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Confidentiality Deed

A Confidentiality Deed is a binding legal document which holds those with access to confidential information accountable. Confidentiality Deeds can be used to bind company employees to confidentiality, as well as external parties (like contractors) who you need to grant access to your internal information.

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Employment Agreement

An Employment Agreement denotes the legal relationship between employers and their employees. A well-written Agreement details the scope of the relationship and the requirements and expectations of the role, as well as remuneration. It also should comply with the Fair Work Act and any associated awards and/or state-based employment legislation.

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Independent Contractor Agreement

Independent Contractor Agreements govern the relationship between outside individuals/companies engaged by the business, and the business itself. It can protect you from future disputes regarding employment status and performance and allows you to hold contractors accountable. The Agreement may also denote intellectual property ownership and rights for the work undertaken.

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Internship Agreement

An Internship Agreement allows you to engage interns (paid or unpaid) to work within the business for a defined period. Having a properly drafted Internship Agreement provides security against disputes. It will also denote the intern’s role and future opportunities within the business.

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Non-Disclosure Deed

A Non-Disclosure Deed (NDD) is a way to share confidential information with another person or company and ensure that the information is kept confidential. It is a binding agreement which ensures that the information you disclose is only used for the agreed upon purpose.

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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policies outline how and why your business collects, stores and uses personal information. It informs both the business and your customers about why you require their data, and the processes for collecting, storing and using that data. Accordingly, it is good business practice to have one in place.

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Services Agreement

Services Agreements govern the relationship between service providers and their clients, and delineates the services to be provided, as well as clear obligations between the parties. Services Agreements can significantly protect your business against any claims for breach of contract or other civil liability claims which may arise from providing the service.

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Supply Agreement

A Supply Agreement is an agreement that governs the relationship between the supplier of products (you) and the client/customer. A Supply Agreement can significantly protect you and your business against any claims for breach of contract or other civil liability claims which may arise from providing the product.

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Waiver

A Waiver is a document which seeks to relinquish legal rights/interests if someone is injured or damage is caused. For businesses which contain an element of risk of injury, waivers are a viable and valid defence to any civil claim of negligence (where negligence is unfounded).

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Website Disclaimer

For websites, a Disclaimer can help minimise the website operators’ responsibility for any damage caused to users. Businesses running a website could benefit from a Disclaimer. This is because it may reduce a business’ liability in the event the website is misused, or if it causes harm/damage to a user.

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Website Terms of Use

A Website Terms of Use (WTOU) is a legal document which creates rules for how your users interact with the website. Essentially, it outlines what they can and can’t do and generally, the WTOU includes a disclaimer to limit liability, for when users circumvent the WTOU or break the rules.

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