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Website development agreements

If you’re in business it’s essential to have a website to promote your products and services online. Unless you’re skilled in the art of building a website, it’s likely you’ll need to engage the services of a web designer.

It’s essential to have a written agreement in place to ensure that both you and the designer are fully aware of the terms of service and more importantly, are fully protected should a dispute arise.

Our highly experienced team can draft a new website development agreement tailored to your business needs to include the following:

  • The service specification and scope
  • The payment terms, including any staged payments
  • Software licensing
  • Ownership of intellectual property rights
  • Acceptance and installation testing
  • Termination of the agreement
  • Any maintenance obligations

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