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The ASID Commercial and Residential Contract Packages are your key to crafting comprehensive, customizable contracts that will protect your business and mitigate your risk.
To do business today, you need strong contracts that limit your liability and diminish your risk.
Protect your business and mitigate risk with the comprehensive and customizable ASID Commercial and Residential Contract Packages. Authored by Alan M. Siegel, Hon. FASID of Levy Sonet & Siegel, LLP, interior designers can purchase either an individual package or combined contracts package for a one-year license.
“Every interior designer must enter into a written agreement with a client; it shouldn’t be an optional activity. NOT having a written agreement is an invitation for a dispute.”
- Alan M. Siegel, Hon. FASID
Select the contract package that best supports your business needs as one streamlined package that is flexible, customizable, and easy to use.
Purchasing the contract package provides you a limited one-year License to use the documents. This License shall be valid for 365 days from the date of license purchase, provided that all copyright notices contained within the Document are neither deleted nor modified.
The ASID Interior Design Commercial Contract Package features comprehensive, easy-to-understand individual schedules covering key decision point topics such as interior construction related design services, project FF&E selection and specification, project administration, purchasing services, compensation and fee structure, termination rights, and claims and disputes.
The ASID Interior Design Residential Contract Package features comprehensive, easy-to-understand individual schedules covering key decision point topics such as design concept services, designer compensation and fee structure, merchandise selection, purchasing services, administration services, contract termination, and dispute resolution.
Interested in purchasing both sets of contracts? ASID has you covered. Enjoy special member pricing when you purchase both the commercial and residential contract packages. Use promo code MEMBER50 to receive your exclusive discount.
Please note that ASID is not a law firm, and the use of these contract forms does not create an attorney-client relationship with ASID, Levy Sonet & Siegel, or any of its attorneys and affiliates. Although drafted by experienced attorneys, these form contracts are merely a starting point and do not constitute legal advice applicable to your particular situation. You should not rely on them as legal advice. ASID strongly recommends that you review the form contracts with your local attorney to make any modifications needed to ensure that the terms meet the needs of each project and comply with all relevant federal, state and local laws.
Alan M. Siegel, Hon. FASID
Partner, Levy, Sonet & Siegel, LLP
Alan M. Siegel, Esq., Hon. FASID has 40+ years of legal experience within the design and architectural industry and has represented the interests of interior designers, architects, product designers, and industry resources. For over twenty years, Alan served as national legal counsel to ASID, and is the author of the ASID interior design form contracts. For his years of service with ASID, Alan was named an ASID Honorary Fellow. He currently serves as the general counsel for the Association for Contract Textiles, Inc. (ACT).
Additionally, Alan is a member of the National Board of Trustees of the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA), as well as trustee of the Angelo Donghia Foundation. Alan is the co-author of "A Guide to Business Principles and Practices for Interior Designers," and is a frequent lecturer and contributor to the design industry and trade group publications.
Protect Your Business & Stay Profitable with a Strong Contract
Ensure your client contract is working to protect your interests.
The contract between you and your client plays a critical role in protecting you, your business, and your profitability. Learn the key provisions to include in your contract to limit your liability, prevent scope creep and ensure you get paid for your work. Featuring the author of the ASID Interior Design Residential and Commercial Contracts in conversation with a small business owner who understands the value of an effective contract.
1 IDCEC CEU | CC-116947