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    jake

    Could you tell me how to set out a business letter that forms the terms and conditions of a contract. Should i put all the information on one page under headings and new paragraph or in a numbered list. Alternitively is it normal practice to write first a covering letter and put all the contractual details on a separate page


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    Re: jake

    jakejake, hi!
    I think it's better to contact your solicitor, because I believe we are not allowed to give any legal advice.


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    Re: jake

    Quote Originally Posted by jakejake View Post
    Could you tell me how to set out a business letter that forms the terms and conditions of a contract. Should i put all the information on one page under headings and new paragraph or in a numbered list. Alternitively is it normal practice to write first a covering letter and put all the contractual details on a separate page

    This is too fuzzy. Generally a legal contract should be a document properly drawn up, with legal structures and terms, accompanied by a letter. What sort of contract are you wanting to create and what does it relate to?

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