An Agreement Where A Buyer Is Required To Buy Additional Products From The Seller

Where the supply of products under these terms and conditions is subject to the granting of an export or import licence by a government and/or government authority in accordance with an applicable law or regulation, or is subject to other restrictions or prohibitions: The seller may suspend his obligations and the buyer`s rights with respect to this delivery until such a license is granted or for the duration of that restriction or prohibition, and the seller may even terminate an agreement related to these products without any liability to the buyer. In addition, when an end-user statement is required, the seller immediately informs the seller and the buyer will make the document available to the seller at the seller`s first written request; When an import certificate is required, the buyer immediately informs the seller and the buyer makes it available to the seller as soon as it is available. By accepting the seller`s offer, entering into an agreement and/or accepting products, the buyer agrees not to deal with related products and/or documents, in violation of applicable export or import control laws and regulations. With the exception of the unique and exclusive buyer`s remedies provided in the IoTize warranty, support and maintenance contract, the seller assumes no liability or obligation to the purchaser or any other person for claims, losses, damages or costs of any kind, caused, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, by the inadequacy of products for any purpose; any infringement, intrusion or absence of products covered by the warranty, assistance and maintenance of Reasoning`s branded tools, use or performance of products, interruption or loss of services or special, direct, indirect, random or consequential damage, including, without limitation, personal injury or loss of business or profits or other damage, whether or not the buyer has informed the Seller of the possibility or likelihood of such damage. The buyer undertakes to compensate the seller for any liability, loss, cost or damage described in the sentence above, with the exception of the unique and exclusive remedies set out in the previous paragraph, claims of the parties (including claims by customers, employees, contractors, subcontractors and agents of the purchaser, their respective employees and the purchaser`s work allowances or subcontracting, Customer or property claims or property damage (material or immaterial) resulting from the presence or use of the products or product defects, whether such liability, loss, loss, cost or , its representatives, collaborators, subcontractors, suppliers or suppliers, or for lack of products, whether it is alleged that the seller contributed in whole or in part or that there is therefore liability for non-delegated obligations. The parties intend to establish a relationship between the buyer and the seller and are, as such, independent contractors for whom no party has the power to create an explicit or implied obligation on behalf of the other parties. The term “force majeure” refers to any circumstances or events that are not subject to the appropriate control of the seller (whether foreseeable or not at the time of the offer, confirmation or agreement), which reasonably prevents the seller from fulfilling its obligations. These circumstances or events include: acts of God, war, war, civil war, terrorism, insurrections, strikes, fires, floods, earthquakes, labour disputes, epidemics, regulations and/or similar acts, cargo embargoes, unavailability of necessary permits, licences and/or authorizations, failures or delays of suppliers or subcontractors and/or infeasibility, transport, fuel, energy;