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A contract is an agreement between a freelancer and a client to work based on some outlined terms and conditions. This particular contract can be an intricate document having several pages. This number of pages is dependent on the project involved. For a contract not to be void, the agreement should be done base on the following terms of work, limitation, deadline, and the scope of work among others. When this is done, the stress levels and misunderstanding between the two parties will be reduced to the barest minimum.

Branding is done to protect intellectual property. When two parties are involved, a contract is essential. Selling your work as a freelancer can be likened to selling a property that is tangible such as a house or a vehicle. Following our branding contract template, you can create your branding contract. To ensure that this template suits your branding services. Then you should find the following tips helpful so as to adjust it to your taste.

1. Information about the client

It is significant to provide well-detailed information in the branding contract about your client. This information involves the client name, e-mail address, phone number, name of organization and address. This detailed information would make you have more knowledge of your client. Other details could be added apart from the listed ones.

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2. Information about the project

The freelancing service that you are offering the client must be stated. For illustration, “all brands will be done in such a way that it will be in agreement with the client descriptions and specifications.” The project should be professionally designed using all the necessary tools.  Then, the file format of the final branding contract should be suitable for easy access.

3. The price of project and terms of payment

The price of the project is estimated based on the package price that was agreed on for the entire project. A 10 percent sales tax is not often included in the quoted price.  Also, there is always a computer-based service charge on the total fee if payment is agreed to be done by both parties through PayPal. This extra service charge should either be included or excluded in the branding contract. 

4. Final payment terms

The final payment terms should be stated in your freelance branding contract. For example, it must be stated clearly that “the client will receive an invoice that is well itemized before the final delivery”. Apart from this, the percentage deposited made before the project began and the final payment after the job should be included in the final payment terms. Also, it should be stated that the delivery will be done when the check of all the final file is cleared.

5. Revisions

Unlimited revision is not included in the total price paid for the project. The revision can be limited to small corrections rather than a total do-over if the communication between the client and the freelancer is excellent. It is quite understandable that improper communication could result in do-overs. Therefore, you should have good communication skills to ensure the overall success of the freelance project. 

6. Ownership of branding

It should be stated that until full payment has been made by the client, the freelancing service agency retains the ownership of the files.  However, if the full payment is made then the original branding contract files become the property of the client. This suggests that the ownership of the branding file is dependent on the full payment.

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Conclusion

A good branding contract doesn’t involve ambiguous language having lots of legal terms. It should be written in a language that is clear, easy to read and easy to understand for both the freelancer and the client. Professionally prepared branding contract template could be used to draft your final copy.

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