Hardware Agreements typically provide frameworks for the delivery of computer hardware to a customer. These transactions can take a variety of forms, all of which involve several key issues. The first issue is related to equipment performance. Price and payment are also concerns for both parties. Finally, your document must also address performance and remedies. The Hardware Library provides four separate sub-libraries which address each of these issues in a different transactional context. The Equipment Lease Sub-Library provides forms for leasing computer equipment. The Purchase Agreement Sub-Library provides documents under which computer hardware is sold (i.e. conveyance of title) to an end customer. Maintenance Agreements addressing services issues are available in the third sub-library. The fourth sub-library provides forms for establishing OEM agreements for resale of computer hardware.
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