4 Steps to Drafting a Contract to Your Client’s Advantage

The advice by the author on the drafting of contracts will find appeal especially with South African readers, in that amendments to SA Labor Legislation will be in effect from 01/01/2015. The amendments introduce radical changes to the law pertaining to ‘temporary employment services’ [labor brokers], ‘fixed-term’ contracts and ‘temporary employment’. As a consequence contracts would have to be amended in order to incorporate the amendments. The advice contained herein would be of assistance to the drafters.

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460275005Yes, drafting a contract takes a lot of work. But it generally takes less time to draft a contract document that advances your client’s interests than it does to modify another party’s document to achieve that result. So whenever you have the opportunity to be the drafter, take it—and follow these four steps to drafting a contract to your client’s benefit.

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