Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer)

Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer)

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Under 10 minutes
Under 10 minutes
Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 2, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Services Agreement sets out the relationships between you, the service provider, and your customers. Customisable and ready to use in under 10 minutes.

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Document Overview

A Services Agreement sets out the terms and conditions between you as the service provider and your customers. This agreement sets out, in writing, the services to be provided, how and when the services will be provided, and all information about invoices, payments and billing. Once customised, this is a generic services agreement and can be used for multiple customers.

Use this Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer) if:

  • You would like to provide services to a customer.

What does the Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer) cover?

  • Formation of a contract; 

  • Provision of services;

  • Materials;

  • Timing;

  • Pricing;

  • Limitation of liability; and

  • Termination 

Other names for Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer) include:

  • Services Agreement;

  • Services Contract with Customer; and

  • Services Contract


 

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