Terms & Agreements

Terms and Conditions of Website Use
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Terms & Conditions for the Supply of Drafting Services


1. Definitions and interpretation  

In these terms and conditions:

Force Majeure means an event or cause which is beyond the control of the Party claiming force majeure, not able to be overcome by the exercise of reasonable care, and which could not have been reasonably foreseen.

Information means all information provided to the Principal by the client or its representatives including data, measurements or other information used by the Principal in providing the Services.

Intellectual Property Rights means all industrial and intellectual property rights whether protectable by statute, at common law or in equity.

Liabilities means Claims, losses, liabilities, damages, interest and costs and other expenses of any kind.

Services mean the provision of drafting services including the drawing and lodgement of local council plans.

2. Entire agreement

The attached invoice and these terms contain the entire agreement between the Principal and the Client and supersedes all prior communications and negotiations between the Principal and the Client.

3. Principal’s warranties

The Principal warrants that the Services will be provided with due diligence and in accordance with the Information provided to it by the client and/or its representatives. To the extent permitted by law the Principal does not warrant or  promise that the Services will be fit for any particular use or purpose whether express or implied. To the extent permitted by law, the Client discharges, releases and indemnifies the Principal from all Liabilities including any Liabilities arising from any referral by the Principal to any third party, or any misinformation or error in the Information.

4. Referrals

The Principal may refer the Client to a building contractor, certifying authority or other third party for the carrying out of certifications or construction work.  The Principal may receive a commission for such referral, which is hereby acknowledged by the Client.  The client must make its own enquiries in relation to or the suitability of any such referral, building contractor or other third party, and to the extent permitted by law the Client discharges, releases and indemnifies the Principal from all Liabilities arising thereof.

5. Payments to Principal

Unless otherwise provided in the Contract, all payments required to be made pursuant to the Contract must be made by electronic funds transfer into the Principal’s nominated bank account, within 14 days of Invoice.  Any delay in payments will attract interest at the rate of 1.5% per month.

6. Intellectual Property

All intellectual property in the Services remains with the Principal.  Upon payment in full, the Principal grants to the Client a non-transferrable licence to utilise the Services solely for the location and purposes reasonably inferred therein.

7. Force Majeure

A Party will not be liable for any delay or failure to perform any of its obligations under the Contract (other than an obligation to pay money) if such delay or failure to perform arises form an event of Force Majeure.


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