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Today, many people enter into contracts using electronic tools such as email, text message, phone messages, etc. Will contracts using these methods create binding contracts? Can these methods be used to change contracts that were entered into using paper and pen?
Given the current state of things, it can be very tempting for individuals and small businesses to want to take on new business ventures or enter into new business deals right now. When entering into any business agreement with any person or entity, new or familiar, we urge you to have a written contract detailing the terms and conditions of the agreement.
Why are contract terms even more important now given the impact of COVID-19? What contract terms might allow for unintended circumstances? We look to see how contract terms and conditions may impact your business, real estate transactions, contracts for services and supplier chains. Every situation and contract is different. Thus, it is important to know if you have exposure and how to respond.
When your business exchanges quote requests, quotes, purchase orders, and contracts with customers or clients, which document’s “terms & conditions” apply? Here’s a scenario we often see in business law: Your business works to establish a contract with a client or customer. Your customer sends in a request for a quote – that request includes terms & conditions. Your company then sends the customer a quote with terms & conditions. Your customer then sends in a purchase order with its own terms & conditions. Your company finally delivers a confirmation which includes its own terms & conditions. So which terms and conditions apply?! Join James Vann during this fast-paced webinar reviewing Terms and Conditions in business contracts. Join James Vann during this fast-paced webinar reviewing Terms and Conditions in business contracts.
Reserve your seat for our Terms & Conditions webinar on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. This fast paced webinar will review how terms and conditions could be construed with contracts entered into by e-mail, online purchases, etc.