Common use of Transfer of liability Clause in Contracts

Transfer of liability. If the Client purchases Bulk Wheat which is already warehoused or is or has been stored, handled or treated by Viterra, and there are unbilled and/or unpaid fees and charges in respect of the Bulk Wheat for any period or for anything done prior to the purchase, then the Client is liable for these fees and charges and must pay them to Viterra, unless otherwise agreed with Viterra.

Appears in 3 contracts

Samples: Terminal Services Agreement, Terminal Services Agreement, Terminal Services Agreement

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Transfer of liability. If the Client purchases Bulk Wheat which is already warehoused or is or has been stored, handled or treated by Viterra the Company, and there are unbilled and/or unpaid fees and charges in respect of the Bulk Wheat for any period or for anything done prior to the purchase, then the Client is liable for these fees and charges and must pay them to Viterra the Company, unless otherwise agreed with Viterra the Company.

Appears in 1 contract

Samples: Services Agreement

Transfer of liability. If the Client purchases Bulk Wheat Grain which is already warehoused or is or has been stored, handled or treated by Viterra, and there are unbilled and/or unpaid fees and charges in respect of the Bulk Wheat Grain for any period or for anything done prior to the purchase, then the Client is liable for these those fees and charges and must pay them to Viterra, unless otherwise agreed with Viterra.

Appears in 1 contract

Samples: viterra.com.au