Commercial Customers. A commercial customer is a customer who is not a consumer. If you are dealing with us in a commercial capacity (not as a consumer) then you are under a duty of fair representation. You are required to disclose every matter which you know, or ought to know, that would influence the decision or judgement of an underwriter in deciding whether to insure the risk and on what terms. If you are unsure if something should be relevant or disclosed, you should always disclose it.
Commercial Customers. You will be invoiced on completion of the work. The Total Due on the invoice is payable within 14 days of the date of the invoice. If you do not pay the Total Due within this time you must pay an administration charge of £5 and interest will accrue on the outstanding amount at the prevailing rate plus 5% per annum until payment is received in full.
Commercial Customers. This Agreement is used when you are acting as a commercial customer. If you are acting as a retail customer, a different agreement is applicable and will be sent to you. You can also ask for a further copy on request. Any reference to “retail” customers is a reference to individuals acting wholly or mainly outside of their trade, business craft or profession in receiving our services. Any reference to “commercial” customers in this agreement is a reference to customers acting wholly or mainly in the course of their trade, business, craft or profession in receiving our services.
Commercial Customers. If the insurance is arranged wholly or mainly for purposes related to your trade, business or profession you have a duty to make a “fair presentation of risk” defined as one: which makes a disclosure of every material circumstance which the insured and/or senior management and/or anyone responsible for arranging your insurance knows or ought to know or disclosure which gives insurers sufficient information to put a prudent insurer on notice that it needs to make further enquiries for the purpose of revealing those material circumstances; which makes the disclosure in a manner which would be reasonably clear and accessible to a prudent insurer; in which every material representation as to a matter of fact is substantially correct and every material representation as to a matter of expectation or belief is in good faith Your duty of fair presentation applies at the start of the policy, at renewal and when any variation of the policy is arranged. If you fail to make a fair presentation, the insurer may refuse to pay your claim or reduce the settlement amount, depending on the circumstances.
Commercial Customers. In good time before the conclusion of each insurance contract, or upon renewal, we will remind you of your right to be informed of the level of commission which we receive from underwriters. You are entitled, at any time, to request information regarding any commission which we may have received as a result of placing your insurance business.
Commercial Customers. Customers; (2) Residential Customers that use Mechanical Containers; and (3) Customers that receive Collection Service for Construction and Demolition Waste. On or before September 30, 202119, the Contractor shall confirm in writing to the Administrator that: (a) the Contractor has at least one hundred fifty (50) (100) Garbage Carts, and fifty one hundred (50) one hundred (100) Recycle Carts, one hundred (100) blue recycling bins and one hundred (100) blue and orange recycling bins in inventory at its local equipment yard at all times; (b) the Collection Garbage Containers, CartsContainers, Carts and Recycle Carts in inventory have been provided in the sizes and numbers requested approved by the Administrator; and (c) the Contractor has delivered notice to all Residential and Commercial Customers in compliance with the requirements in Section 35. 1
Commercial Customers. It is important that you understand your duty to provide a fair presentation of the risk (i.e. the subject matter of the proposed insurance). This means that you must disclose to insurers, before the setting up or renewal of your insurance policy is concluded, anything that might influence the judgement of an insurer in fixing the premium, setting the terms or determining whether they would take the risk. If you are uncertain whether anything is material, you should disclose it. In order to identify what must be disclosed, you are obliged to carry out a reasonable search before presenting the risk to insurers. This includes (but is not limited to) consulting with all senior managers. A senior manager is anyone who plays a significant role in the making of decisions about how your activities are to be managed or organised, regardless of whether or not that individual is a member of your board or is formally in a management role. You must also consult with anyone who has particular knowledge about the risk to be insured. If you deliberately or recklessly (i.e. without care) fail to comply with your obligations to present the risk fairly, insurers may avoid the policy. This means they can retain all premiums and treat the policy as if it never existed and refuse to make any claims payments. You could also be obliged to repay any claims payments that had already been made. If you fail to present the risk fairly, but your failure was neither deliberate nor reckless, insurers’ response will depend upon what would have happened if you had complied with your obligations. They may return your premium, treat the policy as if it never existed and refuse to pay any claims if they would not have accepted the risk, apply terms based on the corrected information and pay claims using the amended terms, or calculate a revised premium and reduce the claim payment in the same proportion as any under payment in the original premium.
Commercial Customers. Contractor may charge Commercial Bin and Cart Customers for Bulky Waste pickups at rates that do not exceed those in the Approved Rate Schedule, based on the number and type of items. Timing and place of pickup shall be arranged so traffic and sidewalks are not obstructed prior to or during pickup.