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Do I need separate Agreements per Project in a partnership?

Thread title: Do I need separate Agreements per Project in a partnership?
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07-01-2012, 07:46 PM
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Hello Everyone,

I am going to be working or partnering up with someone to work on websites. We are both two separate sole proprietors working under a business name. Through his business this person knows people who need websites. This person does not know how to build websites and that is where I come in. I am not sure what to do in terms of agreements.

I am in the works of finishing a business/project agreement with this person kind of like a proposal with a regular web design client except I am tailoring it towards our relationship etc. This person of the business I would be working with would have another agreement for the clients. My question is, do I need separate agreements per project with this person I am working with or just the main business/project agreement for as long as we are working together on projects?

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If you're really not certain how the professional relationship will play out, then write an agreement for this one project. Otherwise, a blanket agreement is fine. Just remember to include an agreement termination date.

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Originally Posted by Lowengard View Post
If you're really not certain how the professional relationship will play out, then write an agreement for this one project. Otherwise, a blanket agreement is fine. Just remember to include an agreement termination date.

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Thank you very much again. What is a blanket agreement? I was trying to figure out if there was a way to have one ultimate agreement that I can use for all projects, but I am not sure on how to go about this one.

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You can mention all the terms and conditions for all projects in one agreement...

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