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#Actualnsmadsen

Posted 30 October 2012 - 02:15 PM

What Moritz said. It's because the client needs to be able to serve you papers if you ever broke the NDA or any other contract you had with him. You cannot serve a PO box, for example, so on all of my contracts I have my clients list their full address, no PO boxes accepted, and I provide mine as well. You should also take note of any localization clauses. For example I have a contract that states if any legal issues should pop up then the state of California's laws and policies regarding such matters would be followed, regardless that I'm not in that state.

#2nsmadsen

Posted 30 October 2012 - 02:14 PM

What Moritz said. It's because the client needs to be able to serve you papers if you ever broke the NDA or any other contract you had with him. You cannot serve a PO box for example so on all of my contracts I have my clients list their full address, no PO boxes accepted, and I provide mine as well. You should also take note of any localization clauses. For example I have a contract that states if any legal issues should pop up then the state of California's laws and policies regarding such matters would be followed, regardless that I'm not in that state.

#1nsmadsen

Posted 30 October 2012 - 02:13 PM

What Moritz said. It's because the client needs to be able to serve you papers if you ever broke the NDA or any other contract you had with him. You cannot serve a PO box for example so on all of my contracts I have my clients list their full address, no PO boxes accepted, and I provide mine as well.

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