Are your online contracts enforceable?

by Andrew Lind on 13 November, 14

In recent years, the efficiency and market accessibility of electronic commerce has led to a boom in businesses who prefer to conduct their transactions over the internet. In light of this trend, it is important for business-owners to know whether their online standard form contract is legally enforceable. Brisbane solicitors from Corney & Lind Lawyers discuss the components of a legally enforceable online contract and how to ensure that yours is up to standard to protect your business in their article- “Enforceability of Online Contracts in Australia”. Click here to read more.

Alternatively, if you would like to know more about how our commercial lawyers can help your business please call our office on 07 3252 0011 or visit our website at www.corenyandlind.com.au.

 

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