What's the difference between a Service Agreement & Terms & Conditions of Business?
Thread poster: David Howard

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Sep 30, 2010

Hi there,

Can anyone please explain the difference between a Service Agreement (or contract) and Terms and Conditions of Business? Are both necessary when offering translation services or establishing and agreement with an agency/client, or can you just include your terms of business in the agreement?

Many thanks,

David


 


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