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Last revision: 11/23/2023
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A Catering Agreement is an agreement entered into where one party, the Caterer, offers catering services to the other party, the Client.
The catering services could be as simple as simply delivering packed meals to the client or as elaborate as setting up the tables, seats, chinaware, silverware, and glasses as well as providing wait staff, or anything in between. Whatever type of catering service will be provided, it is important that the parties enter into a written agreement that outlines each parties duties and obligations to avoid misunderstandings.
How to use this document
The user should enter all the information necessary to complete the document. This includes the details of the parties, such as their names and addresses, the details of event that will be catered, the menu and other services that will be included, and the fees for the catering services. Once the document is completed, the parties should print a copy of the document and review the same. If the parties agree to the contents of the document, they, or their representatives, should sign the agreement.
Each party should keep at least one original signed copy for their records.
Notarizing the document
Notarizing this document is optional. However, if the parties would want to notarize this document, the document includes an Acknowledgment portion. Notarization of the document converts the document from a private document to a public document so that it becomes admissible in court without need of further proof of its authenticity.
To notarize the document, the parties must print and sign an extra copy (for the notary public) of the document and bring all the copies to a notary public to acknowledge that they have signed the Catering Agreement freely and voluntarily. They should also present a valid I.D. issued by an official agency bearing their photograph and signature such as a driver's license or a passport, among others.
Once notarized, the parties should each keep at least one (1) copy of the notarized document and the notary public will also keep one (1) copy for their notarial book.
The laws on contracts and obligations under the Civil Code of the Philippines applies.
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