No matter what your commercial or business needs are, we can help! We handle all types of commercial or business law, including:
We understand that running a business can be confusing and stressful at times. Therefore we try to take some of the weight off your shoulders and provide legal advice and support as and when you need it.
Do you have a commercial or business related matter that is not listed above? Contact us today to see if we can assist.
Sale or Purchase of a Business
Are you looking at buying or selling a business? West Lawyers can provide the support and advice you need to ensure the transaction is as smooth as possible. We can handle the entire transaction from start to finish.
If you have already been provided with a Sale of Business Agreement, we can review this for you before you sign on the dotted line – to ensure there are no surprises!
Ready to get the ball rolling? Contact one of our team today!
Are you looking at leasing a premises? Or do your currently own a property you wish to lease? Let the team at West Lawyers handle all the drafting of the lease and negotiating terms of your lease for you.
West Lawyers is ready to help! Contact us for your commercial leasing needs today.
Competition and Consumer Law
The Australian Consumer Law provides certain rights and protections for the consumer when dealing in commercial transactions. These protections include the right to a repair, replacement or refund for faulty goods, or compensation for damages and loss with a faulty service.
We can review your terms of trade to ensure they comply with the Australian Consumer Law and provide you with the necessary protection. If you currently do not have any terms of trade, we can draft them to suit your business and your needs.
Ensure you are adequately protected and contact one of our team today!
Establishing a trust can be a way of maximising the protection of your assets. There are several types of trusts, the most common being a discretionary trust or a unit trust. A discretionary trust the assets are held by the trustee for distribution to a variety (or class) of beneficiaries listed in the trust deed. In a unit trust the trustee must distribute the assets in proportion to the number of units a beneficiary holds. We can assist in establishing a trust by preparing the necessary documents.
At times we understand a trust may need to be amended. We can provide advice in this respect to ensure it is within the trustee’s power to do so. If it is, we can draw up the necessary documents to make an amendment.
Got trust issues? Contact one of the West Lawyers’ team today!