WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT & HOSTING AGREEMENT
Summary A Website Development and Hosting Agreement may be used by a website developer to contract with clients. It sets out the parties’ rights and obligations related to the design, development, maintenance and hosting services associated with developing and maintaining a website.
Why do I need a Website Development and Hosting Agreement? A Website Development and Hosting Agreement helps to establish the terms of the website designer’s relationship with the Client, including payment terms. If your business provides a website development and hosting service to clients, then you may use an agreement to contract with your Clients.
Tip: Before delving into the details of the new website, a Non-Disclosure Agreement can help to protect the customer’s IP and the web developer’s concepts and ideas.
What does the Web Development and Hosting Contract say? The template Ts & Cs consist of: Introduction; Website development and maintenance; Hosting; Other services; Fees; General.
What does the sample Web Development Agreement look like? The template can be printed onto three pages.
What do you need to do to use the Agreement?
- Read the sample agreement to ensure that it suits your requirements. Make changes as required.
- Complete the first page with the relevant details, get your Client to sign, and you sign in acknowledgement.
- Attach your services proposal and website specifications to the agreement.
Also known as: Website Development and Hosting Terms and Conditions; Website Development and Hosting Contract; Website Design Agreement; Website Design Terms and Conditions; Website Design Contract
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