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One of the most important aspects of any business is ensuring that all contracts – with suppliers, customers, or even landlords – are accurate and contain terms you are comfortable with.

Common Contractual Disputes

Sale of goods and supply of service

Here, you will often be the person who purchased the goods or service, and your dispute will be over the standard of the goods or the quality of the service. Sometimes, it will be due to late delivery or were not as described. Our solicitors can review the contract, determine if any breaches have occurred and advise you on your legal options.

Sale of a business or shares in a business

These can be complex disputes due to the fact these are often the most complex forms of commercial contracts. There may be issues over warranty claims, unpaid deferred consideration and earn out provisions. The result of a dispute over these is that it can impact the price paid for a business as it sometimes depends on how it performs after sale.

At Monarch Solicitors, we can help ensure you are aware of all the relevant terms of a contract and their consequences. We can review and draft a contract to ensure it does what you want it to do. We can offer expert advice on a wide-range of contracts, including:

  • Agency and distribution and supply agreements
  • Commercial contracts
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Franchising and outsourcing
  • Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Terms and conditions of sale or service

To get advice on commercial contract issues, please call our specialist solicitors in Manchester on 0330 127 8888.

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This will depend on a range of factors, including the size of the business, its assets, its staff, the services it provides, whether it is held by an individual or a company and what is happening with the business premises.

It can take anywhere between 4 and 12 months and really depends on how complex the transaction is. The speed of the transaction also depends on the response timescales of others involved in the transaction including lenders or landlords.

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