Web Developer Statement of Work
The Web Developer Statement of Work is an additional SOW designed to be used with the Creators Legal Web Developer Agreement. It is used by a Web Development Company or Independent Provider and a Client to enter into an additional Statement of Work under the same Master Agreement. Industry Standard practice for many designers and developers is to use a Master Agreement with Terms and Conditions and Statements of Work as new projects develop.
The Web Developer Statement of Work will help you define the Scope of Work, Deliverables, Costs, and other essential terms for a smooth continuation of work between a Site Developer and a Client.
This Web Developer Statement of work is designed to be used with the Web Developer Agreement. It can be used as an independent document if General Terms and Conditions are documented elsewhere.
It covers the essential elements of the Statement of Work, such as:
- Scope of Work
- Payment Terms as Fixed or Hourly
- Hourly Rates for Work Outside the Scope of Work
- Intellectual Property Rights Ownership
- And More.
This Agreement outlines both parties’ rights, responsibilities, duties, and obligations.
Other names for this Document:
Statement of Work Website Development, Statement of Work Template, Scope of Work Template, Website SOW Template, Sample SOW For Website Development, SOW for Website Development, Web Development SOW, Site Development Statement of Work.
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What Is It?
The Web Developer Statement of Work is designed to be used with our Web Development Agreement. It outlines the Scope of Work to be completed by a Developer with a Client.
This Agreement covers:
- The Start Date of the Agreement
- The Number of the SOW
- The Service Period
- The Deliverables and Milestones
- Terms and Fees
How to Use This Document
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Some things you will need to build your Web Developer Statement of Work.
- Date of Original Master Services Agreement
- Names, Addresses, and Emails of the Parties
- Start Date
- Scope of Work
- Deliverables and Due Dates
- Fixed Fees, if any
- Hourly Rates, if any
- Controlling State in the Event of Dispute
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