Reading the Fine Print: Part 2

Reading the Fine Print: Part 2 Following last week’s instalment on food delivery aggregators, we’d like to present the last and final post in this series, in which we take deeper look at the legality and liability aspects of food apps or aggregators. Make sure you are comfortable with the payment terms, including timing, as mentioned above. Also, pay particular attention to liability and responsibility when an order is delayed, cancelled or the food has become contaminated. Read the termination provisions and understand whether you can terminate the agreement for convenience any time you want, or whether it can only be upon the aggregator’s breach. Also see whether the aggregator has a right to terminate for convenience (without cause). What would that mean for your customers if the aggregator changed their minds about working with you and pulled you from the system? And what happens once the agreement is terminated?…