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TERMS of SALE
I. GRAINGER STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please read these terms and conditions carefully. Theycontain important information concerning customer?s (?Customer?) legal rights,warranties, obligations and available dispute resolutions remedies. They alsoprovide that if Grainger is unable to resolve any matter to Customer?ssatisfaction, Customer will exclusively use arbitration to decide the disputeand Customer will bring its claim solely on an individual basis and not in aclass action or representative proceeding.
Grainger reserves the right to revise these Terms andConditions at any time.
2. Sales Tax.
Customer is responsible for payment of all applicable stateand local taxes.
4. Product Compliance and Suitability.
Jurisdictions have varying laws, codes and regulationsgoverning construction, installation, and/or use of products for a particularpurpose. Certain products may not be available for sale in all areas. Graingerdoes not guarantee compliance or suitability of the products it sells with anylaws, codes or regulations, nor does Grainger accept responsibility forconstruction, installation and/or use of a product. It is Customer\'sresponsibility to review the product application and all applicable laws, codesand regulations for each relevant jurisdiction to be sure that theconstruction, installation, and/or use involving the products are compliant.
5. Modification of Terms.
Grainger?s acceptance of any order is subject to Customer?sassent to all of the terms and conditions set forth herein. Customer\'s assentto these terms and conditions shall be presumed from Customer\'s receipt ofGrainger?s acknowledgment, or from Customer?s acceptance of all or any part ofthe products ordered. No additions or modifications of Grainger?s terms andconditions by Customer shall be binding upon Grainger, unless agreed to inwriting by an authorized representative of Grainger. If a purchase order orother correspondence submitted by Customer contains terms or conditionscontrary or in addition to the terms and conditions contained herein or inGrainger?s acknowledgment, Grainger?s fulfillment of any such purchase ordershall not be construed as assent to any of the terms and conditions proposed byCustomer, and will not constitute a waiver by Grainger of any of the terms andconditions contained herein or in Grainger?s acknowledgment. Grainger reservesthe right to accept or reject any order. Grainger reserves the right to limitthe total quantity of items purchased per order and the number of individualorders placed per Customer per day.
6. Complete Agreement.
The terms and conditions in: (i) Grainger?s forms; (ii)acknowledgments; (iii) quotations; (iv) invoices; (v) web sites; (vi) catalogs;and (vii) extension of credit are incorporated herein by reference, andconstitute the entire and exclusive agreement between Customer and Grainger.
Business Customers represent that any person accepting theseTerms of Sale on behalf of the Business Customer is authorized to do so andthat all employees and representatives of the Business Customer who accessgrainger.com or any other Grainger website or application on behalf of theBusiness Customer or otherwise purchase products from Grainger on behalf of BusinessCustomer have the legal right, and are duly authorized, to make such purchasesand further authorized to enter into agreements relating to the purchase ofproducts or services or to obtain pricing or discounts from Grainger on behalfof Business Customer. Business Customers hereby agree to indemnify and holdGrainger harmless against any breach of this representation.
ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS RELATED TO EXPORT OFGRAINGER PRODUCTS
IN ADDITION TO THE STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN SECTIONI, EXPORT SALES OF GRAINGER PRODUCTS WILL BE GOVERNED BY THE FOLLOWINGADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS RELATED TO EXPORT OF GRAINGER PRODUCTS(?ADDITIONAL EXPORT TERMS?). IN THE EVENT OF A CONFLICT BETWEEN GRAINGER?SSTANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN SECTION I AND THE ADDITIONAL EXPORT TERMS INSECTION III, THE ADDITIONAL TERMS IN SECTION III SHALL PREVAIL FOR EXPORT SALESOF GRAINGER PRODUCTS.
1. Order Acceptance.
Customer acknowledges that no order shall be deemed acceptedunless and until it is verified and accepted by Grainger, or any of its U.S.affiliates and divisions, at a continental U.S. facility or at any of itswebsites. Customer further consents that submission of its order shall subjectCustomer to the jurisdiction of the federal courts of the U.S. and of the Statewhere acceptance occurred in the U.S.
2. Sales Tax and Duties, Import Fees.
Grainger is required to charge U.S. federal, state, localtax, applicable duties, and import fees on products, or for providing a validexemption certificate. Customer assumes responsibility for, and unconditionallyguarantees payment or reimbursement of, all applicable taxes, fees, licenses,import duties, and expenses as may be applicable. When placing an order,Customer shall indicate which products are tax exempt.
3. Export Controls and Related Regulations.
Customer represents and warrants that it is not designatedon, or associated with, any party designated on any of the U.S. governmentrestricted parties lists, including without limitation, the U.S. CommerceDepartment Bureau of Industry and Security (?BIS?) Denied Persons List; EntityList or Unverified List; the U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign AssetsControl (?OFAC?) Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons List; orthe U.S. State Department Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (?DDTC?)Debarred Parties List. Customer shall comply with all applicable U.S. economicsanctions and export control laws and regulations, including withoutlimitation, the regulations administered by OFAC, the Export AdministrationRegulations (?EAR?) administered by BIS, and the International Traffic in ArmsRegulations administered by DDTC.
4. Foreign Principal Party in Interest; Freight Forwarderand Documentation.
It is specifically agreed that Customer shall be the foreignprincipal party in interest (?FPPI?) and/or that its freight forwarder shallact as Customer\'s agent in such capacity for purposes of the Foreign TradeRegulations or other regulatory purposes, and Customer and its freightforwarder are responsible for all routed export transactions documentation,including but not limited to the filing of the required Electronic ExportInformation/Automated Export System records. At Grainger?s request, Customer orits freight forwarder shall provide copies of any export, shipping, or importdocumentation prepared by Customer or its freight forwarder related to sales toCustomer by Grainger. In the event a license is required for export from theU.S., then (i) Grainger reserves the right to select its own freight forwarderto facilitate and file the export license; or (ii) the FPPI will provide Graingerwritten notice that it expressly assumes responsibility for determininglicensing requirements and obtaining the license, thereby making the U.S. agentof the FPPI the exporter of record for purposes of meeting EAR requirements.
6. Country of Importation and Anti-diversion.
Customer represents that it is purchasing products from theU.S. and importing them to the country for the use of the ultimate consigneespecified in the Customer and Grainger documentation. Customer agrees that theproducts will not be resold, transferred, or otherwise disposed of, to anyother country or to any person other than the authorized ultimate consignee orend-user(s), either in their original form or after being incorporated intoother items, without first obtaining approval from the U.S. government or asotherwise authorized by U.S. law and regulations. Any commodities, technologyand software will be exported from the U.S. in accordance with the U.S. ExportAdministration Regulations and other applicable laws or regulations. Diversioncontrary to U.S. law is prohibited. If requested by Grainger, Customer shallprovide documentation satisfactory to Grainger verifying delivery at thedesignated country, the identity of end users ordering products from Customerand the terms and conditions upon which such end users request products to besupplied. Customer further agrees to inform Grainger at the time of order ofany North American Free Trade Agreement or other special documentation,packaging or product marking or labeling, but Grainger shall not be responsiblefor providing any such documentation, packaging, marking or labeling other thansuch documents that are necessary under U.S. export laws and regulations forexport, unless Grainger expressly agrees to do so.
7. Permits, Export, and Import Licenses.
Customer shall be responsible for obtaining any licenses orother official authorizations that may be required by the country ofimportation. When the Customer is designated as the U.S. Principal Party ofInterest, the Customer shall be responsible for obtaining licenses under theEAR, International Traffic in Arms Regulations, Toxic Substances Control Act,or other applicable laws or regulations. If the Customer is the FPPI, then theterms contained in subsection 6 of this Section III shall apply.
8. Governing Law; Limitations.
The rights and obligations of the parties under these termsand conditions shall not be governed by the provisions of the 1980 UnitedNations Convention of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods or theUnited Nations Convention on the Limitation Period in the International Sale ofGoods. Rather, these terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of theState of Illinois, U.S., including its provisions of the Uniform CommercialCode, but excluding its conflict of law rules. Notwithstanding the foregoing,any legal action by Customer with respect to any transaction must be commencedwithin one (1) year after the cause of action has
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