Catering Agreement (Customer is an Individual)This Catering Agreement (Customer is an Individual) establishes an agreement for the purpose of a caterer providing one-off catering services for a specific event, occasion or function, where the customer is an individual.
This document establishes an agreement for the purpose of a caterer providing one-off catering services for a specific event, occasion or function, where the customer is an individual.
This document provides a detailed order form which is designed to be completed by a consumer and by the caterer providing the services.
The language is designed for easy reference and understanding by a consumer. The caterer providing the services may utilise this precedent as a workable, flexible tool to use with a variety of consumer customers, with the comfort that all the necessary terms and conditions are contained within it.
If the form and the terms and conditions are to be only used online, then some adaptation will be necessary.
The order form aims to cover and include all the essential details needed for the type of event, occasion or function that the consumer envisages, the type of catering that will be required, as well as its date, time and place.
Australian Consumer Law (ACL)
Care must be taken when drafting online terms to ensure they do not infringe the “unfair terms” provisions set out in part 2-3 of the ACL. For more information, see Lawpath's article on unfair terms.
What does the Catering Agreement (Customer is a Business) cover?
- Deposit, fee and payment;
- Cancellations and changes;
- Access and facilities requirements;
- Liabilities and indemnities; and
- Order form details.
Other names for the Catering Agreement (Customer is a Business) include:
- Agreement to Provide Catering Services;
- Catering Contract;
- Catering Order Form; and
- Catering Services Agreement.