There is an arbitration clause in the contract. (or insurance clause, inspection clause, shipping clause...)
We sincerely hope that both quality and quantity are in conformity with the contract stipulations.
The contract states that the supplier will be charged a penalty if there is a delay in delivery.
The contract comes into effect today, we can’t go back on our word now.
Once the contract is approved by the Chinese government, it is legally binding upon both parties.
We always carry out the terms of our contract to the letter and stand by what we say.
You have no grounds for backing out of the contract.
In case one party fails to carry out the contract, the other party is entitled to cancel the contract.
This contract will come into force as soon as it is signed by two parties.
Are you worrying about the non-execution of the contract and non-payment on our part?
You cannot cancel the contract without first securing our agreement.
We signed a contract for medicines.
A Japanese company and SINOCHEM have entered into a new contract.
I know we (the seller) should draw up a contract and the buyer has to sign it.
We both want to sign a contract, and we have to make some concessions to do it.
Our current contract is about to expire, and we’ll need to discuss a new one.
We ought to clear up problems arising from the old contract.
Do you always make out a contract for every deal?
These are two originals of the contract we prepared.
We enclose our sales contract No.45 in duplicate.
May I refer you to the contract stipulation about packing (or shipping....)?