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    It really depends on a lot of circumstances, but my point of view is, why not have a lawyer look it over? Most lawyers give you free consultations so you could probably get them to give you an estimate as to how much something like that would cost. If you don't know any contract lawyers, you can find some on avvo or LawTrades.


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    Well, businesses are into a really competitive world therefore they strictly need to keep a check on their legal issues and even the security issues. They must hire a reputed and reliable lawyer and a security firm to make sure that their business functions properly! Thanks!!


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    If the owner itself is capable to understand the contracts and general laws that can be taken for a company then he should not need any lawyer or attorney for their businesses.


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    In short, yes you should always have a lawyer review your legal documents to ensure that everything covered in your document is as you originally intended. Any errors, as minor as they may be, can have significant consequences and may affect the contract's validity.

    Also, do not cut corners and use online legal templates as there are inherent risks of doing so.


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