A service agreement is a written contract between a service provider and its client(s). In many instances it is also known as a service contract or general services agreement, legally binding the two parties to an exchange of services or services provided, adding some level of protection for both the provider and the client. The nuts and bolts of the services contract list what type of services the provider will perform and detail the time frame and compensation for that specific project. The protection side of the agreement will entail the rights and requirements of both parties, including liabilities and confidentiality guidelines, another added level of protection is including a dispute resolution clause in case either party breaches the contract.
You may prepare a service agreement any time you or your business provides a service to another party or when you contract another business or person to provide services for your business. Service contracts have a free range of how long they can be provided for, you can either do one-time deliverables during a limited time frame or continuous partnership over a longer period of time the option is open. Click here to check out a recognized service agreement.
Areas of Service Agreements
A few information points that you will see in every service agreement:
Whether you’re a service provider or you need to contract a freelancer, the contract attorneys at Enara Law PLLC can help you protect your business with a legally binding agreement. Receive a services agreement that meets your organization’s unique needs. Give us a call today at 602-687-2010 or email us at [email protected].