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rangnamei roger (partner)     31 March 2013

Signing a contract deal with firm

Hello Lawyers, i just had a meeting today with a client about a possible data entry contract work, the person offering me this opportunity is running a firm. I need to sign an NDA with him. There are certain things mentioned on the NDA agreement paper which i dont like. Whats the best way to go ahead. Also, there are certain risks involved, as i need to pay him a few consultancy fees upfront, and i need to hire workers for the data entry work. Im based in New Delhi.


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Snigdha Sharma (Lawyer/ Director)     02 April 2013


I would suggest that if there are certain points that you dont like, get it verified with your lawyer.

Once an NDA is signed, it will be your document and you have to follow the points mentioned.

You can always put forward your points towards the party and then start the process. 

But befoire signing a contract do get it verified froma specialised lawyer.

It is always better to take precautions.





Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     04 April 2013

A signed contract is a legal document, so you will have to live with what you agreed to. Generally, a contract cannot be changed or broken unless you and the other party both agree.

rashmi_2010 (Advocate/Corporate Consultant)     05 April 2013

If you are not liking some cluase which you feel is not favourable, you can always negotiate the document before signing it. To sign both party needs to come to agreed terms. Hence you remove or modify the portions you dont want in the agreement.

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