A good contract will usually have a number of standard clauses that can be very important if there is ever a dispute over the contract. This post continues Part Two by summarizing some more common contract clauses.
A good contract will have a number of standard clauses that can be very important if there is ever a dispute over the contract. This post summarizes some of the more common contract clauses.
To define a contract, you must understand its elements: offer, acceptance, and consideration. A contract can be verbal or even written in an email, but there could be problems with proving the contract.
This is a guest post by Eric L. Nesbitt, who practices real estate law. Your Church should carefully review a commercial lease for permissive or restrictive use clauses, parking lot use, hours of access to the property, and responsibility for property damage.
Christian mediation has a foot in two worlds: the peacemaking role of the Church, and the typical legal process for resolving legal disputes short of trial. It can be both spiritually healing and a cost-saving way of approaching problems.