This can be achieved in a number of ways, depending on:
Quotations,order acknowledgements, the website, price catalogues and credit application forms can all be relevant. We have detailed notes for clients on this subject.
The content of the terms themselves are obviously important. We have, of course, a comprehensive range of precedents for this type of legal/commercial document – as indeed for other trading agreements.
However, our first priority is to establish exactly what your commercial practice is, and what your requirements are.
This is particularly important with standard terms of business. Effective limitation of liability for a seller or provider of services will depend on reasonableness. This in turn can only be judged by reference to your actual business.
We understand that our clients value their relationships with trading partners, and want to avoid terms of business that frequently produce protests from the other party.
That’s why we work hard with you to ensure that the terms both:
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