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Why do we need Consultancy Agreements?
If you have individuals or business entities who provide services to you or your business on a consultancy basis, you may want to seek comfort from agreed written terms setting out how the arrangement will work. Having clear documented terms can help minimise any dispute later on.
What should we include in a Consultancy Agreement?
We can advise you on the key terms which we would advise you include, taking into account the nature of your business and your aim or we can help you negotiate any terms with the Consultant, if required.
If you would like us to review or draft a Consultancy Agreement, please contact us.