A supply of goods and services agreement is an agreement between the seller and customer that sets out what goods and services will be provided to the customer. It is a legal document and contains obligations that the seller must adhere to when providing the goods and or services.
A supply of goods and services agreement details the following:
- Services to be provided
- Agreement period
- The purchase price
- Payment terms and conditions
- Which party will own intellectual property rights in the works created.
How can Freeman Harris Solicitors help you with a Supply Agreement?
We can assist you drafting a detailed Supply Agreement to help you protect your business when selling goods or services to customers.
If you have a service agreement dispute or would like us to provide advice on drafting a contract, please contact us, and we will outline the service we can offer, and the associated costs.
Our Legal Team
Ian has a great understanding of drafting contracts, specifically, supply agreements for SMEs.
Abdul carries out a broad range of legal work which include contract reviews and drafting.
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|Supply Agreement||From £800||£160||From £960|
|Supply Agreement Review||£400||£80||£480|