Business Lawyers Newcastle

Commercial Contracts & Negotiations

At Bale Boshev Lawyers, we are proud to have a team with a diverse range of skills and expertise. Due to this, we have been able to expand our firm with offices in Hamilton, Belmont and East Maitland, servicing clients from across Newcastle, the Central Coast and the Hunter Valley region. 

Many of our lawyers are able to offer legal advice on commercial law matters such as contracts and negotiations. We understand the complex issues that can arise from owning a business and will ensure that you receive comprehensive legal assistance on all commercial matters.

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Commercial Contracts

Are you considering selling or buying a business? Before you sign any documents, it’s important to have the contract reviewed by a business lawyer in Newcastle. At Bale Boshev Lawyers, we strongly believe that early advice is the best advice, which is why we offer a free initial case assessment and consultation.


Your lawyer will review your contracts and guide you through the conveyancing process, ensuring you fully understand and agree with all the terms and conditions. We will make sure you are aware of all the legal implications, as signing any contract is an important decision that can affect the operation and profitability of your company. We can help you negotiate terms and finalise on a contract you are satisfied with.


Some examples of commercial contracts include:

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Breach of Contract

Commercial contracts provide a layer of protection for business owners, as it sets out the responsibilities of each party involved. A contract is essentially a series of obligations that is required when businesses decide to begin a working relationship. A breach of contract occurs when a business fails to meet their obligations within the set timeframe.
If your business partner, landlord or tenant has breached their contract, we recommend you seek legal advice immediately. Your lawyer will be able to assess the situation and recommend the best way forward for you. This can involve negotiations, submitting claims to the tribunal, or entering into a commercial litigation.
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Commercial Litigation

If an agreement can’t be reached between the parties involved, you may be required to submit the case to court and a Judge will determine the most appropriate method of settling the dispute. It’s always recommended that you seek legal representation for commercial litigation cases, as a lawyer can greatly increase your chances of success. Your lawyer will be responsible in collecting evidence, explaining legal terms and they will guide you through the litigation process.


If you have any concerns over your commercial contracts, or need legal assistance to settle a business dispute, Bale Boshev Lawyers is here to help. Give us a call today to speak to one of our friendly business lawyers.

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s always recommended that you have a lawyer review the contents of the contract before you sign. Your lawyer will carefully read the contract, make sure you fully understand and agree with all terms and conditions. After you sign, always make sure you have a copy of the contract.

There are a number of factors to consider when selling your business, including the value of your business, existing lease, stock, equipment and staff. Enlisting the help of a commercial lawyer can simplify this process as they can prepare all required paperwork and negotiate for you.

Conveyancing is the legal work required during the process of selling or buying property. It involves writing up all the necessary contracts, as well as finalising purchase prices and settlement dates.

A commercial lease is a document that sets out the rights and obligations of the landlord and the tenant. The property leased is used for commercial reasons and lasts for an agreed period of time before the lease is renewed.

Approach the landlord first to discuss the issue. You should always keep a record of what you discuss and seek legal help if the dispute continues.

Talk to one of our lawyers today, and let us fight for you.