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A Tutoring Agreement is a document that is used when a person (the "client") wants to hire the services of a tutor. A tutor is responsible for helping students understand different subjects by analyzing, assisting, and encouraging students in the process of learning.
This Tutoring Agreement outlines the rights and obligations of the client and the tutor. Particularly, it specifies the fee that will be paid by the client and the the subject or subjects that the tutor will teach. This document also offers the option for tutoring a single student or a small group of students. It can likewise be used for face-to-face tutoring or online tutoring.
How to use this document
The user should enter all the information necessary to complete the document, including identifying information of the parties, such as their names and addresses. If the person who will be tutored is a minor, the minor's name should also be entered. Other information that should be entered include the fees, the schedule and place of the tutoring sessions, and the specific subject or subjects that the tutor will teach. Once the document is completed, the client and the tutor should review the document and, if they agree to the terms and conditions, sign the same.
Each user should keep at least 1 signed original copy for their records.
Notarizing the document
Notarizing this document is optional. However, if the parties would want to notarize this document, the document includes an Acknowledgment portion. Notarization of the document converts the document from a private document to a public document so that it becomes admissible in court without need of further proof of its authenticity.
To notarize the document, the parties must print and sign an extra copy (for the notary public) of the document and bring all the copies to a notary public to acknowledge that they have signed this document freely and voluntarily. They should also present a valid I.D. issued by an official agency bearing their photograph and signature such as a driver's license or a passport, among others.
Once notarized, the parties should each keep at least one (1) copy of the notarized document and the notary public will also keep one (1) copy for their notarial book.
The laws on contracts and obligations found in the Civil Code of the Philippines apply.
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