A letter of engagement – what is it?
A letter of engagement acts as a legal document, one that is less formal than a contract, which outlines a business relationship between two different parties. In law, a letter of engagement will outline the specific services that are being rendered by the client as well as any payment information – such as if there is a ‘no win, no fee’ clause in place. A letter of engagement will outline the conditions and liability of the law firm when engaging in legal proceedings in behalf of their client.
It summarises the provisions of the agreement between the client and law firm regarding their legal relationship.
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