Mutual Agreement Between Supplier And Buyer

Guarantee and Liability (a) Subject to a condition, guarantee or right that are implied or imposed by the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (Cth) (Cth) (CCA) or any other law that cannot be excluded by law by convention, or explicit provisions under these conditions, the Seller gives no guarantee regarding the goods delivered and any other condition, guarantee and implied or imposed rights. If a condition, guarantee or right is implied or imposed by law and cannot be excluded, the seller limits liability for the violation of that implied or imposed condition, warranty or law to the broadest extent permitted by law. Price If the parties do not agree otherwise in writing, prices are set in the current price list that the Seller establishes from time to time, plus the GST to be paid by the Seller and subject to a change from the seller without notice. If, between the date of acceptance of an order and the issuance of an invoice, an increase in the fee for the seller of the delivery of the goods that is outside the seller`s control, the seller can increase the amount of the invoice depending on the increase in the fee. (d) “contract,” a contract between the seller and the buyer for the sale of the goods. The supplier agrees to ensure that its employees, representatives and subcontractors are committed to the commitments contained in this clause. 2.4 Unless the company agrees otherwise in writing, these conditions are priorities and priorities as long as there is a conflict between the terms and other documents or correspondences that are part of an order or contract. The terms can only be changed by a written agreement between the parties. 11.4 The supplier does not use or authorize the use of information for any purpose other than those provided for in the order or contract, unless authorized by a separate agreement between the parties. 2.3 Unless the Entity agrees otherwise, an order and the terms of each contract constitute the entire agreement between the Company and the Supplier, under which the supplier provides goods and/or services to the Company. No requirement specified by the Supplier in an offer, invoice or other document is binding on the company unless it has accepted it in writing.

Any dispute between the supplier and the company resulting from an order or otherwise, which is not resolved by the supplier and the company within 14 days of a notification to the other party of one of the parties indicating that it is a notification pursuant to this clause 21, is referred for decision to the person agreed between the company and the supplier, or, in non-agreement, to the candidate of the company who acts as an independent expert and not as an arbitrator, and the written decision of the expert is definitively binding on the parties.

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