TEAM MARKET GROUP TERMS & CONDITIONS
Team Market Group
1026 W. Central Blvd
Orlando, Fl 32805
The following terms and conditions, together with such terms as are set forth in the Purchase Order Form (“Form”), with such plans, specifications or other documents as are incorporated by reference , as amended in any subsequent authorized writing from Buyer, shall constitute the entire contract (the “Purchase Order”) between Team Market Group(“Buyer”) and Supplier. If bid documents, performance specifications, technical product descriptions or other similar descriptive materials submitted by Supplier in connection with the Purchase Order, or Supplier’s proposal, have been incorporated by reference, these shall not be deemed to supersede any contrary requirements of Buyer, but to the extent that such materials are not inconsistent with Buyer’s requirements, they shall constitute a part of the basis of this agreement. If this Purchase Order is construed as an offer, this offer expressly limits acceptance to the terms of this offer and notice of objection to any different or additional terms in any response to this offer is hereby given. If this Purchase Order is construed as an acceptance of an offer, this acceptance is expressly conditioned upon the offeror’s assent to any different or additional terms contained or referenced in this Purchase Order. If this Purchase Order is construed as a confirmation of an existing contract, the parties agree that this confirmation states the exclusive terms of any contract between the parties. This Purchase Order shall be deemed to have been accepted by the Supplier upon receipt by the Buyer of any writing, including a writing transmitted by fax or other means of electronic transmission, indicating acceptance, or by any of the following: (i) shipment of the goods or any portion thereof, (ii) commencement of any work on site or (iii) performance of any services hereunder.
2. ELECTRONIC/FACSIMILE TRANSMISSION
If this Purchase Order is transmitted by fax or by other means of electronic transmission, such transmission shall have the legal significance of a duly executed original delivered to the Supplier.
Discount terms are as set forth in the Form. If no terms are specified, the net amount shall be payable within 30 days after the later of (i) delivery and acceptance of goods or other performance conforming with the terms of this Purchase Order and (ii) invoicing. Except as otherwise provided in the Purchase Order, the price includes all applicable Federal, State and local taxes and duties. Supplier assigns to Buyer all rights to refunds of sales and use taxes paid in connection with this Purchase Order and agrees to co-operate with Buyer in the processing of any refund claims. Unless expressly otherwise provided in the Form, Buyer shall not be liable for any shipping, handling, fuel surcharges or similar fees.
If delivery or completion dates can not be met, Supplier shall inform Buyer immediately. Such notice shall not, however, constitute a change to the delivery or completion terms of this Purchase Order unless Buyer modifies this Purchase Order in writing. If any item is not received or if any element of the work is not completed by the date specified, the Buyer, at Buyer’s option and without prior notice to Supplier, may either approve a revised date or may cancel this Purchase Order and may obtain such goods or work elsewhere and in either event the Supplier shall be liable to the Buyer for any resulting loss incurred by the Buyer. Supplier’s sole remedy for a delay caused by Buyer shall be an extension in the time for Supplier’s performance equal to the duration of Buyer’s delay. Supplier shall not be liable for damages resulting from Supplier’s failure to deliver or complete, or for delays in delivery or completion, caused solely by strikes not caused by or within the control of Supplier, lock-outs not caused by or within the control of Supplier, fires, war or acts of God. TIMING OF DELIVERY AND/OR PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK IS OF THE ESSENCE OF THIS PURCHASE ORDER.
5. IMPROPER PERFORMANCE AND DISPUTES
In addition to other remedies provided by law, Buyer reserves the right to reject any goods or to revoke any previous acceptance and to cancel all or any part of the Purchase Order if Supplier fails to deliver all or any part of the goods or perform any of the work in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Purchase Order. Acceptance of any part of the Purchase Order shall not bind the Buyer to accept any future shipments or work, nor deprive it of the right to return goods already accepted. At Buyer’s option, if Buyer so elects in its sole discretion with regard to any particular dispute, any dispute arising in connection with this Purchase Order shall be resolved by arbitration in Las Vegas, NV in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association; and all disputes shall otherwise be resolved in and only in the Court of Common Pleas of Clark County NV as the exclusive judicial forum. BUYER AND SELLER WAIVE THEIR RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL WITH REGARD TO ANY DISPUTE ARISING IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PURCHASE ORDER.
Supplier expressly warrants all (i) goods delivered under this Purchase Order to be free from defects in material and workmanship and to be of the quality, size and dimensions ordered and (ii) work performed under this Purchase Order to be in conformity with all plans, specifications and other data incorporated as part of this Purchase Order. Notwithstanding any limitation of warranty, Supplier further represents and warrants that the supply, quality and fitness for the purpose of the goods or services will not be impaired, disrupted or interrupted in whole or in part by the occurrence of any leap year. These express warranties shall not be waived by reason of acceptance or payment by the Buyer. This Purchase Order incorporates by reference all terms of the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in the State of Nevada (the “UCC”) providing any protection to Buyer for goods, including but not limited to all warranty protection (express or implied) and all of Buyer’s remedies under the UCC. All goods and work shall also be subject to any stricter warranties specified in the Purchase Order or in other materials incorporated by reference.
7. RISK OF LOSS
Unless the Purchase Order expressly states otherwise, all goods shall be shipped FOB: the “Ship to” location designated in the Form. Risk of loss shall not pass to Buyer until goods called for in this Purchase Order actually have been received and accepted by the Buyer at the destination specified herein. Supplier assumes full responsibility for packing, crating, marking, transportation and liability for loss and/or damage even if Buyer has agreed to pay freight, express or other transportation charges.
8. INDEMNITY AND HOLD HARMLESS
From and after the date of this Purchase Order, the Supplier agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Buyer from any and all claims and liabilities, regardless of by whom such claim or liability may be asserted, for personal injury (including death), or loss or damage to property, or otherwise that may result directly or indirectly from the use, possession or ownership of the goods or from the services provided by Supplier pursuant to this Purchase Order.
With regard to Supplier’s obligation to defend, the Buyer shall have the right to select the legal counsel whom Supplier shall provide to defend any Indemnified Party, subject to Supplier’s approval of the qualifications of such legal counsel and the reasonableness of counsel’s hourly rates as compared to the rates of attorneys with similar experience and qualifications in the relevant area of legal expertise and in the jurisdiction where the claim will be adjudicated. If the Buyer elects, in its sole discretion, to retain separate legal counsel, in addition to or in lieu of the counsel to be provided by Supplier, then all costs and expenses incurred by the Buyer for such separate counsel shall be borne by the Buyer and the Supplier shall reasonably cooperate with the Buyer and its separate legal counsel in the investigation and defense of any such claim or action. Supplier shall not settle or compromise any claim or action giving rise to Claims in a manner that imposes any restrictions or obligations on Buyer without Buyer’s prior written consent. If the Buyer elects to require that Supplier defend a Claim pursuant to this paragraph, and Supplier fails or declines to assume the defense of such Claim within thirty (30) days after notice thereof, the Buyer may assume the defense of such Claim for the account and at the risk of Supplier, and any Liabilities related thereto shall be conclusively deemed a liability of Supplier. The indemnification rights of the Indemnified Parties contained herein are in addition to all other rights which such Indemnified Party may have at law or in equity or otherwise.
Neither party shall have any right to assign this Purchase Order or any benefits arising from this Purchase Order without prior written consent of the other and, unless otherwise agreed upon in writing, the rights of any assignee shall be subject to all set-offs, counterclaims, and other comparable rights arising hereunder.
Supplier shall not, except in the case of raw materials, castings, forgings or rough welded structures, or standard commercial goods, or except as otherwise agreed in writing by the Buyer, delegate or subcontract the work on any item of material or service to be delivered or performed under this Purchase Order.
In connection with the Purchase Order, Supplier, at its own cost and expense, shall obtain and maintain in force during the term of this Purchase Order, the following insurance coverage:
a. A policy of workers’ compensation insurance, in amounts required by law, covering all officers and employees of Supplier who are in any way engaged in or connected with the Purchase Order, and employer’s liability insurance in an amount of not less than Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000). Supplier shall require its agents, sub-suppliers and subcontractors, who are in any way engaged in or connected with the Purchase Order to maintain the same insurance as required herein of Supplier.
b. A policy of commercial general liability insurance with broad form property damage endorsement, personal injury and products completed operations coverage, affording protection in an amount of not less than Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per incident and in the aggregate, with respect to personal injury, death, or damage to property.
c. If this Purchase Order contemplates professional services, a policy of professional liability insurance, including errors and omissions, affording protection of not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per incident and One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) in the aggregate.
d. A policy of comprehensive automobile liability insurance covering the operation of all motor vehicles used by Supplier or its agents in connection with this Purchase Order, affording protection in an amount of not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) combined single limit with respect to personal injury, death, or damage to property.
All of these insurance policies shall be issued by insurance companies with an AM Best rating of “A” or higher and a financial strength rating of VII or higher, or equivalent ratings provided by a disinterested, generally recognized rating agency, which companies shall be licensed or permitted to conduct business in the State of Nevada. Upon request, Supplier shall furnish to Buyer a current certificate of insurance for each of the policies required above. Insurance coverage(s) provided under this Purchase Order shall not limit or restrict in any way the liability of Supplier arising under or in connection with this Purchase Order. Such insurance shall not be canceled or terminated without ten (10) days prior written notice of any cancellation or termination.
11. EXAMINATION OF RECORDS
The Supplier agrees that Buyer shall have access to and the right to examine any pertinent books, documents, papers and records of the Supplier involving transactions related to this Purchase Order to the extent necessary to verify the nature and extent of costs incurred under this Purchase Order until the expiration of four (4) years after final payment under this Purchase Order. Nothing in this Purchase Order shall be deemed to preclude an audit
If this Purchase Order is subject to the Renegotiation Act of 1951, as amended, then it shall be deemed to contain all the provisions required by Section 104 of said Act as amended. Nothing contained in this clause shall impose a renegotiation obligation with respect to this Purchase Order or any subcontract hereunder which is not imposed by an act of Congress heretofore or hereafter enacted. Supplier agrees to include the provisions of this clause in all subcontracts as required by Section 103(g) of the Renegotiation Act.
13. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS AND REGULATIONS
The Supplier agrees to comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
14. TERMINATION WITHOUT CAUSE
Buyer, in its sole discretion and without cause, may terminate this Purchase Order, in whole or in part, at any time without incurring liability to Supplier for lost profits, or any other costs or damages, other than the proportionate value of the purchase price for work completed on site or goods delivered. Payment due shall be a percentage of the purchase price equal to the percentage of the work completed and/or any unit prices in the purchase price specified for goods delivered. Supplier’s warranties, and Supplier’s liability for defective or non-conforming work or goods, as well as sections 5, 6, 8, 10, 11 and 17 of these Terms and Conditions, shall survive termination and remain in full force and effect.
15. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS FOR WORK PERFORMED ON SITE
The provisions set forth in Paragraphs 16(a) through 16(d) below shall apply to work performed at locations owned, leased or otherwise controlled by Owner (“Owner’s Site”) unless Exhibit “B” applies. For construction work, Exhibit “B” of these terms and conditions sets forth alternate provisions and requirements that shall apply in lieu of Paragraph 16(a) through 16(d).
a. The Supplier shall maintain on the Site at all times a sufficient work force to carry out its obligations in an efficient and timely manner. The Supplier shall employ only competent, skilled, reliable and honest workmen who will work in harmony with other workmen on the Site. All persons furnished by Supplier shall be deemed Supplier’s employees or agents, and Supplier shall comply with all applicable statutes regarding worker’s compensation, employer’s liability, unemployment compensation, and/or old age benefits and all other applicable laws relating to or affecting the employment of labor. At the Owner’s instruction, the Supplier shall promptly remove from the Site any employee who, in the Owner’s opinion, represents a threat to the safety or progress of the Project or persons on the Site, or who has engaged in any improper conduct, specifically including (without limitation) conduct which the Owner perceives as constituting harassment of students or other persons.
b. Supplier shall secure all materials and the site where Work is performed, and shall leave all areas broom clean (unless a more stringent cleanliness standard is set forth in documents that are incorporated in this Purchase Order by reference) and in a safe condition at the end of each work day and upon completion of the Work. In case of dispute, Owner may remove waste at Supplier’s expense.
c. Supplier shall ensure that federal, state and county of residence criminal background checks are conducted on all persons performing Work at the Site, and shall exclude from the Site any dishonest, dangerous or otherwise unqualified persons.
d. In the event of an emergency threatening health, life or property, the Supplier shall take such action as may be necessary to save lives and protect persons from injury and, this being done, to protect and preserve property. The Supplier shall notify the Owner of any such emergency as promptly as is practicable under the circumstances.
15. CONFIDENTIALITY AND PRIVACY REQUIREMENTS
A. Definitions: When used in this document, the following definitions shall apply:
Confidential Information – Sensitive Personally Identifiable Information and Proprietary Information provided by, or on behalf of the Buyer, in any form, including without limitation oral or written (paper or electronic) whether presented in text, graphics, charts or other formats.
Sensitive Personally Identifiable Information (“SPII”) – Information relating to an individual that reasonably identifies the individual and, if compromised, could cause harm to that individual or to Buyer. Examples may include, but are not limited to:
Social Security Numbers, credit card numbers, bank account information, student grades or disciplinary information, salary or employee performance information, donations, patient health information, information
Buyer has promised to keep confidential, and account passwords or encryption keys used to protect access to SPII. SPII shall not include information that can not reasonably be used to identify the individual to whom it pertains.
Proprietary Information (“PI”) – Data, information, or intellectual property in which the Buyer has an exclusive legal interest or ownership right which, if compromised could cause harm to Buyer. Examples may include, but are not limited to, business planning, financial information, trade secret, copyrighted material, and software together with comparable material from a third party when the Buyer has agreed to keep such information confidential.
B. Service Provider – The Supplier under the Purchase Order is a Service Provider hereunder.
In General: Service Provider agrees to maintain strict confidentiality concerning Confidential Information in accordance with the requirements and conditions set forth in this Section.
Exclusions: These requirements shall not apply to any information or data which:
1. is lawfully possessed by Service Provider prior to entering into this Agreement;
2. shall be lawfully acquired by Service Provider in circumstances or in a manner not resulting from, or related to, this Agreement or the performance of the Services;
3. becomes part of the public domain in any manner other than the publication thereof in violation of this Agreement or otherwise unlawfully;
4. is disclosed by Service Provider with the prior written approval of the Buyer; or
5. is otherwise required by applicable law to be disclosed by Service Provider (but then only to the extent that, and only to the recipient or recipients to whom or which such disclosure is required; and only after Buyer has failed to obtain a protective
order or other appropriate relief governing disclosure of the data within 10 days after notice from Supplier of any disclosure request).
C. Property of Buyer: Confidential Information shall remain the sole property of Buyer. Service Provider expressly acknowledges and agrees that Service Provider has no property right or interest whatsoever in any such data.
D. Security Safeguards: Service Provider shall maintain adequate administrative, technical and physical safeguards against unauthorized access, use, or disclosure of Confidential Information. This requirement includes but it is not limited to, the following
1. Confidential information may only be stored on electronic computing devices that are current in their anti-virus software and security patches and that are protected by a firewall.
2. All access to confidential information electronically shall be via a unique user ID and unique password that is not shared with others.
3. Confidential information shall not be downloaded to a portable device, such asLaptop computers, PDAs and USB drives, unless such data is protected with strong encryption.
4. Confidential information transmitted electronically must be encrypted in transmission, unless otherwise authorized by the Buyer.
5. Any use or handling of Social Security Numbers must be specifically approved by the Buyer.
6. Confidential information shall not be removed from the Service Provider’s work site unless such removal is authorized by the Buyer as necessary for Agreement related purposes.
7. When Confidential Information is no longer required to perform services required under this Agreement, and is no longer required to be maintained by applicable law or the terms of this Agreement, the Service Provider shall securely destroy such information whenever such destruction is practicable.
8. If Service Provider is retains backups of Confidential Information, such backups shall be maintained in conformity with these Security Safeguards.
Any question regarding the applicability of or interpretation of these requirements must be directed to Buyer’s Office of Audit, Compliance and Privacy or Buyer’s Office of Information Security.
1. Laws. Service Provider shall comply with all applicable laws, ordinances, statutes regulations and other requirements established by federal, state and local governmental authorities regarding privacy and security protections for Confidential Information. Applicable statutes may include but are not limited to The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
2. Other. Service Provider shall comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, as applicable.
F. Use and Disclosure Limitation: Service Provider shall not use, provide, trade, give away, barter, lend, sell, or otherwise disclose Confidential Information, and shall not make any copies of such data or any type whatsoever, in readable or encrypted form, or in individually identifiable or aggregate form, except:
1. as necessary for the services described in this Agreement to be performed; or
2. as expressly permitted by Buyer in a separate writing.
G. Restricted Access: Service Provider shall only permit access to Confidential Information acquired by Service Provider in connection with this Agreement, and only to employees, agents or independent contractors of Service Provider (1) who are directly involved in performing the Services for the Buyer and have a specific need to know such information, and (2) who have entered into written confidentiality agreements which impose, or are otherwise bound by, restrictions on the Confidential Information at least equivalent to those imposed under this Agreement.
H. Breach: Service Provider shall immediately report to Buyer any unauthorized access, use, disclosure, modification, or destruction of Buyer’s Confidential Information or interference with system operations in an information system containing Buyer’s Confidential Information (“Breach”) of which Service Provider becomes aware.
I. Remediation/ Mitigation: When Service Provider learns of a Breach it shall (1) use best efforts to determine the scope and nature of the Breach, (2) work with the Buyer, in light of the circumstances and applicable law, to determine what risks are posed by the Breach and whether and how those persons whose data was accessed, acquired or disclosed should be notified, and (3) restore the reasonable integrity of the data system which hosts the Buyer’s Confidential Information without compromise to forensic investigation.
J. Indemnification: Service Provider agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Buyer, officers and employees (individually, an “Indemnified Party”, and collectively, the “Indemnified Parties”), from and against any and all liability, loss, damage, action, claim or expense (“Claims”) suffered or incurred by the Indemnified Parties (including reasonable attorney’s fees and expenses) that results from or arises out of any unauthorized access, use or disclosure of Buyer’s Confidential Information by Service Provider. With regard to Service Provider’s obligation to defend, the Buyer shall have the right to select the legal counsel whom Service Provider shall provide to defend any Indemnified Party, subject to Service Provider’s approval of the qualifications of such legal counsel and the reasonableness of counsel’s hourly rates as compared to the rates of attorneys with similar experience and qualifications in the relevant area of legal expertise and in the jurisdiction where the Claims will be adjudicated . If the Buyer elects, in its sole discretion, to retain separate legal counsel, in addition to or in lieu of the counsel to be provided by Service Provider, then all costs and expenses incurred by the Buyer for such separate counsel shall be borne by the Buyer and the
Service Provider shall reasonably cooperate with the Buyer and its separate legal counsel in the investigation and defense of any such claim or action. Service Provider shall not settle or compromise any claim or action giving rise to Claims in a manner that imposes any restrictions or obligations on Buyer without Buyer’s prior written consent. If the Buyer elects to require that Service Provider defend a Claim pursuant to this paragraph, and Service Provider fails or declines to assume the defense of such Claim within thirty (30) days after notice thereof, the Buyer may assume the defense of such Claim for the account and at the risk of Service Provider, and any Liabilities related thereto shall be conclusively deemed a liability of Service Provider. Service Provider
agrees that if it is named as a party in an action that results from or arises out of any unauthorized access, use or disclosure of Buyer’s Confidential Information, and Buyer is not named as a party to such action, Service Provider shall, immediately upon receiving notice of such action, notify Buyer of the action. The indemnification rights of the Indemnified Parties contained herein are in addition to all other rights which such Indemnified Party may have at law or in equity or otherwise.
K. Return of Confidential Information: Upon the expiration or earlier termination of the Agreement or at the request of Buyer, Service Provider will either (1) at its own expense, immediately return to Buyer all Confidential Information embodied in tangible form, whether or not reduced to such form by Service Provider including all copies thereof, or (2) at the Buyer’s option, certify in writing to Buyer that all such Confidential Information has been destroyed, except that Service Provider may retain Confidential Information to the extent that retention is required by law or is needed to document performance under this Agreement.
L. External Request for Confidential Information: In the event that the Service Provider receives a request for Confidential Information by subpoena or other legal process or from a court, governmental authority, or accrediting agency, the Service Provider shall give prompt written notice to the Buyer in order to allow the Buyer the opportunity to seek a protective order or to take other appropriate action to protect the Confidential Information.