Buying Project Network

Terms and Conditions

Last updated. May 2018

Buying Project Network free-tier, approved vendor and technology partner products are offered as a licensed product according to the terms and conditions of use below.

Terms of Use

As a Buying Project Network Member by downloading the Buytasker application or using a Buytasker application on your web browser, you agree to the terms and conditions for this application below (the "Terms and Conditions").

In order to use this application, including any third party software made available to you in conjunction with this application and/or the related service (collectively referred to below as the “Buytasker App”) you must agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. If you cannot or do not wish to abide by these Terms and Conditions, please press “No” when asked whether you agree to these Terms and Conditions, and do not proceed with use of this product.

You acknowledge that use of the Buytasker App is subject to the applicable Licensed Application End User License Agreement governing your purchase of the Buytasker App and acknowledge that these Terms and Conditions are supplemental to and do not replace the License Agreement. We will only use any personal data collected during your use of the Buytasker App in accordance with Australian data protection legislation and our Privacy Policy.

These Terms and Conditions will be available at all times on www.buytasker.com. They will be subject to change at any time by posting changes online. You are responsible for reviewing regularly information posted online to obtain timely notice of any such changes. By using the Buytasker App after any such changes you agree to comply with, and be bound by, the terms and conditions as in force from time to time.

This application uses Google Analytics Tracking. Use of this application binds you to Google's Analytics terms of use regarding privacy and data gathering for this library. Full terms of use can be read here: http://www.google.com/analytics


Intellectual Property


Except as otherwise indicated, all materials on the Buytasker App, including, but not limited to copyright, trade marks, still and moving images, audio visual content, timing data, other race data, illustrations, text and written and other materials contained in the Buytasker App are protected by Intellectual Property Rights, sui generis or similar rights owned by Buytasker LTD and its affiliates, or used with permission of their owners. All rights are reserved.

The Buytasker LTD and BUYTASKER logo and related marks are trade marks of Buytasker LTD. All results, timing data and certain other content are copyright Buytasker LTD. All rights reserved.

"Intellectual Property Rights" means any and all rights existing from time to time under patent law, copyright law, trade secret law, trademark law, unfair competition law and related laws, and any and all together proprietary rights, and any and all applications, renewals, extensions, and restorations thereof, now or hereafter in force and effect worldwide. You agree to not remove, obscure or alter any copyright notice, trademarks, or other proprietary rights notices affixed to or contained within or accessed in conjunction with or through the Buytasker App.


User ID, Password and Security

In the event that any user ID and/or password is used by you or issued to you by us during the process of your signing up to be a user/member of the Buytasker or Buying Project Network, you shall protect the secrecy of such user ID and/or password at all times and shall ensure that the user ID and/or password is not revealed or disclosed in any manner whatsoever to any person. You should change your password from time to time to enhance its security. You shall be fully responsible for all use and liability resulting from access to this Site or Mobile Application with your user ID and/or password. We shall not be responsible for unauthorized transactions incurred by you arising from or in connection with the misuse or disclosure of your user ID and/or password.

Any passwords or rights given to you to obtain information or other contents are not transferable and may only be used by you. You must keep your password confidential and immediately notify us if any unauthorised third party becomes aware of that password or if there is any unauthorised use of your email address or any breach of security is known to you. You agree that any person to whom your user name or password is disclosed is authorised to act as your agent for the purposes of using (and/or transacting via) the Services, the Site and Mobile Application. Maintenance of the confidentiality of your password is your responsibility.

If you suspect that your password has been compromised in any manner, you shall immediately inform us and change your password.


No Modifications


Unless you obtain Buytasker LTD’s prior written consent, you agree not to reproduce, distribute, perform, display, modify, adapt, translate, prepare derivative works from, decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to derive source code from the Buytasker App or any content featured thereon. The material and content provided on the Buytasker App is for your personal, non-commercial use only, save where expressly provided, and you agree not for yourself or through or by way of assistance from any third party to distribute copy extract or commercially exploit such material or content.

Furthermore, you may not use the Buytasker App in any manner that could damage, disable, overburden, or impair Buytasker LTD’s services (including by using the Buytasker App in an automated manner), nor may you use the Buytasker App in any manner that could interfere with any other party’s use and enjoyment of Buytasker LTD’s services.


The Service


The Buytasker App is operated by Buytasker LTD (“Buytasker”). Any fees or charges charged by Buytasker LTD for use of the Buytasker App are stated in the order process for the application. However, you may incur data charges from your carrier or other provider for downloading and/or using the Buytasker App. You acknowledge that your use of the Buytasker App and acceptance of these Terms and Conditions creates a binding agreement between you and Buytasker LTD, which shall be effective from the downloading of the Buytasker App.


LEGAL INFORMATION


THE Buytasker App (INCLUDING ALL INFORMATION INCLUDED ON IT IN ANY FORM) IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SOFT PAUER FURTHER DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES REGARDING THE SECURITY, RELIABILITY, TIMELINESS, AND PERFORMANCE OF THE Buytasker App AND SUCH THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE.

YOU UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT YOUR DOWNLOAD AND/OR USE OF THE Buytasker App IS AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION AND RISK AND THAT YOU WILL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER OR MOBILE DEVICE AND/OR LOSS OF DATA THAT RESULTS FROM THE DOWNLOAD OR USE OF THE Buytasker App. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

YOU UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT YOUR DOWNLOAD AND/OR USE OF THE Buytasker App IS AN ONLINE PLATFORM CONNECTING YOU (“THE BUYER”) WITH A NOMINATED SUPPLIER (“THE SUPPLIER OF GOODS AND SERVICES”) Buytasker LTD IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY NEGATIVE OUTCOMES SUCH AS DELAYED SHIPPING OF GOODS WHICH MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF INCOME AND LOSS OF PROFIT OR DAMAGES TO YOU THE BUYER. THE SUPPLIER OF GOODS AND SERVICES INCLUDE SHIPPING AND LOGISTIC COMPANIES AND PRODUCT MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS.

Buytasker LTD WILL COLLECT PAYMENT OF GOODS FROM THE BUYER ON BEHALF OF THE SUPPLIER OF GOODS AND SERVICES IN THE FORM OF A PRODUCT SAMPLE PAYMENT OR PROJECT DEPOSIT OR BALANCE PAYMENT THE MONIES WILL TRANSFERRED TO THE SUPPLIER OF GOODS AND SERVICES IF ALL PARTIES INVOLVED IN THE Buytasker LTD AGREE THE QUALITY CONTROL MEASURES (“QA) HAVE BEEN ADEQUATELY MET. IN THE EVENT THE QA PROCESS IS DISPUTED MONIES WILL BE HELD BY Buytasker LTD UNTIL SUCH A TIME THE RESOLUTION OF DISPUTE IS RESOLVED. THE SUPPLIER OF GOODS AND SERVICES MUST PROVIDE Buytasker LTD WITH AN INVOICE STATING THE AMOUNTS CALCULATED LESS THE FEE (“Buytasker LTD FEE”) OWED TO Buytasker LTD AS COMMISSION FOR USING THE Buytasker App FOR SERVICES RENDERED TO THE BUYER. THE Buytasker LTD FEE IS TO BE AGREED IN WRITING ON A PER PROJECT BASIS.

Buytasker LTD DOES NOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR OR GUARANTEE THE GOODS PURCHASED BY THE BUYER AND THE BUYER SHOULD RELY UPON A QUALITY CONTROL OPTION PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY FACTORY INSPECTION SERVICE.

Buytasker LTD DOES NOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR TYPE OF MATERIALS IN TRANSIT THAT THE BUYER HAS PURCHASED INCLUDING DANGEROUS GOODS .THE SUPPLIER OF GOODS AND SERVICES THAT IS NOMINATED TO ARRANGE THE SHIPMENT ON BEHALF OF THE BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING THE BUYER WITH ALL NECESSARY SHIPPING DOCUMENTS TO ENSURE THE LEGAL AND SAFE TRANSPORTATION OF GOODS PURCHASED.

IF ANY OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SHOULD BE DETERMINED TO BE ILLEGAL INVALID OR OTHERWISE UNENFORCEABLE BY REASON OF THE LAWS OF ANY JURISDICTION IN WHICH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE INTENDED TO BE EFFECTIVE THEN TO THE EXTENT AND WITHIN THE JURISDICTION IN WHICH THAT TERM IS ILLEGAL INVALID OR UNENFORCEABLE, IT SHALL BE SEVERED AND DELETED FROM THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND THE REMAINING TERMS AND CONDITIONS SHALL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT AND CONTINUE TO BE BINDING AND ENFORCEABLE.

TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, WE ACCEPT NO LIABILITY TO YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER ARISING FROM USE OR LOSS OF USE OF DATA, OR LOSS OF PROFITS, WHETHER IN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE VIEWING, USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE Buytasker App OR ITS CONTENT HOWSOEVER CAUSED.

NEITHER WE NOR ANY THIRD PARTIES WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS OF OR THE MATERIAL CONTAINED IN OR DOWNLOADED FROM THE Buytasker App WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE, THAT DEFECTS WILL BE CORRECTED, OR THAT THIS SITE OR THE SERVER THAT MAKES IT AVAILABLE ARE FREE OF MALICIOUS PROGRAMS (SUCH AS VIRUSES, WORMS OR TROJAN HORSES) OR BUGS. NEITHER WE NOR ANY THIRD PARTIES MAKE ANY REPRESENTATION REGARDING THE FULL FUNCTIONALITY, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY OF THE MATERIALS.


Network Pay


The Applicant authorises Buytasker LTD (“Buytasker”) to open an account for foreign currency exchange and global payment transactions and to accept and rely on all orders and instructions (whether oral, written or electronic means) from anyone Buytasker reasonably believes is the Applicant. If Part IV agreement is active, the Applicant authorises the Bank listed in Part IV to provide Buytasker with any information necessary to assist in its dealings with Buytasker. If Direct Debit is selected in Part IV, by signing Part IV the Applicant authorises Buytasker to initiate debit and credit entries from its account(s) with the Bank listed in Part IV to their account(s) with Buytasker for the purpose of settlement of foreign exchange and global payment transactions. The Applicant certifies that (i) it will be acting as principal, for and on its own behalf, and not on behalf of any third party; (ii) the Privacy Notice has been reviewed and consented to; (iii) the information set out in this Application is correct and complete and undertakes to promptly notify Buytasker of any inaccuracy or change in such information; (iv) it understands that all transactions are subject to risk and the degree of risk is a matter of its skill and judgment and cannot be accurately pre-determined; (v) it is aware that all transactions carried out by Buytasker are done so on an execution only basis and that it will receive no advice from Buytasker in respect of such transactions; and (vi) it will be solely responsible for obtaining any advice on the investment, legal, regulatory, tax, business, financial, accounting or other consequences of a transaction and it shall make its own assessment of the transaction and exercise its own judgment on the merits of the transaction.

Buytasker LTD, Cambridge Mercantile Corp. (UK) Limited FX Deals and Payment Services Terms and Conditions Agreement All products and services offered by us, Buytasker LTD, are on an execution only basis. We shall not advise you on the legal, regulatory, tax, business, financial, accounting or other consequences of a transaction and you should make your own assessment of any transaction and exercise your own judgment on the merits of such transaction. Any foreign exchange transactions that you transact with us will be ofa type (such as spot and forward transactions for commercial purposes) which are not within the scope of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and therefore not regulated

1 by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom for the issuing of electronic money and the provision of payment services with FCA e-money register number 900702 and are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office under Registration Number ZA031019. Our address and our registered office is at 71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BS.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. PURPOSE AND BASIS OF THESE TERMS

1.1 These Terms and Conditions shall apply to all business conducted between us and you from time to time in relation to the Services.

1.2 The Application Form together with these Terms and Conditions govern the relationship between you and us and you agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions together with all other terms and conditions notified by us to you in accordance with the Agreement with effect from the date of receipt by us of a copy of the Application Form signed by you electronically or otherwise, and provided we accept you as a Client. The Agreement between you and us will continue in force until it is terminated in accordance with the Terms and Conditions.

1.3 Each transaction shall be subject to a separate Confirmation which shall be deemed to incorporate these Terms and Conditions. In the event of any inconsistency between the terms of the Confirmation and these Terms and Conditions, the terms of the Confirmation shall prevail. 1.4 This Agreement is supplied toy ou in English anda ll communications and documentation between you and us will be in English for the duration of this Agreement. 2. DEFINITIONS AND CONSTRUCTION 2.1 The following words and phrases shall have the following meanings in the Agreement: “Agreement” means the agreement between you and is contained in these Terms and Conditions and the Application Form as amended from time to time; “Application Form” means the application form attached to these terms and conditions and “Applicant” shall mean the person as referred to as such in Part I of the Application Form; “Appendix A Form” means the form produced by us from time to time to be completed by you if you wish to appoint or remove an Authorised Representative; “Applicable Laws” has the meaning given in clause 3.3; “Assets” means all amounts credited to an E Account ,your cash balances, FX Deal positions, rights to the payment of cash or the delivery of Currency and all and any other assets of yours which may at any time be owed by us or held by us or in our possession or control or owed by or held by or in the possession or control of any Associate of ours and assets held with or rights or claims arising in relation to or against any Counterparty through or with which transactions on your behalf are executed or cleared; “Associate” has the meaning given in the handbook of rules and guidance of the FCA; “Authorised Representative” means a person designated to give Deal Orders and Payment Orders to us on behalf of the Client and notified in Part II of the Application Form and/or Appendix A Form; “Business Day” means shall mean 8 30 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Fridays excluding bank holidays and public holidays in England; “Beneficiary Details” means details of the Beneficiary Account(s); “Beneficiary Account(s)” means the Clients bank account or accounts or any third party bank account or accounts into which funds are to be transferred in performance of a Payment Service and notified by the Client to us in advance when the client instructs us to perform a Payment Service and the Beneficiary Details and Payment Order;

“Client Money” means funds held by us in accordance with the safeguarding requirements of the Regulations; “Confirmation” means a confirmation generated by us for an accepted Deal Order to enter into a FX Deal transaction or to provide payment services as provided for in clause 6; “Counterparty” includes but is not limited to the following; OTC counterparty, intermediate broker, exchange, market operator, clearing house or depository; “Currency” means money denominated in the lawful currency of any country; “Currency Forward Agreement” means a contract between two parties to exchange Currencies at a specified future time at a prea-greed rate; “Deal Order” means an instruction for FX Deal given by an Authorised Representative to us to execute a transaction on behalf of the Client; “Delivery Date” means the date on which Currency is deliverable in accordance with the terms of the FX Deal as specified in the Confirmation; “Durable Medium” means a medium which allows a person to store information in a way accessible for future reference for a period of time adequate for the purposes of the information and which allows the unchanged reproduction of the information stored; “E-Account” means the Client’s electronic money account or account opened and maintained with us; “Event of Default” has the meaning given in clause 11; “Force Majeure Event” means an Act of God, flood, earthquake, windstorm or other natural disaster, epidemic or pandemic, war, threat of or preparation for war, armed conflict, imposition of sanctions, embargo, breaking off of diplomatic relations or similar actions, terrorist attack, civil war, civil commotion or riots, strike, industrial action or lockout, any law or government order, rule, regulation or direction, or any action taken by a government or public authority, any communications, systems or computer failure, market default, suspension, failure or closure, interruption or failure of a utility service; “FCA” means the Financial Conduct Authority of 25 The North Colonnade, London E14 5HS or any successor body thereto responsible for regulating us within the United Kingdom; “FX Deal” means a Currency Forward Agreement and/or a Spot Transaction transacted between you and us; “Insolvency Official” has the meaning given in clause 11; “Insolvency Proceeding” means a case or proceeding seeking a judgment of or arrangement for insolvency, bankruptcy, composition, rehabilitation, reorganization, administration, winding-up, liquidation or other similar relief with respect to the defaulting party or its debts or assets, ors eeking the appointment of a trustee, receiver, liquidator, conservator, administrator, custodian or other similar official of the defaulting party or any substantial part of its assets, under any bankruptcy, insolvency or other similar law or any banking, insurance or similar law governing the operation of the defaulting party; “Margin Amount” means the amount of money from time to time specified by us as such; “Margin Deposit” means the amount of money from time to time specified by us as such; “Obligations” means all your costs, expenses, losses, liabilities and other obligations owed to us to make payment, deliver assets or perform any other legally binding obligation whether arising under this Agreement or otherwise, and whether actual or contingent including but not limited to costs, expenses, losses, liabilities and other obligations incurred by us as a result of the performance by us of our duties or the exercise by us of our rights, powers and/or privileges hereunder; “Payment Service(s)” means maintaining an E Account and transferring funds to the Beneficiary Account(s) at the conclusion of a FX Deal from an E Account; “Payment Order” means an instruction for a Payment Service given by an Authorised Representative to us to execute a Payment Service on behalf of the Client; “Premium” means the amount we require from you for a FX Deal; “Regulations” means the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (SI 2011 No.99) and the Payment Services Regulations 2009 (SI 2009 No. 209); “Services” has the meaning given in clause 3.1; “Settlement Amount” means the total amount payable (including any fees and expenses) in cleared funds on settlement of a transaction; “Spot Transaction” means a transaction for the sale or purchase of a specific quantity of one currency in exchange for another where the delivery date is less than 2 Business Days; “Terms and Conditions” means these terms and conditions as amended from time to time; “We” or “us” means Cambridge Mercantile Corp.(UK) Limited; and “You” or “the Client” means the Applicant and/or an Authorised Representative and the person we contract with to provide the Services.

References in this Agreement to the Regulations and any other FCA applicable rules, regulations, or laws shall be to such Regulations, rules, regulations and laws as modified, amended, restated or replaced from time to time. References to clauses are to the clauses of this Agreement. References in this Agreement to a “person” shall be construed as a reference to any person, firm, company, corporation, government, state or agency of a state or any association or partnership (whether or not having separate legal personality) of two or more of the foregoing Headings are included for convenience only and shall not affect the interpretation of this Agreement. Words in the singular shall include the plural and vice versa. A reference to one gender shall include a reference to all other genders. This Agreement and any supplemental documentation are to be together construed as one agreement. Website” means the website available at www.cambridgefx.co.uk; 2.2 Nothing in this Agreement shall exclude any duty or liability which we have to you under the Regulations where such exclusion is not permitted under the Regulations. 3. OUR SERVICES 3.1 We will provide you with execution-only trading services in connection with FX Deals and/or Payment Services as may be specifically agreed in writing between you and us from time to time (the “Services”) subject to the terms of the Agreement. You may ask us to perform a FX Deal or Payment Service for you, and we may accept your request to perform a FX Deal for you or Payment Service and each request is an offer by you to purchase some of the Services. We may, in our sole discretion, refuse to proceed with a request or (subject to the requirements of the Regulations) a Payment Service at any time. Each FX Deal and Payment Service which we perform for you is subject to a separate contract which shall incorporate the terms of the Agreement. 3.2 We are not authorised by the FCA to provide speculative and/or investment services or advice. As such, you cannot enter into speculative and/ or investment services or advisory services with us. 3.3 We are authorised by you to do anything which we consider necessary or appropriate either to provide the Services (including but not limited to acting as your agent and delegating our authority as your agent to another) or to comply with the Regulations or any applicable laws, rules or regulations (“Applicable Laws”) as may reasonably be appropriate including our: 3.3.1 conducting and recording searches through identity referencing agencies and through other sources of information and using scoring methods both to allow us to provide you with the Services and to assess our risks in doing so including credit standing and compliance with all Applicable Laws requirements; and. 3.3.2 passing information to organisations to prevent fraud. You agree to ratify and confirm everything lawfully done in the exercise of such discretion. 3.4 You consent to the inclusion of the Beneficiary Details and any other payee or payer details as are required to enable us to comply with Applicable Laws in information sent to our bank, payment service provider or any other provider for these same purposes 3.5 In the event of any conflict between these Terms and Conditions and Applicable Laws, Applicable Laws shall prevail. 3.6 We are entitled to take such action as we may consider necessary to comply with the Regulations or any other Applicable Laws and shall not be obliged to take any action which would breach such Applicable Laws. 3.7 We have no obligation and accept no liability to any other person or entity for whom you may be acting as an agent, intermediary or fiduciary (whether or not the existence or identity of such person has been disclosed to us) and your obligations to us shall not be diminished in any way by reason of your so acting. 3.8 If you have more than one E Account with us or if your transactions otherwise comprise more than one account with us, we will have the right, without prejudice to any other right we may have, to combine all ora ny such E Accounts or accounts and set off any amount at any time owing from you to us or any of our Associates on any E Account or account against any amount owing by us or any Associate of ours to you for any purpose. You may not at any time or for any purpose set off any amount owing from us or any of our Associates to you against any amount owing to us or any Associate of ours. Assets shall at all times be held by us subject to a general lien and right of set-off against the our obligations. 3.9 We may, at our discretion, at any time convert any sums of money held in a Currency other than the Currency of the Obligations into the Currency of the Obligations at our current exchange rates (or other reasonable rate determined by us) including but not limited to circumstances where the proceeds of such conversion will be automatically applied by us to the greatest extent possible in reduction of the Obligations.

4. NO ADVICE 4.1 We do not undertake to advise you on Deal Orders or any other transactions you may effect through us and will only accept Deal Orders and effect any other transactions for you on an execution-only and we shall not be required to advise you on the legal, regulatory, tax, business, financial, accounting or other consequences of a transaction. 4.2 You will be dealing with us on an execution-only basis in reliance solely on your own skill and judgment. In this regard you should bear in mind that if we explain the terms of a FX Deal or its performance characteristics this does not of itself amount to advice on the merits of a FX Deal or on the legal, regulatory or tax status or consequences. It is entirely for you to decide whether or not to use the Services and whether your instructions to us, are suitable for you and your circumstances. 5. ENTERING INTO A FX DEAL TRANSACTION 5.1 Once you have completed the Application Form and provided we have verified your identity and the Beneficiary Details and we have accepted you as a Client, you or any Authorised Representative may submit Deal Orders by telephone and otherwise in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. It is your responsibility to keep safe and you will procure that all Authorised Representatives keep safe any password which you or any Authorised Representative may at any time be required to use to access any part of the Services. You are responsible for all acts and omissions of all Authorised Representatives and we are not responsible for any loss or harm which you or any other person may suffer or incur as a result of any act or omission of any Authorised Representative. 5.2 When you request us to enter into a FX Deal, you will receive a proposal from us which will only be valid for such time as specified by us at the time the request is made. The artes, structure and pricing applicable to the FXD eal will be the rates, structure and pricing provided to you at the time of the Deal Order. 5.3 Before submitting any Deal Order you should ensure that all information given to is complete and accurate and up to date including the Beneficiary Details. If you think that there is any error in a Deal Order, you must notify us immediately. We shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions contained in any Deal Orders. 5.4 You confirm that you understand and accept that incomplete and/or inaccurate Deal Order details may result in financial loss, for which you may be held responsible at our absolute discretion. 5.5 We shall be entitled to act upon any Deal Orders we reasonably believed to be from you or from any Authorised Representative appointed to act on your behalf. Once given, Deal Orders may only be withdrawn or amended with our consent. 5.6 We may at our absolute discretion refuse to accept or act in accordance with any Deal Order, without being under any obligation to give any reasons to you. If we decline or refuse to accept a Deal Order, we will take reasonable steps to notify you promptly of this but subject to this will not be liable for any failure to accept or act on such Deal Order. 5.7 You shall promptly (and within any time limit imposed by us) give any Deal Order and/or other information we may reasonably request from you in respect of any transactions or other matters in relation to which we have accepted your Deal Order to act. If you do not do so, we may in our sole discretion take any steps at your cost as we consider appropriate for our or for your protection including, without limitation, to comply with Applicable Laws. To the extent permitted by law, we shall not be liable to you for any loss, damage, cost or expense suffered by you as a result of us taking such steps. 5.8 Deal Orders submitted after 1600hrs on a Business Day may not be acknowledged and/or executed until the next Business Day. 5.9 We shall be entitled to carry out all transactions in accordance with the rules, regulations, customs or practices of the relevant Counterparty and all Applicable Laws whether imposed on you or us. We may take all such steps as may be required or permitted by such laws, rules, regulations, customs and/or market practice. We will be entitled to take or not take any reasonable action we consider fit in order to ensure compliance with the same and all such actions so taken will be binding upon you. 5.10 In order to give effect to your Deal Orders, we may at our discretion engage an intermediate broker selected by us (which may be an Associate of ours). We accept full liability for any default by an intermediate broker which is our Associate and undertake to use reasonable care and skill in the appointment and supervision of any other intermediate broker and to make available to you and take such action on your behalf as you may reasonably request in relation to any rights we have against such intermediate broker. Subject to this and to the extent permitted by law, we accept no liability for any default of any Counterparty. 5.11 If you wish to add an Authorised Representative to give Deal Orders and/ or Payment Orders on your behalf please complete an Appendix A Form and provide the information and documentation required on such form. Unless And until we are informed in writing that such authority has been withdrawn by completing and returning to us the Appendix A Form, any action taken by us in compliance with Deal Orders and/or Payment Orders given by an Authorised Representative will be binding on you. 6. CONFIRMATION OF TRANSACTIONS AND REPORTING 6.1 You agree that a Deal Order shall be binding on you once it has been accepted by us. 6.2 A Deal Order will deemed to have been accepted upon verbal confirmation by us by telephone. 6.3 For each accepted Deal Order to enter into a FX Deal transaction, we will generate a Confirmation and send you a copy within one Business Day of our acceptance of your Deal Order. If you do not receive a Confirmation within such

period, you must contact us to request a copy. You agree to promptly review each Confirmation for accuracy and will immediately notify us of any error or discrepancy. 6.4 A Confirmation will be sent by post, fax or e-mail to you at your last known address in our records and will be deemed to have been received by you when sent to the relevant address or number. 6.5 Any Confirmation, statement of account or any certificate issued by us in respect of any transaction or other matter shall be conclusive and binding on you unless objection in writing is received by us within two Business Days of the actual or deemed delivery date of the Confirmation. Occasionally (whether due to human or technical errors), discrepancies may occur in our Confirmations, statements or reports. Provided that we advise you of such errors and/or discrepancies as soon as practicable following our becoming aware of them, you will be bound by the relevant Confirmation, statement or report (as so corrected) irrespective of when the relevant error or discrepancy is discovered by us. 7. PAYMENT OF PREMIUM, MARGIN DEPOSIT AND MARGIN AMOUNT 7.1 We must receive from you in full and in cleared funds within two Business Days of the acceptance of your Deal Order to enter into aF X Deal transaction, the Premium and any applicable Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount as specified by us at the time of our acceptance of the Deal Order. 7.2 You will also provide to us from time to time on demand such sums by way of additional Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount as we may in our absolute discretion require for the purpose of protecting ourselves against loss or risk of loss on present, future or contemplated transactions under this Agreement. Different Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount requirements and variations to the amount of these sums will apply from time to time nad in relation to any particular FX Deal transaction. In particular, you may be required by us to increase the amount of the Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount and/or the amount of increase to such sums in cleared funds to us within 24 hours of being notified to do so by us. 7.3 Unless the terms applying to a particular FX Deal or transaction otherwise specify, Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount and any variation to such sums will be valued by us on such basis and at such times as we shall in our absolute discretion determine and may reflect, without limitation, our views to the extent that the relevant assets are fully available to us or such discount to the current market value of any Margin Amount and/or Margin Deposit as reflects our perception of the market risk of that Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount. If you fail to deliver any Premium, Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount as required by us from time to time or if you communicate to us an intention not to provide us with any Premium, Margin Deposit and/ or and/or Margin Amount or dispute the validity or existence of a FX Deal or transaction, we may close out, without any notice to you, the relevant FX Deal or transaction without any liability on our part and/or take any other steps we deem appropriate to mitigate the potential losses caused by your failure to honour your contractual obligations under the FX Deal or transaction. In the event of such termination, you agree to pay to us on demand within 5 Business Days the amount of any and all losses and expenses incurred by us in connection with the closing out of the FX Deal or transaction. Where a FX Deal or transaction has been closed out, you agree that our sole liability to you shall be to return any amounts you actually paid to us that remain after deducting all amounts owed to us. For the avoidance of doubt nothing in this clause will confer on you a right to terminate a FX Deal. 7.4 While failure to pay a Premium, Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount when required will entitle us to close out some or all of your positions and/ or call an Event of Default, we are under no obligation to close out any transactions or take any other action in respect of open positions opened or acquired on your Deal Order and in particular, no failure by you to pay a Premium, Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount will require us to close out any such transaction. 7.5 All Premiums, Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount and other payments due by you to us pursuant to this Agreement shall be made in cleared funds in such Currency and to such bank account(s) as we may from time to time specify. If you are required by Applicable Laws to make any deduction or withholding in respect of taxes or otherwise, then you will be liable to pay such amount to us as will result in our receiving a net amount equal to the full amount which would have been received had no such deduction or withholding been required. 7.6 Any sums due to us from you pursuant to this Agreement (plus any applicable VAT) may be deducted from any Assets and we may have recourse against and sell, realise or dispose of the Asset(sin cluding any margin) in order to realise proceeds which may be applied in the discharge of such sums 8. SETTLEMENT 8.1 If you do not pay us the Settlement Amount required prior to the relevant Delivery Date or choose not to settle the transaction, we shall be entitled to close out the applicable transaction or take such other action as we in our absolute discretion may consider appropriate and you shall pay to us on demand within five Business Days of our notification to you the amount of any and all losses and expenses incurred by us in connection with the closing out of such transaction. 8.2 Funds received by us from you and any physical Currency and/or profits arising from the settlement or closing out of transactions will be credited to your E Account. Any crediting to your E Account is subject to reversal if, in accordance with local laws and practice, the delivery of investments or cash giving rise to the credit is reversed. 8.3 Without prejudice to our other rights and remedies any Obligations due to us including without limitation Obligations arising as a result of any settlement or close out will be payable by you on demand within 5 Business Days of our notification of such amounts to you. If any of your Assets and Obligations are expressed in different Currencies, theys hall be translated to sterling at the prevailing rate of exchange.

8.4 You will be responsible for the payment of any commissions, transfer fees, registration fees, taxes, duties and other fiscal liabilities and all other liabilities and costs properly payable in relation to a transaction or otherwise incurred by us under this Agreement. 9. E ACCOUNTS 9.1 An E-Account must be opened with us in order for us to receive both funds from you and any physical Currency and/or profits arising from the settlement or closing out of transactions and in order for us to provide the Payment Services. All Payment Orders will be transacted from an E-Account 9.2 An E-Account is an electronic money account (denominated in currency selected from the available currencies) which enables electronic payments to be sent and received. The electronic money on an E-Account is issued in accordance with the Regulations and Applicable Laws. The currency of an E-Account cannot be changed once the processing of payment has been attempted. The electronic money held on an E-Account will not earn any interest and (subject to closing an E-Account in accordance with the Agreement) does not expire. 9.3 You acknowledge that electronic money accounts are not bank accounts and accordingly the UK’s Financial Services Compensation Scheme does not apply to an E-Account. We strictly adheres to the safeguarding requirements under the Regulations which are designed to ensure the safety and liquidity of funds deposited in electronic money accounts. However as in the case in relation to all Electronic Money Issuers, in the unlikely event that we become insolvent, the electronic money held in an E-Account may be at risk. 9.4 The electronic money on an E-Account belongs to the person or persons registered with us as the holder and to no other person and an AEc-count may not be assigned or transferred to a third party nor may any third party be otherwise granted any a legal or equitable interest over an E-Account. 9.5 An E-Account may be subject to upload, payment and withdrawal limits due to security and legal requirements as determined by us from time to time at our sole discretion and we may require that security questions be answered or other activities completed in relation to any upload, payment or withdrawal transaction. We reserve the right in our sole discretion to carry out all and any necessary money laundering, terrorism financing,fraud or other illegal activity checks before processing any E Account upload, payment or withdrawal transaction and we will not be liable to you for any loss suffered by you as a result of any delay while these checks are being completed to our satisfaction 9.6 It is your responsibility to ensure that the E-Account is only accessed by you and that you keep your login details, password or other security features associated with your access safe and secure. If you have any knowledge or any suspicion that any of these security features have been stolen, misappropriated, used without authorisation or otherwise compromised you must contact us without delay. Any undue delay in notifying us may affect the security of your E-Account and /or result in you being liable for any losses as a result. 9.7 We may suspend your E-Account and/or access to the Cambridge Services on reasonable grounds relating to the unauthorised or fraudulent or illegal or disruptive use or security of the E-Account or the Services or in order to comply with Applicable Laws and for such period as we shall reasonably determine to be necessary. 9.8 We will notify you of any suspension and its reasons for doing this (if possible in advance) unless notifying you would be unlawful. 9.9 You must have any equipment or telecommunications lines and links that may be necessary for you to use the Services and you acknowledge that certain software and equipment used by you may not be capable of supporting certain features of the Services. 9.10 By opening an E-Account and whenever you use the Services you are confirming to us that you have (i) regular access to the Website and email; (ii) the ability to store information sent or made available to you by email and other electronic means by us including the Website in a Durable Medium by printing out or otherwise retaining for future reference all electronic communications sent and information made available by us (via the Website or by email or phone); and (iii) the ability to access any such communications and information at all times. 9.11 If you require statements for an E-Account or wish to close an E-Account please contact us. 9.12 Cambridge reserves the right, in its sole discretion to impose ‘acceptable use’ terms in relation to the operation of an E-Account and the provision of any payment service including the prohibition of certain categories of payment transactions. The E-Account must not be used for any illegal purposes including without limitation fraud and money laundering. We will report any suspicious activity to the relevant law enforcement agency and If any transaction is conducted or attempt to be conducted in violation of the prohibitions contained in this section Cambridge reserves the right to reverse the transaction, and/ or close or suspend an E-Account and/or report the transaction to the relevant law enforcement agency and/or claim damages from you

10. PAYMENT SERVICES 10.1 This clause 10 does not apply to any Service which is not a Payment Service governed by the Regulations. 10.2 Where the Regulations require us to provide certain information and notifications to the Client concerning any Payment Service we perform for the Client or regarding an E-Account. We will communicate information and provide the Client with notifications using a method of communication which we reasonably consider appropriate and in such form and manner and as often as we consider reasonable necessary to comply with our obligations under the Regulations. We may provide information and notifications to the Client over the phone, by sending the Client an email or by writing to the Client or by directing the Client to particular pages or sections of the Website or by providing the Client with a copy of any our brochures, leaflets or other documentation. 10.3 The Client’s instruction to perform a Payment Service pursuant to this Agreement will be treated by us as the Client’s consent to us to go ahead with and our authorisation to perform that Payment Service. We shall be entitled to act upon any Payment Orders we reasonably believed to be from you or from any Authorised Representative appointed to act on your behalf. 10.4 Where the Client has authorised us to perform a Payment Service, we will go ahead with that Payment Service unless the Client provides us with clear instructions to no longer to proceed with a Payment Service by notice in writing received by us not later than 4.00pm on the last Business Day before the day that Payment Service was due to take place or unless we and the Client has agreed in writing pursuant to this Agreement that the Client may so instruct us after this time. We may charge the Client for dealing such instructions provided that the charge corresponds to the actual costs. 10.5 We may be liable to the Client under the Regulations where we perform a Payment Service for the Client that the Client Did not authorise us to perform . Where the Client believes we may have performed such an unauthorised Payment Service, the Client should let us know as soon as possible. We will then investigate the matter. Where We have performed such an unauthorised Payment Service We will immediately refund to the Client in full the amount of that funds which are the subject matter of that Payment Service but the Client will not be entitled to any such refund if the Client do not inform us by notice in writing without undue delay on the Client’s becoming aware that an unauthorised Payment Service may have occurred or if the Payment Service was authorised by the Client. 10.6 We may refuse to perform a Payment Service at any time for any reason. Where we refuse to perform a Payment Service and unless it is unlawful for us to do so, we will notify the Client and if possible give the reasons for the refusal and the way in which the Client can rectify any factual errors that led to the refusal. We may charge the Client for notification of a refusal where the refusal is reasonably justified but will separately identify and charge this to the Client. 10.7 We may be liable to the Client under the Regulations where we fail to perform or incorrectly perform a Payment Service for the Client. Where the Client believes we may have failed to perform or have incorrectly performed a Payment Service, the Client should let us know as soon as possible. We will then investigate the matter. Where we have failed to perform or have incorrectly performed a Payment Service we will without undue delay make good and correct the error and deliver the amount of the funds which are the subject matter of that unperformed or incorrectly performed Payment Service to the Beneficiary Account but the Client Will not be entitled to any such remedy if: 10.7.1 The Client does not inform us by notice in writing without undue delay on the Client becoming aware that we had failed to perform or have incorrectly performed a Payment Service; or 10.7.2 We are able to show that the authorised amount was received at the appropriate time by the person to whom the Client instructed us to send the funds; or 10.7.3 If the failure to perform or incorrect performance was due to the Client providing us with incomplete or incorrect information or was otherwise due to the Clients fault. We will have no liability to you for failure to perform or the incorrect performance of a Payment Service where the reason for this was our refusal to proceed with that Payment Service or any part of it. 10.8 If we contravene any requirements imposed on us under Part 6 of the Regulations then we will not be liable to the Client where this is due to abnormal and unforeseeable consequences beyond Cambridge control, the consequences of which would have been unavoidable despite all efforts by us to the contrary or where this is due to legal obligations imposed on us under provisions of EU or national law. 10.9 The date of receipt of a payment order for the purposes of the Regulations will be the date when you have complied with its Obligations with respect to the Payment Service or the date you have instructed us to perform the Payment Service whichever is the later provided that if any such date falls on a day which is not a Business Day then the date of receipt of a Payment Order for the purposes of the Regulations will be the next following Business day. 10.10 Our total liability to a Client in connection with a Payment Service is limited to the full amount of the funds which are the subject matter of that Payment Service together with any charges for which the Client may be responsible and any interest which the Client May be required to pay as a consequence of any non-performance or incorrect performance by us of the Payment Service. 10.11 If we contravene any requirements imposed on us under Part 6 of the Regulations (which sets out certain obligations on us aas payment service provider, including relating to unauthorised, unperformed and incorrectly performed Payment Service),

we will not be liable to the Client where this is due to abnormal and unforeseeable consequences beyond our control, the consequences of which would have been unavoidable despite all efforts by us to the contrary or where this is due to other obligations imposed on us under other provisions of EU or national law. 10.12 If the Client asks us to provide them with any information or materials which we are not required to provide under the Regulations, we may ask the Client to pay us a fee to cover our costs of providing them to the Client. If the Client does ask us to do this, then we will advise the Client of any fee that may apply. 11. SAFEGUARDING CLIENT MONEY 11.1 Funds received by us from you prior to such funds being applied by us for the payment of a Premium, Margin Deposit and/or Margin Amount or otherwise applied by us for discharge of the Obligations will be held in an E Account. You hereby authorise us to apply funds held in an E Account for the making of such payments and the discharge of the Obligations whereupon such funds will cease to be classified as Client Money and will not be subject to the safeguarding requirements under Regulations. 11.2 Any money due to you on settlement of a FX Deal will be also held in an E Account prior to being transferred to your Beneficiary Account and will also be classified as Client Money and will be subject to the safeguarding requirements under Regulations. 11.3 For the avoidance of doubt any money which we hold for you in an E Account which is classified as Client Money will be held as Client Money in accordance with the safeguarding requirements under the Regulations. 11.4 Subject to the Regulations you agree and acknowledge that we may 11.4.1 transfer Client Money to a third party to hold or control for the purposes of an FX Deal on with or through the relevant third party or to meet the Client’s obligation to provide collateral for an FX Deal 11.4.2 segregate your Client Money in a different Currency than that of receipt from you 11.4.3 may deposit your Client Money with credit instructions outside of the United Kingdom and that in such case, additional and/or different settlement, legal or regulatory requirements may apply 11.4.4 may make deductions from and take sums directly from the Client Money held on your behalf to settle any Counterparty charges or to settle any legal liability we may have arising from the Services (for example, any taxes or other charges which may apply in a foreign jurisdiction) in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. 11.5 No interest will be paid to you on any funds held by us. 12. DEFAULT AND REALISATION OF CLIENT’S ASSETS 12.1 The occurrence of any of the following events shall constitute an event of default (“Event of Default”): 12.1.1 You fail to comply fully and immediately with any Obligation to make any payment when due to, or required by, us (including any Obligation to pay any Premium, Margin Deposit or Margin Amount (or variation thereof); 12.1.2 You default on any other Obligation owed to us (including any transaction governed by this Agreement); 12.1.3 You commit a material breach of this Agreement and, if the breach is capable of being remedied, fail to remedy such breach within 7 Business Days of notice from us; 12.1.4 Any representation or warranty made by you was or has become or subsequently would if repeated at any time be incorrect or misleading; 12.1.5 We, acting in our absolute discretion, determine that there is or has been an adverse change in the creditworthiness of any party providing a guarantee and/or indemnity in respect of your obligations under this Agreement; 12.1.6 You commence a voluntary case or other procedure seeking or proposing administration, liquidation, reorganisation, an arrangement or composition, a freeze or moratorium, or other similar relief with respect to yourself or to your debts under any bankruptcy, insolvency, regulatory, supervisory or similar law, or seek the appointment of trustee in bankruptcy, receiver, liquidator, administrator or other similar official (each an “Insolvency Official”) of yourself or any part of your undertaking or assets; or take any corporate action to authorise any of the foregoing; and, in the case of a reorganisation, arrangement or composition, we do not consent to the proposals; 12.1.7 You die, become incapacitated or of unsound mind, are unable to pay your debts as they fall due (or where you are the trustee of a trust you are unable to pay your debts incurred in that capacity out of the assets of the trust), or you are bankrupt or insolvent as defined under any bankruptcy or insolvency law applicable to you; or any of your indebtedness is not paid on the due date therefor or becomes capable at any time of being declared, due and payable under agreements or instruments evidencing such indebtedness before it would otherwise have been due and payable, or proceedings are commenced for any execution, any attachment or garnishment, or any distress against, or an encumbrancer takes possession of, the whole or any part of your property, undertaking or assets; or 12.1.8 At any time due to market fluctuations or for any other reason we shall in good faith but otherwise in our absolute discretion consider it necessary for our own protection to treat the relevant circumstances as an Event of Default.

12.2 Upon or at any time following an Event of Default we may immediately without further notice to you and without prejudice to any other rights hereunder or under any transaction, contract or law, take any and all actions that we consider to be necessary or desirable in the circumstances, including, but not limited to the following: 12.2.1 Treat any or all transactions then outstanding under this Agreement or any other agreement between us as having been repudiated by you and such repudiation as having been accepted by us, whereupon our obligations under such transactions will thereupon be cancelled and terminated; and/or 12.2.2 Liquidate, sell, close out, replace, reverse, hedge or off-set all or any transactions, buy, borrow or lend, or enter into any other transaction or take, or refrain from taking, such other action at such time or times and in such manner as, at our sole discretion,w e consider necessary or appropriate to cover, reduce or eliminate your loss under or in respect of any of your transactions or other commitments or Obligations; and/or 12.2.3 Sell, charge, deposit, deal with or otherwise dispose of any cash, securities, margin or Assets upon such terms as we may in our absolute discretion think fit without being responsible for any loss or diminution in price in order to realise funds sufficient to cover the Obligations and apply such proceeds in or towards satisfaction of the Obligations in such order and generally in such manner as we may, in our sole and absolute discretion, determine. 12.3 You will at all times remain liable for the payment of any and all outstanding Obligations and if the proceeds realised by us are insufficient for the discharge of all such Obligations, you will promptly pay on demand the deficit and all unpaid liabilities together with interest at a rate of interest of Bank Of England Bank Rate plus 2%. 13. CLIENT’S WARRANTIES 13.1 You hereby represent and warrant (which representations and warranties shall be deemed to be repeated by you on each date on which a transaction is entered into under this Agreement) that: 13.1.1 You and each Authorised Representative has full power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement, each transaction and any other documentation relating thereto, and to perform your obligations under this Agreement and each transaction and have taken all necessary action to authorise such execution, delivery and performance; 13.1.2 Any such execution, delivery and performance will not violate or conflict with any law, rule or regulation applicable to you, any provision of your constitutional documents or any charge, trust deed, contract or other instrument or any contractual restrictions applicable to, binding on or affecting you or any of your Assets or oblige you to create any lien, security interest or encumbrance; 13.1.3 All governmental, regulatory and other consents that are required to have been obtained by you in relation to this Agreement Have been so obtained and are in full force and effect and all conditions of any such consents have been complied with; 13.1.4 Your obligations under this Agreement constitute your legal, valid and binding obligations, enforceable in accordance with their respective terms; 13.1.5 You will comply with all laws, rules, regulations and disclosure requirements of any relevant jurisdiction, exchange, market or regulatory authority which apply in respect of us or you from time to time; 13.1.6 You will promptly give (or procure to be given) to us information and assistance as we may reasonably require to enable us to assist or achieve compliance with any of the our obligations in relation to the E-Account and/or the Obligations and/or the Assets and/or the Services; 13.1.7 You have the capacity to evaluate and understand the terms, conditions and risks of each transaction entered into hereunder and you are willing and able to accept those terms and conditions and to assume (financially and otherwise) those risks; 13.1.8 You are acting as principal in entering into this Agreement and each transaction hereunder; 13.1.9 Where an Event of Default occurs you will give us notice as soona s you become aware of such occurrence; 13.1.10 You are the beneficial owner, or where you are a trustee, the legal owner, of all of the Assets and in cases have the power to deal with all of the Assets as if you were the beneficial owner; and 13.1.11 You will not pay to or provide us with any Assets which are subject to any security or lien other than the lien created in our favour under clause 21.1 and will not charge, assign or otherwise dispose of or create any interest in any of your rights or interest in any transaction or in any sum or other payment or Assets held by us on your behalf.

14. LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY 14.1 To the extent permitted by the Regulations or otherwise by Applicable Laws, we will not be liable ofr any costs, losses, damages, liabilities or expenses suffered or incurred by you in connection with the Services unless and to the extent that such costs, losses, damages, liabilities or expenses arise directly from our negligence, willful default or fraud, any material breach by us of the terms and conditions of this Agreement or any breach of any of our duties or obligations under the Regulations. 14.2 You will pay us on demand all commissions and other charges due to us, including Premiums, such sums as we may at any time require in or towards satisfaction of any Obligations including without limitation the amount of any trading loss that may result from any transaction hereunder, interest and service charges (if any) due to us and our reasonable costs and legal fees incurred in collecting any such amounts. Except as stated elsewhere in this Agreement, all payments shall be made by you within 24 hours of demand and in cleared funds in such Currency and tos uch bank as we may from time to time specify. 14.3 To the extent permitted by law, you agree to indemnify and hold us, our employees, officers, directors and Associates harmless from any damages, losses, costs, liabilities and expenses incurred by us or arising in connection with the Services, any Deal Order given by you or our reasonable actions in response to receiving an Deal Order from you or the proper performance of our rights and duties under this Agreement, unless such damages, losses, costs, liabilities or expenses are caused by our gross negligence, willful default or fraud, any material breach by us of the terms and conditions of this Agreement or any breach of any of our duties or obligations under the Regulations. 14.4 It is your responsibility to regularly check the proper functionality of email accounts and other reasonable methods of our sending communications to you to ensure that messages by us are retrieved and read promptly and to ensure that accurate and complete instructions are provided to us together with any additional information that we request which is required by Applicable Laws. We shall not be liable for any loss arising out of a failure to do this 15. TERMINATION 15.1 You may terminate this Agreement at any time by written notice us to take effect immediately or on such date as may be specified in such notice. We may terminate this Agreement by giving you two months written notice in respect of Services under this Agreement comprising Payment Services and in all other cases by giving you such notice as may be specified in such notice as we shall give to you. 15.2 Termination of this Agreement shall be: 15.2.1 Without prejudice to the completion of any transaction or transactions already initiated and any transaction or all transactions outstanding at the time of termination will be settled and delivery made in accordance with clause 8; 15.2.2 Without prejudice to and shall not affect any accrued rights, or outstanding Obligations or any contractual provision intended to survive termination (including without limitation rights existing in our favour on an Event of Default and any indemnity in our favour); and 15.2.3 Without penalty or other additional payment save that you will pay: (a) Any outstanding Premium, Settlement Amount, Margin Amount or Margin Deposit and any of our outstanding fees and charges; (b) Any expenses incurred by us in the provision of the Services or under this Agreement payable by you; (c) Any additional expenses incurred by us in terminating this Agreement; and (d) Any losses necessarily realised in settling or closing out outstanding Obligations. 16. CONFIDENTIALITY 16.1 We shall be under no duty to disclose to you or in making any decision or taking any action in connection with the provision of the Services to take into account any information or other matters which come to our notice or the notice of any of our employees, directors, agents or Associates where: 16.1.1 This would or we reasonably believe that it would be a breach of any duty of confidentiality we may owe to any other person; or 16.1.2 This comes to the notice of an employee, officer or agent of ours, but does not come to the actual notice of the account executive or other individual providing you with the Service in question. 16.2 You will at all times keep confidential any information of a confidential nature relating to us acquired by you in connection with this Agreement or the services, except for information which you are bound to disclose by law or by request of regulatory agencies or to their professional advisers. 16.3 We will act as data controller (and in certain circumstances, data processor) within the meaning of the Data Protection Act 1998 (the“ Data Protection Act”). You hereby consent to the processing and use by us and our agents and Associates of personal data (as defined in the Data Protection Act) given by you under this Agreement for the provision of the Services, which may include the transfer of such data out of the European Economic Area (as defined in the Data Protection Act). Such data may also be used by us and our agents and Associates to update customer records and to advise you of other products and services unless you have indicated otherwise in the Application Form. 17. DELEGATION AND USE OF AGENTS 17.1 We may delegate any of our functions in respect of the Services to an Associate of ours and provide information about you and the Services to any

such Associate on such terms as we may determine without your further consent but our liability to you for all matters so delegated shall not be affected thereby. We will act in good faith and with due diligence in our choice and use of such agents. 17.2 We are a wholly owned subsidiary of Cambridge Mercantile Corporation which acts as provider of services to us. These services include but may not be limited to: • the provision of credit for the purposes of FX Deal dealing; • third party onward settlement payments; • the provision of anti-money laundering client screenings services. 18. FORCE MAJEURE Whilst we will endeavour to comply with our obligations in a timely manner we will incur no liability whatsoever for any partial or non-performance of our obligations by reason of any cause beyond our reasonable control including but not limited to a Force Majeure Event and we shall not be held liable for any loss you may incur as a result thereof 19. ASSIGNMENT AND THIRD PARTY RIGHTS 19.1 This Agreement is personal to you and shall not be capable of assignment by you or of being transferred by you. We may, on giving one month’s notice to you, appoint any appropriate Associate to provide the Services in our place and shall then transfer to such appointee all of our rights and obligations under this Agreement. 19.2 A person who is nota party to this Agreement may not enforce any of its terms under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 but this does not affect any right or remedy of a third party which exists or is available other than under such Act. 20. NOTICES, DEAL ORDERS AND OTHER COMMUNICATIONS 20.1 Without prejudice to the provisions of clause 5 relating to the giving of Deal Orders by telephone, any notification given to us under this Agreement shall be in writing and sent to our principal place of business or such other address as may be notified by us to you and such notice to us shall take effect upon its actual receipt by us. 20.2 All written communications by us to you under this Agreement may be sent to the last postal address, fax number or e-mail address notified to us by you. 20.3 We may record telephone conversations with you without the use of a warning tone, and may use the recordings as evidence in the event of a dispute. 21. GENERAL 21.1 You agree that records maintained by us of E Accounts and any other accounts and transactions and dealings will in the absence of manifest error be conclusive evidence of the amount of any Assets and Obligations. 21.2 Unless otherwise agreed between us, this Agreement supersedes any previous agreement between you and us relating to the subject matter of this Agreement. 21.3 You shall execute all deeds or documents (including any power of attorney) and do all such other things that may be required from time to time for the purpose of giving effect to this Agreement and the transactions contemplated hereby. 21.4 You understand and agree that we, at our sole discretion, may disclose any transaction-related information in order to satisfy our legal obligations under Applicable Laws including, but not limited to, anti-money launderings laws or the Regulations, or as may otherwise be required by law or court order. Furthermore, such disclosure may be made to any governmental agency, body or department that exercises regulatory or supervisory authority with respect to our business, where such disclosure is made to satisfy routine governmental audit or examination requirements or as part of informational submissions required to be made to such governmental entities in the ordinary course of business. Upon request, you agree to provide any additional information that we may reasonably need to satisfy our obligations including but not limited to regulatory requirements in jurisdictions to which the Currencies apply and anti-money laundering and requests for credit. 21.5 You acknowledge and agree that in entering into this Agreement, and the documents referred to in it, you do not rely on, and shall have no remedy in respect of, any statement, representation, warranty or understanding (whether negligently or innocently made) of any person (whether party to this Agreement or not) other than as expressly set out in this Agreement. 21.6 We may amend this Agreement by giving you 2 months written or by a shorter period of notice where such amendment is required to comply with changes to the Applicable Laws and any such amendment shall be binding on you in respect of all Deal Orders subsequently received after such date. You may terminate this Agreement without charge (other than in relation to existing transactions) before the amendments take effect otherwise we will assume you have accepted the amendments following the expiry of such 60 day period or such shorter period of notice. Any amendment shall not be retrospective or affect any rights or obligations that may already exist in respect of any existing transaction. No other variation of this Agreement will be valid unless in writing signed on our behalf and by you. Any amendment proposed by you shall take effect when accepted in writing by us. 21.7 Nothing in this Agreement (or any of the arrangements contemplated hereby) shall be deemed to create a partnership or joint venture relationship between the parties. 21.8 No failure to exercise or delay in exercising any right or remedy under this Agreement shall constitute a waiver thereof and no single or partial exercise of any right or remedy under this Agreement shall preclude or restrict any further exercise of such right or remedy. The rights and remedies contained in this

Agreement are cumulative and not exclusive of any rights and remedies provided by law. 21.9 You agree to pay any amount payable in respect of any transaction executed with or through us on the due date regardless of any right of equity, set-off or counterclaim which you may have or allege against any of us or any Associate of ours or other person connected with us. 21.10 If any term or provision in this Agreement shall in whole or in part be held to any extent to be illegal or unenforceable under any enactment or rule of law, that term or provision or part shall to that extent be deemed not to form part of this Agreement and the enforceability of the remainder of this Agreement shall not be affected thereby. 21.11 The Agreement is written in the English language which shall be the language of the Agreement. All communications between us shall be made in the English language. The Agreement anda ny dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales. You irrevocably agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of or in connection with the Agreement or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims). 22. COMPLAINTS AND COMPENSATION SCHEME All formal complaints should in the first instance be made in writing to us for the attention of the Compliance Officer, Cambridge Mercantile Corp. (UK) Limited, 71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BS.Complaints will be dealt with in accordance with FCA requirements and a copy of our complaints handling procedure is available on request and will otherwise be provided to you in accordance with FCA requirements. In addition, if you are still dissatisfied following our response to any complaint and if you are a qualifying complainant and your complaint concerns a Payment Service you have the right to a refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service Exchange Tower, London, E14 9SR. If you would like further details of our complaints policy relating to Payment Services please contact our Compliance Officer At Cambridge Mercantile Corp. (UK) Limited, 71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BS.

Buytasker Shipping and Delivery Terms

All and any business undertaken by the Company shall be subject to the terms and conditions of this contract which are as follows:

Definitions

  1. “Company” shall mean Buytasker LTD its employees, servants, agents, subsidiaries and/or associated entities.

“Customer” shall mean the shipper (consignor), the receiver (consignee), the owner of the Goods, the bailor of the Goods or the person for whom any of the Services are performed. “Goods” shall mean the chattels, articles or things tendered for carriage or bailment or other services by the Customer and shall include the container or containers, unit load devices or other packaging containing the same and any other pallet or pallets delivered with the same to the Company or Subcontractor.

“Services” shall mean the storage/warehousing, carriage, transport, movement, handling, and/or any other service performed or arranged by the Company pursuant to, or ancillary to, this contract with the Customer.

“Dangerous goods” shall mean such of the Goods as shall be, or become, in fact or at law noxious, dangerous, hazardous, explosive, radioactive, inflammable or capable by their nature of causing damage or injury to other goods or to any person or animals or to any thing in which those goods are carried, handled or stored.

“Valuables” shall mean bullion, coins, precious stones,  jewellery, antiques, or works of art.

“Perishable goods” shall mean such of the Goods as shall be in fact or law liable to deteriorate in quality and/or value and shall include, but not be limited to, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, meat, etc.

“Subcontractor” shall mean and include:-

  1. Any person, firm or company with whom the Company may arrange to effect any Service in respect of the Goods which are the subject of this contract.
  2. Any person, firm or company which is now or hereafter a servant, agent, employee or independent contractor of any of the persons or entities referred to in (i) above.
  3. Any other person, firm or company (other than the Company) by whom the Services or any part thereof are arranged, performed or undertaken.

Words importing the singular include the plural and vice versa and words importing any gender include all genders and words importing a person include firm and corporation where appropriate.

Not a Common Carrier

  1. The Company is not a common carrier and accepts no liability as such. Services are arranged or performed by the Company subject only to these conditions of contract which constitute the entire agreement between the Company and the Customer. No person has the authority of the Company to waive or vary these conditions and the Company reserves the right to refuse at its sole discretion the carriage of the Goods for any customer or any other Service whether before or after the carriage or Service has commenced and further reserves the right to open and inspect all Goods at its discretion and at the Customer’s expense.

Agency/Subcontracting/Subbailment

  1. Subject to and in accordance with the terms and conditions and instructions contained in this contract, the Company agrees and the Customer hereby employs and authorises the Company, as agent of the Customer to contract either in its own name or in the Customer’s name with any Subcontractor, and employs and authorizes any Subcontractor

to subcontract with any other Subcontractor, for the performance of any Service to be performed or arranged by the Company pursuant to, or ancillary to, this contract. Any such contract may be made on any terms of contract whatsoever used by  the Subcontractor with whom the Company or Subcontractor may contract for such Service(s) including in every case terms which may limit or exclude liability in respect of the Service and any term whereby the Subcontractor may employ any person, firm or company for performance of the Service.

Prevention of Suit/Circular Indemnity and Himalaya

  1. The Customer undertakes that no claim or allegation shall be made against any Subcontractor (other than the Company) or other party who may be vicariously liable for the acts or omissions of such Subcontractor which imposes or attempts to impose upon any such party any liability whatsoever in connection with the Goods whether or not arising out of negligence on the part of such party and if any such claim or allegation should nevertheless be made to indemnify the Company against all consequences thereof. Without prejudice to the foregoing, every such party shall have the benefit of all provisions herein benefiting the Company as if such provisions were expressly for its benefit, and in entering into this contract, the Company, to the extent of these provisions, does so not only on its own behalf, but also as agent and trustee for such parties.

Warranties by the Customer

  1. The Customer warrants:

  1. that it is the owner of the Goods or otherwise has the authority of the owner or person having an interest in the Goods or any part thereof to sign the Company’s Letter of Instruction and consign the goods upon and subject to these conditions. Without prejudice to the foregoing warranty, the Customer undertakes to indemnify the Company in respect of any liability whatsoever or howsoever caused in respect of the Goods to any person who claims to have, has or may acquire an interest in the Goods or any part thereof.

  1. that the person releasing or delivering the Goods to the Company is authorised to sign the Company’s Letter of Instruction or other contractual document and accept these conditions on the Customer’s behalf.

  1. the accuracy of all markings and brandings of the Goods, descriptions, values and other particulars furnished to the Company for the carriage, customs, consular and any other purposes and undertakes to indemnify the Company against all loss, damage, expenses and fines arising from any inaccuracy or omission in this respect.

  1. that the performance of any Service provided or arranged by the Company to effect the instructions of the Customer in respect of the Goods shall not be in breach of any law.

Exclusion and Limitation of Liability

  1. (a) Subject to the terms and conditions in this contract, the Company shall not be liable  for any loss or damage suffered by the Customer or any other person, howsoever caused or arising, whether:

  1. an authorized or unauthorized act OR contemplated or uncontemplated act under this contract;

  1. caused by the negligence and/or recklessness and/or wilful misconduct of the Company’s servants, agents, employees, subcontractors or otherwise;

  1. resulting from, or attributable to, any quotation, statement, representation or information, oral or written, made or given on behalf of the Company or its servants, agents, employees or subcontractors as to the classification of, liability for, amount, scale or rate of customs duty, excise duty or other impost or tax applicable to any goods subject of any Service.

  1. No declaration will be made for the purpose of extending liability and the Goods  will be forwarded or dealt with at the Customer’s or owner’s risk unless express written instructions to the contrary are given by the Customer and accepted in writing by the Company.

  1. In all cases where liability has not been, or cannot be, excluded by this agreement because of mandatory applicable statute, convention or law, the liability of the Company is limited to the lesser of AUD$100.00 or the value of the Goods the subject of the agreement at the time the Goods were received by the Company.

  1. In all cases, where liability cannot be excluded or limited by this agreement, the liability of the Company for breach of any condition or warranty in respect of the goods or services is limited to any one or more of the following as determined by  the Company at is absolute discretion:-

  1. in the case of services:

  1. the supply of services again; or
  2. the payment of the cost of having the services supplied again.

  1. in the case of goods as defined by the Trade Practices Act (Cth) 1974 and not as defined in these terms and conditions:

  1. the repair of the goods;
  2. the payment of the costs of having the goods repaired;
  3. the replacement of the goods or supply of equivalent goods;
  4. the payment of the cost of replacing the goods or acquiring equivalent goods.

  1. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Company shall in no circumstances be liable for direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage arising from the Services performed in respect of the Goods including loss of market, loss  of profit or loss of contracts howsoever caused. The defences and limits provided  for in these conditions shall apply in any action against the Company for loss or damage whether the action be found in contract, tort or otherwise.

  1. Further without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Company shall not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by the Customer or any other person as a result of a failure or inability of the Company or Subcontractor to collect or receive

C.O.D. payments from any consignees or their agents whether caused by the negligence of the Company’s servants, agents, employees, Subcontractors or otherwise.

  1. It is hereby agreed between the Customer and the Company that the Customer’s right to compensation for any claim for loss or damage will only be maintained provided the following is strictly adhered to:

  1. Any claim for damage to Goods must be lodged in writing to the Company within 7 days of delivery of the Goods or the date Services are completed, whichever date occurs first;

  1. Any claim for loss/non-delivery of Goods must be notified in writing to the Company within 60 days from the date the Goods should have been  delivered or the Services should have been completed, whichever date occurs first;

  1. Any right to any legal remedy against the Company shall be extinguished unless legal proceedings are brought against the Company in the state of Victoria and not otherwise within 9 months from the date of this contract or the date the Services were completed or Goods delivered, or the date the Services should have been completed or the Goods should have been delivered, whichever date occurs first.

  1. It is specifically agreed that all rights, immunities and limitations of liability granted to the Company by the provisions set forth in this contract shall continue to have their full force and effect in all circumstances and notwithstanding any breach of the contract or any condition hereof by the Company.

Loading and Unloading on and from Transportation Vehicle

  1. (a)        The Customer shall be responsible for the cost of, and arranging for, the loading and unloading of the Goods on and from the relevant transportation vehicle.

  1. In the event that there is a delay in the loading or unloading of the Goods by reason other than the default of the Company, the Customer shall be liable for the Company’s expenses incurred by reason of the delay, including demurrage costs as notified by the Company orally or in writing from time to time or available upon request.

  1. The Customer shall provide adequate and suitable facilities and equipment for loading and unloading the Goods from the relevant transportation vehicle. The Customer also warrants that the Goods will be suitable for carriage in such vehicle.

  1. The Customer has the right to inspect the transportation vehicle before the loading  of the Goods. Absent any inspection or complaint, the transportation vehicle will be deemed to be in adequate and suitable condition for the carriage of the Goods. Thereafter, the Customer shall have no rights against the Company with respect to the condition of the vehicle and the Company will have no liability in respect of any loss or damage caused by the inadequate or unsound condition of the vehicle.

Warehousing

  1. The Goods may at any time be warehoused or otherwise held at any place or at any time be removed from any place at which they may be warehoused or otherwise held to any other place to be warehoused or otherwise held at the sole discretion of the Company. In every case, whether warehousing is incidental or the primary Service provided by the Company, it will be provided at the Customer’s risk and expense as a primary charge(s) or a charge(s) incidental to or in connection with the carriage of the Goods or any Service hereunder.

Customer’s Indemnity

  1. (a)        The Customer shall indemnify the Company in respect of any claim, loss, damage, payment, fine, expense, duty, tax, impost or other outlay whatsoever or howsoever

caused, whether arising directly or indirectly from any Service arranged or performed by the Company in respect of Goods and/or in respect of any such cost incurred as a result of any breach of the terms, conditions or warranties in this contract by the Customer.

  1. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Customer shall remain responsible to the Company for all charges (C.O.D. or otherwise) paid by the Company to any of its agents, Subcontractors or any other party or authority.

  1. The Customer shall indemnify the Company in respect of any loss or damage arising from any inherent defect, quality or vice of the Goods.

Insurance

  1. The Customer should seek its own insurance cover. No insurance will be effected by the Company on the customer’s behalf except on express instructions in writing by the Customer and only if the Company is licensed to do so pursuant to applicable Australian regulations. Any such insurance so effected will be subject to the usual exceptions and conditions of policies of the insurance company or underwriters taking the risk. The Company shall not be under any obligation to effect separate insurance on each consignment but may declare it on any general policy. Should such insurers dispute liability for any reason, the Customer as the insured shall have no recourse against the Company whatsoever and any recourse by the Customer shall be against the insurer.

Quotations

  1. Quotations for the Services are made on an immediate acceptance basis and are subject to withdrawal or revision without notice at the Company’s discretion.

Routes and Procedures

  1. If the Company is instructed by the Customer and agrees to use a particular method or mode of transport and/or Service, the Company shall give due consideration to the method or mode designated but shall at all times have the right to choose or vary such method or mode of transport and/or Service or route and procedure to be followed in respect of the Service performed. The Customer hereby authorises the Company to substitute alternate carriers or other Service providers without notice to the Customer.

Payment of Expenses/duties

  1. The Customer authorises the Company, but with no obligation on the part of the Company, to pay any duties, taxes, imposts, outlays or charges at any port or place in respect of the Goods and the Customer shall be liable for the reimbursement of such disbursements and for payment of any fine, expense, loss or damage incurred by the Company in connection therewith.

Responsibility for Fees/Charges

  1. (a) The Customer shall pay the Company for all fees rendered and any charges it incurs  for any reason in respect of the Services performed. This includes the payment of fees/charges which the Company is advised or agrees will be paid by a third party which then fails to so pay. Such fees/charges shall be deemed fully earned as soon as the Goods are loaded and dispatched from the Customer’s premises or otherwise delivered by the Customer to the Company and shall be immediately payable and non- refundable.

(b) The Customer agrees that it shall not defer or withhold payment or deduct any amount from the account of the Company by reason of any claim it alleges against the Company.

Lien

  1. The Company shall have a particular and general lien on the Goods of the Customer and any documents relating thereto and on any other Goods of the Customer which are in, or may come into, the possession of the Company or any documents relating thereto for all sums payable by the Customer to the Company. Where the debt remains unsatisfied for a period of 7 (seven) days from the date which the Company gives notice of the exercise of lien to the Customer (or owner), the Company shall have the right to sell any such Goods or documents by public auction or private treaty without further notice to the Customer without being liable to any person for any loss or damage thereby caused. The Company may apply any such proceeds realised from such sale toward satisfaction of any funds owing and all proper charges and expenses in relation to the exercise of the lien and the sale of the Goods. The Company shall remit any surplus proceeds to the Customer.

Valuables, Dangerous goods, Perishable goods, Livestock, etc.

  1. (a) (i) Except as agreed in writing, the Company will not accept Valuables, Dangerous goods, Perishable goods, livestock or plants for Services arranged or performed by the Company. Should the Customer nevertheless deliver any such goods to the Company or cause the Company to handle or deal with any such goods otherwise than as agreed in writing, the Customer shall be liable for any loss or damage thereto or consequent thereon whether direct, indirect or consequential and howsoever caused and the Customer shall indemnify the Company from and against all penalties, taxes, duties, claims, demands, damages, costs and expenses arising in connection therewith.

(ii) Any such goods may be destroyed in the sole and absolute discretion of the Company or any other person in whose custody they may be at the relevant time.  If such goods are accepted pursuant to a written agreement, they may nevertheless be destroyed or dealt with if deemed necessary in the sole and absolute discretion of the Company or any other person in whose custody they may be at the relevant time. In the event that the goods are destroyed or otherwise dealt with  as  aforesaid, the Company shall bear no liability therefore and the Customer shall indemnify the Company from and against all costs and expenses with respect thereto.

  1. The Customer undertakes that any of the goods referred to in (a)  above  (including their covering, packaging, containers and other devices they are carried in) shall be distinctly marked having regard to their nature. The Customer further undertakes that the Goods are packed in a manner adequate to withstand the ordinary risks of any Service having regard to their nature and in compliance with all laws and regulations which may be applicable with respect to any Service. The Customer shall indemnify the Company against all claims, losses, damages or expenses arising in consequence  of any breach of this provision.

  1. The Customer’s compliance with (b) above in no way reduces or limits those rights afforded to the Company under (a) of this clause.

Delivery

  1. (a) The company is authorised to deliver the Goods to the consignee or its agent at the address nominated to the Company by either the Customer, the consignor, the consignee or their agents and it is expressly agreed that the Carrier shall be deemed to have delivered the Goods in accordance with this contract if it obtains a receipt, signed delivery docket for the Goods or signature on its consignment note from any person at that address.

  1. If the nominated place of delivery shall be unattended or if delivery cannot otherwise be effected, the Company in its sole discretion may at its option either deposit the Goods at the nominated place or store the Goods at the risk and expense of the Customer, both of which will be deemed to be delivery of the Goods under this Contract.

  1. Dates specified for completion of carriage or any other Service are estimates only and the Company shall not be liable for failure to complete carriage or any other Service on such date or dates.

Sale and Disposal of Goods

  1. The Company and its Subcontractors shall be entitled at the cost and expense of the Customer, subject to any compliance with any applicable law, to sell or dispose of:

  1. Goods which in the opinion of the Company or Subcontractor cannot be delivered by reason of the Goods being insufficiently or incorrectly addressed or by reason of the Goods not being collected or accepted by the Consignee or for any other reason, and

  1. any Perishable goods which in the opinion of the Company or the Subcontractor appear to be deteriorating, if the Customer fails to adequately instruct the Company with respect thereto or fails to pay any costs and expenses necessary to implement the Customer’s instructions.

Regulation Compliance

  1. The Customer shall comply with all applicable laws and Government  regulations including those relating to the packing, carriage, storage, customs clearance, delivery or other Services in respect of the Goods, and shall furnish such information and provide such documents as may be necessary to comply with such laws and regulations. The Company shall not be liable to the Customer for loss or expense due to the Customer’s failure to comply with this provision.

Law and Jurisdiction

  1. Any dispute arising under this Contract shall be governed by the laws of Victoria and  shall be determined exclusively by the courts of Victoria or by the court of the Company’s choice.

Representations

  1. By signing the letter of instruction or otherwise accepting these conditions, the Customer agrees that it did not rely on any representation, promise, warranty or condition of the Company or its Subcontractor not expressly made (in writing) part of this contract.

Severance & Waiver

  1. It is hereby agreed that if any provision or part of any provision of this contract is unenforceable, such unenforceability shall not affect any other part of such provision or any other provision hereof. Further, should the Company elect not to exercise any of its rights under this contract, under any other contract/agreement or under law, such election shall not constitute a waiver of any rights relating to any other or subsequent breach by  the Customer.

Customer’s Own Form

  1. The use of the Customer’s own form is no derogation to these conditions of contract.

Trade Practices

  1. (a) Any relief from liability contained in this agreement is to be read subject to any restriction on contracting out of liability provided in any legislation binding on the Company so that the provisions for relief contained in this agreement are limited or rendered ineffective only to the extent required to give effect to that legislation but are otherwise fully effective and all the provisions hereof are severable and effective independently of any provisions which are null and void or ineffective by reason of any legislation.

  1. Unless written notification to the contrary is given by the Customer to the Company  at or prior to entering into this agreement, the Customer expressly warrants and represents that all or any Services to be supplied by the Company and acquired by the Customer pursuant to this agreement are so supplied and acquired for the purposes of a business, trade, profession or occupation carried on or engaged in by the Customer.

  1. If the carriage of Goods involves an ultimate destination or stop in a country other than the country of departure, the Warsaw Convention (1929) or the Warsaw Convention as Amended at the Hague (1955) (and Warsaw supplementary protocols such as the “Guadalajara Convention”, Protocol of Montreal No. 4 and/or the Montreal Convention) may be applicable and may govern and in most cases limit the liability of the Carrier in respect of loss, damage or delay to cargo, unless a higher value is declared in advance by the Customer and a supplementary charge paid if required.

Force Majeure

  1. Where the Company is unable to carry out any obligation under the contract due to any circumstance, matter or thing beyond its reasonable control (“force majeure”), the Company shall be excused from such obligations to the extent of such prevention, restriction or interference so caused.