Contract Drafting

Learn Contract Drafting – Part 6- How to improve your writing?

Contract drafting- How to improve your writing?

Learn Contract Drafting – Part 5 – Three Essentials & One Hidden Message

3 essential message and 1 hidden message to learn contract drafting.

Learn Contract Drafting – Part 4 – Write for your audience

“A wider audience of a writer’s creative work reflects that writer’s influence on such audience. In case of legal writing, a writer’s audience is both well read and well informed. So, a writer writing for such an audience has to be careful not only in choosing the words but also – in words of […]

Learn Contract Drafting – Part 3 – Read Patiently

Hello readers. Welcome back.
If you read my last two articles on ‘contract drafting’ and have come back for more (that means you are not angry on me for my last advice), my next most important advice to you is – “read some more, read carefully and read with patience.”
I am hoping that […]

Learn Contract Drafting – Part 2 – Read Carefully

Some of you might be wondering why I have not written anything in continuation to previous article on the “contract drafting”. This is only because I have been engrossed with work, lethargy and lack of motivation to write. So, I have finally found the motivation and courage to write this piece, and here I […]

Learn Contract Drafting – Part 1 – Start Reading

This is the first post in a series on Contract Drafting, which I believe in and am trying to make as persuasive as I can to be taken by everyone as learning material on contract drafting in context of India and laws applicable in India.
If you are a practicing litigation lawyer, you will understand […]

What I learnt today in Contract drafting?

By |March 15th, 2018|Contract Drafting|0 Comments

No amount of advance preparation in closing a deal will help the business team, where you as a legal support member does not have control over the law firms dealing with the transaction. In a sale-purchase transaction the buyer/ consumer is always a king and their last suggestions to the contract draft are not […]

Food for thought– Is university syllabus a contract?

I came across a news item that talks about an interesting lawsuit. A former law student of the Massachusetts School of Law has claimed in his suit against the law school that he received an unfair D grade in contracts paper due to professor deviating from the syllabus. Read more about the news in […]

When communication is complete under Indian Contract Act?

An article discussing and challenging readers to contemplate when communication is complete under Indian Contract Act.

Meeting Condition Precedents- Part One

What to watch out for before drafting Share sale purchase agreements?