Our specialist commercial solicitors based at Tonbridge and Sevenoaks can provide practical legal advice and assistance on a wide range of business matters relating to company law including company formations.
Our commercial solicitors regularly advise on the following:
Formations and setting up in business
- Advising on the incorporation of public and private limited companies
- Advising on the formation of partnerships and limited liability partnerships
- Shareholders agreements
- Corporate constitutional documents (memorandum and articles of association)
- Partnership agreements
- Limited liability partnership agreements
- Promotion agreements
- Joint ventures, whether a corporate structure, a partnership structure (general, limited or limited liability) or by way of contractual arrangement
Company secretarial services
- Acting as company secretary
- Registered office service
Directors, shareholders, partners and members
- Advising directors of companies and partners / members of partnerships (general, limited or limited liability) on their statutory and fiduciary duties
- Advising shareholders on their rights and obligations, including contractual claims under the company’s articles of association, unfair prejudice and derivative claims
Our commercial solicitors also provide ad hoc advice on issues such as:
- Commercial law
- Contractual liability - warranties, indemnities and exclusions
- Consumer law
- Product liability
- Sales promotion and advertising
- Competition and antitrust issues (both domestic and EC)
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