Event Management Terms and Conditions (Business to Business)
These Event Management Terms and Conditions regulate transactions between an event management provider and their client. These terms are suitable for businesses whose principal activity is to organise and plan parties, corporate events or other such occasions.
This document has been recently updated with comprehensive new standard (“boilerplate”) clauses ensuring a higher degree of legal quality and certainty. Adjustments have also been made to bring this document in line with a new counterpart contract template
This template should be used when the supplier of the service is a business and the client is another business (procuring the services in the course of business). Due to requirements imposed by consumer protection legislation, consumer contracts contain certain terms which are more favourable to the client. These terms and conditions are geared more toward the provider.
A business to consumer variant of this template as well as a number of other sets of terms and conditions of service is available.
Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused options should be removed from the document.
These Event Management Terms and Conditions include the following clauses:
2. Definitions and Interpretation
3. Event Management Services
6. Variation and Amendments
7. Liability and Indemnity
9. Force Majeure
10. Term, Cancellation and Termination
11. Effects of Termination
12. No Waiver
13. Further Assurance
16. Assignment and Sub-Contracting
18. Relationship of the Parties
20. Third Party Rights
22. Entire Agreement
25. Dispute Resolution
26. Law and Jurisdiction
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