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Commercial Law

We assist our clients with simple and complex commercial transactions.

For example, we will assist our clients with:

  • buying or selling a business whether simple businesses valued less than $100,000, or complex State or Nationally based businesses exceeding $3,000,000, as well as franchises and stand alone business assets;
  • negotiating and entering commercial leases and retail shop leases
  • heads of agreement, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements
  • business partnership agreements and joint venture agreements
  • shareholder agreements and share sale agreements
  • supply of goods or services agreements
  • manufacturing, distribution and drop-ship agreements
  • industry specific terms and conditions of trade
  • website terms and conditions and privacy policy
  • limitation of liability waivers
  • loan, mortgage, guarantee and indemnity documents
  • irresponsible lending compensation claims (click here for more information)

Contact us today on 07 3088 7937 or email us at admin@adviilaw.com.au if you require legal advice, assistance or representation in these areas, or would like to arrange an initial consultation at our office with one of our experienced lawyers.

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