This range of UK contracts cover self employed persons and a host of other professional service activities.
This is a basic contract for architectural, fashion or industrial design with strong intellectual property protection for you, the client.
Contract for a self employed person engaged in any kind of work. Emphasises his self employed status.
This is a basic copy writing contract with strong intellectual property protection for you, the client. You can use to instruct for writing a series of articles, a book, or a manual.
This is a basic contract for design of logo or other graphics with strong intellectual property protection for you, the client.
This is a basic contract for design of logo or other graphics with strong intellectual property protection for you, the client. It is intended to make sure you, the client, get what you have paid for. It does not include a specification of work.
This is a product development contract providing a high level of security for you, the Client.
This is a basic contract for a client to have software written with strong intellectual property protection for you, the client.
A photography contract template suitable for any type of assignment, including events (such as weddings and sports matches), commercial (such as products or buildings), and portrait work.
This agreement is useful for both, the security service provider and to the client.
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