Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Commercial law & contracts
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2017-04-28
Carswell

The Art of Drafting the Commercial Contract, Binder/looseleaf and eLooseleaf

Availability: Partial Stock

Overcome error and oversight while drafting and reviewing commercial contracts.

“The agreement must do more than just document the rights and obligations of the parties. It must embody the considerations that induced the purchaser to purchase and the seller to sell the property or the assets that are the subject of the agreement.”
— Barry D. Lipson, Author

The Art of Drafting the Commercial Contract assists lawyers charged with the responsibility for drafting commercial contracts by providing commentary and precedent for and on each aspect of a corporate, real estate or other commercial contract.

This resource provides invaluable guidance for lawyers drafting what are often very complex agreements. The author is an experienced practitioner noted for his particular expertise in the negotiation and resolution of disputes with respect to commercial land development, joint venture and cost sharing agreements.

Presented in five parts, Part 1 is devoted to general drafting considerations which are intended to highlight those errors commonly made in drafting and the means by which to overcome error and oversight. Part 2 of the book deals with a consideration of the purpose and utility of the Letter of Intent and other “pre-contractual” documents. Part 3 is devoted to analysis and commentary on corporate share and asset acquisitions. Part 4 is the section of the book that deals with the analysis and the commentary real estate acquisitions. Part 5 contains business agreements in both corporate and real estate law.

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Carswell

The Art of Drafting the Commercial Contract, Binder/looseleaf and eLooseleaf

Author: Barry Lipson
Availability: Partial Stock

Description

Overcome error and oversight while drafting and reviewing commercial contracts.

“The agreement must do more than just document the rights and obligations of the parties. It must embody the considerations that induced the purchaser to purchase and the seller to sell the property or the assets that are the subject of the agreement.”
— Barry D. Lipson, Author

The Art of Drafting the Commercial Contract assists lawyers charged with the responsibility for drafting commercial contracts by providing commentary and precedent for and on each aspect of a corporate, real estate or other commercial contract.

This resource provides invaluable guidance for lawyers drafting what are often very complex agreements. The author is an experienced practitioner noted for his particular expertise in the negotiation and resolution of disputes with respect to commercial land development, joint venture and cost sharing agreements.

Presented in five parts, Part 1 is devoted to general drafting considerations which are intended to highlight those errors commonly made in drafting and the means by which to overcome error and oversight. Part 2 of the book deals with a consideration of the purpose and utility of the Letter of Intent and other “pre-contractual” documents. Part 3 is devoted to analysis and commentary on corporate share and asset acquisitions. Part 4 is the section of the book that deals with the analysis and the commentary real estate acquisitions. Part 5 contains business agreements in both corporate and real estate law.

About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. The Thomson Reuters ProView web-based application is accessed via your browser. With the new ProView web app, offline capability is now available from your browser. The web application has a responsive design and is compatible with desktop, laptop and mobile devices.