Gardener Terms and Conditions (On-going Services)
These Gardener’s Terms and Conditions are designed for use by gardeners
providing their services to domestic clients (i.e. consumers). This
particular version of the document is best suited to situations where the
gardener is to be providing a regular service (with, for example,
fortnightly visits). An alternative version of this document designed for
use with one-off transactions is also available.
These terms of business are designed so that they can be used in a document
such as a quotation or displayed on a website. They can also be used as a
A "contract schedule" is also included which enables the terms contained
within this document to be easily converted into a legally binding
Customers entering into contracts “off the premises” of the trader are
given a 14-calendar-day cooling-off period. This means they can change
their mind for any reason after placing an order, subject to limited
exceptions. Work can however commence within the cooling-off period so long
as the customer expressly agrees to this.
The customer is also given a clear and concise summary of the pre-contract
information they are entitled to receive.
It is important for all traders to be aware of their obligations and the
rights of their customers under consumer protection laws. This document has
been drafted with these laws in mind. Take care when amending the template
to remain compliant with the legislation and, in particular, make sure you
do not include any terms that be deemed “unfair”.
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 Gardener’s Terms and Conditions contain the following clauses:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
2. Information about Us
3. Communication and Contact Details
5. Fees and Payment
6. Gardening Services
7. Faulty Products
8. Problems with Our Service
9. Your Obligations
10. Complaints and Feedback
11. Cancellation of Contract During the Cooling Off Period
13. Effects of Termination
14. Events Outside of Our Control (Force Majeure)
16. How we use your Personal Information (Data Protection)
17. Other Important Terms
18. Regulations and Information
19. Law and Jurisdiction
And the following Schedules:
1. Service Agreement
2. Model Cancellation Form
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