This is a Service Agreement suitable for Catering and other related Services. Under this agreement, a Caterer were to perform catering services for a Customer in an Event for an Agreed Price. This agreement is drafted in favour of the Customer.
The parties agree that the Work shall be carried out in accordance with and subject to this Agreement hereto.
Any defects or other faults in the Work during the event and are due to ingredients, materials or workmanship not of the correct standard shall promptly be made good by the Caterer at its own expense.
The Caterer shall not assign the Agreement or sub-contract the performance thereof without the prior written consent of the Customer.
The Caterer shall comply with any health and safety or other applicable site regulations notified by the Customer prior to the commencement of the Work.
Both the Caterer's and Customer's information should be provided in this agreement, along with their principle place of business.
The agreed price and completion date should also be specified, as well as clearly describe the type(s) of services were to be provided by the Caterer.
Both Parties should also provide the agreed length of warranty and time of payment after the completion of the prescribed Work in the agreement. If any, they may also specify the amount of damages per week the Customer were to be entitled if the Work could not be completed after the completion date.
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