Web site writers terms and conditions: for contractors
Comprehensive protection for the web site professional in circumstances where it is possible to use take it or leave it terms and conditions. Terms favour the web writer without question
About this document
This document is in the form of terms and conditions for your website design work, that is - take it or leave it; your clients have no choice. This is an abbreviated version of Net Lawman document Website design agreement for contractors: with draft software specification and is therefore less comprehensive and also less negotiable. It is designed for sale of standard packages of services, chosen and sold from your website.
Website design agreement for contractors: with draft software specification is a very comprehensive website design agreement. It is set out with a view to your negotiating terms with a client. Once agreed, then both sides sign it. It provides for the entire process from meeting client to providing specification of the completed work at the end of the day. It covers graphic design, records, testing and all other areas of your work. No professional can afford to risk the misunderstandings and possible disputes that arise so commonly in this area of work.
Because no business can use both versions at once, if you buy Website design agreement for contractors: with draft software specification, we give you Web site writers terms and conditions: for contractors absolutely free automatically, so that you can choose which way you want to work.
Both documents are suitable for e-commerce professionals, who want a standard contract or for web site instruction.
Suitable for any size of website
Covers technical as well as legal issues
Educates customers as to what is involved
Provides a complete framework
Minimises the scope for misunderstanding
Is ideal as your standard contract
your customer to approve website design but pay for additional work if multiple choice required
Writing of a “Detailed Specification” covering all elements of the website design work, to provide your customer with a complete record of the work done
Regulating customer changes to the specification
Provides concisely for responsibility for search engine strategy
Lists excluded matters for customer's separate attention - e.g. names, hosting; merchant service
Testing and acceptance
Alternative payment arrangements
Ownership of all elements of the software both created and plugged in