Contract for Services

Contract for Services definition

/ˈkɒntrakt/ /for//ˈsəːvɪs/

What does Contract for Services mean?

A contract between a service provider and its customer, through which the service provider agrees to carry out a service for the customer. Examples include consultants and caterers.

Contract for Services explained

A contract for services can be used for the provision of services on a one-off or short term basis, under a long term arrangement or through a framework or master services agreement. The contract will specify the nature of the services expected, and should also include provisions on matters such as specification, service levels, price, performance, TUPE, data protection, warranties, limitation of liability, confidentiality, non-competition and IP ownership rights where applicable. A contract for services differs from a contract of service (or contract of employment), which is between an employer and a future employee. A service contract is a term used to describe a particular type of contract for services and which usually relates to the provision of an ongoing maintenance service.

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