Service agreement

I am in the process of starting a mobile DJ company. I have drafted a service agreement contract. Does it need to be reviewed by a lawyer before I give it to customers?

Asked over 3 years ago in British Columbia
Categories: Business Law

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Mike C Stewart, P.Eng

Answer by Mike C Stewart, P.Eng

VerifiedBritish Columbia lawyer

Congratulations! It's exciting starting your own business. You can give any contract you want to your customers, but the question you want to ask yourself is, will this agreement protect me in the event something goes wrong? Think about things like what will happen if the customer doesn't pay, or what will happen if I get sick and need to cancel a gig. I am happy to review yours, and beef it up to protect you better. It would probably cost you about $1000, but if you call me I can give you a better estimate. 

Posted over 3 years ago

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