If your existing contract needs a polish to protect you from an unforeseeable circumstance that will prevent you from doing your job, this clause is exactly what you need.
A Force Majeure event is an unforeseeable circumstance that does not allow either party involved to perform or complete the terms of the Contract. This clause lists the different types of unforeseen events (including pandemics) and how a party should notify a counterparty should an unforeseeable circumstance occur.
An “Inability to Perform” provision has also been included to outline how the parties can handle any payments made and how the contracting parties can move forward if choosing to do so.
This contract template comes with a video guide walking you through how to customize it, making the process totally straightforward. To ensure your peace of mind, this contract has been peer-reviewed by multiple attorneys.
Crafted with entrepreneurs in mind, this contract lays out specific provisions to ensure that both you and your client have clear expectations around working together, from start to finish.
Our five-point framework for clear communication includes –
Setting the tone of clarity, this clause is so clients understand when all payments are due, by giving both of you structure with your financial relationship.
Creating clear cut language, this clause is so clients know what to expect with their investment if one of you decides not to fulfill the terms of your agreement.
Intellectual Property Clause
Crafting intentional usage and ownership rights, this clause is to best serve you and your clients when it comes to copyright options, trademark rights, and idea ownership.
Cancellation & Rescheduling
Laying out calendar responsibilities, this clause is so clients have boundaries and options within your mutual commitment.
Setting boundaries for where your responsibilities begin and end, this clause is so clients are briefed on the limits of possible legal action.
Dispute Resolution Clause
Presenting options for solving conflicts, this clause is to best serve all parties fairly if the unexpected arises.
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