In this contract, the DJ and the client can define the details of their future relationship and discuss the specifics of the DJing services.
A DJ Agreement consists of two parties. The first party is an individual DJ, which is the person providing music and/or audio-visual services for an event. The other party is a company looking to book DJ services. In this contract, the DJ and the client can define the details of their future relationship and discuss the specifics of this matter.
Occasionally, established business relationships are not formulated precisely, and all the details of the contract are not discussed. We advise agreeing in advance on the specifics of the deal so that both the service provider and the client would be aware of their responsibilities and rights. This Agreement is a helpful tool to prevent any future disputes.
This contract is specifically for services related to someone providing DJ services. You can also find a general-purpose service agreement on the site that can be used for someone providing different kinds of services.
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 essential information necessary for a DJ or a DJ company to establish a business relationship with a client is contained in the document, including the following information:
Once completed, the document should be printed and signed by both Parties.
All Service Agreements are subject to both federal and state laws. They cover general contract principles governing how contracts are created and interpreted by courts. Sometimes, federal law has restrictions on what kind of services can be contracted for (for example, illegal services may not be contracted for). They also have predictions for broad categories (for example, contracting for something that looks more like an employment relationship). The laws of individual states usually govern the interpretation of a contract in the event of a dispute.