Contract Lawyers in Malaysia

Contract Lawyers

Solving contract issues with the utmost professionalism.

Contract Negotiation Services in Malaysia

Trusted contract services for businesses.

Sabrina Hashim & Co provides professional contract negotiation services for a variety of business-as-usual contracts. Our contract lawyer is eager to help you prepare, review and manage your contract efficiently.

Skilled contract lawyers in Malaysia.

About Sabrina Hashim & Co

Sabrina Hashim & Co is a registered Malaysia law firm in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Malaysia, specialising in three practice areas. Catering to your specific needs, we deliver effective legal solutions to ensure the smooth functioning of your business, ease your workload and elevate your business growth.

What is a Contract?

Preventing disputes and unjust trade.

A contract is an agreement between two or more parties that is legally binding. Essentially, a contract outlines what the parties have agreed to do or trade.

While a contract can be written or spoken, most business circumstances necessitate a written contract signed by all parties involved in order to be legally binding. Parties can perform a contract negotiation to ensure a win-win situation for all.

Elements of a valid contract:

  • A valid offer
  • Acceptance
  • Consideration
  • Intention to create legal relations
  • Capacity to contract

When is a Contract Considered Illegal and Void?

  • If there is no consideration
  • If the consideration and object of an agreement are forbidden by a law
  • If the consideration and object of an agreement are fraudulent or involve or imply injury to the person or property of another
  • Contracts which are immoral or against public policy
  • Contracts in restraint of marriage
  • Contracts in restraint of trade
  • Contracts to oust the jurisdiction of the courts
  • Contracts with no certainty
  • Contracts by way of wager

The Responsibilities of Our Contract Lawyers

Extracting maximum value through agreements.

A contract lawyer is someone who focuses on assisting clients with business contracts and is often involved in drafting, reviewing and negotiating various contracts. Our lawyers have specialised training or experience in specific areas of law, namely Technology and Telecommunications, Media and Entertainment and Corporate and Commercial.

Below are some of the duties of our contract lawyers:

  • Performing research
  • Drafting and reviewing contracts
  • Managing contract negotiation process
  • Ensuring legal compliance
  • Safeguarding client’s rights
  • Serving as an advisor to the client
  • Responding to client’s queries and concerns

Consult a contract lawyer

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Contract Negotiation FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

A contract lawyer in Malaysia should be equipped with skills in research and writing. They must also have great communication and negotiation skills to ensure a seamless contract negotiation process.

Below are some qualities to look for in a contract lawyer:

  • Highly knowledgeable in law and business
  • Has adequate experience and insights
  • Has professional recognition
In regard to all things contract, it is encouraged to work with a contract lawyer every step of the way. By doing so, you will be able to gain a better understanding of your legal rights. Hiring a contract lawyer will also mitigate risks if a breach occurs.
Generally, you can expect the contract negotiation process in Malaysia to take around 4 to 6 weeks. However, this time frame can vary depending on the complexity and risks involved with the specific contract.

Contract negotiations in Malaysia take place in four stages:

  • Preparation

Preparation starts with researching information, analysing data and leverage, and identifying the interests and position of the other party. 

  • Exchange of Information

In this stage, you should share your information with the other party, including your business’s interests and objectives. The more information you share, the easier it will be for the other party to understand what you are looking for.

  • Bargaining

Bargaining is where the ‘give-and-take’ happens. You’ll need to compromise in order to satisfy both parties’ interests, thus building a lasting relationship and a profitable outcome. 

Moreover, if the other party takes an entirely different stance about what they want, you’ll have to be creative and come up with alternatives for what to include in the contract.

  • Closing

After you have compromised on all the necessary items to be included in the contract, you can end negotiations by restating what was discussed in the prior stages.

Once both parties have come to an official agreement, you or a contract lawyer can begin drafting the actual contract.