4. Limited Warranty: (a) MY COMPANY warrants, for a period of thirty (30) days after delivery (the "Warranty Period"), that all services are professionally provided in accordance with general industry standards. The exclusive liability of MY COMPANY (and the exclusive appeal of the customer) in the event of a breach of this warranty is that MY COMPANY again provides defective services or, if MY COMPANY is unable to remedy such failure within thirty (30) days, invalidates the invoice for the defective services. MY COMPANY is not liable with respect to a warranty: (i) if such a claim is made after the expiration of the warranty period or (ii) if the claim is the result of third party hardware or software, the actions of the customer or another party or is caused by other factors that are not subject to the proper control of MY COMPANY. Misunderstandings can lead to litigation and prosecution is costly. A service contract reduces the risk of misunderstandings and therefore the potential for litigation. Written service contracts are usually more necessary when the contractual terms become more complex or need to be explained more precisely. e. COUNTERPARTIES. The parties agree that fax signatures are as effective as originals. This contract can be executed by fax in any number of equivalents, all of which together form the same agreement. An accurate description of the services gives the client a clear idea of what awaits them and lets the service provider know what is expected of them. Please sign this agreement after approval.
The Customer acknowledges that nothing in this agreement obliges SAV to devote all or all of its time or attention to the services, and that nothing prevents or prevents sav from entering into agreements with other persons to provide similar services. (a) "Agreement" means this Service Agreement, all Service Plans and all amendments thereto; A service contract is especially important because services are more difficult to prove than a product. When a company buys a product, there is a physical object that must be shown for it. This is not always the case when a company buys a service. A service contract ensures that everyone understands what is being delivered and when. . . .