Contract law: what you need to know about drafting contracts
When drafting a contract, the first step is to determine the essence of contractual parties. That is, a lawyer must find an answer to the following questions:
What legal relations will be regulated by the contract?
Why is a contract necessary?
Consequently, these two questions allow a lawyer to determine the type of contract and its subject. For example, if the client asks to prepare a contract under which site development services will be developed and sold, then most likely we will have a mixed contract that will combine a contract for the provision of services, a license contract, etc.
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