Draft a contract not to exceed two pages in length, providing all essential terms, providing for all foreseeable contingencies that you can, and delineating remedies for breach based on the following facts:
You own a new restaurant called “Bill’s Mexican and Irish Food”. You have agreed to buy all the buffalo meat you need from “Fresh Exotic Meats “. You plan to only use them for all your buffalo meat as long as they meet your requirements that the buffalo meat is all natural and speedily delivered to you fresh each business day. You never want to deal with any meat that has been frozen or has been anything in it that is not natural to range fed buffalo.
You add the details, and the remedies, and everything else. Remember, you have the restaurant so you are writing the contract in terms that are best for the buyer of the buffalo meat. (But do not be oppressive to the seller – after all, you want to have a good supplier.) Make up any details that you wish that are not inconsistent with the basic facts. Prior to drafting the contract, you may want to list the issues for the contract considering the other party, the other side’s attorney, accountant, and CEO.
Be sure to be clear, providing a number of contingencies and remedies if there is a breach.