Catering Terms and Conditions (Small Functions) (B2B)

Catering Terms and Conditions (Small Functions) (B2B)

THP Shop

Catering Terms and Conditions (Small Functions) (B2B)


These terms and conditions (“the Agreement”) govern the contractual relationship between THP Shop (“the Caterer”) and businesses engaging catering services for small functions (“the Client”). By availing our services, the Client agrees to be bound by these terms.

Booking and Confirmation

A non-refundable deposit of [Specify Amount or Percentage] is required to confirm the catering services for the small function.

The booking is considered provisional until the deposit is received, and the Caterer reserves the right to release the booking if payment is not made within [Specify Timeline, e.g., 14 days].


Full payment for catering services is due [Specify Timeline, e.g., 14 days] before the small function.

Payments can be made by [Specify Payment Methods, e.g., bank transfer, cheque, or credit card].

Cancellation and Refund Policy

The Client may cancel the catering services by providing written notice to the Caterer.

The deposit is non-refundable. For cancellations made [Specify Timeline, e.g., more than 30 days] before the small function, [Specify Percentage]% of the total fee will be charged. Cancellations made within [Specify Timeline, e.g., 30 days] of the event will incur the full fee.

Event Details and Requirements

The Client agrees to provide accurate and complete information about the small function, including the venue, number of guests, dietary requirements, and any other relevant details.

Any changes to the event details must be communicated to the Caterer in writing within a reasonable timeframe.

Menu and Dietary Restrictions

The Caterer will provide a menu for the small function based on the agreed-upon details.

The Client is responsible for communicating any dietary restrictions or special requirements of their guests.

Responsibility for Equipment

The Client is responsible for providing access to necessary facilities and equipment for the Caterer to prepare and serve the catering.

The Caterer will provide a list of required facilities and equipment in advance.

Liability and Insurance

The Caterer is not liable for any loss or damage to property, injury, or any other unforeseen circumstances beyond its control.

The Client is encouraged to obtain event insurance to cover any unforeseen incidents.

Governing Law and Jurisdiction

This Agreement is governed by the laws of England and Wales.

Any disputes arising out of or in connection with this Agreement will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

By availing our catering services for small functions, the Client acknowledges that they have read, understood, and agreed to abide by these terms and conditions.

THP Shop

23 November 2023

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