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Partnership Dispute Resolution


Dispute resolution or dispute settlement is a procedure through which disputes, conflict, or claims between two parties is resolved.

The dispute is a part of the business but some dispute effect negative which leads to financial and reputation loss. In India most common type of dispute is partnership dispute. Here is a case of a partnership dispute.

A Case of Dispute in Share Market


A dispute often arises in the case of Share Market, and more often an individual suffers from disputes and losses because of their untrustworthy brokers. Mr. Rajesh being a sufferer of such an event decided to share his experience with us.

Mr. Rajesh is a resident of Mumbai and a Professional Share Market Investor, who on 15th of March, 2017 bought 100 shares from a firm, through the broker. Before buying he made sure about terms and conditions policy and about the firms of which he bought the shares.

PrivateCourt provides you with legal support at exciting offers


Legal support is the professional advice given to the businesses in order to keep their contracts and assets protected. To give advice or suggestion there is a need for an expert who studies all the facts and analyzes it before suggesting any course of action to be taken by the firm. This service is a very crucial step in every business. This helps the corporates to function in a healthy prospect.

Contract done by the experienced professionals


Contract Writing simply means an agreement between two or more parties who agrees upon certain terms and conditions. Now the definition can be simple but in the real world, a Contract Writing is much more complex and have many layers. One must appoint an attorney or a contract lawyer to make and review the contract. But when it comes to making the contract on a daily basis which is normal and usual for a business or a company or even a start-up business, then u need an have an expert on your side such as Private Court.

Certified experts available for contract vetting


Contract vetting is making a careful and critical examination of documents to be executed in terms of the law. To make any deal with any party it is essential that you know all the details given in the contract and after analyzing it thoroughly one should proceed with it. So it is advisable for the businesses that go for a contract vetting in order to avoid any unforeseen losses in the future.

How do you deal with not getting paid by the client?


What to do if the Client doesn’t pay, half-pay, does not reply, don’t look like he will pay back ever after, and the list goes on and on. And believe me, these things happen all the time, no matter if the client is big or small, individual or a company.

Now who all suffer from this kind of problems?

Exactly Telling, we all do. Unless the company is Reliance or Tata, as they have a legal department of their own or except the multinational companies.

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