Nicholas Prettejohn

Chairman Designate and Non-Executive Director

Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror

1. DEFINITIONS
 
1.1 "Purchaser" means the company named on the front of this Purchase Order or any associate company thereof on whose behalf an Order is placed.
 
1.2 "Seller" means the person firm or company with whom an order is placed.
 
1.3 "Goods" means the article or things or any of them described in an Order and to be supplied by the Seller.
 
1.4 Order" means the Purchasers official instructions to the Seller in writing to supply the Goods on these conditions and where those instructions conflict with the terms of these Conditions those instructions shall prevail.
 
1.5 "Contract" means the Order and the Sellers acceptance thereof.
 
2. OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE
 
An Order made by the Purchaser shall constitute an offer on the part of the Purchaser which must be accepted by the prompt return of the acknowledgement of an Order form or other similar acceptance in writing by the actual execution of an Order and such acceptance will be deemed to bind the Seller to these Conditions and no Goods shall be supplied by the Seller except in accordance with such conditions
 
3. SOLE CONDITIONS
 
3.1 These Conditions alone shall apply to an Order subject only to any variations in writing signed by both the Seller and the Purchaser. Any printed or standard conditions appearing on any documents emanating from the Seller shall have no legal effect whatsoever. They appear in the documents only because they are printed thereon and the Seller waives any rights he might otherwise have to rely on such conditions.
 
3.2 No other agreement or understanding in any way modifying or supplementing an Order nor any promises or representations made by the representatives of the Purchaser or Seller shall be binding unless confirmed in writing and signed by authorised officers of both parties.
 
4. DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY
 
4.1 The Goods shall be supplied in strict accordance with the description and specification contained in an Order and shall not exceed the quantity specified. The Purchaser shall not be liable for any excess costs or charges due to deviations from the specification or stated quality.
 
4.2 The Goods supplied shall be of the very best quality and fit for their purposes. The Goods shall comply with all relevant standards and Codes of Practice and contain no deleterious materials or defective components. The Purchaser reserves the right to reject any of the Goods which are faulty or do not conform to the quality, quantity, standard or description as specified in an Order. The Purchaser may return any rejected Goods at the Seller's risk and expense. Acceptance of the Goods by the Purchaser is subject to a weight check in the receiving store of the Purchaser or on a public weighbridge and to any tests specified in the Order.
 
5. INDEMNITY
 
The Seller shall indemnify the Purchaser against the following: (whether caused by defective design. workmanship or material or by failure of the Seller to supply the Goods in accordance with the terms of an Order or any terms implied by Statute or Common Law) or by any other default or non-compliance of the Seller relating to an Order.
 
a) Loss or expense or damage or injury whatsoever or whensoever arising suffered by the Purchaser or for which the Purchaser may be held liable to third parties:
 
b) Consequential or indirect loss or damage (including without limitation loss of profits. use of contracts) sustained by the Purchaser or for which the Purchaser may be liable:
 
c) Claims in respect of breach of any statutory duty.
 
6. FORCE MAJEURE AND FRUSTRATION OF CONTRACT
 
The Purchaser shall have the right to defer the date of delivery or to cancel any Order in the event of the purchaser's business being interrupted by any conditions beyond its control. ("Force Majeure") The event of Force Majeure shall include, but shall not be limited to acts of God, Government restrictions (including the denial or cancellation of any export or other necessary license), wars, insurrections, Terrorism (or the threat of it), civil commotion, industrial disputes, strikes, accidents, flood, fire and other disasters and for any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the Purchaser. Dates by which performance obligations are scheduled to be met will be extended for a period of time equal to the time lost due to any delay so caused, including, but not limited to terms for payment. The Purchaser will not be liable to the Seller for any loss, expenses or costs arising as a result of any deferral or cancellation so caused.
 
7. DELIVERY
 
A separate invoice in respect of each Order shall be sent by the Seller to the Purchaser upon dispatch of the Goods showing inter alia the number and date of the Order. All deliveries shall be made to the place or places and at the time or times specified in the Order accompanied by a delivery note showing Order number and in the case of part delivery the outstanding balance remaining to be delivered. The Goods shall be properly packed and protected against damage and deterioration in transit and shall be delivered, insured and carriage paid in accordance with the purchasers instruction (if any). Unless otherwise agreed in writing between the Purchaser and the Seller, time shall be of the essence and the delivery date or dates specified in an Order shall be condition of the Contract.
 
8. TITLE AND RISK
 
The Goods shall remain at the Sellers risk until accepted by the Purchaser. The property in the Goods shall pass to the Purchaser on delivery or when the Goods become appropriated to the Contract, whichever is the earlier.
 
9. PRICE AND PAYMENT
 
9.1 The price stated in the Order is inclusive of all costs and expenses including packing and transportation costs. No variation in the price of the Goods will be accepted for any reason whatsoever unless reasonable notice thereof has been given in writing by the Seller the Purchaser and an authorised officer of the Purchaser shall have accepted the price variation in writing.
 
9.2 Where the Goods are subject to Value Added Tax or any other taxes the amount legally demandable is to be rendered as a separate item of account and if required by the Purchaser, the Seller shall produce bona fide evidence of the amount paid or to be paid by it in respect thereof.
 
9.3 The Purchaser reserves the right to deduct from any monies due or becoming due to the Seller, any monies due from the Seller to the Purchaser under the Contract or any other contract relating to the supply of goods or services.
 
9.4 The price of the Goods includes the cost of insurance, packaging and carriage of the Goods unless otherwise expressly indicated in the Order.
 
9.5 Any discount period will be calculated from the date the invoice is received by the Purchaser.
 
9.6 Payment for Goods accepted by the Purchaser shall be made at the end of the month following the month of invoice.
 
10. BREACH
 
10.1 Any breach of any term of an Order or any of these Conditions by the Seller regarding time of delivery shall (whether or not the Purchaser has accepted the Goods or any part thereof and whether or not the property in those Goods has passed to the Purchaser) entitle the Purchaser at its option either to treat the Contract as repudiated or treat any such breach as a breach or warranty giving rise to claim for damages.
 
10.2 If at any time after acceptance by the Seller of an Order the Seller (being an individual) commits any act of bankruptcy or compounds or makes arrangement with his creditors, or the Seller (being a company) goes into liquidation either voluntary or compulsory (except a voluntary insolvent liquidation for the purpose of amalgamation or reconstruction) or has a receiver or administrative receiver appointed over any of its assets the Purchaser may cancel such Order by written notice to the Seller.
 
10.3 No time given or concession made on the part of the Purchaser shall be construed as a waiver of any of its rights and remedies hereunder or at common law.
 
11. CANCELLATION
 
The Purchaser shall have the right to cancel an Order in whole or in part at any time for any reason whatsoever by giving the Seller notice thereof in writing. In such event, the Purchaser shall pay to the Seller (except where the order has been cancelled due to breach by the Seller) a fair and reasonable sum for all materials used and work done up to the time of the cancellation whereupon the property in such materials shall pass to the Purchaser. The Purchaser shall not be liable for any loss including consequential or indirect loss suffered by the Seller or any third party as a result of such cancellation.
 
12. WARRANTY
 
If the Goods or any part thereof show any defects in design, workmanship or materials or do not otherwise comply with the Contract within a period of 24 months from the date of delivery the Purchaser may at its option either:
 
(a) require the Seller to repair or replace such defective Goods to the satisfaction of the Purchaser (In which case the Clause shall apply to the repaired or replacement Goods) or
 
(b) reject such defective Goods (in which case the purchaser shall return the same to the Seller at the Sellers risk and expense and the Purchaser shall be entitled to purchase equivalent goods elsewhere and any additional expense incurred in connection therewith reimbursed forthwith by the Seller)
 
13. PATENTS
 
The Seller warrants that the design, construction and quality of the Goods comply in all respects with all statutes, statutory rules. Orders, regulations and Codes of Practice which may be enforced or which in any way apply to the Goods and further that any adaptation, sale or use of the Goods by the Purchaser will not infringe any patent, trade mark, trade name, registered design, copyright or other intellectual property right belonging to any third party. The Seller undertakes to indemnify the Purchaser against all loss, damage, costs, expenses, claims and proceedings which the Purchaser may suffer or incur by reason of any breach of their said warranties.
 
14. ASSIGNMENT
 
The Seller shall not without the prior written consent of the Purchaser assign or sub-contract any Contract or any part thereof (except for materials and minor details the makers or supplier of which are specified in the Order). Any such consent shall be conditional upon the assignee or sub-contractor accepting these conditions and shall not, in the case of sub-contracting, relieve the Seller of his responsibility for any of the Goods included in the Order.
 
15. CONFIDENTIALITY
 
The Seller shall treat any Order and all designs, drawings, specifications and information supplied therewith as confidential and shall not disclose the same to any third party without the Purchasers prior written consent or infringe any copyright, patent, trade name, registered design or any other intellectual property right vested in the Purchaser.
 
16. COVERING LAW
 
The Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and each party thereto hereby submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, except where the Goods are being delivered to Scotland in which case the Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Scottish law and each party thereto hereby submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Scottish Courts.
 
17. ANTI-SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING REGULATIONS
 
The Seller undertakes, warrants and represents that:
 
17.1 Neither the Seller nor any of its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors has:
 
(a) committed an offence under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (a MSA Offence); or
 
(b) been notified that it is subject to an investigation relating to an alleged MSA Offence or prosecution under the Modern Slavery Act 2015; or
 
(c) is aware of any circumstances within its supply chain that could give rise to an investigation relating to an alleged MSA Offence or prosecution under the Modern Slavery Act 2015;
 
17.2 it shall comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the applicable anti-slavery and human trafficking laws;
 
17.3 it shall notify the Customer immediately in writing if it becomes aware or has reason to believe that it, or any of its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors have breached or potentially breached any of Supplier’s obligations as set out above. Such notice shall set out full details of the circumstances concerning the breach or potential breach of the Seller’s obligations;
 
17.4 it shall implement and maintain appropriate due diligence procedures for any of its agents and subcontractors to ensure that no MSA Offence shall occur in its supply chain;
 
17.5 it shall, if so requested by the Customer in writing, prepare and deliver to the Customer a written report certifying the steps it has taken to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any part of its business or that of its supply chain;
 
17.6 it has reviewed a copy of the Customer’s T&C’s and acknowledges it is committed to respecting the rights of workers and ensuring that the Seller is neither causing nor contributing to an MSA Offence.
 
18. FACTORING
 
The Seller is prohibited from factoring or otherwise assigning any of its rights arising from this Order or from varying the terms of payment without the express written permission of the Purchaser signed by its authorised officer.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Except where otherwise agreed in writing, these terms and conditions apply to all material commissioned by Trinity Mirror plc or companies in the Trinity Mirror group of companies (“Trinity Mirror”) for publication in Trinity Mirror’s publications, including newspapers and magazines, websites (however accessed) and apps (“Titles”)

1. You will supply the content described in the Commissioning Email (“the Content”).

2. (a) Trinity Mirror agrees to pay you the Payment subject to its approval of the Content.

(b) Trinity Mirror will account for and pay the Syndication Fee to you. The Syndication Fee is not payable in respect of the uses of the Content set out in sub-clauses 5 (a) (i), (ii) and (iii) below.

3. You agree to comply with:

(a) all current legislation; and

(b) the terms of the IPSO Editors' Code of Practice, which can be found at www.ipso.co.uk.

4. You confirm that:

(a) you own the copyright in the Content;

(b) no rights in the Content are owned or controlled by any other party;

(c) you have the power to grant a licence in the Content; and

(d) the exploitation of the Content by Trinity Mirror under the terms of this agreement will not infringe the rights of any other party.

5. In consideration of the Payment, you grant the rights set out below to Trinity Mirror.

(a) An irrevocable, assignable, sub-licensable, royalty-free worldwide licence authorising Trinity Mirror to exercise any right in respect of the Content which would otherwise be exercisable exclusively by the copyright owner, including without limitation the right to:

(i) edit, store, reproduce and/or publish the Content in any medium;

(ii) distribute the Content to online and digital library services and aggregator sites and to NLA Media Access Limited and other reprographic rights organisations;

(iii) license reproduction of the Content by third parties including cuttings agencies and PR consultancies; and

(iv) syndicate the Content in any medium.

(b) The licence will be exclusive and in perpetuity.

(c) You agree to ensure, in the event you assign the copyright in the Content at any time, that such assignment is subject to the licence granted herein.

(d) The licence is effective whether or not Trinity Mirror publishes the Content.

6. To the extent applicable and to the extent permitted by law, you waive all rights conferred on you by Chapter IV of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 as amended from time to time and under all similar legislation from time to time in force anywhere in the world including the right to be identified as the author of the Content.

7. You permit but do not oblige Trinity Mirror to use your name and/or other identifying features (including but not limited to images, trade marks and logos) to promote the Content anywhere in the world and permit but do not oblige Trinity Mirror to authorise others to do the same.

8. You agree promptly to assist Trinity Mirror in defending any complaint arising out of

(a) the Content; and/or

(b) any behaviour on your part relating to the Content including but not limited to any behaviour relating to information-gathering, research or acquisition of material whether or not such material becomes part of the Content.

9. (a) You confirm that you will be working on a freelance basis and shall be wholly responsible for and indemnify Trinity Mirror in relation to:

(i) any income tax, national insurance or social security contributions and any other associated liabilities arising from or made in connection with this agreement; and

(ii) any liabilities for any employment related claim or any claim based on employee or ‘in the employment of’ status (including reasonable costs and expenses) brought by you against Trinity Mirror arising out of or in connection with this Agreement.

(b) Trinity Mirror may at its option satisfy the indemnity in this clause (in whole or in part) by way of deduction from any payments due to you.

10. You consent to Trinity Mirror storing your personal data (for example, your name, address, and contact details and bank account details) for the purpose of enabling Trinity Mirror to exercise its rights hereunder, to pay you monies due to you, and to provide you with any agreed credit.

11. This agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties relating to the Content and supersedes all other agreements relating to the Content whether oral or in writing. The parties acknowledge that in entering into this agreement they have not relied on any representations, warranties or undertakings other than those expressly set out in this agreement.

12. This agreement is governed by the laws of England and Wales and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Except where otherwise agreed in writing, these terms and conditions apply to all material supplied to and published by Trinity Mirror plc or companies in the Trinity Mirror group of companies (“Trinity Mirror”) for publication in Trinity Mirror’s publications, including newspapers and magazines, websites (however accessed) and apps (“Titles”).

These terms and conditions apply to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions contained or referred to in any communication from you to Trinity Mirror including, without limitation, any terms and conditions, acknowledgement or acceptance of order, specification, delivery note, invoice or otherwise.

In consideration of their mutual obligations, you and Trinity Mirror agree to the terms and conditions set out in this agreement.

1. You have supplied content to Trinity Mirror (“the Content”).

2. (a) If a payment (“the Payment”) has been agreed in writing, Trinity Mirror will pay it to you, subject to the publication of the Content.

(b) If a syndication fee (“the Syndication Fee”) has been agreed in writing, Trinity Mirror will account for and pay this to you for any syndication of the Content. The Syndication Fee is not payable in respect of any use of the Content as set out in sub-clauses 5 (a) (i), (ii) and (iii) below.

(c) VAT will also be payable, if applicable.

3. You agree that the Content will comply with:

(a) all current legislation; and

(b) the terms of the IPSO Editors' Code of Practice, which can be found at www.ipso.co.uk.

4. You confirm that:

(a) you either own the copyright in the Content or are the licensee of the Content;

(b) you have the power to grant a licence in the Content to Trinity Mirror; and

(c) the exploitation of the Content in accordance with the terms of this agreement will not infringe the rights of any other party.

5. You grant to Trinity Mirror the rights set out below.

(a) An irrevocable, assignable, sub-licensable, royalty-free worldwide licence authorising Trinity Mirror to do in relation to the Content anything which would, in the absence of such licence, infringe your rights in the Content subsisting in any jurisdiction including but not limited to the right to:

(i) edit, store, reproduce and/or publish the Content in any medium;

(ii) distribute the Content to online and digital library services and aggregator sites and to NLA Media Access Limited and other reprographic rights organisations;

(iii) license reproduction of the Content by third parties including cuttings agencies and PR consultancies; and

(iv) syndicate the Content in any medium.

(b) The licence will be non-exclusive and in perpetuity.

(c) You agree to ensure, in the event you assign the copyright in the Content at any time, that such assignment is subject to the licence granted herein.

(d) The licence is effective whether or not Trinity Mirror publishes the Content.

6. To the extent applicable and to the extent permitted by law, you waive all rights conferred on you by Chapter IV of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 as amended from time to time and under all similar legislation from time to time in force anywhere in the world including the right to be identified as the author of the Content.

7. You permit but do not oblige Trinity Mirror to use your name and/or other identifying features (including but not limited to images, trade marks and logos) to promote the Content anywhere in the world and permit but do not oblige Trinity Mirror to authorise others to do the same.

8. You agree promptly to assist Trinity Mirror in defending any complaint arising out of

(a) the Content; and/or

(b) any behaviour on your part relating to the Content including but not limited to any behaviour relating to information-gathering, research or acquisition of material whether or not such material becomes part of the Content.

9. (a) You confirm that you shall be wholly responsible for and indemnify Trinity Mirror in relation to:

(i) any income tax, national insurance or social security contributions and any other associated liabilities arising from or made in connection with this agreement; and

(ii) any liabilities for any employment related claim or any claim based on employee or ‘in the employment of’ status (including reasonable costs and expenses) brought by you against Trinity Mirror arising out of or in connection with this Agreement.

(b) Trinity Mirror may at its option satisfy the indemnity in this clause (in whole or in part) by way of deduction from any payments due to you.

10. You consent to Trinity Mirror storing your personal data (for example, your name, address, and contact details and bank account details) for the purpose of enabling Trinity Mirror to exercise its rights hereunder, to pay you monies due to you and to provide you with any agreed credit.

11. You hereby agree to indemnify Trinity Mirror against any claims, losses, liabilities, costs (including reasonable legal costs) or damages suffered or incurred by Trinity Mirror as a consequence of any breach or alleged breach by you of clause 4 or clause 6 this agreement.

12. This agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties relating to the Content and supersedes all other agreements relating to the Content whether oral or in writing. The parties acknowledge that in entering into this agreement they have not relied on any representations, warranties or undertakings other than those expressly set out in this agreement.

13. This agreement is governed by the laws of England and Wales and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

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