Frequently Asked Questions

What is Contractize?

Contractize is legal mobile document assistant platform to streamline contract creation, electronic signing, sending, receiving and management process.

Why do I need to use Contractize?

We believe every transaction can be secured. With Contractize you can have your business sign, registered and stored, whether a small one time job or a continuous transaction, in an easy and affordable way.

Why the contracts on your library are easy to understand?

We know that you have seen complicated legalese around. Contracts don’t need to be long and full of legalese to be enforceable. Our documents are drafted by lawyers and contain the required elements to be legally binding and fulfill the needs of an uncomplicated transaction.

Contractize will get me away from Court?

No contract, document or lawyer in the world can guarantee that you won’t get sued. If you heard the contrary, it’s wrong.

There are lots of templates for free in the Internet. Why do I need Contractize?

Contractize is not a template seller. We provide to you a mobile platform to streamline your business in an easy and affordable way.

What if I can’t find the right contract to my needs?

We prepared our library to be used in a wide range of situations, and we are always adding new documents to Contractize. If you have any question about this issue, please drop us a line.

I sent a document using Contractize and the other party has denied signing the contract. What can you do?

Contractize do not review any information that you provide to us and we can’t enforce or apply the law to the circumstances of your situation. You will need to get along the other party to solve the issue.

Can I have any kind of legal document using Contractize?

No. Contractize is design to provide you help in uncomplicated transactions that sometimes you wouldn’t have registered. Contractize platform meets the requirements of 2000 U.S. Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) as adopted by individual states. Some documents can’t be electronic signed:

  • Wills, codicils, and testamentary trusts;
  • Documents relating to marriage, divorce, adoption and other family law matters;
  • Court orders, notices, and other court documents such as pleadings or motions;
  • Notices of cancellation or termination of utility services;
  • Notices of default, repossession, foreclosure, or eviction;
  • Notices of cancellation or termination of health or life insurance benefits;
  • Product recall notices affecting health or safety;
  • Documents required by law to accompany the transportation of hazardous materials.
Is Contractize a substitute for a law firm?

No. Contractize is not a law firm, and if you have any legal question or doubt, we strongly recommend you to consult a licensed attorney in your area.

Where is Contractize available?

Currently, we are available to use only in United States.

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