This Marketing Consultant Terms and Conditions document set out the standard terms and conditions of the provision of services where you, the consultant, are supplying marketing consultancy services to a client on your terms. For use in the UK.
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This document set out the precise arrangements for the provision of services by a marketing consultant to a client taking into account the particular requirements of providing Marketing consultancy including: client restriction on direct recruiting, correction of proofs, and protection of 3rd party legal rights e.g. copyright.
An optional proposal document is also included so that you can provide your client with the specifics of the consultancy services you will provide along with your standard terms and conditions. Comprehensive guidance notes on how to customise the document to suit your business are also provided.
You must bring your terms and conditions to the attention of the other party in a way which will allow them to be incorporated into the contract. If the terms and conditions are set out on the reverse of any proposal supplied to the client, you should always ensure you fax both pages of a double sided document and consider inserting a reference on the front page to your terms and conditions on the reverse.
A set of standard terms and conditions, such as this document, is useful when you conduct business by presenting your terms along with a proposal to your client for their acceptance. If, however, you conduct business by drawing up a contract which is signed by both parties then you might be interested in our range of general Consultancy Agreements. Either style of document can be used to specify the terms of a consultancy project - it just depends on how you choose to conduct business.
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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: