Charges clause

Charges clause – within the meaning of the Contracts & Obligations Law, this legal term refers to a clause in a contract, detailing which party should pay or cover certain goods/services. In other words, it states who will pay the charges (i.e. who covers the obligations), and respectively, who will benefit from these goods or services. For example, a conveyance agreement (or letter of engagement) details that the client will pay legal fee to a lawyer for legal advice and representation on a property purchase.

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