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Catering Contract

Prepare customer contracts for your catering business quickly and easily with this professional Catering Contract template.
  • The form is totally editable and can be filled in on a computer, or printed off and used as a paper document template, which can be filled in by hand with the client.
  • The client agrees to pay for a guaranteed number of guests, and an additional per person charge if the actual number of guests exceeds the guaranteed number.
  • The caterer reserves the right to substitute unavailable or overpriced items.
  • The Contract includes provisions for the caterer to provide serving staff and bartenders, if the client requires. The client agrees to pay overtime for staff that are required outside of the hours set by the Contract.
  • The caterer is responsible for obtaining its own general liability insurance coverage.
  • The client must provide adequate food and beverage storage facilities, and the client is responsible for any illness or death resulting from a delay in serving the food which is not directly attributable to the caterer.
  • The caterer's liability is limited to the actual amount of damages sustained by the client or the sum of all amounts paid by the client.
  • The form includes a contract price worksheet.
This Catering Contract is provided in MS Word format, and is easy to use and edit to fit your needs.

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