Supply Of Services Contracts
The supply of goods and services is of utmost importance within the world of commerce. Businesses provide services to obtain revenue, but also receive services to fuel operations. A supply of services agreement is a contract that sets out the terms by which services will be provided between two parties, whether it be between a business and a customer, or a business-to-business (B2B) transaction.
Supply of Services Contracts typically include:
- A clear and accurate description of the services,
- Outlined standard of service,
- Agreement period,
- Intellectual property rights,
- And payment terms and conditions.
What we can do
Supply of Services Contracts are an essential tool in setting out expectations and provisions of services that are to be acquired. Without a detailed document, the provider and consumer of the service open themselves up to possible liability cases. At London-based Adam Bernard Solicitors, our expert Commercial Contract lawyers can aid in protecting both parties from such legal trouble by creating well-written and commercially specific Supply of Services contracts.
To get in touch from our expert Commercial Contract Lawyers, please call 0207 100 0505.
We can also review and advise on agreements you are being asked to sign, renegotiate new terms on existing agreements and contracts or draft entirely new contracts.