Services Agreement ($990)
For the provision of Services (as opposed to the sale of Goods) to customers or clients
Do I need a Services Agreement?
If you offer services to clients or customers, then you need a Services Agreement to ensure you are best protected from a legal standpoint. Some examples of the types of businesses who require this type of Agreement include health professionals, personal trainers, photographers, project managers, graphic designers, web designers, digital marketers etc.
Having a well-drafted Services Agreement can protect you in relation to matters of legal liability and payment, as the Agreement sets out the terms and conditions upon which you agree to provide the services to the client/customer.
What is included with this ELBizDoc?
If you purchase this Services Agreement, you will receive:
- a Services Agreement (in Word format) customised for your particular business and based on the information provided in your Interview;
- an ongoing, irrevocable licence to use the Services Agreement in relation to the business for which they have been prepared (eg. you can't use the same document for multiple businesses - if you need multiple documents, please contact our team for a fee quotation); and
- contact from one of our leading business lawyers, to answer any questions that you might have in relation to the Services Agreement.
Do not buy this ELBizDoc if...
Contact us first before purchasing this ELBizDoc if any of the following apply:
- you want the document to be enforceable in a country other than Australia;
- your clients or customers have to sign up to a membership or subscription in order to use your services (eg. you do not provide your services on an ad-hoc basis) – our ELBizDocs Membership / Subscription Agreement will likely be appropriate in these circumstances;
3. you provide goods or products, rather than services – our ELBizDocs Terms & Conditions (Sale of Goods) will likely be appropriate in these circumstances; or
4. you are not sure whether the document will be applicable to your particular business.
I'm ready, let's do this!
This Interview will take approximately 15 - 20 minutes to complete.
Before starting, you will need to have handy:
- the details of the legal entity that owns your business (including ACN and ABN details, as applicable);
- information about your business (eg. what types of services you provide, whether you employ or engage contractors to provide the services to clients/customers);
- information regarding the basis on which the services are provided (eg. minimum sign-up term, fees and charges payable, whether an upfront payment is required to be made);
- details regarding the types of information you obtain from clients/customers;
- details regarding the services provided (eg. where they are provided, whether clients/customers are required to make bookings; and
- other basic contact information.
By hitting 'Start' on this Interview, you acknowledge and agree:
- that we (Enterprise Legal (Qld) Trading Pty Ltd ACN 621 481 507 trading as Enterprise Legal Qld ABN 75 621 481 507) are providing you with legal services and the terms of our ELBizDocs Costs Agreement apply to the provision of these services;
- we are not providing you with accounting and taxation advice in relation to these services and we strongly recommend that you seek advice from an appropriate professional in this regard;
- we are not providing you with legal advice in relation to these services or any other services, apart from:
(a) the generic advice that is provided on this page and throughout your Interview; and
(b) the specific advice provided to you by a member of our EL Team, once you have completed your order;
- we will use all reasonable endeavours to create the Services Agreement within three Business Days (starting on the day after we receive your order, if it is placed after 12pm), but will not be liable to you if we are unable to meet this timeframe; and
- once your order is placed, you are unable to cancel it (this however, does not exclude any rights that you may have pursuant to the Legal Profession Act 2007 (Qld)).