Arts Law's sample agreements have been created to assist low income creators and organisations in drafting contracts suitable for their needs. They are produced with explanatory notes and sample wording for each clause.
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How to use a Sample Agreement
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Please note that the non-editable PDF version cannot be copy and pasted from.
Complete and edit the sample agreement to reflect the details of your transaction by following the instructions in the 'HOW TO USE THIS AGREEMENT' section of the sample agreement.
Once all the details of your transaction are finalised and you have agreed on all the terms of your contract with the other party, all the parties should sign the contract and keep a copy for their files.
Attention legal practitioners and commercial organisations
Arts Law's sample agreements are produced with explanatory notes and sample wording for each clause. They have been created to assist low income creators and organisations in drafting contracts suitable for their needs.
Arts Law is a not for profit company which relies on income from the sale of its publications to continue to provide low cost advice, services and publications to Australian creators. Permission is therefore not granted for the distribution or reproduction of this agreement in whole or in part other than for use in the drafting of an agreement for the original purchaser. Organisations or individuals wishing to distribute copies of these publications are requested to contact Arts Law.
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