Purchase Order. A Customer may use purchase orders to buy commodities or contractual services pursuant to the Contract and, if applicable, the Contractor must provide commodities or contractual services pursuant to purchase orders. Purchase orders issued pursuant to the Contract must be received by the Contractor no later than the close of business on the last day of the Contract’s term. The Contractor is required to accept timely purchase orders specifying delivery schedules that extend beyond the Contract term even when such extended delivery will occur after expiration of the Contract. Purchase orders shall be valid through their specified term and performance by the Contractor, and all terms and conditions of the Contract shall survive the termination or expiration of the Contract and apply to the Contractor’s performance. The duration of purchase orders for recurring deliverables shall not exceed the expiration of the Contract by more than twelve months. Any purchase order terms and conditions conflicting with these Special Contract Conditions shall not become a part of the Contract.
Purchase Order. A Customer may use purchase orders to buy commodities or contractual services pursuant to the Contract. If applicable, the Contractor must provide commodities or contractual services pursuant to purchase orders. The purchase order period of performance survives the expiration of the Contract. The duration of purchase orders must not exceed the expiration of the Contract by more than twelve (12) months.
Purchase Order. Customer or Order Fulfiller may terminate a Purchase Order or other contractual document or relationship upon the occurrence of a material breach of any term or condition: (i) of the Contract, or (ii) included in the Purchase Order or other contractual document or relationship in accordance with Section 3.B.2 above, upon the following preconditions: first, the parties must comply with the requirements of Chapter 2260, Texas Government Code, in an attempt to resolve a dispute; second, after complying with Chapter 2260, Texas Government Code, and the dispute remains unresolved, then the non-defaulting party shall give the defaulting party thirty (30) calendar days from receipt of notice to cure said default. If the defaulting party fails to cure said default within the timeframe allowed, the non-defaulting party may, at its option and in addition to any other remedies it may have available, cancel and terminate the Purchase Order. Customer may immediately suspend or terminate a Purchase Order without advance notice in the event Vendor fails to comply with confidentiality, privacy, security requirements, environmental or safety laws or regulations, if such non-compliance relates or may relate to vendor provision of goods or services to the Customer.
Purchase Order. Any purchases by the Board of Services and Products covered by this Agreement will be completed by submitting an order on the Board’s Standard Purchase Order Form (“PO”). The terms and conditions found on the PO shall apply to the extent that such terms supplement and are not inconsistent with the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement. Under no circumstances shall Provider provide any Services or Products without a valid PO.
Purchase Order. Document issued by a Department for one or more Goods, Deliverables or Services in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Contract.
Purchase Order. Customer’s signature under Exasol’s quote constitutes acceptance of this Agreement notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any document issued by Customer. If any document issued by Customer contains any terms or conditions that are different from or additional to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement, then Exasol expressly rejects such different or additional terms and conditions, and such different or additional terms and conditions shall not become a part of the agreement between the Parties notwithstanding any subsequent acknowledgement, invoice or license key that Exasol may issue.