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Free website terms and conditions

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This is a free version of our standard website terms and conditions document. It is identical to that document, save that this version includes an SEQ legal credit. In addition to the provisions that would typically be included in any set of website terms and conditions, this document includes provisions covering user accounts and user-generated content (although the latter are not as detailed as ...

Free non-disclosure agreement

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This is a straightforward non-disclosure agreement (NDA). This document is easy to adapt, although it does not include the more detailed provisions in some of our other NDAs. The document is unilateral, in that it protects the information of only one of the parties. A key issue to be addressed when adapting this NDA is the definition of confidential information. A narrow definition of ...

Free consultancy terms and conditions

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This is a short-form consultancy T&Cs document, which can be used free of charge if you retain the SEQ Legal credit. The template includes provisions relating to the services to be provided, the supply of deliverables, the licensing of rights in the deliverables to the client, the charges payable by the client, the status of the consultant, subcontracting, and much else besides. The ...

Free consultancy agreement

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This is a free consultancy agreement. It includes straightforward provisions regarding the provision of consultancy services and the supply of deliverables resulting from the provision of those services. The template incorporates a licence to use the deliverables, but does not include any assignment of rights in the deliverables. Accordingly, the consultant retains ownership. You are welcome to use the document without purchasing a licence, providing ...

Free end user licence agreement

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This document is a free-to-use software EULA or end user licence. Click-wrap and web-wrap licences can be created using this document, as well as more traditional shrink-wrap licences. The document governs the legal relationship between a licensor and its customers. Note: although this EULA can be used for B2C licences as well as B2B licences, it does not include a ...

Free software support agreement

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A free, short-form software support services agreement. The document may be used in relation to the provision of helpdesk-based support services for software. It is not intended to cover software maintenance services, or indeed any other software-related services. This document is substantially identical to our basic software support agreement, but with the edition of an SEQ legal credit, which under our licensing ...

Free software maintenance agreement

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This straightforward software maintenance agreement is identical to the our basic agreement, but as it is free-of-charge it does include a credit for SEQ legal which, under our licensing terms, you need to retain in the document. The agreement covers maintenance services by a software vendor in relation to software: that is, the supply of software upgrades and updates, and potentially the installation ...

Free software licence agreement

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This is a straightforward software licensing agreement, designed for the granting of licences to businesses (as opposed to consumers). The document is a traditional "agreement", and should be signed by or on behalf of both the licensor and the licensee. The core provisions of this agreement cover the term of the licence, the scope of the licence, licence charges and payments, limitations of liability in ...

Free SaaS agreement

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This is a short-form agreement covering the B2B provision of software-as-a-service. It also includes provisions relating to support and maintenance services. An acceptable use policy is included with this document as a schedule. This agreement is not suitable for use where the parties will contract online. If you are looking for a document to form part of an online checkout process, ...

Free web design and development agreement

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This free web design and development agreement covers all the key issues arising in a typical contract, whilst being relatively easy to edit. A set of clauses in the document deal with the practicalities of the development process. These cover the developer's fundamental delivery obligations, the timetable for development, delays in the development process, consultation during the process, the customer's obligations in respect ...

Free non-exclusive distribution agreement

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A distributorship is a contractual arrangement whereby one business is permitted to market and sell the products of another business. Typically, a distributorship will be granted in respect of a particular market, often a geographically-defined market. As this is a non-exclusive distribution agreement, the grant of the distributorship does not preclude the supplier (or a third party appointed by the supplier) from distributing ...

Free assignment of copyright

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Copyright is one of the key intellectual property rights. It protects a very wide range of different types of intellectual creation, including books, plays, music and software. Businesses often (and individuals occasionally) need to transfer copyright, and the function of an assignment of copyright document is to give effect to such transfers. Under English law, legal transfers of copyright must be in writing and signed ...

Free IT support terms and conditions

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Under these terms and conditions, a business may contract to provide IT support services to customers. Those support services may include both hardware support and software support. In addition to the core support provisions, a clause is included which covers the supply of third party hardware and/or software to the customer. This is a B2B document, and should not be used in respect of ...

Free terms and conditions of sale via website (B2C)

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Under this free-to-use T&Cs template, a website operator may contract through the website to supply goods to consumers. The T&Cs have three main purposes. First, they set out the legal basis of the contract between the supplier and the customer. Second, they help mitigate risks to the supplier that arise out of that contract. Third, they help the supplier to comply ...

Free cleaning terms and conditions

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This is a free equivalent of our simple cleaning T&Cs template. The only difference between the two documents is that this one includes a textual credit/attribution; purchase the simple document if you would like to use the document without the credit/attribution. Although simple, the T&Cs are relatively flexible, and can be used to cover ongoing cleaning services jobs, as well as ...

Free commission agreement

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This version of our commission agreement is available free-of-charge, providing you retain the textual credit/attribution included with the document. Under this commission agreement, one party agrees to pay commission to the other party. That commission is payable in respect of each "trigger event" which occurs during the term of the agreement (or during some other defined period). A "base amount" is associated ...

Free manufacturing agreement

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This is a manufacturing agreement, under which the manufacturer is obligated to produce and supply products that are specified by the customer. Typically, a detailed product specification will be provided, and this may be incorporated into the agreement or supplied as and when required by the customer. In addition to the core manufacturing provisions, this agreement includes a schedule setting out the legal basis upon ...

Free software development agreement

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Software development contracts can be both legally and factually complex, and it is almost always a good idea to set out the basis upon which the software is being developed in a written contract. This document is equivalent to our basic software development agreement. The only difference is that this document includes a section crediting/attributing the template to us. Please use the basic document ...

Non-disclosure agreement (unilateral, standard)

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This non-disclosure agreement will help protect confidential information that one person or organisation supplies to another. The core provisions of the agreement include a definition of confidential information, restrictions on the use and disclosure of that information, exceptions to those restrictions and rules regarding the treatment of that information upon termination of the agreement. This document is standard length, omitting some of the provisions ...

Non-disclosure agreement (mutual, standard)

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This is a mutual non-disclosure agreement (NDA) which protects the information of both parties. In many circumstances, businesses use mutual NDAs even where it is not certain that both parties will be supplying confidential information. There are two good reasons for doing this: first, it is often easier to agree the terms of a mutual document; second, if the other party does in fact ...

Non-disclosure letter (unilateral, standard)

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This is our standard one-way non-disclosure agreement in letter form. The substantive provisions of the letter are identical to those in the agreement. Those provisions include restrictions on the use of disclosed information, restrictions on the disclosure of the information, exceptions to the restrictions (for example where information has become public by the actions of a third party) and rules governing the treatment ...

Non-solicitation agreement (unilateral)

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This is a unilateral non-solicitation agreement: all the non-solicitation obligations restrict the freedom of one party for the benefit of the other. The specific non-solicitation restrictions in the document include: (i) a prohibition on entering into contracts or other business dealings with relevant persons; (ii) a prohibition on employing or becoming the employee of relevant persons; (iii) a prohibition on forming a ...

Amendment agreement

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This simple template agreement may be used to amend an existing two party contract in circumstances where the amendment will take place with the written agreement of each of the parties. The types of amendment anticipated in this amendment agreement include: (i) the deletion of provisions from the original contract; (ii) the addition of provisions into the original contract; and (iii) the substitution of provisions ...

Non-disclosure agreement (mutual, premium)

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This mutual non-disclosure agreement protects both parties to a contract by providing that neither party may disclose the other's confidential information. This is the premium version of our non-disclosure agreement template and as such is more comprehensive than our standard version, incorporating a wider range of provisions and addressing a wider range of circumstances. If two businesses plan to work together, it ...

Non-disclosure agreement (unilateral, premium)

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This is a premium one-way NDA (non-disclosure agreement) template, designed to protect the confidential information that one person discloses to another. It may be suitable for use in many different circumstances where confidential information is being disclosed. For example, the premium NDA may be used in relation to the disclosure of an invention, a copyright work or a business idea, proposal or plan. ...

Non-disclosure agreement (web design)

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Web designers and developers need to know the details of a project before quoting; but their clients are often concerned about disclosing their business ideas without any form of legal protection. Those ideas usually need to be disclosed before a full web design or development contract has been executed, so the client cannot usually rely upon confidentiality clauses in the designer's or developers T& ...

Non-disclosure agreement (invention)

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This non-disclosure agreement (NDA) is a lightly modified version of our "unilateral" NDA document, designed for use in relation to the disclosure of an invention and related information by an inventor to a potential industrial or commercial partner. Note that potentially patentable inventions should be kept confidential. A failure to do so may prevent the grant of a patent, or render a granted patent ...

Non-disclosure agreement (media concept)

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If you are supplying an idea about a book, film, game or other media concept to a publisher or other media corporation, you may want to protect that idea using a non-disclosure agreement. This document has been designed for use in exactly this situation. A confidentiality agreement is no guarantee that your ideas will not be misappropriated. Nonetheless, there are a number of good ...

Non-disclosure agreement (business venture)

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Business venture discussions usually involve the exchange of confidential information such as business plans and financial data, and it is common for the parties to enter into a non-disclosure agreement to protect that information. This is a mutual or two-way agreement, protecting the information of both parties. The default provisions are mirror images, but the agreement can be adapted so that different rules ...

Non-disclosure letter (unilateral, premium)

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This letter template can be used to protect the confidential information that one person discloses to another. A flexible definition of "confidential information" is included in the document, allowing it to be used in a range of different circumstances. The document also includes an optional limitation upon the purposes for which the confidential information may be used, together with optional post-termination provisions (dealing with ...

Non-solicitation agreement (mutual)

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This is a straightforward non-solicitation agreement template. The template is designed to help businesses to protect their legitimate interests through contractual prohibitions restricting dealings with third parties. The restraints of trade doctrine can affect the enforceability of a non-solicitation agreement. Contractual provisions that amount to covenants in restraint of trade are prima facie unenforceable. They will usually only be enforced by the courts ...

Confidentiality and non-solicitation agreement (unilateral)

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A business's confidential information may include information enabling others to solicit the business's customers, suppliers, contractor or employees, and thereby cause damage to the business. For this reason, you should consider including specific non-solicitation provisions in your non-disclosure or confidentiality agreement. This is a unilateral (or one-way) template, and so it will only serve to protect the information and business ...

Simple cleaning terms and conditions

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This template is a shorter and simpler version of our cleaning services terms and conditions. Like that document, it may be used for both contracts with consumers and contracts with businesses. However, it may be less suitable for contracts with larger businesses where more details is expected. Using this document, a cleaning services business may enter into contracts with customers for: (a) ongoing cleaning services; ( ...

Consultancy agreement (basic)

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Consulting services come in many forms and vary in complexity. This basic consultancy agreement is designed for consulting engagements that fall at the simpler end of the spectrum. Matters covered by this agreement include the provision of services, the amounts to be paid by the customer, payment terms, warranties and limitations of liability. The agreement also includes an optional licence permitting the customer to use ...

Consultancy terms and conditions (basic)

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This is our basic consultancy terms and conditions document. By lawyers' standards it is relatively short and it is designed to be easy to use, rather than bullet-proof. A statement of work template is included with the T&Cs, and in respect of each work engagement the consultant and the client should agree and execute a statement of work. The statement of work will ...

Confidentiality and non-solicitation agreement (mutual)

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This agreement template has been designed for the situation where two parties wish to impose both confidentiality and non-solicitation obligations upon each other. In other words, the confidentiality and non-solicitation obligations will be mutual. The confidentiality provisions may restrict not just the disclosure of confidential information, but also the manner of its use. Flexible definitions of "confidential information" are included, allowing for both ...

Domestic cleaning terms and conditions

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Unlike our other cleaning services T&Cs documents, this one is intended purely for the provision of business-to-consumer (B2C, ie domestic) cleaning services. It is not suitable for business-to-business (B2B) services. A B2C cleaning services contract can usually be shorter and simpler than an equivalent B2B contract; nonetheless, we have included some optional provisions in this document which may be omitted ...

Gardening services terms and conditions

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These terms and conditions for the provision of gardening services are primarily intended to act as "standard terms of business". In other words, they may form the basis of all (or most) legal relationships between a gardening services business and its customers. With this goal in mind, the document is relatively flexible, and may cover one-off services contracts as well as ongoing relationships. The ...

Handyman services terms and conditions

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This document is designed to govern the legal relationship between a handyman (or, more likely, a company providing handyman services) and customers, including both business customers and domestic customers. A range of optional clauses are included in the document, covering such matters as services appointments, the supply of materials, the state of the customer's premises and the storage of supplier equipment. Accordingly, the template ...

Carpet fitting services terms and conditions

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This is a set of standard terms and conditions for a carpet fitting business. The T&Cs are drafted on the assumption that the carpet fitter will not be supplying the carpets to be fitted, although the carpet fitter may be supplying other materials, such as tacks, gripper sticks, door rods and underlay. The template may be used by businesses that serve the consumer market, ...

Electrical services terms and conditions

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This documents contains standard T&Cs for the provision of electrical services. In particular, it may be suitable for an electrician business. The document incorporates special provisions dealing with the services to be provided, the making and cancellation of appointments, requirements imposed on the service provider with respect to personnel, materials supplied by the service provider, the premises of the customer, obligations of the customer ...

Painting and decorating services terms and conditions

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This document is designed to be used by a painting and decorating business, as its standard terms and conditions for customers. It is suitable for use in relation to both business customers and consumers. It includes provisions covering the supply of paints, primers, wall coverings, treatments and other decorating materials by the supplier to the customer. This decorator terms and conditions documents is designed to ...

Plastering services terms and conditions

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This is our standard plasterer's T&Cs document. It is designed to cover indoor and outdoor plastering and rendering services, whether supplied to business customers, consumers or both. The plastering contract can easily be adapted to suit the particular circumstances of your business. Accompanying the plastering terms and conditions is a skeleton statement of work. This may be used to specify the particular details ...

Plumbing services terms and conditions

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These plumbers' terms and conditions are suitable for use in relation to a wide range of plumbing services, and can be used with business customers, consumers or both. They are designed to be flexible enough to cover one-off jobs or ongoing engagements. The plumbing contract terms include a wide range of protections for the service provider. For example, there are optional provisions to deal ...

Tiling services terms and conditions

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This document is a set of standard T&Cs of business for a tiler or tiling services business. It can be used in relation to business customers, both large and small, as well as domestic customers. A wide range of optional provisions are included in the document, allowing for easy adaptation. For example, the T&Cs include optional clauses in respect of the making and ...

Maintenance services terms and conditions

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This document is designed for use in respect of the maintenance of tangible items, such as equipment and hardware. It should not be used in respect of intangibles, such as software and data. With this document, you can create standard terms of business for a company (or sole trader) providing equipment or hardware maintenance services. The document is flexible, allowing for both B2B and B2C ...

Website terms and conditions (standard)

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These website terms and conditions include those clauses that we typically include in documentation for websites that: do not allow users to register, buy anything or publish any material on the website, do not have any unusual features, do not give rise to special legal risks, and do not need to take account of industry-specific regulations. In sophistication, the document sits between our website ...

Commission agreement

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This form of agreement is designed to be used to regulate the payment of commission by one contracting party to the other party. The obligation to pay commission may arise out of the provision of a service or some other act or event. For instance, it may arise out of the introduction of a customer. The second party is entitled to a percentage share calculated ...

Informational website terms and conditions

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This document has been designed to govern and regulate the use of a website that publishes information for users. An optional provision relating to the publication of an RSS feed is included. These T&Cs do not include provisions covering user accounts or user content. If your website will include either, you should consider our standard or premium website T&Cs documents. Moreover, these T& ...

Assignment of intellectual property rights

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This document can be used to assign (ie transfer ownership of) intellectual property rights. Those rights may be registered and/or unregistered rights. An assignment of registered intellectual property rights should usually itself be registered with the appropriate authorities. For instance, an assignment of a UK registered trade mark should be registered with the UK Intellectual Property Office using Form TM 16 (Application to record ...