Gardening services terms and conditions

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T&Cs designed specifically for a business providing gardening services, whether B2B or B2C or both.

Author: Alasdair Taylor
Updated: 25 January 2021
Length: 15 pages
Notes: 15 pages
Format: MS Word (.DOCX)

This is our template terms and conditions for gardening contracts. The template has been designed for use by gardening services providers as their standard contract document.

Under the terms and conditions, the services provider must provide the services at appointments or in accordance with a timetable agreed by the parties. The specific appointments or timetable may be agreed either at the outset or during the course of the contract. Clauses allowing for the cancellation of particular services appointments are included.

The customer must provide all necessary access to the relevant gardens. A range of optional obligations in relation to the customer premises may be added to this basic obligation.

The terms and conditions contain an optional clause covering the storage of provider equipment and consumables at the premises of the customer. They also take account of the possibility that the customer may provide equipment and/or consumables to help the services provider perform the gardening services. The customer must ensure that such equipment and consumables are in good working order, while the provider is prohibited from using such equipment and consumables with respect to any other customers.

Charges may be agreed in advance, or calculated by reference to the time spent providing the services.

For contracts entered into with consumers, the terms and conditions include a clause permitting the consumers to cancel the contract in accordance with the distance selling laws (ie with respect to contracts entered into via email or on the telephone). If you will only use the document with business customers, you can safely remove this clause.

An optional confidentiality clause protecting the customer is also included. In most cases, you should be able safely to remove this from the document, but for more sensitive business customers it could prove useful.

The gardening contract document can be used by gardeners working as sole traders or through a partnership or company.

  1. Definitions
  2. Term
  3. Services
  4. Services appointments
  5. Provider personnel
  6. Customer Premises
  7. Customer obligations
  8. Provider Equipment and Provider Consumables
  9. Customer Equipment and Customer Consumables
  10. Representatives
  11. Charges
  12. Timesheets
  13. Payments
  14. Provider's confidentiality obligations
  15. Distance and off-premises contracts: cancellation right
  16. Warranties
  17. Indemnity
  18. Limitations and exclusions of liability
  19. Force Majeure Event
  20. Termination
  21. Effects of termination
  22. Status of Provider
  23. Notices
  24. Subcontracting
  25. General
  26. Interpretation

A copy of these gardening services terms and conditions is included in the following pack:

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