Terms and Conditions - Hardware and Software Supply (B2B)
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These Hardware and Software Terms and Conditions are designed for use in
situations where both parties are acting in the course of business. These
are not suitable for business to consumer transactions due to the
restrictive nature of certain clauses.
These terms govern the supply of computer hardware and software along with
related services which may include installation, on-site testing or
support. Such terms are ideally suited to companies providing network
design services and similar organisations that will use a combination of
hardware, software and service.
The provisions in this document regulate the relationship between the
contracting parties, covering important factors such as warranties,
delivery, returns, payment and performance. The position of the supplier is
protected through various measures designed to ensure that they are never
left at a disadvantage by the buyer.
This template is suitable for use only where both contracting parties are based in the UK and any products to be delivered are only to be delivered in the UK. For any other case, you should take professional legal advice as to terms of agreement suitable for the circumstances.
This template is duplicated in the Sale and Supply of Goods Agreements
These Hardware and Software Terms and Conditions for contain the following
1. Definitions and Interpretation
2. Customer Orders
3. Price Lists
5. Product Specifications
6. Hardware and Software Products
7. Delivery and Acceptance
9. Return of Products
10. Title and Risk
13. Customer's Obligations
15. Business Associates and Delegation
16. Proprietary Rights
18. Cancellation of Order
20. Consequences of Termination
21. Intellectual Property Indemnity
23. Health and Safety
30. Force Majeure
31. Non Solicitation
32. Law and Jurisdiction
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