Requested Information Form
Under the Provision of Services Regulations 2009, businesses providing services to their
customers are required to provide certain specific information about
their business to customers.
Many businesses will already supply most, if not all, of the information
required under the regulations.
This Requested Information Form is designed to enable all service
providers to easily comply with their obligations under the Regulations
with one simple document.
This form and the Business Information Form do not contain all information
required under the Regulations, however that which is omitted should be
included in other documentation such as an estimate, quotation or contract
as a matter of course.
The information set out in the Regulations falls into two categories – that
which must be provided to customers and that which must be provided on
request. This document caters for the second category. A further form,
(also available in this subfolder) should be used to provide information in
the second category.
This template and the Business Information Form are both designed for
use as an attachment to standard terms and conditions of business or a
contract. In either case, it is important to note that customers must be
made aware of the information contained in these forms in advance of
entering into any contract.
This Requested Information Form contains the following sections:
1. Pricing & Price Calculation
2. Regulated Profession Details
3. Other Business Activities
4. Codes of Conduct
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