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What is a Master Service Agreement

A Master Service Agreement is a detailed contract covering all the basic terms and rules. These rules become the foundation for any future teamwork.

Rachana Chotia
Rachana Chotia
September 20, 2023
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What is a Master Service Agreement

Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between MSA and SLA?
MSA deals with the basic terms and conditions that parties agree to follow while conducting business for a specific period. A service level agreement, on the other hand, is an agreement that outlines the obligations of each party, clarifying their responsibilities and defining what they can expect from each other.
What is the difference between MSA and SOW?
MSA defines the overall terms and conditions between parties, whereas SoW deals with specific projects that arise within the framework of MSA.
What does MSA stand for?
Master service agreement. It is a legal contract that outlines the general terms and conditions governing a long-term business relationship between two parties.
Does MSA cover NDA?
Yes, MSA covers NDA. To ensure the security of confidential data and protect it from unauthorized access, MSA includes a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) clause.
Rachana Chotia
Rachana Chotia
Rachana is the Content Marketing Manager at Signeasy, where she works with the product & customer teams to create content related to eSignature and contract workflows. In her free time, she enjoys going for walks, watching anime, and reading a good book.
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