Contracts & conditions

General terms & conditions

General terms and conditions in transport and logistics provide a framework for the contractual relationships between service providers and their customers or between service providers and their subcontractors. These terms and conditions cover a wide range of aspects, including the scope of services, payment terms, liability, insurance, applicable laws, disputes, etc. They establish the rights and responsibilities of both parties and help to ensure a fair and transparent business environment.

ITL Attorneys has the right expertise and experience in drafting and modelling such general terms and conditions for transport companies and logistics service providers. We can provide terms and conditions for transport operations, for subcontracting in transport, for warehouse services, for general logistics services, for multimodal transport operations, etc. Every set of terms and conditions are drafted in consultation with the client and in accordance with the specific needs of the client.

Within the transport and logistics sector, ITL Attorneys has the necessary knowledge of the specific, applicable laws and regulations and can therefore provide terms and conditions that meet the legal requirements, provide clarity within the contractual framework for the service provider and other parties involved and reduce the risk of non-compliance and potential legal disputes. If a legal dispute would arise, the terms and conditions give the service provider a necessary tool for managing the dispute and eliminate or minimize legal risks.


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