Ideas for a short, simple contract

Richard Brindley

Your column keeps recommending standard appointment contracts and convoluted clauses that would frighten away most of my clients. In the real world, it is impossible to get clients to sign up to anything legalistic and more than a page or two long. What practical suggestions do you have for short, ...

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