This range of New Zealand service contracts allows the provider to state clearly the service to be offered and protect both parties against misunderstandings.
Simple form of carpet cleaner contract for a carpet cleaner to use for every domestic or small business client. Very easy to use. Helps to protect against claims and settling the invoice. Suitable for use throughout New Zealand.
Simple service contract for self employed house or office cleaner working in home or office of client. You may work in your own name or through your New Zealand company.
Simple contract for self employed IT and computer repair service engineer working in home of client. You may work in your own name or through your New Zealand company.
Contract for New Zealand self employed entertainer to present to clients or parents to sign. Any sort of entertainment from disc jockey to magician. Sets down firm guidelines in plain language without legalese.
Contract for New Zealand self employed home fitness trainer to present to clients to sign. Sets down firm guidelines in plain language without legales
Contract for New Zealand self employed children's tutor to present to parents to sign. Sets down firm guidelines in plain language without legalese. Main purpose of contract is to set out the expectations of both sides.
Simple contract for a New Zealand self employed domestic window cleaner. Sign clients up to an on-going contract to prevent them from cancelling after a couple of visits.
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