Customized Contracts are Critical for Your China Business

Customized contract is crucial for protecting your interests and avoiding costly legal disputes.

By having a tailored contract, you can benefit from:

Tailored solutions

When the lawyers understand your specific business needs, they would be able to draft a contract that is tailored to your requirements. This ensures that the contract accurately reflects your intentions and helps you achieve your business objectives.

Compliance

When you have a lawyer well-versed in local laws, it will ensure that your contract is compliant with relevant laws without compromising your core interests. This helps you avoid potential legal issues and reduces your risk exposure.

Mitigation of risks

An experienced lawyer will help identify potential risks and draft contract clauses that mitigate them, reducing the likelihood of legal disputes in the future. This helps you minimize risk exposure and protect your business interests.

Ensuring enforceability

An experienced lawyer would be able to ensure that your customized contract is legally binding and enforceable in China. This gives you peace of mind and protects your interests, reducing contract execution and financial risks.

Trustiics: One-Stop Platform for Trusted Legal Services in China

Doing business in China involves various risks and challenges.  Having a tailor-made contract drafted by an experienced lawyer will provide essential protection.

Trustiics connects SMEs in need of legal services in China with vetted top-tier lawyers. Users can choose fixed-price services, receive a free quote from their selected lawyers, or start with a quick legal consultation.

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Beijing, China
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Haiping Deng
20+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Corporate
  • Cross-border Investment
  • Joint Ventures
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Capital Markets
  • Private Equity/Venture Capital
Shanghai, China
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Daniel Li
25+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Private Equity/Venture Capital
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Taiwan Law
Beijing, China
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Bing Li
10+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Compliance
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Legal Document Translation
Beijing, China
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Sylvia Zhang
15+ years of experience
Subject Expertise
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Corporate
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Legal Due Diligence
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • International Trade
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Legal Q&A

How important is it to make sure the Chinese language version and the English language version are consistent if we have confirmed that the English language version is the governing one?

Even if the English language version of a contract is the governing one, it’s still important to make sure that the Chinese language version is consistent with it. Chinese courts may look to the Chinese language version in interpreting the contract’s terms, so inconsistencies between the two versions can lead to confusion, misunderstandings, and disputes.

 

To avoid these issues, both versions of the contract should be reviewed and translated by qualified professionals to ensure that the language is clear, precise, and consistent. This will help ensure that both parties understand the terms of the contract and reduce the risk of disputes arising in the future.

What are some key considerations for drafting a contract that will be enforceable in China?

Here are the key considerations for drafting a contract that will be enforceable in China:

  • Include dispute resolution clauses that comply with Chinese law
  • Use Chinese law as the governing law if it is a mandatory requirement in China
  • Ensure that the contract is properly executed according to Chinese legal formalities, which may include the use of an official seal
  • Use clear and precise terms in the contract
  • Avoid using legal concepts that aren’t accepted by Chinese courts

What are the key differences between Chinese Contract Law and contract law in the Common Law legal system?

Chinese contract law differs from the contract law in the U.S. or the U.K. in several keyways. These include:

  • Contracts must generally be executed in writing in China.
  • Company official seals are usually required for contract signing, and electronic signatures may not be recognized in practice.
  • Chinese law places more emphasis on the formalities of contract execution.
  • Courts in China are more likely to strictly interpret the terms of a contract.

What are some common contract disputes that arise when doing business in China, and how can I avoid them?

Common contract disputes in China can include issues such as non-payment, delivery of defective products, late payment, late delivery of products, non-compete, ownership of IPRs, the scope of confidential information, and breaches of contracts.

 

To avoid these issues, it’s important to negotiate and draft contracts carefully and make sure there is no misunderstanding, with input from legal professionals who are familiar with local laws and regulations. Clear and ongoing communication with Chinese business partners is also important, as this can help prevent misunderstandings.

How much does a "Contract Drafting" legal service typically cost?

The cost of a contract drafting legal service can vary depending on the complexity of the contract. For example, drafting a simple contract such as a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) may cost around a thousand dollars, while more complex contracts, such as joint venture agreements or IP licensing agreements, can cost a few thousand dollars.

 

You can first browse Trustiics fixed-price services to see if any of the fixed-price contract drafting services fit your needs.  You can also select a lawyer based on their expertise.  Then submit the request to get a free quote for a customized contract drafting service. 

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