Commercial Contracts support your business and provide peace of mind across every aspect of your operations, all you need to do is select the right legal advice.

Whatever your business does to earn its profit, one thing’s for sure: At some point along your growth trajectory, you’re going to rely on the content of a Commercial Contract.

Commercial Contracts are omnipresent in business, so it’s easy to overlook just how pivotal they are to achieving commercial objectives. Contracts are enforceable commitments, made between individuals and entities alike which help facilitate smoother trade, commerce and service delivery.

So, if your Commercial Contracts are reviewed and finely tuned by established legal experts who have your best interests top of mind, they serve as a firm foundation from which you can grow your business – full of confidence knowing that your contractual obligations are in perfect working order.

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From core business to operational overheads, Commercial Contracts are crucial.

When your organisation enters into a Commercial Contract, you can make sure you avoid expensive mistakes right at the start by seeking informed, impartial advice from a law firm which has truly comprehensive knowledge across the relevant legislation and legal landscape.

From joint ventures, partnerships, supply and distribution agreements, to licensing, employment and shareholder contracts, Antunes Lawyers has been assisting Australian businesses achieve optimised outcomes for decades, with airtight advice across all categories of Commercial Contracts.

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  • Service & Supply Provision
  • Joint Ventures
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Agency Contracts
  • Buy & Sell Agreements
  • Distribution Agreements
  • Terms of Trade Agreements
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Employment Contracts
  • Licensing Agreements
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