E-Commerce Vendor Terms & Conditions

This E-Commerce Vendor Buying Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into as of date of acceptance between BUILDBOLD.COM, BUILD BOLD INC.(including its parents, affiliates, and subsidiaries),(“BOLD”).

Located at:
140 Marycroft Ave. Unit 4
Woodbridge, Ontario
L4L 5Y4

AND

The “VENDOR”in agreement of this document


The parties agree as follows:


    1. Scope.The purpose of this Agreement is to provide qualifying vendors with the opportunity to sell products through BOLD’s E-Commerce business. This Agreement supplements any other agreements governing the buying and selling of products between BOLD and Vendor, including any vendor buying agreements and/or purchase orders.
    2. E-Commerce.For purposes of this Agreement, E-Commerce means sales of products by BOLD to its retail customers via the Internet, BOLD’s websites, or any on-line system or computer network. E-Commerce also includes any related business and marketing activities supporting such sales.
    3. Term.The Term of this Agreement begins on the Effective Date and continues until either: (1) BOLD or Vendor terminates this Agreement upon thirty (30) days written notice to the other; or (2) Vendor ceases selling products through BOLD’s E-Commerce business. If terminated by either Party, the Agreement will continue to govern the sale of Vendor products purchased for E-Commerce prior to termination until such products are sold, returned, or removed from inventory so that no inventory of such products remains.
    4. Representations and Warranties.Vendor represents and warrants that: (1) it has the power to authorize the sale and/or display of its products on-line and as part of BOLD’s E-Commerce business; (2) all product information, data, images, and/or intellectual property provided by Vendor to BOLD for its E-Commerce business (a) complies with all applicable laws; (b) are accurate and that all claims contained therein have been substantiated; and (c) have been cleared for the uses contemplated hereunder; and (3) it has secured any and all clearances, permissions, approvals, authorizations, rights and licenses necessary for the use or display of all Vendor product information, data, images, and/or intellectual property provided to BOLD as part of its E-Commerce business.
    5. Authorizations.Vendor grants to BOLD the non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free right and license to use and display any product information, specifications, warranty information, data, images, and/or intellectual property Vendor furnishes BOLD for use in its E-Commerce business during the Term of this Agreement (“Vendor Content”). BOLD may use Vendor Content for any purpose related to its E-Commerce business or in furtherance of promoting Vendor’s products, including use in BOLD’s websites, emails, and marketing or advertising campaigns. Vendor acknowledges that BOLD is relying upon Vendor to ensure that all Vendor Content is accurate and complete, and Vendor agrees to notify BOLD and revise and resubmit Vendor Content promptly upon discovery that it is inaccurate or incomplete. A) BOLD agrees that it will not make modifications or alterations to Vendor Content without Vendor’s prior written/email approval. B) Except for the limited license granted to BOLD herein, Vendor retains all right, title, and interest to Vendor Content.
    6. Standard Vendor Requirements. Vendor agrees to: (1) Notify BOLD of any price changes, if not notified our existing pricing is honored; (2) Agrees to notify BOLD if a product is discontinued; (3) Agrees to notify BOLD if a product will be out of stock for a period of 15 days or more and must provide BOLD a lead time for receiving of product; (4) Vendor agrees to ship to BOLD warehouse for free, unless otherwise negotiated;  (5) Vendor agrees to set up a credit account with BOLD; (6) Vendor agrees to provide BOLD with images of all products in JPEG, GIF, or PNG format (not PDF), size minimum 500x500 pixels; (7) Vendor agrees to provide BOLD with product/company warranty information; (8) Vendor agrees to provide BOLD with weight of product for shipping purposes; (9) Vendor agrees to provide BOLD with return/re-stocking policies.
    7. Intellectual Property of BOLD.Vendor acknowledges and agrees that all patents, designs, trade names, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, or other intellectual property owned or controlled by BOLD shall be and remain the sole property of BOLD.
    8. VENDOR SHALL INDEMNIFY, DEFEND, AND HOLD HARMLESS BOLD, IT’S PARENT, AFFILIATES, SUBSIDIARIES, OFFICERS, MANAGERS, PARTNERS, EMPLOYEES, AND AGENTS FROM AND AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, LAWSUITS, JUDGMENTS, LOSSES, CIVIL PENALTIES, LIABILITIES, DAMAGES, COSTS, AND EXPENSES, INCLUDING REASONABLE ATTORNEY’S FEES AND COURT COSTS, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO ANY (A) ALLEGED DEFECT IN OR INJURY FROM VENDOR’S PRODUCTS; (B) ALLEGED FAILURE OF VENDOR OR VENDOR’S PRODUCTS TO COMPLY WITH THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY LAWS, REGULATIONS, WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES, OR REPRESENTATIONS OF VENDOR; (C) ALLEGATIONS CONCERNING VENDOR CONTENT; (D) NEGLIGENT OR GROSSLY NEGLIGENT ACTION, INACTION, OMISSION OR INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT OF VENDOR; AND/OR (E) USE OF OR INFRINGEMENT UPON ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT OF VENDOR. BOLD SHALL MUTUALLY INDEMNIFY VENDOR FROM ANY (A) ALLEGED FAILURE OF BOLD TO COMPLY WITH THIS AGREEMENT; (B) NEGLIGENT OR GROSSLY NEGLIGENT ACTION, INACTION, OMISSION OR INTENTIONAL MISCONDUCT OF BOLD; AND/OR (C) USE OF OR INFRINGEMENT UPON ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT OF BOLD.
    9. Choice of Law.The laws of the Province of Ontario govern this Agreement and any disputes arising hereunder. Except injunctive or other equitable relief, BOLD and Vendor agree that, as a condition precedent to the institution of any action regarding disputes arising under this Agreement, such disputes shall first be submitted to mediation before a professional mediator selected by the parties, at a mutually agreed time and place, and with the mediator’s fees split equally between the parties. If mediation is unsuccessful, the parties agree to submit disputes to provincial or federal court in Toronto, Ontario.
    10. Assignment.Either Party may assign this Agreement to a present or future parent, subsidiary, or affiliated entity, including a future successor or party acquiring all or part of the Party’s business. All other assignments, transfers, or delegations require written consent of both Parties. Any attempted assignment or transfer in contravention of this Section shall be void.
    11. Entire Agreement.This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter hereof, and supersedes any and all prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, negotiations, representations or proposals of any kind, whether written, oral or otherwise. Neither party has relied upon any statements, representations or other communications that are not contained in this Agreement.

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