1 Supply of Goods
(a) The Supplier must supply the Goods to beyondblue in accordance with the Specification and otherwise in accordance with these Conditions.
(b) The Supplier must deliver the Goods to the Delivery Address by the date (and where applicable, time) specified in the Purchase Order. Delivery will not be taken to have occurred until delivery is acknowledged in writing by beyondblue.
(c) If delivery of the Goods (or any part thereof) is likely to be delayed, the Supplier shall immediately give written notice to beyondblue specifying all causes of such delay and a probable date for delivery. If beyondblue is of the opinion that the delay is likely to substantially affect any obligations of beyondblue to any third party, beyondblue may, in its absolute discretion, cancel any part of any Purchase Order, without liability and without prejudice to any rights it has against the Supplier.
The Price is fixed and includes all packaging, transport, insurance, loading, unloading, storage and any other costs incurred by the Supplier.
Unless otherwise expressly stated, the Price and any other sums payable or consideration to be provided under or in accordance with the Purchase Order or these Conditions are exclusive of GST (as defined under the GST Act).
4 Acceptance or rejection of Goods
(a) If the Goods conform with the Specification, beyondblue
will promptly accept the Goods in writing. If the Goods do not conform, beyondblue
may reject the Goods within 10 business days of delivery by written notice giving reasons. If beyondblue
does not accept or reject the Goods within 10 business days of delivery, delivery will be deemed to have then occurred.
(b) The Supplier must at its own cost collect and remove any Goods that have been rejected as soon as practicable or beyondblue
may return the Goods to the Supplier at the Supplier’s expense.
may cancel the Purchase Order at any time by giving written notice to the Supplier who must, on receipt, immediately cease supplying the Goods and take appropriate action to mitigate any loss or prevent further costs being incurred with respect to the supply of Goods.
will pay all reasonable amounts due in accordance with clause 2 for Goods supplied up until the date of cancellation (but not any loss of prospective profits).
6 Invoicing and payment
(a) The Supplier must submit to beyondblue
a tax invoice in respect of the Goods once they are delivered (or at any time agreed in the Purchase Order). A tax invoice submitted for payment must contain the information necessary to be a tax invoice for the purposes of the GST Act, together with such other information as beyondblue
may reasonably require. Invoices must be sent to the address specified in the Purchase Order.
will pay the invoiced amount within 30 days of receipt of a compliant invoice. If beyondblue
disputes the invoiced amount, it will pay the undisputed amount (if any) and notify the Supplier of the dispute. The parties will endeavour to resolve any such dispute as expediently as possible.
(c) No interest will be payable by beyondblue
in respect of any invoice rendered which remains due and unpaid.
(d) Payment of an invoice does not, in itself, constitute acceptance of the Goods in accordance with the Agreement.
7 Title and risk
Title in the Goods will pass to beyondblue
upon payment for the Goods. Risk in the Goods will pass to beyondblue
when the Goods are delivered to the Delivery Address.
8 Intellectual Property Rights
The Supplier grants to beyondblue
a non-exclusive, perpetual, royalty-free licence to use any Intellectual Property Rights in relation to any Goods supplied to the extent necessary to allow beyondblue
the full use and enjoyment of those Goods and the Supplier must, upon request by beyondblue
, do all things as may be necessary (including executing any documents) to give full effect to such rights.
The Supplier warrants to beyondblue
(a) it has complete ownership of the Goods free of any liens, charges and encumbrances and will provide the Goods on that basis. Accordingly, beyondblue
is entitled to clear, complete and quiet possession of the Goods;
(b) it is entitled to use and deal with any Intellectual Property Rights which may be used by it in connection with the Goods; and
(c) the Goods:
(i) are new and fit for the purpose stated in the Specification (or, if no purpose is stated, the purpose for which the Goods would ordinarily be used);
(ii) are free from defects (including defects in installation);
(iii) are of merchantable quality and comply with all Laws;
(iv) comply with all applicable Australian standards; and
(v) conform in all respects with the Specification and will continue to comply with the Specification for 24 months from the date of delivery or
12 months from the date of installation or initial use of the Goods, whichever is the sooner (Warranty Period). If, during the Warranty Period, beyondblue
finds any of the Goods to be defective, it will, at its option:
(A) return the defective Goods to the Supplier;
(B) make good any defective Goods and the Supplier agrees to reimburse beyondblue
for any expenses; or
(C) require the Supplier to repair or replace the defective Goods returned, free of charge (and the Warranty Period will be renewed accordingly).
The Supplier indemnifies beyondblue
and each of its employees and agents against any loss, damage, claim, action or expense (including legal expense) which any of them suffers as a direct result of any failure by the Supplier to supply the Goods in accordance with these Conditions or any other breach of the Agreement.
11 Confidentiality and privacy
The Supplier and its employees, agents, directors, partners, shareholders and consultants must not disclose or otherwise make available any Confidential Information to any other person.
(a) When entering the premises of beyondblue
, the Supplier must (and must ensure that its employees, agents and sub-contractors) use reasonable endeavours to protect people and property, prevent nuisance and act and in a safe and lawful manner and comply with the safety standards and policies of beyondblue
(as notified to the Supplier).
(b) The Supplier acknowledges that if it (or any of its employees, agents and sub-contractors) enters beyondblue’s
premises, it does so at the Supplier’s own risk.
(a) The Supplier must not sub-contract to any third person any of its obligations in relation to the supply of the Goods without the prior written consent of beyondblue
(which may be given or withheld in its absolute discretion).
(b) The Supplier will not, as a result of any sub-contracting arrangement, be relieved from the performance of any obligation under the Agreement and will be liable for all acts and omissions of a sub-contractor as though they were the actions of the Supplier itself.
The nature of the Goods, any dates for delivery, the Price or any other detail of the Purchase Order may only be varied in writing signed by the Supplier and beyondblue
(a) The Supplier must, in supplying the Goods, comply with all Laws.
(b) The Agreement is governed by and is to be construed in accordance with the laws applicable in Victoria. Each party irrevocably and unconditionally submits to the jurisdiction of the courts of Victoria.
(c) Time is of the essence in relation to the supply of the Goods
In these Conditions, unless the context otherwise requires: Agreement
means the agreement for the supply of the Goods of which these Conditions and the Purchase Order form part. Beyondblue
means Beyond Blue Ltd (ABN 87 093 865 840). Conditions
means these General Conditions for the Purchase of Goods. Confidential Information
means any technical, scientific, commercial, financial or other information of, about or in any way related to, beyondblue
, including any information designated by beyondblue
as confidential, which is disclosed, made available, communicated or delivered to the Supplier, but excludes information:
(a) which is in or which subsequently enters the public domain other than as a result of a breach of these Conditions; or
(b) which the Supplier can demonstrate was:
(i) in its possession prior to the date of the Agreement; or
(ii) independently developed by the Supplier; or
(iii) lawfully obtained by the Supplier from another person entitled to disclose such information. Delivery Address
means the location or address to which the Goods are to be delivered, as specified in the Purchase Order. Goods
means the items to be supplied to beyondblue
, as specified in the Purchase Order. GST Act
means the A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 (Cth). Intellectual Property Rights
includes all present and future copyright and neighbouring rights, all proprietary rights in relation to inventions (including patents), registered and unregistered trademarks, confidential information (including trade secrets and know how), registered designs, circuit layouts, and all other proprietary rights resulting from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary or artistic fields. Laws
means the law in force in the State and the Commonwealth of Australia, including common law and legislation. Purchase Order
means any form of order or acknowledgment from beyondblue
for the supply of the Goods which incorporates these Conditions. Specification
means the specifications to which the Goods must comply, as set out in the Purchase Order or as otherwise incorporated in the Agreement. Supplier
means the person supplying the Goods under these Conditions. Price
means the cost the Goods, as specified in the Purchase