The Company retains the creative rights to all materials, data and similar objects of origin established by the Company under this Agreement, in connection with the Services under this Agreement. All services and software used by the company are at all times the exclusive property of the company and, under no circumstances, does the customer have any interest or right to ownership of such materials or software. The customer acknowledges that the company may use and modify existing materials for the benefit of the customer and that the customer has no rights to such materials. A consulting contract is a written contract describing the terms of a particular service between a consultant and a client. In other words, if the nature of your services creates some kind of real potential for damage, it is important to write this clause with the help of a lawyer who understands your business and your industry. Handshake transactions may still work for some people, but without a solid advice agreement signed by both parties, you and your business put you at risk. The answers to these and many other questions must be definitively covered in your consulting contract, and today we will cover all these key components and provide you with a solid, downloadable template that you can use in PDF and Google Doc forms. The contract contains conditions on the amount and date on which the customer will pay the contractor in exchange for his services. Proprietary and sensitive information is often shared by both parties during a consulting engagement.
This is sometimes protected by a confidentiality agreement (NDA), but if your commitment does not require an extended NDA, it is a good idea to simply include an NDA clause in your consulting contract. As part of configuration services, the company: [What you do for them]. This is done by: the inclusion of remuneration conditions in your consulting contract goes without saying, but it is equally important to describe the precise payment terms. The parties agree that all disputes relating to this Agreement and all rights of the Customer to the return of funds paid to the Company will be dealt with in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. In particular, if the Customer cancels credit card payments upon the expiration of the legal three-day notice period provided for in this Agreement, this agreement is immediately terminated and the Company reserves the right to contest such cancellation and to sue the Customer for funds that are due to the Company for services already provided but not paid for by the Customer due to such cancellation of the credit. The customer agrees that, whether the customer is ultimately successful in a credit card cancellation dispute, he is required to pay the company for the work already done at the time of the cancellation request at an hourly rate of $200 per hour for all hours devoted to the customer`s project. At the request of the customer, the entity shall provide the customer, within a reasonable time, with a breakdown of the hours spent and payment is expected within thirty days of the date on which such breakdown is provided. If, at the request of the company and within thirty days, the customer does not pay for this work by the hour, the company reserves the right to take legal action for infringement, regardless of the prior outcome of a credit card cancellation dispute.
In addition, if the Company succeeds in a credit card cancellation dispute, the Company reserves the right to track the Customer for the costs incurred by the Company in contesting or defending such credit card cancellation, including, but not limited to, loss of business revenue in the form of time spent by the Company and its representatives in handling such disputes. at the company`s hourly rate of $200. or at another address that either party may communicate from time to time to the other and is deemed duly served (a) immediately after personal notice, (b) two days after filing in the mail, if served by registered letter, or (c) the next day following filing with a night courier. . . .