Terms and Conditions

Please Read the Following Terms Carefully. by selecting agree in the registration on The Grow Programme you agree to the following

This website is operated by Jane Pascall Marketing Services ABN 65786212572 which trades as The Grow Programme ( “we”, “us”, “our”) under the domain name

www.thegrowprogramme.com.au and www.thegrowprogramme.com (“the websites”).

These terms of use may vary from time to time (“Terms”) to govern your use of the website and all our associated services. By accessing, browsing and/or using the website you will be deemed to have agreed to these Terms and Conditions of use. If you do not desire to be obliged by these Terms and Conditions you must cease accessing, browsing and/or using the website.

 

Cost of The Grow Programm

The cost of the grow programme is $420 per month plus GST payable 12 months in advance $5040 plus GST –

Your subscription includes a one hour in class IT session to go through, step by step, how to set up your online shop and the available functions in the software. This is done via Zoom conferencing which is also explained and demonstrated.

Your subscription provides you access to our comprehensive live update Teacher Resource Centre complete with all the resources to support your teaching programmes.

DET approved mapping to courses and qualifications – scope and sequence – in class activities, videos, support material and your Grow Programme Teachers handbook and training video.

Access to Grow into a Great Job, Grow Tech and your Grow Online Noticeboard

Optional additional costs

In class mentoring is available based on 45 min sessions for the following fees -NOTE –  a min 48 hours notice must be given to cancel a mentoring session or a cancellation fee of $150plus GST applies

  • Career Planning and workplace dynamics –  in class tutorial –  $360 plus GST
  • Individual Employment and career planning counseling –  $225 plus GST
  • Marketing, Business and entrepreneurial thinking –  in class tutorial –  $360 plus GST
  • Teacher Training and Support – One on one assistance for delivery of the Grow Programme $360.00
  • Everything I.T –  in class tutorial  – Send us your specific requirements and we can tailor a class to your student needs or conduct a Q and A with students $360 plus GST

Prices and Payments

All prices quoted on the website are quoted in Australian Dollars (“AUD”) and are inclusive of GST. Prices for products supplied via the teachers’ online shop may vary from time to time due to fluctuations in the Australian dollar. The Grow Programme will advise of any changes as soon as they come to light.
Access to the subscribers’ resources is only provided on receipt and clearance of payment for the 12 month subscription including your online shop. All payments to be made to The Grow Programme must be in AUD and must be inclusive of GST.
Payments are made based on acceptance of the Terms of Purchase & Refund Policy below.
All prices quoted on the website are subject to change without notice. You should confirm the price of a product or service before placing an order for it.

 

Products featured in Grow Programme School Shops

The Grow Programme supplies printed products to schools for sale in your school Grow Programme shop via The Grow Programme Educational Programme which is supervised and the responsibility of all registered teacher/s.

All products supplied by The Grow Programme to individual schools become the responsibility for each Grow Programme school from the day the products are delivered.

All marketing activities, distribution avenues, sale of products and all activities undertaken by schools are the sole responsibility of each registered Grow Programme School.

 

Intellectual Property Rights

The material contained on the web site is owned and protected protected by copyright 2018c.

You may use the website for personal and non-commercial purposes only with exception to your online shop which is part of the educational programme. The day to day running and administration of your Grow Programme shop, located at www.thegrowprogramme.com is the responsibility of the registered school and registered teachers in the Grow Programme.
You acknowledge that The Grow Programme websites, special technology used in connection with the website, our services and resources, all software, material, information, communications, text, graphics, links, electronic art, animations, audio, video, photos, and other data available within the website (“The Grow Programme Content”) are provided by The Grow Programme or third-party providers and are the copyrighted works of The Grow Programme and/or such acknowledged third parties.

PLEASE NOTE – You may not copy, reproduce, publish, distribute, modify, create derivative works of, rent, lease, sell, transfer, display, transmit, compile or collect in a database, or in any manner commercially or intellectually exploit any part of The Grow Programme content or our services in whole or in part unless expressly authorised by The Grow Programme or the relevant third party owner.

You may not store any significant portion of any The Grow Programme content or The Grow Programme services or materials in any form.

You acknowledge that The Grow Programme and/or third-party providers remain the owners of The Grow Programme content and that you do not own any intellectual property rights in The Grow Programme content.

 

Grow Programme Resources Do Not Represent Professional Advice

The resources and programme provided within The Grow Programme website are provided as general information only. It is not intended as professional advice and must not be relied upon as such. Department of Education and Training NSW provides professional mapping of connected qualifications as part of The Grow Programme.
Before entering into a transaction or taking part in any particular course of action in connection with The Grow Programme, you should make independent enquiries and seek out your own advice tailored to your school’s specific circumstances and course objectives.

 

The Grow Programme Content and Information

Our resources, material and information are provided in good faith and they are understood to be accurate and current as at the date of publication on our website. However, The Grow programme provides no warranty or guarantee that any information or material on The Grow Programme website is precise or complete.
The Grow Programme will not be liable for any damages whatsoever whether in an action in contract, negligence or other tort, arising out of or in connection with access to the website or the information and material contained within the website. All warranties of any kind are excluded to the maximum extent permitted by law.
The Grow Programme makes no guarantee as to the effectiveness or usefulness of the material and information provides on The Grow programme website, including any of the products and services on it or any linked websites. The Grow Programme provides no guarantee that content within the Grow Programme will lead to qualifications. Mapping of course content is undertaken by the NSW Department of Education and teachers and is ultimately the responsibility of the school to deliver curses and programme to achieve desired student outcomes.

 

Right of Access

You agree and comprehend that The Grow Programme has the discretion to prevent or limit your access to subscription to The Grow Programme for any security, technical, copyright breach and or any other reasons at The Grow Programme’s absolute discretion. The Grow Programme will advise you of any restrictions imposed regarding your access to the website as soon as practicable.

 

Variation of Terms and Conditions

The Grow Programme reserves the right to vary these Terms at any time. If The Grow Programme changes these Terms, it will provide notice via publication on The Grow Programme website within Terms and conditions.
You accept that by doing this, The Grow Programme has provided you with enough notice of a change in terms and conditions.

 

No Warranties or Representations

The Grow Programme does not exclude any remedies or available to you under the Trade Practices Act (Cth) or equivalent State legislation that cannot be restricted or excluded.
To the extent permissible by law, The Grow Programme makes no representation or warranty (express or implied) regarding the quality, accuracy, reliability, currency, performance, completeness or fitness for purpose of any part of the website or any of the Grow Programme content.

The Grow Programme does not represent or warrant (expressly or implied) that the website or any of The Grow Programme content, or the resources centre, online shop, art marketplace and teaching programme, that make the website and all content available, will not cause damage, or are free from any computer virus or any other defects or errors, or that your access to the website or any The Grow Programme resources and material will be uninterrupted.

To the maximum extent permitted by law, The Grow Programme is not liable (whether in negligence, contract, or otherwise) for any loss or damage arising from the use of the Grow Programme website/ content.

To the maximum extent allowed by law, The Grow Programme’s liability for breach of any implied warranty or conditions that cannot be excluded is restricted, at The Grow Programme’s option, to:

  • the re-supply of the relevant goods or services; or
  • the cost of the re-supply of the relevant goods or services; or

 

You agree that in no circumstances will The Grow Programme be liable for any indirect, special, incidental, and/or consequential losses or damages of whatever nature arising out of your use of the website or of any of The Grow Programme material, content, including the online shop provided to you with the Grow Programme. (including, but not limited to, losses or damages arising out of, or attributable to, an act or omission by The Grow Programme.

 

Downloading

The website contains downloadable materials and links to external websites in the Grow Programme Resource Centre.
The Grow Programme takes no responsible for, and has no control over, the content of downloadable materials or external sites.
Agreement to these terms and conditions means The Grow Programme cannot and does not guarantee, warrant or represent that files or software of any kind, or from any source, available for downloading through the website, will be free of infection or viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other code or defects that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.
No Student Access – Teachers only
By signing up for a subscription to The Grow Programme or using our products and services you agree that you have read and understood these terms and conditions and that you are a registered teacher in Australia with your School Principal’s permission to subscribe to the Grow Programme. You agree that Students can not access The Grow Programme outside of the classroom under teacher supervision. No student Data is stored on The Grow Programme, The Grow Programme provides resources only to schools with logins restricted to registered teachers using the programme.

Links to Third Party Websites

The website may contain links and pointers to other websites operated by third parties.
Third party links and pointers are included solely for your convenience. Links to third party websites do not constitute endorsement, sponsorship or approval by The Grow Programme or policies or practices relating to third party websites.
You agree that by accessing any third party linked website you do so at entirely at your own risk.
The Grow Programme will not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with, use or reliance on any goods or services available on or through any third party website.

On Line Security

When using the World Wide Web, the Internet or third party networks or facilities, you are using networks, facilities and services that are beyond the control of The Grow Programme. Your agree and assume all risk and liability of your use of the World Wide Web, the Internet or any such third party networks, including any access to the website via such media.

 

Website Security and Online Agreement

1.1. Our CRA sets out the standard terms and conditions on which we supply our Services to our customers.

1.2. This CRA incorporates, and is to be read in conjunction with:

a. Your Application;
b. The Service Description;
c. The Sales Order;
d. Any orders placed through our website, or by any other means;
e. The Service Level Agreement;
f. The Co-Location Master Services Agreement (if a valid Co-Location Sales Order is in place);
g. The Pricing Schedule;
h. Any applicable Service Schedules; and
i. Where agreed in writing by both parties, any other document that sets out any
terms of our customer relationship. 1.3. This CRA applies from the earlier of:
a. The time that you make an Application; or
b. The time that you frst request and receive Services from us.

2. APPLICATION

2.1. You may make an Application to receive Services in one of the following ways:

a. By completing and submitting an online application or order form on our website;
b. By completing and returning paperwork that we have provided to you; or
c. Over the phone with our customer representatives.
2.2. We will assess your Application based on a number of factors, including but not
limited to the following criteria:
a. Our Credit Assessment;
b. The type of Service requested by you, and its availability to you;
c. Where there is a technical limitation on our ability to provide the requested Service to you;
d. The accuracy of the information provided by you during our Credit Assessment;
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e. Any previous relationship that you may have had with us, including through Related Entities; and
f. Any other criteria that we may decide is applicable.

2.3. We may accept your Application subject to conditions, including but not limited to a personal guarantee being provided.
2.4. You acknowledge and agree that we may refuse your Application at our sole discretion.
2.5. You warrant that the information provided to us in the Application and the Credit Assessment is true and correct, and that you will advise us as soon as possible if any of the information changes in a material respect during the term of this CRA. You acknowledge and agree that we will act in reliance of the information provided by you.

5. OUR OBLIGATIONS

5.1. We agree that we will do the following:

a. Comply with all terms of this CRA, and any other document that forms part of the customer relationship; and
b. Reasonably co-operate with you to provide the Services to you in an efcient and safe manner.

5.2. We are subject to a number of legal obligations which we must comply with. These legal obligations may change from time to time as laws are amended.
5.3. In particular, and without limitation, we may be subject to laws that require us to provide your information to third parties, such as state and federal police and other regulatory authorities. We may also be subject to laws that require us to intercept your communications that are made using the Service.
5.4. We agree that we will not take such actions unless we are required to by law.
5.5. You acknowledge that we may be subject to these legal requirements, and you agree that you will not hold us liable for complying with these legal requirements.

6. FEES AND CHARGES

6.1. You must pay all charges for your Services in accordance with the provisions of the
Service Description and the Pricing Schedule.
6.2. If you request additional Services from time to time, whether on a continuous or one of basis, you must pay all applicable charges for those additional Services.
6.3. If you obtain additional Services from us, or from our Suppliers at our expense, without our express knowledge or consent, you acknowledge and agree that you must pay all applicable charges for those additional Services, and any expenses incurred by us.
6.4. You acknowledge and agree that we may charge you reasonable additional fees where we have incurred additional costs as a result of:

a. A breach of this CRA by you;
b. A negligent or fraudulent act or omission by you or by any of your employees,
agents or contractors;
c. A failure of any of your equipment, or any third party service providers that are contracted directly to you;
d. A failure or fuctuation in electrical power supply for any reason except for our negligence; or
e. Any other circumstances caused by you that are outside of our direct control.

6.5. You acknowledge and agree that GST will be applicable to the Services that we provide to you. If our fees and charges are expressed as an amount exclusive of GST, you must pay GST at the applicable rate in addition to the fees and charges. If our fees and charges are expressed as an amount inclusive of GST, we may vary them in accordance with any changes to the applicable GST rate. Subject to all laws and ATO rulings in place at the relevant time, this clause may not apply if you are based outside Australia and the Services are deemed to be exported.
6.6. Changes to pricing are addressed in clause 13 of this CRA.

7. INVOICING

7.1. You acknowledge and agree that:

a. You will be invoiced for the Services that you receive from us in accordance with your Service Description, the Pricing Schedule or as otherwise agreed in writing;
b. Fixed recurring charges will be invoiced monthly in advance;
c. Variable charges, if applicable, will be invoiced in monthly in arrears; and
d. Set up or installation charges will be invoiced prior the set up or installation
taking place.

7.2. We calculate invoices for variable charges on the basis of data recorded, logged or received by us and our Suppliers. We will review our calculation of variable charges if you can show that it is likely that a manifest error has occurred, but otherwise we are not required to review or amend our calculation of variable charges.
7.3. Normally, we will include all charges relating to an invoicing period on the relevant invoice. However, if this is not possible for whatever reason, you acknowledge and agree that the charges may be included in a later invoice, provided that such invoice is issued within twelve
(12) months of the date of the relevant Services.
7.4. We may amend and reissue any invoice if an error is subsequently discovered, provided that such invoice is reissued within thirty (30) days of the error being discovered by us and on the basis that:

a. If you have overpaid, we will, at your determination; credit your account with the overpayment or issue you with a refund within thirty (30) days; and
b. If you have underpaid, the diference owed to us must be paid by you within thirty
(30) days, unless otherwise agreed in writing.

7.5. For the avoidance of doubt, amounts paid in advance pursuant to clause 13.5 are not overpayments for the purpose of clause 7.4.
7.6. If you have a dispute in relation to an invoice, you agree that you will do the following:

a. You must raise the dispute within six (6) months of receiving the relevant invoice;
b. You agree that you will not be entitled to make any claim or commence any proceedings, whether under this CRA or at law, unless you have raised the dispute with us within six (6) months of receiving the relevant invoice;
c. You must provide us with details as to why you are disputing the invoice;
d. You must provide us with further details upon reasonable request;
e. You must pay any undisputed portion of the invoice by the due date; and
f. If we make a determination that there was no error, and the dispute resolution process is not invoked by you, you must pay the outstanding amount within fourteen
(14) days of the determination.

7.7. If you have raised a dispute and complied with clause 7.6, we must do the following:

a. Within a reasonable time frame, carry out the appropriate investigations and make a determination;
b. If we agree that there is an error, we must, at your determination, provide you with a credit or a refund;
c. If we do not agree that there is an error, we must provide you with reasonable written reasons as to why that decision was made.
7.8. If we decide, pursuant to clause 7.7, that there is no error or that the error is not to the extent that you have claimed, you have the right to invoke the dispute resolution process set out in clause 23, provided that you do so within fourteen (14) days of receiving our written reasons. If you do not do so, you will be deemed to have accepted our determination.

 

9. QUALITY AND MAINTENANCE

9.1. We aim to provide, but do not guarantee, continuous and fault-free services.
9.2. The Service Description sets out our maintenance commitments to you and the customer support that we will provide you with.
9.3. You acknowledge and agree that:

a. We must carry out regular maintenance on our Network in order to continue to provide the Services;
b. We will try to carry out maintenance outside of normal business hours, but there may be circumstances where this isn’t reasonably possible; and
c. Your rights in relation to a disruption to your Services are addressed in the Service Level Agreement.

9.4. You acknowledge and agree that we may relocate between data centres from time to time, and at our sole discretion, provided that we give you at least thirty (30) days’ notice. You agree that:

 

a. You will comply with our reasonable directions, and do all things reasonably necessary, to assist with the relocation and to minimise disruption to your Services;
b. Your sole remedies in relation to the relocation are set out in the Service Level Agreement, the Master Services Agreement (but only if applicable to your Services), and in clause 20.2.d; and
c. Without derogating from clause 9.4.b, if your Services are terminated pursuant to clause 20.2.d, we will act reasonably to assist you with transferring your services to another provider.

9.5. If you experience a fault in your Service, you may report it to us by phone, email or through any other means made available by us from time to time.
9.6. You acknowledge and agree that:

a. Before reporting a fault to us, you must take all reasonable steps to ensure that
the fault is not in, or caused by, any of your equipment;
b. Any costs that we incur due to your incorrect reporting of faults may be charged to you;
c. We are not responsible for rectifying any fault in the Service where that fault arising in, or is caused by, your equipment or any third party provider engaged directly by you;
d. We are not responsible for any support that is outside of the scope of our written agreement with you;
e. we are not responsible for the maintenance, repair or proper functioning of your equipment; and
f. Unless specifcally agreed in writing, we are not responsible for the security of your equipment.

10. SECURITY
10.1. Subject to clause 10.2, you acknowledge and agree that Apparition Online Pty Ltd  does not warrant that the Services meet your technical requirements, and that you are required to rely on your own knowledge and expertise when ordering and using Services.
10.2. If you request that Apparition Online Pty Ltd provide technical advice at any time, you agree that:

a. Additional charges may apply, which will be disclosed to you before the technical advice is provided;
b. You may be required to enter into a Service Schedule as a condition of the technical advice being provided;
c. You must supply all relevant information regarding your technical requirements in a timely manner to enable us to provide accurate technical advice. If you do not supply all of the relevant information, and if our technical advice would have been different if all of the relevant information had been provided, you agree that we are not liable for any loss or damage that may result.

10.3. You acknowledge and agree that we do not provide you with any security for your Services, other than the physical security for the hardware in the relevant data centre, unless you have purchased a Managed Security Service from Apparition Online Pty Ltd.

10.4. You warrant and agree that you are responsible for managing the security for your Services, unless otherwise agreed in writing.

11. POLICIES
11.1. We may provide Policies from time to time in relation to the use of the Services
and any related matters.
11.2. You acknowledge and agree that you will comply with any applicable Policies, and that the intent of these Policies is to assist you with using the Services efectively.

12. CHANGES TO THIS CRA
12.1. If we wish to make any changes to your CRA or any of its schedules, we must
provide you with at least thirty (30) days’ notice in writing.
12.2. If you do not advise us within that thirty (30) day period that you object to the changes to your CRA, they will take efect.
12.3. If you object to the changes to your CRA, you agree that the following will apply:

a. You must advise us in writing of your objections within that thirty (30) day
period;
b. We will, at our sole discretion, either:

i. provide you with notice that you are permitted to terminate this CRA, including any remaining fxed term, without penalty provided that such termination occurs within fourteen (14) days; or
ii. provide you with notice that the changes will not occur to your CRA and continue on the basis of the existing terms of the CRA;

c. The terms of the existing CRA will remain in efect during this process.
12.4. This clause does not apply to changes in pricing, which are addressed in clause13.

PPSR
14.1. This clause 14 applies if we provide you with credit. If we invoice you in advance, and if you consistently make payments in accordance with the invoice terms, we agree that this clause 14 will not apply.
14.2. In order to secure payments if credit is provided, and the performance of your present and future obligations to us, you agree to grant a security interest to Apparition Online Pty Ltd Pty Ltd in all present and after acquired property.
14.3. You consent to us registering its security interest on the Personal Property Securities Register, and agree to provide all assistance required by us to facilitate registration, and to do all things required to ensure that the registration is valid.
14.4. You agree that the registration of the security interest will remain in place until all of your obligations to us, however arising, have been discharged in full, and you have requested the release of the registration of the security interest in writing. If the registration of the security interest is discharged, you acknowledge and agree that we have no obligation to provide you with further credit.
14.5. You agree to waive your rights to receive any notice under Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), including but not limited to notice of verifcation statement, unless the notice i s required by Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) and cannot be excluded.
14.6. For the avoidance of doubt, this clause 14 constitutes a security agreement as defned in
Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth).

15. AUSTRALIAN CONSUMER LAW

15.1. If you are an individual or a small business, as defned in the Australian Consumer Law, you have certain rights in relation to agreements such as this CRA.
15.2. We have prepared this CRA, and the associated documents referred to in clause 1.1, so that they are fair and in accordance with your rights and our obligations under the Australian Consumer Law.
15.3. We acknowledge that we have a wide range of customers who all have diferent circumstances. If you believe that any terms in this CRA are unfair, within the meaning of the Australian Consumer Law, please let us know and we will discuss your concerns with you.
15.4. If you advise us that you believe that a term is unfair, and we agree with your position, we will negotiate the appropriate amendments with you.
15.5. If we do not agree with your position that a term is unfair, there is a dispute resolution mechanism available to you as set out in clause 23 of this CRA. This dispute resolution process is in addition to your rights at law.

16. EQUIPMENT

16.1. In order to provide you with the Services, we may use Products that we own or
lease.
16.2. Where we use our Products in connection with providing you with the Service:

a. Title in the Products is not transferred to you;
b. You must comply with our reasonable directions in relation to the use of the
Products;
c. You
specifcations, the terms of any warranty and the terms of any lease or similar arrangement that we are subject to;
must only use the Products in accordance with the manufacturer’s
d. You must not part with possession of the Products, except to us or in accordance with our written directions;
e. You must not create any encumbrances over our Products;
f. You must allow us to inspect, test, service, modify, repair, remove or replace
our Products when reasonably necessary;
g. You must do all things necessary to allow us to recover our Products after your Service is cancelled;
h. You must ensure that the Products will not be altered, repaired, serviced, moved or disconnected except by personnel approved by us in writing; and
i. You must ensure that you have all consents and approvals necessary for the installation and use of the Products in connection with the Services.

16.3. You must ensure that all equipment that you use in connection with the Services, other than our Products, complies with all laws and relevant technical standards. You must also comply with all reasonable directions issued by us, including making any changes necessary to your equipment to avoid any dangers or any interference that it may cause.
16.4. If you do not comply with any of your obligations under this clause 16, we may disconnect your equipment if it is causing, or likely to cause, a Disruption. We will take all reasonable steps to provide you with notice if this is to occur, but you acknowledge and agree that we may not be able to provide you with notice if we reasonably believe that your equipment needs to be disconnected urgently in order to mitigate our loss or that of our other customers.

17. THIRD PARTY SUPPLIERS

17.1. We obtain Third Party Products and Services that we use, and permit you to use, as part of our Services. This includes, but is not limited to, software licences.
17.2. We confrm that your agreement is with Apparition Online Pty Ltd, and not with any Suppliers (unless you enter into separate agreements with them). We are responsible for providing technical support for the supplied Third Party Products and Services, unless other arrangements have been agreed to.
17.3. It is a condition of our agreements with Suppliers that you agree to certain obligations in relation to the Third Party Products and Services.
17.4. You warrant and agree that you will comply with the following:

a. You must not remove, modify or obscure any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notices that are contained in or on the Third Party Products and Services;
b. You must not use any Supplier logos in any manner, without prior written consent;
c. You must not undertake any action that may diminish or interfere with any Supplier’s right, title or interest in any intellectual property, including but not limited to copyright, trademarks or patents;
d. If you refer to any Third Party Products and Services in any written or visual communication, you must use the appropriate trademark, product descriptor and trademark symbol, and clearly indicate the Supplier’s ownership of such marks;
e. You must not reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble the Third Party Products and Services, except to the extent that such activity is expressly permitted by the applicable law; and
f. You must disclaim, to the extent permitted by the applicable law, all warranties by the Suppliers and any liability by the Suppliers for any damages, whether direct, indirect or consequential, arising from the Third Party Products and Services.

17.5. If you require any further information about our Suppliers and the terms of our agreements with them, please contact us. We will provide you with any relevant information connected to your Services that isn’t commercially sensitive, unless otherwise required by law.

18. HIGH RISK USE

18.1. You warrant and agree that you will not use our Services in any application or situation where interruption to, or failure of, Services, could lead to death or serious injury of any person, or to severe property or environmental damage.
18.2. For the avoidance of doubt, the prohibition in clause 18.1 does not include the use of our Services for administrative purposes, to store confguration data, engineering or confguration tools or other non-control applications where any interruption to, or failure of, Services would not result in death, personal injury or severe property or environmental damage.
18.3. You warrant and agree that you will indemnify Apparition Online Pty Ltd and our Suppliers, on a full indemnity basis, for any claims arising out of your breach of this clause 18.

19. SUSPENSION OF SERVICES

19.1. We may immediately suspend your Services in the following circumstances:

a. If you attack, or attempt to attack, other servers within the Apparition Online Pty Ltd Network;
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b. If you engage in, or attempt to engage in, port-scanning, hacking, snooping, or any attempts to gain access to our systems;
c. If we reasonably suspect that you have engaged, or intend to engage in, illegal activity;
d. If we receive any take down or similar notices from a court or other authority;
e. If we are required to by law; or
f. If any invoice that we have issued to you is overdue.

 

20. TERMINATION OF SERVICES

20.1. If we have a fxed term agreement with you, it will roll over into a month to month agreement at the end of the fxed term, unless otherwise agreed in writing or unless terminated in accordance with clause 20.2 of this CRA.
20.2. The Services that we provide to you may be terminated in the following circumstances:

a. At the end of any fxed term, by either party providing the other party with at least thirty (30) days’ notice in writing to you;
b. During any month to month agreement, by either party providing the other party with at least thirty (30) days’ notice in writing;
c. If an event of Force Majeure has occurred and remains subsisting for at least fourteen
(14) days, by either party providing the other party with at least seven (7) days’ notice in writing;
d. If we relocate from the data centre that you are located in to another data centre, and if we are not reasonably able to transfer your Services, by either party providing the other party with at least thirty (30) days’ notice in writing;
e. If you commit a breach of this CRA, or any other document referred to in clause 1.1, and you fail to rectify that breach with fourteen (14) days of receiving a notice from us requiring you to rectify the breach;
f. If you commit a breach of this CRA that cannot be rectifed, or that constitutes a material breach, or that causes serious risk of loss or harm to us or our other customers or Suppliers;
g. If you or your representatives engage in conduct that is abusive, intimidating, or harassing towards our employees, and that conduct has continued after you have received two (2) written warnings; or
h. As otherwise agreed in writing.

20.3. You acknowledge and agree that if your Services are terminated for any reason;

a. All data stored with Apparition Online Pty Ltd on those Services will be deleted or destroyed within 48 hours of termination;
b. Apparition Online Pty Ltd cannot recover deleted or destroyed data; and
c. Apparition Online Pty Ltd is not liable for any loss or damage caused by the deletion or destruction of data.

21. FORCE MAJEURE

21.1. A Party is not liable for failure to perform its obligations under this Agreement if such failure is solely the result of the occurrence of an event of Force Majeure.
21.2. If a Party asserts that an event of Force Majeure pursuant to clause 21.1 caused a failure to perform its obligations under this Agreement, that Party must prove that:

a. It took all reasonable steps to minimise delay or damages caused by foreseeable events;
b. It substantially fulflled all non-excused obligations; and
c. It notifed the other Party of the likelihood or actual occurrence of the Force
Majeure event in a timely manner.

22. LIABILITY

22.1. You acknowledge and agree that all express or implied terms, conditions, warranties, statements, assurances and representations in relation to the provision of the Services by us are hereby excluded, with the exception of:

a. The terms and conditions of this CRA, the documents referred to in clause 1.1, and any additional terms and conditions or variations to which we both agree in writing;
b. Any conditions, warranties or requirements expressed or implied under the provisions of any legislation that cannot be contracted out of, including but not limited to the provisions of the Australian Consumer Law.

22.2. Our liability for you for direct loss is set out in our Service Level Agreement, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
22.3. You acknowledge and agree that our Service Level Agreement is in excess of your rights, and our obligations, under the Australian Consumer Law.
22.4. However, if our Service Level Agreement does not meet the requirements of the Australian Consumer Law, or if we are not permitted by law to exclude our liability, our liability will be limited, to the maximum extent permitted by law, to one or more of the following as determined by us in our absolute discretion:

a. The re-supply of the Services; or
b. The payment of the reasonable cost of having the Services re-supplied; or
c. The refund of any payments made to us by you for the relevant time period.

22.5. To the maximum extent permitted by law, and except as expressly provided in this CRA, we will not be liable for any consequential loss or damage, whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise, sustained by you in connection with or arising out of the provision of the Services by us, our Related Entities or our Suppliers.
22.6. Any advice, recommendation, information, assistance of service given by us in relation to the Services is given in good faith and is believed to be accurate, appropriate and reliable at the time it is given, but is provided without any warranty as to accuracy, appropriateness or reliability. To the maximum extent permitted by law, we do not accept any liability or responsibility or any loss or damage sufered as a result of your reliance on any such information, assistance or service.
22.7. You and any guarantor acknowledge and agree that you are jointly and severally liable for all obligations under this clause 22.

23. DISPUTE RESOLUTION

23.1. If any dispute arises out of, or in connection with, this CRA or the interpretation of its terms, a Party must not commence any court proceedings relating to that dispute unless this dispute resolution clause has been complied with, except:

a. Where that Party seeks urgent interlocutory relief; or
b. Where we are entitled to recover a debt owed to us by you.

23.2. A Party claiming that a dispute has arisen under or in relation to this Agreement must give written notice to the other parties specifying the nature of the dispute.
23.3. On receipt of that notice by the other parties, all of the Parties must use their best endeavours to resolve the dispute within a reasonable period of time.

24. GENERAL

24.1. If you make an Application which is either withdrawn before it is accepted, or rejected by us before any Services are provided, only clauses 1, 2, 3, 5, 22, 23 and 24 of this CRA are applicable.
24.2. Notices in writing may be sent by us to the contact email address provided by you from time to time. You acknowledge and agree that it is your responsibility to keep your contact details updated, and that notices sent by us to out of date contact details will be deemed to have been correctly served for the purposes of this CRA.
24.3. This CRA may only be amended in writing, signed by the Parties.
24.4. Time is of the essence in relation to the obligations contained in this CRA, unless
otherwise specifcally stated.
24.5. Each party shall take all steps, execute all documents and do everything reasonably required to give efect to this CRA.
24.6. This CRA is binding on the successors and permitted assigns of each party.
24.7. The provisions of this CRA will remain in full force and efect and be binding upon the
Parties after completion.
24.8. If part or all of any provision of this CRA is illegal or unenforceable then it may be severed from this CRA and the remaining provisions of this CRA will continue in full force and efect.
24.9. A waiver of any provision of this CRA or consent to any departure by a party from any provision of this CRA must be in writing and be signed by all parties and is efective only to the extent for which it is given.
24.10. This CRA contains the entire understanding between the Parties and all agreements, negotiations, understandings, representations, warranties, memoranda, or commitments in relation to or in any way afecting the subject matter of this CRA are superseded by this CRA and shall be of no force or efect whatsoever, except where specifcally listed in clause 1.1.
24.11. The Parties acknowledge that they have received or had the opportunity to receive independent legal advice in respect of the terms and efect of this CRA and do not rely upon any representations or warranties in entering into this CRA (other than those set out expressly within the CRA).
24.12. This CRA is governed by and must be construed in accordance with the laws of New South Wales and any Court which may have appeals from it and the parties are subject to the non- exclusive jurisdiction of those Courts.

25. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION

25.1. In this CRA, the following definitions apply unless the context otherwise
requires: “Administration Fee” means the sum of $15 for each overdue invoice. “Application” has the meaning set out in clause 2.1.
“Australian Consumer Law” means the provisions of Schedule 2 of Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).
“Co-Location Master Services Agreement” means the Co-Location Master Services Agreement set out in Schedule B, unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing.
“Corporations Act” means Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).
“CRA” means this Customer Relationship Agreement, including any
amendments or variations that may occur.
“Credit Assessment” means the credit assessment process set out in clause 3. “Customer” means the party that has agreed to the terms of this CRA.
“Disruption” means a material disruption to the Services provided by Apparition Online Pty Ltd to any customer or other party, or to the business operated by Apparition Online Pty Ltd.
“Fixed Term Contract” means a contract between Apparition Online Pty Ltd and the Customer that has a fxed term.
“Force Majeure” means an event outside the control of either Party including but not limited to natural disasters (including but not limited to fre, food, earthquake, storm, hurricane or other natural disaster), war, invasion, act of foreign enemies, hostilities (regardless of whether war is declared), civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, military or usurped power or confscation, terrorist activities, nationalisation, government sanction, blockage, embargo, labour dispute, strike, lockout or interruption or failure of electricity or telephone service.
“GST” has the meaning set out in the GST Act.
“GST Act” means A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 and its associated
regulations.
“Interest” means simple interest calculated daily at the applicable Reserve Bank of Australia cash rate plus two percent (2%).
“Managed Security Service” means a specifc agreement between Apparition Online Pty Ltd and the Customer whereby Apparition Online Pty Ltd agrees to maintain the security of your Services.
“Monthly Contract” means a contract between Apparition Online Pty Ltd and the Customer that does not have a fxed term and is able to be terminated by either party with one (1) months’ notice.
“Network” means the equipment, facilities and all other products or services that are used by Apparition Online Pty Ltd from time to time to provide the Products or Services to the Customer.
“Parties” means, collectively, Apparition Online Pty Ltd and the Customer. “Policies” means any policies set by Servers Australia from time to time.
“Pricing Schedule” means the pricing schedule agreed by Apparition Online Pty Ltd to the Customer.
“Privacy Policy” means the privacy policy of Apparition Online Pty Ltd.
“Products” means the products provided by Apparition Online Pty Ltd from time to time. “Related Entities” has the meaning defned in the Corporations Act.
“Reseller Agreement” means a written agreement between Apparition Online Pty Ltd and the Customer as agreed from time to time.
“Apparition Online Pty Ltd” means Apparition Online Pty Ltd.
“Service Description” means our standard service description describing the applicable Service and setting out specifc terms and conditions for the Service.
“Service Level Agreement” means the Service Level Agreement set out in Schedule A. If a separate Service Level Agreement has been entered into by Apparition Online Pty Ltd and the Customer, it replaces the Service Level Agreement set out in Schedule A.
“Service Schedule” means a written agreement setting out the terms and conditions of particular Services from time to time.
“Services” means the services provided by Apparition Online Pty Ltd from time to time. “Supplier” means any third party who supplies goods or services to us that we use to
supply the Services to you, or otherwise in the operation of our business.
“Third Party Products and Services” means services and products that are supplied by a third party to Apparition Online Pty Ltd for use in conjunction with the Services provided to you.
25.2. In this CRA, the following rules of interpretation apply unless the context otherwise requires:

a. references to “in writing” include, but are not limited to, emails, and notifcations and messages delivered through the online portal operated by Apparition Online Pty Ltd;
b. references to “you”, “your” and similar terms refers to the Customer who has entered into the CRA;
c. a reference to an individual or person includes a corporation, partnership, joint venture, association, authority, trust, state or government, and vice versa;
d. a reference to any legislation or legislative provision includes any statutory modifcation or re-enactment of, or legislative provision substituted for, and any subordinate legislation issued under that legislation or legislative provision;
e. the singular includes the plural and vice versa;
f. a reference to any gender includes all genders;
g. a reference to a clause or schedule is to a clause or schedule of this CRA;
h. a recital, schedule, annexure or a description of the parties forms part of this CRA;
i. a reference to any agreement or document is to that agreement or document (and, where applicable, any of its provisions), as amended, novated, supplemented or replaced from time to time;
j. a reference to any party to this CRA, or any other document or arrangement, includes that party’s executors, administrators, substitutes, successors and permitted assigns;
k. where an expression is defned, another part of speech or grammatical form of that expression has a corresponding meaning;
l. where an expression is defned anywhere in this CRA, it has the same meaning throughout;
m. a reference to any monetary amount is to an amount in Australian currency;
n. headings are for convenience of reference only and do not afect interpretation.

NETWORK UPTIME SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT

1.1. Apparition Online Pty Limited provides a Guarantee that if our Network Uptime is not 100%, you will receive a Credit calculated in accordance with and subject to the terms of this SLA.
1.2. In the event that our Network Uptime is not 100%, you will become eligible to request the following Credits for any Downtime:
(2.a) If our Network Uptime has an availability of less than 100% but equal to or more than 99.00% during a Month, you are entitled to a Credit of twenty fve (25) times the duration of the outage;
(2.b) If our Network Uptime has an availability of less than 99.00% during a Month, you are entitled to a one (1) month Credit;
1.3. The maximum amount of compensation that can be claimed pursuant to the Guarantee for any Downtime in a Month is one (1) month Credit. The compensation is payable by way of Credit only, and will not be paid as a refund or other type of payment.

2. HARDWARE SERVICE LEVEL AGREEEMENT

2.1. Apparition Online Pty Ltd provides a Hardware Guarantee
that if Faulty Hardware is not replaced within thirty (30) minutes of Servers Australia identifying the failure, you will receive a Credit calculated in accordance with and subject to the terms of this SLA.
2.2. In the event that the Hardware Guarantee is not met, you will become eligible to request a Credit of twenty (20) times the amount of Downtime that is over and above the initial thirty
(30) minute time period set out in clause 2.1.
2.3. The maximum amount of compensation that
can be claimed pursuant to the Hardware Guarantee for any Downtime in a Month is one (1) month Credit. The compensation is
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payable by way of Credit only, and will not be paid as a refund or other type of payment.
2.4. The Hardware Guarantee does not apply to the time required to perform software related maintenance and tasks in relation to the Faulty Hardware and the
replacement hardware, which includes but it not limited to:
(4.a) Rebuilding web accounts from
backups;
(4.b) Cloning hard drives;
(4.c) Reloading the operating
system;
(4.d) Reloading and confguring
applications; and
(4.e) Rebuilding RAID arrays.

3. HOW TO CLAIM AN SERVICE LEVEL AGREEEMENT

3.1. All requests for compensation must
be received within fve (5) business days of the relevant Downtime occurring.
Requests must be made via email to cx@serversaustralia.com.au
and include the following details:
(1.a) Date and time of the claimed Downtime;
(1.b) Service IDs of the services afected; and
(1.c) Any reference IDs or correspondence
relating to your claim.

4. NETWORK UPTIME SLA EXCLUSIONS

4.1. Many possible situations are completely beyond the control of Servers
Australia, and therefore are not in the scope of this SLA. These situations include:

(1.a) Scheduled Maintenance
Servers Australia requires from time to time the ability to perform maintenance on the network. Servers Australia will provide notifcation via email (to the technical and administrative contact listed in the Portal), to the following schedule:
Category                   Notice Period               Duration          Period
Consultative            As Agreed                      As Agreed.       As Agreed by Parties
Planned                   5 Business Days           <3 Hours          1:00am – 5:00am (AEST)
Unplanned               24 Hours                     <10 mins           1:00am – 5:00am (AEST)
Emergency               –                                    < 5 Mins              1:00am – 5:00am (AEST)

(1.b) Software Maintenance
If you choose to have Apparition Online Pty Ltd manage your server, occasional software updates will be required to address security or performance issues. Usually, little or no Downtime will be experienced, but we cannot guarantee this.
(1.c) Malicious Attacks
If a third party not associated with Apparition Online Pty Ltd initiates a “Denial of Service” or other form of disabling attack against your hosting or major portions of the Apparition Online Pty Ltd core network, Apparition Online Pty Ltd will do everything in
its power to stop the attack, but cannot guarantee a resolution time.
(1.d) Legal Actions
In the case that a legal action is taken against a customer of Servers
Australia and Apparition Online Pty Ltd is required to act in accordance with
the order,
Apparition Online Pty Ltd shall not be required to pay any compensation under this SLA.
(1.e) 3rd Party Software Issues
Any disruption to services caused by Third Party Products and Services, including but not limited to applications, control panels or custom software, is not within the control of Apparition Online Pty Ltd and is excluded from this SLA. Third Party Products and Services will be updated from time to time, and this may cause disruptions to the services that Apparition Online Pty Ltd provide to you. Apparition Online Pty Ltd will do everything reasonably possible to rectify such disruptions as a priority, but you acknowledge and agree that these issues are not within our control and that we are not liable for any loss
or damage caused.

Third Party Products and Services may include but are not limited to:
– cPanel
– Plesk
– VMware – Veeam

(1.f) Customer Breach
If you are in breach of any of your agreements with Apparition Online Pty Ltd when Downtime occurs, including but not limited to overdue accounts, you will not be entitled to make a claim under this SLA.

5. DISPUTE RESOLUTION

5.1. If a dispute arises in relation to this SLA, the following must apply:
(1.a) A party claiming that a dispute has arisen under or in relation to this SLA must
give written notice to the other party within fve (5) business days of becoming
aware of the existence of the dispute;
(1.b) The written notice must contain sufcient details of the claimed dispute to allow the
other party to become properly informed of all of the relevant issued;
(1.c) All of the parties must use their best endeavours to resolve the dispute within a
reasonable period of time after notice of the dispute is given and received; and
(1.d) You are not permitted to use or rely on the existence of the dispute to withhold,
ofset or otherwise delay any payments due to Apparition Online Pty Ltd.
5.2. A party must not commence any court proceedings relating to a dispute arising out of this SLA unless this dispute resolution clause has been complied with,
except where that party seeks urgent interlocutory relief.

6. AUSTRALIAN CONSUMER LAW

6.1. This clause 6 only applies if you are a consumer, as defned in section 3 of the
Australian Consumer Law, and if regulation 90 of Competition and Consumer
Regulations 2010 applies to your Services.
6.2. Our goods and service come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the
Australian Consumer Law. For major failures with the service, you are entitled:
(2.a) To cancel your service contract with us; and
(2.b) To a refund for the unused portion, or to compensation for its reduced value.
6.3. You are also entitled to choose a refund or replacement for major failures with goods. If a failure with the goods or service does not amount to a major failure, you are entitled to have the failure rectifed in a reasonable time. If this is not done you are entitled to a refund for the goods and to cancel the contract for the service and obtain a refund of any unused portion. You are also entitled to be compensated for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage from a failure in the goods and services.

7. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION

7.1. The defnitions and rules of interpretation in clause 25 of the CRA also apply to
this SLA.
7.2. The following additional defnitions apply in relation to this SLA:

“Australian Consumer Law” means Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth), schedule 2. “Credit” means a credit against future invoices issued by Apparition Online Pty Ltd in relation to services provided under the Sales Order, but excluding any licencing costs for any Third Party Products and Services.
“Downtime” means a period of time where we have not complied with our Guarantee. “Faulty Hardware” means dedicated server hardware provided by us that fails. “Guarantee” means the guarantee set out in clause 1.1.

“Hardware Guarantee” means the hardware guarantee set out in clause 2.1. “Month” means a calendar month that commences on the anniversary of the commencement of the relevant services as set out in the Sales Order.
“Network Uptime” means all major routing devices within our network are reachable 100% of the time.
“Portal” means the client portal made available by Servers Australia from time to time. “Sales Order” means a sales order placed by you and accepted by Servers Australia that incorporates this SLA.
“Servers Australia” means Servers Australia Pty Ltd (ACN: 125 037 443).

SCHEDULE B
CO-LOCATION MASTER SERVICES AGREEMENT

1. CO-LOCATION SERVICES
1.1. We will provide you with access to the Co-Location Facilities, subject to a valid Co- Location Sales Order being in place and subject to the terms of this MSA.
1.2. You acknowledge and agree that your Co-Location Sales Order and this MSA provides with you a licence to use the Co-Location Facilities only, and does not create any lease, right of access, or any other rights in the Co-Location Facilities.
1.3. Your access to the Co-Location Facilities must only occur through properly authorised personnel in accordance with our Policies and any requirements of the Third Party Suppliers as notifed to you from time to time.
2. TERM OF MSA
2.1. This MSA forms part of, and must be read in conjunction with the CRA. If the CRA is terminated for any reason, this MSA will simultaneously terminate.
2.2. If all of your Co-Location Sales Orders are terminated for reasons other than breach, but if there are still other Sales Orders in place, then this MSA will not terminate unless and until the CRA is terminated.
2.3. If the Co-Location Sales Orders or this MSA are terminated by us as a result of your breach, we may elect to terminate the CRA at our sole discretion.
2.4. If you are unable, or fail to, cure a breach of this MSA where that breach relates to only one Co-Location Facility, and where you have existing Co-Location Sales Orders that relate to more than one Co-Location Facility, we may elect to limit our termination rights to only be Co-Location Sales Orders that are connected to that breach.
2.5. If we have served you with a notice in accordance with clause 20.2.e of the CRA, we may restrict your access to the Co-Location Facilities during any time from the service of that notice until the breach is rectifed.
2.6. For the avoidance of doubt, clause 20 of the CRA applies to this MSA.
3. YOUR OBLIGATIONS 3.1. You must:
a. Comply with our Policies, and those of our Third Party Suppliers, in relation to access to the Co-Location Facilities, including but not limited to the persons who are permitted to access the Co-Location Facilities on your behalf, and any other security requirements;
b. Comply with any reasonable directions given by us, or a Third Party Supplier, in relation to access to or use of the Co-Location Facilities;

c. Ensure that any persons that you authorise to access the Co-Location Facilities on your behalf are approved by us in accordance with our reasonable requirements, and hold any security passes or identifcation directed by us or our Third Party Suppliers. In the event that any of your authorised persons ceased to be authorised by you, you must ensure that any security passes or other items or information that those persons had access to are surrendered and you must advise us immediately if there is any basis for suspecting that any such persons would be able to access the Co-Location Facilities after their authorisation has ceased;
d. Not permit any third party to access the Co-Location Facilities, except with our prior written consent which we may withhold at our sole discretion;
e. Advise us immediately if you become aware of any loss or damage within the Co- Location Facilities, regardless of the cause of such loss or damage;
f. Hold and comply with all relevant licences, permits or authorisations that you may be required to hold in order to lawfully receive or use the Co-Location Services;
g. Take good and proper care of all your equipment that you use in relation to the Co- Location Services;
h. Not engage in any illegal or unauthorised conduct, including but not limited to interfering with any services provided to any third party;
i. Use the Co-Location Services in accordance with the terms and conditions of this MSA, the CRA, our Policies, and any applicable industry standards.
4. POWER
4.1. Notwithstanding any other provision of the CRA, the rates and fees for the Power Services ordered by you will remain in efect for one year from the commencement of the relevant Co-Location Sales Order for such Power Services. Thereafter, the rates and fees for the Power Services will be subject to variation, at our reasonable discretion, upon 60 days prior notice to you.
4.2. If you exceed your Allocated Power, we may request, by providing you with notice in writing, that you reduce your usage of the Power Services to the Allocated Power levels within 30 days. If you do not comply with such notice, we may, at our sole discretion, serve you with a breach notice, or reduce the levels of power made available to you.
4.3. If you exceed your Allocated Power to an extent where it has a detrimental efect on other customers of us or the Third Party Supplier, or where there is a reasonable risk of damage to equipment in the Co-Location Facility, we may immediately and without notice to you reduce the supply of power to your Allocated Power levels.

5. SUB-LICENSING

5.1. You may Sub-License your space in the Co-Location Facilities provided that:

a. The terms and conditions of any such Sub-License must be no less restrictive than the terms of this MSA and any other applicable requirements;
b. The Sub-Licenses must terminate on or before the termination of your rights to receive Co-Location Services pursuant to this MSA;
c. You must not, in your dealings with any Sub-Licensee or otherwise, purport to act on behalf of or otherwise represent us or any of our Related Entities;
d. You must require the Sub-Licensee to conform with any rules or regulations regarding the use of the Co-Location Facilities as set out in our Policies, or any policies or other directions of Third Party Suppliers from time to time;
e. You must require that any Sub-Licensees have insurance policies in place to the same or greater extent as the insurance policies that we require you to have in place pursuant to clause 8 of this MSA, and must obtain regular certifcates of currency from Sub-Licensees to ensure that this requirement is being complied with.

5.2. For the avoidance of doubt, you are solely responsible to us for the performance of all of your obligations under this MSA, and the sub-licensing some or all of the Co-Location Services does not derogate from your obligations.
5.3. You acknowledge and agree that you are liable to us to fullest extent permitted by law for any loss or damage caused by your Sub-Licensees.
5.4. You must ensure that all of your Sub-License agreements do not have any terms, whether express or implied, that:
a. Are inconsistent with this MSA or any other document that forms part of your agreement with us; or
b. Seek to provide the Sub-Licensee with rights that you do not have under this MSA. For the avoidance of doubt, this includes but is not limited to providing or purporting to provide any Sub-Licensee with any right to use the Co-Location Facilities in any manner that you are not permitted to.
5.5. You acknowledge and agree that your Sub-Licensees do not have any rights that are separate from, or in addition to, your rights to access to Co-Location Facilities.
5.6. You must ensure that the Sub-Licensees will not further sub-license, delegate, assign, or otherwise transfer their rights to use the Sub-licensed Space, or access the Co-Location Facilities, to any other person or entity without our prior written consent, which may be withheld at our sole discretion.

6. REMOVAL OF EQUIPMENT

6.1. Upon termination of part or all of a Co-Location Sales Order for whatever reason, you must immediately remove all of your associated equipment and other property from the Co- Location Facility. For the avoidance of doubt, you must not remove any wiring, cabling, equipment, or property that is owed by us or the Third Party Suppliers.
6.2. If you do not remove your equipment and property in accordance with clause 6.1, we may, at our sole discretion:
a. Remove all of your equipment and property, and store it at your risk and expense;
b. Remove all of your equipment and property and arrange for delivery to your last notifed address, at your risk and expense;
c. Take any action permitted by law in relation to the disposal of uncollected goods; or
d. Take any other action permitted by law.
6.3. Notwithstanding clause 6.1, if you owe us any amounts under the CRA or MSA then we may retain a lien over your equipment until all outstanding amounts are paid.

7. INSURANCE

7.1. You must maintain, at your own expense and during any time in which a Co- Location Sales Order is efective, the following insurance policies:

a. Public liability insurance in an amount of not less than $20 million that applies in relation to the Co-Location Services, and access to the Co-Location Facilities by you and any of your Sub-Licensees;
b. Workers compensation insurance in an amount not less than that prescribed by law; and
c. Any other insurance policy that we deem to be reasonably necessary from time to time.

7.2. You warrant and agree that you will comply with all terms of the insurance policies that you have in place, and that will advise us immediately if any insurance policy that you have in place ceases to be efective.
7.3. Upon request, you must provide us with copies of certifcates of currency evidencing that the insurance policies set out in clause 7.1 are in place, and any other further documentation in this regard that we reasonably require.

8. RELOCATION

8.1. This clause applies in addition to, and without derogating from, clause 9.4 of the CRA.
8.2. You acknowledge and agree that we may require you to relocate your equipment and other property within the Co-Location Facility, or change the location of the Co- Location Facility specifed in your Co-Location Sales Order, provided that;
a. we give you at least thirty (30) days prior written notice;
b. the direct costs of the relocation are at our reasonable expense;
c. the new location will be of equivalent or better technical specifcations; and
d. we do all things reasonably necessary to minimise disruptions to you.

9. WARRANTIES AND INDEMNITIES

9.1. You agree to use the Co-Location Facilities at your own risk.
9.2. You warrant and agree that you will release us, and the Third Party Suppliers, to the fullest extent permitted by law, from any and all claims and demands of any kind, and from all liability which may arise in respect of any accident, damage or injury occurring to any person or property at or in connection with the Co- Location Facilities.
9.3. You warrant that you will indemnify us against all claims, action, losses, and expenses of any nature which we may sufer, incur, become liable, or otherwise be required to respond to or defend, in respect of or arising out of:
e. Any negligent or careless use or misuse by you, or any persons under your control or authority, of the Co-Location Facilities or any of the services provided to you in connection with Co-Location Facilities, or arising out of any faulty installation, fxture, or ftting of any equipment or other items in the Co-Location Facilities by you; and
f. Any accident, damage to property, injury, or death sufered by any person that arises out of your negligent or careless use or misuse of the Sub-Licensed Space or the Co- Location Facilities.
10. ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS
10.1. The defnitions and rules of interpretation in clause 25 of the CRA also apply to
this MSA.
10.2. The following additional defnitions apply in relation to this MSA:
“Allocated Power” means the power allocation specifed in the Co-Location Sales Order, or any other written agreement between the parties.
“Co-Location Facilities” means the data centres specifed in the Co-Location Sales Order, being data centres controlled by Third Party Suppliers which are used in connection with the Co-Location Services.
“Co-Location Sales Order” means a Sales Order that includes Co-Location Services.
“Co-Location Services” means the services specifed in the Co-Location Sales Order.
“MSA” means this schedule to the CRA.
“Power Services” means the supply of power as specifed in the Co-Location Sales Order.
“Sub-License” means the sub-license between you and the Sub-Licensee.
“Sub-Licensed Space” means the space in the Co-Location Facilities that is subject to a Sub- License from you to a Sub-Licensee.
“Sub-Licensee” means a third party who Sub-Licenses the Sub-Licensed Space from you.
“Third Party Suppliers” means a third party that controls the Co-Location Facilities.

 

 

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