How do I create a contract?
Lawchek.com is providing our Contract book so individual readers can get answers to questions like, "What is the content of a contract?" or "What is an implied contract?" The Lawchek™ book will provide free blank Contract Forms along with sample forms with the information already filled in so individual readers will see how a contract should look. After reviewing this site you can be on the same page as your attorney when you ask the question, "What does a Contract look like?" If you do not have an attorney you may find one at this site: www.lawyerslistings.com.
The purpose of this book is to provide the general public some information about contracts. It is a reference manual that should answer basic questions like, "What is an oral contract?" The questions recited in this manual are the more commonly asked questions of attorneys when a client first makes contact for the purpose of drafting a contract. Neither this manual nor the subject matter contained within is in any way a substitute for legal advice. For legal advice, an attorney must be consulted. The design of this manual is elementary and is, by no means, a comprehensive assessment of a particular legal discipline. It will, however, allow the reader to better understand the various aspects of contracts.
Hopefully, the use of this manual will lessen the personal agony of attempting to look up the answers to the questions covered. Additionally, the manual should reduce the amount of time the reader will ultimately spend with chosen legal counsel and, therefore, reduce, to some degree, the costs of legal services.
At the same time, the manual is also designed to bring to the legal community a better educated public. The massive amount of legal information that is available to the individual attorney would, without question, overwhelm a member of the public who is not trained to research and retrieve the information that would typically apply to a given subject such as Contract Law. A competent attorney who is skilled in providing legal advice relative to contract matters should welcome to his or her office someone with a basic understanding of how a contract is drafted. Therefore, the reader should take comfort in the fact that through the choice of this manual, it will be possible to meet in the attorney's office with a greater understanding of the subject matter involved.
This manual gives an overview and basic understanding through a question-and-answer format. It also furnishes some basic forms that most likely would be used in a given state. This manual should provide the general types of forms that an attorney might employ in responding to client needs and court requirements.
It is never recommended that an individual undertake his or her own representation in such matters as Contracts, even though most states do permit such activity. Any individual who is serious about resolving a contract dispute would want to have capable legal assistance. Therefore, the reader is urged to contact a competent attorney who should welcome the fact that a client is arriving at his or her office with the information acquired from this manual. In other words, the reader should be a better informed member of the public by reading and reviewing the contents of this manual and, accordingly, should be better prepared to consult an attorney about entering a contract. Read on for a better understanding of contract matters.
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