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Contracts and legal analyses

We are here to offer our legal expertise if you have a contract you would like reviewed and evaluated or if you need a new contract drafted so that you can avoid the risk of entering into an onerous or invalid contract.

Fields of expertise
Drafting a purchase contract
Drafting and reviewing a deed of gift
Drafting a barter agreement
Drafting and reviewing a security interest agreement
Drafting and reviewing a contract for work
Legal analysis
Everything you need to know

Purchase contract

A purchase contract is a means by which one party (the seller) commits to delivering something of value to another party (the buyer) and the other party commits to accepting the thing and paying the purchase price.

Deed of gift

In this type of contract, there is no consideration. With a deed of gift, the donor conveys or promises something by way of gift to the donee, who accepts the gift or promise. If the thing given as a gift is real property, it must be in writing. Signatures on a deed of gift must be certified/notarized.

Barter agreement

This is a contract where one item is exchanged for another; the items that are exchanged need not be of equal value.

Security interest agreement

This is the form most often used to establish a security interest. As a general rule, it must be in writing; otherwise, it is deemed a null and void agreement. A written agreement is not required where the contract concerns personal property that is delivered to the pledgee—possessory security.

A contract establishing a legal charge against real property is the most widely used type of security interest agreement by our clients.

The next type of security interest agreement most often requested by our clients is an agreement to pledge personal property, with the pledge being registered in the Central Notarial Register of Pledges.

Contract for work

Under this type of contract, a contractor undertakes to carry out works for a client according to the client’s requirements and within an agreed time period. The terms and conditions agreed to by both parties are written into the contract.

For this type of contract, our clients most often use our review/assessment service, both when their position under the contract is client and when it is contractor. This is an effective method of preventing disputes between the parties, and because litigation is avoided, both parties save on costs and expenses.

Legal analysis

Persons most often interested in a legal analysis are individuals confronted with the possibility of litigation and those who are already involved in litigation. The main purpose of analysis is to evaluate the legal situation, consider the outlook of the case, and recommend a course of action. A thorough legal analysis can save you a significant amount of money.

The legal analysis process:

  1. Receive instructions and relevant documents from client
  2. Approval of price quote
  3. Examine laws and relevant regulations, including case law in similar cases
  4. Prepare analysis
  5. Deliver analysis to client (electronically or in writing)