Terms and Conditions for Purchase Orders

The following terms and conditions apply to each of our purchase orders.

Notice of Confidentiality

The information contained in this purchase order is legally privileged and confidential, intended only for the use of the individual or entity named within the document. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, distribution or taking of any action in reliance on the telecopied information is strictly prohibited.

  1. Unless waived or otherwise agreed to in writing by the Purchaser, this Purchase Order and its terms shall not be altered, amended, varied, or modified. Any inconsistent or additional terms or conditions proposed by the Seller are hereby rejected and shall not bind the purchaser in any way.
  2. Payment for satisfactory goods and/or services shall be made in Canadian funds, net 30 days from date of delivery or invoice (whichever is later) unless otherwise agreed. Drafts will not be honoured and cash discounts are to be calculated from date of receipt of acceptable invoices by the Purchaser.
  3. Unless otherwise specified, the price specified on the front of this Purchase Order shall be the complete cost to the Purchaser and includes all fees, royalties, licences, levies and charges of every description (including any freight-related charges).
  4. Time of delivery and/or installation shall be of the essence. Failure to deliver or install in the quantities and with the specifications described on the delivery dates specified shall entitle the Purchaser at its sole option to cancel any portion or all of the shipment without liability or cost, in addition to any other rights of the Purchaser.
    1. Regardless of payment, all goods and services shall be subject to inspection and approval by the Purchaser without limitation as to time. The Purchaser may reject the goods and/or services, in whole or in part, and/or terminate the contract if, in the opinion of the Purchaser, the goods and/or services, in whole or in part, are unsatisfactory, non-conforming to order or specification, or if the Seller has breached any term or condition of this Purchaser Order.
    2. In the case of rejected goods, the Purchaser may either return those goods to the Vendor at the Vendor's risk and expense, or, advise the Vendor to remove the rejected goods, at the Seller's risk and expense, whereupon any responsibility of the Purchaser with respect to the rejected goods shall absolutely cease.
    3. In the case of rejected services, the Purchaser may either require the Seller to resolve the service issue(s) at the Seller's expense or terminate the contract without payment and obtain the services from another source at the Seller's expense.
  5. In addition to the Purchaser's rights at law, of this Purchase Order, and any other Seller warranties, and regardless of prior payment, the Seller shall, at its own expense, replace any goods or parts thereof or redo any services which become defective or unusable as a result of faulty manufacture, design, material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of delivery or installation (whichever is later).
  6. This Purchase Order shall not be assigned or sub-contracted by the Seller, in whole or in part, without the express written consent of the Purchaser.
  7. All shipments are to be made prepaid and it is the Seller's responsibility to arrange full and complete protection of shipment while in transit to the Purchaser.
  8. All electrical and electronic goods & components ordered shall conform to the standards of the Saskatchewan Electrical Safety Branch or have been approved by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
  9. All packages, packing slips, invoices, correspondence, customs documentation and freight bills of lading shall have the Purchaser's complete Purchase Order number prominently displayed and packing slips shall accompany all shipments. Invoices will not be processed for payment until all items invoiced are received and approved of by the Purchaser.
    1. For all goods or materials subject to Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) legislation, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDA) shall accompany the goods or materials and shipping documents.
    2. Dangerous goods shall be shipped only in compliance with Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Regulations, 49 CFR U.S. Hazardous Materials Regulations, and all other environmental laws, rules, regulations and procedures, where applicable.
  10. The Seller covenants that there has been no violation or infringement of trade marks, patent, copyright or any other intellectual property right of another person in the manufacture, production or sale of the goods, materials or services supplied under this Purchase Order.
  11. The Seller shall indemnify and save harmless the Purchaser from any & all damages, losses, liabilities, suits and expenses (including reasonable legal fees) arising out of or connected with the Seller's performance or lack of performance or any default or breach of any term of this Purchase Order.