What Is a Service Contract?
A Service Contract - also known as a Service Agreement or an Agreement for Services - is an agreement between a service provider and their client or customer. The service provider agrees to provide services, ranging from individually designed (like reading to the blind) to professional services like computer programming, and the client agrees to pay for these services.
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Service Contract Terms and Conditions
This document obliges both parties for certain actions, which results in expectations of each other. It also sets forth the obligations of the parties involved and determines their relationship. The customer has certain expectations or opinions of the service provider, for example, that the latter has the experience, abilities and necessary qualifications to be able to provide the service. The service provider expects, in turn, to be paid for these services on time.
This document protects both parties by outlining the expectations of the parties involved. It normally includes information on payments, the mode of payment, deadlines, and job duties. It may also mention service quality and third-party contractors, if applicable.