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The Services: The Devil in the Detail

In a recent article (‘Contracts and the Need for Certainty’), we highlighted the importance of ensuring that a formal contract is in place with your Client(s). This helps ensure that both parties are aware of the terms of the appointment, and can assist in safeguarding your position should a dispute arise.

However, the simple fact that a Contract is in place can also be a double-edged sword if care is not taken when dealing with the services being provided.

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