It is important that your business has strong well drafted Terms and Conditions. Only well draft Terms and Conditions can protect you from potential liabilities, allow you to take advantage of retention of title and the PPSR, give you the ability to easily resolve disputes, warranty claims and defects claims. These are just a few important elements that your Terms and Conditions should cover.
If something goes wrong in the future you can’t turn back the hands of time to fix the problem. You need to anticipate the potential problems that could occur and protect yourself from the beginning with strong Terms and Conditions.
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A retention of title clause (also called a Romalpa clause) is a provision in your Terms and Conditions stating that the title to the goods remains vested in you until you have been fully paid by the customer.
However, this retention of title clause by itself is not effective if your security interest has not been registered on the Personal Property Security Register (PPSR). Personal Property is anything that is not Real Property (Land).
So what do you need to have in place to secure your property?
We can assist you with PPSA training or we can register your security interests on the PPSR for you. This will effectively secure the goods you have sold until you are fully paid by your customer.
By approving your Terms and Conditions the customer has entered into a legally binding contract with you which can be enforced.
Customer disputes cost you time and money. Disputes can be more easily solved when you have well drafted and enforceable Terms and Conditions. This will save you money.
You can manage customer’s expectation in relation to?
By managing your customer’s expectation you will provide better customer service which will result in more turnover and more profit.
Our lawyer will customise your Terms and Conditions for your business.
It is important that a qualified lawyer drafts and approves your Terms and Conditions so that you know that they can legally be relied upon.
Terms and Conditions need to comply with various laws, legislation and legal jurisdictions. Fines and penalties can be issued when terms and conditions do not comply.
This is why you need a lawyer to draft your terms and conditions.
Solid Legal Protection
Your Terms and Conditions form part of your contract with your customer and therefore need to be well drafted by a Lawyer.
Defines Your Legal Jurisdiction
You need to define your states legal jurisdiction so any potential court action can be commenced and contained locally.
Tailored to your business
Our Lawyer will tailor your terms and conditions to your business. This a not a template but are customised for your protection.
It is important that your customers understand their rights and obligations under the terms and conditions so they can be enforced.
Defines Your Business’s Policies
It is important that you define your business policies on warranties, refunds, returns, payment terms, payment security and others.
Complies with Australian Laws
You need to comply with the Privacy Act, Personal Property Security Act and Australian Competition and Consumer Act to avoid fines.
Retention of Title And PPSR
You need to make sure that you can register your security on the PPSR so you can retain title to your goods until you are fully paid.
Prepared by an Australian Lawyer
Our terms and conditions are drafted by our Lawyers so you know that they will offer you the greatest protection.