Many questions at Bootcamp 2010 focused on defining clauses for contracts that dealt with special situations, as well as formulating a solid agreement.
In the first two parts of this series, I covered a contract’s basic components and defining a contract’s agreement, and I also provided a detailed look at the contents of your work package inside the contract.
Sometimes, when sharing materials and dividing responsibilities within a project, it can create loose ends. Fortunately, there are several clauses you can use in your contract to clarify these types of situations and keep things moving smoothly.
Specific things to consider and address include your responsibilities versus those of your clients, situations that affect you getting paid, and using guarantees.
This article is part of the Crafting Contracts series.
Series Table of Contents:
- Crafting a Contract: Part 1 – The Basic Pieces
- Crafting a Contract: Part II — Defining Your Work Package
- Crafting a Contract: Part III — Loose Ends (This Article)