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Section 1. Use of Material, Copyright
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Section 3. Boar Group’s Liability
The Material may contain inaccuracies or typographical errors. Boar Group makes no representations about the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of the Material or about the results to be obtained from using the Site or the Material. Use of the Site and the Material is at your own risk. Changes are periodically made to the Site, and may be made at any time.
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INSPECT/TEST/INSTALL/MAINTAIN/CERTIFY/COMMISSION/DESIGN/TRAINING TERMS AND CONDITIONS - PDF Copy
This “Agreement” means an agreement between Boar Group – ABN 36718497624 (including Training Boar, and Smoke Alarm Boar) and the Customer relating to the supply and/or installation and/or sale and/or maintenance of products and services (as described in the quotation attached to this agreement) and includes all relevant schedules, forms, specifications and other referenced materials. These terms and conditions supersede any other agreements, or understandings (whether written or oral) and, in particular, any conditions contained in the Customer’s order unless Boar Group has expressly agreed in writing by initialling each such requested Customer’s term(s). No variation, waiver, or cancellation of the Agreement will be effective unless signed in writing by each party and any failure by Fire Bar to enforce any clause of this Agreement will not be construed as a waiver of Boar Group rights under this Agreement. This Agreement applies whether or not it is signed below as long as the Customer has had an opportunity to view it.
2. Quotation Validity
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, a quotation provided by Boar Group may be accepted up to 30 days from the quotation date, after which Boar Group reserves the right to amend or withdraw it.
3. Credit Account and Payment by Credit Card
The Customer acknowledges that the granting of credit is at the absolute discretion of Boar Group. Boar Group may, at its sole discretion, require you to pay the full fee or a percentage of the fee upfront or in advance.
Payment by credit card will incur a 2.5% surcharge.
4. Site Charges and Assumptions
a. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, charges for work performed:
i. are based on work being carried out during “Normal Working Hours” being 7.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday except for Public Holidays and subject to alteration by Boar Group;
ii. are based on having continuous, uninterrupted, and unhindered access to the required people, equipment, facilities, and areas where the work is to be carried out;
iii. working with hazardous materials (including asbestos, synthetic mineral fibres etc), or excavation works and, should Boar Group agree to carry out such work at the request of the Customer then Boar Group shall not be liable for any damage arising.
b. All additional costs arising from 4a) and any alteration to the specifications required by the Customer including any interruption or delays by the Customer, its employees, agents, or other trades during the course of work performed, or the extra costs of compliance with EHS policies may result in additional charges including the reasonable costs of delay.
c. If it becomes necessary to pay any additional site allowances, other than a State or Federal award or amounts in excess of any current workplace agreement applicable to the type of work being performed, these costs will be added to the Boar Group Feed) Any variations to the services required by the Customer must be in writing and will be priced in accordance with Boar Group standard price lists and shall include an amount for any design, management, overheads and profit.
d. Emergency service callouts will be charged in accordance with Boar Group standard fees for such service.
5. Customer’s Responsibilities
The Customer Shall;
a. Advise Boar Group of the existence of any sewer services, pumping services, sewer connections, sewer sludge mains, water mains, irrigation pipes, telephone cables, fibreoptic cables, oil pumping mains, and or any other services that may be on site and shall confirm the location of such services to Boar Group and technician before work commences. In the absence of such notice Boar Group accepts no liability for any loss or damage to such services or any consequence thereof and the Customer agrees to indemnify Boar Group against any claim whatsoever for any loss or liability under this clause;
b. provide adequate facilities at the premises at no cost to Boar Group, including parking, power, lifting equipment, scaffolding, scissor lifts, and rubbish removal skips;
c. Ensure that the premises must at all times be a safe working environment and (without limitation) will not contain asbestos or similar hazards;
d. Indemnify Boar Group against any claims for the failure of fire alarm monitoring equipment, telecommunication carrier lines, power supply, costs relating to fire brigade charges, or relocation of equipment.
e. Boar Group shall be entitled to rely on the accuracy of any plans, specifications and other information provided by the Customer. The Customer acknowledges and agrees that in the event that any of this information provided by the Customer is inaccurate, Boar Group accepts no responsibility for any loss, damage, or costs however resulting from these inaccurate plans, specifications or other information.
a. Boar Group shall use reasonable endeavours to complete delivery of the works, however, delivery dates or periods quoted are estimates only and are subject to workflow demands and prompt receipt of all information, material, and permits necessary to allow Boar Group to proceed with the delivery of the works.
b. Boar Group accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage suffered by the Customer as a consequence of any delay or failure to deliver the works
7. Base Line Data
It is the Customer’s responsibility to ensure they have provided Boar Group with all base line data (as described in AS 1851-2012) related to the customers property/building relating to this agreement. While Boar Group is happy to assist in the recreation of base line data if such data is unavailable all associated costs will be the responsibility of the customer. Boar Group accepts no liability in relation to the supply of services/schedules/completed works etc. if sufficient base line data has not been provided.
a. The Products supplied by Boar Group to the Customer under this Agreement are covered by a 12 month warranty which shall commence from the date of completion of installation of products, or for products sold on a supply only or supply and commission basis upon delivery of the products to the Customer (“Warranty Period”).
b. During the Warranty Period, any products that prove to be defective will be repaired or replaced by Boar Group at its option.
c. The warranty provided under this Agreement is dependent upon regular maintenance work being carried out to an Australian Standard or Manufacturer’s Recommendations.
d. The parties agree that when evaluating a claim for defect, due allowance shall be made for fair wear and tear of the product. Should the Customer or any other party attempt to carry out repairs, mal-operate or modify the products in any way during the Warranty Period, Boar Group shall be relieved of its obligations under the warranty provisions. In addition, the warranty does not cover work required to be done to repair a defect or damage caused by the Customer’s negligence, fault, neglect, abuse, incorrect use or as a result of vandalism, fire, water damage, power surge or other circumstance outside of Boar Group control or that of the manufacturer.
e. The Customer shall inspect all products upon delivery and within 5 business days of delivery, give written notice to Boar Group if any of the products are not in accordance with the Customer’s order.
f. Boar Group will accept products returned for credit where Boar Group has incorrectly supplied a product, or the product has been damaged in transit by Boar Group carrier.
g. Products may not be returned for credit without obtaining prior written authorisation from Boar Group.
h. Products returned for credit, except under f) above, shall be subject to a 15% or $20.00 (whichever is greater) restocking fee and except where products are returned under f) above, all freight charges for goods returned for credit shall be prepaid by the Customer unless otherwise approved by Boar Group in writing.
9. Dispute Resolution
The parties agree that they will initially use all reasonable endeavours to try and resolve any dispute arising under this Agreement within 10 business days of a party being advised by written notice of such a dispute. In the event that the parties are unable to resolve the dispute within that time frame they must refer the dispute to an executive officer from each party to resolve within a further 10 days. If the dispute is not resolved in accordance with the above, either party may refer the matter to mediation or commence legal proceedings.
10. Boar Group Liability
a. Nothing in this Agreement excludes, restricts or modifies the application of the provisions of any statute (including the Trade Practices Act 1974) where to do so would contravene that statute or cause any part of this Agreement to be void.
b. To the extent permitted by law, Boar Group aggregate liability under this Agreement, whether in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise, will be limited to the value of payments received by Boar Group from the Customer.
c. Notwithstanding anything else in this Agreement, Boar Group will not be liable for:
i. any indirect, consequential or special or economic loss, cost, liability, damage or expense howsoever arising; or
ii. loss of profit, loss of use, loss of income, loss of rental or other benefit, loss of production, loss of actual or potential business opportunity or loss of reputation.
iii. The Customer acknowledges and agrees that it is reasonable for Boar Group to limit its liability under this Agreement.
11. Intellectual Property
Boar Group retains all rights, title and interest in any intellectual property including any design(s), documentation, diagrams or plans existing or arising during the course of the work under this Agreement. All intellectual property supplied by the Customer at the commencement of this Agreement remains the property of the Customer but the Customer grants Boar Group a perpetual, irrevocable, royalty free, non-exclusive licence to use, reproduce and modify the Customer’s intellectual property. The Customer indemnifies Boar Group for any threatened or actual claim of intellectual property infringement arising out of Boar Group use of the Customer’s intellectual property.
12. Force Majeure
Means any of the following
a. act of God (excluding lightning), including cyclone, flood, earthquake, tsunami and bushfire;
b. unforeseen delay or shortage in materials supply required for WUC (Works Under Contract) which continues for a period of 20 business days or more;
c. epidemic, pandemic or quarantine by order of a Government Agency;
d. war, invasion, act of foreign enemies, hostilities (whether war is declared or not), civil war, act of terrorism, rebellion, riot, revolution, insurrection, martial law or confiscation by order of any Government Agency;
e. ionising radiations or contamination by radioactivity from nuclear fuel or nuclear waste resulting from the combustion of nuclear fuel; and
f. industrial action or dispute which affects the jurisdiction where WUC or the particular part thereof is being carried out and is not directed at the affected party or any of its Associates;
To the extent it:
g. was not caused by an act or omission of the affected party or any of its Associates;
h. was beyond the reasonable control of the affected party and its Associates; and
i. could not have been avoided or overcome by the affected party or any of its Associates taking reasonable precautions or steps;
A party whose performance of its non-financial obligations under this Contract is or will be affected by a Force Majeure Event must, if it wants to claim the benefit of a suspension under clause 12.0, promptly give the other party a written claim detailing:
a. the nature and extent of the Force Majeure Event; and
b. the effect the party reasonably expects the Force Majeure Event will have on its obligations under this Contract.
c. If a party gives notice under clause 12.0, the party’s non-financial obligations under this Contract are suspended to the extent that the Force Majeure Event prevents or delays their performance.
d. As soon as reasonably possible after a Force Majeure Event ceases to prevent or delay a party’s performance of obligations suspended under clause 12.1(a), the party must notify the other party in writing and resume performance of those obligations.
e. Any extension of time to the date for practical completion as a result of a Force Majeure Event will be determined under clause 34.
Each party must take reasonable steps to mitigate or overcome the effects that a Force Majeure Event has on its obligations under this Contract.
12.4 Termination for a prolonged Force Majeure Event
f. Either party may terminate this Contract by giving 15 business days’ notice to the other party if the performance of all or a substantial part of a party’s non-financial obligations under this Contract is or will be prevented or delayed by a Force Majeure Event for a continuous period of 80 business days or more.
g. Upon termination pursuant to this clause 12.4, the terms of clause 12 will apply as if the Contract had been frustrated on the date of the termination;
13. Liquidated Damages
Liquidated damages will not apply to the works unless specifically agreed to in writing, and then they are to be capped at 5% of the contract sum. Liquidated damages are not payable and cannot be enacted in the following circumstances-
a. any act, default or omission of the Superintendent, the Principal or its consultants, agents or other contractors (not being employed by the Contractor); or
b. any Force Majeure Event;
c. a failure to obtain materials, products or components for the Works from subcontractors or suppliers due to any epidemic, pandemic or quarantine restriction including the COVID-19 virus and the effects therefrom;
d. legislative requirements necessitating a change in the Works due to the COVID-19 virus and the effects therefrom;
e. site shutdowns and other quarantine restrictions to the Contractor’s labour force due to the COVID-19 virus and the effects therefrom;
g. change in legislative requirements;
h. delays in approvals;
i. a direction by an authority but not where the direction arose from the failure of the Contractor to comply with a legislative requirement;
j. delay by an authority not caused by the Contractor;
k. inclement weather;
l. industrial conditions that are not specific to the site or caused by the Contractor;
m. delay by utility providers;
n. unforeseen delay or shortage in labour and / or materials supply required for WUC (Works Under Contract);
o. any other event outside the Contractors reasonable control;
14. Rise and Fall
The Contractor shall be entitled to claim an increase to the contract sum if the Contractor can demonstrate to the Principal by written evidence (described in paragraphs (g) and (h) below) that it has necessarily and unavoidably suffered increased costs of the Selected Trades and Materials greater than that which it allowed for in the contract sum, as a direct consequence of changes in economic or market conditions outside the control of the Contractor having regard to the steps a competent contractor in the position of the Contractor would take in respect to mitigating additional costs.
In this clause, Selected Trades and Materials means labour and materials in respect of the following items (and is limited to the following items):
a. Fire Sprinkler Systems (eg. pipe, couplings, sprinkler heads, valves, pumps)
b. Fire Hydrant Systems (eg. pipe, pumps, couplings, valves)
c. Fire Detection Systems (eg. Fire Indicator Panels, detectors, cable)
d. Fire Water Tanks and valves
To claim an adjustment of the contract sum, the Contractor shall give the Principal written notice prior to commencing the work, stating:
e. reasons for the Contractor’s entitlement to the adjustment together with evidence to demonstrate the increase between the contract sum and the increased cost of the Works; and
f. a statement, stating the steps taken by the Contractor to mitigate the amount of additional work and additional cost including alternative quotations and other supporting documentation to demonstrate that the increased costs are competitive and unavoidable.
Within 10 business days of the date the Contractor submits its claim to the Superintendent for adjustment of the contract sum, the Superintendent shall make a determination based on:
g. the evidence provided by the Contractor; and
h. any alternative suppliers put forward by the Principal including reducing any price increase equal to the amount in the alternative quotes provided by the Principal.
i. Any increase to the contract sum determined by the Superintendent as shall be assessed by the Superintendent as a variation.
15. Fees and Charges
a. The Customer agrees to pay Boar Group the fees specified in this Agreement within 30 days of the date of invoice without set-off, deduction or discount of any kind. Should the Customer delay in making payment, Boar Group shall have the right to charge interest on the outstanding amount at the rate prescribed by the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005, as well as require payment in advance prior to delivery of further goods or provision of further services, or cease supply of further goods or services and terminate the Agreement. The Customer shall also be liable for any legal costs or agent’s costs and disbursements associated with collecting outstanding payments on an indemnity basis.
b. Payment of the fees is a fundamental term of this Agreement and to the maximum extent permitted by law, Boar Group will have no liability to the Customer for acts or omissions or work required to be undertaken by Boar Group if the circumstance or event which would otherwise give rise to liability occurs at a time when the Customer is in breach of payment obligations to Boar Group.
c. Title to and ownership of the products shall pass to the Customer upon final payment of the fees specified in this Agreement, despite delivery of the goods. Therefore, for the avoidance of doubt, the goods remain the sole and absolute property of Boar Group as full legal and equitable owner until such time as the Customer has paid Boar Group the full purchase price together with the full price of any other goods the subject of any other contract with Boar Group. Risk in the goods shall pass to the Customer upon delivery.
d. The Customer acknowledges that he receives possession of and holds goods delivered by Boar Group solely as bailee for Boar Group until such time as the full price thereof is paid to Boar Group together with the full price of any other goods then the subject of any other contract with Boar Group.
e. Until such time as the Customer becomes the owner of the goods, they will;
i. store them on the premises separately;
ii. ensure that the goods are kept in good and serviceable condition;
iii. secure the goods from risk, damage and theft; and
iv. keep the goods fully insured against such risks that are usual or common to insure against in a business of a similar nature to that of the Customer.
f. Until the goods are paid for in full, Boar Group authorises the Customer to sell the goods as its agent, however, the Customer shall not represent to any third parties that it is acting in any way for Boar Group. Boar Group will not be bound by any contracts with third parties to which the Customer is a party. Records shall be kept by the customer of any goods owned by Boar Group. The proceeds of any sale of the goods shall be paid into a separate account and held in trust for Boar Group. The Customer shall account to Boar Group from this fund for the full price of the goods. If the Customer is entitled to a period of credit, but if prior to the expiration of the period of credit the goods are sold, and the proceeds of sale received the Customer shall account forthwith to Boar Group for the price of the goods.
g. Should the Customer die, stop payment or call a meeting of its creditors or become insolvent or subject to the bankruptcy laws or being a company calls a meeting for the purpose of or to go into liquidation or has a winding-up petition presented against it or has a receiver or administrator appointed, Boar Group may at its option notwithstanding its waiver of such default or failure and without prejudice to its other rights under this Agreement suspend or cancel this Agreement or require payment in cash before or on delivery or tender of goods or documents notwithstanding terms of payment previously specified or may repossess and take over the goods and dispose of the same in its own interest without prejudice to any claim it may have for damages for any loss resulting from such resale.
h. In the event that the Customer uses the goods/product in some manufacturing or construction process of its own or some third party, then the Customer shall hold such part of the proceeds of such manufacturing or construction process as relates to the goods/product in trust for Boar Group. Such part shall be deemed to equal in dollar terms to the amount owing by the Customer to Boar Group at the time of the receipt of such proceeds.
i. If the Customer does not pay for any goods on the due date then Boar Group is hereby irrevocably authorised by the Customer to enter the Customer's premises or any premises under the control of the Customer as agent of the Customer and use reasonable force to take possession of the goods without liability for the tort of trespass, negligence or payment of any compensation to the Customer whatsoever. On retaking possession of the goods Boar Group may elect to refund to the Customer any part payment that may have been made and to credit the Customer's account with the value of the goods less any charge for recovery of the goods, or to resell the goods.
j. Boar Group shall have the right to adjust the fees periodically in respect of an increase/fall in the cost of its services.
k. Boar Group reserves the right to issue progress invoices of materials and/or labour expended on work in progress and to place into bond materials which cannot be accepted for delivery on site and invoice the full value thereof.
l. Where any supply of products or services is or becomes subject to GST, an amount equal to GST paid or payable for that supply will be added.
16. Hydrostatic Testing
a. Before any hydrant mains are turned off, we recommend an authorised person from the company or premises assist with an inspection of the fire service, so a timetable can implemented for the purpose of minimising the risk in areas which cannot be shut down due to operational and safety to employees on site while working.
b. Pressure testing of the fire hydrant service pipe work to the required design standard can cause some systems to fail or burst under pressure and we encourage all our customers to take the appropriate action in notifying their insurance company, employees, contractors, on the day of the test. Boar Group accepts no liability whatsoever for system failure caused by the test and any damage caused as a result of the performance of the test, regardless of anything else stated in this agreement and regardless of any act or omission by Boar Group. This quotation does not allow for the repairing of any pipe work or valves which leak while conducting the pressure testing procedure.
c. Servicing of any underground check valves or isolating valves which may be installed in a pit are excluded from this quotation and will be quoted separately, unless otherwise stated in the quotation.
d. Servicing of any underground check valves or isolating valves which may be installed in a pit are excluded from this quotation and will be quoted separately, unless otherwise stated in the quotation.
17. General Service Agreement/Quotation Summary Of Terms and Conditions
a. The customer acknowledges that the contract for the fire systems inspection & testing will be invoiced quarterly (3 months) in advance which is payable within 30 days of the issued date.
b. Only one visit has been allowed for inspecting each of the nominated services. Any additional visits due to access not being made available will be charged onto the client as per scheduled rates.
c. No allowance has been made in this quotation to comply with FM Global inspection, testing and maintenance requirements unless stated.
d. No allowance has been made in this quotation for boom or scissor lifts if and when required unless stated.
e. No allowance has been made in this quotation for consumables such as but not limited to fuel required to run the Fire Pump Sets for regular tests or upon false activation.
f. QFES call out charges due to false alarms and activations will not be the responsibility of Boar Group unless directly at fault from works conducted by Boar Group.
g. No allowance has been made in this quotation for the testing of tenancy fire equipment unless specifically stated.
h. This contract will increase annually in accordance with CPI.
i. Travel charges may occur to attend callouts
j. All works performed during business hours Monday to Friday 7.30am to 4.30pm unless otherwise stated in this proposal. Should works be conducted outside these hours, additional charges will be incurred by the client.
k. Boar Group will endeavor to meet the proposed estimated time frame to conduct works however; client acknowledges this is an estimate only and not a deadline.
l. No allowance has been made for onsite induction or permit to work requirements unless otherwise stated.
m. We have allowed for reasonable continuity to perform work. Should works not be completed due to client request or unforeseen circumstances additional charges will be incurred by the client.
n. A minimum site service fee will apply if client agreed scheduled works are altered once Boar Group staff have been assigned the task.
o. Additional charges will be incurred if any site-specific requirements such as access restrictions, isolations/de-isolations and safety standards have not been advised in writing/email prior to proposal acceptance.
p. Warranties on parts supplied by BOAR GROUP are subject to manufacturer’s terms and conditions. Warranty will be void if the client and or representative conducts unauthorized alteration to the goods supplied.
q. All risk for loss or damage to goods supplied shall pass to the client at the time of supply/installation.
r. Boar Group reserves the right to request an upfront deposit prior to work commencement and submit ongoing progress claims during works conducted. In this instance the payment terms is a 50% deposit prior to the commencement of the job and followed by 25% payment after 30 days and the final payment in full 14 days after completion and commissioning of the job.
s. If the Buyer defaults in payment of any amount, the Buyer irrevocably gives to the Company a right in addition to and without limitation of any other right the Company may have to enter, using reasonable force if necessary and without notice, any premises where the equipment is kept by the Buyer and to take possession of the same and thereafter deal with the equipment as its own.
t. In the event that payment to BOAR GROUP falls overdue, BOAR GROUP may suspend the supply of goods or services.
u. Any change that affects the trading address, legal entity, structure of management or control of the client’s business will be notified to BOAR GROUP, in writing, within seven (7) days of the change becoming effective.
v. Maintenance proposals (e.g. defect liability period or servicing as per AS1851) do not include parts/consumables or additional labor when necessary.
w. The statements made by the Company in relation to characteristics and potential applications of the goods are made in good faith to assist the Buyer, but, except where the Trade Practices Act, 1974, and similar state laws impose liability upon the Company, the Company shall not be liable for the consequence of such statements.
x. The client shall ensure all health and safety regulations are observed whilst BOAR GROUP staff are on the client’s premises.
y. The conditions of this proposal can be altered by agreement in writing/email by authorized representatives of Boar Group and the client.
z. Fourteen (14) day’s written notice by either party will be required to suspend any scheduled contracted maintenance agreements. Seven (7) days’ notice must be given to scheduled reactive projects.
aa. The Company shall not be subject to or incur, and the Buyer releases the Company from, any claim, action or liability for consequential loss or damage to persons or property, including loss of use of the goods, or of profits arising by reason of delays, non-delivery, defective materials or workmanship, negligence, or any act, matter, conduct or thing done, permitted or omitted by the Company.
bb. It is conditional upon agreement for BOAR GROUP to proceed with any works that the client indemnifies BOAR GROUP against any claim for damage, resulting from faulty or aged pipe work.
cc. Works by other trades are excluded from this quotation. No allowance has been made unless otherwise noted, for patching or painting of any part of the building. No allowance has been made for costs that may be incurred resulting from the presence of asbestos, synthetic mineral fibres or such similar substances in any form or any associated disputes arising out of asbestos related activity.
dd. No allowance made for repair of any faulty and/or dangerous electrical wiring or infrastructure found during works conducted by BOAR GROUP. All quotations are submitted under the understanding that all preexisting wiring and infrastructure have been installed in accordance with the relevant standards and are in sound condition.
ee. Boar Group reserves the right to suspend works if existing client infrastructure is found to be faulty or dangerous. BOAR GROUP has the right to claim for any time or parts consumed, and losses suffered (if applicable) by said event occurring.
ff. The Buyer shall indemnify the Company from and against all losses, expenses, collection fees, solicitors’ fees or liabilities incurred by the Company in relation to the goods or the services.
gg. All care and attention would be taken throughout the duration of the project by Boar Group tradesmen to keep the workface as clean and tidy as possible and in a safe manner, and Boar Group will not be held responsible for on-site costs such as for site cleaning or any other site-related work or services by, or on behalf of the builder or any other trades or companies
hh. Site specific induction costs are capped at $200.00 for any single contract. Additional costs will be charged to the client.
ii. New South Wales (NSW) Works- Sites who engage Boar Group for service contracts will be provided a completed Annual Condition Report in accordance to legislation. Annual Occupiers Statements will not be signed by Boar Group. Customers are required to engage a Licensed Fire Safety Practitioner (FSP) to sign off on Occupiers Statements and installation work at their own cost.
jj. Boar Group does not sign off on Occupiers Statements.
kk. The Customer acknowledges that in the event asbestos, or any other toxic substances are discovered at the Worksite that it is their responsibility to ensure the safe removal of the same. The Customer further agrees to indemnify BOAR GROUP against any costs incurred by BOAR GROUP as a consequence of such discovery. Under no circumstances will BOAR GROUP handles removal of asbestos product.
ll. The Customer acknowledges that it is their responsibility to ensure that all Goods, plant or equipment which BOAR GROUP is requires to install (or to connect any of its goods to) are the correct type, sizing, rating, standards, quality, colour and finish, conform with all relevant Australian Standards and local statutory requirements, and are as specified in the specifications, drawings and plans upon which BOAR GROUP based the quotation on and therefore, the Customer agrees to indemnify BOAR GROUP against any costs incurred by BOAR GROUP in rectifying such errors if required.
mm. BOAR GROUP is not responsible for the removal of rubbish from or clean-up of building construction site/s. This is the responsibility of the Customer or the Customer’s agent.
18. Air Conditioning Risk
a. Whilst the final location of any plant installation is at the discretion of the Customer, a charge will apply as a variation as if the Customer requests the unit to not be located other than as per quotation.
b. The Customer acknowledges and agrees that BOAR GROUP does not guarantee any noise levels (external or internal) and BOAR GROUP shall not be held liable for any loss, damages, or costs, however resulting from noise levels.
c. In the event that any of the equipment needs to be relocated due to complaints from neighbours or local authorities, then the Customer shall be responsible for any and all costs involved.
d. The customer acknowledges and agrees that it is their responsibility to insure any equipment partly or completely installed on site, against theft of damage.
e. In the event that the electrical wiring is required to be re-positioned or upgraded at the request of any third party contracted by the Customer, or to meet regulatory requirements, then the Customer agrees to notify BOAR GROUP immediately upon any proposed changes. The Customer agrees to indemnify BOAR GROUP against any additional costs incurred with such a relocation of electrical wiring. All such variances shall be invoiced accordingly.
a. Either party may terminate this Agreement if the other party commits any material or persistent breach of its obligations under this Agreement (which in the case of a breach capable of remedy shall not have been remedied within 14 days of receipt by the party in breach of a notice identifying the breach and requiring its remedy) or if a party becomes insolvent, bankrupt or enters into a scheme or arrangement with creditors. Termination under this clause must be affected by written notice to the other party.
b. In the event that this Agreement covers the provision of maintenance services and the Customer wishes to terminate prior to the expiry of the Contract Term, the Customer will be required to pay the remaining payments up to the end of the Contract Term. The Contract Term is defined as the initial term specified on the face of this Agreement then any successive 12-month period).
c. Boar Group may terminate this Agreement in whole or in part at its convenience upon the provision of 14 days’ notice in writing to the Customer.
d. If the Customer purports to cancel any order, contract or agreement prior to its commencement or prior to the completion of the Term, then the Customer shall pay to Boar Group on demand a sum equivalent to all Boar Group’s costs, fees and expenses incurred up to the date of such purported cancellation including any damages payable to Boar Group sub-contractors or suppliers together with a reasonable proportion of Boar Group loss of anticipated profits, as well as a reasonable administration fee.
e. BOAR GROUP may cancel any contract to which these terms and conditions apply or cancel the delivery of Goods at any time before the Goods are delivered by giving written notice to the Customer. On giving such a notice BOAR GROUP shall repay the Customer any money paid by the Customer for the Goods. BOAR GROUP shall not be liable for any loss or damage what so ever arising from such cancellation.
f. In the event that the Customer cancels delivery of Goods the Customer shall be liable for any and all loss incurred (whether direct or indirect) by BOAR GROUP as a direct result of the cancellation (including, but not limited to, and loss of profits).
g. Cancellation of orders for Goods made to the Customer’s specifications, or for non-stock list items, will definitely not be accepted once production has commenced, or an order has been placed.
20. Prolongation and Extension of Time Costs
If due to circumstances beyond the control of Boar Group the Agreement is extended beyond the original completion dates, then Boar Group is entitled to an adjustment of the contract sum in accordance with the formula -- Amount payable per week of delay = contract sum (including prime cost items) /original contract period in weeks x 15%.
Boar Group will at all times maintain current Public Liability, Professional Indemnity and Work Cover Insurances.
a. Boar Group may perform any of its obligations through sub-contractors.
b. The Customer hereby charges with payment of any indebtedness to Boar Group all beneficial interest (freehold and leasehold) in land and personal property held now or in the future by the Customer. The Customer agrees that if demand is made by Boar Group the Customer receiving such a demand will immediately execute a mortgage or other instrument of security, or consent to a caveat, as required, and against the event that the Customer fails to do so within a reasonable time of being so requested, the Customer hereby irrevocably and by way of security, appoints any credit manager or solicitor engaged by Boar Group to be its true and lawful attorney to execute and register such instruments. Notwithstanding any other provision in this clause and in addition thereto Boar Group may lodge a caveat noting the interest given by this charge on the title of any property of the Customer whenever it so wishes.
c. This agreement shall be subject to the laws of the State in which the works or services are performed