This is a Service Agreement suitable for snow plowing services. Under this agreement, a Servicer provides snow plowing services for a Customer for an Agreed Price. This agreement is drafted in favour of the customer.
The parties under this agreement agree that the Services, as prescribed, shall be carried out following and subject to this Agreement hereto.
The Servicer shall provide the Services with the best and commercially reasonable efforts and a high professional standard to the Customer.
The Servicer shall comply with and give all notices required by any statute, statutory instrument, rule or order, or regulation or bylaws applicable to the Work.
This version, as compared with the neutral version, features more generous payment terms for the benefit of the Customer. It also imposes onerous background check obligations on the Servicer.
Both the Servicer's and Customer's information should be provided in this agreement and their principal place of business.
The agreed price and completion date should also be specified and clearly describe the type(s) of services to be provided by the Servicer.
Both Parties should also provide the agreed Services, Price and time of completion/payment in the agreement. If any, they may also specify the number of damages per week the Customer were to be entitled to if the Services are not completed by the completion date.
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