Pre-Sale! Cancellation Agreement Template
Are you a service professional, such as a photographer, designer, videographer who works on a tight schedule with routine deadlines? Have you ever had a client try to cancel their contract with you at the last minute AFTER you have done a lot of work for them?
In that case, you may need this Cancellation Agreement. A cancellation agreement will allow both you and the client to exit your engagement gracefully and with a full understanding of what work will and will not be performed, what payments are owed (or may need to be refunded), and eliminate any misunderstandings so that both you and the client can avoid any future legal issues.
Please note that this is a pre-sale contract. For a discounted price, you understand that this contract will be drafted after purchase and available to you within 30 days for you to download.
- What’s Included
- Legal Template Features
- Legal Disclaimer
Some of the legal clauses included in this agreement are:
- Mutual Release of Liability
- Release of Future Contractual Obligations
- Confidentiality Agreement
- Intellectual Property Ownership
- Representations and Warranties
- Jurisdiction and Venue
- And many more!
Every template is prepared by an attorney at The Hart Law Firm, P.A. These contract templates are attorney drafted and reviewed, and created specifically with online entrepreneurs in mind.
Every template comes with an easy to complete online questionnaire. You will be provided with a link to visit an online questionnaire and instructions. These questionnaires include conditional logic that asks questions based on your previous responses. So no more wondering whether you are including the correct information in your contract!
After finishing your online interview, you will be able to download the template to your computer. You can edit the document as you wish, share it with your attorney for review, or even convert it to a PDF to insert into your favorite online signature software.
No complicated legal terms. Just easy to understand clauses and contract language.
Free updates. When we update this contract, we will notify you, free of charge and provide you with an updated contract template.
I live in Canada, the UK, the European Union, Australia, or somewhere else that is not within the United States. Can I still use your contracts?
While OSL contracts are suitable for all United States and its territories, they are not meant to be used in coutries other than the United States. If you live outside of the US, please do not purchase these contracts unless you are willing to have them reviewed by legal counsel in your personal jurisdiction.
That being said, if you own an LLC or Corporation that is registered in the United States, and all of your clients/customers are located in the United States, then these contracts will generally be applicable. However, we still recommend that you check with an attorney to confirm that the template you purchase meets all local rules in your country.
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We are fairly confident that you will be happy with the contract templates you purchase from us. However, we also understand that after you receive your template, it may not be 100% appropriate for your business. That's why we offer a 14-day, no questions asked, money-back guarantee. If you have any issues with your template at all, please let us know and we will work with you to make it right or else issue you a full refund.
Legal Disclaimer: By purchasing a template contract and/or document from The Hart Law Firm, P.A. d/b/a Hawthorn Law, you are not given access to any attorney and no attorney-client relationship is created.
All of our DIY legal template documents are drafted using general U.S. contract principles and are not state-specific. By purchasing this contract, you will get access to a easy to complete online questionnaire that will allow you to quickly create a customized legal contract for your business. After completing the questionnaire, you will be able to download an editable document that you modify on your own or find an attorney in your local jurisdiction to help you.