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What is a Service Agreement?
A Service Agreement is an agreement between a company and a service provider where the company pays for receiving services. It typically provides a clear outline of the services, details about payments, and other important protections and limitations specific to the services.
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Service Agreements are important for all businesses who want to solidify their business deals. For service providers, a Service Agreement will secure your revenue streams and protect your liability. For customers, a Service Agreement will ensure that you are supplied with the right services at the right time.
Whether it’s for a one-off service or for ongoing services, it’s important to have a Service Agreement to capture what you’ve agreed upon in writing before the service begins. This minimises the risk of disputes arising down the track. Read more here.
Our fixed-fee Service Agreement packages begin at $1100 + GST. This includes a Service Agreement drafted to meet the requirements of your business, phone consultations with a Sprintlaw lawyer, and a complimentary amendment to the final draft we provide to you.
A Service Agreement is a legally binding agreement between two parties. Usually this would be the person providing the service and the person purchasing the service. It basically says that one person will perform a certain service for the other in exchange for payment.
Usually, a Service Agreement contains the following:
Although you’d want everything to go smoothly in the course of business, that doesn’t happen 100% of the time. A written Service Agreement will ensure that both parties are sure of what is expected of them.
As a business owner, you want to make sure that your contract has sufficient detail and clearly explains what will happen if things do go wrong. For example, if the client is the one that suffers, what will you do to rectify the situation? Alternatively what will happen if the client does not pay you for the services you’ve adequately provided?
The business owner (usually a contractor) and the client who purchases the service.
Service Agreements can apply to so many different industries. If you are providing any kind of service for someone or you are the recipient of a service, you should have a proper contract in place.
See below for a few examples of the types of Service Agreements we offer at Sprintlaw:
We recommend getting your Service Agreement drafted and signed prior to engaging in a business relationship.
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