Selling Goods & Services
June 25, 2017
A legal agreement for the sale of goods helps to make your customers aware of their rights and obligations from the moment you start doing business with them. If you are selling goods, you will need a Sale of Goods Agreement. It typically covers a description of what is to be bought, the price, delivery or collection conditions, returns, and how the agreement comes to an end.
Use a Supply of Services Agreement when one business provides services to another. This agreement describes the scope of services provided as well as the service levels, timescales, the fees to be paid, and how to change or terminate the agreement.
- Before Starting a Business Relationship
- Purchase Orders & Invoicing
- Collaborating & Expanding your Business
- Ending a Business Relationship
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