A freelance writer agreement is used to hire freelancers/bloggers to write articles at an Agreed Price. This agreement is drafted in favour of the Customer.
The Writer shall with due care and diligence and in a good and professional manner carry out the Job with good quality and high standard output.
The Writer shall also comply with any instructions or variations issued by the Customer (or any authorised representative of the Customer) in relation to the Job.
The Writer shall comply with, and give all notices required by, any statute, any statutory instrument, rule or order or any regulation or bylaws applicable to the Job.
The Job shall be completed by the Completion Date. If it becomes apparent that the Job will not be completed by the Completion Date for good reason, then the Customer may grant such an extension of the time for completion as it thinks fair and reasonable to take account of the reasons for the delay.
All Intellectual Property and related materials, including but not limited to, moral rights, goodwill, trade secrets, applications for registrations or relevant registration, rights to any trademark, trade dress, patent, copyright, trade name, and industrial design (“Intellectual Property”) that is produced or developed under this Agreement. The Writer understands that the aforementioned is a “work for hire” and shall be the sole property of the Customer. The Customer’s use of the Intellectual Property shall not be restricted in any manner.
Both the Writer's and Customer's information should be provided in this agreement, along with their principal place of business.
The agreed price and completion date should also be specified, as well as clearly describe the type(s) of services to be provided by the Writer.
Both Parties should also provide the agreed Services, Price and time of completion/payment in the agreement. If any, they may also specify the amount of damages per week the Customer were to be entitled to if the Work could not be completed after the completion date.