Stef’s Notes of Agreement


Here are my ‘Notes of Agreement’. This, along with a signed ‘Agreement to Present’, forms the entirety of our agreement. It’s like a contract, except that it’s in plain English. The specifics of your event will be contained in the ‘Agreement to Present’ and once you sign it, these terms will become binding on both of us.

The ‘Notes of Agreement’, signed or not, will be binding on us once the ‘Agreement to Present’ has been signed. Should you wish to have the ‘Notes of Agreement’ signed, please print and sign a copy and return it to me for signature together with a signed copy of the ‘Agreement to Present’. By returning a signed copy of the ‘Agreement to Present’ to me in the absence of an accompanying signed copy of the ‘Notes of Agreement’, you acknowledge that you do not require me to sign the ‘Notes of Agreement’.

So you know, after more than 3,500 bookings, I have never yet had a dispute with a client – nor do I intend to.

Nonetheless, it would be in your best interests to download and save a copy of this document, even if you’re happy for us not to sign it – just in case you need to refer back to it at a later stage. Here’s why: I amend this document from time to time – so it is possible that by the time you want to refer back to it, the version applicable to our transaction is no longer available to you on the link in your ‘Agreement to Present’ – and it’s then possible that the revised version on my website may contain clauses that may be to your detriment.

Let me know if any of this doesn’t work for you, so that we can discuss options and solutions. Contractually, we should of course put all changes in writing – but you can bet on this: if I, or anyone on my team, tell you something, you can put it in the bank, in writing or not, signed or not. Period.

Shout if you need me to clarify anything. I’m on stef(at) Or contact my team on +27 11 787 0829 – you can be certain that anyone who answers is able and empowered to deal with anything and everything on my behalf.

Thanks for deciding to employ my services! I really look forward to working with you.

Stef du Plessis

Download and print Stef’s Notes of Agreement