Appropriate as an add-on provision for our Stationery Agreement
All “add-on provisions” are intended to be added to an existing Agreement. No “add-on provision” is intended to take the place of a full Agreement; instead, we have created our “add-on” provisions to allow those who have multiple practice areas of your business to be able to create a more “flexible” Agreement. In other words, we don’t think it’s right for you to purchase an entirely new template if what you already have is similar; but just needs to be tweaked a little.
For example, if you have a photography business, odds are that you shoot more than just weddings- you probably dabble in portrait sessions and possibly even branding sessions. We don’t want you to have to pay for three separate Agreements in that scenario; instead, simply purchasing the applicable “add-on” provision will allow you to mold your contract to fit your business’ needs.
These provisions are intended to be used by past customers of the Shop, who have purchased similar contracts previously. For example, stationers do not need to purchase a brand new calligraphy agreement; instead, these provisions are intended to be added or incorporated into pre-existing agreements that you have purchased from the Shop.
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