Execution of documents: getting it right
By Gareth Cook
Execution of an agreement is the final stage in an often lengthy process of detailed drafting and negotiation. Getting it wrong may result in invalidity and unenforceability.
Here we outline some of the execution formalities for companies and our top tips to help get it right.
Contracts can be made by a company or on behalf of a company. The Companies Act 2006 makes this distinction and different formalities are required for execution in each case…
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