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About this document
This catering contract can be used as the basis for negotiation or as a "terms and conditions" document when it will be put to a client on a "take-it-or-leave-it" basis.
The document includes strong paragraphs to cover insurance and consequent acceptance of full liability, protecting the caterer.
It is suitable for any professional caterer, from an individual to a large company. This flexible document is appropriate as a standard “terms and conditions” document for a caterer.
All it needs is the addition, by reference, of a quotation providing all information particular to the contract in hand.
Do not risk your clients blaming you for matters beyond your control or as a result of a misunderstanding. Get the contract terms in writing and your work will progress smoothly.
Application and features
- Drawn for any single assignment, such as a wedding;
- Suits any catering contract, from a few sandwiches to a banquet dinner for Kevin Rudd;
- Provides a complete framework;
- Short, simple, practical provisions in plain English.
- Provisions for deposit and payment;
- Reminder as to what caterer will supply;
- Details of what client is expected to supply;
- Cancellation provisions;
- Limitation of caterer’s liability;
- Other appropriate legal provisions to protect your interests.