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Contracts and Contracting Resources

Contracts and Contracting Resources

Business Law | Claims and Financial Litigation | General Law | Real Estate Office

Business Law

Construction Contracts and Solicitation Procurement Agreements

Goods and Services:

Sample Document Templates (UT Authentication required):

      System-wide Contracts for Goods and Services: 

        Standard Contracts*:

        Intellectual Property - Standard Contracts*

        Delegations of Authority for UT Institutions (charts and other delegation-related resources)

        Contracting and Procurement Practice Group Resource Pages (additional resources)

        For additional information regarding Business Law Contracts, please contact Dana Hollingsworth at dholling@utsystem.edu.

        Claims and Financial Litigation

        Claims and Financial Litigation Standard Contracts*:

        For additional information regarding Claims and Financial Litigation Contracts, please contact Traci Cotton at tcotton@utsystem.edu.

        General Law

        General Law Agreements and Forms:

        • Affiliations
        • Employment
        • Releases and Indemnity
        • General Law Standard Agreements

        For additional information regarding General Law Agreements and Forms, please contact Omar Syed at osyed@utsystem.edu.

        Real Estate Office

        Real Estate Contracts

        For additional information regarding Real Estate Contracts, please contact Kirk Tames at ktames@utsystem.edu.


        * “Standard Contracts” are forms developed and approved by the Office of General Counsel (OGC) pursuant to UT System Policy
        UTS145.  Using a “Standard Contract” form will expedite UT System review and approval.  OGC review is not required for “Standard Contracts” unless substantive changes are made to the “Standard Contract” form.  Non-substantive changes to a “Standard Contract” form do not require OGC review.  Changes to the names of parties, amount of consideration, date, and term are examples of “non-substantive changes.”

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