Under the Contract for the provision of services, the contractor undertakes to provide the services (to carry out certain actions or carry out certain activities) on the instructions of the customer, and the customer shall pay for these services.
As a rule, paid services agreements contain several standard clauses. So, in the contracts for the provision of services, the terms for the performance of work, the provision of services by the contractor must be clearly stated. Also, in the contracts for the provision of services, the mechanism for payment by the customer of the work or service should be prescribed. In addition, the place of work should be fixed in the contracts for the provision of services. In addition, contracts for the provision of services should contain a clause reflecting the subject of the contract.
If necessary, the contracts for the provision of services should provide a list of specific actions that should be performed by the contractor.
Thus, the contract for the provision of services must contain essential conditions, that is, those conditions without which a bilateral agreement cannot be considered valid.
The fact of fulfilling the terms of the contract for the provision of services is recognized at the time of signing the acceptance certificate.
PARTICIPANTS OF A RETURNED SERVICES PROVISION AGREEMENT
Customer (service recipient) - a person (legal entity or individual entrepreneur) who has the intention to order or purchase, or ordering, purchasing a service.
Contractor (service provider) - a person (individual or legal entity, or individual entrepreneur) providing a service.
The rules of the Contract for the provision of services apply to contracts for the provision of communication services, medical, veterinary, audit, consulting, information services, training services, tourist services, etc.
In this section you can familiarize yourself with the various types of paid services contracts.