Removals Manager Terms & Conditions
General Terms and Conditions of Software, IT Support and Consultancy
1. General Terms
1.1. "We" and "Us" means Removals Manager Ltd, 50 West Parade, Worthing, BN11 5EF
1.2. "You" means you the customer contracting to obtain goods or services from Us.
1.3. Where "You" means more than one person, each one of You is responsible, individually, for each of the obligations of all of You under this agreement.
1.4. We agree to supply You with the goods, software licences or services (as appropriate) set out in the quotation for the price set out on the quotation and subject to the Terms set out in it, in this Agreement and in the other documents referred to in this Agreement and the quotation (as appropriate).
2. The Agreement 2.1. These Terms and conditions (including documents specifically referred to in it) are the whole of the Terms and conditions governing the agreement between Us, unless We both agree to any amendments in writing.
2.2. You confirm that You have told Us everything You know or suspect which may make the goods or services significantly more difficult for Us to make or carry out.
2.3. You confirm that You have checked the specifications set out in and attached to the quotation and that they are correct.
2.4. We cannot be held responsible for any statements We have not confirmed in writing. If the quotation contains that statement, or explicitly refers to the document containing it, then it becomes part of the contract and We will accept responsibility for it (subject to these Terms and conditions).
2.5 We cannot be held responsible for any images or wording which You the client upload onto your platform. This includes the introduction of association, guild or third party logos to which you may be affiliated or associated with as a member, employee or associate.
2.6 It is your (You) sole responsibility to remove these logos if your membership or association with these bodies/ parties ceases or is terminated. We will take no responsibility for any misrepresentation or passing off otherwise incurred by You should this be identified. If notified we can assist with any rectification needed for a charge.
2.7 Equally we accept no responsibility for any terms and conditions You the client are using from any body or association. Any changes required we can assist in for a charge.
3.1. Any rule of interpretation that is contrary to common sense does not apply to this contract. Any part of the contract in italics (like this) is not part of the contract, but is simply a comment.
3.2. The paragraph headings are merely a guide and are not intended to be a part of this Agreement (or any Agreement referred to in it).
4.1. A quotation does not amount to a contractual offer and is an indication that We may be willing to supply at a particular price. In any event, no quotation is to be regarded as valid after 30 days of its issue. No price specified in the quotation or elsewhere includes VAT or other applicable taxes or duties unless specifically stated.
5. Amendments to Specifications and Cancellation
5.1. We may alter the specifications of the Goods, Software or Services from time to time so long as the alteration does not render the Goods, Software or Services any worse. If You request Us to alter the specification after the order has been placed We may consider doing so (at our discretion) but You are warned that this may entail an increase in the price. A variation to the specification (including the price) (as opposed to a variation to the contract) is only valid where signed by one of our authorised sales staff.
5.2. If, after You have placed an order, You wish to cancel it, We may consider doing so (at our discretion) but if We agree, this may be subject to You paying Us our anticipated loss on cancellation (including loss of reasonable profit).
6. Rights of others and Permissions
6.1. If We have agreed that We are to do anything under this agreement on your instructions, and as a result We are in breach of any rights of anyone else (or anyone else threatens Us with proceedings for breach of their rights) You agree to indemnify Us against any loss We may suffer, including legal costs, in defending or resisting the proceedings or claim, or settling the proceedings or claim on legal advice. Your obligations under this clause will remain after the rest of the agreement has terminated whatever the reason for termination.
6.2. If You come across any circumstances which may lead to a claim under clause 6.1 above, You agree to tell Us about them as soon as possible.
6.3. If, as a result of such a claim or threat, We decide that it is no longer commercially sensible to proceed with your order, We may cancel the order in accordance with the provision set out below.
7. Intellectual Property
7.1. You acknowledge that any material of any nature which We provide You with, either under this agreement or otherwise (for example, quotations or other pre-contractual material) may contain intellectual property which is either our property or licensed to Us (including copyright, trade marks, registered and unregistered designs and patents). Nothing in this agreement is intended either
7.1.1. as a licence for You to use such intellectual property 7.1.2. or as a transfer of such intellectual property unless explicitly stated in writing.
8. Sub Contracting
8.1. We may sub-contract any of the services We have agreed to provide under this contract to any third party at our discretion.
8.2. Where We have sub-contracted any services to a third party specified by You, We shall not be liable for any non-performance of that third party’s obligations, and for the purposes of this agreement, any delay or hindrance caused by or attributable to that third party shall be considered to have been caused by You.
9. Third Party Recommendations
9.1. As part of carrying out our obligations under this Agreement We may recommend or suggest that another person or company carries out some work. By making this recommendation or suggestion, We do not guarantee that work. We accept responsibility for that recommendation or suggestion only if, in all of the circumstances surrounding that recommendation or suggestion (and at the time it was made) We could not reasonably have made that recommendation or suggestion.
10. Unusual Circumstances
10.1. If circumstances arise which are largely beyond our control, and which make it no longer commercially sensible for Us to continue your order, We may cancel it on the Terms set out below:
10.2. If We decide to cancel it 10.2.1. We shall give You notice, and We shall not be responsible for any loss to You which arises because of that decision (although any other rights which You may have arising before We made that decision will still stand); and 10.2.2. You will pay Us a reasonable sum in relation to the proportion of your order which We have fulfilled.
11. Consequential Loss and Our Liability
11.1. Unless explicitly stated in the quotation in writing, We do not accept liability for consequential loss of any kind. WE HAVE PRICED THIS CONTRACT ON THE BASIS THAT CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS HAS BEEN EXCLUDED: IF YOU WISH US TO BEAR LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS WE MAY CONSIDER DOING SO BUT ON THE BASIS THAT THE CONTRACT PRICE WILL HAVE TO BE INCREASED TO COVER THE INCREASED RISK, WHETHER OR NOT WE CHOOSE TO BEAR IT
THROUGH OUR INSURANCE.
11.2 If We have not accepted a different level of liability as referred to in the quotation, our entire liability under this contract shall be limited to the value of the goods or services provided under it (or, in the case of a breach of any of the Terms referred to in clause 16 below, the appropriate level of liability contained within those Terms).
11.3. Nothing at all in this agreement (which includes all documentation referred to in it) is designed or intended to reduce or restrict our liability for the death of or personal injury to anyone caused by our negligence or the negligence of anyone for whom We are responsible (which may include, for example, our employees, sub-contractors or agents)
12. Payment of Price
12.1. You must pay Us the price specified in the quotation, including any VAT which may apply in accordance with the Terms and on the dates contained in it (if no Terms or dates are referred to, the price is payable immediately).
12.2. If You fail to pay the whole or part of any sum You owe to Us (whether because of this agreement or not) by the time it comes due for payment, all sums which You owe to Us (whether because of this agreement or not) will become due for payment immediately, and We may issue court proceedings against You to recover them without giving You any further notice.
12.3. You must pay Us the whole of the amount due, and may not set off or deduct anything from this amount without our written permission.
12.4. Any sums which remain unpaid after they became due are subject to interest at a rate of 4% over the base rate of Lloyds TSB Bank plc from time to time, compounded monthly, both before and after judgement.
12.5. We may assign the benefit of any debt owed to Us by You to any third party at any time.
13. Guideline Definitions of Payment Terms
13.1. No Terms specified: payment is due in full on acceptance of the order;
13.2. "30 days": payment is due on the 30th day after You placed the order;
13.3. "On installation": payment is due in full immediately upon practical completion (as defined below) of installation. 13.3.1 Payment thereafter for monthly user subscription and any additional support is by standing order on 3rd day of each month.
13.4. "lease": means that 13.4.1. (in the case of software) the licence is a periodic licence and periodic fees are payable under the provisions of the licence agreement.
13.5. If We have undercharged You the VAT (where applied) that should have been due on an order, You agree to pay Us the outstanding VAT immediately. If We have overcharged You VAT, We shall refund You the amount that You have overpaid.
13.6. "Practical completion" means that software or installation has been completed to the extent that it is reasonably possible to use it for normal contemplated use, save only for any minor snagging items (which will usually be dealt with under the Terms of support).
14. Time for Performance 14.1. Whenever We agree to do anything by or on a particular time, We will try to do it on or at that time, but We shall not be liable for late performance: 14.1.1. if late performance is reasonably beyond our control (it is due, for example, to the failure of our own suppliers to perform); or unless You have given Us a notice allowing Us a reasonable time to perform and We have failed to do so (in any event, clause 10 above applies)
15.1. Where We do anything for You on your premises or premises under your control, You agree to indemnify Us and keep Us indemnified against any loss, damage claim or expense arising out of the physical injury of or death of any of our staff arising in any way from our performance of this Agreement and arising by reason of the provision of defective equipment, your failure to provide a safe system of work or otherwise by reason of any negligent act or default on your part or on the part of your servants or agents or other person on your premises.
16. Incorporation of Other Terms
16.1. Where software (other than bespoke software) is supplied under this Agreement, our "Standard Terms for the Supply and Licensing of Software" in force at the time of this Agreement apply in addition to these Terms and condition);
16.2. Where bespoke software is supplied under this Agreement, our "Standard Terms for the Development of Software" in force at the time of this Agreement apply in addition to these Terms and conditions;
16.3. Where Consultancy, training or other services are supplied under this Agreement, our "Standard Terms for the Supply of Consultancy" in force at the time of this Agreement apply in addition to these Terms and conditions (and subject to the entries in the standard cover sheet);
16.4. And in each case above those Terms and conditions are varied and interpreted in accordance with the quotation
17.1. Except as is specifically referred to in this Agreement, neither of Us may assign the benefit or the obligations of any part of this Agreement without the written consent of the other.
18.1. Where any notice is required to be given under this Agreement (where the word "notify" is used it means "to give notice"), it shall be considered to have been validly given if in writing and sent by fax, email or prepaid first-class or airmail post to the correct fax number, email address or postal address of the relevant party as contained on the quotation or prior correspondence, or subsequently notified to the other party. Where sent by fax, the notice is deemed to have arrived immediately upon sending. If sent by email, the notice is deemed to have arrived 24 hours after it was sent (unless within those 24 hours the sender has been sent an email saying that the notice has not been delivered). If sent by post, the notice is deemed to have arrived on the third working day after the day on which it was sent (if sent to an address within the UK), the fifth working day (if sent to an address within the EEA) or on the seventh working day (anywhere else in the world) (unless in each case within that period it was returned as undelivered).
19. Confidentiality and Poaching
19.1. We may have given You, and may give You in the future, confidential information (which includes but is not limited to information relating to our products, planned products and details of our marketing, support and internal structures and similar information relating to our suppliers or related products). You agree that You will use confidential information solely for the purposes of this Agreement and for evaluating future products or services which are or may be supplied by Us, and that You shall not disclose, whether directly or indirectly, to any third party confidential information other than as required to carry out the purposes of this Agreement. Before You make any such disclosure to a third party, You must obtain from them a duly binding agreement to maintain in confidence the information to be disclosed which is at least as effective as this obligation is on You.
19.2. The clause above shall not prevent the disclosure or use by You of any information: 19.2.1. which is or hereafter, through no
fault of your own or of those to whom You have entrusted it, becomes public knowledge; 19.2.2. or to the extent permitted by law.
19.3 We agree to be bound by the obligations contained in the above clauses 19.1 and 19.2 likewise in relation to any confidential information which You may give Us.
19.4 You agree not to approach or engage any of our staff (with whom You have had contact) directly or indirectly within six months the termination of any contract between You and Us.
19.5 You agree not to introduce any member of our staff to any other person with a view to them engaging that person within the time scale set out above
20. Termination on Insolvency
20.1. If, in our reasonable opinion, it appears that You will be unable to meet the payment Terms We have agreed We may terminate this agreement without notice immediately, in which case We shall no longer be under any obligation to do any work for You under it, and You shall immediately become liable to pay Us all sums which You owe Us (whether or not under this Agreement and whether or not they have become due). In addition, You will be liable to pay Us a reasonable sum representing the services We have supplied up to the date of termination, which shall be calculated to include the loss of anticipated profit for the whole of the contract.
20.2. For the avoidance of doubt, each of the following is a reasonable reason for termination under clause 20.1 above: 20.2.1. the presentation of a bankruptcy or winding-up petition against You; 20.2.2. the appointment of a manager, receiver or administrator over all or any part of your assets 20.2.3. the commencement of any winding-up process (other than for the purposes of reconstruction or amalgamation) 20.2.4. the entry into or proposal of any form of arrangement or composition with your creditors 20.2.5. anything analogous to the above sub-sub-clauses in any jurisdiction.
21.1. This agreement is subject in all respects to English Law
22.1. If We fail to rely on our strict legal rights under this Agreement, that shall not prevent Us from relying on those rights at any time in the future.
23.1. If any dispute or grievance arises between Us out of this Agreement, before taking any further action, We each agree that it will be discussed by staff members of each of Us who are most closely involved with the running of the contract. If that does not produce a resolution, the problem will be escalated to the respective superiors of each staff member respectively, until the problem is dealt with. Only if the respective Directors/ Partners of each party cannot reach agreement on the dispute will the matter be taken to the next stage as set out below.
23.2. Should the escalation mechanism set out in 23.1 above fail to be effective, before taking any other action We each agree to submit in good faith to a mediation procedure for the time being of the Law Society of England and Wales shall nominate. Unless We agree otherwise, the costs of the mediation shall be borne equally by each of Us.
Standard Terms for the Supply and Licensing of Software These Terms are supplemental to the General Terms and Conditions of Software, Hardware and Consultancy Supply (the "General Terms")
1. Agreement to Supply 1.1. We agree to supply the Software referred to in the quotation subject to the General Terms and these Terms and conditions at the price set out in it ("supply" in this Agreement means "license and (if appropriate) provide with media").
1.2. Nothing in this Agreement is intended to pass the title in any copyright or other intellectual property to You, and any right which You gain to use intellectual property is obtained solely under licence as more particularly set out in the rest of this Agreement)
2. Payment of Licence Fee
2.1. You agree to pay the licence fee as set out in the quotation in accordance with the paymentTerms set out on the quotation.
2.2. If the licence fee is a periodic licence fee, You agree to pay each periodic fee promptly in accordance with the Terms of payment set out on the Contract Quotation Sheet. If it states in the quotation sheet that You are to pay by direct debit, You authorise Us to deduct relevant payments from the appropriate bank account.
2.3. If You fail to pay any periodic fee due, You are warned that your licence to use the software is terminated and that there may be disabling devices in the software which prevent its further use while You remain unlicensed.
3. Media Warranty
3.1. Where We have supplied the software on magnetic or optical media, We warrant the media (as opposed to any programs or data which the media may contain) to be free from transcription errors or defects in manufacture for a period of [one year] from the date We supply it. During the warranty period, We will repair or replace (at our option) the media with media not containing the transcription error or defect, provided that You have not abused it and You are not in breach of any of your obligations to Us or to any licensor of the software or data contained on the media. This warranty is in addition to any rights You may have by law.
4.1. Unless it states on the quotation that We specified the software We shall not be liable for the software’s fitness for any purpose or satisfactory quality. We warrant only that it complies with its description as set out in the Quotation.
4.2. Where it states on the quotation that We specified the software We shall not be liable for any failure of the software except as otherwise set out in this Agreement, or to the extent that no reasonable computer professional in our position, and based on what You have told Us, and in the circumstances could have specified that software at the time We specified it.
5. Software Licensed By Us
5.1. "Our Software" means software of which We own the copyright, or to which We have been granted a licence to sublicense.
5.2. Where We supply You with Our Software, it is on the following Terms: 5.2.1. We supply it to You under the Terms of our standard software licence, (a copy of which is available on request ) and which is incorporated in this Agreement. We warrant that it complies substantially with its description and functions substantially in accordance with the documentation supplied with it.
5.3. Where We supply Our Software You confirm that You have received adequate demonstration of the Software prior to entering into this Agreement.
6. Software Licensed by Third Parties
6.1. Where We supply software that is not our software, We have taken reasonable steps to ensure that it does not infringe the rights of third parties. We cannot be held responsible for any such infringement, save that if the infringement relates to the whole (as opposed to the part) of any software supplied under this agreement, We shall (at our option): 6.1.1. replace that software with non-infringing software; 6.1.2. obtain at no cost to You a valid licence to continue to use the software; or 6.1.3. refund the licence fee applicable to that software.
6.2. In any of those cases, We shall be under no further liability to You in respect of that software.
6.3. If We decide that it is not practical to obtain replacement software or a valid licence, this constitutes the "unusual circumstances" referred to in clause 10 of the General Terms.
7. Configuration of Software
7.1. You acknowledge that the configurations or arrangements of software or data which We have installed may be subject to copyright (and in the absence of our written permission) You are granted no licence to copy that configuration or arrangement onto any system other than the one on which We installed the software.
8. Compliance with Instructions
8.1. You agree to comply with all reasonable instructions regarding the use of the software, and to provide adequate training to all operators of it.
8.2. You will ensure that the system on which the software is running 8.2.1. is and continues to be well and adequately maintained; 8.2.2. is and continues to be contained in the hardware compatibility lists of all suppliers of software intended to be running on that system and in respect of that software; 8.2.3. is and continues to be within the hardware and performance specifications required by the suppliers of all software running on the system, 8.2.4. does not contain any extraneous programs, data or hardware which are not reasonably necessary for the use of the system for its intended purpose.
8.3. You agree to install patches and upgrades to all software supplied under this agreement (or reasonably necessary for the functioning of software supplied under this agreement) as and when We notify You to do so. You are warned that there may be charge. All upgrades are free to all existing and new customers.
These Terms are supplemental to the General Terms and Conditions of Software and Consultancy Supply (the "General Terms")
1. Agreement to Support We agree to support the Software specified in the quotation as subject to a support agreement subject to the General Terms and these Standard Terms
2. Assignment 2.1. We may by notice assign the whole of the benefit and burden of this support agreement (or all or any of the components referred to in clause 2.2 below) to any other person who in our reasonable opinion is capable of carrying out its Terms. 2.2. We may sever the parts of this agreement which refer to: 2.2.1. Systems software 2.2.2. Application Software 2.2.3. Bespoke software 2.2.4. Software licensed or sub-licensed by Us 2.3. Any assignment under this clause is without prejudice to any other contractual arrangement between Us.
3. Support Provided under this Agreement shall Include
3.1. Support provided includes portal support. See 3.3.
3.2. We prioritise support into urgent and non-urgent problems. An urgent problem is: 3.2.1. significant degradation or failure of the System, 3.2.2. defective Software distribution media, or 3.2.3. software performance significantly inconsistent with documentation. Any other problem is classified as a non-urgent problem.
3.3. Out of Hours Support, is not provided. Clients are required to use our support portal on each system, in each case a ticket number will be issued for reference for the client and US.
3.4. Our support staff will attempt to solve a problem immediately, or in any rate as quickly as reasonably possible, taking into account that urgent problems have priority over non-urgent problems. When appropriate, We will try to give an estimate of how long a problem may take to resolve. We will keep You informed of the progress of problem resolution.
3.5. In the course of solving a problem We may issue You with a workaround which will enable You to continue working (albeit with possibly reduced functionality) which may cause your problem to be reclassified as a non-urgent problem.
3.6. Our ability to provide support for third party software is dependent upon the assistance of the supplier of that software. We will use all reasonable efforts to deal with software problems which are caused by third party software (provided that that software is covered by this agreement) but cannot guarantee to solve problems arising from third party software.
3.7. On-site support will only be provided if specified in the quotation and where appropriate in the event telephone support does not resolve the problem.
3.8. We shall charge at our usual applicable hourly rates for any support other than support provided under this agreement.
3.9. This Agreement does not cover any hardware maintenance.
3.10. This Agreement does not oblige Us to install, configure, reinstall or reconfigure any software or to reinstate or reload any data except to the extent that We shall load your last non-corrupt complete backup ("the last backup") and ensure that any subsequent software fixes which We have implemented pursuant to this agreement are implemented. It is your responsibility to re-key or re-enter any data entered since the last backup was taken.
3.11. You acknowledge that diagnosis and support may result in the corruption or erasure of software or data and You must therefore ensure that You keep careful, up-to-date verified backups of software and data using a rotation system and regularly replaced media.
4. Your obligations
4.1. You must submit sufficient material, information and assistance to enable our staff to duplicate the problem. This includes providing sample data (including the data on the system when the problem was encountered).
4.2. Where the software is dependent for its operation on other software, or on specific hardware, We may decline to provide software support unless 4.2.1. You have a maintenance or support agreement with Us in respect of that software or hardware (for which charges additional to those under this agreement may be levied); or 4.2.2. You have a maintenance or support agreement with a third party in respect of that software or hardware the Terms and provider of which We have approved.
4.3. You agree to comply with the provisions of any software licence agreements applicable to the software covered by this agreement (the "Software Licence");
4.4. We may provide You with diagnostic or support software (the "Support Software") in which case You agree: 4.4.1. To install and use the Support software on our instructions; 4.4.2. not to copy the Support Software, other than for the purposes of back-up, nor otherwise to reproduce it;
4.4.3. not to translate, adapt, vary or modify the Support Software without our written consent; 4.4.4. to maintain accurate and up-to-date records of the number and location of all copies of the Support Software; 4.4.5. to supervise and control use of the Support Software in accordance with the Terms of this Agreement and of the Software in accordance with the Software Licence; 4.4.6. to replace the current version of Support Software with the upgraded version forthwith upon receipt; 4.4.7. to reproduce and include the copyright notice contained in or on the Support Software on all and any copies made, whether in whole or in part, in any form, including partial copies or modifications of any software; 4.4.8. not to provide or otherwise make available the Support Software in whole or in part (including but not limited to program listings, object code, source program listings and source code), in any form to any person other than your employees or authorised contractors without our written consent 4.4.9. within 14 days after the date of expiry or termination of this Agreement for whatever reason give Us a certificate, certifying that the main copy and all backup or other copies of all Support Software and related documentation (in whole and in part), in any form including partial copies or modifications of such software received from Us or made in connection with this Agreement, have been destroyed, (unless We give You prior written authorisation to retain one copy of it and upon whatever conditions We may think fit).
4.5. You agree to assist Us in solving problems including following straightforward instructions given to Us over the telephone, and reporting to Us the effects of different tests etc.
5. Remote support of the software is offered as an option in the system for the reasons laid out in 6.
6. Correction of Software Errors
6.1. We may, at our sole discretion, correct software errors by "patch" or by new version, or We may replace software with different software of equivalent functionality.
6.2. Where it does not materially impact on the operation of the System, We may specify workarounds as solutions to specific problems.
7. Support not Included and which shall be Charged for
7.1. Support of other software, accessories, attachments, machines, template creation, systems or other devices not supplied by Us or listed in the quotation as being subject to support (or otherwise covered by agreement).
7.2. Rectification of lost or corrupted data arising for any reason other than our own negligence.
7.3. Support made more difficult because of any changes, alterations, additions, modifications or variations to the software covered by this agreement, the System or operating environment and made without our written consent or at our instructions.
7.4. Dealing with faults caused by using the software outside design or other specifications or outside the provisions laid down in any instructions documentation relating to the software.
7.5. Diagnosis and/or rectification of problems not associated with the software covered by this agreement.
8.1. Maintenance is on going for the duration of the contract.
9. Support Charges
9.1. The support charges are as specified in the quotation or as notified to You from time to time under this Agreement ("Support Charges").
9.2. Support Charges are payable annually in advance upon receipt of our invoice unless otherwise We agree otherwise in writing (or it says otherwise in the quotation). No support will be provided until We have received payment for tickets raised with the support centre. The quotation may specify that You are to pay by direct debit in which case We shall debit your account near the date of this agreement and each renewal date with the Support Charges which are in force at the time that the debit is made other payments are accepted by Paypal, Debit Card or Standing Order.
9.3. Support Charges are subject to review no more than once in each twelve-month period (excluding alterations and additions to software which are covered by this agreement). We will giveYou at least 90 days’ notice before the new Support Charges take effect.
9.4. Within 30 days after You have been notified of amended Support Charges in accordance with clause 9.3 above You may, if the charges have been increased, notify Us of your intention to terminate the Agreement in which case the agreement will terminate (and all support services will cease) on the day immediately before the increased charges were due to take effect.
9.5. If You alter your software configuration from that contemplated in the quotation (or as accepted by Us from time to time) or there is any other significant change in the software to be maintained You are required to notify Us immediately in which case: 9.5.1. We will tell You what the amended Support Charges will be and You have 30 days in which to reject by notice the new charges, failing which You are considered to have accepted them. 9.5.2. If You reject the new charges notified to You in accordance with the preceding clause, You will be deemed to have served notice terminating the agreement in accordance with clause 8.1 above and the old support charges will remain in effect. However, in that case We shall not be required, for the remainder of the contractual period, to provide support services in excess of those We were required to supply before the changes. For the avoidance of doubt, the 90 day notice period still applies. In other words, if You reject the new charges within 90 days of an anniversary of this agreement, the agreement will not terminate on that anniversary , but on the next one following it.
9.6. Bespoke template work is not carried out on your behalf by Removals Manager as part of either your initial setup fee or your regular user fees but is quoted on and invoiced for over and above those aforementioned fees.
10. Our Liability
10.1. We shall not be liable to You for any loss or damage whatsoever or howsoever caused arising directly or indirectly in connection with this Agreement, the Software, any Support Software, modem or other hardware, its use, the System or other equipment, property or otherwise except to the extent that such liability may not be lawfully excluded unless We have explicitly agreed to accept increased liability in the quotation.
10.2. Notwithstanding the generality of 10.1 above, We expressly exclude liability for consequential loss or damage which may arise in respect of the Software, any Support Software, any modem or other hardware, its use, the System or other equipment or property or for loss of profit, business, revenue, goodwill or anticipated savings unless We have explicitly agreed to accept increased liability in the quotation.
10.3. In the event that any exclusion or other provision contained in this Agreement is held to be invalid for any reason and We becomes liable for loss or damage that could otherwise have been limited, that liability shall be limited to the amount You have actually paid Us for hardware and software support services over the last two years.
11.1. In addition to provisions for termination contained elsewhere in this agreement, We may, by notice to You, terminate this Agreement if You are in breach of any term, condition or provision of this Agreement or required by the applicable law and fail to remedy it (if it is capable of remedy) within 30 days of having received notice of the breach from Us.
11.2. Upon termination, You will pay Us all costs and expenses, including legal and other fees incurred and all arrears of charges or other payments arising in respect of the software or hardware, any Support Software or hardware, its support, this Agreement or otherwise and shall comply with your obligation undertaking specified in Clause 4.4.9 (which requires You to certify You have destroyed the support software) above, where applicable.
11.3. Any remedies or rights which We have against You shall continue after termination for any reason.