A contract should clearly and accurately reflect what you and the hirer have agreed and set out exactly what you expect from each other. If you cannot agree about a matter, you may need to discuss it in more detail so you better understand each other’s point of view. Do not enter into a contract hoping to sort it out later, because once it is signed the terms will be legally binding. A dispute is less likely if you and the other party are happy with the terms of a contract from the start.
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