This Marketing Consultant Terms and Conditions document sets out standard terms and conditions of the provision of marketing consultancy to a client on your terms. For use by consultants in the UK.
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This document set out the terms and conditions of providing marketing consultant services to a client. The particular requirements of providing Marketing consultancy are covered by clauses addressing: client restriction on direct recruiting, correction of proofs, and protection of 3rd party legal rights e.g. copyright.
An optional proposal document is also provided with the template so that you can provide your client with the details of the consultancy services you will deliver along with your standard terms and conditions. Also included are guidance notes on how to customise the document to suit your consultancy.
It's important that you bring your terms and conditions to the attention of your client in a way that allows them to become incorporated into the resulting contract. If you choose to print your terms and conditions on the back of the proposal form then you should think about also inserting a reference on the front page to your terms and conditions on the reverse.
This style of document - a set of standard terms and conditions - is intended for use when you engage with a client by presenting your terms along with a proposal for their consideration. If, however, you prefer to have a draw up contract which is signed by you and your client then you might like to look at our range of general Consultancy Agreements.
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You can view a sample Marketing Consultant T&Cs document by following this link: View Sample.
This Marketing Consultant Terms and Conditions document is suitable for use in England and Wales or Scotland. It includes the following clauses: