Sample translation outsourcing contract in Japanese?
Thread poster: gyoliver
gyoliver
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Japanese to English
Feb 1, 2009

Does anyone know of a site which provides a sample of a contract in Japanese that a translation outsourcer would use to hire a freelance translator? I just recently started translating and the outsourcer I work for hasn't supplied a contract, instead asking me to provide him with one. He has paid me (at the agreed price, which I'm finding is too low), but I naturally feel the need to have some sort of document that specifies the terms of the services I provide.

He did send me a sample contract, which has a good measure of legalese. So, alternatively, if anyone is willing to take a brief look at it, I'd be very grateful.


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