Introduction to Contract Law
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It’s essential for managers and others entering into agreements to have a good grasp of the fundamental concepts of contract law.
This Introduction to Contract Law course in will enable participants to understand what it means to be a party to a contract, when a legally binding agreement is deemed to have been created and the key terms and conditions to be found in business contracts. It will also cover practical ways to anticipate and prevent costly contractual disputes.
Simple to arrange and highly effective - you can choose to run this course exactly as described or we can create a customised solution that meets your specific needs.
As a general rule, if you have four or more employees with similar learning needs, an in-company programme will be the most efficient and cost-effective choice for you. Learning is usually delivered at your premises.
Our specialist facilitators are experts in their respective fields, and can tailor our existing courses to suit the specific needs of your organisation - or alternatively, design courses and programmes that are entirely bespoke, crafted in response to the unique requirements of your business.
WHAT TOPICS ARE COVERED ON THIS COURSE?
- The essential ingredients of a contract
- How a contract may come into existence
- The importance of written documents and contract signatures
- Key contract clauses and what they mean
- What to do when things go wrong
- Contract termination and consequences
- Remedies for breach of contract
- Pre-estimating loss using liquidate damages clauses
By attending this course you will gain:
- an understanding of when and how a legally binding agreement is created
- clarity about key issues that arise in contractual relationships
- practical ways of ensuring that the agreement reflects the parties’ intentions
- confidence in enforcing rights under a contract
Who is this course for?
Introduction to Contract Law is an essential training course for people with responsibility for buying and selling goods and services, or anyone involved in negotiating and managing contractual agreements.
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