Contract Law

Though it is not obligatory to sign a contract other than the exceptional cases listed in the applicable laws, entering into a written contract is important so as to set down the mutual rights and obligations of the sides in writing, and to create a means of proof of arguments, claims and defenses of the sides.

In reliance upon its past experience of long years in contract law field, our Law Office is carefully and diligently managing the contracting process from the very beginning to the signature stage, also including the preparation and drafting of contract, and examination and review of contract texts transmitted by the counterparty, and contract negotiations, with a solution-focused approach and on the basis of real commercial needs.

Furthermore, our Law Office is presenting solution suggestions aiming to ensure that companies continuing their commercial activities shorten the process, and establish a good time and cost balance, and build a corporate memory, and preparing and drafting standard texts of agreements and statements in tandem with expectations of companies, and offering process counseling services for traceability in digital media of their contract processes from the signature stage to archiving thereof.

Basic types of agreements and contracts prepared, examined and negotiated by our Law Office in the “Contract Law” field are as listed below:

  • Goods and Services Trading (Purchase and Sale) Agreements
  • Distributorship Agreements
  • Agency Agreements
  • Franchise Agreements
  • Exclusive Distributorship (Reseller) Agreements
  • Loan Agreements
  • Contracts of Work
  • Mandate Agreements
  • Cooperation Agreements
  • License Agreements
  • Donation Agreements
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Leasing Agreements


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