in these areas, please contact Irving Law – Contract Lawyers and Lease Lawyers in Perth, Western Australia.