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If you’ve been asked to sign a deed of release, it is essential you know what it means and what…
Witnessing a person’s signature on a legal document is an important step in ensuring the document is valid and enforceable.…
If you are a party hire business, you should protect yourself from any risks or maintenance costs that arise from…
Customers can always cancel services despite signing agreements that last for a fixed time. As a business who supplies services,…
Operating a recruitment agency means acting as the middleman between two parties: your client (who wishes to engage an employee);…
A company is a separate legal entity that has the same legal capacity as an individual, such as signing contracts.…
Once you sign a contract, you and the other party are legally bound to perform your obligations under it. However,…
As a small business owner, you may have signed many contracts to keep your business afloat, such as contracts for…
As a business owner, if you and another party have made a legally binding oral agreement, that agreement will be…
Signing a contract may seem like a mere formality to an agreement between you and another party. However, if you…
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