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Outsourcing Agreements and Sub-Contracts

Outsourcing Agreements and Sub-Contracts

The outsourcing process involves the transfer by one business of the operational responsibility for the provision of a distinct business function to a third party.

The process involves a number of inherent pragmatic and regulatory risks which will vary depending upon the type of service that is being outsourced.

BakerLaw’s experience in working with this issue in a range of different industries and sectors means that we are well equipped to advise businesses on the risks and potential of an outsourcing or sub-contract relationship.

Why are Heads of Terms (HoTs) can be such a HoT topic

Nancy Wilson
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If a landlord wants to grant and a tenant wishes to take a lease of a commercial property, then ideally the parties should set out the main terms of what they foresee will form part of the lease. Effectively the HoTs is the skeleton of what the contractual...

Rectifying a commercial contract

Simon Porter
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Rectifying a commercial contract, how do the Courts do it? If you are the owner of a business, it will be common for you to work with commercial contracts. It is important to note that the terms of a contract do not have to be written down to bind parties...