Supply of Goods & Services

At MSR Solicitors, we pride ourselves on our expertise in drafting supply of goods and services agreements under English law. Our team of highly skilled and experienced solicitors have a deep understanding of the complexities involved in such agreements, and are committed to providing our clients with comprehensive and tailored legal solutions.

Bespoke Service

Our drafting process begins with a thorough consultation with our clients, where we take the time to understand their specific needs and objectives. We then use our extensive knowledge of case law and legislation to draft agreements that are legally sound and fully protect the interests of our clients.

One key aspect that we focus on in our drafting is the inclusion of clear and unambiguous terms and conditions. This not only helps to avoid any misunderstandings between the parties, but also ensures that the rights and obligations of each party are clearly defined. In addition to the terms and conditions, we also pay close attention to the clauses relating to delivery and payment and tailor the same to your business needs.

Case Law & Legislation

Key legislation in this area includes the Supply of Goods & Services Act 1982. Of note is the Consumer Rights Act 2015 which replaced, in parts, the Sale of Goods Act 1979, although the latter remains the key legislation for B2B transactions. Also relevant is case law, the most important of which may be the landmark case of L’Estrange v Graucob, which established the principle of ‘caveat emptor’ (buyer beware) in commercial contracts.

These are several must-have touchpoints in any supply of goods and services agreement – or equivalent website terms and conditions – and we ensure that they are drafted in a way that is fair and reasonable for both parties.

Warranties & Indemnities

Another important aspect that we focus on is the inclusion of appropriate warranties and indemnities. These clauses provide additional protection for our clients in the event of any breach of contract or defective goods or services.

In addition to drafting, we also offer comprehensive review and negotiation services, where we can advise on agreements that have been drafted by other parties. Our aim is to ensure that our clients enter into agreements that are fair, legally binding, and in their best interests.

Contact us today for a free initial consultation.

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