sundaridevi - 2:53 pm on Sep 19, 2011 (gmt 0)
The OP hasn't come back? In case they are still interested, I just ran across a "web development contract template" as requested. It's in the book, Multimedia Law and Business Handbook by Brinson and Radcliffe, 1996.
It's also worth noting that some of the discussion of contracts in the book would indicate that parts of the contract posted by DirigoDev are invalid in the United States, specifically concerning "work for hire" and "perpetual license".
I've been to court two times concerning development contracts. Once for somebody I hired and once to sue a client who violated the terms of the contract. A roll your own contract would have been worthless to me, so luckily my contracts were written by lawyers. If you want to have a contract, make sure it is worth the paper it's written on. In this discussion, there isn't even much to show that people see a difference between a contract and a proposal.