Standard Terms of Trade


Pulse Business Solutions – Standard Terms – Effective 1 January 2008

Unless agreed otherwise, Pulse Business Solutions “Pulse” provides its Services to Customers based on these standard terms. By taking Services from Pulse the Customers agrees to be bound by these Standard Terms. Pulse may vary these standard terms from time-to-time and such varied terms will be published on the Pulse website http://pulseltd.co.nz.

Terms

1 Definitions and Interpretation

  • 1.1
    In these Standard Terms, unless the context otherwise requires:
    “Standard Terms” means these terms for Services.
    “Confidential Information” means any information of either party or in relation to the Services disclosed by one party to the other and includes (without limitation):
    1. personal information including names, addresses, phone numbers, personal, medical or business affairs or any other information or other persons associated with the
      Services; and
    2. information relating to the organisation, methods, administration, operation, business affairs, or financial or commercial arrangements of either party, or other persons associated with the Services; and
    3. information relating to contracts or arrangements made by either party, or other persons associated with the Services; and
    4. information relating to any product, process or methodology with which either party associated with the Services are involved in, that is not information in the public domain.

    “Services” means the services that have been agreed in writing to be provided by Pulse to the Customer.
    “Working Day” means any day of the week other than a Saturday, a Sunday or a public or statutory holiday in Otago.

  • 1.2
    The following rules of interpretation shall apply to this Standard Terms:
    1. The singular includes the plural and conversely;
    2. One gender includes all other genders;
    3. Where a word or phrase is defined its other grammatical forms have a corresponding meaning;
    4. A reference to a person includes a body corporate, an unincorporated body of persons, or any other entity and vice versa;
    5. A reference to a section or clause is to a section or clause in these Standard Terms.
    6. A reference to any party in this Standard Terms includes that party’s successors or permitted assigns;
    7. Headings are for convenience only and do not affect interpretation; and
    8. A reference to any legislation includes any amendment, consolidation, re-enactment or replacement of that legislation.