The exceptionally detailed client-friendly Complete Legal Boudoir Contract provides a clearly defined legal outline that protects both you and your client, by plainly expressing expectations of both parties. This comprehensive customizable contract ensures boudoir sessions will always come together beautifully and without complications. The easy-to-understand terms span 4 pages and can easily be mixed and matched into a variety of combinations, making it a fully customizable contract that can be tailored to a number of specific circumstances.
Complete Legal Boudoir Contract At a Glance:
• Customizable contract, with space for studio logo and contact information
• Clearly defined payment and fee guidelines for the client
• Expressed details that identify your studio rights and liabilities
• Session and production terms, to let clients know what they can expect during and after their boudoir session
• Clear expectations of the client, including items like conduct guidelines and expected punctuality (and consequential delay fees)
Interactive Adobe Acrobat PDF Included: designed to empower your business even further, you can send the PDF straight to your clients to complete from the comfort of their own computer or mobile device, like their iPad or iPhone! No more messy paperwork or trying to figure out how to create an online web form for clients to use. Simply download, add your studio information in Adobe Acrobat (full tutorial included) and send off to be completed! It's literally as easy as 1, 2, 3.
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