Contract for Services Agreement - Writer (England and Wales)

This Contract for Services Agreement (also referred to as "Work for Hire Agreement") for a writer is designed for use in England and Wales. This legal form is available for immediate download.

For Immediate Download

£8.95 Add to Cart
60-Day Money Back Guarantee
Please select a state

File types included

  • Microsoft Word
  • Adobe PDF
  • WordPerfect
  • Rich Text Format

Compatible with

  • Windows
  • Mac OS X
  • Linux

For Immediate Download

£8.95 Add to Cart
60-Day Money Back Guarantee
Please select a state

Lawyer prepared

Our forms are kept up-to-date and accurate by our lawyers

Unlike other sites, every document on FindLegalForms.com is prepared by a lawyer, so you can be sure that you are getting a form that is accurate and valid in the United Kingdom.

Verified in the United Kingdom

Our forms are guaranteed
to be valid in the United Kingdom

Our team works tirelessly to keep our products current. As the laws change in the United Kingdom, so do our forms.

Over 3,500,000
satisfied customers

In over 10 years of creating and selling legal forms, our focus has never changed: providing our customers high quality legal products, low prices and an experience that takes some confusion out of the law.

60-Days Money Back

Try our forms with no risk

If you are unhappy with your form purchase for any reason at all, contact us within 60 days and we will refund 100% of your money back.
Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 the creator of a work is the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in that work. The copyright becomes the property of the creator immediately and automatically as soon as the work in question is written down. In cases of employment, the person or entity that hires the individual to create the work will be the owner of the copyright in that work. This form will assist in drafting a Contract for Services Agreement hiring a writer to create a written work as an independent contractor.

Among others, this form includes the following provisions:
  • Contract for Services
  • Assignment
  • Payment and Delivery
  • Contractor’s Representations and Warranties
  • Independent Contractor
This lawyer-prepared packet contains:
  1. General Instructions
  2. Information
  3. Contract for Services Agreement – Writer for use in England and Wales
Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of England and Wales
This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.












Contract for Services Agreement  Writer
(England and Wales)


  









This Packet Includes:
   1. General Instructions
   2. Information
   3. Contract for Services Agreement (Writer)






General Instructions
 Contract for Services Agreement - Writer

   This kit includes information and tools that will assist you in drafting a contract for services” agreement for the production of a written work.

   Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the creator of a work is the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in that work.  The copyright becomes the property of the creator immediately and automatically as soon as the work in question is set in a fixed form (i.e., a text is fixed when it is written down).

   However, in cases of employment, the person or entity that hires the creator to create the work will be the owner of the copyright in that work.  Such a work is called a contract for services.”  

   Included in this kit is a sample form for drafting a Contract for services Agreement for a Writer, hiring an independent contractor to create a written work as a contract for services.”  The kit should be used to draft your own agreement, but you are advised to have a competent copyright solicitor review the agreement before you sign it.









Information
Contract for Services Agreement (Writers)

The term “copyright” generally refers to the statutorily created rights, governed by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (c. 48).

Creation of a Copyright

While one may register a copyright with the U.K. Copyright service,  copyrights actually attach automatically to a work of art, a text, or any other creative work.  Once the work is “fixed” in a particular medium, the copyright attaches to it.  It protects the creator, and affords him/her the rights of a copyright holder, whether the holder takes any action to register the copyright or not.

In order to be fixed, a work must simply be given some tangible or permanent form.  For instance, a song is fixed once it is recorded; a text is copyrighted once it is written.

While registering a work with the Copyright service is not necessary in order to enjoy the rights of a copyright holder, it does provide independent proof of your work and acts as evidence in the court of law available time after time without losing validity. Moreover, Copyright registration is a fairly simple process.  To register a work with the U.K. Copyright service, please visit our website at www.findlegalforms.com, and click the copyright link.

Copyright Holder

Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (CDPA), a copyright is held by the creator of the work.  For example, when an artist creates a sculpture, the copyright automatically attaches to the sculpture, with the artist being the holder of that copyright.

However, in cases of employment, subject to any agreement to the contrary, the party that hires the creator to create the work is considered to be the copyright owner, and the work is considered to be a contract for services.”  In this situation, the employer enjoys all the rights and protections afforded by the copyright statute.

Rights Enjoyed by Copyright Holder



Copyrights confer upon their holder a number of rights and protections.  These rights are “bundled” together under the copyright umbrella, affording the copyright holder the ability to use, sell, or transfer the copyrighted material in virtually any manner he/she wishes.  This bundle of rights includes the right to sell the copyrighted material, the right to copy it, the right to adapt it to another medium, the right to perform it, and the right to publish it.  This list is not exhaustive, and there are a host of other rights included within the copyright bundle of rights.



The rights conferred upon a copyright holder by law are exclusive; that is, they belong solely to the copyright holder.  However, the copyright holder is entitled to licence or assign those rights to a third party.  The copyright holder can choose to licence all of the rights, or only certain specific rights.  In a licence agreement, the rights are generally licensed for a defined period of time, after which the rights revert back to the copyright holder.

Contract for Services

There are two general situations in which a work will be considered to be a contract for services.  The first is where an employee creates a work within the scope of his or her employment.  In that case, the work may be considered to be a contract for services, and the employer may be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the work.

The agreement included in this kit addresses the second case, in which an independent contractor is hired specifically to create a work for the employer.  In this case, the work may be considered to be a contract for services, and the employer may be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the work.







DISCLAIMER:

FindLegalForms, Inc. (“FLF”) is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice.  The use of these materials is not a substitute for legal advice. Only a solicitor can provide legal advice.  A solicitor should be consulted for all serious legal matters.  No Solicitor-Client relationship is created by use of these materials.  

THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED “AS-IS.  FLF DOES NOT GIVE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY OR COMPLETENESS FOR ANY OF THE MATERIALS FOR YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS.  THE MATERIALS ARE USED AT YOUR OWN RISK.  IN NO EVENT WILL:  I) FLF, ITS AGENTS, PARTNERS, OR AFFILIATES; OR II) THE PROVIDERS, AUTHORS OR PUBLISHERS OF ITS MATERIALS, BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATE OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER USED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS. 



Writers Contract for Services Agreement
for
      (Writers Name)      

THIS AGREEMENT is made this         day of            , 20     , by and between                             (“Employer”) and                                (“Contractor”, and collectively, the “Parties”).

WHEREAS, Employer wishes to engage Contractor to create    (Briefly describe the written work to be produced)          (the “Work”) as a contract for services;

AND WHEREAS, the Parties both intend for Employer to be considered the author of the Work for the purposes of all copyright and intellectual property issues, and for Employer to be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the Work;

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, covenants, warranties, and other good and valuable consideration set forth herein, the Parties agree as follows:

1.   Contract for Services.  After the execution of this Agreement, Contractor shall commence production of the Work.  The Work shall be a work commissioned by the Employer, and Employer shall own the Work, and shall be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the Work, including all rights of copyright registration, renewal and extension.  Employer shall also be considered to be the author of the Work for the purposes of U.K. copyright law.  Contractor shall make no claim to ownership of the copyright in the Work, nor shall Contractor attempt to exercise any rights, privileges or protections afforded to a copyright holder.  Contractor waives all moral rights in the Work.

2.   Assignment.  If for any reason the Work shall be deemed not to be a contract for services, then Contractor hereby transfers and assigns all rights, ownership and interest in the Work to Employer, including all interest in the copyright in the Work, and in any other intellectual property or moral rights in the Work.

3.   Payment.  Subject to the terms and conditions of Section 4 below, Employer shall pay Contractor a total sum of           Sterling Pounds (£ _____________), divided into the following instalments:
   
a.   Upon execution of this Agreement, Employer shall pay Contractor a sum of        Sterling Pounds (£ _____________) (the “Advance”).  The Advance shall be paid in full to Contractor within 7 days of the execution of this Agreement.
b.   When the Work is completed and delivered to Employer, Employer shall pay Contractor a sum of        Sterling Pounds (£ _____________) (the “Delivery Payment”).  The Delivery Payment shall be paid in full to Contractor within 14 days of the delivery of the work.

4.   Delivery.  

a.   The Work shall be completed and delivered to Employer on or prior to             , 20    (the “Scheduled Delivery Date”).  The Work will meet the following criteria in terms of form and quality upon delivery:                                                                                                  
b.   If Contractor fails to deliver the Work to Employer by the Scheduled Delivery Date, Employer shall have a right to terminate this Agreement as set forth in Subsection (b) of this Section 4, and to recoup the Advance from Contractor.  In the event that Employer wishes to terminate this Agreement and recoup the Advance from the Contractor due to a failure to deliver the Work by the Scheduled Delivery Date, Employer must send written notice of such termination and desire to recoup (the “Termination Notice”) to Contractor within 14 days of the date of termination.

c.   If Contractor delivers the Work to Employer after the Scheduled Delivery Date, Employer accepts delivery of the Work, and Contractor has not yet received a Termination Notice from Employer, then Employers right to terminate this Agreement and recoup the Advance pursuant to Subsection (b) of this Section 4 shall become null and void.  If Employer refuses to accept delivery of the Work when Contractor attempts to deliver the Work after the Scheduled Delivery Date, then Employers right to terminate this Agreement and recoup the Advance pursuant to Subsection (b) of this Section 4 shall remain intact and exercisable.

5.  Contractors Representations and Warranties.  

a.   Contractor represents and warrants that Contractor has obtained all rights, clearances, licences, or other permissions necessary for the production of the Work, and that the Work does not infringe on the rights of any other person or entity, including any copyright or other intellectual property rights.
b.   Contractor represents and warrants that Contractor is the only creator of the Work, and has the legal ability and standing to execute this Agreement without the consent of any other person or entity.
c.   Contractor represents and warrants that it has not granted, nor will it attempt to grant in the future, any other person or entity any rights or interest in the Work or in the copyright in the Work.

6.   Indemnification.  Contractor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Employer from any claims, actions, suits, damages, or other costs arising out of any breach of the representations and warranties set forth in Section 5 above.
7.   Independent Contractor.  Contractor is an independent contractor providing services to Employer, and is not an employee of Employer.  Nothing in this Agreement is intended to create or demonstrate an employment relationship between Contractor and Employer.

8.   Further Acts.  Contractor agrees to carry out any further actions necessary to ensure that Employer secures the copyright and other intellectual property rights in the Work.

9.   Governing Law.  This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with, and governed in all respects by, the laws of England & Wales, without regard to conflicts of law principles.
   
10.   Counterparts.   This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, each of which shall constitute an original and all of which, when taken together, shall constitute one agreement.

11.   Severability.   If any part or parts of this Agreement shall be held unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. If any provision of this Agreement is deemed invalid or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, and if limiting such provision would make the provision valid, then such provision shall be deemed to be construed as so limited.

12.   Notice.   Any notice required or otherwise given pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and mailed certified return receipt requested, postage prepaid, or delivered by overnight delivery service, addressed as follows:

   If to Employer:      
      
      
      

   If to Contractor:         
         
      
      

13.   Headings.   The headings for section herein are for convenience only and shall not affect the meaning of the provisions of this Agreement.

14.   Entire Agreement.   This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Employer and Contractor, and supersedes any prior understanding or representation of any kind preceding the date of this Agreement. There are no other promises, conditions, understandings or other agreements, whether oral or written, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written.


EMPLOYER

                                               
Signature
                                                
Print Name
                                                
Title
CONTRACTOR

                                                  
Signature
                                               
Print Name


Number of Pages8
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#33783
This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.












Contract for Services Agreement  Writer
(England and Wales)


  









This Packet Includes:
   1. General Instructions
   2. Information
   3. Contract for Services Agreement (Writer)






General Instructions
 Contract for Services Agreement - Writer

   This kit includes information and tools that will assist you in drafting a contract for services” agreement for the production of a written work.

   Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the creator of a work is the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in that work.  The copyright becomes the property of the creator immediately and automatically as soon as the work in question is set in a fixed form (i.e., a text is fixed when it is written down).

   However, in cases of employment, the person or entity that hires the creator to create the work will be the owner of the copyright in that work.  Such a work is called a contract for services.”  

   Included in this kit is a sample form for drafting a Contract for services Agreement for a Writer, hiring an independent contractor to create a written work as a contract for services.”  The kit should be used to draft your own agreement, but you are advised to have a competent copyright solicitor review the agreement before you sign it.









Information
Contract for Services Agreement (Writers)

The term “copyright” generally refers to the statutorily created rights, governed by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (c. 48).

Creation of a Copyright

While one may register a copyright with the U.K. Copyright service,  copyrights actually attach automatically to a work of art, a text, or any other creative work.  Once the work is “fixed” in a particular medium, the copyright attaches to it.  It protects the creator, and affords him/her the rights of a copyright holder, whether the holder takes any action to register the copyright or not.

In order to be fixed, a work must simply be given some tangible or permanent form.  For instance, a song is fixed once it is recorded; a text is copyrighted once it is written.

While registering a work with the Copyright service is not necessary in order to enjoy the rights of a copyright holder, it does provide independent proof of your work and acts as evidence in the court of law available time after time without losing validity. Moreover, Copyright registration is a fairly simple process.  To register a work with the U.K. Copyright service, please visit our website at www.findlegalforms.com, and click the copyright link.

Copyright Holder

Under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (CDPA), a copyright is held by the creator of the work.  For example, when an artist creates a sculpture, the copyright automatically attaches to the sculpture, with the artist being the holder of that copyright.

However, in cases of employment, subject to any agreement to the contrary, the party that hires the creator to create the work is considered to be the copyright owner, and the work is considered to be a contract for services.”  In this situation, the employer enjoys all the rights and protections afforded by the copyright statute.

Rights Enjoyed by Copyright Holder



Copyrights confer upon their holder a number of rights and protections.  These rights are “bundled” together under the copyright umbrella, affording the copyright holder the ability to use, sell, or transfer the copyrighted material in virtually any manner he/she wishes.  This bundle of rights includes the right to sell the copyrighted material, the right to copy it, the right to adapt it to another medium, the right to perform it, and the right to publish it.  This list is not exhaustive, and there are a host of other rights included within the copyright bundle of rights.



The rights conferred upon a copyright holder by law are exclusive; that is, they belong solely to the copyright holder.  However, the copyright holder is entitled to licence or assign those rights to a third party.  The copyright holder can choose to licence all of the rights, or only certain specific rights.  In a licence agreement, the rights are generally licensed for a defined period of time, after which the rights revert back to the copyright holder.

Contract for Services

There are two general situations in which a work will be considered to be a contract for services.  The first is where an employee creates a work within the scope of his or her employment.  In that case, the work may be considered to be a contract for services, and the employer may be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the work.

The agreement included in this kit addresses the second case, in which an independent contractor is hired specifically to create a work for the employer.  In this case, the work may be considered to be a contract for services, and the employer may be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the work.







DISCLAIMER:

FindLegalForms, Inc. (“FLF”) is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice.  The use of these materials is not a substitute for legal advice. Only a solicitor can provide legal advice.  A solicitor should be consulted for all serious legal matters.  No Solicitor-Client relationship is created by use of these materials.  

THESE MATERIALS ARE PROVIDED “AS-IS.  FLF DOES NOT GIVE ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY OR COMPLETENESS FOR ANY OF THE MATERIALS FOR YOUR PARTICULAR NEEDS.  THE MATERIALS ARE USED AT YOUR OWN RISK.  IN NO EVENT WILL:  I) FLF, ITS AGENTS, PARTNERS, OR AFFILIATES; OR II) THE PROVIDERS, AUTHORS OR PUBLISHERS OF ITS MATERIALS, BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATE OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER USED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THESE MATERIALS. 



Writers Contract for Services Agreement
for
      (Writers Name)      

THIS AGREEMENT is made this         day of            , 20     , by and between                             (“Employer”) and                                (“Contractor”, and collectively, the “Parties”).

WHEREAS, Employer wishes to engage Contractor to create    (Briefly describe the written work to be produced)          (the “Work”) as a contract for services;

AND WHEREAS, the Parties both intend for Employer to be considered the author of the Work for the purposes of all copyright and intellectual property issues, and for Employer to be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the Work;

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, covenants, warranties, and other good and valuable consideration set forth herein, the Parties agree as follows:

1.   Contract for Services.  After the execution of this Agreement, Contractor shall commence production of the Work.  The Work shall be a work commissioned by the Employer, and Employer shall own the Work, and shall be the sole and exclusive owner of the copyright in the Work, including all rights of copyright registration, renewal and extension.  Employer shall also be considered to be the author of the Work for the purposes of U.K. copyright law.  Contractor shall make no claim to ownership of the copyright in the Work, nor shall Contractor attempt to exercise any rights, privileges or protections afforded to a copyright holder.  Contractor waives all moral rights in the Work.

2.   Assignment.  If for any reason the Work shall be deemed not to be a contract for services, then Contractor hereby transfers and assigns all rights, ownership and interest in the Work to Employer, including all interest in the copyright in the Work, and in any other intellectual property or moral rights in the Work.

3.   Payment.  Subject to the terms and conditions of Section 4 below, Employer shall pay Contractor a total sum of           Sterling Pounds (£ _____________), divided into the following instalments:
   
a.   Upon execution of this Agreement, Employer shall pay Contractor a sum of        Sterling Pounds (£ _____________) (the “Advance”).  The Advance shall be paid in full to Contractor within 7 days of the execution of this Agreement.
b.   When the Work is completed and delivered to Employer, Employer shall pay Contractor a sum of        Sterling Pounds (£ _____________) (the “Delivery Payment”).  The Delivery Payment shall be paid in full to Contractor within 14 days of the delivery of the work.

4.   Delivery.  

a.   The Work shall be completed and delivered to Employer on or prior to             , 20    (the “Scheduled Delivery Date”).  The Work will meet the following criteria in terms of form and quality upon delivery:                                                                                                  
b.   If Contractor fails to deliver the Work to Employer by the Scheduled Delivery Date, Employer shall have a right to terminate this Agreement as set forth in Subsection (b) of this Section 4, and to recoup the Advance from Contractor.  In the event that Employer wishes to terminate this Agreement and recoup the Advance from the Contractor due to a failure to deliver the Work by the Scheduled Delivery Date, Employer must send written notice of such termination and desire to recoup (the “Termination Notice”) to Contractor within 14 days of the date of termination.

c.   If Contractor delivers the Work to Employer after the Scheduled Delivery Date, Employer accepts delivery of the Work, and Contractor has not yet received a Termination Notice from Employer, then Employers right to terminate this Agreement and recoup the Advance pursuant to Subsection (b) of this Section 4 shall become null and void.  If Employer refuses to accept delivery of the Work when Contractor attempts to deliver the Work after the Scheduled Delivery Date, then Employers right to terminate this Agreement and recoup the Advance pursuant to Subsection (b) of this Section 4 shall remain intact and exercisable.

5.  Contractors Representations and Warranties.  

a.   Contractor represents and warrants that Contractor has obtained all rights, clearances, licences, or other permissions necessary for the production of the Work, and that the Work does not infringe on the rights of any other person or entity, including any copyright or other intellectual property rights.
b.   Contractor represents and warrants that Contractor is the only creator of the Work, and has the legal ability and standing to execute this Agreement without the consent of any other person or entity.
c.   Contractor represents and warrants that it has not granted, nor will it attempt to grant in the future, any other person or entity any rights or interest in the Work or in the copyright in the Work.

6.   Indemnification.  Contractor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Employer from any claims, actions, suits, damages, or other costs arising out of any breach of the representations and warranties set forth in Section 5 above.
7.   Independent Contractor.  Contractor is an independent contractor providing services to Employer, and is not an employee of Employer.  Nothing in this Agreement is intended to create or demonstrate an employment relationship between Contractor and Employer.

8.   Further Acts.  Contractor agrees to carry out any further actions necessary to ensure that Employer secures the copyright and other intellectual property rights in the Work.

9.   Governing Law.  This Agreement shall be construed in accordance with, and governed in all respects by, the laws of England & Wales, without regard to conflicts of law principles.
   
10.   Counterparts.   This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, each of which shall constitute an original and all of which, when taken together, shall constitute one agreement.

11.   Severability.   If any part or parts of this Agreement shall be held unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. If any provision of this Agreement is deemed invalid or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, and if limiting such provision would make the provision valid, then such provision shall be deemed to be construed as so limited.

12.   Notice.   Any notice required or otherwise given pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and mailed certified return receipt requested, postage prepaid, or delivered by overnight delivery service, addressed as follows:

   If to Employer:      
      
      
      

   If to Contractor:         
         
      
      

13.   Headings.   The headings for section herein are for convenience only and shall not affect the meaning of the provisions of this Agreement.

14.   Entire Agreement.   This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Employer and Contractor, and supersedes any prior understanding or representation of any kind preceding the date of this Agreement. There are no other promises, conditions, understandings or other agreements, whether oral or written, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written.


EMPLOYER

                                               
Signature
                                                
Print Name
                                                
Title
CONTRACTOR

                                                  
Signature
                                               
Print Name


You've found your form, but will you need others? If there are other related forms you may need in the future, it may be beneficial to look at our combo packages. On average, customers who purchase a combo package save 40% on the related forms they need. Take a look at the combo packages below to see if one is right for you.
Contract for Services Agreements Combo Package (England) Get 7 forms for just £25.95 Save 56%! This Contract for Services Agreements Forms Combo Package is designed for use in England and Wales. This combo package is available for immediate download.

Looking for something else?