Contracts are an integral part of a commercial relationship. If drafted properly, a contract can help minimise risks, mitigate impending losses and provide the foundation for ensuring your business operates smoothly and within the confines of the law.

Therefore, it is important to ensure that your contract is drafted properly before entering into it.  

In this article featured on Inside Small Business, we discuss the key considerations when drafting and entering into a business contract. 

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