Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

 

 

Terms and Conditions

 

  1. Definitions

 

1.1          Definitions:

 

Act means the Corporations Act (2001) and includes any amendment or re-enactment of it or any legislation passed in substitution for it;

 

Agreement means the Registration Form, the Terms and Conditions or any other document forming part of the Agreement between the Company and the Licensee, including any schedules or annexures;

 

Authorised Person means the person so named in the Agreement;

 

Authority means any government or governmental, semi-governmental body, regulatory or judicial body, department, commission, authority, instrumentality, tribunal, agency or entity, and includes a revenue authority and any self-regulatory organisation established under statute;

Basic Policy has the meaning as set out in clause 16.Box means the safety deposit box in the Vault Facility allocated for exclusive use to a Licensee as listed in the Schedule or in any other part of the Agreement;

 

Business Day means a day that is not a Saturday, a Sunday or a public holiday or bank holiday in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia;

 

Company means Fortis Vaults Pty Ltd ABN 29 128 129 751;

 

Company Key means a key that corresponds to the relevant Licensee Key and is retained by the Company;

 

Commencement Date means the commencement date of the Agreement;

 

Extended Policy has the meaning as set out in clause 16.

 

Identification Requirements means the requirements set out in clause 20 of the Terms and Conditions;

 

Insolvency Event means, in relation to a person or entity (as the case may be), the person or entity being made bankrupt, being placed into liquidation, receivership, administration or official management, entering into a scheme of arrangement, compromise or composition with creditors or being or becoming unable to pay one’s debts as they fall due or similar event occurring to the person;

 

Licence Fee means any monies payable by the Licensee to the Company in connection with the Agreement which are determined by the Company and notified to the Licensee from time to time;

 

Law means the requirements of any statute, rule, regulation, proclamation, ordinance or by-law;

 

Licensee means the person or persons listed as the Licensee(s) in the Agreement or any person nominated by the Licensee(s) in accordance with the Agreement or otherwise approved by the Company who has full operating rights;

 

Licensee Keys means the keys referable to a specific Box, issued by the Company to the Licensee and retained by that Licensee or its Authorised Person;

 

  • Loss means, in relation to any person:
    • a damage, loss, cost, expense or liability incurred by the person; or
    • a claim, action, proceeding or demand made against the person,

however arising and whether present or future, fixed or unascertained, actual or contingent;

Opt-In Fee means the fee payable as set by the Company, and advised to the Licensee, on an annual basis in relation to, and based upon, the Licensee’s request for coverage under the Extended Policy.

 

Period means the term of the lease as set out in the Registration Form or as otherwise extended, modified or varied in accordance with these Terms and Conditions;

 

Property means the Licensee’s property which is stored in the Box;

 

Registration Form means the registration form of the Company completed by or on behalf of the Licensee;

 

Schedule means the schedule to the Registration Form or to these Terms and Conditions or to any other document between the Company and the Licensee forming part of the Agreement;

 

Termination Date means the date that this Agreement terminates;

 

Terms and Conditions means these terms and conditions;

 

Vault Facility means the premises at which the relevant Box is located, being Level 10, 227 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 3000.

 

1.2          Interpretation

1.2.1      Reference to one gender includes the others; the singular includes the plural and the plural includes the singular; and a person includes a body corporate.

 

1.2.2      “Including” and similar expressions are not words of limitation.

 

1.2.3      Headings and any table of contents or index are for convenience only and do not form part of the Agreement or affect its interpretation.

 

 

  1. Agreement

In consideration of the payment by the Licensee to the Company of the Licence Fee and compliance by the Licensee and its Authorised Persons with the Agreement, the Company agrees to allocate and licence the Box to the Licensee for the Licensee’s exclusive use during the Term.

 

 

 

  1. Period

Subject to the terms of the Agreement, and unless otherwise indicated, the Period will be renewed on payment of the Licence Fee, made in advance, at least seven (7) Business Days prior to the end of the Period.

 

 

  1. Licence Fee

4.1          The Licence Fee is set out in the Agreement.

 

4.2          The Licensee must:

 

4.2.1      pay the Licence Fee for the full Period in advance and on or before the Commencement Date. The Agreement will not commence until the Licence Fee is paid;

 

4.2.2      pay the Licence Fee for subsequent renewals in advance and at least seven (7) Business Days prior to the end of the Period. The Agreement will terminate if it is not renewed.

 

4.3          All other charges which may be payable by the Licensee at any time are as set out in the Agreement.

 

4.4          All payments must be made by cash, bank transfer, approved credit or debit card, or by such other means as directed by the Company.

 

4.5         On execution of the Agreement the Licensee must provide a direct debt authority in a form required by the Company to automatically debit each Licensee fee from the Licensee’s credit card or bank account.

 

4.6          Unless otherwise determined by the Company, the License Fee increases annually by 5 %.

 

 

  1. Contents

5.1          The Licensee may use the Box to store Property, which the Licensee is legally entitled to store and which is accessible only by the Licensee and the Licensee’s Authorised Persons.

 

5.2          The Licensee must not store:

 

5.2.1      liquids;

 

5.2.2      anything which is offensive in nature or illegal;

 

5.2.3      anything that has been declared dangerous or hazardous under any Law;

 

5.2.4      any dangerous, flammable, corrosive or perishable items;

 

5.2.5      weapons, regardless of whether or not they are in working order;

 

5.2.6      anything which may become a nuisance to any person;

 

5.2.7      anything which the Licensee does not have full legal entitlement to store to the exclusion of third parties;

 

5.2.8      anything the storage of which will make us subject to any liability or penalty;

 

5.2.9      anything that requires any special handling or storage to enable its safe or effective storage.

 

5.3          The Licensee warrants and agrees that the Licensee’s Property stored in the Box complies with this clause 5.

 

5.4          If the Company becomes aware that anything stored in the Box is of a kind that contravenes this clause 5, the Company may remove it and deal with it in a lawful manner, including destruction of such property or handing it to an appropriate Authority. The Company will not be liable to the Licensee for any Loss the Licensee incurs as a result of the Company taking such action, and the Licensee indemnifies the Company accordingly.

 

  1. Licence Keys

6.1          Two (2) Licensee Keys will be issued per Box to at least one (1) Authorised Person on receipt by the Company of the Licence Fee and the Key Deposit. Where a Box is held jointly and has more than one Authorised Person, the Company may provide both of these Licensee Keys to one (1) Authorised Person. A Box may only be opened when both a Licensee holding a Licensee Key and a Company representative holding a Company Key are present.

 

6.2          All Licensee Keys remain the property of the Company.

 

6.3          The Licensee must:

 

6.3.1.     not make or arrange for any person to make a copy of the Licensee Keys;

 

6.3.2      not mark the Licensee Keys in any way;

 

6.3.3      ensure that all Licensee Keys provided to the Licensee are not destroyed, damaged, lost or given to any person other than the Authorised Persons; and

 

6.3.4      on termination of the Agreement the Licensee must return all Licensee Keys to the Company in good condition.

 

6.4          The Licensee agrees that:

 

6.4.1.     a Key Deposit of $270 is payable in full to the Company before any Licensee Keys are provided by the Company to the Licensee. The Key Deposit is a fixed standard fee of $270 and applies regardless of the size of the box and the period of lease of the Box.

 

6.4.2.     if one Licensee Key is lost, damaged or misplaced, the Licensee will not be entitled to any refund of the Key Deposit and the Company will be entitled to retain the full amount of the Key Deposit.

 

6.4.3.     if both Licensee Keys are lost, damaged or misplaced the Company will arrange for a locksmith to attend the Vault Facility to drill open and gain access to the Box. The Licensee agrees that: (a) at lease one Licensee must be present at the Box during the time that the locksmith is accessing the Box; (b) the Licensee must pay all amounts charged by the locksmith for attending the Vault Facility and accessing the Box, which will include a minimum call out fee of $500 (plus GST) due and payable at the time the Box is accessed and any other fees, charges or costs charged by the locksmith.

 

  1. Access

7.1          The Licensee agrees that only the Licensee(s) and the Authorised Persons shall have access to the Box and its contents. The Company requires the Identification Requirements to be met before allowing access to the Box and the Company may, in its absolute discretion, refuse access if the Identification Requirements are not met.

 

7.2          The Licensee may nominate additional Authorised Persons or withdraw the authority of Authorised Persons by notice in writing to the Company (in the form of a written letter in English delivered to the Company and signed by the Licensee(s)).

 

7.3          The Company may regulate access to the Vault Facility in its reasonable discretion.

 

7.4          The Authorised Person may only access the Box with the relevant Licensee Key in the presence of a Company representative with the corresponding Company Key. A Box can only be opened when both the Licensee Key and the Company Key are inserted into the key holes of the relevant Box. The Company reserves the right to deny access to the Box if any provision of the Agreement has been breached by the Licensee including but not limited to a failure to pay Licence Fees or other charges referred to in the Agreement. However, upon any such breach being remedied the Company will immediately grant the Licensee access to the Box.

 

7.5          Once the Box has been opened, the Authorised Person may view or remove the contents of the Box without the supervision of a Company representative in an allocated viewing suite and/or within the Vault Facility.

 

7.6          In the event that an Authority, or any duly authorised representative of an Authority, serves upon the Company a legal demand to access a Box, or information held by the Company about the Licensee, to the extent permitted by law, the Company will comply with such demand. The Company expressly disclaims any liability for any Loss suffered by the Licensee in such an instance. All other attempts to access a relevant Box or information held by the Company about a Licensee will be resisted by the Company unless the Licensee has instructed the Company in writing otherwise. The Licensee acknowledges and agrees that: (a) all Loss (including all legal fees on a solicitor-client basis) incurred in resisting access will be borne by the Licensee; (b) the Licensee indemnifies the Company against all such costs and will immediately upon demand by the Company, make payment to the Company of all such costs. If permitted by law the Company will first notify the Licensee of its receipt of such legal demand.

 

  1. Liability

8.1          Subject to clause 16 of these Terms and Conditions, the Licensee acknowledges and agrees that, to the maximum extent permitted by Law:

 

8.1.1      any liability of the Company to the Licensee, any Authorised Person and any other third party (including for any Loss the Licensee may suffer or incur in connection with the Licensee’s Property) is limited to: (a) liabilities which are claimable by the Company under the Basic Policy (or the Extended Policy if applicable in accordance with clause 16); and (b) the amount recovered by the Company in respect of that liability under the relevant policy.

 

8.1.2      the Company’s total liability to the Licensee (or Licensees where there is more than one)  will not exceed the amount recovered by the Company in respect of that liability under the Basic Policy (or the Extended Policy if applicable in accordance with clause 16).

 

8.1.3     all warranties that would otherwise be implied into the Agreement to have bee provided by the Company are excluded.

 

8.2          The Licensee indemnifies the Company for any Loss the Company may incur (including liability to any third party) arising from the licensing of the Box (and access to the Vault Facility) by the Licensee, its Authorised Persons and any other person attending the Vault Facility with the Licensee and or its Authorised Persons.

 

  1. Termination

9.1          The Agreement terminates on the earlier of:

 

9.1.1      either the Company or the Licensee giving the other not less than thirty (30) days written notice of the intended termination; or

 

9.1.2      where the Company in its discretion elects to immediately terminate the Agreement where any of the events specified in clauses 6.2, 7.1 or 11 of the Terms and Conditions occurs; or

 

9.1.3      the end of the Period where the Licensee has not renewed the Agreement in accordance with clause 4.2 of the Terms and Conditions.

 

9.2          Termination of the Agreement is without prejudice to any accrued rights of the Parties.

 

9.3          The Licensee must return the Licensee Keys to the Company and remove the contents of the Box prior to the Termination Date.

 

9.4          Where the Agreement is terminated by either the Company or the Licensee by the giving of notice under clause 9.1.1 of the Terms and Conditions before the end of the Period, the Company will provide the Licensee with a refund of the Licence Fee that is commensurate with the period of the reduction of the Period on a pro rata basis.

 

9.5          Where the Agreement is terminated for any other reason than the giving of notice under clause 9.1.1 of the Terms and Conditions before the end of the Term, the Licensee will not be entitled to any refund of the Licence Fee.

 

9.6          Where the Agreement is terminated for any reason, the Licensee will not be entitled to a refund of any administrative or other charges paid by the Licensee to the Company.

 

9.7          Where this Agreement is terminated for any reason, the Licensee will immediately cease to be a named party on the Basic Policy and/or the Extended Policy.

 

 

  1. Disposal of Property

10.1       Where the Agreement is terminated for any reason, the Licensee must remove all Property from the Box prior to the last day of the Period or where the last day of the Period falls on a day that is not a Business Day, then the next available Business Day.

 

10.2       Where the Licensee fails to remove the Property from the Box in accordance with clause 10.1, the Company will be entitled to exercise its rights and powers under applicable laws, including rights of sale of the Property including under the Warehousemen’s Liens Act 1958.

 

10.3        Where the Company holds uncollected goods, the Company may:

 

10.3.1    remove the Property from the Box and store the Property at the Company’s discretion;

 

10.3.2    apply to the appropriate Court for an order for the sale and/or disposal of the Property and apply the proceeds of the sale to any outstanding Licence Fees or charges owing by the Licensee to the Company and refund the balance of the proceeds of the sale (if any) to the Licensee.

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Insolvency, Incapacity or Death

 

11.1        Where a Licensee:

 

11.1.1    suffers an Insolvency Event;

 

11.1.2    dies; or

 

11.1.3    otherwise becomes unable to exercise its rights under the Agreement for reasons of incapacity, and the property of the Licensee is vested in a relevant trustee or executor as the case may be,

 

the Company may terminate the Agreement and permit such trustee or executor to access the Box to remove its contents, subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement.

 

11.2        Where the Company is placed into liquidation, administration or bankruptcy, the liquidator, administrator or other relevant party responsible for administering the Company will contact the Licensee and notify the Licensee to remove all Property from the Box. The Company is not entitled to access the Box or remove Property from the Box except as otherwise permitted under clause [#] or [#]. The Licensee acknowledges and agrees that if the Licensee does not remove the Property from the Box by the date nominated in the notice, then the provisions of clauses 10.2 and 10.3 will apply and the Company (or the administrator, liquidator or other relevant third party) will be entitled to remove the Property from the Box and exercise all of the rights set out in clauses 10.2 and 10.3.

 

  1. Goods and Services Tax

12.1       Definitions In this clause:

 

12.1.1    “GST” means GST as defined in A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act (1999) as amended (GST Act) or any replacement or other relevant legislation and regulations;

 

12.1.2    words or expressions used in this clause 12 which have a particular meaning in the GST law (as defined in the GST Act, and also including any applicable legislative determinations and Australian Taxation Office public rulings) have the same meaning, unless the context otherwise requires;

 

12.1.3    any reference to GST payable by a Party includes any corresponding GST payable by the representative member of any GST group of which that Party is a member;

 

12.1.4    any reference to an input tax credit entitlement by a Party includes any corresponding input tax credit entitlement by the representative member of any GST group of which that Party is a member; and

 

12.1.5    if the GST law treats part of a supply as a separate supply for the purpose of determining whether GST is payable on that part of the supply or for the purpose of determining the tax period to which that part of the supply is attributable, such part of the supply is to be treated as a separate supply.

 

12.2       Supply is a taxable supply

 

12.2.1    Unless GST is expressly included, the consideration to be paid or provided under any other clause of the Agreement for any supply made under or in connection with the Agreement does not include GST.

 

12.2.2    To the extent that any supply made under or in connection with the Agreement is a taxable supply, the GST exclusive consideration otherwise to be paid or provided for that taxable supply is increased by the amount of any GST payable in respect of that taxable supply and that amount must be paid at the same time and in the same manner as the GST exclusive consideration is otherwise to be paid or provided. A party’s right to payment under this clause 12 is subject to a valid tax invoice being delivered to the recipient of the taxable supply.

 

  1. Variation

13.1       The Company:

13.1.1    may vary the Terms and Conditions, or change or introduce any fee or charge, at anytime;

 

13.1.2   will give the Licensee notice of any variation to the Terms and Conditions no later than thirty (30) days before the change takes effect;

 

13.1.3    will give the Licensee at least thirty (30) days prior notice if the Company changes or introduces a new Licence Fee or charge.

 

13.2       If the Licensee does not accept any variation or change that the Company makes, and the Licensee is not in breach of the Agreement, the Licensee can terminate the Agreement within thirty (30) days from the date of the Company’s notice under clause 13.1.2.

 

13.3       If the Licensee does not notify the Company that the Licensee wishes to terminate the Agreement within thirty (30) days from the date of the Company’s notice under clause 13.1.2, the Licensee will be deemed to have accepted the variation set out in the Company’s notice.

 

13.4       The Licensee may not vary the Agreement.

 

 

  1. Late Payment and Charges

If the Licensee does not pay the Licence Fee or any other charge within seven (7) days of the date that it becomes due, then without limiting the Licensee’s rights under the Agreement:

 

14.1        the Company will immediately suspend the Licensee’s access to the Vault Facility;

 

14.2        the Licensee will be charged a holding fee and administration fee if the Property remains in the Box, after the suspension;

 

14.3        the Licensee must pay a late payment fee of $100 plus interest on all overdue accounts at a rate of 12 % per annum calculated daily on a pro-rata basis until the day of actual payment in full of all amounts owing to the Company.

  1. Changes to Licensee’s Particulars

15.1       The Licensee must notify the Company promptly and in writing of any change to the contact details of the Licensee or Authorised Person set out in the Agreement.

 

15.2       The Company will not accept any changes to those details set out in the Agreement unless they are given to the Company in writing and signed by the Licensee which may be sent to the Company by email by the Licensee together with evidence required by the Company to the Company’s satisfaction.

 

  1. Insurance

16.1       The Company agrees to take out and hold an insurance policy covering personal injury and property damage relating to third parties but such insurance need not extend to damage to property in the physical care, possession, custody or control of the Company (the ‘Basic Policy’).

 

16.2        In addition to the Basic Policy, the Company agrees to take out and hold an additional insurance policy to cover gold, silver, diamonds, precious metals, jewellery, specie, cash, securities, bonds, certificates, bills of exchange or any other property or articles of intrinsic value the property of the Licensee which is:

(a)          entrusted to the Company; or

(b)          contained in safe deposit boxes lodged in the safe deposit vaults of the Company’s premises at 227 Collins Street Melbourne or any of their present or future branches wherever situate within Australia including boxes leased or not leased to the Licensee and while such property or articles or boxes are in the said premises but temporarily outside the safe deposit vaults on site.

(the ‘Extended Policy’)

 

16.3        The Licensee shall be automatically covered by the Basic Policy in consideration for payment of the Licence Fee.

 

16.4        The Licensee shall not be automatically covered by the Extended Policy but may ‘opt-in’ in accordance with clause 16.5 below.

 

16.5        In the event the Licensee wishes to ‘opt-in’ to be covered under the Extended Policy, the Licensee must:

  • request to the Company in writing (either by confirming such on the registration form when first engaging the Company or otherwise by email);
  • Confirm to the Company the level of additional cover required by the Licensee (noting that the Company will fund the first $10,000 of cover); and
  • Make payment of the Opt-In Fee on an annual basis.

 

16.6        For the avoidance of doubt:

(a)          the Opt-In Fee is payable annually and will be set by the Company in its absolute discretion and notified to the Licensee each year. The Opt-In Fee payable by the Licensee shall be determined by the Company by reference to, amongst other things, the terms and conditions of the Extended Policy in place and the level of coverage sought by the Licensee;

(b)          Payment of the Opt-In Fee is due within 14 days of receipt by the Licensee of the Opt-In Fee notice sent by the Company for the next year;

(c)           In the event the Licensee fails to pay the Opt-In Fee, or the Opt-In Fee is paid late, then the Licensee shall not be covered by the Extended Policy for such period that the Opt-In Fee remains unpaid, taking into account the insurance period under the Extended Policy.

 

16.7        the Company is not an insurance provider and does not hold an Australian Financial Services (AFS) licence.

 

16.8       In the event the Licensee decides to opt in to the Extended Policy in accordance with this clause 16, the Company agrees to provide the Licensee with a copy of the terms and conditions of the Extended Policy on the Licensee’s written request, without charge, within a reasonable time after the request.

 

16.9       The Company agrees that in consideration of the Licensee paying the Licence Fee and/or the Opt-In Fee and otherwise complying with the terms of the Agreement, the Company will take reasonable steps to provide information about the status of the Basic Policy and/or Extended Policy as appropriate.

 

16.10     If a Licensee wishes to make a claim against the Company in respect of any Property held in the Licensee’s Box or any other type of claim under this Agreement, the Licensee must first ensure that the intended claim meets the requirements for bringing a claim under the Basic Policy and/or the Extended Policy. If the intended claim does meet these all of the requirements applicable to that type of claim, then the Licensee must notify the Company in writing of the claim as soon as possible after the event giving rise to the intended claim but in any event no later than 30 days prior to the time limit for bringing claims as set out in the terms and conditions of the relevant insurance policy (Final Date).

 

16.11     The Licensee acknowledges and agrees that: (a) it will not be able to bring any claims in respect of the subject matter of that intended claim after the Final Date; (b) it will have no further claim against the Company in respect of the subject matter of that intended claim; and (c) the Company will have no further liability whatsoever, in respect of the subject matter of that intended claim.

 

  1. Authorised Persons:

17.1       If the Licensee is an individual, the Licensee can nominate one or two persons over the age of 18 years to be Authorised Persons. The Company reserves the right to refuse to accept any person as the Licensee’s Authorised Person.

 

17.2        If the Licensee is a company or other entity, the Licensee can nominate one or two Authorised Persons over the age of 18 years. The Company reserves the right to refuse to accept any person as the Licensee’s Authorised Person. If a company Licensee wishes to nominate more than one Authorised Person, then such nomination will be at the sole discretion of the Company.

 

17.3       The Licensee’s Authorised Persons have limited access and control over Property as the Licensee does, including the rights to access the Property, remove the Property, and terminate the Agreement. Where an Authorised Person requests to terminate the Agreement, the Company will also seek to obtain confirmation of this from the Licensee prior to terminating the Agreement.

 

17.4       If the Company is unable to contact the Licensee using the details the Licensee has provided to the Company in the Agreement, the Company may contact the Authorised Persons or nominated next of kin (as noted on their Registration Form) to, among other things, give notice that the Company requires the Property to be removed.

 

17.5       The Licensee can revoke the authority of any Authorised Person or replace an Authorised Person with another by giving the Company written notice (signed by the Licensee) and upon payment of an administration fee of $50.

 

  1. Access to Vault Facility

18.1       Access to Property stored at the Vault Facility is limited to the Licensee and the Authorised Persons.

 

18.2       The Company will require identification and authorisation in the manner notified by the Company to the Licensee before allowing access (and by appointment only) to the Vault Facility and the Company may refuse access if it is not satisfied with the form of identification and authorisation produced.

 

18.3       The Licensee can access the Vault Facility between 9.00am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted) and every 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month between 10 am and 2 pm.

 

18.4       The Company may refuse any person access to the Vault Facility or to the Property where required to do so by Law, notices, orders or directions.

 

  1. Joint Ownership

If the Licensee comprises two (2) or more parties, they will be jointly and severally liable under the terms of the Agreement and treated as jointly and severally entitled to the Property. If the Parties are individuals, access to the Vault Facility and the Property will be treated as that of the survivor if any of the Licensees are deceased.

 

  1. Identification

20.1       The Licensee acknowledges:

 

20.1.1    in accordance with The Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act (2006) (AML/CTF Act), the Company must verify the identity of the Licensee  and, at the discretion of the Company, the beneficial owners of companies, trusts, partnerships, incorporated associations and registered co-operatives of the Licensee;

 

20.1.2    “beneficial owner” means “the natural person who ultimately owns or controls the Licensee and/or the natural person on whose behalf the Licensee has entered into the Agreement”;

 

20.1.3    “beneficial owner” includes those persons who exercise effective control over a legal person or arrangement, and includes a person who directly or indirectly owns 25% or more of an entity or who controls another person; and

 

20.1.4    if there is a chain of ownership, the relevant beneficial owner is the person who ultimately owns or controls the Licensee.

 

20.2      The Licensee is required to complete the current Registration Form, which includes the Company’s AML/CTF Act Identification Requirements. These requirements are in place to:

 

20.2.1    ensure the Licensee is properly identified through a documented process; and

 

20.2.2    verify the identity of customers/businesses using reliable electronic and independent documentation.

 

20.3       In relation to the Company’s activities, the Company undertakes to and warrants that it will at all times comply with the AML/CTF Act.

 

20.4        The Company acknowledges that it also has obligations under the Privacy Act 2008, including the requirement to comply with the Australian Privacy Principles. A copy of the Company’s Privacy Policy will be provided upon request.

 

20.5       Pursuant to the Australian Privacy Principles, the Licensee authorises the Company to collect personal information provided to the Company by the Licensee (including the Licensee’s full name, address, date of birth, email address, contact details and copies of personal ID documents such as the Licensee’s Driver Licence, Passport, Medicare Card, Bank Statements, Council Rates Notices or any other documents that prove the Licensee’s identity) (“Personal Information”).

 

20.6        The Company may provide the Personal Information to its related companies so that the Company’s relationship with the Licensee may be best administered.

 

20.7        The Company may provide the Licensee with products and services the Licensee requests, and the Company may provide the Licensee with information about the Company’s products and services as well as products and services of related companies.

 

20.8        To complete the Company’s Identification Requirements, the Licensee authorises the Company to use the Personal Information provided by the Licensee to request information from credit agencies, financial institutions and Authorities as required to verify the Licensee’s identity.

 

  1. Notices

21.1       Notices

21.1.1    Any notice or other communication including, but not limited to, any request, demand, consent or approval, to or by a party to the Agreement:

 

(a)          must be in legible writing and in English addressed in accordance with the recitals or as specified to the sender by any party by notice;

 

(b)          where the sender is a company, must be signed by an officer or under the common seal of the sender;

 

(c)           is regarded as being given by the sender and received by the addressee:

 

(i)            if by delivery in person, when delivered to the addressee;

 

(ii)           if by post, on delivery to the addressee;

 

(iii)          if by electronic mail, when received by the addressee; or

 

(iv)          if by facsimile transmission to the facsimile number specified at the commencement of this Agreement or such other number as may be notified to the Company, whether or not legibly received, when received by the addressee, but if the delivery or receipt is on a day which is not a Business Day or is after 4.00 pm (addressee’s time) it is regarded as received at 9.00 am on the following Business Day; and

 

(d)          can be relied upon by the addressee and the addressee is not liable to any other person for any consequences of that reliance if the addressee believes it to be genuine, correct and authorised by the sender.

 

21.1.2    A facsimile transmission is regarded as legible unless the addressee telephones the sender within 2 hours after transmission is received or regarded as received under error and informs the sender that it is not legible.

 

21.1.3   In this clause, a reference to an addressee includes a reference to an addressee’s officers, agents or employees.

 

21.2       Governing law and jurisdiction

21.2.1    The Agreement is governed by the laws of Victoria,  Australia.

 

21.2.2    Each of the parties irrevocably submits to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Victoria.

 

21.3       Assignment

21.3.1    The Licensee may not assign, transfer or in any other manner deal with its rights or obligations under the Agreement without the prior written approval of the Company;

 

21.3.2    The Company may assign its rights and or obligations under the Agreement provided it first notifies the Licensee.

 

21.4       Prohibition and enforceability

21.4.1    Any provision of, or the application of any provision of, the Agreement or any power which is prohibited in any jurisdiction is, in that jurisdiction, ineffective only to the extent of that prohibition.

 

21.4.2    Any provision of, or the application of any provision of, the Agreement which is void, illegal or unenforceable in any jurisdiction does not affect the validity, legality or enforceability of that provision in any other jurisdiction or of the remaining provisions in that or any other jurisdiction.

 

21.5       Waivers

Waiver of any right arising from a breach of the Agreement or of any power arising upon default under the Agreement must be in writing and signed by the party granting the waiver.

 

21.6       Entire agreement

The Agreement incorporates the entire understanding of the Company and the Licensee and supersedes all previous arrangements and understandings, written and oral, between them in relation to the same.

 

 

 

21.7       Costs and outlays

21.7.1    Each party must pay its own costs and outlays connected with the preparation and execution of the Agreement.

 

21.7.2    The Licensee must, when due or earlier, pay all stamp duty and other government duties and imposts payable from time to time in connection with the Agreement and all other documents and matters referred to in the Agreement.

 

FORTIS VAULTS PTY LTD – LICENCE AGREEMENT

This document is for the licence of a Vault (S) at Fortis Vaults Pty Ltd.

The licensee’s name (The licensee)

 

………………………………………………………………………………………………………

And / or

………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Name of Company/ Trust/ SMSF

 

The licensor’s name is Fortis Vaults Pty Ltd.

The licensee acknowledges that Fortis Vaults Pty Ltd has granted to the Licensee to use the security storage facility, in particular

Box Number ……………………………………………………………………………………..

 

………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Licensee 1

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Licensee 2