Potentially Serious Complaints
Definition of Potentially Serious Complaints
Potentially Serious Complaints means any information coming to the notice of Company which might relate to a Serious Incident, or to a significant lapse in the quality of the Product, or might lead to significant adverse public or media comment, or otherwise significantly adversely affect Company's reputation or business. 10.6.IN NO EVENT, EXCEPT FOR NEGLIGENCE, MISREPRESENTATION, ERROR OR OMISSION OR BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT, SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE TO THE DISTRIBUTOR FOR ANY LOSS OF PROFITS, ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTAL DAMAGES, OR ANY CLAIMS OR DAMAGES BROUGHT AGAINST THE DISTRIBUTOR OR THE COMPANY BY ANY THIRD PARTY. 11.LIMITATION OF LIABILITY 11.1.Except for the express warranties and undertakings set forth in this Agreement, the Company disclaims all warranties in respect to the Product and any service provided by the Company to Distributor under this Agreement.
Examples of Potentially Serious Complaints in a sentence
- End-User feedback relevant to safety and performance of the Products, the occurrence of Serious Incidents or Potentially Serious Complaints will be reported by the Distributor immediately and in any event within *** to Company