Short Form A4 Page Invoice Terms and Conditions – Sale of Goods (B2B)
Certainty and clarity are important ingredients in any commercial
transaction, particularly those relating to the sale of goods. A sale will
be a great deal more straightforward if nothing is left to the imagination
on matters such as price, payment, delivery and the general rights and
obligations of the parties involved.
It is often the case that the only documentation in a transaction will be a
quotation followed by an invoice. As such, these Short Form A4 Page Invoice
Terms and Conditions for Sale of Goods have been designed for printing on
the reverse of an invoice. Although reduced in size, this set of terms and
conditions still addresses all key aspects of a sale of goods transaction
This document is designed to be used as a follow-on from the quotation
terms and conditions and repeats their provisions (whilst altering the
tense from future to present or past in certain instances).
This template has been designed for use in business to business
transactions. Great care must therefore be taken to avoid using these terms
of business in a consumer transaction.
This template is intended for use only where you and your customer are based in the UK and the goods are to be delivered in the UK. For any other case, you will need to take professional legal advice about the terms that you should use.
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.
This document has been designed to print on one side of A4 paper. If you
experience problems printing this document you may need to adjust the
margins of the document and / or your printer settings.
These Short Form A4 Page Invoice Terms and Conditions for Sale of Goods
contain the following clauses:
5. Basis of Sale
8. Inspection of Goods
10. Risk and Title
11. Rights, Warranties and Liability
12. Data Protection
14. Force Majeure
15. No Waiver
17. Law and Jurisdiction
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