We understand that not everyone belongs to a legal background, it’s not possible to take legal advice for your daily practice. While serving any sector, you should be aware of professional writing like drafting emails for the client, creating purchase orders, creating appointment letters, circulating notices, etc. One can start drafting with a little practice and guidance.
Though mastering legal writing or contract writing takes much time & practice, with the help of some steps, you can polish yourself easily.
Your e-mail will act as your representative. A perfect e-mail ensures clear communication, your legal e-mail should be clear of the objective of writing it and a few pointers to be kept in mind while drafting Emails.
A Purchase is an official commercial document shared between the Buyer and the supplier which includes the purchased items, their quantity, and price. Few pointers which need to be carefully attended while drafting a PO are as below.
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An appointment letter is a formal welcoming document designed for the newly joined employee, vendors, consultants for a specific project. The letter consists of various key points related to his/her employment. The mandatory contents of an appointment letter are shared below.
Terms & conditions are the set of rules summed up as a legal agreement between the service providers & users who use their services. The most common clauses are mentioned below and can be used for different scenarios.
The Scope of Work (SOW) is where the work to be performed is described. The SOW should contain any milestones, reports, deliverables, and end products that are expected to be provided by the performing party. The SOW should also contain a timeline for all deliverables.