You need some 8 steps to write the lease. A contract must be drawn up whenever a municipality, campsite or other establishment linked to the church purchases services or equipment. To speed up the processing of the contract, please fill out an information form for the service contract with as much detailed information as possible. The form and a copy of the minutes of the business meeting at which the contract is approved should be faxed to Legal Services (816) 521-3099. All sellers must make an updated IRS W-9 form available to the Church before signing a contract. Legal Services then draws up the contractual document.1. Types of contracts. Legal Services has a number of presentation contracts. Regularly concluded contracts include services for major works contracts, architects, roofing work, lawn maintenance, parking occupancy agreements, cleaning services, painting and consulting services.2. risks related to the use of the contractor`s proposals. Often, a contractor will try to use their proposal as a contract.

While this may be procedurally faster, the proposal in general will not adequately protect the interests of the Church and may lead to legal action, the project will not be completed or the project does not meet expectations. Among the terms often absent from the proposals are the language of dismissal, insurance obligations and compensation obligations.3. General requirements of the contract. Before entering into a contract, Legal Services needs specific information about the project. The more specific the information, the less likely it is that there will be a misunderstanding between the parties. Examples of information Legal requirements include: a description of the type of service or equipment to be provided, how the provider is paid, and the provider can provide a certificate of insurance indicating the Additional Church insurance that meets the Church`s insurance requirements. A complete list can be found in the Service Contract Information form.4. Problems with termination of the contract. Legal services should be consulted prior to the termination of contracts to determine whether there are any provisions for damages or sanctions that may adversely affect the interests of the Church. A poorly terminated contract can trigger escalation provisions that force the church unit that resisted the contract to a lump sum payment and can create a means by which the other party sues the Church.5 Authorization of signature and execution.

No contract can be signed without verification of legal services and without the agreement of municipal officials and missionaries….