Catering Ts and Cs for B2B (Medium/Large function)

Catering Terms and Conditions (Medium - Large Functions) (B2B)

TR.TC.01B

Many businesses opt to use catering companies to provide food, drinks and often related services for receptions, meetings, conferences, and other functions. Catering is thus a popular business and, as with any business, terms and conditions are essential.

These Catering Terms and Conditions for Medium - Large Functions (B2B) are designed for use where a catering business provides services to a customer who is a person, company or organization purchasing the services wholly or mainly for purposes of any trade, business, craft or profession. There is also an accompanying set of terms and conditions, the Catering Terms and Conditions for Medium - Large Functions (B2C) designed for use where the customer is a consumer, i.e. an individual purchasing those services for purposes wholly or mainly outside any trade, business, craft or profession of that individual, e.g. a private party.

This template is designed to apply where the caterer supplies the catering itself and gives its customer the option of hired staff such as waiters to assist at their function. A simpler version of this document which does not contain such provisions is also available. All essential points are covered in these terms and conditions including orders, payment, hygiene and health and safety.

A set of counterpart terms and conditions, i.e. a form of agreement, is also 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 Catering Terms and Conditions for Medium - Large Functions (B2B) contain the following clauses:

1. Definitions and Interpretation
2. Information About Us
3. The Catering Services
4. Price and Payment
5. Details relating to provision of the Catering Services
6. Problems with the Catering Services
7. Insurance
8. Liability and Indemnity
9. Confidentiality
10. Force Majeure
11. Term, Cancellation and Termination
12. Effects of Termination
13. No Waiver
14. Further Assurance
15. Costs
16. Set-Off
17. Assignment and Sub-Contracting
18. Relationship of the Parties
19. Non-Solicitation
20. Third Party Rights
21. Notices
22. Entire Agreement
23. Severance
24. Dispute Resolution
25. Law and Jurisdiction

 

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