Realizing projects together
With a contract for work and services (or service contract), the contractor undertakes to provide the client with a service or to produce a completed work (e.g. furnishings, texts, websites etc.) for an agreed fee.
The contractor is an independent contractor and is responsible for all social benefits. After completion of the work, the contractor is entitled to a fee as stipulated in the contract for work.
When creating the work, the contractor is not subject to instructions and must carry out the work according to his own plan; this must be done using his own resources. The use of assistants and substitutes is possible.
In the case of a contract for work and services, the contractor is liable not only for due diligence but also for any defects in his work (warranty). He also bears the risk of failure.
- Drafting of the service contract
- Clear definition of rights and obligations
- Coordination with specialised lawyers
Advantages and Benefits
- Tailor-made service contract
- Simple and fast communication
- Minimisation of legal uncertainties
- Advice from specialised lawyers
When a client and a contractor want to implement a work or a project together, risks and obligations arise for both parties. It is recommended to have a written contract for work and services which provides clear regulations.
- Preparation of an individualised service contract tailored to the planned project
- Included legal advice (up to 1 hour)
- Communication: personal, telephone, e-mail, video call etc.