Service Agreement

Service agreements are vital documents that make your position clear to customers. As service providers ourselves, we know how important it is to get them right.

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Service Agreements Explained

What are Terms & Conditions of a Service Agreement?

The terms and conditions of a service agreement explain what your obligations are to your customer and what their obligations are to you. These terms should cover any requirements and specifications that either party may need. Key clauses to include are: services to be provided, the price structure, payment terms, a completion date, limitation of liability, confidentiality, intellectual property, and dispute resolution, to name a few.

While many service transactions are completed without dispute, it’s essential to have terms and conditions in place to protect you, and your business. Not only does this provide you with legal cover if a problem arises, it gives your customers clarity as to how your business operates; so it’s within your best interests to have these terms clearly laid out in a professional contract.

Why You Need to Have a Service Agreement

Service agreements are vital documents that make your position clear to customers. You should always have a service agreement in place because it:

Proves you have permission to carry out work for your customer

Defines the way your business operates in a legally complaint way

Protects your business in the event of a dispute

Outlines how and when work will be completed 

Explains your price structure and payment terms

Gives your business the legal right to accept payment

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