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General Contract for Services Basics

Putting your agreements in writing helps keep your business relationships in good standing. A General Contract for Services is a useful tool whether you provide services for someone else or they provide them for you. You can create a General Contract for Services to set out clear terms and conditions for any services to be provided.

Use the General Contract for Services document if:

  • Your business will be providing services for a business or individual.
  • You will be contracting with a business to receive services.

You can create good professional relationships and prevent future misunderstandings by using a General Contract for Service. It defines the relationship between the business providing a service and the business or individual receiving that service. The Contract creates a clear record of the agreement between the two with details about the price, duration of services, obligations and more. A well-written General Contract for Services helps both the service provider and consumer by keeping everything clear. If one party disagrees, the other party is protected by the terms you both already agreed on.

Other names for this document: Agreement for Services, Service Contract


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