Supply of Services Contracts advice

Well-written Supply of Services Contracts are key to ensuring your business’s trade is formalised correctly. If not legitimised and put into writing, the likelihood of disputes emerging down the line increases substantially, which could negatively impact your customers and your business.

We understand that as a small business owner, you're faced with numerous business agreements and contracts daily. Ensuring that your Supply of Services Contracts are fair, legally sound, and meet the necessary regulations is essential for protecting your business and your customers.

Our team of friendly lawyers and solicitors specialises in reviewing Supply of Services Agreements. We'll ensure that your contracts are legally sound, fair for both parties, and beneficial to your business. With our expertise, you can rest assured that your agreements are in good hand.

Book a free 15-minute consultation with our expert lawyers today to find out more about what a Supply of Services Agreement review entails or call us on 020 3808 8314.

Typical questions to consider for a Supply of Services Contracts

As a business owner, it's important that your Supply of Services Contracts are set out clearly, are fair for both parties and follow appropriate regulations. If your Supply of Services Agreement is unable to withstand the scrutiny of a lawyer contract review, you'll need to adapt it to ensure both parties are protected and able to clearly understand their rights and obligations.

Our Supply of Services Contract Review Service addresses essential questions, including:

  1. Should we introduce a clause to limit liability for a certain period?
  2. Is this contract in line with standard Supply of Services Agreements?
  3. Does the contract include the necessary terms to ensure the client’s rights are protected?
  4. In what circumstances can the client terminate the Supply of Services Contract if the supplier doesn’t adequately perform?
  5. Is the contract too restrictive on the supplier?
  6. Ensure client data is protected from being used inappropriately or released to third parties?
  7. How should 'the company' be defined in the contract?
  8. Does the Supply of Services Contract adhere to the regulations surrounding IR35?
  9. What additional factors need to be considered if the company being dealt with is in another?

If you have any questions about your Supply of Services Agreement simply get in touch with us and one of our friendly expert lawyers will discuss your queries with you.

Let's get started on your new Supply of Services Agreement

If you're searching for a review for your Supply of Services Contract that is quick, simple and affordable then look no further! Our review services cover UK-related matters and are tailored to the needs of your business.

Starting at £180 (+VAT) for contracts up to 20 pages with a 3-day turnaround, LawBite’s Supply of Cervices Contract review service also includes a lawyer consultation to understand better how you can make the most of the service. 

Our expert lawyers and solicitors, all of whom are UK qualified, insured and highly experienced in SME legal matters, will check your supply of services agreement is fair, fit for purpose and legally sound to avoid disputes between parties.

Did you know that we also offer other contract review services, whether you need a contract review for software development or employment? We can check your supply of services contract is legally sound and fit for purpose:

  • Covers all UK-related matters
  • From just £180 (+VAT) for contracts up to 20 pages / 3-day turnaround
  • Including lawyer consultation to establish full requirements (all lawyers are UK qualified, insured, regulated and experienced in small business legal matters)

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