When selling goods or services to a customer the price and the quantity will often be agreed but there are other aspects to the sale that should be considered. These include what happens if the goods or services are not adequate, when payment is due and how goods are to be delivered. Without tailored terms that cover these aspects of a sale, the law will imply its own terms. There are aspects of the law that will not be adequate for every business and so the business should have its own terms detailing how the provision of the goods or services is to operate.
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