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Once the groundwork is in place for your business, ongoing relationships with agencies, sub-contractors or distribution networks may have to be formalised through written agreements under contract law.
If you choose to employ staff then a contract will have to be written up for mutual understanding and protection.
Depending on your sector, there will also be environmental, health and safety or additional human resources requirements.
Having the correct paperwork for employees, your supply chain, and customers means a lower chance of misunderstandings further down the line.
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