Act 1998 Sample Clauses

Act 1998. 9.8 Where either Party disputes any invoice (or any part of any invoice) then, upon receipt by the Provider of notification from the Company of any such disputed amounts, the provisions of Clause 21 shall apply in resolving the disputed amounts.
Act 1998. C2.8 Subject always to the provisions of paragraph 22 of Schedule 3 (Payment Requirements), where payment by the Authority of all or any part of any invoice rendered or other claim for payment by the Provider is disputed, this dispute shall be resolved in accordance with the dispute resolution procedure set out in clause I2 (Dispute Resolution). C3 Recovery of Sums Due C3.1 Wherever under the Contract any sum of money is recoverable from or payable by the Provider (including any sum which the Provider is liable to pay to the Authority in respect of any breach of the Contract), the Authority may unilaterally deduct that sum from any sum then due, or which at any later time may become due to the Provider under the Contract or under any other agreement or contract with the Authority. C3.2 Any overpayment by either Party, whether of the Fees or of VAT or otherwise, shall be a sum of money recoverable by the Party who made the overpayment from the Party in receipt of the overpayment.
Act 1998. The Supplier acknowledges and agrees that the Authority may at any time during the Dynamic Purchasing System Period and upon serving two months’ written notice, introduce a new electronic system to monitor and collect the Management Levy (the “System”) and upon receipt of the written notice the Supplier shall use its best endeavours to implement the System. In the event that any new electronics system to monitor and collect is introduced, the Authority reserves the right to revert to a manual system to monitor and collect the Management Levy, upon providing two months’ written notice to the Supplier.
Act 1998. Where the Supplier enters into a sub-contract, the Supplier shall include in that sub-contract: provisions having the same effects as clauses 6.3 to 6.7 of this Agreement; and a provision requiring the counterparty to that sub-contract to include in any sub-contract which it awards provisions having the same effect as 6.3 to 6.8 of this Agreement. In this clause 6.8, “sub-contract” means a contract between two or more suppliers, at any stage of remoteness from the Authority in a subcontracting chain, made wholly or substantially for the purpose of performing (or contributing to the performance of) the whole or any part of this Agreement. If any sum of money is recoverable from or payable by the Supplier under this Agreement (including any sum which the Supplier is liable to pay to the Customer in respect of any breach of this Agreement), that sum may be deducted unilaterally by the Customer from any sum then due, or which may come due, to the Supplier under this Agreement or under any other agreement or contract with the Customer. The Supplier shall not be entitled to assert any credit, set-off or counterclaim against the Customer in order to justify withholding payment of any such amount in whole or in part. Premises and equipment If necessary, the Customer shall provide the Supplier with reasonable access at reasonable times to its premises for the purpose of supplying the Goods or Services. All equipment, tools and vehicles brought onto the Customer’s premises by the Supplier or the Staff shall be at the Supplier’s risk. If the Supplier supplies all or any of the Goods or Services at or from the Customer’s premises, on completion of the Services or termination or expiry of the Agreement (whichever is the earlier) the Supplier shall vacate the Customer’s premises, remove the Supplier’s plant, equipment and unused materials and all rubbish arising out of the provision of the Services and leave the Customer’s premises in a clean, safe and tidy condition. The Supplier shall be solely responsible for making good any damage to the Customer’s premises or any objects contained on the Customer’s premises which is caused by the Supplier or any Staff, other than fair wear and tear. If the Supplier supplies all or any of the Goods or Services at or from its premises or the premises of a third party, the Customer may, during normal business hours and on reasonable notice, inspect and examine the manner in which the relevant Goods or Services are supplied at or from ...