In addition, the proposal provides for a number of additional conditions that must be attached to the agreement as a timetable 2 and that these additional conditions apply to each contract in conjunction with the essential conditions. As soon as the agreement is attached to list 2 with the corresponding conditions, it will be signed by both parties. If one or both parties to this document are headquartered outside the United Kingdom or if one aspect of the Framework Agreement/Appeal concerns a territory outside the United Kingdom, we recommend that you consult the proposed agreement professionally before including this document. Paragraph 4.3 of the document makes it clear that they do not impose a restriction on the supplier on the delivery of third parties or the customer of the purchase by third parties. Therefore, if exclusivity is required, the document must be amended if necessary. [Added an additional calendar (s) each containing an additional set of delivery conditions] The specific conditions to be attached as Schedule 2 depend on both the particular nature of the products to be delivered and the circumstances and requirements of the supplier. As a supplier, you can attach a copy of your own standard conditions for the delivery of a particular type of goods or an adapted version of these conditions, or, if necessary, as a schedule 2, attach the conditions of delivery of the goods in that sub-file or any of the other conditions of delivery of goods that you can find in our business file, in both cases. Regardless of the conditions you impose, these conditions are considered standard conditions when the customer places an order with you. The model has the form of an agreement that contains the main general conditions applicable to each order. These essential conditions apply to each order, regardless of the particular type of merchandise the supplier makes available to its customer. One of the essential conditions is the ordering procedure described (in Appendix 1) that the customer follows during the ordering decision. This document does not require any order from the customer and, therefore, the document itself does not constitute an obligation for the customer to purchase a minimum quantity or quantity or minimum value.
Similarly, the supplier is not obliged to accept an order. If you want to impose a purchase or delivery obligation, the document must be adapted accordingly. If the customer chooses to place an order, this order, if accepted, will pay a firm contract for the supplier and customer for the specific description and quantity of the goods covered by the order. This sub-file contains a standard form of command that can be attached to the Schedule 1 ordering procedure.