Website Hosting Agreement Sample

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This Agree­ment shall enter into force when all par­ties have signed it. The date on which this Agree­ment was signed by the last Party (as indi­cated by the date asso­ci­ated with the sig­na­ture of that Party) shall be deemed to be the date of this Agree­ment. You own a web hosting com­pany – which means you need to have a web hosting agree­ment on hand. When doing web hosting for cus­tomers, you need to stay orga­nized and include the impor­tant terms. No amend­ment to this Agree­ment will be effec­tive unless it is written and signed by both par­ties. Cus­tomer may ter­mi­nate this Web Hosting Agree­ment in its sole dis­cre­tion if one or more of the fol­lowing events occur: 1) Failure to comply with all of the con­di­tions set forth above. 2) Bank­ruptcy of one of the par­ties 3) After written agree­ment between the two par­ties, details are key in a doc­u­ment like this. The host must know exactly what he is con­trac­tu­ally obliged to pro­vide to the cus­tomer as part of his hosting ser­vice and under what con­di­tions. Ser­vice levels also play an impor­tant role. A sep­a­rate hosting spec­i­fi­ca­tion and details on the applic­able hosting ser­vice levels should there­fore be agreed between the host and the cus­tomer and included in the schedule provided.

This web hosting agree­ment was entered into between [Client.FirstName] [Client.LastName] (Web Appli­ca­tion Owner) and [Sender.FirstName] [Sender.LastName] (Host). The main pur­pose of this agree­ment is to pre­cede a longer-​​term con­trac­tual agree­ment, under which the com­pany pro­vides web hosting ser­vices from [con­tract date] and after receipt of all ser­vices. If any of the terms of this Agree­ment are found to be unen­force­able, all other terms will remain in full force and effect and will not be mod­i­fied unless pre­vi­ously agreed to by the par­ties. This Agree­ment shall be gov­erned by and con­strued in accor­dance with the laws of the State [State of The Com­pany]. All legal pro­ceed­ings relating to this web hosting con­tract will take place in that state, without reim­burse­ment of travel expenses for either party. The web hosting provider will comply with the fol­lowing con­di­tions during the term of the con­tract, unless oth­er­wise agreed between the par­ties. This Agree­ment con­sti­tutes the final agree­ment of the par­ties. This is the com­plete and exclu­sive expres­sion of the agree­ment of the par­ties to the sub­ject matter of this Agree­ment. All prior and con­cur­rent notices, nego­ti­a­tions and agree­ments between the Par­ties with respect to the sub­ject matter of this Agree­ment shall be expressly merged and replaced by it. The pro­vi­sions of this Agree­ment may not be explained, sup­ple­mented or restricted by evi­dence of com­mer­cial abuse or prior com­mer­cial activity. Nei­ther party has been induced to enter into this Agree­ment by any rep­re­sen­ta­tion, rep­re­sen­ta­tion, war­ranty or agree­ment of the other party, and nei­ther party shall rely on this Agree­ment except as expressly pro­vided in this Agree­ment. Except as expressly pro­vided in this Agree­ment, there are no pre­req­ui­sites for the effec­tive­ness of this Agreement.

Each Party shall use all rea­son­able efforts to take or have taken all nec­es­sary or desir­able mea­sures to com­plete and give effect to the trans­ac­tions pro­vided for in this Agree­ment or to prove or exe­cute the intent and pur­pose of this Agree­ment. The User wishes to entrust the Host with the pro­vi­sion of the ser­vices pro­vided for in this Agree­ment. A web­site is as good as its server – and a server as good as its hosting con­tract. During the Term, the Host may per­form other web­site hosting activ­i­ties, except that the Host may not accept any work, enter into con­tracts or accept oblig­a­tions that are incom­pat­ible or incon­sis­tent with the Host‘s oblig­a­tions or the scope of the ser­vices to be pro­vided to the User under this Agreement.…

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