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I found that the Graphic Arts Guild has an online contract guidelines, and explains why the legaleze and such should be in there. This seems to be an updated link. looks a bit different than I remember, but down at the end, the Contract Glossary has descriptions I believe.
Hope this helps.
Linda

http://graphicartistsguild.org/tools_resources/letter-of-agreement

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On May 2, 2014, at 8:29 AM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:

> Linda,
> 
> It will be after I forward all this discussion to him.  
> 
> The video that Barbara sent, above, was very clear on how to make certain one is going to be paid.  I wonder if someone would (yet again) indicate the written sources for contractual agreements.  I'm referring to illustrators' handbooks on this topic.
> 
> And thanks in advance,
> b
> 
> 
> On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 10:56 AM, Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> You mentioned he was "lured" into doing quite a bit of work before talking about money. I understand how that might happen, I think many of us have been-there-done-that. And as we grow wiser, we illustrators normally talk about scope and money before any work is done. Is that not in your friend's experience and "armor"?
> Perhaps circumstances are different with each person, client, and project. I get that. 
> Just wondering.
> 
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