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If you work with other groups, hire consultants or hire organizations to provide services for you or your target audience, it will often be helpful to “receive them in writing.” This section helps you read the two types of documents most organizations need in their dealings with others, and create contracts and memorandas of the agreement. A Memorandum of Understanding is not a legal document and is not applicable in court. In most cases, by calling a memorandum of understanding, the signatories show that they do not intend to enforce their conditions. This process takes time, so plan accordingly. If you develop the agreement, you must share the draft contract with the other entity before sending it to the Provost/VC level for signature. If the agreement was initiated by the external entity, use your discretion as to whether substantial changes have been made and need to be reviewed by the other entity before it is sent to the signing. The Provost/VC level will pass the agreement on to the general council if necessary. Some changes can be incorporated into the treaty. If you trust the contractor as an expert in the field in which they work, you can indicate that they can define the best way to conclude the terms of the contract and that they can change that course if they see a reason why their original plan is probably not successful. They can allow a contractor to get money in any way he sees fit, as long as the money is destined for the activity of the contract. If you do not agree with any of the terms of the agreement or if you have any questions or problems with it, ask them before signing.
The agreement can be seen as the starting point for negotiations, as it defines the scope and purpose of the discussions. These memorandums are most often seen in international negotiations, but can also be used in highly deployed trade relations, such as merger negotiations. If you need to “receive it in writing,” the options are usually a contract or memorandum of understanding. Memorandum of Understanding (MOA): An MOA is a written document between the parties to work together on an agreed project or to achieve an agreed goal. The purpose of an MOA is to have a formal written understanding of the agreement between the parties. An MOA explains the commitments and obligations of the parties and assigns and minimizes the risks of each party. It can also be described as a treaty and is legally binding. The CEECs must contain, but are not limited to: as this is not a legal document and there is usually no money or other exchange, a Memorandum of Understanding leaves a little more leeway than a contract. On the other hand, the more specific you can be, the better, for a number of reasons: If you read, make sure you understand each point or condition before going to the next one. Take notes on each point in your own words, so that you have a clear and understandable structure of what you commit to sign.