A phrase that pretty much means what it says. When you sit down to write a contract or letter of agreement for a client, contractor, and anyone that you are doing business with, it is vital that you define the “scope of work,” i.e. who is responsible for what. Will you be drawing the cabinet details, or will the millwork subcontractor” Will you be taking inventory of the company’s existing 126 offices or will their facility manager” Will you be hanging the client’s priceless artwork or will they hire a specialist” Figure this kind of thing out early and avoid headaches, broken relationships, and legal troubles later.
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