Continuous technological and economic development makes some contracts provided for in the Civil Code more and more often incompatible with the current reality. Entrepreneurs are constantly concluding contracts between each other, and some of them may contain an excessive number of pages, and this despite being created using small font. A well-drafted and, moreover, clear contract can, in many cases, avoid costly litigation, or can at least limit its costs. Moreover, currently, the issue of tax implications of a contract is also important. Therefore, the offer of BTLA includes not only drafting and issuing opinions on contracts in economic trade, but also informing a client about tax consequences of a contract conclusion.
What does the service include?
- drafting of economic contracts
- reviewing economic contracts
- support during negotiations concerning contractual content
- information on tax implications of concluded contracts