Legal Drafting

What is Legal Drafting?

Legal drafting is the most important instrument of legal communication. The skill to draft well is the skill to think and communicate well. Therefore, it is important to recognize the purpose that a legal document has to serve. A legal document must be drafted in a way that it categorically specifies the legal issue, statements of the client and the remedies sought if any.

Importance of Legal Drafting

Legal drafting is important as it ensures that the legal document is structured properly.

A succinctly drafted document clearly expresses its purpose and applicability.

Drafting skills embrace not only the ability to produce crisp documents but also to acquaint a layman with the intention of the legal document

What we do?

We present relevant information in a structured manner for you.

Our team of highly qualified professionals is trained to draft your documents effectively.

We adhere to strict time limitations and deadlines. Thus, ensuring speedy completion of any legal process.

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Types of Legal Drafting

  • Consultancy Agreements; establishes the rights and obligations between you and the consultant.
  • Freelance Agreement; helps to build a strong and fair relationship between the company and freelancer.
  • Joint Venture Agreement; establishes a joint venture between two or more companies.
  • Franchise Agreement; binding agreement which outlines the terms and conditions for the franchisee.
  • Article of incorporation; a set of formal documents filed with a government body to legally document the creation of a
  • By-laws; rules of a corporation, established bythe board of directors during the process of starting a corporation
  • Partnership agreements; written agreement between two or more individuals who join as partners to form and carryon a for-profit business.
  • Employment Contract; a signed agreement between an employeeand employer which establishes both the rights and responsibilities of the two parties.
  • Bill of Sale; a hybrid legal document that transfers title of a piece of property and serves as evidence that a legal agreement (contract) was reached about the terms of the sale.
  • Indemnity Contract; a contract in which one person agrees to indemnify, or “hold harmless” another person for damages resulting from a specific agreement.
  • Memorandum of Understanding (MOU); a document that expresses mutual accord on an issue between two or more parties.
  • Non-disclosure Agreement; This document protects confidential information disclosed by individuals or businesses to each other during evaluation of business
  • Easements; allows a party that is not the owner to use a portion of someone else’s land.
  • Mortgage; document in which the mortgagor transfers an interest in real estate to a mortgagee for the purpose of providing a mortgage
  • Revocable Trust; a trustwhereby provisions can be altered or canceled dependent on the grantor.
  • Irrevocable Trust; which can’t be modified or terminated without the beneficiary’s permission.
  • Terms of Service; rules by which one must agree to abide in order to use a service
  • Privacy Policy; statement or a legal document that discloses some or all of the ways a party gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a customer or client’s data.
  • Testamentary Trust; creates a legal and fiduciary relationship through explicit instructions in a deceased’s will.
  • Joint Will; willthat is jointly executed by two or more persons, usually a married couple, which combines the parties’ last will and testament.