Get It in Writing:
The IT Professional's Guide to Essential Contracts

Chapter 1: Contracts that Define Client Relationships
Part 1: Examples of Client Contracts

The kind of client contracts you end up using will depend on the kind of work you do. But as a rule, every contract should list…

  • Your business's contact information (e.g., name, phone number, address, email).
  • Your client's contact information.
  • Effective dates for the contract.
  • Acceptance of terms (i.e., the signatures of both parties).

To save space, we won't list these points on every contract overview.

Example Contracts

Please note: contracts should be tailored to your company's specific operations and risks. These outlines are intended to give you a general overview of the key points each contract usually has. They are not meant as exhaustive guides or as legal advice.

Next: Part 1A: Examples of Client Contracts: Consulting Agreement / Consulting Contract

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