This Contract of Goods Two is an alternate form to the Contract of Goods One. Either sample letter can serve as an agreement between a buyer
and seller of goods.
Getting any type of agreement in writing is a necessity in the business field, but this letter isn't only useful to big business companies.
Any purveyor of goods, even if on a smaller scale, should have any and all arrangements made with buyers in writing.
More importantly, these types of mediation should be established before any transactions are completed.
Use this sample letter to set a precedence for all future negotiations. Professionally written and ready to use, give this sample a try.
Agreement made and entered into this [date], by and between [name of seller], of [address], [city], [state], herein referred to as "Seller", and [name of buyer], of [address], [city], [state], herein referred to as "Buyer".
Seller hereby agrees to transfer and deliver to buyer, on or before [date], the following goods:
Buyer agrees to accept the goods and pay for them in accordance with the terms of the contract.
Buyer and Seller agree that identification shall not be deemed to have been made until both parties have agreed that the goods in question are to be appropriated and fulfill the requirements of performance of said contract with the buyer.
Buyer agrees to pay for the goods at the time they are delivered and at the place where he receives said goods.
Goods shall be deemed received by buyer when delivered to address of buyer as herein described.
Until such time as said goods have been received by buyer, all risk of loss from any casualty to said goods shall be on seller.
Seller warrants that the goods are now free from any security interest or other lien or encumbrance, that they shall be free from same at the time of delivery, and that he neither knows nor has reason to know of any outstanding title or claim of title hostile to his rights in the goods.
Buyer has the right to examine the goods on arrival and has [number] of days to notify seller of any claim for damages on account of the condition, grade or quality of the goods. That said notice must specifically set forth the basis of his claim, and that his failure to either notice seller within the stipulated period of time or to set forth specifically the basis of his claim will constitute irrevocable acceptance of the goods.
This agreement has been executed in duplicate, whereby both buyer and seller have retained one copy each, on [date].