CONTRACTS

 

Even under the best of circumstances, things can go wrong.  Memories fade and misinterpretations develop.  Whether it is a business, service, or other type of agreement, a written contract is your best protection.  This is only so, however, if your interests and rights have been accurately reflected on that contract.  The consequences of a short term “inexpensive” route can result in longer-term problems and expensive contract litigation.

 

The contract attorneys at The Sampat Law Firm have extensive experience in the drafting, review and - when necessary - litigating of a wide range of contracts.  As technology and industry change at a rapid pace, the need for contractual protection has never been more critical.  This is why The Sampat Law Firm, has made it a point to keep up to date in the changes of law in such areas as real estate, remodeling, employment, service and other instances where the correct wording, or aggressive action, is necessary to protect your rights in case of a breach or other potential dispute.

 

Contract negotiation, preparation, or review handled by The Sampat Law Firm may include the following:

•    Employment agreements

•    Franchise and licensing agreements

•    Business formation agreements

•    Business succession planning agreements

•    Buy-out agreements

•    Commercial lease agreements

•    Commercial real estate purchase and sale agreements

•    Commercial sub-lease agreements

•    Construction/Subcontractor Agreements

•    Contract review

•    Easement agreements

•    Business purchase and sales agreements

•    Real estate development agreements

•    Real estate development covenants and conditions agreements

•    Vendor Purchase Order Agreements

•    Shareholder buy-sell agreements

•    Stock purchase agreements

•    Home purchase and sales agreements

 

 

 

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