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Last updated on 4 September 2019
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Here's a guide to what you should include in a contract, with advice to help you tailor this to the value and importance of what you've purchased and who you've bought from.

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Contents

  1. Who should carry out this step
  2. Categorise the value and importance of the contract
  3. Seek legal advice
  4. How to tailor the contract to the value and importance
  5. Detailing the scope and quality of service 
  6. What to include in the exit strategy
  7. Final considerations

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