There are different types of service agreements. For example, the general service agreement (an agreement between a contractor and a property or contractor for the provision of services such as gardening and repair); Consultant service agreement (an agreement between an advisor and a client that identifies conditions related to the type of counselling services the advisor will provide); Artist Services Agreement (an agreement between a business owner or client and an individual for the performance of accounting or accounting services); and the child care contract (agreement between a contractor/child care provider and an individual for the provision of child care). Service contracts define what is expected of the person performing the service and the person or company that pays for the service to be provided. As a result, a service agreement can protect both parties. However, in general, it is the party that provides the service that benefits the most from the contract, as it helps to ensure that the client cannot claim that the work was not performed as expected and that it helps protect the party if the client is reluctant to pay for the services provided.