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Producerramsden Producerramsden is offline
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I have just got our first job for our recently launched company - Can I write my own contract to my client - or should I get one written for me that is more legally standing? What should i put in it ?
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Hi,

If you are aged 16-30, you can register online with Shell LiveWIRE at http://www.shell-livewire.org/cgi-bin/register.pl (this is different to registering for the Mentor System), and access all of the information within the Be Your Own Boss section. You should then take a look at an article on writing your first contract:

http://www.shell-livewire.org/beyour...1046696102.082

You may also find the following website of use:

www.clickdocs.co.uk

If you have any doubts, I would suggest getting in touch with a business adviser at your local Business Link or enterprise agency.

Good luck with your business and keep us informed of your progress,

Lee
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Producerramsden Producerramsden is offline
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Thankyou for that - I cant see an business advisor in time, but the info on the link was very useful.

So if i follow the guidelines i dont need to have it checked by a solicitor?
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You don't have to, but if you want to be 100% certain in your mind that your contract is legal, then I'd advise running it by a solicitor.

Lee
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