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The ATI Group and Related Companies
The ATI Group includes our parent company Australian Technology Innovators Pty Ltd, LEAP Legal Software Pty Ltd, InfoTrack Group Pty Ltd and their subsidiaries, CNCNA Pty Ltd (trading as eCompanies), InfoTrack Limited (NZ), InfoTrack Group Limited (UK) and its subsidiaries, and LotSearch Pty Ltd. Different companies within the ATI Group provide different services.
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We do not presently disclose personal information to any organisations located overseas; however, we do disclose information in Australia, for the purposes described above, to some multinational organisations that are located both in Australia and overseas, including the United Kingdom, the United States and New Zealand.
If you are a resident of the European Union for the purposes of the GDPR, then in addition to what is set out above, the following applies to you.
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In addition to your rights set out above, you may update or rectify any of your Personal Information that we hold about you, in the manner described in the “How you can access your personal information” paragraph above.
You have a right to request access to your personal information which we hold about you and to request its correction. You can make such a request by contacting the CreditorWatch Privacy Officer using the contact details set out in this policy.
We will respond to any such request for access as soon as reasonably practicable. Where access is to be given, we will provide you with a copy or details of your personal information in the manner requested by you where it is reasonable and practicable to do so.
We will not charge you a fee for making a request to access your personal information. However, we may charge you a reasonable fee for giving you access to your personal information.
In some cases, we may refuse to give you access to the information you have requested or only give you access to certain information. If we do this, we will provide you with a written statement setting out our reasons for refusal, except where it would be unreasonable to do so.
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CreditorWatch Privacy Officer
GPO Box 4029 Sydney NSW 2001
1800 738 524
We will acknowledge and investigate any complaint about the way we manage personal information as soon as practicable. We will take reasonable steps to remedy any failure to comply with our privacy obligations. If you are unhappy with our handling of the complaint, you may contact the Australian Information Commissioner.
Last update: 29 May 2019
1. The terms of payment are strictly (30) days from the date of invoice (or such other period as approved by the supplier herein this credit application). The Supplier may, at any time, upon written notice to the Applicant vary the terms and conditions of trade.
2. If the Applicant does not agree with the variations proposed by the Supplier, they must notify the Supplier in writing within fourteen (14) days from receipt of the written notice. The Supplier and/or the Applicant will then be at liberty to suspend/withdraw credit facilities if no agreement can be reached between the parties regarding the proposed variations. Absent notice from the Applicant, the varied terms and conditions of trade is deemed as accepted. Clerical errors (such as spelling mistakes or grammatical errors) may be subject to correction without notification.
3. The Applicant must check all invoices and advise the Supplier of any errors or omissions within three (3) days of receipt. Failing advice from the Applicant that the invoice contains any errors or omissions, the invoice is deemed as accepted by the Supplier.
4. Should the Applicant not pay for the goods or services supplied by the Supplier in accordance with the credit terms as provided herein, or as agreed in writing by the Supplier and Applicant from time to time, after issuing a written demand to the Applicant demanding payment within fourteen (14) days, the Supplier will be entitled to charge an administration fee of ten (10) percent of the amount of the invoice payable plus an interest charge of thirty (30) percent per annum on any amount that remaining outstanding.
5. The Applicant acknowledges and agrees that this agreement will be governed by the relevant state, territory and federal laws of the Commonwealth of Australia as applicable.
6. The Applicant acknowledges and agrees that any contract for the supply of goods or services between the Supplier and the Applicant is formed at the address of the Supplier.
7. The parties to this agreement submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the relevant state levant federal courts and courts competent to hear appeals from those courts.
Security / Charges
8. The Applicant charges in favour of the Supplier all of its estate and interest in any real property, whether held in its own right or as capacity as trustee, that the Applicant owns at present and in the future with the amount of its indebtedness hereunder until discharged.
9. The Applicant charges in favour of the Supplier all of its estate and interest in any personal property, whether held in its own right or as capacity as trustee, that the Applicant owns at present and in the future with the amount of its indebtedness hereunder until discharged.
10. The Applicant appoints as its duly constituted attorney the Supplier’s company secretary from time to time to execute in the Applicant’s name and as the Applicant’s act and deed any real property mortgage, bill of sale or consent to any caveat the Supplier may choose to lodge against real property that the Applicant may own in any Land Titles Office in any state or territory of Australia, even though the Applicant may not have defaulted in carrying out its obligations hereunder upon written notice and demand to the Applicant (in the event that there is no default by the Applicant in carrying out its obligations hereunder).
11. Where the Applicant has previously entered into an agreement with the Supplier by which the Applicant has granted a charge, mortgage or other security interest (including a security interest as defined in the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (PPSA)) over or in respect of real or personal property, those charges, mortgages or other security interests and the terms which directly or indirectly create rights, powers or obligations in respect thereto will continue and co-exist with the obligations and security interests created in this agreement and will secure all indebtedness and obligations of the Applicant under this agreement. The Supplier may, at its election and upon the provision of written notice, vary the terms of such previous charges, mortgages or other securities to reflect the terms herein.
Purpose of Credit
12. The Applicant acknowledges and agrees that the credit to be provided to the Applicant by the Supplier is to be applied wholly or predominantly for commercial purposes.
Formation of Contract
13. Quotations made by the Supplier will not be construed as an offer or obligation to supply in accordance with the quotation. The Supplier reserves the right to accept or reject, at its discretion, any offer to purchase received by it upon provision of written reasons to the Applicant. Only written acceptance by the Supplier of the Applicant’s offer will complete a contract.
14. Placement of an order, either verbally or in writing, will imply acceptance of the Supplier’s offer and of these terms and conditions.
15. The Applicant acknowledges and accepts that any estimated delivery or supply of goods provided by the Supplier is an estimate only and the Supplier will not be liable for any loss suffered by the Applicant as a result of any delay in the delivery of goods.
16. Delivery will be made within normal business hours between Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 4.00pm only (unless otherwise agreed to in writing).
17. Delivery is deemed to occur at the earlier of:
(a) the collection of goods from the Supplier by the Applicant or any third party on behalf of the Applicant;
(b) the time of loading of goods at the Supplier’s premises for the purpose of delivery to the Applicant.
18. Prior to goods being delivered, the Applicant must ensure that:
(a) an authorised person is in attendance at the nominated address at the time of delivery in order to confirm the Applicant’s receipt and acceptance of the goods by signing a delivery docket;
(b) the nominated site is cleared and ready for the installation of the goods and that the foundations and structure on/or to which the goods are to be installed have adequate bearing strength capacity to withstand and support all forces imposed upon them from the goods;
(c) all electrical wiring within three (3) metres of the installation area are covered prior to commencement of the installation of the goods;
(d) it has obtained (at its own expense) all licenses, approvals and consents that may be required for the installation of the goods; and
(e) site amenities (including, without limitation, sanitary accommodation) that are compliant with the relevant work safety requirements are provided.
19. The Supplier is entitled to charge a reasonable fee for storage and/or redelivery charges in the event the Applicant does not, or is unable to, accept delivery of the goods.
20. The Applicant accepts that the Supplier may deliver goods by instalments and require payment for each separate instalment in accordance with these terms and conditions.
21. If the Applicant requests that goods are delivered either to an unattended location, left outside, or are left outside the Supplier’s premises for collection, the Applicant acknowledges that the Supplier will deliver the Goods as requested at the Applicant’s risk.
22. The Applicant acknowledges and accepts that it is not relieved from any obligation arising under these terms and conditions by reason of any delay in delivery.
23. The Applicant must inspect the goods immediately upon delivery and must within three (3) days after the date of inspection give written notice to the Supplier with particulars, of any claim that the goods are not in accordance with this agreement. If the Applicant fails to give notice, then to the extent permitted by law, the goods must be treated as having been accepted by the Applicant and the Applicant must pay for the goods in accordance with these terms and conditions.
24. The Applicant cannot return goods to the Supplier without the written agreement of the Supplier.
25. The Applicant acknowledges and agrees that any return will incur a handling and administration charge of ten (10) per cent of the purchase price of the returned goods.
26. Risk of damage to or loss of the goods passes to the Applicant on delivery and the Applicant must insure the goods on or before delivery.
27. If any of the goods are damaged or destroyed following delivery but prior to ownership passing to the Applicant, the Supplier is entitled to receive all insurance proceeds payable for the goods. The production of these terms and conditions by the Supplier is sufficient evidence of the Supplier’s rights to receive the insurance proceeds without the need for any person dealing with the Supplier to make further enquires.
28. If the Applicant requests the Supplier to leave goods outside the Supplier’s premises for collection or to deliver the goods to an unattended location then such goods shall be left at the Applicant’s sole risk.
Retention of Title
29. Title in the goods does not pass to the Applicant until the Applicant has made payment in full for the goods and, further, until the Applicant has made payment in full of all the other money owing by the Applicant to the Supplier (whether in respect of money payable under a specific contract or on any other account whatsoever).
30. Whilst the Applicant has not paid for the goods supplied in full at any time, the Applicant agrees that property and title in the goods will not pass to the Applicant and the Supplier retains the legal and equitable title in those goods supplied and not yet sold.
31. Notwithstanding clauses 29 and 30, goods supplied to the Applicant on hire remain the absolute property of the Supplier.
32. Until payment in full has been made to the Supplier, the Applicant will hold the goods in a fiduciary capacity for the Supplier and agrees to store the goods in such a manner that they can be identified as the property of the Supplier, and will not mix the goods with other similar goods.
33. Except for goods supplied on hire, the Applicant will be entitled to sell the goods in the ordinary course of its business, but until full payment for the goods has been made to the Supplier, the Applicant will sell as agent and bailee for the Supplier and the proceeds of sale of the goods will be held by the Applicant on trust for the Supplier absolutely.
34. The Applicant’s indebtedness to the Supplier, whether in full or in part, will not be discharged by the operation of clause 33 hereof unless and until the funds held on trust are remitted to the Supplier.
35. The Applicant agrees that whilst property and title in the goods remains with the Supplier, the Supplier has the right, with prior notice to the Applicant, to enter upon any premises occupied by the Applicant (or any receiver, receiver and manager, administrator, liquidator or trustee in bankruptcy of the Applicant) to inspect the goods of the Supplier and to repossess the goods which may be in the Applicant’s possession, custody or control when payment is overdue.
36. The Applicant will be responsible for the Supplier’s reasonable costs and expenses in exercising its rights under clause 35. Where the Supplier exercises any power to enter the premises, that entry will not give rise to any action of trespass or similar action on the part of the Applicant against the Supplier, its employees, servants or agents.
37. The Applicant agrees that where the goods have been retaken into the possession of the Supplier, the Supplier has the absolute right to sell or deal with the goods, and if necessary, sell the goods with the trade mark or name of the Applicant on those goods, and the Applicant hereby grants an irrevocable licence to the Supplier to do all things necessary to sell the goods bearing the name or trade mark of the Applicant.
38. For the avoidance of doubt, the Supplier’s interest constitutes a ‘purchase money security interest’ pursuant to the PPSA.
39. The Applicant acknowledges and agrees that it shall at all times permit the Supplier to have free, clear and unrestricted access to the nominated site(s) to enable the Supplier to complete its obligations under this agreement without unreasonable interruption, impediment, delay or obstruction.
40. In the event that free, clear and unrestricted access to the nominated site(s) is not available to the Supplier in accordance with clause 38, the Supplier reserves the right to cease the provision of goods and services upon the provision of twenty-four (24) hours’ notice to the Applicant.
41. The Applicant further acknowledges and agrees that the Supplier, to the fullest extent permitted by law, shall not be liable for any damage caused to the Applicant’s property or to any third party’s property (including, without limitation, damage to pathways, driveways and concreted or paved or grassed areas), where free, clear and unrestricted access has not been permitted in accordance with clause 38.
Duty to Maintain Goods
42. The Applicant warrants and acknowledges that it must:
(a) not alter, tamper with, modify, repair (or attempt to alter, tamper with, modify or repair) any goods supplied by the supplier without the express written consent of the supplier;
(b) not alter, remove, deface, or cover up any label, plates or marks on the goods, which bear the name of the supplier or any trade marks or trade names used in relation to the goods.
Movement of Goods
43. Unless otherwise agreed in writing between the parties, the Applicant must not allow unqualified persons to move and/or alter any goods installed by the Supplier.
Customer to Notify of Breakdown or Failure of Goods
44. In the event any of the goods supplied by the Supplier suffers a breakdown or failure, the Applicant must, within twenty-four (24) hours of becoming aware of the breakdown or failure, provide written notice to the Supplier providing details of the extent of the breakdown or failure.
45. Unless otherwise agreed between the parties in writing, and notwithstanding clause 18(e), the Applicant must provide for the Supplier:
(a) appropriate space(s) for the storage and protection of the Supplier’s goods;
(b) free use of water and electricity; and
(c) such other facilities and amenities as may be required by the Supplier from time to time.
46. Should the Supplier be delayed by the Applicant or by any third party not being an employee or agent of the Supplier after the commencement of the services, the Applicant shall indemnify the Supplier for any loss or damage sustained by the Supplier in respect of any additional handling charges, storage charges, insurance charges or any other costs or expenditures incurred by the Supplier as a direct or indirect result of the delay.
Cancellation of Terms of Credit
47. The Supplier reserves the right to withdraw credit at any time upon provision of 48 hours’ written notice.
48. Notwithstanding clause 47, if the Applicant defaults in the payment of any amount due to the Supplier pursuant to this agreement and does not cure such default within ten (10) days after being given notice of such default, the Supplier may terminate this agreement (to be effective immediately) upon notice to the Applicant.
49. Upon the withdrawal of credit in accordance with clause 47, or upon termination of this agreement in accordance with clause 48, all liabilities incurred by the Applicant become due and payable to the Supplier within seven (7) days.
50. For the avoidance of doubt, termination of this agreement will not affect:
(a) the right of any party to whom money is owed hereunder at the time of termination to receive that money according to the provisions hereof; and
(b) the rights and/or obligations pursuant to this agreement which by their nature are intended to survive termination of this agreement.
51. The Applicant agrees to indemnify the Supplier and keep the Supplier indemnified against any claim that arises out of the goods and services supplied under this agreement. This indemnity includes any legal fees and expenses the Supplier incurs in order to enforce its rights, on an indemnity basis. Provision of further information.
52. The Applicant undertakes to comply with any reasonable written requests by the Supplier to provide further information for the purpose of assessing the Applicant’s creditworthiness, including an updated credit application.
53. If the Applicant is a corporation (with the exception of a public listed company), it must advise the Supplier of any alteration to its corporate structure (for example, by changing directors, shareholders, or its constitution). In the case of a change of directors or shareholders the Supplier may ask for new guarantors to sign a guarantee and indemnity.
54. If the Applicant is a corporation, the Applicant warrants that all of its directors have signed this agreement and that all of its directors may be required to enter into a guarantee and indemnity with the Supplier in relation to the Applicant’s obligations to the Supplier.
55. If the Applicant is the trustee of a trust (whether disclosed to the Supplier or not), the Applicant warrants to the Supplier that: (a) the Applicant enters into this agreement in both its capacity as trustee and in its personal capacity;
(b) the Applicant has the right to be reasonably indemnified out of trust assets;
(c) the Applicant has the power under the trust deed to sign this agreement; and
(d) the Applicant will not retire as trustee of the trust or appoint any new or additional trustee without advising the Supplier. 56. The Applicant must give the Supplier a copy of the trust deed upon request.
57. If the Applicant enters into this agreement as partners, the Applicant warrants that all of the partners have signed this agreement and that all of the partners may be required to enter into a guarantee and indemnity with the Supplier in relation to the Applicant’s obligations to the Supplier.
58. If the Applicant is a partnership, it must not alter its partnership (for example, adding or removing partners or altering its partnership agreement) without advising the Supplier. In the case of a change of partners, the Supplier may ask for new guarantors to sign a guarantee and indemnity.
59. If the Applicant becomes insolvent, the Applicant remains liable under this agreement for payment of all liabilities incurred hereunder. The Applicant remains liable under this agreement even if the Supplier receives a dividend or payment as a result of the Applicant being insolvent.
60. A waiver of any provision or breach of this agreement by the Supplier must be made by an authorised officer of the Supplier in writing. A waiver of any provision or breach of this agreement by the Applicant must be made by the Applicant’s authorised officer in writing.
61. Until ownership of the goods passes, the Applicant waives its rights it would otherwise have under the PPSA (unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Supplier and the Applicant:
(a) under section 95 to receive notice of intention to remove an accession;
(b) under section 118 to receive notice that the Supplier intends to enforce its security interest in accordance with land law;
(c) under section 121(4) to receive a notice of enforcement action against liquid assets;
(d) under section 129 to receive a notice of disposal of goods by the Supplier purchasing the goods;
(e) under section 130 to receive a notice to dispose of goods;
(f) under section 132(2) to receive a statement of account following disposal of goods;
(g) under section 132(4) to receive a statement of account if no disposal of goods for each 6 month period;
(h) under section 135 to receive notice of any proposal of the Supplier to retain goods;
(i) under section 137(2) to object to any proposal of the Supplier to retain or dispose of goods;
(j) under section 142 to redeem the goods;
(k) under section 143 to reinstate the security agreement; and
(l) under section 157(1) and 157(3) to receive a notice of any verification statement.
62. The Applicant must pay for its own legal, accounting and business costs and all costs incurred by the Supplier relating to any default by the Applicant under this agreement. The Applicant must also pay for all stamp duty and other taxes payable on this agreement (if any).
63. The Applicant will pay the Supplier’s costs and disbursements incurred in pursuing any recovery action, or any other claim or remedy, against the Applicant, including collection costs, debt recovery fees and legal costs on an indemnity basis.
64. Subject to clauses 65 and 66, payments by, or on behalf of, the Applicant will be applied by the Supplier as follows. (a) Firstly, in payment of any and all collection costs and legal costs in accordance with clauses 36 and 63. (b) Secondly, in payment of any interest incurred in accordance with clause 70. (c) Thirdly, in payment of the outstanding invoice(s).
65. In circumstances where the Supplier seeks to enforce a purchase money security interest under the PPSA over collateral or proceeds (these terms being consistent with the terms defined in the PPSA), payments received from the Applicant will be allocated in a manner at the Suppliers absolute and unfettered discretion, so as to attribute, to the greatest extent possible, the unpaid balance of the debt to the purchase money obligation in respect of the collateral and/or proceeds over which the Supplier seeks to enforce its purchase money security interest.
66. To the extent that payments have been allocated to invoices by the Supplier in its business records, the Supplier may, at its sole and unfettered discretion, allocate and/or retrospectively reallocate payments in any manner whatsoever at the Supplier’s absolute discretion, including in a manner inconsistent with clause 64 herein.
67. Payments allocated (and/or reallocated) under clause 64 and/or 65 will be treated as though they were allocated (and/or reallocated) in the manner determined by the Supplier on the date of receipt of payment.
Taxes and Duty
68. The Applicant must pay GST on any taxable supply made by the Supplier to the Applicant under this agreement. The payment of GST is in addition to any other consideration payable by the Applicant for a taxable supply.
69. If as a result of:
(a) any legislation becoming applicable to the subject matter of this agreement; or
(b) any changes in legislation or its interpretation by a court of competent jurisdiction or by any authority charged with its administration; the Supplier becomes liable to pay any tax, duty, excise or levy in respect of the amounts received from the Applicant, then the Applicant must pay the Supplier these additional amounts on 48 hours’ written demand.
70. The interest rate on any outstanding debts is a fixed rate of 2.5 percent per month.
71. All payments required to be made by the Applicant under this agreement will be made free of any set-off, or counterclaim and without deduction or withholding, unless agreed to otherwise by the Supplier and the Applicant in writing.
72. Any amount due to the Supplier from time to time may be deducted from any monies which may be or may become payable to the Applicant by the Supplier.
Building and Construction Industry Security of Payments Act 1999
73. At the Supplier’s sole and unfettered discretion, if there are any disputes or claims for unpaid goods and/or services, then the provisions of the Building Constructions Industry Security of Payments Act 1999 may apply.
74. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this agreement is intended to have the effect of contracting out of any applicable provisions of the Building Constructions Industry Security of Payments Act 1999, except to the extent permitted by the Building Constructions Industry Security of Payments Act 1999, where applicable.
75. The Supplier is not liable for any loss caused to the Applicant by reason of strikes, lockouts, fires, riots, war, embargoes, civil commotions, acts of God or any other activity beyond the Supplier’s control.
76. In relation to the supply of goods, the Supplier’s liability is limited to:
(a) replacing the goods or supplying similar goods;
(b) repairing the goods;
(c) providing the cost for replacing the goods or for acquiring equivalent goods; and
(d) providing the cost for having the goods repaired.
77. In relation to the supply of services, the Supplier’s liability is limited to:
(a) supplying the service again; or
(b) providing for the cost of having the services supplied again.
78. The Supplier is not liable for loss of profit, economic or financial loss, damages, consequential loss, loss of opportunity or benefit, loss of a right or any other indirect loss suffered by the Applicant as a result of the goods and/or services supplied under this agreement.
79. The Applicant will, at the request of the Supplier, execute documents and do such further acts as may be required for the Supplier to register the security interest granted by the Applicant under the PPSA.
80. The Applicant agrees to accept service of any document required to be served, including any notice under this agreement or the PPSA or any originating process, by prepaid post at any address nominated in this application or any other address later notified to the Supplier by the Applicant or the Applicant’s authorised representative.
81. The Applicant further agrees that where we have rights in addition to those under part 4 of the PPSA, those rights will continue to apply.
82. The Applicant irrevocably grants to the Supplier the right to enter upon the Applicant’s property or premises, with notice, and without being in any way liable to the Applicant or to any third party, if the Supplier has cause to exercise any of their rights under sections 123 and/or 128 of the PPSA, and the Applicant shall reasonably indemnify the Supplier from any claims made by any third party as a result of such exercise.
83. Nothing in this agreement shall be read or applied so as to purport to exclude, restrict or modify or have the effect of excluding, restricting or modifying the application in relation to the supply of any goods and/or services pursuant to this agreement of all or any of the provisions the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 or any relevant State or Federal Legislation which by law cannot be excluded, restricted or modified.
84. If any provision of this agreement is not enforceable in accordance with its terms, other provisions which are self-sustaining are, and continue to be, enforceable in accordance with their terms.
85. If any part of this agreement is invalid or unenforceable, that part is deleted and the remainder of the agreement remains effective.
86. The Applicant agrees that these terms and conditions may be varied, added to, or amended by an authorised officer of the Supplier at any time by written notice to the Applicant. The Applicant will be provided with fourteen (14) days to accept the variation/s, failing which the variations may be deemed accepted by the Supplier.
87. Any proposed variation to these terms and conditions by the Applicant must be requested in writing. The Supplier may refuse any such request without providing reasons either orally or in writing.
88. Variations requested by the Applicant will only be binding upon the Supplier if they are accepted in writing.
Consent to Register
89. The Applicant hereby consents to the Supplier recording the details of this Agreement on the Personal Property Securities Register and agrees to do all things necessary and reasonably required by the Supplier to effect such registration.
90. The Applicant waives any right or entitlement to receive notice of the registration of any security interest(s) created by this instrument on the Personal Property Securities Register.
91. This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties relating in any way to its subject matter, unless agreed to otherwise by the Supplier and the Applicant in writing. All previous negotiations, understandings, representations, warranties, memoranda or commitments about the subject matter of this agreement are merged in this agreement and are of no further effect. No oral explanation or information provided by a party to another affects the meaning or interpretation of this agreement or constitutes any collateral agreement, warranty or understanding.
92. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, in circumstances where there is a pre-existing written credit agreement (Original Agreement) between the Applicant and the Supplier, these terms and this agreement will constitute a variation of the Original Agreement whereby the terms of the Original Agreement are deleted and replaced with the terms herein, unless the terms of the Original Agreement are otherwise expressly or implicitly preserved by the terms herein in which case they will co-exist with the terms herein, and, to the extent of any inconsistency, these terms will prevail.
93. The Applicant agrees to the terms of the Privacy Statement pursuant to the Privacy Act 1988 (as amended by the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 contained in this document.