A consultancy agreement allows a person or business to contract a consultant to perform services over a specific period of time or a specific deliverable.
Key features of the Legislate Consultancy Agreement
Allows a consultant to perform services on a hourly, daily, weekly basis for a fixed or on-going basis
Allows a consultant to deliver a deliverable
Lawyer reviewed and written in plain English
Clearly defines the obligations and rights of the Client and Consultant
Main benefits of managing your Consultants with Legislate
Easily manage the delivery of services and deliverables from your legislate dashboard
Give your consultants confidence in your company by adopting quick and efficient processes from the get-go
Access all the additional documents you need to grow you business including Non-disclosure agreements, employment agreements, privacy policies and staff handbooks
How to create a Consultancy Agreement with Legislate
To create a consultancy agreement on Legislate simply set the terms of the services and invite the client and consultant to the agreement. Once they have previewed the agreement and accepted the terms, they can both sign the agreement. The contract can be created by the client paying for the services or the consultant delivering the services.