A well-designed service contract offers a really useful platform and a permanent reference point for good positive and mutually beneficial business relationships, so it`s worth thinking about and doing it right from the start. It is often said that contracts and agreements are usually closed in a drawer and are never considered again after signing, and in many cases this is true, but the freedom of the supplier and the customer to continue the business is largely made possible because they have taken into account the position of the other and have agreed on the basis of delivery in the form of a correct contract. You do not have to look at the agreement, because the business relationship has been established correctly, which is made possible by the process of developing and agreeing to a solid and appropriate contract. In the absence of clearly defined and agreed contracts, misunderstandings may arise, the expectations of the customer and the supplier (customer and supplier) may not match and all kinds of problems may arise. The delivery contract is legally binding if it has been printed on an extrajudicial stamp document or an electronic affixing document, signed and dated by both the supplier and the buyer….