When an individual bartender or a company providing bartending services agrees to render a bartender service to a client, this Bartending Agreement shall apply. With this agreement, the bartender and the client can determine their relationship and work terms. Both parties can fill out and use the document.
When an individual bartender or a company providing bartenders agrees to render a bartender service to a client, this Bartending Agreement shall apply. With this agreement, the bartender and the client can determine their relationship and work terms. Both parties can fill out and use the document.
This document is a useful tool for discussing all the working conditions. Quite often, the bartender does not define all the requirements properly before starting work, leading to controversy in the future. Thus, with this document, both the customer and the bartender can make sure that they have discussed all their rights and obligations. The document is designed for services related to someone providing bartending services. For other types of services, another document called a General-purpose Service Agreement might be used.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
All the information a bartender needs to establish a relationship with a customer can be found in this document:
The parties can create and sign this agreement before the actual work begins. They can also create it after the work has already begun to clarify their relationship's details. A completed document should be printed, signed by both parties, and kept in case any future disputes arise.
Both federal and state laws govern Service Agreements, as it covers general contract principles governing how contracts are created and interpreted by courts. Federal laws may restrict what services can be contracted for and specific broad categories, like contracting for something that looks more like an employment relationship. This Agreement also includes a section guaranteeing that the bartender will follow any applicable federal, state, and local laws related to alcohol, including refraining from serving minors or in locations such as state parks where alcohol may be prohibited by law.