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Interior Designer Client Terms and Conditions


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If you have an interior design business, then having a clear set of legal terms and conditions is essential to protect your rights and business. These terms cover essential legal terms including: fees and payment; cancellation and termination; amendments; intellectual property considerations regarding your designs as well as a limitation on your liability. These terms are designed to be attached to your existing design brief or scope of work. Download now and complete instantly.

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This document sets out essential key terms including:

  • the right to be paid within a certain timeframe
  • the right to revise your fee estimates if the scope of work changes
  • that the intellectual property rights in any designs developed by your business are owned by your business and are licenced to the client only for the purpose of their project and only once they have paid you. This stops your client from using your ideas on other projects
  • a process for ordering goods on behalf of clients from suppliers and manufacturers
  • the right to use photos of the works in your clients’ premises for marketing and promotional purposes
  • a right to attribution if photos of the works are published in any magazines or online
  • a clear process in the event of any complaints or issues with your services, which references back to the refunds and returns policy under the Australian Consumer Law as required by the ACCC

Interior designers or owners of interior designer businesses.

These Interior Designer Terms are suitable for residential, or small commercial projects. If you have a high-value or complex project (e.g. involving numerous designer firms each contributing to the end product) we recommend that you seek legal advice as to the suitability of these terms for your business.

These terms assume that your Scope of Work or Design Brief, clearly sets out all inclusions and exclusions of the project, the number of revisions of works included in the price (If applicable) and our cost structure.

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