*This is in regards to me providing a website design/development
I have a potential client which is now simply waiting for me to provide my job proposal.
In terms of the contract side of it, what exactly do I need to supply for something to be considered a 'contract'. The last page of my proposal after the terms of service is simply this type of thing:
Acceptance of Proposal CLIENT COMPANY NAME (Hidden) authorises My Company Name to perform website development services defined in this proposal at the quoted rates, under the Terms and Conditions detailed above. This page acts as a sales order for the services and products outlined herein and forms a legal contract between the authorised signatory and My Company Name.
PRINTED NAME BOX
COMPANY NAME & POSITION BOX
Is this one little page at the end enough to be a binding contract? If not, what's everyone elses means to this thing?