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Can I use your contracts if one of the parties is a business?
Can I use your contracts if one of the parties is a business?

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Written by Alexia Frieberg
Updated over a week ago

At Swiftcourt, we prioritize making our contracts user-friendly for peer-to-peer transactions. However, we understand that businesses may also want to use our contracts for buying or selling products on behalf of their company, and they are absolutely welcome to do so! 🙌

To accommodate businesses, we have a section called "other information" where you can document that one or both parties are a business. You can also include your company's organization number in this section for added clarity.

We understand that the field for a social security number at the bottom of our contract may not be applicable for businesses, as they typically use organization numbers instead. However, to proceed with the signing process, the representative of the company can simply write their own social security number in that field before signing the contract.

We strive to make our contract signing process as smooth and convenient as possible, and our support team is always available to assist with any questions or concerns regarding the use of social security numbers or organization numbers in our contracts.

Contact us in our live chat or at if you have any questions.

We want to ensure that our contracts are adaptable and can cater to the needs of our diverse users, whether they are individuals or businesses.

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