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All commercial transactions rely on carefully drafted contracts to protect your business. A contract's greatest value lies in keeping the parties in check, and it provides invaluable evidence in the event of a dispute. Without a written contract, you have to prove that there was a verbal agreement, which makes it your word against your opponent's. This makes litigation more time consuming and more expensive, and weakens your chance of a successful outcome.

At Maybery Inc, our mission is to help you protect and grow your company - that means helping you to AVOID legal disputes. We therefore always advise our clients to implement safety measures, like proper contracts, instead of risking litigation. The cost of litigation without a proper contract is over ten times more than the cost of a professionally drafted contract.

We have the experience to draft all commercial contracts. Contact us for help with your commercial contract. Or, consider our Business Cover - which gives you 25 professionally drafted contracts for your business, debt collections and other services for only R1,500 per month - find out more here.

Contact us for help with:

  • Acknowledgements of Debt

  • Affordability assessments

  • Buy-Sell Agreements

  • Cession

  • Commercial Lease

  • Construction contracts

  • Credit applications

  • Disclaimers

  • Employment Agreements

  • Franchise Agreements and Disclosure Documents

  • Indemnities

  • Intellectual Property Licensing Agreements

  • IT contracts

  • Joint Venture Agreements

  • Labour Policies

  • Memorandum of Incorporation (MOI)

  • Homeowners' Association Articles of Incorporation or MOI

  • Non-Disclosure Agreements

  • Partnership Agreements

  • POPI Compliance Policies and Documents

  • Power of Attorney

  • Property Sale Agreements and related documents

  • Refund Policy

  • Residential Lease

  • Restraint of Trade

  • Retainer

  • Sales and Service Level Agreements

  • Shareholders Agreements and Securities Registers

  • Subcontracting Agreement

  • Surety

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