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Hire a China lawyer to draw up a contract or agreement

The ability of individuals, partnerships, corporations and other types of entities to enter into binding and legally enforceable contractual obligations is truly one of the cornerstones of a civilized society. Contract law has evolved into an immensely complex and intricate component of our modern legal system. Although many types of contracts can be handled in the routine course of business, as contracts increase in size, scope, value or complexity, the need for competent legal advice also increases in a concomitant fashion.



A contract can be defined as a promise or set of promises for which the law gives a remedy, or the performance of which the law, in some way, recognizes as a duty. By establishing a mutual agreement, the parties to a contract create enforceable duties or obligations that are legally binding. Obviously, in most instances, it is preferable to establish written contractual relationships. However, written contractual instruments that are ambiguous or poorly drafted can create more problems than they solve. Written contracts should always be drafted in a clear, concise and understandable fashion.


The rights, duties, responsibilities and obligations of all of the parties to a contract must be clearly delineated or enumerated. Ideally, a reasonably intelligent and objective third party should be able to independently review a contract and generally comprehend its terms, conditions, and provisions.


For the preparation and interpretation of your contracts by a professional contract attorney, call us for a free consultation. From our Shenzhen office our contract lawyers service the whole South China area including Guangzhou, Dongguan, Huizhou, Foshan, Zhongshan, Nanhai, Panyu, Shunde, Jiangmen as well as clients Worldwide.


We have accumulated significant experience, industry knowledge and expertise providing business contract legal advice. We advise on preparing contractual documentation, structuring agreements and disputes. Our drafting expertise is drawn in part from our litigation expertise, having seen what can happen when agreements are not drafted to take into account a business' particular circumstances and the specific requirement for the transaction.

Our solicitors also advise on establishing liability for breach and the remedies for breach of contract. Some of our solicitors are recognised industry experts in their field. We have advised on a wide range of business disputes including the following types of contracts:


  • Shareholders agreements
  • Directors' remuneration contracts
  • Joint venture contracts and structuring
  • Advising on bank guarantees
  • Financing for technology companies
  • Investing in companies
  • failing to adhere to terms of contracts


  • Computer systems implementation
  • Management consultancy agreements
  • Managing confidentiality

Trading and Commercial

  • Online service terms and conditions
  • Data protection and privacy policies
  • Distribution agreements
  • Reseller agreements
  • Buying a business
  • Selling a business


  • Application service provider (ASP) agreements
  • Complex business software applications
  • Network technology infrastructure outsourcing
  • Business process outsourcing and reengineering
  • outsourcing contract disputes

Intellectual Property Management

  • Non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements
  • Software and database licensing agreements
  • Licensing and protection of business names, logos, trade marks and brand names
  • Rights Clearance
  • Content management
  • End user licences


  • Content and software licensing in broadband media
  • Licensing of trading names
  • Licensing intellectual capital and property, for instance know-how and media publications

Business Process Structuring

  • Infrastructure outsourcing
  • Business process outsourcing
  • Franchising agreements
  • Tendering for outsourcing
  • Procurement frameworks
  • Joint ventures
  • Special projects and spin-offs


  • Employment contracts
  • IR 36 compliance
  • Corporate Internet and email terms of use
  • Employment contract disputes

Finding the right legal fit is critical when you are dealing with personal or business contracts. At Your Contract Lawyer, we provide personalized, custom attorney services that are right for you.


And, while most lawyers will charge you by the minute for legal services, Your Contract Lawyer will prepare your contracts and legal documents for a low, flat fee.

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