Contract Drafting & Disputes

it's essential that when negotiating business contracts your terms and conditions are clear and complete as a binding contract may take many forms from a signed paper to a telephone conversation. That's why FindLaw has resources for you to be prepared when it comes to negotiations and the contact details of experienced lawyers who can help in the contract drafting process.


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Supreme Court ruling 'hard' for couple in Blue Chip case

Date: 06 Dec 2010, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Superannuation & Elder Law, Buying a Home, Consumer Bankruptcy & Insolvency

Wellington, Dec 3 NZPA - The Supreme Court has dealt a blow to Blue Chip investors Bruce and Dorothy Bartle in what has been seen as a test case fo...

ACT: Security of payments - Good for contractors, good for the ACT economy

Date: 22 Oct 2009, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Building & Construction law

ACT Industrial Relations Minister John Hargreaves, has tabled legislation that will establish a statutory mechanism for operators in the building and construction...

ABA: Banking sector needs new start date for proposed unfair contract terms

Date: 27 Aug 2009, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Trade & Customs

The Australian Bankers' Association (ABA) said the banking industry will not have enough time to review and, where necessary, amend their consumer standard...

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How to Draft a Deed of Settlement and Release

Date: 07 May 2018, Filed under: Contract Drafting & Disputes, Contract Law

The purpose of a Deed of Settlement and Release is to bring to an end (‘fully and finally settle’) a legal proceeding and/or any dispute.

Retirement Village Contracts - 10 questions to consider

Date: 08 Aug 2014, Filed under: Contract Drafting & Disputes, Contract Law

ARE YOU in your later years, already in, or looking forward to retirement? Have you lived in your family home for several decades, and feel it is now too...

How can contracts be discharged from further performance?

Date: 21 May 2013, Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Trade & Customs

The law of contracts forms a substantial part of our various relationships that can have some sort of influence over us on an almost daily basis – even...

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