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Vol 23 No 2 Feb/March 2018

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A new edition is due, details can be seen here:
Drafting Commercial Agreements 2nd ed isbn 9781784461119

Drafting Commercial Agreements

ISBN13: 9781853286049
New Edition ISBN: 9781784461119
Published: November 2010
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback & CD-ROM
Price: £92.00

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Drafting and tailoring commercial agreements can take up valuable time in a practitioner’s already busy day. With its range of flexible and adaptable precedents, Drafting Commercial Agreements helps to draw up agreements quickly and easily.

Thorough and practical, the book is divided into three clear parts:

  • Part 1 examines the basic rules, structure and construction of a commercial contract.
  • Part 2 provides a guide to common commercial clauses, including those relating to exclusion and limitation. Included is a discrete chapter on how to draft a liquidated damages clause.
  • Part 3 sets out and provides commentary on a range of commercial agreements. These are intended to cover those areas most commonly encountered in commercial practice and include agency, distribution, franchising, joint ventures and the sale and supply of goods.
Model clauses and agreements are reproduced on a CD-ROM accompanying the book, allowing easy customisation and saving time and money.

The author draws on over 25 years’ of practice experience to provide invaluable hints on how to avoid common and less obvious mistakes.

Contract Law, Commercial Law
Part 1 - Basic rules, structure and construction of a commercial contract
1. The basic rules and structure of a commercial contract
2. How a contract is construed – modern rules of construction
Part 2 - Commercial clauses
3. Limitation and exclusion
4. Liquidated damages
5. Miscellaneous
Part 3 - Specific commercial agreements
6. Agency including commercial agency
7. Buying/selling small/medium sized company
8. Contractor services
9. Distribution
10. E-commerce
11. Franchising services/goods
12. Guarantees and indemnities
13. IT services
14. Joint Venture
15. Leasing of equipment
16. Marketing
17. Sale/Supply of Goods
18. Sponsorship.