The parties approved the menu attached to this restoration agreement. The caterer reserves the right to make minor changes to the menu if important ingredients cannot be purchased for reasons not controlled by the parties. The following restrictions apply to this booking – [Event.LimitationsOnMenuAlterations] . Alcoholic beverages are not served without a separate agreement. This document, along with its exhibits and appendices, constitutes the whole agreement between the contracting parties. [Sender.Company] [Client.Company] [Sender.FirstName] [Sender.LastName] [Client.FirstName] [Client.LastName] Exibit A. Menu Details Here Menu Details… This document lists basic information, such as names and identification of data if it is the parties. From there, however, the agreement becomes more robust and all relevant details of the contract are entered, such as the details of the event.
B the pricing structure, menu, specific cancellation and penalty clauses, and termination information. Contracting a catering company is easier if you have already agreed with your customer on the terms of your catering arrangement. Before you start, you should look for examples of other restoration contracts on the Internet, as you may be able to use a form instead of creating your own contract. If the caterer is unable to meet its obligations under this contract for reasons not under its control, the caterer may set up and retain a replacement catering business at no additional cost to the customer or refund all of the customer`s money. Under these conditions, caterers are not liable for additional damages or compensation. Restoration agreements are relatively simple, but they must contain all the details of the relationships between the parties. These agreements should, for example, describe not only general trade agreements, such as price and service information, but also information about the actual event, such as time and date, as well as menus. A catering contract is a certain type of service contract by which a company, the caterer, enters into contracts for the provision of catering services at a particular event or events for the other entity, the customer. In these agreements, the caterer can be either a business or a natural person, just like the customer.