No, they are one time purchase and use again and again
Getting your products is key to using them - that is why we have the availability for download in couple of ways.
(1) You will be rerouted after a successful payment
(2) You will receive an email of links in your inbox (check your spam!)
(2) You also created an account on the TheLawTog so you can sign in through www.fitlegally.com to access!
What is the law behind these contract forms?
FitLegallys®’s contract forms are drafted on general American law-based contract principles and are applicable to many states. Due to variations in law based on location and business policies, the contracts are editable and easily adaptable.
If you are a fitness pro outside the US, the policies may be implemented for your business, but U.S. Federal Copyright laws and other legal theories may not apply.
The contract templates provide a good foundation for a local attorney to amend for the laws of your country versus your attorney drafting from scratch.
It is recommended that a local attorney review your contract, including changes, for legitimacy. You can search your state bar listings for a contracts or business attorney. We are working to add attorneys in other countries to the list.
Why do you say I need to amend these contracts for my location?
While FitLegallys®’s contracts go through a multi-level review process after working intimately with various photographers per niche, we are unable to target in on every protection that you may want to include, plus laws can vary in different states and countries. Try as we might, we do our best to provide a comprehensive and quality contract.
The best part of having these contract forms available is that they can provide you with a higher quality, more comprehensive and cheaper bill with a local attorney. Small business lawyers are a great starting line for protection, but many have run a fitness business. These forms help to fill that void.
After you have downloaded your contract and located the designated downloads destination:
Control-click (or right-click) the Word document icon to get its pop-up menu.While the menu is visible, also hold down the Option key. ...Choose “Always Open With.”
Definitions are legal terms that create a concise language throughout your contract. Think of them as legal terms that keep your document consistent. These are often notated with "(TERM)"
Use your location + entity type. An example of this would be A Texas Limited Liability Company.
Sure. The terms in the parenthesis can be changed to suit your own personal preferences but be sure to change them throughout the entire document. If you want to refer to a non-refundable fee as "Cake" you can. But we advise leaving them as drafted.