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THE VETERINARIAN TERMS OF TRADE
Business Manager for the relevant magazine on behalf of The Veterinarian. If a Client makes such a written request, The Veterinarian may, at its sole
discretion, accept the variation or cancellation. If The Veterinarian does accept such written request, The Veterinarian may charge the Client for all
work performed prior to acceptance as well as all costs and charges it has incurred in connection with the variation or cancellation of the Order. If
The Veterinarian does not accept any proposed variation or cancellation, and/or if a Client wishes to cancel part or all of an Order after the date
which The Veterinarian has specified as the deadline for submission of materials for any edition in which that part of the Order is to appear, the
Client will be liable for the full value shown on the Order for that part of the Order.
Client in those proofs or final versions of work. If Client considers the quality or content of any Work, as published, does not conform to proofs
approved by the Client (or if final proofs were not submitted for final client approval, acceptable commercial standards), any such claim must be made
in writing to The Veterinarian within 7 days of the date of publication of the magazine in question. No claim for any price adjustment based on the
quality or content of the delivered product will be considered if made outside this period.
Veterinarian is required to pay on account of any Goods and Services Tax or any other taxes or charges which may be established or levied by any
government authority (domestic or foreign) upon the goods and / or services or any part therefore or the supply, use, or delivery thereof.
the Client, the Client shall hold the Work solely as bailee for The Veterinarian, and the Client shall store that Work separately from its own goods
and those of any other persons and in a manner which clearly identifies the Work as the property of The Veterinarian. The Veterinarian reserves the
right to repossess any Work in which it retains title and the Client gives The Veterinarian an express license to enter is premises at any time without
notice in order to inspect or repossess the Work. Notwithstanding that The Veterinarian retains title to the Work in accordance with this clause 7 its
rights as unpaid seller shall not be affected. The Veterinarian responsibility and liability for risk of loss or damage with respect to the goods and /
or services passes to the Client on supply of the goods and / or services to the Client, his servants or agents
or services are invoiced to the Client. The Client acknowledges that The Veterinarian will incur costs and losses if Client fails to comply with these
payment terms. Interest may be charged at the rate of one point five per centum (1.5%) per month, calculated daily, on such amounts as remain unpaid
at the expiration of the thirty (30) day period and will be calculated as and from the date of invoice to the date payment is received. In addition,
The Veterinarian may also charge, and recover as a debt due from the Client, all administration and other charges which it incurs as a result of any
failure of the Client to pay in full within the specified 30 day period.
for that Work. These terms do not exclude any implied terms which by virtue of Section 88 and 74K of the Trade Practices Act and any equivalent state
or territorial legislation may not be excluded. All other warranties are excluded. The Veterinarian shall in no event be liable for any damage
whether direct, indirect, special or consequential arising in any way out of the claimed inadequacies or otherwise of the Work.
contractors and related parties for any breach shall be limited to:
agreement in writing entered into between the Client and The Veterinarian, the relevant terms of the other agreement will be read down to the extent
required to achieve consistency with these terms and conditions, unless that other agreement is expressly stated to override these terms, and the
agreement is signed by an Officer of The Veterinarian (as that term is defined in the Corporations Law), in which event those terms shall prevail over
these terms.. All either event, each agreement’s other terms and conditions remain unaffected other than to the extent of any such inconsistency.
11. CLIENT DEFAULT, INSOLVENCY OR ADMINISTRATION
is taken to liquidate the Client either voluntarily or otherwise, The Veterinarian may, at its option, withhold further supplies or cancel the Contract
without prejudice to its rights hereunder, unless the administrator or liquidator accepts all amounts payable under any order as a personal liability.
These terms and Conditions shall bind the Client in his own right, his executors and administrators.
submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of that State. The Client and The Veterinarian agree that if all or part of any one or more
provisions of this Contract are held to be invalid or unenforceable that portion shall be deemed to be deleted from the Contract and shall not affect
the validity or enforceability of the remaining provisions. Headings are for reference purposes only and shall not affect the interpretation or
construction of the Contract.