Terms & Conditions

    1. Payment Terms: Deposit is required upon signing the contract, with the remaining balance due two week prior to the event date. In the event of a cancellation,the deposit is transferable for an event of equal or greater magnitude, but will not be refunded.
    2. Changes to the Event: Any changes to the event must be made in writing and approved by both parties. The event catering planner reserves the right to charge additional fees for changes made after the contract is signed.
    3. Liability: The event catering planner is not liable for any damages or losses that occur during the event, including but not limited to theft, damage to property, or injury. The client is responsible for obtaining any necessary insurance coverage for the event.
    4. Cancellation Policy: In the event of cancellation, the client must notify the event catering planner in writing. The event catering planner will retain the deposit and any additional fees paid up to the point of cancellation.
    5. Termination of Services: The event planner reserves the right to terminate services if the client breaches any of the terms of the contract or engages in behavior that is deemed unacceptable.
    6. Confidentiality: The event catering planner agrees to keep all information pertaining to the client and the event confidential and not to disclose it to any third parties without the client’s written consent.
    7. Intellectual Property: Any intellectual property created by the event catering planner for the client’s event, including but not limited to designs, plans, and proposals, shall remain the property of the event planner.
    8. Governing Law: This contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction in which the event is being held.
    9. Use of Digital material: By signing the contract, the client accepts that all digital content generated and associated with the event can be used for advertising and promotional purposes of the catering company.
    10. Force Majeure: The event catering planner is not responsible for any failure to perform its obligations under the contract due to circumstances beyond its control, including but not limited to acts of God, war, terrorism, and natural disasters.
    11. Entire Agreement: This contract constitutes the entire agreement between the client and the event catering planner and supersedes all prior negotiations, understandings, and agreements between the parties.


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