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Terms & Conditions of Sale

  1. Entire Agreement. These Terms and Conditions along with the related quote provided by Hypneumat, Inc. (Hypneumat) shall constitute the entire agreement (the “Agreement” or “Terms and Conditions”) between Hypneumat and Customer with respect to the subject matter hereof. This Agreement is controlling and supersedes any prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings or representations, oral or written, relating to the subject matter hereof. Any conflicting, different, or additional terms in Customer’s purchase order, acceptance, payment, or other form proposed by Customer shall be void and are hereby expressly objected to and rejected by Hypneumat and these Terms and Conditions shall govern and supersede and constitute the complete and exclusive Agreement between the parties regardless of whether such terms by Customer purport to reject this Agreement.
  2. Termination. (a) Termination For Cause. Either party may terminate this Agreement to the extent such termination is related to (i) a substantial breach of the material terms of this Agreement, or (ii) any breach that has substantially frustrated the essential purpose of this Agreement, and in either case which breach is not cured upon Ninety (90) days’ written notice. At any time during the cure period, the party receiving notice of the breach may provide written notice to the other party that the breach is disputed, and the matter shall be referred to arbitration. The parties shall continue their obligations under this Agreement pending the arbitration decision. In the event the basis of the breach is related to product defects in quality or workmanship, such claimed defects must be substantial, systemic, and not previously and regularly accepted by Buyer. (b) Termination at Option of Seller. In the event any payment due and owing to Seller under this Agreement has not been paid by Buyer when due, Seller shall have the right to serve Buyer with a notice of written termination, and this Agreement shall thereafter terminate unless Buyer, within five (5) business days, either: (i) cures the default; or (ii) provides written notice of arbitration, which shall have the effect of postponing the termination pending the decision in arbitration. Seller shall have a special right of termination, without a right to cure on the part of Buyer, on the occasion of the third default within any twelve (12) month period by Buyer under this Subsection (b).
  3. Payment Terms; Orders; Quotes. Any quotation provided by Hypneumat will be valid for the duration stated in the quotation. If no duration is stated, such quotation will be valid for 30 days. If credit terms have been agreed by Hypneumat, Customer shall pay invoices net 30 days following the date of invoice. If installment deliveries of the Products are contemplated, they shall be under separate invoices with payment due upon delivery of each installment and without regard to other deliveries. Delay in delivery, misdelivery, improper delivery or nondelivery of any installment shall in no way affect the obligation of Customer to accept and pay for remaining installments upon delivery. Any amount not paid in full within 30 days of date of invoice will be subject to a service charge of 1½% per month on the unpaid balance, until paid in full. All prices are subject to adjustment on account of specifications, quantities, shipment arrangements or other terms and conditions, which are not part of the original price quotation. If Customer fails to make payment for goods delivered as herein provided, or, if in Hypneumat’s opinion, Customer’s financial condition or other circumstances do not warrant shipment on the terms originally specified in any Agreement made hereunder, Hypneumat may at any time limit or cancel Customer’s credit and may demand payment in cash for delivery of any part of the product. The net invoice price shall be payable in U.S. funds. Amounts owed by Customer shall be paid without set-off for any amount which Customer may claim are owed by Hypneumat and regardless of any other controversies which may exist.
  4. Taxes and Other Charges. Customer shall be liable for any tax, fee or other charge imposed on Hypneumat at any time upon the sale and/or shipment of the Products sold hereunder, now imposed by federal, state, municipal or any other governmental authorities or hereafter becoming effective for or during the period hereof, except for Hypneumat’s franchise taxes and taxes on Hypneumat’s net income.
  5. Title and Risk of Loss; Delivery. Title and risk of loss pass from Hypneumat to Customer upon shipment from Hypneumat’s facility, unless otherwise agreed in a formal agreement between Customer and Hypneumat and expressly referencing this paragraph 3 of these Terms and Conditions. Any insurance covering claims related to the Products, shipments, or losses arising therefrom must be obtained by Customer, and submitted by Customer to the carrier. Hypneumat is not responsible for Products damaged or lost in shipment. Any delivery or shipment date given by Hypneumat are estimates only and Hypneumat is not liable for any loss, damage, cost or expense for any failure to deliver in accordance with the given delivery or shipment date.
  6. Security Interest. Hypneumat hereby reserves a purchase money security interest in the product sold and the proceeds thereof, in the amount of its purchase price. In the event of default by Customer of any of its obligations to Hypneumat, Hypneumat shall have the right, in addition to any other rights and remedies available to Hypneumat, to repossess the products sold hereunder and without liability to Customer. In such event, Customer agrees to make the products available to Hypneumat so that Hypneumat can repossess them without a breach of the peace. These security interests will be satisfied by payment in full. A copy of the invoice may be filed with appropriate authorities at any time as a financing and/or chattel mortgage, in order to perfect Hypneumat’s security interest. On the request of Hypneumat, Customer will execute financing statements and other instruments Hypneumat shall desire to perfect its security interest.
  7. Cancellation or Default by Customer. This Agreement may not be cancelled, in whole or in part, by Customer, except with Hypneumat’s prior written consent. If at any time, in Hypneumat’s opinion, Customer’s credit is impaired, or if Customer shall fail to pay to Hypneumat any amount when due or if, at any time, Customer shall indicate an intention to refuse to perform or an inability to perform its obligation hereunder, Hypneumat may at its option require full or partial payment in advance of shipment or production or terminate this Agreement as regards further shipments, and, thereupon all obligations of Customer with respect to shipments previously made shall become immediately due and payable. In the event of such termination, Customer shall remain liable to Hypneumat for any and all loss or damage sustained due to Customer’s default.
  8. Force Majeure. Hypneumat shall not be liable for any loss, damage, delays, changes in shipment schedules or failure to deliver caused by any event beyond its control, including, without limitation, accident, fire, actual or threatened strike or riot, explosion, mechanical breakdown (including technological or information systems), plant shutdown, unavailability of or interference with necessary transportation, any raw material or power shortage, compliance with any law, regulation or order, acts of God or public enemy, prior orders from others, or limitations on Hypneumat’s or its suppliers’ products or marketing activities or any other cause or contingency beyond Hypneumat’s control.
  9. Limitation on Warranty and Remedies. Hypneumat automation units and associated products, are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for one year (12 months) from date of shipment. This warranty is based on proper maintenance, utilization within rated capacity and under normal use. For precision machining services, Hypneumat warrants the product herein described comply with the drawings and specifications supplied by Buyer on its purchase order as acknowledged by Hypneumat. In Any Event, Customer’s Sole Remedy Shall Be A Credit For The Cost Of Such Products Or, At Hypneumat’s Option, Replacement Of Such Products. Hypneumat Shall Under No Circumstances, Whether For A Failure Of Its Limited Remedy Or Otherwise, Be Liable To Customer Or Any Other Third Party For Special, Incidental, Direct, Punitive, Or Consequential Damages. No Waiver, Alteration, Addition Or Modification Of The Foregoing Conditions Shall Be Valid Unless Made In Writing And Signed By An Officer Of Hypneumat.
  10. Limitation of Actions. Any action for breach of this Agreement, other than for non-payment hereunder, must be commenced within one year of the date of shipment, or due date of delivery in the event of non-delivery, of the particular shipment upon which such claim is based. Customer’s remedies set forth herein are exclusive and the total liability of Hypneumat for damages shall be limited to the purchase price of the particular shipment.
  11. Third Party Products. Third party products carry different return and warranty policies than Hypneumat’s products. Third party products may be returned to Hypneumat in accordance with the third party program's return policy in effect on the date of invoice. Any warranty and technical support provided on a third party product is provided by the original manufacturer, not by Hypneumat. The warranties and technical support may vary from product to product.
  12. Hypneumat’s Remedies. In the event of any default by Customer, Hypneumat shall have all rights and remedies available to Hypneumat under law or equity.
  13. Indemnification. Customer shall indemnify and hold harmless Hypneumat from and against any and all claims, actions, suits, proceedings, costs, damages and liabilities of any nature, relating to or arising out of the delivery, rejection, installation, possession, use, operation, control or disposition of the Products.
  14. Governing Law; Venue. This agreement shall be governed and construed according to the internal laws of the State of Wisconsin without regard to conflict of laws principles. The venue of any action, claim or dispute related to this Agreement or to the subject matter of this Agreement shall be within the State of Wisconsin. Customer agrees to submit to personal jurisdiction for any action related to this Agreement and commenced in the State of Wisconsin.
  15. Amendment. This Agreement shall not be amended except by a writing signed by an officer of Hypneumat and specifically stating that it is an amendment.


Rev. 5-1-12

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE


  1. BASIC AGREEMENT – Buyer and Seller agree that Seller will sell to Buyer product from time to time ordered on or pursuant to Buyer’s “Purchase Order,” or otherwise, and that WRITTEN ACCEPTANCE OR COMMENCEMENT OF PERFORMANCE PURSUANT TO EACH PURCHASE ORDER SHALL CONSTITUTE ACCEPTANCE BY SELLER OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE (“AGREEMENT”) AND THOSE THAT MAY APPEAR ON BUYER’S PURCHASE ORDER.
  2. CONFLICTING TERMS – The terms of Buyer’s Purchase Order constitute an offer to purchase.  Any conduct by Seller which recognizes the existence of a contract pertaining to the subject matter hereof shall constitute acceptance by Seller of any Purchase Order and all of its terms and conditions and the terms and conditions of this Agreement.  Unless specifically agreed to in writing by Buyer, any terms in Seller’s quotation, acceptance, invoice, or other form supplied by Seller which are in addition to or different from the terms of this Agreement or Buyer’s Purchase Order (other than additional warranties given by Seller) are hereby expressly objected to by Buyer and rejected.  Any such terms provided by Seller shall be void and the terms of this Agreement and Buyer’s Purchase Order shall constitute the complete and exclusive statement of the terms and conditions between the parties and may hereafter be modified only by written instrument executed by the authorized representatives of both parties. Neither silence nor any other conduct, including acceptance by Buyer of any products ordered, shall constitute an assent to any additional, different or conflicting terms proposed by Seller or waiver of this provision requiring written assent.
  3. CHANGES – Buyer shall have the right to make changes in Buyer’s specifications or instructions for work, quantities, methods of shipments and packaging, and schedules and places of delivery as to any product covered by Buyer’s Purchase Order and Seller agrees to immediately comply with all such change notices.  Such change notices will be in writing and signed by a duly authorized representative of Buyer.  If such changes result in a decrease or increase in Seller’s cost or in the time for performance, an adjustment in the price or time for performance will be made, based upon the actual difference in expense or time necessary for performance of the work covered by a Purchase Order, in writing by the parties if Seller presents to Buyer an itemized statement of claim therefore against Buyer within twenty (20) days after receipt by Seller of notice of such change.  If Seller does not present such a claim within the time period specified above, Seller shall be conclusively deemed to have waived all claims against Buyer with respect thereto.
  4. CANCELLATION – Buyer reserves the right to cancel or suspend all or, from time to time, any undelivered or unexecuted portion of a Purchase Order (a) for cause if Seller fails to make any delivery or to perform any work as scheduled or if Seller breaches any of the terms of this Agreement or the Purchase Order or (b) without cause upon written confirmation thereof to Seller. Buyer’s entire liability and Seller’s exclusive remedy for any change and/or cancellation or suspension of all or any part of a Purchase Order shall be limited to Buyer being obligated to reimburse Seller for Seller’s expenses incurred prior to notice of cancellation and resulting directly or indirectly from any such cancellation or suspension made without cause; provided, however, that such amount shall in no event exceed the applicable pro rata portion of the Purchase Order price.  Any claims under this paragraph 4 must be asserted by Seller in writing within thirty (30) days after Seller’s receipt of written confirmation of the change, cancellation, or suspension as ordered and the amount of such claim must be stated by Seller in detail in writing within thirty (30) days thereafter.  Buyer shall have the right to access Seller’s books and records and shall have the right to audit any claim submitted by Seller resulting from such cancellation.  All articles paid for by Buyer as a result of cancellation shall become Buyer’s property and shall be disposed of only in accordance with Buyer’s written instructions.
  5. PACKAGING AND LABELING – All product must be packaged and identified, without additional charge to Buyer, in the manner specified by Buyer and shipped in the manner and by the route and carrier designated by Buyer.  If Buyer does not specify the manner in which the product must be packaged and identified, Seller shall package the product so as to avoid any damage in transit and identify the product by displaying Buyer’s name and Purchase Order number on each unit or package shipped.  If Buyer does not specify the manner of shipment, route, or carrier, Seller will ship the product at the lowest possible transportation rates.  Any additional freight, cartage, or other costs incurred directly or indirectly as a result of Seller’s failure to observe the conditions set forth in this paragraph 5 will be for Seller’s account.  A packing list must be enclosed in all shipments showing Buyer’s Purchase Order number and the exact quantity and description of product shipped.  If the product is not accompanied by a packing slip, Buyer’s count or weight shall be conclusive.
  6. DELIVERY – The obligation of Seller to meet the delivery dates, specifications, and quantities set forth herein is of the essence of Buyer’s Purchase Order.  Deliveries are to be made both in quantities and at times and destinations specified herein and, if not specified herein, in such quantities and at such times and destinations as are specified pursuant to Buyer’s written instruction.  Buyer may, from time to time, change or temporarily suspend delivery schedules.  Shipments in greater or lesser quantity than ordered may be returned to Seller at Seller’s expense unless written authorization to ship such greater or lesser quantity is issued by Buyer.  If Seller’s deliveries fail to meet schedule, Buyer, without limiting its other rights or remedies hereunder, may, at Buyer’s option, (a) direct expedited routing and charge excess cost incurred thereby to Seller, (b) cancel all or part of this order in accordance with the cancellation provisions hereof without obligation to Seller for cancellation charges, (c) purchase substitute product elsewhere and charge Seller with any loss incurred, and/or (d) recover all damage suffered by Buyer as a result of Seller’s failure to so deliver.  Product which is delivered in advance of schedule are delivered at the risk of Seller and may, at Buyer’s option, be returned to Seller at Seller’s expense for proper delivery and/or have payment therefore withheld by Buyer until the date that the products are actually scheduled for delivery.  The risk of loss, damage, or delay in transit shall be borne by Seller until actual receipt of the products by Buyer in conformity with the terms of this Agreement and Buyer’s Purchase Order.
  7. FORCE MAJEURE – In the event of the existence, happening, or continuance of any contingency preventing or substantially interrupting or curtailing the business of Buyer, such as fire, accident, war (whether international or civil and without regard to whether a formal declaration thereof has been made and whether or not affecting the country of Buyer or Seller), restraint by any government, order, directive, law or regulation of any federal, state, or local agency, strike, site down, lock out, combination of workman, shortage of labor, fuel, power or raw materials, embargo, restriction of transportation facilities, act of God, involuntary shutdown of Buyer’s production facilities, or any other similar or dissimilar cause beyond the reasonable control of Buyer, Buyer shall  not be under any obligation during the period of such prevention, interruption, or curtailment to accept delivery of or pay for any product ordered.
  8. PRICES –Buyer’s Purchase Order must not be filled at a higher price than shown on the Purchase Order.  Any change in price must be authorized in writing by Buyer.  If no price is shown, Buyer or Buyer’s agent must be notified of the price and acceptance thereof obtained before filling any Purchase Order.  The cash discount period, if any, shall be computed as commencing with the receipt of the invoice or all of the product ordered, whichever is later.  Delay in receiving, errors in invoices or shipments, and necessary time for inspection and testing of product shall not result in Buyer losing cash discount privileges.  Buyer shall not be liable for any federal, state, or local taxes, duties, customs, or assessments in connection with the sale, purchase, transportation, use, or possession of the product ordered hereunder, except those expressly set forth on the face of Buyer’s Purchase Order.
  9. INVOICES – Invoices must be rendered immediately upon shipment of product.  Invoices are paid from date of receipt of product and not on the basis of Seller’s invoice date.  All invoices must show Buyer’s Purchase Order number and routing.  Separate invoices must be tendered for each separate Purchase Order and for each separate shipment under each Purchase Order. Receipted express or freight bills must be tendered to support such charges when shown on an invoice.
  10. INSPECTION AND TESTING –Acceptance of product by Buyer will be subject to inspection and testing by Buyer after physical receipt, installation, or assembly of product.  Payment for product delivered hereunder shall not constitute acceptance thereof.  Buyer shall have the right to reject any or all product which, in Buyer’s judgment, is defective or fails in any respect to conform to the agreement between the parties; including specifications, drawings, samples, or other descriptions furnished by Buyer.  Product so rejected may be returned to Seller at Seller’s expense and, in addition to Buyer’s other rights, Buyer may charge Seller with all expenses of unpacking, examining, repacking, and reshipping such product.  In the event Buyer receives product whose defects or nonconformities are not apparent on reasonable examination, Buyer reserves the right to require the replacement of such product at no cost to Buyer upon detection of such defects or nonconformities.  The performance, quality, quantities, dimensions, weight, capacity, conformity, and characteristics last established by Buyer during inspection or testing by Buyer or during any subsequent inspection or testing by Buyer will be deemed accurate unless otherwise demonstrated to the satisfaction of Buyer.  The fact that Buyer may have inspected or tested or failed to inspect or test any product shall not affect any rights of Buyer at law, in equity or under Buyer’s Purchase Order or this Agreement.  Buyer shall be under no obligation to do any initial or subsequent inspection or testing of product.
  11. DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATION REVIEW – If Buyer or Buyer’s representatives review drawings, specifications, or other data developed by Seller in connection with this Agreement and make suggestions or comments or approve such documents and data, such action is only an expression of opinion by Buyer and shall not serve to relieve Seller of any responsibility for the reliability, quality, rate of output, cost, delivery, performance, or any other requirements of Buyer with respect to such product.
  12. WARRANTIES – Whether or not Seller is a merchant of the product provided by it, Seller warrants that all product provided by it (a) shall be of good quality and workmanship and free from all defects, latent or patent, in design, materials and workmanship, (b) shall conform to all specifications, drawings, samples, and other descriptions furnished, specified, or adopted by Buyer, (c) shall be merchantable and suitable, sufficient, and fit for their intended and particular purpose, and (d) shall be free of all liens and encumbrances and any claim of title of any third party.  None of the remedies available to Buyer for the breach of any of the foregoing warranties may be limited except to the extent and in the manner agreed upon by Buyer in a separate written agreement specifically designating such limitation and signed by an authorized representative of Buyer.  Buyer’s inspection and/or acceptance of and/or payment for product shall not constitute a waiver by it of any warranties and such warranties shall survive inspection, testing, acceptance, and use, either by Buyer or Buyer’s customers. Buyer’s approval of any sample or acceptance of any product shall not relieve Seller from responsibility to deliver product conforming to specifications, drawings, and descriptions.  This warranty shall run to Buyer, its successors and assigns, and its customers and other users of its products.  Seller agrees to replace or correct defects of any product not conforming to the foregoing warranty promptly, without expense to Buyer or Buyer’s customers, when notified of such nonconformity by Buyer.  A new warranty period shall be established for any such replacement or corrected product. All of the foregoing warranties expressly and explicitly extend to the future performance of the product provided by Seller.
  13. REMEDIES - Each of the rights and remedies reserved by Buyer in this Agreement shall be cumulative and additional to any other or further remedies provided at law, in equity or otherwise.  All product (a) not fully up to standard, (b) not in compliance with the specifications hereof, (c) shipped contrary to instructions or in excess of the quantities herein provided, (d) substituted for merchandise herein described, (e) not shipped in containers conforming to Buyer’s specifications (or, in the absence of such specifications, in recognized standard containers conforming to carrier’s specifications), (f) allegedly violating any statute, ordinance, or administrative order, rule, or regulation, (g) not packaged, bagged, labeled, invoiced, or stamped in compliance with any federal, state, or local law, rule, or regulation, or (h) allegedly infringing any patent, trademark, or copyright, may be rejected by Buyer and returned to Seller or held at Seller’s expense and risk.
  14. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY - Seller warrants that the product furnished under this Agreement and the sale and ordinary use thereof will not infringe any patent, trademark, copyright, or other rights, whether in the United States or elsewhere, or constitute a misappropriation of trade secrets or breach of confidential relationship with respect to product covered by this Agreement.  Seller agrees, at its own expense, to defend any suit or action against Buyer or against those selling or using the product covered by this Agreement for such alleged infringement, misappropriation, or breach arising from the sale and ordinary use of such product covered by this Agreement and to indemnify and hold harmless Buyer from any damages, liabilities, claims, losses, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) paid or incurred by Buyer in connection with any such suit or action, whether against Buyer or against those selling or using the product covered by this Agreement; provided, however, that this indemnity shall not apply to any such damages, liabilities, claims, losses, or expenses to the extent arising out of compliance by Seller with specifications furnished by Buyer.
  15. INDEMNIFICATION REGARDING DEFECTS - Seller shall defend and indemnify Buyer against all damages, liability, claims, losses, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising out of or resulting in any way from any defect in the product covered by this Agreement or any Purchase Order of Buyer or from any act or omission of Seller, its agents, employees, or subcontractors, whether based upon claims of negligence, breach of warranty, or strict liability in tort or otherwise.  Seller shall maintain such public liability insurance, including products liability, completed operations, contractors liability, and protective liability, automobile liability insurance (including non-owned automobile liability), worker’s compensation insurance, and employer’s liability insurance as will adequately protect Buyer against such damage, liabilities, claims, losses, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees).  Seller agrees to submit certificates of insurance evidencing its insurance coverage when and as requested by Buyer.
  16. INDEMNIFICATION REGARDING INSTALLATION – If Seller furnishes or agrees to furnish services of any supervisor, expert, or other of its employees or agents in connection with the installation of equipment or any other matter under this Agreement or to perform work on Buyer’s premises, Seller agrees that such supervisor, expert, or other employee or agent of Seller in performing such services is not and shall not be deemed to be the agent or employee of Buyer.  Seller shall comply with all applicable statutes with respect to worker’s compensation, employer’s liability, unemployment compensation, and/or old age benefit and other applicable laws relating to or affecting the employment of labor.  Seller shall indemnify, hold harmless, and defend Buyer from any and all liabilities and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising out of claims for injuries, including death, and also from and against any and all liabilities and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising out of losses or damages to property caused by or resulting from the performance of the work covered hereby.  Seller shall maintain, at its expense, complete worker’s compensation, employer’s liability, and public liability insurance against injuries to persons, including death, and loss or damages to property.
  17. CONFIDENTIALITY – Seller shall not, without first obtaining Buyer’s written consent, disseminate the fact that Seller has furnished or has contracted to furnish Buyer with the items covered hereby nor, except as is necessary for performance of this Agreement, nor shall Seller disclose any of the details connected with this Agreement to third parties. The obligations under this paragraph 17 will survive the cancellation, termination, or completion of this Agreement.  Any unpatented knowledge or information concerning Seller’s products, methods, or manufacturing processes which Seller may disclose to Buyer incident to the manufacture, sale or delivery of the product covered by this Agreement shall, unless otherwise specifically agreed in writing, be deemed to have been disclosed as part of the consideration of this Agreement and Seller agrees not to assert any claim against Buyer by reason of Buyer’s use or alleged use thereof.  If this Agreement involves experimental research or development work, Seller agrees to grant to Buyer an irrevocable, exclusive, and royalty-free license to make, have made, use, and sell any inventions resulting from the work under this Agreement.
  18. SUBCONTRACTING – Seller agrees to obtain Buyer’s prior written consent before subcontracting the production of the product covered by this purchase order or any material portion hereof; provided, however, that this limitation will not apply to the purchase of standard commercial supplies or raw materials.
  19. NOTICES – All written notices, requests, demands, consents, certificates, or other communications required or permitted to be given hereunder shall be sufficiently given when mailed by (a) certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, (b) commercial overnight delivery courier, fees prepaid, or (c) facsimile transmission and confirmed by method (a) or (b) above, addressed to Buyer or Seller, as the case may be, at their respective most recent addresses on file with the other party hereto.  Either party may, by like notice at any time and from time to time, designate a different address to which notices shall be sent.
  20. BUYER – For the purpose of this Agreement and/or any Purchase Order, “Buyer” means Hypneumat, Inc. and all of its affiliates, subsidiaries, divisions, successors, and assigns and any surviving, resulting, or transferee corporation, partnership, or other business entity and, for the purposes of indemnification by Seller, shall be deemed to also include all of Buyer’s directors, officers, employees, agents, representatives, contractors, subcontractors, licensees, and invitees, unless and only to the extent that the context clearly requires otherwise.
  21. ASSIGNMENT AND SETOFF – This Agreement, may not be assigned or transferred by Seller and no invoices may be rendered by persons other than Seller, without the prior written consent of Buyer.  All claims for monies due or to become due to Seller from Buyer shall be subject to deduction by Buyer for any setoff or counterclaim arising out of this Agreement or any Purchase Orders of Buyer with Seller.
  22. WAIVER – No waiver shall be implied by Buyer’s failure to insist on performance of any of the terms or conditions herein or to exercise any right or privilege granted to Buyer hereby.  No express waiver by Buyer shall be construed as waiving any breach hereunder or the performance of any of the terms or conditions hereof not specified in the express waiver, and then only for the time and to the extent stated therein.  One or more waivers of any covenant, terms, or condition hereof shall not be construed as a waiver of a subsequent breach of the same covenant, term, or condition.
  23. SEVERABILITY – If any covenant, term, or condition hereof or the application thereof to any circumstance or person shall, to any extent, be held invalid or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction, the remaining valid and enforceable covenants, terms and conditions hereof and the application of such invalid or unenforceable covenant, term, or condition to circumstances or persons other than those as to which it has been held invalid or unenforceable shall not be affected thereby and each remaining valid and enforceable covenant, term, and condition shall be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.
  24. COMMERCIAL REGULATION – Seller agrees to comply promptly and fully with every federal, state, and local law, rule, or regulation which directly or indirectly regulates or affects the product or services called for by this Agreement including, without limitation, those relating directly or indirectly to the containers, packages, labels, handling, shipping, storing, performance, labor, insurance, licenses, permits, fees, and documents, if any, pertinent thereto, and to indemnify and hold harmless Buyer from and against liability, loss, and expense (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) resulting from Seller’s failure to do so.
  25. GOODS AND SERVICES – The terms and conditions contained herein shall be applicable to sales of product only, to mixed sales of product and services (regardless of which factor predominates), and to sales of services only and, in all such events the term “product” as used herein shall be construed as including all services rendered hereunder, unless and only to the extent that the context clearly requires otherwise.
  26. FORUM AND JURISDICTION –Seller and Buyer hereby agree that any legal action deemed necessary by either party to this purchase order shall be brought in the Circuit Court in and for Milwaukee County, Wisconsin or the federal district court for the eastern district of Wisconsin and hereby consent to the personal jurisdiction of such court in any such action over the parties hereto. If, contrary to the provisions of this paragraph 26, Seller commences any legal action involving this Agreement of the product provided or services rendered hereunder in any forum other than that specified above, Buyer shall be entitled to the dismissal of such action based upon the agreement of the parties contained in this paragraph 26.
  27. GOVERNING LAW – This agreement shall be governed and construed according to the internal laws of the State of Wisconsin without regard to conflict of laws principles.

 

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