Sale of Goods AgreementA Sale of Goods Agreement sets out the terms and conditions between the supplier of goods and the party that wants to purchase those goods.
This document sets out the basic terms that should be included in an agreement to sell goods such as the description of the goods, purchase price, order methods and transfer of title in the goods. It is a legally binding contract that protects the interests of both the Seller and the Buyer throughout the terms of the transaction.
While the Sale of Goods Agreement provides a good framework as a simple contract, each agreement must be customised to reflect the requirements of the relevant seller and buyer. For example, matters such as the manner in which goods are ordered and delivered may vary depending on the internal policies and procedures of the Seller. Additionally, it should conform to the applicable legislation in each state and territory that govern the transactions involving sale of goods.
Use this Sale of Goods Agreement document If:
You are a Seller who would like to supply or sell goods to your customers.
You are a Buyer who would like to purchase goods.
What does this Sale of Goods Agreement document cover?
Buyer and seller details
Agreement to buy and sell
Placement of orders
Acceptance of orders
Delivery of orders
Packing of orders
Passing of title
Rights in relation to Goods
Passing of risk
Term of the agreement