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Standard Agreement FAQs

Patrick Mullin
Patrick Mullin
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What are Standard Agreements?

Standard Agreements are free-to-use, neutral agreements that are implemented and customized by a Cover Page. The following Standard Agreements published by Bonterms are available through the Bonterms Platform: Cloud Terms, Professional Service Agreement (PSA) and Mutual NDA. Always have legal counsel review a Standard Agreement before use.


What do you mean by “neutral”?

Bonterms Standard Agreements are designed to meet the core needs of each party to the transaction but not favor either. Because Standard Agreements are not drafted by either party, they provide a “neutral” starting point for a transaction.


Why use a Standard Agreement?

Using a Standard Agreement allows you to skip the battle over whose form to use, focus your negotiation on key deal points and have a complete record of your deal in one place on your Cover Page.


Who drafts Standard Agreements?

Bonterms Standard Agreements are drafted by a Committee of 60+ cross-industry lawyers and undergo multiple rounds of review and feedback to help ensure they reflect industry best-practices.


Does anyone use these?

Yes. Bonterms Standard Agreements have been downloaded over 10,000 times. Check out some success stories by some of the leaders in the industry.


Are Standard Agreements free to use?

Yes. Bonterms Standard Agreements and Standard Toolkits are free to use. Bonterms Standard Agreements are made available under the open source document license CC BY 4.0. Bonterms Standard Toolkits are made available with all copyright disclaimed under CC0 1.0.


Where can I learn more?

You can learn more about the drafting process and people behind Bonterms Standard Agreements.


Do I need to have Standard Agreements and Toolkits reviewed by a lawyer?

Yes. Make sure to have a lawyer review any Bonterms Standard Agreement, Cover Page, Toolkit or other resource before use in any circumstance.


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