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What’s in a Supply Agreement?
A Supply Agreement sets out the terms and conditions on which a business supplies, sells or distributes products or other goods to another party.
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If you’re a supplier, it’s important to have a fit-for-purpose Supply Agreement that outlines how your goods or services will be sold or distributed to other parties. It protects your rights, limits your liability, and helps avoid unnecessary disputes.
If you’re a supply customer, a Supply Agreement ensures you’re supplied with the right goods or services at the right time.
Our fixed-fee Supply Agreement packages begin at £650. This includes a Supply Agreement drafted to meet your specific requirements as either a supplier or a supply customer. You’ll also receive complimentary phone consultations with a Sprintlaw lawyer and an amendment to the final draft we provide you with.
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Legal consultants advise on non-contentious commercial, intellectual property and IT matters, which are not areas of practice reserved to solicitors. By structuring Sprintlaw as a legal consultancy, we can keep our running and administrative costs down and pass on the benefit of savings to our clients and provide our services at a much more competitive rate than solicitors providing the same services. This is a new model of practice which has been available since 25 November 2019 when the SRA rolled out certain regulatory reforms.
Our team is made up of experienced lawyers, who are specialists in various areas of law and have all trained at leading law firms. They have left the traditional corporate law world to join us on our mission to create a new and better way of delivering legal services. Our team has expertise in technology law, intellectual property law, contract drafting and review, corporate law and commercial law.
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