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					This is an agreement between a computer service company and a customer for
computer repair services. This agreement covers all of the necessary and essential
terms of the computer repair service and may be customized by the contracting parties
to ensure that their understandings are properly set forth. In addition, this agreement
provides details about the different types of warranties that are provided along with the
computer repair service. This agreement can be used by small businesses that offer
computer repair services in order to provide their consumers with a detailed and
organized agreement.
                                  COMPUTER REPAIR AGREEMENT

THIS COMPUTER REPAIR AGREEMENT (hereinafter “Agreement”) is made as of
_________________, by and between _________________, with an address of
_________________, _________________, _________________ _________________ with a
phone number of _________________ (hereinafter “Service Provider”), and
_________________, with an address of _________________, _________________,
_________________ _________________ with a phone number of _________________
(hereinafter “Client”). The Service Provider and the Client may individually be referred to as
“Party”, or collectively as “Parties”.

WHEREAS, the Service Provider is engaged in the business of providing computer and related
accessory repairs and related professional computer services to clients (the “Services”); and

WHEREAS, the Client desires to avail itself of these Services of the Service Provider and the
Service Provider desires to enter into this agreement with the Client;

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and agreements contained in this
agreement, and other good and valuable consideration, the parties agree as follows:

1. Computer Specifications

    The computer the Client desires to have repaired is a _________________
    _________________ computer with a serial number of _________________. The Client
    believes that the computer has the following problems that the Service Provider must
    address:
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    ___________________________. The Service Provider shall perform such Services at all
    times in accordance with the rules of the art and in full compliance with the statutes, laws,
    ordinances, and regulations governing its profession, trade, craft, or business from a work
    location situated at the address hereinabove mentioned.

2. Disclaimer

    The Client understands that the Service Provider is not guaranteeing specific repair results. If
    the Client’s computer is too old or the required repair parts cannot be found, it is possible that
    the Client’s computer cannot be repaired. The Client should back up all data before
    submitting the computer for repair. Although the Service Provider will put forth an earnest
    effort to preserve all computer data, there is a possibility the computer will lose data. The
    Service Provider will not be liable for any data loss. In addition, the Service Provider will not
    be liable for any accidental damage to the computer as a result of preexisting viruses, poorly
    configured software, or hardware issues. The Client agrees to hold the Service Provider
    harmless from accidental damages to the computer.

3. Expenses

    In addition to the agreed upon consideration for the Service Provider’s fees as set forth in
    section 4 hereof, the Client shall reimburse the Service Provider for the costs of computer


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    parts, software upgrades, and hardware upgrades incurred during the performance of the
    Service Provider’s Services. These expenses will be added to the labor fees and will be due at
    the same time as the labor fees as set forth in section 4 hereof.

4. Service Provider’s Fees

    The Client shall pay the Service Provider for its Services an hourly fee of
    _________________ Dollars. The Client must tender prompt payment to the Service
    Provider upon the culmination of the Services.

5. Estimate of Repair Costs

    An estimate of the cost of the Services will be provided to the Client before the Service
    Provider performs the repairs. The Client understands and acknowledges that estimates are
    not guaranteed. The Service Provider will charge _________________ Dollars for an
    estimate.

6. Completion Date

    Due to the difficulties in predicting the time required for repairing computers, the Service
    Provider will not provide an estimate date the Client’s computer will be ready. Nonetheless,
    the Service Provider will attempt to have the computer ready as soon as practically and
    reasonably possible without compromising the repair efforts.

7. Confidential Information

    a. Except as may be necessary in the performance under this Agreement, the Service
       Provider shall not at any time or in any manner make or cause to be made any copies,
       pictures, duplicates, facsimiles or other reproduction or recordings of any type, or any
       abstracts or summaries of any reports, studies, memoranda, correspondence, manuals,
       records, plans or other written, printed or otherwise recorded material of the Client, or
       which relate in any manner to the present or prospective business of the Client. The
       Service Provider shall have no interest in any of this material and agrees to surrender any
       of the material which may be in its possession to the Client immediately upon the request
       of the Client.

    b. The Service Provider shall not at any time, except under the legal process, divulge any
       matters relating to the business of the Client or any customers or agents of the Client
       which may become known to it by reason of its services hereunder and shall be true to
       the Client in all dealings and transactions relating to the Services contemplated by this
       Agreement. Furthermore, the Service Provider shall not use at any time (whether during
       the continuance of this Agreement or after its termination) for its own benefit or purposes
       or for the benefit or purposes of any other person, firm, corporation, association or other
       business entity, any trade secrets, business development programs, or plans belonging to
       or relating to the affairs of the Client, including knowledge relating to customers, clients,
       or employees of Clients.

8. Warranty


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    The Service Provider’s labor comes with a _________________ day warranty. If at any point
    during the first _________________ days of the computer being delivered the Client is
    unsatisfied with the work done that relates to the Services specified hereunder, the Service
    Provider will resolve the issue at no charge. The _________________ day warranty begins
    from the time the computer was delivered the first time. If a computer is worked on a second
    time for the same service within the _________________ day warranty, the warranty still
    stands from the first point at which it was delivered. If a new service is performed that is
    unrelated to the original service performed, a new warranty period begins for that service.

9. Governing Law

    This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State
    of _________________.

10. Interpretation

    a. Entire Agreement and Waiver. This Agreement constitutes all of the agreements
       between the Service Provider and Client pertaining to the subject matter of it and
       supersedes all prior agreements, undertakings, negotiations, and discussions, whether oral
       or written, of the Parties to it and there are no warranties, representations, or other
       agreements between the Parties to it in connection with the subject matter of it except as
       specifically set forth or referred to in this Agreement. No supplementation, modification,
       waiver, or termination of this Agreement shall be binding unless executed in writing by
       the Party hereto to be bound thereby. No waiver of any other provisions of this
       Agreement shall be deemed or shall constitute a continuing waiver unless expressly
       provided.

    b. Headings. Headings are not to be considered part of this Agreement, are included solely
       for convenience of reference and are not intended to be full or accurate descriptions of
       the contents of any section.

    c. Interpretation. In this Agreement, words importing the singular number include the
       plural and vice versa, words importing the masculine gender include the feminine and
       neuter genders; and words importing persons include individuals, and proprietors,
       corporations, partnerships, trusts, and unincorporated associations.

    d. Invalidity of Provision. The invalidity or unenforceability of any provision of this
       Agreement or any covenant in it shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other
       provision or covenant in it and the invalid provision or covenant shall be deemed to be
       severed.

11. General

    This Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding on the Parties hereto and their
    respective heirs, executors, administrators, assigns and successors.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Parties have hereunto set their respective hands and seals as at
the date written above.


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   (SERVICE PROVIDER)



    _______________________




    (CLIENT)



    _______________________




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