Read the document to make sure it meets your needs and that you’ve provided all of the necessary information about the planned catering services. Remember that, if you have any questions, you can Ask a lawyer for advice.
Catering contract checklist
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Here are a few important steps to take to finish your document
The caterer and the client must both sign the Contract. If either is a company or a partnership, its representative (ie signatory) must sign.
The date that the Contract starts is the date on which the parties sign, if that is the same day. If they sign on different days, the start date of the Contract is the day on which the last person signs. Alternatively, the start date of the Contract may be a different, agreed upon effective date set out in the document.
You can sign your Catering Contract by either:
signing online using RocketSign, or
signing in print
print a copy for both parties
both parties should sign and date both copies by hand. They can do this at different times, for example, if the cater sends the client two signed copies and asks them to sign both and return one
Each party should keep their own original signed Contract.
A copy of your Catering Contract will also be stored automatically in your Rocket Lawyer account ‘Dashboard’.