Freelancer Contractor Agreement Template in Notion

Freelancer Contractor Agreement Template in Notion

Want to make contractor agreements with little effort? We've built this template in Notion and we've tried to detail it as much as possible so we'd make your job easier.
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How to use the contractor agreement template in Notion

How to use the contractor agreement template in Notion

1. Go to the template

First of all, go to the Freelancer Contract Agreement template in Notion.

2. Copy the template

Now we need to click the "Duplicate" button in order to make a new page with the template.

3. Edit the agreement

Now that you have a new copy of the template, you can start editing the page!

Build agreement contracts easier

As you can see, we tried to detail this agreement contract  as much as possible so that you'd have help while writing. At the same time, when building this template, we wanted to make this template as easy to use as possible.

Found anything wrong in the document? No worries, you can easily change that. Head back to your Notion freelancer quote template and find your mistake. Click on the text, edit it the right way , and there you go! Everything's fine now.

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Be straight to the point

The key to a good freelancer contractor agreement is sounding clear and formal: you need to sound convincing and straight to the point. This way, you'll make sure that there won't be any misunderstanding. In the beginning of the contractor agreement, you can notice how we've added the phrase which states that both the contractor and the client have to agree to this contract.

Define terms and conditions

Up next, you want to define the terms and conditions so that the purpose of this contractor agreement is easily understood by every reader. As seen in our template, you can (and should) use headings and bullet points. When you consider that the work is done, double-check not only for typos, but for the content itself: make sure that you cover each aspect you wish. Within the template, we've added a few sections that are lethal to most of the contractor agreements.

Drop your signature

In the lowest side of the page, you should add your signature. Why? To sort of "officialise" the document, as this is quite an official piece. At the very end of the page, be sure to add a phrase that's similar to our phrase where we mention that the client agrees with the terms and policies that were previously mentioned. With this being said, you now have a strong contract agreement. Congrats!

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