Business Law in North-Wales
Complying with the law must be one of your most important considerations and you may need to consult a solicitor to ensure that any legal decisions are made with full knowledge of the Laws that may affect your business.
This section covers some of the most important issues and we hope that it gives you a useful overview. However, we would strongly advise you to contact a local lawyer before committing yourself to any legally binding contracts.
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If run your own business in North-Wales and would like to learn more about business law, we have compiled a library of information which we hope that you will find both interesting and useful.
Law Cutting Red Tape is Number 1 on SME's List of Concerns
Law Operating with no legal advice taken!
Non Competition Coventants Setting up a Business in Competition to your Former Employer
Employment Taking On Staff
Guarantees Company Directors/Bank and other Guarantees
Notes of engagement What documentation do I need when engaging self-employed contractors?
Terms & Conditions Top Tips for your Terms & Conditions
Law Partnership agreements explained
Law What Is a Limited Liability Partnership?
Limited Company How to set up a limited company.
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NORTH-WALES SOLICITORS & LEGAL HELP
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| Citizens Advice Bureau
Citizens Advice Bureaux offer free, confidential, impartial and independent advice from over 3,500 locations. These include high streets, community centres, doctors
| The Law Society
If you need to find a solicitor to help with any legal aspect of your business, the Law Society's website contains a searchable database. this allows you to choose solicitors or law firms by specialism.
| What The Solicitor Says
Starting Your Business. Many people feel nervous about seeing a solicitor. They worry about the time it takes, they are afraid of legal fees and are uncertain as to where to find someone they can trust. This book which is written by an experienced Solicitor, aims to remove some of these fears and gives honest, practical advice for all stages of your business.