Terms & Conditions

By using the Quicklaw website and any of the services that she provides, I, the customer agree to the following terms and conditions.

I, the customer, understand and agree that Quicklaw is not a law firm or a Barrister/Solicitor but merely represents a platform which connects the end user to a qualified lawyer. All services rendered by the Barrister/Solicitor are executed independent of Quicklaw. Therefore, no lawyer-client relationship or privilege is created with Quicklaw. The templates provided on the website are not to be regarded as a replacement or alternative for the advice or services of any Barrister/Solicitor practising under the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

  1. The customer understands that Quicklaw’s review of documents is restricted to ensuring completeness, correct spelling, and consistency. The customer will read the final document(s) carefully before affixing their signature and agree that they bear full responsibility for the final document(s).

  2. Accuracy of Information and Third-Party Consent. To the best of the customer’s knowledge and ability, they will provide accurate information to Quicklaw and will obtain all necessary third-party consents, where necessary, required for the execution of their order.

  3. Non-English-Speaking Customers. Customers must understand that most of materials provided on the Quicklaw website, which are inclusive of questionnaires, documents and instructions, are only available in English. Quicklaw will not bear any responsibility or liability for errors made during interpretation.

  4. Limitation of Liability and Indemnification. Except in instances expressly prohibited by the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the customer will hold Quicklaw and its officers, employees, and agents harmless for any indirect, punitive, special, incidental, or consequential damage, however it arises (including Barrister/Solicitor fees and all related costs and expenses of litigation and arbitration, or at trial or on appeal, if any, whether or not litigation or arbitration is instituted), whether in an action of contract, negligence, or other tortious action, or arising out of or in connection with this agreement, including without limitation any claim for personal injury or property damage, arising from this agreement and any violation by the customer of federal, state, or local laws, statutes, rules, or regulations, even if Quicklaw has been previously advised of the possibility of such damage. Except as expressly prohibited by law, if there is liability found on the part of Quicklaw, it will be limited to the amount paid for the products and/or services and under no circumstances will there be consequential or punitive damages.

  5. Terms of Service. Customers understand that the Quicklaw’s general terms of use are contained herein. Therefore, in agreeing to these Terms of Service, the customer acknowledges that he/she has read them and agreed to them.

  6. Additional Quicklaw Terms. Customers understand that in some events, their purchase may be subject to additional or separate terms and conditions. They understand that Quicklaw’s agents, are also subject to additional Terms of Service and third-party services provided to the customers are also subject to the Terms of Service of their services. If applicable, the customer acknowledges that they have read and agreed to the additional terms, which are impliedly incorporated herein.

  7. Third Party Services. If the customer obtains a service that involves the use of third- party services, they understand that they may be required to accept the additional terms attached to the third party or their website. The third party then becomes enabled to contact the customer, by their preferred means, with information on benefits that accrue from the service without the involvement or interference of Quicklaw. Quicklaw hereby detaches and disclaims liability for any information, materials, products or services provided as part of any third-party services. Quicklaw is not liable for any failure of products or services offered or advertised at those sites. A third party may have a privacy policy different from that of Quicklaw and the third-party website may provide less security than the Quicklaw site.

  8. Future Products and Services. If the customer decides to add a product or service to an existing or subsequent order, these Terms of Service will apply to that purchase of that additional product or service.

  9. Payment. It is standard procedure and practice for Quicklaw to receive 70% of its commission prior to the commencement of any services being rendered. The balance 30% shall be remitted to Quicklaw at the completion of the service provided. Depending on the nature of the service, Quicklaw is at liberty to demand 100% of its commission before the delivery of work done.

  10. Abandoned Orders.  The customer understands that, other than instances which are expressly provided for under the applicable laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, they shall have no right to cancel or request a refund or obtain credit for any undelivered order after 60 days have elapsed from the purchase date unless Quicklaw is at fault. Abandoned orders will result in liquidated damages equal to the amount paid to Quicklaw for reimbursement of our commitment to service this order.

  12. Customer complaints can be resolved timeously and to the customer's satisfaction by calling our lines on (+234) 807-967-0571 / (+234) 812-615-6718. Any controversy or dispute arising out of or relating to direct engagement with Quicklaw shall be initially referred to the representatives of both the customer and Quicklaw management, who shall use their best endeavours to reach an agreement.

  13. In the unlikely event that the Quicklaw representative is unable to resolve your complaint to your satisfaction (or if Quicklaw has not been able to resolve a dispute it has with you after attempting to do so informally), each party shall agree to resolve those disputes through binding arbitration.

  14. If the dispute is referred to arbitration, the arbitration will be held in Lagos and conducted in English in accordance with the provisions of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act Cap A18, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004. The arbitration panel shall be made up of a single arbitrator jointly appointed by Quicklaw and the customer or the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Nigeria Branch), if the parties fail to agree on the appointment of the arbitrator.

  15. Filing Fees. Except as otherwise noted, filing and recording fees may include all mandatory or applicable federal, state and local administrative fees, name reservation fees, initial reports, publication notices, capitalization fees, franchise tax fees, expedited fees, certified copy fees, walk-in fees, courier fees and other transactional fees incurred on your behalf by Quicklaw.

  16. Delivery. The customer understands that Quicklaw uses a variety of methods to deliver its finished products and services. For products requiring physical delivery, the customer understands the delivery period is beyond our control. The customer will be given the opportunity to choose the preferred delivery method and period. If the customer selects the next-day delivery option, they agree that Quicklaw may use air shipping, if necessary, to get the items to the customer within the promised time frame. This may attract an additional fee.

  17. Reviews. After the customer’s purchase, they may receive an email, requesting the completion of a survey from Quicklaw. Customers are also permitted to write a review on the Site. Customers are hereby informed that if they successfully complete the survey or submit a review, their opinions may be posted on the Quicklaw website and/or used in marketing material. Customers will be presented with the option of providing the review anonymously.

  18. Access to World Wide Web; Internet Delays. Customers understand that to effectively use Quicklaw services, they must have internet access, either directly or through devices that access web-based content. Customers are likely to have additional charges to access such internet service from their respective carriers. It is the responsibility of the customer to be fully equipped with all things necessary to make the connection to the internet feasible. Access to certain Quicklaw services may be limited or delayed based on problems associated with the use of internet and electronic communications. The customer understands that Quicklaw is not responsible for delays, delivery failures, or other damage resulting from such problems.

  19. Force Majeure. Quicklaw shall not be considered to be in breach of any of the terms provided herein or any contract with the customer, and shall not be liable for any cessation, interruption, or delay in the performance of its obligations hereunder by reason of any natural disasters, including but not limited to, earthquake, flood, fire, storm, lightning, drought, landslide, hurricane, act of God, epidemic, famine or plague, court judgement or public authority directive, change in law, war, terrorism, armed conflict, labour strike, or any other event closely related that remains beyond the reasonable control of Quicklaw, whether reasonably foreseeable or not. If an event amounting to ‘Force Majeure’ persists for a period exceeding 30 days, Quicklaw may immediately terminate or treat these Terms of Service as inapplicable and shall have no liability to the customer for or as a result of any such termination.

  20. Right to refuse. The customer accepts that Quicklaw reserves the right to refuse service to anyone.

I understand that these terms have a direct impact upon my legal rights and obligations. If I do not agree to be bound by the terms and conditions provided herein, I will not proceed in engaging the use of the Quicklaw service. By proceeding with any purchase or service, I have expressly and/or impliedly agreed to these Terms of Service.