Contract Lawyers Adelaide
Over 50 years experience in providing contract legal services and advice to business.
If you’re looking for an experienced contract lawyer, please get in touch with us today.
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“Randle & Taylor and Nick McCabe have been my solicitors for over 20 years. As a conveyancer of some 38 years and sole practitioner I work with many lawyers. Randle &Taylor have always provided me with good advice and strong representation when required still caring for me as an individual and additionally to clients I have referred for assistance. I would trust Randle & Taylor in all matters to look after me and my family and I highly recommend them and their services.”
T White, Conveyancer
“As a Chartered Accountant and Liquidator I have engaged the services of Randle & Taylor on many different types of commercial and personal matters for over thirty years. I found them to be always knowledgeable, competent and professional. They will take the time to explain complex matters to you and resolve complex matter efficiently. I have also used the services of John Taylor as a mediator. He is a very skilful mediator whose unique set of skills have resulted in successful outcomes for both parties. I would strongly recommend Randle & Taylor for any business or personal matter.”
AC Matthews, Chartered Accountant and Liquidator
“Randle & Taylor have acted for me for a number of years. I have always found them to be professional and knowledgeable and they have provided me with legal advice which is commercial and in my best interest. I have always found their staff to be friendly and will continue to engage their services in the future.”
P Agostinelli, Business Owner
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Contract Lawyers Adelaide
Randle & Taylor Barristers and Solicitors are a leading commercial and contract law firm based in Adelaide. We have proudly served South Australia since 1970 and pride ourselves on a strong, practical approach to solving a range of contract legal issues.
Some of the legal contract services and documents we offer include:
- Contracts for the sale of Land
- Building Contracts
- Commercial Leases
- Business Sale Agreements
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Partnership Agreements
- Family Law Agreements
We’ve helped thousands of Adelaide businesses with their commercial contract needs. Contact us today for a no obligation initial 15 minute consultation with one of our business legal experts.
Proudly serving South Australia since 1970
Contract Lawyers: How We Help
Randle & Taylor Barristers and Solicitors offer personal, practical and strong representation when required. Our contract lawyers can assist you by providing comprehensive assistance with contract law documents and services.
We offer expert guidance and support from drafting and reviewing contracts to negotiating terms and conditions. Benefit from our commercial law specialists’ attention to detail, strategic advice and tailored solutions, ensuring protection of your rights and interests.
Enjoy fixed fees for certain services, urgent advice, payment of our fees upon completion and a free initial 15-minute consultation with no obligation.
Why Choose Us?
Randle & Taylor’s expertise and experience allows us to offer you the following:
Contract Law FAQs
Contract lawyers specialise in handling legal matters related to contracts throughout the entire contract lifecycle.
Their responsibilities include drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts to ensure legal compliance, accuracy and protection of their clients’ interests. Contract lawyers also advise clients on contractual rights and obligations, potential risks and dispute resolution strategies.
A contract dispute lawyer will manage any issues that arise around a contract. With their expertise in contract law, these lawyers offer guidance and support, ensuring that contracts are fair, enforceable, and aligned with their clients’ goals.
To be legally binding, a contract must meet certain essential elements:
- an offer by one party,
- acceptance of that offer by the other party,
- consideration (something of value exchanged between the parties),
- mutual intent to enter into a legal relationship,
- capacity of the parties to enter into the contract, and
- legality of the contract’s subject matter.
Additionally, the terms of the contract should be clear, specific, and agreed upon by all parties involved. Meeting these requirements establishes the enforceability of the contract and the parties’ obligations and rights under the law. For support enforcing or disputing a contract, seek assistance from a contract dispute lawyer.
Yes, employment contracts are legally binding in Australia. They establish the rights and obligations between employers and employees.
These contracts can be in written or verbal form, but it is recommended to have written contracts to ensure clarity and avoid disputes. Specific legislation and common law principles govern employment contracts in Australia.
If you are uncertain about or wish to dispute certain clauses of your employment contract, contact one of our employment contract lawyers in Adelaide today.
In Australia, contracts are primarily governed by the common law system, which includes principles derived from judicial decisions and legal precedents. Additionally, each state and territory has its own legislation that may impact specific aspects of contracts.
The national legislation, the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (formerly known as the Trade Practices Act), also plays a significant role in regulating contracts, particularly in relation to consumer protection and competition law.
In Australia, a breach of contract occurs when one party fails to fulfil their obligations as outlined in a legally binding agreement. A breach can be categorised as a material breach, where it goes to the core of the contract, or a minor breach, where it is less significant. Remedies for breach of contract may include damages, specific performance or termination of the contract.
Text messages can be considered legally binding in Australia, depending on the circumstances.
While traditional written contracts are generally preferred, courts may recognise text messages as evidence of a binding agreement if they meet the essential elements of a contract, such as offer, acceptance, consideration, and intention to create legal relations. Specific circumstances and the content of the text messages will be evaluated to determine their legal enforceability.
Our fees are competitive with other firms in South Australia
Contract Lawyers Adelaide
If you’re looking for an expert contract lawyer, please get in touch with us today via phone or the contact form on this page.