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How to make sure a contract is legally binding

Whether you are drafting a contract with an intention to join forces with another company or small business, or you are creating an employment agreement for new hires, it is critical that your document is legally enforceable should something happen and you are forced to take legal action. You have spent endless hours building up your small business and it is important to protect it from a legal mistake. While there is no specific format that must be followed when creating your document, there are some critical parts of a contract that you will want to make sure are included. 

How do you resolve a breach of contract dispute?

Everyone would love for their business to succeed and every deal they make to be profitable. Plus, wouldn’t it be fantastic if every vendor you used, a subcontractor you brought in, or a consulting firm you hired to improve your operations met and even exceeded your expectations? However, that’s not how the real world works.

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