This Export Agreement (or "Terms and Conditions of Export") are suitable where a UK supplier is selling goods for export in the course of a business to business (B2B) transaction. They are not suitable where the supplier is selling to another UK customer.
The agreement refers to "Incoterms", a set of international standard definitions published by the International Chamber of Commerce that allow terms to be set without the risk of confusion, even when translated into different languages.
The Export Agreement sets out the standard terms and conditions of sale where you, the seller, are contracting with a buyer in the course of a B2B transaction, for the sale of goods on your terms. These standard terms and conditions of sale would normally be set out on the reverse of any quotation .
This Export Agreement is suitable for use by a UK based business in England, Scotland or Wales and includes clauses covering:
- price and payment
- title and risk
- intellectual property rights
- bespoke goods