Commercial Law Advice & Services

Perth Commercial Lawyer 

Contracts and agreements play a very important role in everyday business life, whether buying or selling items or delivering services. We have extensive experience advising our clients on all things related to Contract Law. We can assist you with the negotiation, drafting and execution of a contract that adequately reflects the personal and commercial intentions of the parties entering into the agreement. Before the execution of any contract or agreement takes place, we will ensure that you understand your legal rights, obligations and the duty of care owed under the specific contract that you are signing.

Why should you seek legal advice before signing a Contract?

Whether you think a contract is simple or complex, you should only sign it after talking to a lawyer. Otherwise, you risk getting yourself in trouble that will cost you more than you bargained for. It is always a good idea to seek legal advice before signing a contract, especially if you are unfamiliar with any terms or need help understanding the agreement. It is better to know what you are signing up-front so that you are aware of your rights and obligations from the outset and throughout the course of the Contract, and also to minimise the chances of a dispute under the Contract arising in the future. ABMS Lawyers can advise you in relation to the terms and conditions of a contract. We can recommend changes to the contract terms to best protect your interests and, if requested, negotiate such amendments on your behalf. Other services include:

  • Preparing and reviewing Contracts
  • Debt recovery
  • Confidentiality and Non-disclosure Agreements
  • Terms and Conditions for your business in print or online
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Deeds
  • Security Agreements
  • Leasing Agreements
  • Service Agreements
  • Statutory Letters of Demand
  • Franchising Agreements
  • Loan Agreements
  • Misleading and Deceptive Conduct

If you need help or advice with preparing, reviewing, or enforcing your rights under a contract, contact our experienced lawyers at ABMS Lawyers on (08) 9468 3297 or email us at office@abmslawyers.com.au.

Corporate Law

Running a company, association, or club can be rewarding but challenging as there are rules and guidelines that must be followed to ensure you or the company or association are obeying the rules and regulations. Running a successful company means you have to ensure your conduct as director or officer does not pose a financial risk to employees, other stakeholders, or the company itself. Breaches of duty can have serious consequences for your director or shareholders and the company you are running. That is why you should seek legal advice before starting a company or accepting a role as a company director. Most of those rules relate to the following:

  • Company Startups
  • Benefits of becoming incorporated
  • Company Constitutions and Replaceable Rules
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Share transfers
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Director Duties and breaches
  • Insolvent Trading claims
  • Shareholder/Director disputes
  • Company Creditors
  • Compliance with Regulatory requirements

ABMS Lawyers provides advice and representation concerning the terms of applicable Company Constitutions and Replaceable Rules if applicable.

We also provide the following services:

  • Advising clients as to their specific roles and duties under the Corporations Act (Cth) and related Regulations;
  • Advising clients as to compliance with their Constitutions/Replaceable Rules or Shareholder Agreements;
  • Advice on Enforcing the Applicable Constitutions or Shareholder Agreements; and
  • Representing clients and defending against claims of breaches of applicable constitutions or shareholder agreements.

If you need help or advice with preparing, reviewing, or enforcing your rights under a company, or have questions regarding issues affecting your role in the company, contact ABMS Lawyers on (08) 9468 3297 or email us at office@abmslawyers.com.au.

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