Legal Documentation & Registration

Legal Documentation & Registration

Legal Documentation - Practice Area

A well-drafted document is equivalent to a strong argument and can make or break a case! A legal document, whether it is a contract, written statement or an affidavit, serves two purposes informing and engaging both the client and the court about the legal issue. It becomes essential for lawyers and judges to draft all legal documents with precision, to clearly depict all essential facts as well as engage a layman to its content.

A legal document, in general, is a document where two or more parties enter into an agreement and it is confirmed by the placement of their signatures at the end. The term legal documents have a very broad term when it comes to discovery and court required documents. 

Many times a court, during a specific case, will have to make a ruling on what types of documents are considered legal documents in relevance to the case. 

When a legal document is created to form a contract, all parties must agree and sign the document. If you do not sign the document it cannot be held as binding in a Court of Law. 

Many people attest to the “verbal agreement” theory. However, one should always remember the old cliche: “The agreement is only as good as the paper it is written upon.” 

If you do not sign a document it is not legal. A legal document is legally binding in the eyes of the court. 

The different types of legal documentation preparation we offer are: 

  • Businesses 
  • Business Purchase Agreement 
  • Commercial Lease Agreement 
  • Copyright and Trademark Licensing Agreements 
  • Employment Agreements 
  • Incorporation documents 
  • Joint Venture Agreement 
  • Letter of Intent 
  • Memorandum of Understanding 
  • Non-Disclosure Agreements 
  • Partnership Agreements 
  • Privacy Policy 
  • Service agreement
  • Share Purchase Agreement
  • Share Subscription Agreement
  • Shareholder Agreement Individuals 
  • Affidavit 
  • Complaint Letter 
  • Demand Notice 
  • Gift Deed 
  • Lease Agreement 
  • Partition Deed 
  • Power of Attorney 
  • Sale Agreement 
  • Sale Deed 
  • Show-Cause Notice 
  • Will

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