Negotiation and Contract Drafting

The services of Libra Legal Office include consulting and even participating in contract negotiation meetings for signing various contracts with foreign parties. Our Iranian and foreign colleagues, managed by Libra Legal Services, are ready to attend negotiation sessions and offer services in drafting foreign contracts in 30 world languages.

Libra Law can assist foreigners in Iran through contract negotiation and contract drafting by providing them with expert legal guidance and services tailored to their specific needs. Here’s an explanation of how this assistance works:


  1. Initial Consultation:

The process typically begins with an initial consultation where Libra Law’s legal experts meet with the foreign client to understand their business objectives, requirements, and the nature of the contract they intend to negotiate or draft.


  1. Legal Expertise:

Libra Law’s team has in-depth knowledge of Iranian laws and regulations. They can provide foreign clients with a clear understanding of the legal framework in Iran and how it applies to their specific situation.


  1. Contract Review:

If a foreign client already has a contract that needs negotiation or revision, Libra Law will review the existing contract thoroughly. They identify any potential issues, gaps, or ambiguities in the contract that need to be addressed.


  1. Customized Contracts:

Based on the client’s needs and objectives, Libra Law can draft customized contracts that are tailored to the specific requirements of the foreign client. These contracts will be legally sound, comprehensive, and designed to protect the client’s interests.


  1. Negotiation Strategy:

Libra Law can develop a negotiation strategy for the client, outlining key points, terms, and conditions that need to be discussed with the other party. They provide guidance on how to approach negotiations effectively.


  1. Contract Drafting:

Libra Law drafts the contract, ensuring that all legal requirements are met, and the document is clear and comprehensive. The contract will include essential clauses, such as payment terms, responsibilities of the parties, dispute resolution mechanisms, and any other relevant provisions.


  1. Local Compliance:

Libra Law ensures that the contract complies with Iranian laws and regulations. They are well-versed in local requirements, which is crucial to avoid any legal complications in Iran.


  1. Language Translation:

If the contract needs to be translated into Farsi or any other language for local authorities or partners, Libra Law can provide professional translation services to ensure accuracy and compliance.


  1. Review and Revision:

Libra Law engages in negotiation discussions with the other party on behalf of the foreign client. They review proposed changes and revisions to the contract and advise the client on the implications of accepting or rejecting these changes.


  1. Finalization:

Once the negotiation process is complete and both parties are in agreement, Libra Law helps finalize the contract. They ensure that all parties involved sign the document, and they can assist in the notarization and registration of the contract if required.


  1. Post-Contract Support:

Libra Law continues to provide support after the contract is executed. They can help with contract management, interpretation of contract terms, and assist in resolving any disputes that may arise during the contract’s implementation.

In summary, Libra Law’s contract negotiation and contract drafting services for foreigners in Iran are comprehensive and client-focused. They provide foreign clients with the legal expertise and guidance needed to navigate the complexities of Iranian law, ensuring that contracts are well-drafted, compliant with local regulations, and protect the interests of the foreign party. This support extends from the initial consultation to post-contract support, offering a complete legal solution for foreigners conducting business or entering into agreements in Iran.

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