While you might want your Payment Terms Clauses to contain a little bit more detail, these are the most common provisions used and are what most cases will apply. This page includes examples of force majeure clauses from agreements found on this website.
Understanding payment terms and including them in a Terms and Conditions agreement can help you to protect your company financially, as well as setting a good tone for customer relations.
One Example for Terms of Services for Payment Clauses
Nothing in these Terms will be interpreted as giving Apple the obligation to maintain and support the Site, or provide any corrections, updates, or releases related to it. Supplemental Terms and Conditions or documents which may from time to time be posted on the Site are hereby explicitly incorporated by reference.
These Terms and Conditions and your use of the Site are governed by, and construed by, the laws of the State of [name of State][name of State] applicable to agreements made and wholly performed in the State/Federality of [name of State], without respect to its conflict-of-laws principles.
Neither party agrees that no failure of either party to enforce any provision of these Terms and Conditions or the performance thereof by contract will constitute a waiver of its right to subsequently enforce such provision or any other provision.
The terms and conditions of this Agreement, and the right of termination, are determined by agreement between the parties pursuant to adjusting General Terms and Conditions and corresponding tenders and/or assignments from Processor.
You agree to comply with any and all such other terms and conditions, including, if relevant, by certifying that you are of an appropriate legal age to use or engage in any such services or features.
Your relationship with the Client will also be affected by your payment terms, and you might not receive any cents if you do not set any limits for when payments are to be made.