- Time Limitation:
Customers must report any claims of damages within 3 calendar days following the completion of the job. Failure to do so waives certain remedies.
Customers may purchase insurance at their own cost to cover damage or loss for which we are exempt from liability.
If we are liable for any damage or loss, we may choose to repair the damage or compensate for depreciated value as specified in Sections 7 and 8.
Customers agree to indemnify us for third-party claims and charges related to our services.
- Assignability and Subcontracting:
We may assign or subcontract our rights and obligations without customer consent.
Our failure to insist on strict performance or delays in exercising rights do not waive those rights.
- Cumulative Remedies:
Specific remedies in this agreement are cumulative with other rights and remedies available to either party.
- Joint and Several Liability:
If multiple customers are involved, they are jointly and severally liable for all obligations.
This section outlines the methods for delivering notices.
- Successors and Assigns:
The agreement is binding on parties and their successors and assigns.
- Governing Law and Jurisdiction:
The agreement is governed by the laws of the Province of British Columbia, with exclusive jurisdiction in its courts.
Headings are for reference purposes only.
If any part of the agreement is invalid or unenforceable, it doesn’t affect the overall agreement.
Amendments require consent from both parties and must be in writing and signed by authorized representatives.
Schedules are incorporated by reference.
- Joint and Several Liability (Repeated for clarity).
This agreement takes precedence over any conflicting terms and conditions issued by either party.
- Entire Agreement:
The agreement supersedes all prior negotiations, arrangements, agreements, and understandings, either oral or written.
All references to amounts in the agreement are in lawful money of Canada.