Canadian Business Contracts Handbook
Understand, Negotiate, and Create Your Own
This is intended for a global audience.
Number of pages: 224
Small businesses have to deal with contracts on a regular basis, but most small businesses don't have in-house lawyers to ensure all loose ends are tied. Small-business owners and managers will save time and avoid misunderstandings with this handy guide to understanding and negotiating business contracts in Canada.
The Canadian Business Contracts Handbook helps small-business owners to understand hundreds of standard contract clauses, such as those found in partnership agreements, lease agreements, and contracts for purchase or sale of goods or a business.
Using everyday language, author Nishan Swais takes readers step-by-step through standard clauses and explains their meanings. He pinpoints potential problems in contracts, and clarifies legal jargon in simple terms for the layperson.
While it takes a great deal of hard work to make a small business successful, it can also come down to paperwork. A well-written contract can make or break a business. Having a good understanding of standard business contracts and being able to negotiate and make changes to your own are critical skills essential to the effective running of a small business.
The CD-ROM included with this book can be installed on your home computer, and contains quizzes, checklists, and sample clauses that can help Canadian small-business owners understand, negotiate, and create their own legally binding contracts.
|Subtitle||Understand, Negotiate, and Create Your Own|
|Publication Date||Nov 14, 2010|
|PDF Preview Download URL||http://www.self-counsel.com/docs/canadian_business_contracts_handbook.pdf|
|Size||8¼ x 9¾|
|About the CD||The CD works with Microsoft Windows, Apple OSX, GNU/Linux, and Sun Solaris. Forms provided in PDF and Microsoft Word formats.|