These service contracts for companies are largely in the form of non-negotiable terms and conditions. However, they can adapted to form individual contracts. The agreements cover a range of different businesses.
Service contracts for businesses
This agreement is useful for both, the security service provider and to the client (which may be an industrial unit, shopping center, hospital, residential society, school or any other organisations) on payment of agreed fee and the client who wishes to engage the security agency for the security of its industrial or institutional premises.
T&C for an individual or company caterer providing a standard form of quotation detailing the client's precise requirements. Ideal for use for weddings, parties, family gatherings, hen's nights, funerals and all other events. Explanatory notes allow easy adaptation if your enterpriseoffers something unique.
This is a terms and conditions document for a shop fitter. It is assumed that the business is operated through a company and may be of any size. Although you will edit this document to create standard terms, you will probably be willing to make small changes for each client or to accommodate different types of work.
A comprehensive contract for a self employed bookkeeper to present to his or her clients. The template is suitable for a wide range of services that a bookkeeper might provide from record keeping and accounts preparation to business advisory services.
A simple terms and conditions document to regulate the relationship between a writer and another individual. This is not suitable if the writer is trading through a company as an intermediary. Contains all usual terms and conditions plus specific provisions to deal with matters concerning technical writers such as intellectual property in particular. With full explanatory notes.
All embracing terms and conditions for a clerical assistant, typist, receptionist, personal assistant or anyone who provides administration services. The document emphasises the self employed status of the contractor.
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