We can help you with :

  • Agency agreements
  • Franchising
  • Guarantees
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Licensing agreements
  • Outsourcing
  • Partnership agreements
  • Sale of goods/services
  • Terms and conditions of trading
  • Partnership and LLP agreements and dissolution
  • Share option schemes

Company and Commercial

Jordans Solicitors provide specialist commercial advice to owner managed businesses. We understand the challenges facing your business and our team can support you and your business with your legal needs.

We act for companies, LLP’s, Sole Traders and start-up businesses. Our advice is practical and cost effective and tailored towards your specific needs.

Whether you require contracts and terms and conditions preparing or you are buying or selling a business, Jordans Solicitors can help. We have extensive experience in drafting contracts which are clear and easy to understand and that protect your business needs.

Commercial Law Services from Jordans Solicitors

Jordans Solicitors supports businesses with a range of legal challenges, ranging from issues relating to the sale of goods and services, outsourcing and product liability, through to partnership agreements, share option schemes and joint venture agreements.

Our commercial lawyers provide proactive advice and assistance to clients in respect of important issues, such as limitation of liability, trading restrictions and other key contractual provisions.

Our Commitment to Client Satisfaction

Our company and commercial law team is headed by Susan Lewis. We are committed to excellence and we are a member of the Lawyers for Your Business scheme, which is dedicated to supplying advice to start-up businesses and SMEs.

To see how Jordans Solicitors can help your business, call 0330 300 1103 or request a call-back. Our offices are based across Yorkshire in Wakefield, Dewsbury, Horsforth and Selby.

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