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Making a Janitorial Contract
If you are a janitor, you can create Janitorial Contracts to safeguard yourself as you plan to offer janitorial services to a property owner. By agreeing to this contract with each other, the custodian and the property owner are more likely to share the same set of expectations. Unlike many other sites that you may stumble upon, there's more to Rocket Lawyer than templates. If your client won't pay or there is another problem, your Rocket Lawyer membership provides the optional benefit of Document Defense® protection.
Even if you are being hired by a friend, it is always a best practice to make a Cleaning Service Contract. Signing this document could be helpful for you because of the following benefits:
Any janitor choosing not to use a Janitorial Agreement ought to prepare for issues like overdue invoices and the inability to hit deadlines.
Specifics that you will need to add to your document are:
As you might hope with an agreement like this one, any Janitorial Contract built with Rocket Lawyer will also include the typical legal language regarding the non-employment relationship between the janitor and property owner, the protection of private information, and indemnity. In the process of building your agreement, you also will be able to select which state's jurisdiction it will fall under. Using the Rocket Lawyer document tool, you have the ability to add more personalized editing, as needed.
Fortunately, you do not have to start from scratch when putting your agreement in writing. When using the document tools on Rocket Lawyer, you can produce Janitorial Contracts online with ease. Your contract is constructed step by step, so you can be sure that it contains all of the appropriate information. Normally, for this level of personalization, you could ultimately pay a conventional law firm a few hundred dollars, if not more, in fees.
In order to make the document into a true legal contract, you need to sign it. This can be done electronically, using RocketSign®, or otherwise. Be sure to provide a copy of the fully signed contract to the other party. With a Premium membership, you also will be able to make copies, save it as a Word document or PDF file, and print it as needed.
If you opt to do it on your own, finding a lawyer to give feedback on contracts might be fairly time-consuming. Some attorneys won't even agree to review your contract if they did not draft it. In the event that a lawyer does offer to give advice about your contract, they would still make you pay their standard rate to do it. A more cost-effective alternative would be via the Rocket Lawyer On Call® network. If you sign up for a Premium membership, you can get your agreements examined by an attorney with business experience. Whether you need to produce another Janitorial Agreement or other agreements for janitors, Rocket Lawyer is here for you.