Catering Contract

Catering Contract

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated March 23, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Catering Contract is a document that outlines an agreement for a business or person to provide catering services to a client. Customisable and ready for use in under 15 minutes.

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Document Overview

A Catering Contract is a document that outlines an agreement for a business or person to provide catering services to a client. This type of agreement can range from a small operation of one individual engaging another, to a major event catered by a large company. As with any business transaction, it is important to have the terms of the arrangement between the parties solidified in writing. This helps to safeguard your business against loss incurred by a rogue client or any misunderstandings along the way. 

In the context of catering, this agreement sets out the key terms and obligations of the provider and the client. Details of the event, payment conditions, and the consequences of alterations and cancellations are some examples of terms that are clearly defined in this contract. Setting out and agreeing on these terms prior to commencing any services will help avoid potential confusion and dispute. It will also establish expectations that both the provider and client commit to delivering. 

Use this Catering Contract if:

  • You are a business that provides catering services

  • You want to set out the terms and obligations of relationship with a client

  • You wish to safeguard against loss incurred as the result of a rogue client or any misunderstandings

What does this Catering Contract cover?

  • Supply of Catering Services

  • Order Form

  • Event Details

  • Price for Services

  • Payment Terms

  • Cancellations

  • Changes to Attendance Numbers

  • Provider Requirements

  • Client Obligations

  • Liability and Indemnity

  • Duration and Termination

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