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What Is An Repair Agreement

Buyer shall defend, indemnify and hold Seller harmless from and against all claims, losses, damages, liabilities, settlements, costs, attorneys` fees, expenses and liabilities of any kind (collectively, the “Claims”) arising out of or in connection with injuries to Seller`s employees or contractors caused by Buyer`s improper installation or use of a Covered Product. Power supply used by the buyer with Covered Equipment or material processed by Covered Equipment. Seller has the right to participate in such a claim with a lawyer of its choice or to carry out the defense of such claim. Seller shall use reasonable efforts to promptly notify Buyer of such claim. No settlement of a claim is binding on the Seller without its prior written consent. The privileges of a “non-ownership” mechanic are a little different. If you have repaired a client`s property but are not in possession of the property, you can apply an “unins owned” privilege. In this case, you usually have to file a complaint with the local courts to assert a mechanic`s lien on the property. If the customer does not pay, you may be able to recover the improved property.

For example, if you install new kitchen cabinets and don`t get paid, you may be able to remove the new cabinets from the kitchen to cover your costs. The Seller offers service contracts for the maintenance and repair of products per device under the following conditions. Buyer may purchase from Seller maintenance and repair services (“Services”) for one or more instruments specified in an Order (“Covered Product”). The Seller`s offer to sell the Services to the Buyer is expressly limited to the Buyer`s acceptance of the following conditions. One of the following conditions constitutes buyer`s unconditional acceptance of these Terms and Conditions: Software maintenance and protocol development services are expressly excluded from the coverage of the service plan. In addition, Seller is not required to provide the Services if a malfunction occurs or is related to: (a) improper installation of the Covered Product; (b) negligence, misuse or misuse of the Covered Product; (c) the use of unauthorized parts, consumables or reagents or the removal of parts; (d) the repair, modification or modification of the Covered Equipment by an authorized representative of the Seller other than an authorized representative; (e) the relocation of the product covered; (f) failure or irregular electrical energy; or (g) fire, earthquake, flood or other force majeure. .