Legal Documentation

How will we assist you with legal documentation?

Submission of Request

Once you have submitted a request for our Legal Documentation service through the form on this page, one of our representatives will be assigned to your request. Our representative will call you within 24 hours of request submission to better understand your needs.

Assignment of a Professional Lawyer

After understanding your needs, we will link you with an experienced lawyer who will possess the required skill set per your needs – whether it be drafting, vetting or registration.

Contract Drafting, Vetting and/or Registration’s lawyer will carry out the suitable actions, and the same shall be presented to you for review before further action is taken. We are committed to ensuring that our clients have the final say in their legal documentation; we are here merely to assist you through the process.

Documentation Required

To allow to handle your legal documentation in the smoothest way possible, advises you to submit to us the following documents at the earliest:

  • When availing drafting services, any understanding already documented like Term Sheet or Memorandum of Understanding.
  • When availing vetting services, the document(s) to be vetted.
  • When availing registration services, the document(s) to be registered.’s Promise

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Frequently Asked Questions

Individuals enter into agreements daily – we agree to pay the milkman at the end of the month, we agree to come to our jobs daily, and we agree to pay at the till when we pick an item in the shop. These agreements may take formal or informal representations, but not every agreement may be a legally binding document, i.e., a contract. In particular, when an agreement has the following elements, it takes the form of a legally enforceable contract:

  • A commitment between two or more parties to do or refrain from doing something.
  • The desire to be legally bound by the promise.
  • An embodiment of a legitimate consideration in return for the promise.
  • The existence of free consent of parties to enter into a contract.
  • Valid legal capacity of the parties to enter into a contract.
  • A lawful aim, outcome and character of the agreement.

While it is every drafter’s aim to keep the contract concise, some provisions are indispensable to contracts like:
Information about the parties and the proposed transaction(s).

  • The rights, duties and liabilities of all parties.
  • Quantum and other terms of payment.
  • General terms relating to notice, termination, etc.
  • Mutually decided dispute resolution mechanism(s) and further information.

Under Indian law, oral contracts are also valid. However, in the case of oral contracts, the party claiming the presence of the oral contract has the duty of proving the existence of a legitimate contract. Thus, it is advisable to enter into formal written agreements since they come in handy when disputes and misunderstandings arise.

Vetting is the process of examining any document. By availing of’s vetting services, you will be able to take advantage of the following:

  • An agreement that is thoroughly reviewed by an experienced lawyer.
  • A guarantee that the contract is enforceable under law.
  • An assurance that your interests are safeguarded and that the other party cannot take advantage of you.
  • A promise that you do not incur unanticipated damages due to bad legal drafting.

Notarizing a contract provides the following advantages:

    • It verifies the legitimacy and free will of the parties who signed the contract.
    • The notarized document acts as proof in court that the parties named in the agreement signed the document themselves and that it is not a product of malpractices like forgery.

In India, only authorized personnel can notarize documents. While the hassle of notarizing is well infamous, is here to take over your burden.

Many lawyers advise their clients to get their contracts registered. The main aim is to ensure that the client’s interests are protected. In particular, registering an agreement or contract endows the following advantages:

  • Compliance with the law – The registration of some documents, such as a sale deed, will, and lease agreement, is mandatorily required by law.
  • Acts as a safeguard against document fabrication, forgery and fraud.

Aids in determining current obligations and any ongoing litigation pertaining to the subject matter of the contract.

Yes, the parties to the agreement must be present for the notarization and registration of the document. Furthermore, the parties must be present in the Registrar’s office with two (02) witnesses.

Contracts often include provision(s) for contract termination and exit. Typically, any party may exit an agreement by giving the other side one (01) month’s notice. However, it is best to refer to the relevant contract and contact your legal advisor to better understand and avoid litigation.

Contracts often include provision(s) for effecting changes in their terms. Typically, any agreement may be amended with the mutual consent of the parties. In such a case, a new agreement, also known as a Supplemental Agreement, is signed that includes the revised clauses.

Breach of contract is a serious violation of the parties’ understanding and agreement. In the case of an agreement violation, you may take the following steps:

  • Rescind or cancel the contract.
  • Make a claim for damages and compensation from the violating party.
  • Sue for direct and indirect losses caused to you by the breach.
  • Sue for exceptional and/or specific performance.

Very often, contracts specify the amount of damages that may be paid by one party to another for any wrong done by the former. The particular amount of damages specified in the contract is referred to as liquidated damages. They are to be paid by the defaulting party in the case of contract violation. Liquidated damages are calculated at the drafting and signing stage of contracts and are specifically stated in the contract.

Yes, you may sue someone if you anticipate a breach of contract. An anticipatory breach of contract occurs when a party to a contract places itself in a situation where it may be well expected that the party will be unable to execute its portion of the deal.

When there has been a breach of a contract, and the parties are before the court, the court may be of the view that monetary compensation is not an adequate remedy and might expressly order the defaulting party to execute its share of the contract. If you want to seek this remedy, you must expressly declare it in your petition, and the court has the power to award you the remedy for the specific performance of the contract.

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