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As an unqualified person, may I draw a contract under English

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As an unqualified person, may I draw a contract under English law, not intended to be signed as a deed, sale of shares or a business?
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Yes you can, from a legal point of view, as long as you aren't charging as a lawyer. From a practical point of view you also have to know how to do it.
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
By "not charging as a lawyer" do you mean not holding yourself out as a qualified person or solicitor or that you may not charge at all?
Not holding yourself out to be a lawyer.
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