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Below are the terms and conditions on our products and services.

General Terms and Conditions

Definitions

Hire Product – relates to all equipment that is hired or available to hire from Events 720 Pty Ltd. Including but not limited to any rental stands, furniture, televisions, audio-visual equipment.

Hirer – means any person or entity, including its employees and agents, who engages Events 720 Pty Ltd to hire and use the products and services that Events 720 Pty Ltd provides.

Owner – all references to “Owner” are interchangeable and mean Events 720 Pty Ltd, ABN 20 151 359 079, its employees and its agents.

Purchaser – means any entity or person, including its employees and agents, that engage Events 720 Pty Ltd to buy any custom product.

Custom Product – includes, but is not limited to, custom furniture, custom exhibition or trade show displays, custom exhibition or trade show stands.

Contract – means a contractual agreement that is made between Events 720 Pty Ltd and the “Hirer”, in regards to both hire and custom products. 

Claims -  means any claim, legal action or liability for damages or compensation. It also includes liability to pay any penalty or expenses, including repair and extraneous costs.

Terms of payment – the “Hirer” agrees to the terms of payment upon entering and completing a “Hire contract” with Events 720 Pty Ltd.

Customer - is a person, company, or representative or agent of a company that engages in hiring, purchasing or any other similar act, from Events 720 Pty Ltd and is responsible for all applicable terms set out in terms for hire and purchase of products. 

Agreement of Works - an Agreement of Works is a document outlining which design concept has been approved by the Customer and for what cost. Events 720 Pty Ltd is then charged with providing that design for that price. 

 

General Use

  1. Shipping – All items requiring shipping and cartage are to be organised by Events 720 Pty Ltd unless otherwise specified in writing.
  2. Terms of payment – By entering a contract with Events 720 Pty Ltd, the Customer agrees to pay all charges, including any extraneous charge for damage, loss of property and cancellation of orders that do not comply with the terms and conditions as listed. Events 720 Pty Ltd has the discretion to charge accordingly for the products available to the Customer. Payments for products are to be paid via direct debit to the nominated Events 720 Pty Ltd account, unless made through the Events 720 Pty Ltd online store, store.events720.com, and paid by other means. Any invoices issued for extraneous reasons that fall outside of the initial order and payment process are to be paid immediately upon receipt of the invoice. Any invoices that are not paid will incur further expenses and charges in the event that Events 720 Pty Ltd need to engage external services to recover the payment. These external services will be charged to the Customer. Deposit amount of 75% must be paid to initiate the project, and no work will commence until this has been paid. The remaining 25% or remaining balance must be paid and finalised prior to the 48 hours before installation is to occur. If there is no adherence to these payment terms, there will be no installation of any products and no refund offered on money already paid. 
  3. Agreement of Works - Before any project can commence, both parties, being the Customer and Events 720 Pty Ltd, are to sign an Agreement of Works which outlines which design has been approved at what cost. Any changes that are made after this Agreement has been signed are subject to Customer approval of additional costs. Any changes that are made to the design after signing the Agreement of Works must be made in writing. Signing an Agreement of Works and paying a deposit will initiate the beginning of the project. No works will commence until both actions, signing an Agreement of Works and paying a deposit, have occurred. 
  4. Intellectual Property - where Events 720 has created and presented a concept, design or images related to any exhibition product, the intellectual property of the design is owned solely by Events 720 unless payment for the design, concept or image is provided. 
  5. Force Majeure – If Events 720 Pty Ltd is unable to complete its contractual obligations, wholly or partly, because of any reason beyond its control, they may give written notice as is appropriately acceptable from becoming aware of the force majeure. A force majeure may include, but is not limited to; extreme weather, strikes, fires, civil commotion or unrest, interference by civil or military authorities or act of war.
  6. Limited Liability – As permitted by law, all warranties and guarantees that may otherwise apply or could be implied are void. Events 720 Pty Ltd acknowledge its obligation in a potential breach of any condition, warranty or guarantee is limited to providing a replacement or a similar item, or repairing the item and not charging for the replacement or repairing the item.
  7. Insurance – At all times of the agreement contract, the Customer is to maintain appropriate insurance policies at their own expense for coverage in the event:
    1. That a theft or damage should occur to an item or product. The amount of the insurance shall be appropriate for the full replacement cost of the item or product; and
    2. Liability, property and casualty insurance to protect and cover Events 720 Pty Ltd against all claims, loss or damage.
  8. Inspection of Property – Events 720 Pty Ltd may make routine and unannounced visits to the exhibition area and inspect the products. The Customer is to acknowledge that these inspections may occur without any notice, and they are expected to be co-operative and assist Events 720 Pty Ltd. Events 720 Pty Ltd will be indemnified from the Customer in any claims or action of trespass in the course of attempting to inspect the products. At no point in the duration of the agreement contract does the Customer have possession of property or title to property, the Customer’s interest in the hire products is as bailee of Events 720 Pty Ltd only, who remain in full possession of the hire product and titles.
  9. Release and Indemnity – All Customers are to release Events 720 Pty Ltd from indemnity, as well as to indemnify Events 720 Pty Ltd against any third-party claims or actions, as well as costs and expenses for damage or injury to person or property that could arise directly or indirectly out of the hire or use of the hire products, including any breach on the Customer’s behalf.
  10. Security Interest – As per the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), these terms create a security interest in the products that favours Events 720 Pty Ltd. The Customer must provide information and complete acts that enables Events 720 Pty Ltd to perfect any security interest created or provided for by these terms, as a perforce security interest with first priority.
  11. Jurisdiction – These terms and conditions are governed by the Laws of Victoria, providing for any overriding Commonwealth jurisdiction. All parties are to submit to the jurisdiction provided by Victoria unless otherwise specified. In the event that the products are to be shipped to other regions, for the purpose of legal jurisdiction, all transactions occur within the state of Victoria, Australia. Australian Taxation laws are therefore the only taxation laws that apply to all transactions. 
  12. Terms – If any term listed shall become void or unenforceable for any reason, then it serves that the specific term is to be removed as to the intent to not infect any other terms and that all other parts are to remain enforceable. Failure by Events 720 Pty Ltd to insist upon strict implication or performance of these terms is not to be construed as a breach or waiver of any of these terms.

In conjunction with these terms, we have specific terms for specific products. Please refer to the terms that govern the specific products that you wish to use.

If you have any questions regarding our terms and conditions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Hire Products Terms & Conditions

Definitions

Owner – all references to “Owner” are interchangeable and mean The Trustee For Events 720 Class Trust (ABN 20 151 359 079) trading as Events 720 Pty Ltd (ACN 607 725 397) (‘Events 720 Pty Ltd’), its employees and its agents.

Hire Product – relates to all equipment that is hired or available to hire from Events 720 Pty Ltd. Including but not limited to any rental stands, furniture, televisions, audio-visual equipment.

Hirer – means any person or entity, including its employees and agents, who engages Events 720 Pty Ltd to hire and use the products and services Events 720 Pty Ltd provides.

Purchaser – means any entity or person, including its employees and agents, that engage Events 720 Pty Ltd to buy any custom product.

Custom Product – includes, but is not limited to, custom furniture, custom exhibition or trade show displays, custom exhibition or trade show stands.

Hire Contract – means a contractual agreement that is made between Events 720 Pty Ltd and the “Hirer”.

Claims -  means any claim, legal action or liability for damages or compensation. It also includes liability to pay any penalty or expenses, including repair and extraneous costs.

Terms of payment – the “Hirer” agrees to the terms of payment upon entering and completing a “Hire contract” with Events 720 Pty Ltd.

Customer - is a person, company, or representative or agent of a company that engages in hiring, purchasing or any other similar act, from Events 720 Pty Ltd and is responsible for all applicable terms set out in terms for hire and purchase of products. 

Agreement of Works - an Agreement of Works is a document outlining which design concept has been approved by the Customer and for what cost. Events 720 Pty Ltd is then charged with providing that design for that price. 

 

General Use

  1. Shipping – All items requiring shipping and cartage are to be organised by Events 720 Pty Ltd unless otherwise specified in writing. Cartage and placement charges will be applied at a rate of 25%, which may be increased at the discretion of Events 720 Pty Ltd. 
  2. Terms of payment – By entering a hire contract with Events 720 Pty Ltd, the Hirer agrees to pay all hire charges, including any extraneous charge for damage, loss of property and cancellation of orders that do not comply with the terms and conditions as listed. Events 720 Pty Ltd has the discretion to charge accordingly for the products available for hire. Payments for products hired are to be paid via direct debit to the nominated Events 720 Pty Ltd account, unless made through Events 720 Pty Ltd online store, store.events720.com, and paid by other means. Any invoices issued for extraneous reasons that fall outside of the initial order and payment process are to be paid immediately upon receipt of the invoice. Any invoices that are not paid will incur further expenses and charges in the event that Events 720 Pty Ltd need to engage external services to recover the payment. These external services will be charged to the Hirer.
  3. Force Majeure – If Events 720 Pty Ltd is unable to complete its contractual obligations, wholly or partly, because of any reason beyond its control, they may give written notice as is appropriately acceptable from becoming aware of the force majeure. A force majeure may include, but is not limited to; extreme weather, strikes, fires, civil commotion or unrest, interference by civil or military authorities or act of war. 
  4. Limited Liability – As permitted by law, all warranties and guarantees that may otherwise apply or could be implied are void. Events 720 Pty Ltd acknowledge its obligation in a potential breach of any condition, warranty or guarantee is limited to providing a replacement or a similar item, or repairing the item and not charging for the replacement or repairing the item.
  5. Insurance – At all times of the hire contract, the Hirer is to maintain appropriate insurance policies at their own expense for coverage in the event:
    1. That a theft or damage should occur to the item or hire product. The amount of the insurance shall be appropriate for the full replacement cost of the item or hire product; and
    2. Liability, property and casualty insurance to protect and cover Events 720 Pty Ltd against all claims, loss or damage.
  6. Inspection of Property – Events 720 Pty Ltd may make routine and unannounced visits to the stand and inspect the hire products. The Hirer is to acknowledge that these inspections may occur without any notice, and they are expected to be co-operative and assist Events 720 Pty Ltd. Events 720 Pty Ltd will be indemnified from the Hirer in any claims or action of trespass in the course of attempting to inspect the hire products. At no point in the duration of the hire contract does the Hirer have possession of property or title to property, the Hirer’s interest in the hire products is as bailee of Events 720 Pty Ltd only, who remain in full possession of the hire product and titles.
  7. Release and Indemnity – All Hirer’s are to release Events 720 Pty Ltd from indemnity, as well as to indemnify Events 720 Pty Ltd against any third-party claims or actions, as well as costs and expenses for damage or injury to person or property that could arise directly or indirectly out of the hire or use of the hire products, including any breach on the Hirer’s behalf.
  8. Security Interest – As per the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), these terms create a security interest in the hire products that favours Events 720 Pty Ltd. The Hirer must provide information and complete acts that enables Events 720 Pty Ltd to perfect any security interest created or provided for by these terms, as a perforce security interest with first priority.
  9. Jurisdiction – These terms and conditions are governed by the Laws of Victoria, providing for any overriding Commonwealth jurisdiction. All parties are to submit to the jurisdiction provided by Victoria unless otherwise specified. In the event that the products are to be shipped to other regions, for the purpose of legal jurisdiction, all transactions occur within the state of Victoria, Australia. Australian Taxation laws are therefore the only taxation laws that apply to all transactions.
  10. Terms – If any term listed shall become void or unenforceable for any reason, then it serves that the specific term is to be removed as to the intent to not infect any other terms and that all other parts are to remain enforceable. Failure by Events 720 Pty Ltd to insist upon strict implication or performance of these terms is not to be construed as a breach or waiver of any of these terms.

Product Hire Terms and Conditions

  1. Ownership - All hire goods remain the property of Events 720 Pty Ltd at all times.
  2. Prices - Prices are exclusive of GST, shipping and damage waiver. Prices are at Events 720 Pty Ltd discretion.
  3. Duration - The hire contract will stipulate the duration of the hire, and prices may vary accordingly.
  4. Payments - All payments relating to product hire are to be completed in full 4 weeks prior to first date of the hire contract.
  5. Changes to Order - Any upgrades or changes to order made 7 days prior to hire contract start date are to be charged as per a separate invoice and paid immediately following the conclusion of the contract end date. Events 720 Pty Ltd reserves the right to add a surcharge to any invoices that result from a late addition to orders.
  6. Cancellation - Any hire products that have been processed and then cancelled will not be refunded. Cancellation of any hire products requires a minimum of 21 day’s notice from the first day of the event. 
  7. Potential problems - If any issues with any hire product arises upon delivery or during an event, Events 720 Pty Ltd must be notified immediately. There will be no discussion and no concession available for issues raised at the close of an event or at the end date of a hire contract.
  8. Changes to rental order - In the event that a rental order cannot be completed or a similar but different product is delivered during an event, due to reasons outside of Events 720 Pty Ltd control, Events 720 Pty Ltd will attempt to source the item that has been originally ordered. In the event that this is not possible, if the item is of lesser value than the original hire product, Events 720 Pty Ltd will refund the difference in price. If the item provided is different from the original hire item but is a like-for-like item and would have cost more than the original item to hire, no discount or refund will be applicable. Discounts or refunds for any changed items are offered at the discretion of Events 720 Pty Ltd. 
  9. Damage Waiver – All Hirers are required to pay and acknowledge a damage waiver, providing basic cover for damage items. Events 720 Pty Ltd reserves the right to assess the extent of damage to hire products and issue further invoices accordingly. The damage waiver is charged at 8% of the hire cost, to repair any small damage caused accidentally. In the event that the damage to the item exceeds 8% of the hire cost, Events 720 Pty Ltd reserve the right to issue an invoice to charge for the full cost of repair or replacement to the item.
  10. Lost or stolen property – It is the Hirer’s responsibility for the return of products in the condition they were received. Any items stolen or lost will be charged to the Hirer at the full rate in a separate invoice at the conclusion an event and must be paid immediately. Events 720 Pty Ltd must be notified immediately of any loss of hire product, but also if there is any damage that results in the hire product not working as it should. In the event that the hire products become damaged or stop working, the Hirer is to stop using the product, notify Events 720 Pty Ltd and take steps to ensure that no further damage to the product can occur. The Hirer is not to attempt to fix the hire product themselves, and could incur extra charges if it is proven that this has occurred. Any negligent behaviour on the part of the Hirer will result in further charges to repair or replace the item, and could result in charges related to the time it takes to replace or repair the item as well as any other expense Events 720 Pty Ltd could incur in the process or repairing or replacing the item.

Obligations on the Hirer – The Hirer hires the hire product at their own risk and responsibility, from the time of delivery and during possession, until collection or the hire product is returned to Events 720 Pty Ltd. The Hirer, where necessary, must be responsible for organising and obtaining the appropriate permits and/or plans and pay such fees as may be required to use the hire products. Upon delivery or installation, the Hirer must examine the hire product immediately to satisfy itself as to the condition of the hire product. Acceptance of the hire product indicates that the condition was an acceptable standard and that the Hirer has examined the hire product. The Hirer is not to rely upon the skill or judgement of Events 720 Pty Ltd as to any representation about the hire product’s purpose, suitability or performance. The Hirer is liable for extra costs in the event that the Hirer alters the installation or delivery requirements. The Hirer is not to remove the hire product from the designated location detailed in the hire contract, unless in writing with Events 720 Pty Ltd approval, also in writing. The Hirer must not sub-hire under any circumstances. The Hirer must assume the risk and indemnify Events 720 Pty Ltd from and against any and all property damage and personal injury that results from using the hire products, contact with underground cables, pipes or other services and obstructions; and all necessary surface repairs. The Hirer must use the hire products for their intended purpose, and only in the capacity that it was designed to be used in. The Hirer must comply with all written instructions from Events 720 Pty Ltd that accompany the hire products. The Hirer must ensure that all of the hire products are ready for collection within a timely manner and are in properly packed condition and is readily accessible. In the event of damage, cleaning or drying costs as a result of negligence or fault of the Hirer, the Hirer shall pay Events 720 Pty Ltd appropriately to have the hire products restored to the original condition.

If you have any questions on any of our terms and conditions please contact us to discuss. 

 

Custom Stand Terms and Conditions

Definitions

Hire Product – relates to all equipment that is hired or available to hire from Events 720 Pty Ltd. Including but not limited to any rental stands, furniture, televisions, audio-visual equipment.

Hirer – means any person or entity, including its employees and agents, who engages Events 720 Pty Ltd to hire and use the products and services that Events 720 Pty Ltd provides.

Owner – all references to “Owner” are interchangeable and mean Events 720 Pty Ltd, ABN 20 151 359 079, its employees and its agents.

Purchaser – means any entity or person, including its employees and agents, that engage Events 720 Pty Ltd to buy any custom product.

Custom Product – includes, but is not limited to, custom furniture, custom exhibition or trade show displays, custom exhibition or trade show stands.

Contract – means a contractual agreement that is made between Events 720 Pty Ltd and the “Hirer”, in regards to both hire and custom products. 

Claims -  means any claim, legal action or liability for damages or compensation. It also includes liability to pay any penalty or expenses, including repair and extraneous costs.

Terms of payment – the “Hirer” agrees to the terms of payment upon entering and completing a “Hire contract” with Events 720 Pty Ltd.

Customer - is a person, company, or representative or agent of a company that engages in hiring, purchasing or any other similar act, from Events 720 Pty Ltd and is responsible for all applicable terms set out in terms for hire and purchase of products. 

Agreement of Works - an Agreement of Works is a document outlining which design concept has been approved by the Customer and for what cost. Events 720 Pty Ltd is then charged with providing that design for that price. 

 

General Use

  1. Shipping – All items requiring shipping and cartage are to be organised by Events 720 Pty Ltd unless otherwise specified in writing.
  2. Terms of payment – By entering a contract with Events 720 Pty Ltd, the Customer agrees to pay all charges, including any extraneous charge for damage, loss of property and cancellation of orders that do not comply with the terms and conditions as listed. Events 720 Pty Ltd has the discretion to charge accordingly for the products available to the Customer. Payments for products are to be paid via direct debit to the nominated Events 720 Pty Ltd account, unless made through the Events 720 Pty Ltd online store, store.events720.com, and paid by other means. Any invoices issued for extraneous reasons that fall outside of the initial order and payment process are to be paid immediately upon receipt of the invoice. Any invoices that are not paid will incur further expenses and charges in the event that Events 720 Pty Ltd need to engage external services to recover the payment. These external services will be charged to the Customer. Deposit amount of 75% must be paid to initiate the project, and no work will commence until this has been paid. The remaining 25% or remaining balance must be paid and finalised prior to the 48 hours before installation is to occur. If there is no adherence to these payment terms, there will be no installation of any products and no refund offered on money already paid. 
  3. Agreement of Works - Before any project can commence, both parties, being the Customer and Events 720 Pty Ltd, are to sign an Agreement of Works which outlines which design has been approved at what cost. Any changes that are made after this Agreement has been signed are subject to Customer approval of additional costs. Any changes that are made to the design after signing the Agreement of Works must be made in writing. Signing an Agreement of Works and paying a deposit will initiate the beginning of the project. No works will commence until both actions, signing an Agreement of Works and paying a deposit, have occurred. 
  4. Intellectual Property - where Events 720 has created and presented a concept, design or images related to any exhibition product, the intellectual property of the design is owned solely by Events 720 unless payment for the design, concept or image is provided. 
  5. Force Majeure – If Events 720 Pty Ltd is unable to complete its contractual obligations, wholly or partly, because of any reason beyond its control, they may give written notice as is appropriately acceptable from becoming aware of the force majeure. A force majeure may include, but is not limited to; extreme weather, strikes, fires, civil commotion or unrest, interference by civil or military authorities or act of war.
  6. Limited Liability – As permitted by law, all warranties and guarantees that may otherwise apply or could be implied are void. Events 720 Pty Ltd acknowledge its obligation in a potential breach of any condition, warranty or guarantee is limited to providing a replacement or a similar item, or repairing the item and not charging for the replacement or repairing the item.
  7. Insurance – At all times of the agreement contract, the Customer is to maintain appropriate insurance policies at their own expense for coverage in the event:
    1. That a theft or damage should occur to an item or product. The amount of the insurance shall be appropriate for the full replacement cost of the item or product; and
    2. Liability, property and casualty insurance to protect and cover Events 720 Pty Ltd against all claims, loss or damage.
  8. Inspection of Property – Events 720 Pty Ltd may make routine and unannounced visits to the exhibition area and inspect the products. The Customer is to acknowledge that these inspections may occur without any notice, and they are expected to be co-operative and assist Events 720 Pty Ltd. Events 720 Pty Ltd will be indemnified from the Customer in any claims or action of trespass in the course of attempting to inspect the products. At no point in the duration of the agreement contract does the Customer have possession of property or title to property, the Customer’s interest in the hire products is as bailee of Events 720 Pty Ltd only, who remain in full possession of the hire product and titles.
  9. Release and Indemnity – All Customers are to release Events 720 Pty Ltd from indemnity, as well as to indemnify Events 720 Pty Ltd against any third-party claims or actions, as well as costs and expenses for damage or injury to person or property that could arise directly or indirectly out of the hire or use of the hire products, including any breach on the Customer’s behalf.
  10. Security Interest – As per the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), these terms create a security interest in the products that favours Events 720 Pty Ltd. The Customer must provide information and complete acts that enables Events 720 Pty Ltd to perfect any security interest created or provided for by these terms, as a perforce security interest with first priority.
  11. Jurisdiction – These terms and conditions are governed by the Laws of Victoria, providing for any overriding Commonwealth jurisdiction. All parties are to submit to the jurisdiction provided by Victoria unless otherwise specified. In the event that the products are to be shipped to other regions, for the purpose of legal jurisdiction, all transactions occur within the state of Victoria, Australia. Australian Taxation laws are therefore the only taxation laws that apply to all transactions. 
  12. Terms – If any term listed shall become void or unenforceable for any reason, then it serves that the specific term is to be removed as to the intent to not infect any other terms and that all other parts are to remain enforceable. Failure by Events 720 Pty Ltd to insist upon strict implication or performance of these terms is not to be construed as a breach or waiver of any of these terms.

 

Custom Product Purchase Terms and Conditions

  1. Ownership – The ownership of any custom product remains in the possession of Events 720 Pty Ltd until the dismantle and effective delivery as optioned and paid for by the Purchaser. 
  2. Prices – Prices will vary for custom products and are at the discretion of Events 720 Pty Ltd. All prices are exclusive of GST, unless otherwise specified.
  3. Duration – The custom product remains in the possession of Events 720 Pty Ltd for the duration of the time from the signed job order for the custom product, until the completion of dismantle and final delivery, unless otherwise stated and agreed to by both parties.
  4. Payment – Payment is split into two payments unless another agreement is provided in writing and Events 720 Pty Ltd is agreeable. The first payment is 75% of the total amount to be paid immediately upon the Agreement of Works being signed and allows production to begin. The remaining 25%, or any remaining balance, must be paid no later than 7 days from the conclusion of the event.
  5. Design Agreement - Events 720 Pty Ltd provides quotations based on the agreement of approved renders and designs. In the event that the Purchaser changes their mind on design and wants a different product other than has been agreed to in the Agreement of Works, the Purchaser will incur the cost for any additional materials as well as the cost of any materials that have already been purchased. 
  6. Storage – Events 720 Pty Ltd can offer storage solutions for custom products at a nominated price to be paid in advance by the Purchaser. At your instruction, Events 720 Pty Ltd can provide information regarding insurance solutions while the custom product is in storage. Events 720 Pty Ltd will not be responsible for custom products held in storage that result in damage, loss or theft.
  7. Indemnity during dismantling of products – The Purchaser is to indemnify Events 720 Pty Ltd from any damage that occurs to the custom products during the dismantling of products that have not resulted from negligence or a breach in any dismantle instructions.
  8. Insurance – The Purchaser is to engage and maintain the appropriate insurance to cover the custom product from the moment that ownership is transferred to the Purchaser. Events 720 Pty Ltd has engaged and maintains ‘Marine Transit Insurance’ up to $100,000 per load of custom product, and will review this amount periodically to meet the needs of the current agreements and obligations. In the event that Events 720 Pty Ltd is not contracted to install the custom product, the Purchaser is to arrange and maintain the appropriate insurance to cover the cost of the custom product once the custom product leaves the Events 720 Pty Ltd premises. It is required that the Purchaser organise and maintain appropriate insurance for the custom product if they wish to utilise Events 720 Pty Ltd storage solutions. Events 720 Pty Ltd will not be responsible for any damage, theft or loss that occurs after the transfer of ownership occurs.
  9. Potential Issues – If the Purchaser has concerns regarding the quality of the custom products, the concerns are to be raised immediately with Events 720 Pty Ltd. Events 720 Pty Ltd will make every endeavour to address concerns and rectify any potential issues within a reasonable timeframe. There will be no discussion and no concessions available if potential issues are not raised and notified to Events 720 Pty Ltd before the close of an event date.
  10. General terms – All other general terms listed as terms and conditions are applicable to custom products and engagement with Purchasers, unless otherwise agreed.

If you have any questions on any of our terms and conditions please contact us to discuss. 

International Clients Terms and Conditions

Definitions

Hire Product – relates to all equipment that is hired or available to hire from Events 720 Pty Ltd. Including but not limited to any rental stands, furniture, televisions, audio-visual equipment.

Hirer – means any person or entity, including its employees and agents, who engages Events 720 Pty Ltd to hire and use the products and services that Events 720 Pty Ltd provides.

Owner – all references to “Owner” are interchangeable and mean Events 720 Pty Ltd, ABN 20 151 359 079, its employees and its agents.

Purchaser – means any entity or person, including its employees and agents, that engage Events 720 Pty Ltd to buy any custom product.

Custom Product – includes, but is not limited to, custom furniture, custom exhibition or trade show displays, custom exhibition or trade show stands.

Contract – means a contractual agreement that is made between Events 720 Pty Ltd and the “Hirer”, in regards to both hire and custom products. 

Claims -  means any claim, legal action or liability for damages or compensation. It also includes liability to pay any penalty or expenses, including repair and extraneous costs.

Terms of payment – the “Hirer” agrees to the terms of payment upon entering and completing a “Hire contract” with Events 720 Pty Ltd.

Customer - is a person, company, or representative or agent of a company that engages in hiring, purchasing or any other similar act, from Events 720 Pty Ltd and is responsible for all applicable terms set out in terms for hire and purchase of products. 

Agreement of Works - an Agreement of Works is a document outlining which design concept has been approved by the Customer and for what cost. Events 720 Pty Ltd is then charged with providing that design for that price. 

 

General Use

  1. Shipping – All items requiring shipping and cartage are to be organised by Events 720 Pty Ltd unless otherwise specified in writing.
  2. Terms of payment – By entering a contract with Events 720 Pty Ltd, the Customer agrees to pay all charges, including any extraneous charge for damage, loss of property and cancellation of orders that do not comply with the terms and conditions as listed. Events 720 Pty Ltd has the discretion to charge accordingly for the products available to the Customer. Payments for products are to be paid via direct debit to the nominated Events 720 Pty Ltd account, unless made through the Events 720 Pty Ltd online store, store.events720.com, and paid by other means. Any invoices issued for extraneous reasons that fall outside of the initial order and payment process are to be paid immediately upon receipt of the invoice. Any invoices that are not paid will incur further expenses and charges in the event that Events 720 Pty Ltd need to engage external services to recover the payment. These external services will be charged to the Customer. Deposit amount of 75% must be paid to initiate the project, and no work will commence until this has been paid. The remaining 25% or remaining balance must be paid and finalised prior to the 48 hours before installation is to occur. If there is no adherence to these payment terms, there will be no installation of any products and no refund offered on money already paid. 
  3. Agreement of Works - Before any project can commence, both parties, being the Customer and Events 720 Pty Ltd, are to sign an Agreement of Works which outlines which design has been approved at what cost. Any changes that are made after this Agreement has been signed are subject to Customer approval of additional costs. Any changes that are made to the design after signing the Agreement of Works must be made in writing. Signing an Agreement of Works and paying a deposit will initiate the beginning of the project. No works will commence until both actions, signing an Agreement of Works and paying a deposit, have occurred. 
  4. Intellectual Property - where Events 720 has created and presented a concept, design or images related to any exhibition product, the intellectual property of the design is owned solely by Events 720 unless payment for the design, concept or image is provided. 
  5. Force Majeure – If Events 720 Pty Ltd is unable to complete its contractual obligations, wholly or partly, because of any reason beyond its control, they may give written notice as is appropriately acceptable from becoming aware of the force majeure. A force majeure may include, but is not limited to; extreme weather, strikes, fires, civil commotion or unrest, interference by civil or military authorities or act of war.
  6. Limited Liability – As permitted by law, all warranties and guarantees that may otherwise apply or could be implied are void. Events 720 Pty Ltd acknowledge its obligation in a potential breach of any condition, warranty or guarantee is limited to providing a replacement or a similar item, or repairing the item and not charging for the replacement or repairing the item.
  7. Insurance – At all times of the agreement contract, the Customer is to maintain appropriate insurance policies at their own expense for coverage in the event:
    1. That a theft or damage should occur to an item or product. The amount of the insurance shall be appropriate for the full replacement cost of the item or product; and
    2. Liability, property and casualty insurance to protect and cover Events 720 Pty Ltd against all claims, loss or damage.
  8. Inspection of Property – Events 720 Pty Ltd may make routine and unannounced visits to the exhibition area and inspect the products. The Customer is to acknowledge that these inspections may occur without any notice, and they are expected to be co-operative and assist Events 720 Pty Ltd. Events 720 Pty Ltd will be indemnified from the Customer in any claims or action of trespass in the course of attempting to inspect the products. At no point in the duration of the agreement contract does the Customer have possession of property or title to property, the Customer’s interest in the hire products is as bailee of Events 720 Pty Ltd only, who remain in full possession of the hire product and titles.
  9. Release and Indemnity – All Customers are to release Events 720 Pty Ltd from indemnity, as well as to indemnify Events 720 Pty Ltd against any third-party claims or actions, as well as costs and expenses for damage or injury to person or property that could arise directly or indirectly out of the hire or use of the hire products, including any breach on the Customer’s behalf.
  10. Security Interest – As per the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth), these terms create a security interest in the products that favours Events 720 Pty Ltd. The Customer must provide information and complete acts that enables Events 720 Pty Ltd to perfect any security interest created or provided for by these terms, as a perforce security interest with first priority.
  11. Jurisdiction – These terms and conditions are governed by the Laws of Victoria, providing for any overriding Commonwealth jurisdiction. All parties are to submit to the jurisdiction provided by Victoria unless otherwise specified. In the event that the products are to be shipped to other regions, for the purpose of legal jurisdiction, all transactions occur within the state of Victoria, Australia. Australian Taxation laws are therefore the only taxation laws that apply to all transactions. 
  12. Terms – If any term listed shall become void or unenforceable for any reason, then it serves that the specific term is to be removed as to the intent to not infect any other terms and that all other parts are to remain enforceable. Failure by Events 720 Pty Ltd to insist upon strict implication or performance of these terms is not to be construed as a breach or waiver of any of these terms.

 

Custom Product Purchase Terms and Conditions

  1. Ownership – The ownership of any custom product remains in the possession of Events 720 Pty Ltd until the dismantle and effective delivery as optioned and paid for by the Purchaser. 
  2. Prices – Prices will vary for custom products and are at the discretion of Events 720 Pty Ltd. All prices are exclusive of GST, unless otherwise specified.
  3. Duration – The custom product remains in the possession of Events 720 Pty Ltd for the duration of the time from the signed Agreement of Works for the custom product, until the completion of dismantle and final delivery, unless otherwise stated and agreed to by both parties.
  4. Payment – Payment is split into two payments unless another agreement is provided in writing and Events 720 Pty Ltd is agreeable. The first payment is 75% of the total amount to be paid immediately upon the Agreement of Works being signed and allows production to begin. The remaining 25%, or any remaining balance, must be paid no later than 48 hours before the beginning of installation.
  5. Design Agreement - Events 720 Pty Ltd provides quotations based on the agreement of approved renders and designs. In the event that the Purchaser changes their mind on design and wants a different product other than has been agreed to signed Agreement of Works, the Purchaser will incur the cost for any additional materials as well as the cost of any materials that have already been purchased. 
  6. Storage – Events 720 Pty Ltd can offer storage solutions for custom products at a nominated price to be paid in advance by the Purchaser. At your instruction, Events 720 Pty Ltd can provide information regarding insurance solutions while the custom product is in storage. Events 720 Pty Ltd will not be responsible for custom products held in storage that result in damage, loss or theft.
  7. Indemnity during dismantling of products – The Purchaser is to indemnify Events 720 Pty Ltd from any damage that occurs to the custom products during the dismantling of products that have not resulted from negligence or a breach in any dismantle instructions.
  8. Insurance – The Purchaser is to engage and maintain the appropriate insurance to cover the custom product from the moment that ownership is transferred to the Purchaser. Events 720 Pty Ltd has engaged and maintains ‘Marine Transit Insurance’ up to $100,000 per load of custom product, and will review this amount periodically to meet the needs of the current agreements and obligations. In the event that Events 720 Pty Ltd is not contracted to install the custom product, the Purchaser is to arrange and maintain the appropriate insurance to cover the cost of the custom product once the custom product leaves the Events 720 Pty Ltd premises. It is required that the Purchaser organise and maintain appropriate insurance for the custom product if they wish to utilise Events 720 Pty Ltd storage solutions. Events 720 Pty Ltd will not be responsible for any damage, theft or loss that occurs after the transfer of ownership occurs.
  9. Potential Issues – If the Purchaser has concerns regarding the quality of the custom products, the concerns are to be raised immediately with Events 720 Pty Ltd. Events 720 Pty Ltd will make every endeavour to address concerns and rectify any potential issues within a reasonable timeframe. There will be no discussion and no concessions available if potential issues are not raised and notified to Events 720 Pty Ltd before the close of an event date.
  10. General terms – All other general terms listed as terms and conditions are applicable to custom products and engagement with Purchasers, unless otherwise agreed.

If you have any questions on any of our terms and conditions please contact us to discuss.

View the terms and conditions for each of our products and services.

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