Definition : Contract for services (of enterprise)

Contract by which a person (the provider of services) undertakes to another person (the client) to carry out physical or intellectual work or to supply a service, for a price which the client binds himself to pay to him. The provider of services is free to choose the means of performing the contract and, with respect to such performance, no relationship of subordination exists between the provider of services and the client.

 

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