Funeral Service Agreement

3.5 The funeral director may refuse delivery of the goods until the customer has paid for it, with payment made prior to the service. As with any business, we have our terms and conditions of sale; That`s the legal basis of our relationship. With our code of conduct as a member of the Association of Independent Funeral Directors (found under Code of Practice on this site), it is to protect all parties involved. These provisions can only be amended if they are approved in writing by a director. If you plan to use our services, please take the time to read our terms and conditions of sale. Carnell`s Funeral Home Ltd., as an executor, sub-agent or person authorized by law, has the right to set the necessary conditions for funeral services: 2.4 No representative or representative of the funeral director has the right to make statements, statements, conditions or agreements that have not been written by the funeral director and that the funeral director is not bound by such unauthorized statements. Since many families are inquiring about the payment methods available to them, Carnelles Funeral Home Ltd. readily offers the following payment methods: 3.4 The time frame for payment of goods/services is essential and is indicated on the agreement or other forms. In the absence of time, a partial payment is due at least on the day of burial or before cremation.

6.5 Subject to the contract expressly provided in this contract and to the extent that the service is provided to a person acting as a consumer (as defined in the Independent Contractors Act 1977), all guarantees, conditions, insurance or other provisions provided by law or law are excluded to the widest possible extent. There are a few details to keep in mind when you enter into the funeral contract with your funeral director. The broken-down part of the contract consists of three basic parts. Services, goods and cash. Breaking these sections may seem complicated at first glance, but most contracts are very simple and easy to understand. The last part of the treaty is the article advanced in cash. These are usually acquired by a third party and must be paid in advance. Some examples are commemorative DVDs made with an external company, gravediggers requesting advance payment for the service provided, or obituaries that should not be printed, unless payment is made in advance. Other examples include musicians, hairdressers, death certificates and permits.