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Limitation of Liability
To the maximum extent permitted by law, in no event shall the Company be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential damages or any damages whatsoever including, without limitation, damages for loss of use, data or profits, arising out of, or in any way connected with the use or performance of this website, or of any site or resource linked to, referenced, or accessed through this website, or for the use or downloading of, or access to, any materials, information, products or services.
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From time to time, other websites may provide links to this website. No such links shall imply any relationship or connection between the Company and the operator of the website containing the link to this website. The Company has no liability to you arising out of your use of any website that provides links to this website.
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The Company makes no claim or representations regarding the third party trademarks, which are the property of their respective owners.
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Last updated: September 2015
Standard Terms of Purchase
1. These terms apply to all goods purchased by Metal Manufactures Pty Limited (“the Company”). These terms override all terms proposed by any supplier including terms set out on any invoice or other documents delivered with the goods. If other terms are proposed these terms are deemed to be reoffered to and accepted by the supplier or their agents on delivering the goods. These terms may be varied at any time by the Company. The terms at the time of ordering of goods will prevail if there is any conflict.
2. These terms constitute the entire agreement. No other representations are made by the Company in relation to the purchase of goods. These terms may only be varied or additional terms incorporated (other than terms of the product description, quantity, indicative price and delivery instructions set out on each order) if in writing signed by a representative of the Company of the status of General Manager or above. If any trading agreement exists between the Company and the supplier these terms nevertheless apply to all goods supplied which are also covered by the trading agreement though, if there is an inconsistency with these terms, the trading agreement will prevail to the extent of any inconsistency. No trading agreement will legally bind the Company or the supplier unless in writing and signed by a representative of the Company of the status of General Manager or above, and the supplier.
Ordering, Acceptance and Price
3. A purchase order (“order”) once placed by the Company and accepted by the supplier is revocable only by the Company. The supplier accepts an order by commencing to process it and may not withdraw from the supply of goods set out in any accepted order at any time without the prior written approval of the Company. Prices set out or referred to directly or indirectly on any order are fixed and may not be varied.
4. The supplier is responsible for any misinterpretation or errors appearing on any order.
5. Unless otherwise specified in writing, all prices referred to on orders are strictly net FIS based on the quantity and the pack sizes set out in the order. Prices may not be varied due to and may not be adjusted according to any change in any costs of the supplier or variation in quantity or pack sizes. Prices are exclusive of GST unless otherwise stated.
6. The supplier is responsible for the following costs and charges, unless otherwise specified in the order:-
-drums, cases, pallets and general and special packaging (“packaging”);
-special tooling requirements;
-freight and unloading;
-insurance for goods in transit until risk passes; and
-all delivery charges and all statutory taxes and charges.
7. Goods ordered may not be substituted unless approved by the Company in writing. If specified goods are unavailable or quantity and pack sizes vary from that set out in the order the supplier must immediately on receipt of the order advise the Company. This does not effect the supplier’s liability as otherwise contained in these terms.
8. If the Company requests, the supplier agrees to make available any goods for inspection or for carrying out of any tests or certification processes. Tests or processes will be carried out by or at the direction of the relevant customer of the Company at the customer’s cost and the supplier’s risk. By providing goods for inspection or for testing or processing pursuant to this clause the Company expressly does not assume any responsibility for the goods whatsoever including any liability if the results of the tests or processes carried out are wrong.
9. The supplier must have available for supply identical replacement and spare parts for all goods on reasonable commercial terms for ten years from the date of delivery of the goods. If the goods or replacement or spare parts are to become obsolete the supplier must give the Company at least 12 months written notice but this does not effect the supplier’s liability otherwise contained in these terms.
Packaging and Delivery
10. All goods are to be packed to ensure delivery in an undamaged condition and in such a size and manner that they may safely be unloaded and handled by the supplier and its agent and in due course by the Company and the Company’s customers. No alterations to standard packaging are acceptable.
11. The supplier must promptly, following the unpacking of goods, collect all packaging of which title does not pass to the Company or the customer on delivery from the delivery point or such other location as the Company advises. The Company is not responsible for any damage or loss of any packaging and may treat packaging as being abandoned if such packaging is not promptly collected after unpacking.
12. Delivery instructions (including without limitation, date, time, delivery point and authorised person to accept the goods) are fundamental conditions of supply and the supplier shall deliver the goods in accordance with the delivery instructions set out on orders or otherwise agreed by the Company and the supplier (“delivery instructions”).
13. Delivery is at the supplier’s cost and risk. The supplier is responsible for all expenses and/ or losses, both consequential and indirect, incurred by the Company and/ or its customers due to failure by the supplier to deliver in accordance with the delivery instructions.
14. Delivery will be to the Company’s Service Centre issuing the order or at any other delivery address as specified in the delivery instructions. The supplier will provide all necessary labour and equipment to safely off load and place goods into store or to a location as directed by the authorised person at the delivery address.
15. Delivery must be acknowledged by a delivery docket or manifest quoting the relevant delivery docket number being signed off by an employee of the Company or such other person as specified in the delivery instructions (“authorised persons”) and the signed off delivery docket or manifest must be maintained by the supplier as a record of receipt for a period of at least 7 years.
16. Acceptance of delivery of the goods by the Company or its customers will not under any circumstances be deemed to be acceptance of the condition or correctness of goods ordered nor effect the Company’s option to return the goods.
17. All orders must be delivered in accordance with delivery instructions. Orders may not be delivered by instalments except when expressly stated in the delivery instructions.
18. The supplier is to provide the Company and its customers with all relevant documents required under all health and safety and environmental laws and standards.
19. The supplier is to maintain Material Safety Data Sheets (“MSDS”) for all goods sold and to make these available to the Company on request by the Company. MSDS must show: the raw products constituting each product; the health effects of the product and first-aid instructions; precautions for use; safe handling and storage information; and are to be non-technical, in clear English with reference to Australian conditions, legislative requirements and protective equipment.
20. If the supplier has goods that contain asbestos or asbestos related materials, hazardous or carcinogenic substances, then the supplier must give written notice to the Company forthwith following receipt of the order and the supplier must affix to the goods the documents and information referred to in clause 18 and 19.
21. Title and risk passes to the Company on: placing the goods into store at the Company’s Service Centre issuing the order, or as directed by the authorised person to any other delivery address as specified in the delivery instructions.
Invoicing and Payment
22. Invoices for goods delivered are to accompany each goods delivery or be received by the Company within 5 days of that goods delivery. Invoices must include the relevant order number, comply with tax invoice requirements and set out GST at the end of each invoice and not on each product line. If an invoice complying with these requirements is not received by the Company within 30 days of the date of delivery of the relevant goods then the supplier has no claim for payment for such goods.
23. Invoices may be delivered with goods when the goods are delivered to the Company’s Service Centre issuing the order. If delivery is made to any other delivery address then the invoice is to be posted to the Company’s Service Centre issuing the order.
24. Payment will be made 60 days from the end of the month in which the goods were delivered and invoiced (“payment date”). In the event payment is not made by the payment date the supplier has no right to suspend or cancel undelivered orders, to charge interest or any surcharge, administration or other fee, or to take proceedings for recovery, without giving the Company 21 days written notice and consulting with the Company. The Company may deduct from payment otherwise due retention amounts, discounts, credit returns, rebates or other monies whatsoever owing from the supplier to the Company including on account of equitable or other set off.
25. Credit requests of the supplier may be made from time to time. A credit request will be deemed accepted by the supplier unless the supplier disputes the credit request in writing with full supporting explanation and documentation within 30 days of the date of the credit request.
26. The supplier must provide to the Company tax adjustment notes and any other relevant GST documentation regarding discounts, credit returns, rebates and other monies owing from the supplier to the Company within 28 days of the relevant transaction.
27 If the Company holds goods on consignment then:-
– the supplier remains the owner and the Company is only a bailee;
– the Company is not obliged to store the goods separately from any other goods, keep them identifiable as the supplier’s goods and/ or maintain proper records of any sale or disposal of the goods;
– the supplier bears all risk in respect of the goods and must fully insure them; and
– orders for consignment stock, which is sold by the Company will be issued in accordance with the Company’s standard consignment stock procedure. The date of order will be deemed to be the date of delivery for the purpose of these terms.
Warranty and Indemnity
28. The supplier acknowledges that the Company is a wholesaler and, it does not manufacture nor warrant products sold by it nor does it hold sufficient technical expertise and skill to evaluate a customer’s requirements or orders but, notwithstanding, may suffer some liability to its customers.
29. The supplier warrants that all information contained in catalogues, price lists, photographs, brochures and other illustrations or advertising material and drawings and information otherwise directly or indirectly produced by the supplier is accurate and correct and is not misleading or deceptive in any way and that the supplier has the necessary expertise and qualifications to provide that information.
30. In addition to any warranties implied by law, the supplier expressly warrants that all goods supplied by it are free from defects in their manufacture and workmanship; of the description and quality of samples previously supplied; as specified in an order and/ or Material Data Sheet; of merchantable quality; fit for all purposes expressly or impliedly represented; and comply with all applicable Australian laws, including without limitation, those relating to health and safety and environmental laws and standards.
31. The supplier warrants to promptly and fully discharge all claims under all express and implied product warranties associated with the goods supplied by the supplier.
32. The supplier unconditionally and forever indemnifies the Company and all its officers and employees against any loss they may suffer as a result of a breach by the supplier of these terms and any liability they may suffer in connection with the ordering, stocking and resale of goods supplied by the supplier. This indemnity extends to liability arising as a result of breach of contract or at common law including in relation to negligence and includes for loss of profit, damage to property or personal injury and whether these loss or damages arise directly, indirectly, incidentally or consequently together with all legal costs incurred by them on an indemnity basis to defend or prosecute any claim involving the Company and goods supplied by the supplier other than proceedings to the extent to which they relate to the recovery of a debt due from the Company’s customers to the Company.
Return of Goods
33. The Company may return all or any goods, for any reason whatsoever within six months of delivery, notwithstanding that the goods may have been tested, installed, invoiced, paid, damaged or without original or other packaging. The Company will receive a full credit for the cost of all returned goods (including freight charges) without any service, restocking or other charge or fee by the supplier. The full credit may be deducted off the Company’s next payment to the supplier or if there is no outstanding amount owing to the supplier then a full refund is to be paid by the supplier to the Company within 30 days of the date of return of the goods.
34. If goods are to be returned, they will at all times be taken as being held by the Company or the Company’s customers at the supplier’s risk. The supplier is to pay the freight and other cost of returning the goods unless the reason for return is directly and wholly caused by an error of the Company or the Company’s customers in which case only the freight for the return will be paid for by the Company. The supplier has the risk for goods lost or damaged in transit during return to the supplier.
35. Where goods supplied are returned by the Company’s customers to the Company for any reason, delivery of those goods will be taken as being accepted on behalf of the supplier and the supplier agrees to give the Company a full credit not including freight costs for the goods and indemnifies the Company for any liability in relation to the goods.
36. Where, notwithstanding clauses 33, 34 and 35 hereof, the supplier disputes any return of goods whether to the Company by the customer or to the supplier by the Company, it must do so in writing with full supporting explanation and documentation within 30 days of such return failing which the supplier is barred from disputing the Company’s or customer right to return the goods and is deemed to have accepted liability for those goods in accordance with these terms.
37. The supplier must not advertise or publish that the supplier and the Company have a contract for the supply of goods or to refer to the Company in any advertising and/ or merchandising material without first obtaining the prior written consent of the Company.
38. The supplier must not reproduce, modify, amend or publish, or allow to be reproduced, modified, amended or published, the Company’s registered or unregistered trade marks, names or logos without first obtaining the prior written consent of the Company.
Personal Properties Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (the PPS Act)
39. The supplier acknowledges that a Security Interest (as defined in the PPS Act) has been or will be created by reason of or arising out of the supply of the goods. The supplier must not cause or permit the goods to be the subject of any other Security Interest.
40. If any dispute arises in relation to goods or services supplied by the supplier to the Company the Company may by notice to the supplier at any time prior to determination by a court require that such dispute or part thereof be determined by arbitration according to law. The arbitration is to be conducted in accordance with the relevant Commercial Arbitration Act (of whatever name) of the State or Territory nominated as being the governing law and in the capital city of that State or Territory. The Company may, give notice that any dispute with the supplier is arbitrated with any other dispute relating to the same goods or issues. There is to be a single arbitrator appointed by agreement or failing agreement by the president of the law society of that State or Territory. The arbitrator’s decision is final and binding subject to any right of appeal under the relevant Commercial Arbitration Act.
41. The reference of a dispute to arbitration does not affect the supplier’s obligation to supply and deliver the goods in accordance with any order pending the resolution of any dispute whether referred to arbitration or otherwise. Payment for goods which are the subject of a dispute which is being referred to or determined by arbitration, is to be deferred until the arbitrator makes a determination or there is a decision on any appeal.
42. These terms will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of a State or Territory of Australia as the Company directs in writing when the dispute arises and the supplier irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of a competent court in the capital city of that State or Territory.
43. Expressions defined in brackets in these terms will be given the meaning where defined throughout these terms whether or not the definition is used again before or after where the expression is defined.
44. Failure by the Company to insist on performance of these terms or exercise any right or remedy for breach, is not a waiver of any other non performance or breach.
45. If any of these terms are or later become illegal or unenforceable, the illegal or unenforceable part of those terms are taken to be severed from these terms, but all other terms remain in place.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE
In the Standard Terms of Purchase and these Special Conditions of Purchase:
Agreement means the Company’s Purchase Order, the Standard Terms of Purchase and these Special Conditions of Purchase together with any Specification.
Australian Standards are those documents published by Standards Australia from time to time setting out applicable specifications and procedures with respect to certain goods, services and systems.
Claim means any claim, notice, demand, action, proceeding, litigation, investigation or judgment, whether based in contract, tort, statute or otherwise.
Law includes any decree, statute, Act, regulation, rule, ordinance, proclamation, delegated legislation, by-law, judgment or rule of common law or equity.
Liabilities means all liabilities, losses, damages, outgoings, costs and expenses of whatever description.
Specification means details of the design and material of Goods being supplied as agreed between the Company and the supplier and set out in writing and signed by the Company and the supplier.
1. Where these Special Conditions of Purchase apply as stated in a Purchase Order the provisions of Metal Manufactures Pty Limited Standard Terms of Purchase also apply with the exception of clause 30 (Warranty).
2. In addition to any warranties implied by Law, the supplier warrants that the goods and all components of the goods:
a. are of merchantable condition, fit for their intended purpose and free from defects;
b. comply with their Specification, all relevant Laws, and Australian Standards;
c. comply with any functional and performance criteria agreed by the supplier in writing and any relevant Australian Standards and Codes;
d. do not infringe any patent, trade mark, copyright or other intellectual property rights or interests of any third party; and
e. comply with all relevant consumer safety standards relating to the Goods.
for a period of 2 years from their Date of Delivery (“Warranty Period”).
3. If any of the goods become defective or otherwise in breach of a warranty in clause 2 during the Warranty Period, upon notification by the Company to the supplier of any Claim by the Company or the Company’s customer that the goods have become defective, or otherwise in breach of a warranty in clause 2, the supplier shall promptly, and no later than 2 days following receipt of such notification, attend the site at which the goods are installed as advised by the Company to the supplier and repair or replace the goods to the reasonable satisfaction of the Company at the sole cost of the supplier including, but not limited to, the removal and transportation costs, labour costs and the costs of replacing or providing new parts for the goods.
4. If any of the goods fail to comply with the warranties referred to in clause 2, the supplier shall replace those goods with goods that so comply as provided in clause 3 hereof.
5. The warranties referred to in clause 2 shall apply to the repaired or replaced goods from the date of their repair or replacement as the case may be for the Warranty Period.
6. If the supplier fails to comply with the provisions of clauses 3 or 4 hereof within the time specified therein the Company may, without notice to the supplier, replace the goods with similar goods and all costs and expenses incurred by the Company in so effecting the replacement of the goods including, but not limited to, the cost of labour (“the Company’s Replacement Costs”), shall be payable by the supplier to the Company as provided in clause 7.
7. The supplier shall pay to the Company the Company’s Replacement Costs within 7 days of receipt of the Company’s notification of the amount of those costs which shall be a debt due and owing by the supplier to the Company on and from the date of such notification.
8. The supplier must at its own expense procure and maintain the insurances specified below (Insurance Policies) with reputable financially secure insurers (with a Standard and Poors (or equivalent) rating of not less than A minus).
9. Before commencing the supply of goods to the Company, the supplier must lodge with Company certificates of currency or such other evidence as is required by Company regarding the Insurances at any time during the course of supply of goods by the supplier to the Company.
10. The supplier must:
a. observe and perform all terms and conditions of such Insurances and pay all supplier deductibles;
b. ensure Company is not prejudiced by any breach of the conditions of the insurances by the supplier;
c. give prompt notice of any loss or claim to the insurer; and
d. notify Company in writing as soon as practicable after providing notice of any loss or claim to the insurer, or after receiving any notice of cancellation or any change in any policy of insurance that will have a material effect on the cover required to be taken out by the supplier in accordance with this Agreement.
11. If the supplier fails to take out any of the insurances required under this clause, Company may at its sole option take out and maintain such insurances and deduct the costs from any moneys due to the supplier.
12. The supplier indemnifies and shall keep indemnified the Company against all Claims and Liabilities made against or suffered by the Company arising as a result of the supplier failing to take out or maintain any of the insurances required under this clause.
13. Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Insurance
a. Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Insurance covering all Claims and Liabilities under any Law, and where common law claims are allowed outside of the statutory scheme, for employer’s liability at common law, for the death of or injury to:
i. any person employed by the supplier in connection with this Agreement; and
ii. any person who is a worker of the supplier or any of its sub- suppliers in connection with this Agreement , or who may be deemed under applicable Law to be a worker or any sub-supplier of the supplier in connection with this Agreement.
b. These insurances must be endorsed to indemnify the Company (for both benefits under the State Workers’ Compensation Legislation applicable to the supplier and at common law) and to waive any rights of subrogation the insurer may otherwise have had against the Company.
14. General Public and Products Liability Insurance
a. General public and products liability insurance with a limit of liability of not less than the sum of $50m for any one occurrence, covering liability for:
i. personal injury, disease or illness (including metal illness) or death; and
ii. loss of, damage to, or loss of use of, real or personal property and consequential loss, arising as a direct result of damage to real property covered by supplier’s general Public and Products Liability Insurance.
arising out of the performance of this Agreement. This insurance must be extended to cover liability for:
iii. any plant and equipment of the Company in the care, custody or control of the supplier, except to the extent such plant and equipment is otherwise insured against the risk of loss or damage under other insurances required to be effected pursuant to this Agreement;
iv. the use of unregistered motor vehicles or unregistered mobile plant and equipment used in connection with this Agreement; and
b. A comprehensive motor vehicle policy and statutory CTP insurance covering registered vehicles used by supplier as a tool of trade in the performance of this Agreement.
c. Such insurances must be endorsed:
iii. to provide principal’s liability cover in respect of any liability of the Company arising from the supply of the goods pursuant to this Agreement;
iv. with a cross-liabilities clause in which the insurer agrees that the policy applies as if a separate policy was issued to each beneficiary (with the exception of limits of liability); and
v. with a severability and non-imputation stipulation, so that a breach of any term of the policy or of the duty of disclosure by one insured will not disentitle other named insureds or noted interest beneficiaries to coverage.
15. Marine Insurance
Marine insurance, covering all insurable risks of physical loss or damage to the Goods occurring at any time while in transit or in storage in the ordinary course of transit up to the place for delivery of the goods. Such insurance must:
a. cover the goods on a declared value basis for their full invoice value at the place for delivery of the goods; and
b. incorporate, as applicable, the Institute of London Underwriters standard clauses for Marine Cargo (A) or marine inland transit insurance.
12 Days of Christmas Promotion T&Cs
Terms & Conditions:
1. The promotion will commence 26 October 2020 and finish on 30 November 2020.
2. Purchases made in any Greentech Stores in Australia. Every $1000 inc gst spent on Goodwe Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win a OLED LG 65” TV 4K. Every $1000 inc gst spent on Goodwe GE Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win a Series 6 Apple Watch GPS + Cellular 44mm Space Grey Aluminium Case. Every $1000 inc gst spent on Canadian Solar Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win one of 2 prizes of a Apple Airpods with Charging Case and a Dyson V11 Outsize Cordeless Handstick Vacuum. Every $1000 inc gst spent on Seraphim Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win one of 2 prizes of a Series 6 Apple Watch GPS + Cellular 44mm Space Grey Aluminium Case and Apple Airpods with Charging Case. Every $1000 inc gst spent on Clenergy Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win one of 6 prizes of an Oculus Rift S PC-Powered VR Gaming Headset, a PS5 PlayStation 5 Console, a $1000 Bunnings Voucher, a Weber Family Q (Q3100), a Pryml Titan Fishing Kayak Pack and a DeLonghi Automatic PrimaDonna Class Coffee Machine. Every $1000 inc gst spent on Solis Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win a $2000 Red Balloon Voucher. Every $1000 inc gst spent on Q Cells Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win a Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inch 1TB Wi Fi. Every $1000 inc gst spent on LG Chem Products between 26/10/20 – 30/11/20 receives 1 ticket into the draw to win one of 2 prizes of a LG 770W 7.1.4 Dolby Audi Channel Soundbar and a LG 65” Smart TV 4K. Every $1000 inc gst spent on SMA Products will go into the draw for that Store of Purchase to win a $2200 MM Adventure Voucher. There is 1 Voucher per Greentech Store on offer (20 stores total).
3. Entry is open to all current Greentech Store Customers over the age of 18 years old.
4. The Prize Draws will take place at 10am on 4/12/20 at Unit 12/36 Ralph Street Alexandria NSW 2015.
5. All winners will be notified by phone or email by the promoter MM Electrical Merchandising Pty Ltd ABN 13 003 762 641.
6. The Total Prize Pool is up to $65,310 (inc gst).
7. Prizes to be won are 1 x $2000 Red Balloon Voucher, 1 x OLED LG TV 65” 4K (Value $4495), 2 x Series 6 Apple Watch GPS + Cellular 44mm Space Grey Aluminium Case (Value $800 each), 2 x Apple Airpods with Charging Case (Value $300 each), 1 x Dyson V11 Outsize Cordeless Handstick Vacuum (Value $1300), 1 x Oculus Rift S PC-Powered VR Gaming Headset (Value $635), 1 x PS5 PlayStation 5 Console (Value $749), 1 x Pryml Titan Fishing Kayak Pack (Value $699), 1 x $1000 Bunnings Voucher, 1 x Weber Family Q Q3100 (Value $789), 1 x DeLonghi Automatic PrimaDonna Class Coffee Machine (Value $1500), 1 x Apple iPad Pro 12.9 inch 1TB Wi Fi (Value $2749) 1 x LG 770W 7.1.4 Dolby Audi Channel Soundbar (Value $1699), 1 x LG 65” Smart TV 4K (Value $1495) and 20 x $2200 MM Adventure Voucher (Value $44,000).
8. Winners will be published on the website http://www.mmem.com.au/greentechwinners on 21/12/20. .
9. A further draw will take place in 4 weeks at 10am on 4/1/21 at Unit 12/36 Ralph Street Alexandria NSW 2015 if prizes remain unclaimed. Winners of any unclaimed prizes will be published on the website http://www.mmem.com.au/greentechwinners on 15/1/21
10. Prize will be delivered to the winners domiciled Greentech Branch within twenty eight days for them to pickup unless otherwise arranged with the winner.
11. The prizes cannot be be exchanged for cash, or for any other consideration otherwise than in accordance with this promotion.
12. The Promoter accepts no liability or responsibility for any tax liabilities which may be imposed as a result of prizes being won under the promotion. Please consult your tax agent for further rulings.
14. You are deemed to have read, accepted and be bound by these conditions.
15. The promoter and its associated agencies and companies accept no responsibility for late, lost or damaged goods.
16. The Promoter is MM Electrical Merchandising Pty Ltd ABN 13 003 762 641, 19-21 Loyalty Rd North Rocks NSW 2151.
Authorised under ACT Permit TP 20/01409 SA Permit T20/1268 NSW Permit TP/00412
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