Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer)This Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer) sets out the relationships between you, the service provider, and your customers.
This "one-to-many" 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. This document is not signed by two parties as a traditional agreement, but rather provides the terms and conditions that can apply across various transactions.
This document assumes that the transaction will be effective once the customer signs a quote, or once a verbal agreement is reached by the parties. To ensure the terms of this document are applied with the transaction, it should be provided to the customer at the point this agreement is reached, or before. The service provider may also direct the customer to this document by providing them with a link to an online version of this document.
What does the Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer) cover?
Formation of a contract;
Provision of services;
Limitation of liability; and
Other names for Services Agreement (Supply to a Customer) include:
Services Contract with Customer; and