Simple Independent Contractor Agreement; great for freelancers working on projects; non disclosure provision


This is an attorney-prepared Simple, Independent Contractor Agreement and is great for freelancers working on projects. This is a simple agreement that contains a confidentiality provision. Independent Contractors may also use this template to give clients limited work. 


This 4-page agreement is for business owners to give to independent contractors and/or third-party vendors. It is a simple agreement, that contains a confidentiality provision. Independent Contractors may also use this template to give clients limited work.

THIS AGREEMENT DOES NOT preclude the contractor from working for other people–even if it’s with direct competition.

The main purpose of this Agreement is to list out the duties expected to be performed by both parties and to be clear that the independent contractor is NOT an employee and to limit liability.

About the Template:
This is an attorney-prepared agreement that is legally binding to the parties who sign it. This agreement has been tested and refined throughout our years of practice.

How to use it:
1. Download the agreement
2. Replace the highlighted text with your information
3. Review & make any additional changes
4. Export as PDF
5. Send to your prospective contractor.

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