A repair contract is a contract in which a contractor undertakes to perform certain repair services for another company or individual. Additional or derogatory terms offered by buyer (including additional or different terms in an order) are invalid and ineffective, unless seller has expressly agreed in writing. This Service Agreement is the exclusive agreement between the parties for the Services for the Products subject to the conditions set forth therein. All prior or simultaneous agreements, understandings and assurances, orally or in writing, are superseded by these Terms and Conditions. Changes to these terms and conditions are only valid if they have been signed in writing and by the seller. The Seller`s sales representatives and agents are not entitled to provide assurances that are not included therein, and such assurances should not be considered reliable by the Buyer. one. This Agreement and the Capital Master Plan constitute the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the services provided to the Customer by [Maintenance Company] and no warranty, inducement, promise or agreement not included therein shall have any force or effect. The seller offers maintenance and repair contracts per device under the following conditions. Buyer may acquire from Seller maintenance and repair services (“Services”) for one or more instruments specified in an order (“Covered Product”). The Seller`s offer to sell the Services to the Buyer is expressly limited to the Buyer`s acceptance of the following conditions. Each of the following conditions is the acceptance of these general conditions by the buyer: PandaTip: This model contains the usual conditions for home repair contracts.

It is advisable to have them checked by a lawyer to ensure that your contract complies with the laws specific to your region. Unless expressly stated otherwise in writing by the Seller, the initial term of the Service Contract is one year and occurs on the date indicated by the Seller in its offer or indicated elsewhere to the Buyer. . . .