Ensure that your sale of goods and services are recorded in a formal, legally binding contract. This sale of goods contract will help protect both parties by keeping a record of the details included in the sale. It covers the sale of goods which are owned by the seller, the description of what is to be bought, and the price, including delivery and return fees. All the relevant information required when a transfer of goods and services are being exchanged are stated here, covering the warranty and limitation of liability.
When should I use a sale of goods agreement?
- when you are supplying goods with or without complementary services
- when you are supplying to businesses
- when you are supplying goods to specification or standard goods
- when you want a formal agreement rather than terms and conditions
What's included in a sale of goods agreement?
This sale of goods contract covers
- supply and contract formation
- price and description of goods
- any warranty
- limitation of liability to a non-consumer
What’s a sale of goods agreement?
A sale of goods agreement is a contract between two parties which contains a description of what is being bought and the price.
Do I need a sale of goods agreement?
A sale of goods agreement will help to protect both parties by setting out the terms of your agreement.
- if you are unsure whether you need to use this agreement
- for goods where there is focus on intellectual property
Where you are selling to consumers see our Terms and conditions for sale of goods to consumers.
This sale of goods agreement is governed by the law of England and Wales or the law of Scotland.