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Independent Contractor Agreement (for Contractors)


Manage expectations, enforce your rights, and get paid as an independent contractor.

When working as an independent contractor, it’s important not to engage in projects until you have a signed and legally-binding agreement in place. This easy-to-use and easy-to-customize contract template was created by a seasoned attorney and includes all of the major terms and conditions you need to protect yourself, your work, and your payment. 

Quick Details

What it is: A customizable contract template created for independent contractors.

Who it’s for: Anyone who considers themself an independent contractor (videographers, photographers, assistants, etc.).

When you need it: When engaging in work as an independent contractor.

Why you need it: As an independent contractor, you are your own boss and business. This agreement helps protect you and your rights, ensuring you’re legally covered should anything go awry.

Includes the following essential clauses: 

  • General Purpose
  • Services
  • Schedule
  • Contractor Responsibilities
  • Client Responsibilities
  • Independent Contractor Status
  • Contractor Warranties
  • Compensation
  • Expenses
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Intellectual Property Ownership
  • Confidentiality
  • Term + Termination
  • Notice
  • Other Business Activities
  • Non-Solicitation
  • Amendments
  • Binding Arbitration
  • Choice of Law
  • Counterparts
  • Severability
  • No Waiver
  • Force Majeure
  • Transfer
  • Assignment
  • Headings for Convenience
  • Entire Agreement
  • All Rights Reserved
  • Statement of Work covering:
    • Contractor Services + Deliverables
    • Client Deliverables
    • Schedules
    • Deadlines
    • Office Hours
    • Communications
    • Investment
    • Payment Schedule
    • Edits + Revisions
    • Refunds
    • Cancellations

Other info: If your business is looking for an agreement to send to an independent contractor you're working with, then head over here