Terms and Conditions of Purchase

Terms and Conditions of Purchase
TELEDYNE DALSA, INC.
A Teledyne Technologies Company
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE
1. DEFINITIONS
“Buyer” means Teledyne DALSA, Inc. “Seller” means the entity from which Buyer is purchasing Goods and/or Services. “Goods” means the products, materials, equipment, and the like, purchased by Buyer. “Services” means
services performed by Seller. “Offer” means any quotation, bid, or proposal for Goods and/or Services made by Seller to Buyer. “Order” means Buyer’s purchase order, or similar instrument. All references to “terms and conditions”
herein mean and include (a) these “General Terms and Conditions of Purchase”, (b) Buyer’s Special Terms and Conditions of Purchase, as applicable, and (c) any other terms and conditions mutually agreed upon by the Parties
in writing, in accordance with Section 2 herein. Buyer and Seller are sometimes referred to herein individually as a “Party” and collectively as the “Parties”.
2. ACCEPTANCE OF ORDER
(a) The terms and conditions herein apply to all Orders issued by Buyer to Seller. Seller’s acceptance of Buyer’s Order, and any changes or amendments thereto, is strictly limited to Seller’s assent to Buyer’s terms and
conditions. Unless otherwise agreed upon in writing by a duly authorised representative of Buyer, Buyer objects to, and is not bound by, any terms or conditions that differ from, add to, or modify the terms and conditions herein.
Buyer’s failure to object to any terms and conditions, or any other provisions contained in any communication from Seller does not waive any of the terms and conditions specified herein. Buyer and Seller shall be bound by
Buyer’s Order upon the earlier of Seller (i) executing and returning an Order acknowledgement to Buyer, (ii) commencing performance pursuant to Buyer’s Order, or (iii) delivering to Buyer any of the Goods under Buyer’s Order.
(b) None of the terms or conditions herein, or included in Buyer’s Order, may be added to, modified, superseded, or altered except by a written instrument, signed by a duly authorised representative of Buyer, and delivered by
Buyer to Seller. All Goods and/or Services specified in Buyer’s Order, or received, accepted, and/or paid for by Buyer, shall be only upon the terms and conditions of Buyer’s Order, notwith standing any restriction, term, or
condition of Seller in acknowledging Buyer’s Order, or which may be contained in any form letter or other communication of Seller relating to Buyer’s Order before, after, or concurrently with Seller’s acknowledgment.
3. PRICES
Unless otherwise agreed upon in writing by a duly authorised representative of Buyer, all prices are firm and are stated in and all invoices issued by Seller, and payments made by Buyer, shall be in the currency specified in
Buyer’s Order. Seller shall not charge Buyer prices higher than those stated in Buyer’s Order, unless authorised by a written change order or notice issued and signed by a duly authorised representative of Buyer.
4. INVOICES AND PAYMENT
(a) Unless otherwise provided in Buyer’s Order, Seller shall not issue invoices and Buyer shall make no payment prior to physical delivery of Goods or completion of Services. Seller shall issue individual invoices showing
Buyer’s Order number, line item number(s), part number(s), description(s), and quantity invoiced. Shipping charges and all applicable taxes, or charges for which Buyer has agreed to pay and has not furnished an exem ption
certificate, shall be separately itemised on Seller’s invoices. Unless such charges are itemised, Buyer may take the applicable discount on the full amount of each invoice. Seller agrees that its books and records, or such parts
thereof as may relate to the performance hereunder, shall at all reasonable times be subject to inspection and audit by Buyer’s employees or representatives.
(b) Buyer shall make payment to Seller in accordance with the payment terms delineated on the face Buyer’s Order upon receipt of correct invoices for Goods and/or Services delivered to and accepted by Buyer. Any payment
discount offered by Seller shall be computed from the later of (a) the date of delivery, or (b) the date a correct invoice is received by Buyer. For purposes of earning the discount, payment shall be deemed to have been made on
the date Buyer’s check is mailed, or the date funds are electronically transferred to Seller’s account.
5. TAXES
Except as otherwise specified in Buyer’s Order, or unless prohibited by law, Seller shall pay all federal and local sales, use, excise, or other taxes that may be levied upon any of the Goods and/or Services, or the Parties hereto,
by reason of the sale, delivery, or use of the Goods and/or Services. All taxes of any nature that are invoiced to Buyer shall be specifically identified and separately stated. If any tax, or portion thereof, that is included or added to
the price paid by Buyer to Seller is subsequently refunded to Seller, Seller shall promptly pay to Buyer the amount of such refund.
6. PACKAGING AND MARKING
If specified in Buyer’s Order, Seller shall comply with any special packaging and marking requirements; otherwise, Seller shall package and mark all Goods in accordance with best commercial practices to adequately protect
Goods against damage and deterioration during transit. No charges shall be allowed for packing or marking unless specifically authorised in Buyer’s Order. Seller’s packing list shall include, at a minimum, Buyer’s Order number,
line item number(s), part number(s), description(s), and quantity shipped.
7. DELIVERY, SHIPPING TERMS, TITLE, AND RISK OF LOSS
(a) Buyer’s production schedules and warranties to its customers are dependent upon the Goods purchased under Buyer’s Order being delivered by Seller to Buyer in accordance with the required delivery dates delineated in
Buyer’s Order. Accordingly, time is of the essence. Seller agrees to notify Buyer in writing immediately if at any time it appears that Seller may not be able to meet the Order ’s delivery schedule. Such notification shall include the
reasons for the delay (actual or potential), the actions being taken to remedy the delay, and the anticipated revised delivery schedule. Such notice, and any assistance furnished by Buyer to overcome delays, shall not be regarded
as waiving Buyer’s remedies for default, including termination rights, if Seller fails to meet the Order delivery schedule.
(b) All shipments shall be delivered FCA at the point of delivery delineated in Buyer’s Order in accordance with Incoterms 2010. Identification of the Goods shall occur at the moment Seller accepts Buyer’s Order.
(c) Seller shall not be excused from performing its obligations hereunder if the Goods identified are destroyed. Delivery shall n ot be deemed complete until the Goods have been actually received by Buyer at the delivery
location identified on Buyer’s Order. Seller shall bear risk of loss or damage to Goods during transit, and title to Goods shall not pass to Buyer until received at Buyer’s designated location in a condition in accordance with the
terms of Buyer’s Order.
(d) Unauthorised advance shipments and shipments of excess quantities may be returned at Buyer's sole option and Seller’s expense.
8. FORCE MAJEURE
Any delay or failure of either Party to perform its obligations under Buyer’s Order shall be excused if such delay or failure is the result of an unforeseeable event or occurrence beyond the reasonable control of such Party, and
without such Party’s fault or negligence, including, but not limited to, acts of God, actions by any governmental authority (whether valid or invalid), fires, floods, windstorms, explosions, riots, natural disasters, wars, sabotage,
labour problems (including lockouts, strikes, and slowdowns), inability to obtain power, utilities, materials, labour, equipment, transportation, or court injunction.
9. INSPECTION
Buyer reserves the right to inspect all Goods prior to shipment by Seller, and in furtherance thereof, Seller shall permit em ployees and/or representatives of Buyer and Buyer’s customer to have access to Seller’s facilities at all
reasonable hours. Notwithstanding such inspection, all Goods shall be subject to final inspection and approval by Buyer upon receipt at destination. Buyer’s inspection, or its lack of inspection, shall not affect any express or
implied warranties. If Buyer’s Order specifies that Goods shall be subject to inspection at Seller’s facilities, Seller shall provide reasonable space and assistance for th e safety and convenience of Buyer’s employees and/or
representatives and Buyer’s customer’s employees, and/or representatives. At the time of inspection, Seller shall make available to such representatives copies of all specifications, drawings, and other technical data applicable to
the Goods ordered.
10. ACCEPTANCE
Payment for any Goods and Services under Buyer’s Order shall not constitute acceptance thereof. Buyer reserves the right to reject and refuse acceptance of Goods that are not in accordance with the requirements, instructions,
specifications, drawings, data, or warranties referenced in Buyer’s Order. Goods not accepted shall be returned to Seller for full credit, repair, or replacement at Sell er’s sole risk and expense, including transportation charges. No
replacement of rejected Goods shall be made unless authorised in writing by a duly authorised representative of Buyer. Acceptance of all or any part of the Goods shall not be deemed to be a waiver of Buyer’s right to either
cancel or return all or any portion of the Goods due to failure to conform to Buyer’s Order, or by reason of defect, patent or latent, or other breach of warranty, or to make claim for damages, including manufacturing costs, damage
to material or articles caused by improper boxing, crating, or packing, or other damages occasioned Buyer. Such rights shall be in addition to any other remedies provided by law.
11. WARRANTIES
(a) All warranties of Seller, whether created expressly by law or in fact, are incorporated herein by reference, and shall include and are supplemented by the following express warranties. For a period of twelve (12) months
from receipt or acceptance, or such other period as may be agreed by the Parties in writing, the Goods and/or Services shall (i) comply with any and all specifications, drawings, samples, or other descriptions referenced in and/or
furnished with Buyer’s Order, and (ii) be merchantable, of good material and workmanship, free from defects, and suitable for their intended purpose.
(b) Seller warrants that all Goods and Services (i) do not infringe upon or violate the legal or equitable rights of any person, corporation, or partnership arising out of any license or franchise, or out of any patent, tradema rk, or
other proprietary right, now or hereafter in effect (except in the case of Goods for which Buyer furnishes detailed manufacturing drawings), and (ii).shall be free from any and all liens or other encumbrances.
(c) All obligations of Seller hereunder shall survive acceptance of and/or payment for the Goods. Seller shall indemnify and hold Buyer harmless from and against all liability, loss, consequential and incidental damages, and
expenses resulting from the breach of any warranty, or resulting from any other act or omission by Seller, its agents, or employees, while in the performance hereof.
(d) If Buyer determines there is a defect in the Goods at any time during the warranty period, Seller shall, at its sole expense and without delay, repair or replace the defective Goods or refund to Buyer the price of the defective
Goods. Any and all repaired or replaced Goods shall be covered by this warranty for a period equal to the original warranty period.
(e) In addition, if required by Buyer, Seller shall provide Buyer a report identifying the cause of failure any additional Goods that may be affected by the defect and/or the repair action to be taken.
12. COUNTERFEIT PARTS
Seller hereby represents and warrants that it shall only deliver new and authentic components, devices, pieces, material s, modules, assemblies, subassemblies, or the like (hereafter “Parts”) that are manufactured by or
obtained from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), original component manufacturers (OCMs), or authorised distributors. Seller shall make available to Buyer, upon request, OEM or OCM documentation that
authenticates and provides traceability of the Parts to the applicable OEM or OCM. Purchase of Parts from independent or unauthorised sources is not permitted under Buyer’s Order without the prior written approval of a duly
authorised representative of Buyer. Seller shall maintain policies, procedures, processes, or other such measures to ensure that any Parts sold or delivered by Seller to Buyer are authentic and not counterfeit.
13. CHANGES
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(a) Buyer may at any time, by a written change order or similar instrument issued by a duly authorised representative of Buyer, make changes within the general scope of Buyer’s Order including changes to (i) specifications,
drawings, or designs, (ii) method of shipment or packaging, and (iii) place of delivery.
(b) If Buyer’s change order causes an increase or decrease in the cost of performance or in the time required for performance, an equitable adjustment shall be made to the Order price and/or delivery sched ule and Buyer’s
Order shall be modified in writing accordingly. Any claim for adjustment under this Section shall be deemed waived unless asserted in writing within twenty (20) days from the date of receipt by Seller of the change order, provided,
however, that Buyer, if it decides that the facts justify such action, may receive and act upon such claim submitted at any time prior to final payment under Buyer’s Order. Any such claim must set forth the amount of any increase
or decrease in the cost of performance resulting from the change in the format and detail reasonably specified by Buyer. Failure to agree upon an equitable adjustment shall not relieve Seller from proceeding without any delay in
performance of Buyer’s Order as changed.
(c) Buyer’s engineering and technical personnel may from time to time render assistance, give technical advice, or exchange infor mation with Seller’s personnel in relation to Buyer’s Order. Such assistance, advice, and/or
exchange of information shall not be construed as Buyer’s consent or authority to effect any changes to Buyer’s Order or the Goods and/or Services provided thereunder. Under no circumstances shall any resulting change in
Goods and/or Services or provisions of Buyer’s Order be binding upon Buyer unless incorporated as a change in accordance with paragraph (a), above.
(d) Where the cost of property made obsolete or excess as a result of a change order is included in Seller’s claim for adjustment pursuant to this Section, Buyer shall have the right to prescribe the manner of disposition of
such property.
(e) Seller shall provide Buyer not less than sixty (60) days prior written notice of any organisational, operational, or other changes that may affect the Seller’s performance of Buyer’s Order, including, but not limited to (a) the
relocation of any of Seller’s facilities involved in the manufacture Goods under Buyer’s Order, (b) any significant changes in Seller’s processes or manufacturing operations affecting the Goods, (c) or any significant changes to
Seller’s workforce that impacts Buyer’s Order, and (d) the refusal, suspension, withdrawal, or revocation of a relevant quality or manufacturing approvals or certifications.
14. TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE
(a) Buyer may cancel or terminate performance or work under Buyer’s Order, in whole or in part, for any reason, by written notice to Seller. Upon receipt of such notice, Seller shall (i) stop work on the date, and to the extent,
specified in the notice, (ii) terminate all lower-tier purchase orders and subcontracts to the extent they relate to the terminated work, (iii) promptly advise Buyer of the quantities of materials and work-in-process on hand or
purchased prior to termination, and the most favourable disposition that Seller can make thereof, (iv) comply with Buyer’s instructions regarding transfer and disposition of title to the possession of such material and work-inprocess, and (v) submit all its claims resulting from such termination within sixty (60) days of the notice of termination.
(b) Buyer shall have the right to check such claims at any reasonable time or times by inspecting and auditing the records, facilities, work-in-process, and materials of Seller relating to Buyer’s Order. Buyer shall pay Seller the
Order price for finished work accepted by Buyer and the substantiated cost to Seller of raw materials and work-in-process allocable to the terminated work, based on any audit Buyer may conduct under generally accepted
accounting principles, less however (i) the reasonable value or cost (whichever is higher) of any items used or sold by Seller without Buyer’s consent, (ii) the agreed value of any items used or sold by Seller with Buyer’s consent,
and (iii) the cost of any defective, damaged, or destroyed work or material.
(c) Buyer shall make no payment for finished work, work in process, or raw material fabricated or procured by Seller in excess of Buyer’s Order unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Parties. Notwithstanding the above,
payments made under this Section shall not exceed the aggregate price specified in Buyer’s Order, less payments otherwise made or to be made, and adjustments shall be made reducing the payments hereunder for costs of raw
materials and work-in-process to reflect on a pro rata basis any indicated loss on the entire Order had it been completed. Payment made under this Section constitutes Buyer’s only liability in the event Buyer’s Order is terminated
hereunder.
15. TERMINATION FOR DEFAULT
(a) Buyer may, by written notice to Seller and subject to paragraphs (c) and (d) below, terminate Buyer’s Order in whole or in part if Seller fails to (i) deliver the Goods or to perform the Services within the time specified in
Buyer’s Order, or any extension authorised by Buyer, (ii) make progress so as to endanger performance of Buyer’s Order; or (iii) perform any of the other provisions of Buyer’s Order.
(b) Buyer’s right to terminate Buyer’s Order under subparagraphs (a)(ii) and (a)(iii) above may be exercised if Seller does not cure such failure within ten (10) days (or more if authorised in writing by Buyer) after receipt of
Buyer’s notice specifying the failure.
(c) Except for defaults of vendors or subcontractors at any tier, Seller shall not be liable for any excess costs if the failure to perform the Order arises as a result of Force Majeure, as defined herein.
(d) If the failure to perform is caused by the default of a vendor or subcontractor at any tier, and if the cause of the default i s beyond the control of both Seller and its vendor(s) or subcontractor(s), and without the fault or
negligence of either, Seller shall not be liable for any excess costs for failure to perform unless the purchased Goods or Services were obtainable from other sources in sufficient time for Seller to meet the Order’s required delivery
schedule.
(e) If Buyer’s Order is terminated for default, Buyer may require Seller to transfer title and deliver to Buyer, as directed by Buyer, any completed Goods, partially completed Goods, and materials, parts, tools, dies, fixtures,
plans, drawing, information, and contract rights (collectively referred to as “Manufacturing Materials” in this Section) that Seller has specifically produced or acquired for the terminated portion of Buyer’s Order. Upon direction of
Buyer, Seller shall also protect and preserve property in its possession in which Buyer has an interest.
(f) Buyer shall pay the Order price for completed Goods delivered and accepted. Seller and Buyer shall agree on the amount of pay ment for the Manufacturing Materials delivered and accepted and for the protection and
preservation of the property. Buyer may withhold from these amounts any sum that Buyer determines to be necessary to protect Buyer against loss because of outstanding liens or claims of former lien holders.
(g) If, after termination, it is determined that Seller was not in default, or that the default was excusable, the rights and obl igations of the Parties shall be the same as if the termination had been issued for the convenience of
Buyer.
(h) The rights and remedies of Buyer in this Section are in addition to any other rights and remedies provided by law, or under Buyer’s Order.
16. CONFIDENTIALITY
(a) Buyer may disclose to Seller certain Confidential Information, as defined herein, to facilitate Seller’s performance of Buyer’s Order. Seller hereby agrees that any Confidential Information disclosed by Buyer (i) shall be
maintained in a secure location, (ii) shall not be copied without the prior written approval of Buyer, (iii) shall be used by Seller solely to facilitate performance of Buyer’s Order; and (iv) shall only be disclosed to Seller’s employees
on a need-to-know basis.
(b) Seller shall not disclose Buyer’s Confidential Information to any third-parties, including, but not limited to, Seller’s agents, consultants, vendors, suppliers, or subcontractors, without the prior written approval of Buyer. In the
event Buyer provides Seller with written approval to disclose Confidential Information to a third-party, Seller shall ensure such third-party is bound by terms and conditions consistent with this Section prior to receiving such
information.
(c) If it becomes necessary for Seller to disclose Buyer’s Confidential Information to a third-party as a result of a requirement of law or regulation, such Confidential Information may be disclosed only to the extent required by
law or regulation and, if so permitted, no earlier than five (5) business days after Seller provides Buyer with written notification of the requirement for such disclosure.
(d) The obligations of confidentiality and restrictions on the use and disclosure of Confidential Information specified in this Agreement do not apply to any information that (i) is lawfully and rightfully already in the possession of
Seller without obligation of confidentiality at the time of receipt from Buyer, (ii) is independently developed by Seller without use or reference to the Confidential Information as evidenced by tangible evidence, (iii) appears in any
printed publication or patent, or is in the public domain, except as a result of a breach of this Agreement by Seller, or (iv) is lawfully and rightfully received, free of restrictions, by Seller from a third-party not known by Seller to be
under any nondisclosure or confidentiality obligation or to have misappropriated or otherwise unlawfully obtained such information.
(e) All Confidential Information and any other technical information provided by Buyer to Seller shall at all times be and remain the property of Buyer and shall only be used by Seller in connection with Seller’s performance of
Buyer’s Order. Unless agreed otherwise, Seller shall return all copies of Confidential Information provided by Buyer upon completion of Buyer’s Order or at any time upon Buyer’s request.
(f) “Confidential Information”, as used herein, includes, but is not limited to, specifications, drawings, designs, technical data, data sheets, schematics, diagrams, configurations, business, financial, statistical, and commercial
information, formulae, analyses, trade secrets, ideas, methods, processes, know-how, software, and computer programs.
17. PATENT INDEMNITY
Seller agrees, upon receipt of notification, to promptly assume full responsibility for the defence of any suit or proceeding which may be brought against Buyer, or any of its subsidiaries, constituent companies, agents, customers,
subcontractors, or suppliers for alleged infringement of any Canada, United States, or foreign patent, copyright, or trademark, as well as for the alleged unfair competition resulting from similarity in design, trademark, or
appearance of Goods, by reason of the use or sale of any Goods or processes furnished under Buyer’s Order, except for Goods manufactured or processes developed entirely to Buyer’s specifications. Seller further agrees to
indemnify Buyer against any and all losses and damages, including court costs and attorney’s fees, resulting from the bringing of such suit or proceeding, including any settlement or decree of judgment entered therein. Buyer may
be represented by and actively participate through its own counsel in any such suit or proceeding, if it so desires. Seller’s obligation hereunder shall survive acceptance of the Goods or processes and payment by Buyer.
18. PROPRIETARY RIGHTS
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, all tangible and intangible property, including, but not limited to, information or data of any description, drawings, computer software, know-how, documents, trademarks, or copyrights (“Buyer’s
Intellectual Property”) provided by Buyer to Seller, or paid for by Buyer under Buyer’s Order, shall be and remain Buyer’s personal property. Buyer hereby grants a license to Seller to use any such Buyer’s Intellectual Property
solely for the purposes of performing Buyer’s Order. This license is non-assignable, and may be terminated with or without cause by Buyer at any time.
19. BUYER-OWNED MATERIALS AND PROPERTY
All materials, tools, designs, dies, fixtures, materials, and other property owned or paid for, or agreed to be paid for, by Buyer (“Buyer-Owned Materials”), whether directly noted on the face of Buyer’s Order or included by Seller in
the prices of Goods, shall be and remain the property of Buyer. All Buyer-Owned Materials (a) shall be used only for performance of Buyer’s Order, (b) shall at all times be properly protected and maintained by Seller, (c) shall be
covered, at Seller’s expense, by adequate liability, damage, and fire insurance for the replacement cost, (d) shall not be commingled with the property of Seller or others, (e) shall not be moved from Seller’s premises without prior
written authorisation of Buyer, and (f) shall, upon Buyer’s request, be immediately returned to Buyer in good condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted. Seller shall assume all risk of loss or damage to Buyer-Owned Materials
while such are in the custody of Seller.
20. PUBLIC RELEASES
Except as required by law or regulation, no news releases, public announcements, or advertising materials concerned with Buye r’s Order shall be issued by Seller without the prior written consent of Buyer. Seller shall extend this
restriction to all lower-tier vendors and subcontractors involved in the performance of Buyer’s Order.
21. INDEMNIFICATION
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Each Party (the “Indemnifying Party”) agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the other Party, its officers, directors, and employees (the “Indemnified Parties”) from and against any and all liabilities, losses, expenses, liens,
claims, demands, and causes of action ("Claims") for death, personal injury, or property damage arising out of any negligent act or omission of the Indemnifying Parties in the performance of Buyer’s Order, except to the extent
such losses are contributed to by (a) the negligence or wilful misconduct of the Indemnified Party, or (b) the negligence or wilful misconduct of any third-parties, Buyer’s indemnification of Seller does not apply unless Seller (a)
notifies Buyer in writing of any such Claim as soon as reasonably practicable, and (b) allows Buyer to control, and reasonably cooperates with Buyer, in the defence of any such Claim and related settlement negotiations.
22. INSURANCE
(a) If Buyer’s Order provides for Services or work to be performed by Seller, or if Seller’s employees, representatives, agents, vendors, or subcontractors, are required to perform work on property owned and controlled by
Buyer, or on property of third-parties, Seller shall procure and maintain insurance coverage with carriers reasonably satisfactory to Buyer, including (i) Workers Compensation insurance with statutory limits, as required by the state
or province in which the Services or work are to be performed, (ii) Employer’s Liability insurance with limits of no less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) per occurrence, (iii) Commercial General Liability insurance with limits
of no less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) per occurrence covering liability for bodily injury and property damage, (iv) Automobile Liability insurance coverage with a limit of no less than one million dollars ($1,000,000.00)
per accident, and (v) Excess or Umbrella Liability insurance coverage with a limit of no less than two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) per occurrence in excess of each of the above mentioned policies.
(b) All liability insurance policies shall name Buyer, its officers, directors, employees, affiliates, successors, and assigns, as additional insureds. Seller shall provide evidence of the required insurance coverages and file with
Buyer a Certificate of Insurance reasonably acceptable to Buyer prior to commencement of Services or work. The insurance policies and coverages required by this Section shall contain a provision that coverages afforded under
the policies shall not be cancelled, allowed to expire, or reduce the coverages and limits in any manner until at least thirty (30) days prior written notice has been given to Buyer. Seller shall waive all rights of subrogation against
Buyer under the foregoing policies. All insurance coverages shall be provided by insurance companies having ratings of A-/VII or better in the Best’s Key Rating Insurance Guide (latest edition in effect at the latest date stated in
the Certificate of Insurance referred to herein).
(c) Failure to obtain and maintain the required insurance shall constitute a breach of Buyer’s Order and Seller shall be liable for any and all costs, liabilities, damages, and penalties (including attorneys’ fees, court, and
settlement expenses) resulting to Buyer from such breach, unless a written waiver of the specific insurance requirement is provided to Seller by Buyer.
23. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Notwithstanding any other provision herein, under no circumstances shall either Party be liable for any consequential, special, incidental, indirect, multiple, administrative, or punitive damages, or any damage of an indirect or
consequential nature arising out of or related to its performance under Buyer’s Order, including, without limitation, loss of use, loss of revenues, loss of anticipated profits, and cost of capital, whether based upon breach of Buyer’s
Order, warranty, negligence, or any other type of Claim, and whether grounded in tort, contract, civil law, or other theories of liability, including strict liability, even if advised in advance of the possibility of such damages. Buyer’s
total liability arising from or related to Buyer’s Order, including, but not limited to, its liability for indemnity, defence, and hold harmless obligations under Buyer’s Order, is limited to no more than the amount paid by Buyer to Seller
under Buyer’s Order, and Seller agrees to indemnify Buyer for any excess amounts. To the extent that this limitation of liability conflicts with any other Section or provision herein, such provision shall be regarded as amended to
whatever extent required to make such provision consistent with this Section.
24. NOTICE TO BUYER OF LABOUR DISPUTES
Whenever Seller has knowledge that any actual or potential labour dispute is delaying or threatens to delay the timely performance of Buyer’s Order, Seller shall immediately give notice to Buyer thereof, including all relevant
information with respect thereto.
25. ETHICS AND VALUES
Buyer is committed to uncompromising ethical standards, strict adherence to laws and regulations, and customer satisfaction. Seller is encouraged to communicate any concerns or questions regarding the ethics and values of
Buyer to the Teledyne Corporate Ethics Help Line at 1-877-666-6968. By accepting Buyer’s Order, Seller agrees to abide by the requirements set forth in Teledyne Technologies Incorporated’s “Ethics Code of Conduct for Service
Providers” booklet. A copy of this booklet is available on the Teledyne Technologies Incorporated Website (www.teledyne.com) or can be provided by Buyer upon request.
26. ORDER OF PRECEDENCE
The following order of precedence shall apply in the event of an inconsistency within Buyer’s Order and its related documents, as applicable:
(a) Buyer’s Special Terms and Conditions of Purchase
(b) Buyer’s General Terms and Conditions of Purchase
(c) Specification
(d) Statement of Work or Scope of Services
27. COMPLIANCE WITH LAW
(a) In performance of Buyer’s Order, the provision of Services, and/or the shipment of Goods covered by Buyer’s Order, as applicable, Seller agrees to comply with all applicable laws, statutes, and regulations. Seller shall not
offer or give a kickback or gratuity (in the form of entertainment, gifts, or otherwise) to any employee of Buyer for the purpose of obtaining or rewarding favourable treatment. By accepting Buyer’s Order, Seller warrants and
represents that it has not made or solicited, and shall not make or solicit, kickbacks in violation of the U.S. Government’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (“FCPA”) (15 U.S.C. §§ 78dd-1, et seq.) and the provisions of the
Canadian Government’s Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (“CFPOA”).
(b) Seller represents and warrants to Buyer that it does not and will not knowingly engage in any forced labour, slavery, or human trafficking.
(c) All of the provisions delineated in subparagraphs (a) and (b) of this Section are incorporated by reference as part of Buyer’ s Order. Seller further agrees to indemnify Buyer against any loss, cost, liability, or damage
whatsoever, including attorney’s fees, which may result from Seller’s violation of this Section.
28. EXPORT COMPLIANCE
Shipment of Goods, provision of Services, and delivery and use of technical information under Buyer’s Order is subject to all decrees, statutes, laws, rules, and regulations which govern export, re-export, or otherwise pertain to
export controls of Canada, and the country of Seller, including, but not limited to, applicable legislation promulgated by the Government of Canada including, but not limited to, the Export and Import Permits Act, the United Nations
Act, the Special Economic Measures Act, the Defence Production Act, and the Criminal Code (Canada) as well as all corresponding regulations. Seller hereby agrees to indemnify Buyer for all liabilities, penalties, losses,
damages, costs, or expenses that may be imposed on or incurred by Buyer in connection with any violations of such laws and regulations by Seller.
29. GOVERNING LAW AND VENUE
The performance of the Parties, and any judicial or arbitration proceedings, shall be construed and governed in accordance with the laws of the Province of Ontario, Canada, excepting its laws and rules relating to conflict of law.
Neither (a) the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, (b) the 1974 Convention on the Limitation Period in Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (hereinafter referred to as the "1974
Convention"), nor (c) the Protocol Amending the 1974 Convention held at Vienna, Austria, on April 11, 1980, apply in any manner to the interpretation or enforcement of, Buyer’s Order.
30. DISPUTES AND ARBITRATION
The Parties shall attempt to resolve any dispute, controversy, or claim arising under or relating to Buyer’s Order, or to a material breach, including its interpretation, performance, or termination. If the Parties are unable to resolve
such dispute, either Party may refer the dispute to arbitration. The arbitration shall be conducted in English and in accordance with the National Arbitration Rules of The ADR Institute of Canada Inc. which shall administer the
arbitration and act as appointing authority. The arbitration, including the rendering of the decision and/or award, shall take place in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and shall be the exclusive forum for resolving the dispute, controversy,
or claim. The arbitrator shall make the final determination as to any discovery disputes between the Parties. Examination of witnesses by the Parties and by the arbitrator shall be permitted. A written transcript of the hearing shall
be made and furnished to the Parties. The cost of this transcript shall be borne equally by the Parties. The award or decision of the arbitrator shall state the reasons upon which the award or decision is based, and shall be final
and binding upon the Parties. The prevailing Party shall be entitled to compensation for the expense of the arbitration, including, but not limited to, the award of attorneys’ fees, at the discretion of the arbitrator. Both Parties waive
their right to any appeal under any system of law. The award shall be enforceable before any court of competent jurisdiction upon the application to such court by either Party. The arbitrator shall have no authority to award any of
the types of damages excluded by hereunder, and shall be so instructed by the Parties.
31. RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES
Each Party is an independent contractor. Neither Party shall have authority to bind the other except to the extent authorised herein. This Agreement is not intended by the Parties to constitute or create a joint venture, partnership,
or formal business organisation of any kind. The Parties shall act as independent contractors at all times, and neither Party shall act as the agent for the other, and the employees of one shall not be deemed to be employees of
the other.
32. MODIFICATIONS TO ORDER
Buyer’s Order may only be modified by written instrument, signed by duly authorised representatives of the Parties.
33. NOTICES
All notices given by the Parties shall be made in writing, and delivered personally or sent by prepaid mail, facsimile, cable, or email, addressed to the intended recipient at its address, or at its electronic address. Regardless of the
method of transmittal, the sending Party is responsible for obtaining a return receipt for the notice.
34. ASSIGNMENT
Neither Party may assign, delegate, sublicense, or transfer, whether by operation of law or otherwise, their obligations or rights hereunder without the other Party’s written consent, and any assignment, delegation, sublicense, or
transfer (a) without such written consent is void and of no effect, and (b) if consent is given, shall be binding upon, and inure to the benefit of the successors and assigns of the Parties. Notwithstanding any provision of these terms
and conditions, Buyer may, without Seller’s consent, assign Buyer’s Order to a parent, subsidiary, or affiliate company of Buyer. In addition, without securing such prior consent, Buyer shall have the right to assign Buyer’s Order to
any successor, by way of merger or consolidation, or the acquisition of substantially all of the entire business and assets of Buyer relating to the subject matter of Buyer’s Order, provided that such successor shall expressly
assume all of Buyer’s obligations and liabilities under Buyer’s Order.
35. REMEDIES
The remedies herein reserved shall be cumulative and in addition to any other or further remedies provided by law or equity. The failure of Buyer to insist upon, in any one or more instances, the performance of any of the terms,
covenants, or conditions of Buyer’s Order, or to exercise any right hereunder, shall not be construed as a waiver or relinquishment of the future performance of any such item, covenant, or condition or the future exercise of such
right, and the obligation of Seller, with respect to such future performance, shall continue in full force and effect. None of the Sections, terms, conditions, or provisions herein shall be waived by any act or knowledge on the part of
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Buyer, except by written instrument signed by a duly authorised representative of Buyer. The waiver by Buyer of any term, condition, provision, or right hereunder, or the failure to enforce at any time any of the terms and
conditions herein, or any rights with respect thereto, is not a continuing waiver or a waiver of any other rights, or of any material breach or failure of performance of Seller. The remedies herein reserved or created for Buyer shall
be cumulative, and additional to any other or further remedies provided at law or in equity. Buyer may remedy any breach of the terms or conditions hereof without waiving the breach remedied, or without waiving any other prior or
subsequent breach. Seller shall pay all Buyer’s costs and expenses, including attorney's fees, incurred by Buyer in exercising any of its rights or remedies hereunder, or enforcing any of the terms or conditions hereof.
36. SEVERABILITY
If any term, condition, or provision herein is invalid, ineffective, or unenforceable under present or future laws, then the remainder of the terms, conditions, and provisions shall remain in full force and effect, and shall in no way be
affected, impaired, or invalidated.
37. PARTIES
The Parties to any Offer, Order, or associated transaction, are Buyer and Seller as identified above and unless expressly stated otherwise, no other persons, parties, or entities have any rights, or receive any benefits hereunder.
Seller is an independently functioning subsidiary or business unit of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated. Neither Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, nor any of its subsidiaries, affiliates, or business units, other than Seller, have
any obligations or duties hereunder and are unrelated third-parties for all purposes.
38. HEADINGS
The headings used herein are for reference purposes only, and shall not affect the meaning or interpretation of any term, condition, or provision herein.
39. ENTIRE AGREEMENT
These terms and conditions (including Buyer’s Special Terms and Conditions, as applicable) and Buyer’s Order, including any applicable specifications, statement of work, or other applicable documents, constitute the entire
agreement between the Parties, and supersede any prior oral or written agreements, commitments, understandings, or communications with respect to the subject matter of Buyer’s Order.
40. SURVIVAL
Notwithstanding anything else contained herein to the contrary, the Parties agree that the provisions of the following Sectio ns shall survive the expiration or termination of Buyer’s Order: Sections 3. Prices; 4. Invoices and
Payment; 5. Taxes; 10. Acceptance; 11. Warranties; 12. Counterfeit Parts; 14. Termination for Convenience; 15. Termination for Default; 16. Confidentiality; 17. Proprietary Rights; 18. Patent Indemnity; 19. Buyer-Owned Materials
and Property; 20. Public Releases; 21. Indemnification; 22. Insurance; 23. Limitation of Liability; 27. Compliance with Law; 28. Export Compliance; 29. Governing Law and Venue; 30. Disputes and Arbitration; 31. Relationship of
the Parties; 33. Notices; and 37. Parties.
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