Glazing Terms and Conditions (Business)
These Glazing Terms and Conditions are designed for use by glaziers
providing their services to business clients. The definition of a business
client is broad and may range from the owner of business premises to a
landlord seeking the services of a glazier to work on their residential
properties. These terms of business are designed primarily for inclusion in
a document such as a quotation or for display on a website. They can also
be used as a stand-alone document.
A "contract schedule" is also included which enables the terms contained
within this document to be easily converted into a legally binding
Clauses in this template cover key factors including payment, the services
themselves, the obligations of the respective parties, insurance and
This document also includes a comprehensive set of “boilerplate clauses”. These standard clauses are designed to offer greater legal certainty and protection for all parties concerned.
An alternative version of this document is available which is designed for
use by glaziers rendering their services to consumer clients.
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 Glazing Terms and Conditions contain the following clauses:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
4. Fees and Payment
6. Customer’s Obligations
8. Liability, Indemnity and Insurance
10. Data Protection
12. Force Majeure
14. Effects of Termination
15. No Waiver
16. Further Assurance
19. Assignment and Sub-Contracting
21. Relationship of the Parties
22. Third Party Rights
24. Entire Agreement
27. Dispute Resolution
28. Law and Jurisdiction
and the following Schedule:
1. Service Agreement
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