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Making a Software Maintenance Agreement
A Software Maintenance Agreement is often prepared by a software technician to record the terms of an arrangement made with a client. When it is drafted properly, this essential legal agreement may help to limit the likelihood of disagreements between the signers. Different from the generic templates that you might download elsewhere, each Software Maintenance Contract that is built on Rocket Lawyer comes with the option of Document Defense®, so an On Call attorney can assess the situation and take action if you need to demand payment or have another issue.
Regardless of how long your business has been in operation, it's critical to record the details of your work in a contract. Using this document could be good for you due to the following benefits:
In the end, if you and/or the client fail to sign a Software Maintenance Contract, you might not be able to enjoy all of the associated benefits and protections.
The specific details that you should plan to cover are:
As expected, your agreement from Rocket Lawyer also contains the typical language with regard to the non-employment relationship, the protection of confidential information, the method(s) of dispute resolution, and finally, indemnity. During the process of making your contract, you also can decide which state's jurisdiction it will fall under. Using the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you have the ability to make additional custom alterations, as needed.
Luckily, you won't need to pay hundreds of dollars to get your contract in writing. When using Rocket Lawyer, anyone can draft a free Software Maintenance Agreement today. Your contract will be constructed section by section, as you answer simple questions to enter details. Simply tap or click on "Make document" above to begin.
Alongside your Software Maintenance Agreement, you'll find a set of instructions on what you can do next. Feel free to take any of the following actions with your document: editing, downloading it as a Word document or PDF file, printing it out, or signing it with RocketSign® electronic signatures. Most importantly, the client should always get a copy of the fully executed contract.
Locating a lawyer to check your contract might take longer than you think if you attempt to do it by yourself. Another approach could be through the Rocket Lawyer On Call® network. Rocket Lawyer members are able to ask for advice from an experienced lawyer or ask additional questions. As a small business owner or operator, you can Work Confidently® with Rocket Lawyer by your side.