Rent-A-Chair Agreement Template

Rent-A-Chair Agreement Template


So you are looking to fill up that spare chair in the salon and earn some extra income?  Then let's get into it!

Ready to earn some extra income? Go you! This Rent-A-Chair Agreement template is for anyone looking to hire an independent contractor and make some extra income for their salon.


This Rent-A-Chair Agreement aka salon booth rental agreement aka salon licence agreement allows you to hire someone who can provide additional income for your salon.  

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Key Features

  • Term of Agreement
  • Licence fees
  • Bond inclusions
  • Restraint Provisions
  • Ownership of Intellectual Property
  • Confidentiality clause
  • Indemnities and warranties
  • Plus other standard legal provisions
  • Word format for quick and easy editing

For Who

Any salon looking to earn some extra income. 

For What

Any salon seeking to rent out a chair and hire an independent contractor aka freelancer who is self-employed, runs their own business, has their own clients, and works their own hours.

Not For

This is NOT the right agreement if you are looking for an employee.  This is NOT the right agreement if you are keen to hire someone as a full time or part-time employee. You might need our Employment Agreement.  Make sure you understand the difference between an independent contractor and an employee so you don’t land in hot water. This handy little tool from the ATO will help you decide whether your worker is an employee or a contractor for tax and super purposes: ATO Tool. Thanks, ATO!

If you’re still unsure, please get in touch with a lawyer. Guess what? We know a few over here at Foundd Legal who are happy to assist!

Please note that using our online services and templates doesn’t constitute legal advice and doesn’t create a lawyer-client relationship between you and Foundd Legal. If you have questions about the contract template and whether it fits your specific needs or need legal advice, why not book in a consultation? The information offered on should be considered informational only and is NOT LEGAL ADVICE.

Jurisdiction: All Australian jurisdictions. This template adheres to Australian principles of contract law and is designed for those doing business in Australia. While similar principles may apply in your jurisdiction, please consult with a lawyer qualified in your jurisdiction.

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