Sale Of Goods Contract

While most sales are completed without any issues, it’s always a good idea to legally protect yourself if a problem should come up between you and a customer.

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SALE OF GOODS CONTRACTS EXPLAINED

What Is A Sales Of Goods Contract

The terms and conditions of a sale agreement outline your rights as a seller of goods and the obligations your customer has towards you. These terms should cover a wide array of specifications such as: orders placed, delivery dates, transaction structures, warranties and liabilities.

Many sales are finalised without dispute, but it’s necessary to have the terms and conditions of the sale agreement in place as a precaution. This makes it clear who is responsible for what aspect of the sale, giving both parties adequate cover in the event a problem arises.

WHY YOU NEED TO HAVE A SALES AGREEMENT

Sales agreements are essential contracts that make your position clear to customers. You should always have a sales agreement in place when arranging a transaction to:

Make it clear what you’re selling and for what price

Determine who is responsible if something goes wrong

To protect your business if court action is needed

Explains your price structure and payment terms

Defines the way your business operates in a legally compliant way

Protects your business in the event of a dispute.

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