General Contract Template

This general contract template is suitable for any commercial document. You can add your own sections and choose from a list of ready-made general terms and conditions drafted by our lawyers. Read more

A technological platform for any document

The general contract template is a template you can customise into a contract or any other type of document from scratch. This template is ideal for situations where you know exactly which sections you want in your document, but the actual drafting and formatting of the document feels complicated and time-consuming. It is the starting point you need to easily create your own contract.

By using this template, you can easily create legal documents and sign them electronically with our e-signing function. After they've been signed, they can be securely stored in Docue Drive.

Ready-made terms and conditions

In addition to your own content, the general contract template contains standard legal content you can make use of. To help you remember to include everything you need in your contract, our lawyers have prepared a list of general terms and conditions for the following provisions:

  • Term and termination
  • Intellectual property
  • Confidentiality
  • Exclusivity and conflicts (incl. non-solicitation)
  • Liability
  • General (incl. assignment, dispute resolution)

You can select and edit the provisions according to your needs and preferences so you have a fully customised contract to suit your business's needs.

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