The framework does not guarantee that the supplier receives business from the buyer. On the other hand, the contract is an agreement between the two parties that fixes the volume and quantities of goods or services delivered to the buyer. Here, the supplier is guaranteed to deliver its goods to the buyer. Writing these chords can be a daunting task for beginners and those who are not used to writing the documents frequently. In this case, a draft framework contract is useful to save the situation. . . .