Corys Terms and Conditions
Corys Terms and Conditions
Please read these Terms carefully, as they explain how we supply goods and services to you. We must meet all our responsibilities to you under these Terms, and you must satisfy all your obligations to us.
Throughout these Terms, we use the words “we”, ”our” or “us” to refer to Corys Electrical Ltd and when we do it should be read to include any associated division, company, agent, employee, or supplier. We use the words, “you” or “your” to mean the buyer of our goods. The term “goods” covers where relevant all goods, equipment and services we supply to you and anything else we do whether that is at a cost or free of charge. When we say ‘these Terms’ we mean these entire Terms and conditions in this document, including any guarantee.
2. These terms are our entire agreement with you
These Terms form the entire contract between you and us for the goods we supply you. Any changes you want to these Terms must be agreed and signed by us in writing. All prior representations, communications and agreements between you are us are superseded by these Terms. Unless we agree in writing, no other Terms apply to the goods we supply you. This is regardless of anything we imply, say or do, even if there are any Terms in any document or thing you send us; for example any order form, purchase order, an invitation to tender, subcontract or head contract conditions. Where previous Terms have been entered into between you and us, we each agree that the agreement contained under such previous Terms shall be amended by the agreement contained in these Terms to the extent of any inconsistency, and these Terms shall prevail.
3. Acceptance of these terms
By ordering or purchasing our goods, you acknowledge that you have read and understand these terms and agree to be bound by them. You also acknowledge you are the buyer or authorised to accept these terms on its behalf.
Our quote is available for you to accept for 30 days from the date it is dated (or any longer period stated in the quote) or until we withdraw it in writing. Otherwise, our quote is subject to our confirming it is still valid.
Our prices are stated in New Zealand dollars and based on costs and charges at the date of supply. We may change our prices at any time without telling you so you should check when you order any goods from us for our current prices.
Unless we state something as a fixed price, our price will be increased by any delivery charges, cutting charges, any taxes or duties, GST, or if you are not paying us by cash or direct credit, the method in which you pay us, for instance, credit card charges.
6. Credit facilities
If you are a regular customer, you can apply for a credit account with us. We may grant or decline credit to you. If we grant you a credit facility you get extended payment Terms with us (usually 20th of the month following the date of invoice) but only to a level we set.
Without impacting our rights against you, we may if we so choose and at any time without reason or notice to you:
- Increase or decrease the amount of credit we supply you; or
- Terminate or suspend any credit arrangement we have with you (in which case all amounts you owe us become immediately due); or
- Request additional security from you on Terms satisfactory to us before proceeding further with any order.
7. Billing and payment terms
You must pay for the goods we provide you no matter who uses them. We may require a deposit before we supply any goods to you.
We will give you an invoice for all goods we supply you. Each invoice will tell you the due date for payment, and you must pay us by that date. Please ask us about how you can pay us. Some of our payment methods incur additional charges – for example paying by credit card.
Unless you have been granted a credit account with us, you must pay any amount owed to us before we supply any goods to you. If you have an approved credit account, payment is due on the 20th of the month following the date of your outstanding invoices. We can deduct and set off any amount you owe us against any amount we owe you, but you must pay us in full for any goods by their due date even if we owe you.
We can allocate your payments as we see fit. We can rely on the fact all payments from you are valid and are being made to protect your continued business relationship with us. By accepting payment from you, you acknowledge we alter our position by;
- continuing to supply you (regardless of whether you have paid for those goods);
- using the payment for our needs;
- delaying our rights according to the PPSA;
- delaying our rights under these Terms if you pay after the due date.
8. Placing and fulfilment of orders
We can choose to reject any order you place. You accept that there may be minor variations, within industry standards, between the goods and any samples, illustrations or colour indications we have shown to you. We may, at our discretion, supply similar alternative options, at the agreed cost and with your written approval.
You accept all advice, recommendations, and information in whatever form has been given by us to you gratuitously and without liability. We will not be liable for any loss you incur if you rely on or use any such information.
9. Using the goods for your intended use safely
We do not warrant or represent any goods are suitable for your intended purpose. You agree to use your sole judgement to determine that the goods are appropriate and in a condition fit for the task you plan. We will not be responsible if they are not. Unless we agree in writing, we will not perform any design, design checks, engineering calculations or engineer’s inspections, certifications or tests that may be required under the Building Act or otherwise.
You must obtain any necessary permits and comply with all legislation and their regulations or by-laws that you need to install and operate our goods.
You agree that we have provided you with information about how to use the goods safely including offering you any safety equipment required. You should not modify or disable any safety features included in the goods we supply you.
You must ensure someone suitably qualified safely installs, operates and maintains the goods and only for their designed purpose and capacity. You should take care and ensure they do not cause harm to you, others or the environment.
You agree to let us know as soon as possible if you suspect our goods have a design or manufacturing fault that may cause harm to someone or the environment.
10. Suitable access to your site
Each party will support each other to ensure compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 ("HSWA") including all its regulations and codes of practice by meeting the other’s notified and reasonable safety requirements when on the other party’s premises or designated worksite.
When accessing each other’s premises or worksite, each party agrees to ensure they and any third party agents:
- Comply with any health and safety policy we make you aware of;
- Co-operate with instructions and procedures for maintaining a safe work environment and dealing with onsite emergencies;
- Immediately notify the site supervisor of any hazards, near miss incidents, accidents and take safe steps to mitigate or eliminate those risks;
- Co-operate with any investigations relating to health and safety matters.
If you ask us to enter your site to deliver our goods, carry out our work or for any other purposes you agree to:
- Provide suitable access, information, documents and facilities required by us to suitably complete or coordinate delivery of the goods.
- Provide or obtain all consents or other authorities needed for the work, including approvals from owners, occupiers, and others.
- Provide an explicit instruction if you do not wish our vehicles to enter the site.
- Ensure that where you have agreed to provide materials or to engage other contractors to perform work, all the relevant materials or services are delivered at the time agreed or within a reasonable time so as not to impede the reasonable progress of our delivery or work.
- Notify us of all relevant health and safety requirements and with any site-specific safety requirements including any hazards in the workplace to which we may be exposed to working on your premises. We may refuse to perform work if we are not satisfied that we can perform it safely. You acknowledge that we are relying on your expertise in respect of the health and safety aspects of all works in relation to the worksite that you ask us to deliver our goods to, or carry out work for any other purposes and that we are not obliged to monitor such worksites or premises. Though we will comply with our obligations under the HSWA, we are relying on your compliance with your obligations under the HSWA, this clause and your reporting obligations, to ensure the health and safety of workers and other persons.
- Assume liability and indemnify us for any damage caused by us due to us delivering the goods or performing the work; for example any damage to footpaths, curbs, drains and any other property.
11. Variation or cancellation of orders
You may not vary or cancel any order or part of it without our written consent. If we agree to supply a different quantity of the goods, we can choose to charge you either at the rate applicable to the original quantity or the revised quantity.
If you cancel an order, in addition to any other rights we have, we may retain any deposit paid, and you will be liable for all costs or losses (including profit and time) incurred by us as a result of you cancelling any order. We may also choose to charge a re-stocking fee as damages for any cancelled order we accept.
We may on reasonable notice cancel without liability, any order for goods we have not yet supplied you.
12. Delivery and risk of goods
We have no responsibility to deliver our goods to you, but if asked, we may choose to arrange delivery to you provided it is at your cost and risk and without liability to us.
We will try to deliver all your goods at once, but we may supply and deliver your order in more than one instalment, and if we fail to deliver any instalment it does not allow you to cancel the remainder of the order. We will try to deliver goods by your preferred date but if we don’t, we will not be liable for any losses you incur if we are late with delivery.
Delivery will be considered complete when we give possession of the goods either to you, to a carrier for delivery to you, or as you have directed.
Risk (including insurance responsibility to cover this risk) in the goods will pass to you upon delivery. That means you will be responsible for the goods during transit irrespective of whether we agree to deliver or arrange delivery on your behalf.
If we are ready to deliver the goods to you but you ask us to delay delivering the goods until you are ready, we may or may not choose to do so. If we agree to store the goods, you will be liable for the goods, and we do so without responsibility or liability, irrespective of whether we provide the storage for a fee or free of charge.
13. Receipt of goods
You must carefully check all goods upon receipt. Before acknowledging delivery to the carrier, you must ensure that you receive the complete consignment as per the carrier’s note. You must check all goods (as detailed on the delivery docket) are correct in name, colour, quantity, size, mix, finish, and free from any fault at the time of delivery.
Any claim you have regarding delivery of incorrect goods, shortage in the quantity of goods delivered or delivery of damaged goods must be made in writing to us within 5 working days of delivery. Notification of any claim must be in writing and delivered to your local Branch Manager. Each claim must be provided in full detail including photos of the delivery, including any damaged goods or incorrect goods. You must give us a reasonable opportunity to investigate the claim. If you do not tell us of any damage, shortage or incorrect order within 5 working days of receipt, you accept we can rely on the fact that the order is correct and free from any defect or damage prior to delivery.
We may ask you to return the goods to the branch where the goods were purchased from. If we request that you return the goods, this must be done within 5 working days of notification. In the case of incorrect or damaged goods, we may need to inspect the goods on site. If we notify you of this inspection requirement, you will grant us access to the site of the goods to inspect the goods within 5 working days of our request.
Upon receipt of the returned goods from you, we will use reasonable endeavours to investigate and close the claim within 5 working days. In some cases, the supplier may need to also inspect the goods. In such a case, we will use reasonable endeavours to close the case within 5 working days of the supplier's notification of its evaluation of the goods, and the supplier providing its proposed remedy of the claim.
You must endorse the carriers’ delivery docket if there is any shortage or visible damage to the outer packaging of the goods. While we have no liability for goods damaged or lost in transit, you should tell us details of any claim you have against the carrier.
Where we are responsible for delivery of incorrect goods, shortage in the quantity of goods delivered or delivery of damaged goods to you, our liability to you is limited to us either (at our choice) (i) supplying the correct goods, making up the shortage or repairing or replacing the damaged goods (as applicable) or (ii) refunding or crediting to you the purchase price of the non-delivered or damaged goods. Our liability to you is fully satisfied by us providing either of these remedies.
14. Return of goods
We have no obligation to accept returns of goods for credit or refund.
You must make all requests for the return of goods within 5 working days of you receiving them. We will not consider any claims submitted after 5 working days. We are not obliged to accept the return of any goods for credit and can refuse any request to return the goods if we so choose. You must give us the opportunity to investigate and let us inspect the goods within a reasonable time. If you don’t, any request for credits will be declined.
If the goods are specifically imported procured or manufactured or were otherwise modified for you, then it is unlikely we will be able to agree to them being returned.
When we allow you to return goods for credit, you must deliver the goods (at your expense) intact and in their original condition and packaging to our store from where you purchased them. We can choose to charge a re-stocking fee for any returns we accept. We will not be considered to have agreed to the return of goods for credit or refund until we apply a credit to your account for, or refund to you, the purchase price for the goods (less any applicable re-stocking fee).
15. Resolving disputes
Please let us know if you are unhappy with our goods or service. We aim to resolve any complaints quickly and equitably.
If you dispute what you owe us or what we supplied you, you must tell us in writing within 5 working days. We will not accept any claims after 5 working days. You need to tell us the nature of your dispute (including the value of any goods related to your disagreement).
We will investigate the matter as soon as possible, and you must provide us with reasonable opportunity to examine your claim and inspect the goods. While we investigate, you must pay the undisputed portion of any amount that you owe us. If we think your dispute is valid, we will meet with you to discuss it. If after considering your complaint we continue to disagree with you, we will explain why and give you reasonable time to consider our response and meet your responsibilities including paying any outstanding amounts due for the disputed portion. If we do not resolve the dispute within 21 days, either party may refer the dispute to adjudication or any matter that is not finally resolved by adjudication to arbitration under the Arbitration Act 1996. For the avoidance of doubt, this clause does not stop either party from either seeking urgent injunctive relief to protect their rights or commencing court action if the matter remains unresolved beyond 21 days.
16. Ownership of the goods
Even if we grant you credit and intend for possession and risk of the goods to pass to you, ownership of the goods (and any related sale proceeds) remains with us until you pay all amounts owing to us for any goods we have supplied you. Our security interest created under these Terms extends to any product or mass into which our goods are processed or merged and maintains its priority if the goods become part of an accession.
You can in the ordinary course of your business, use the goods or sell them. This authority is immediately revoked if you default in these Terms or we notify you that it is. We may choose to register a financing statement on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) to reflect our ownership of the equipment.
Until ownership of the goods pass to you, you agree to hold and deal with the goods (and any sale proceeds) as our agent and agree that:
- You will store and mark the goods and any related sale proceeds in a manner so they will not deteriorate and so that it clear that we retain ownership to the goods (or their sale proceeds);
- You will insure the goods on or before delivery for their full replacement value with our ownership interest noted on the insurance policy.
- You will immediately notify us of any action which aims to affect our rights in the goods.
- You will immediately notify us of any breakdown, damage, destruction, theft or loss of the goods and assist our related enquiries (including filing a Police report).
If we have reasonable cause to believe that a Default Event has occurred or is about to occur, then we may at any time without notice, and using agents if we choose, enter upon any land, premises or property where the goods may be and, in addition to all rights we may have under the PPSA, remove the goods and:
- if we remove the goods, your right to possession of the goods and your right to sell or dispose of them immediately ends;
- we will not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by you as a result of us exercising or attempting to exercise our rights under this clause; and
- you indemnify us for any cost, expense, loss or damage incurred by us in the exercise or attempted exercise of our rights under this clause.
The value of any goods removed by us shall be assessed as the lesser of their current market value or the invoice value at the time of sale and may be subject to a restocking fee.
17. You grant us a security agreement
In this clause when we say 'PPSA' we mean the Personal Property Securities Act 1999 and its amendments or regulations or by-laws. All words in this clause have the same meaning as defined in the PPSA and any section references refer to the relevant clause in the PPSA.
Upon consenting to these Terms or by accepting supply from us, you acknowledge and agree that you grant us a security interest (under our retention of ownership clause) in all goods supplied by us to you (if any) as security for payment of all moneys owing by you to us. That includes all after-acquired goods supplied by us to you (or for your account) and any sale proceeds generated from our goods. Until you pay us all amounts you owe us for any goods we supply you:
- You cannot add our goods to any other property that is not subject to our security interest.
- You cannot do or fail to do anything to our goods that might adversely affect our security interest
- You will not move the goods out of New Zealand.
- You acknowledge, agree and undertake (as the case may be) to:
- Sign any documents, provide any information and do all other acts that we may reasonably need to register a financing statement or financing change statement on the Personal Properties Securities Register.
- Irrevocably appoint us to be your attorney to do anything which you agree to do under this agreement and anything which the attorney thinks desirable to protect our interest under these Terms. You ratify anything that we do related to these actions.
- Not register a change demand without our prior written consent (which we may give or withhold at our absolute discretion)
You must give us at least 14 days prior written notice of any proposed change in your name or contact details. This includes any change in your place of incorporation, address, location, nature of business, ownership, phone number, or business practice.
If we request you to, you agree to pay any costs we incur:
- to register or release any related financing statement or financing change statement on the Personal Property Securities Register;
- to enforce our security interest rights including our legal costs on a full indemnity basis;
To the extent permitted by law, both parties agree to contract out of Sections 114(1)(a) 133, 134 and 148 of the PPSA. You also waive your rights as a debtor under sections 116, 120(2), 121, 125, 126, 127, 129 and 131 of the Act. You also waive your right to receive a verification statement from us regarding any financing statement or financing change statement.
18. Hire or supply of equipment
Any equipment we supply or hire you, whether for a cost or free of charge remains our property and is supplied subject to these Terms.
You must use the equipment safely in the manner intended and comply with all manuals, instructions, and applicable laws.
While our equipment is in your possession, you are liable for the equipment and its physical security. You must keep it fully insured in our name against all risks of every usual description and such other risks as we may request. You cannot attempt to sell, assign, mortgage, sublet, lend, hire, lease or otherwise deal with or part with the possession or control of our equipment (or any part of it) and you must immediately notify us of any action which aims to affect our ownership rights.
You cannot interfere with or modify our equipment, including attempting to deface or erase any identifying mark, plate or number that helps identify the equipment as ours. You will immediately notify us of any breakdown, damage, destruction, theft or loss of our equipment and assist our enquiries in regards to the same (including filing a Police report). If our equipment is damaged and requires repair for reasons which we think are beyond fair wear and tear, you will be liable for the costs of those repairs. If our equipment is lost, stolen or damaged, while it is meant to be in your possession, you will be liable to pay all costs to replace our equipment, with no consideration for the depreciated state our goods were in before that event happening.
If we ask you to do so, you will return the equipment to us immediately.
19. Failure to meet your obligations to us
It is important you always comply with these Terms. If you do not, the results can be severe for you. Talk to us if you are having difficulties meeting your responsibilities under these Terms to us or any other agreement with us. We may be able to work with you, or give you support and information that could help you get back on track.
When you do not meet your responsibilities to us, you will be in default of these Terms of our agreement with you. That includes if you fail to pay us on time or you have anything happen to you that impacts your ability to not perform any other obligation under these Terms, or if you:
- Don’t pay us on time
- Are unable to pay your debts as they fall due.
- Suffer what we consider a material adverse change in your financial position or stability, being a situation where we become aware of any events that would reasonably be expected to negatively impact your solvency.
- Act in any way which we believe is detrimental to us, our rights under these Terms or our goods.
- Tell someone that you intend to cease trading.
- Propose a meeting of creditors scheme of arrangement or composition for the benefit of creditors.
- Take steps (or have steps taken by someone else) to have a receiver, liquidator, voluntary administrator or other statutory manager appointed.
- Are convicted of a criminal offence.
- Have anything happen that causes us to consider that Our goods are “at risk” within the meaning of section 109 of the PPSA.
- Have all or most of your assets acquired by another entity.
- Lose effective control of your business.
- Indicate that you no longer intend to comply with your obligations under these Terms. ("Event of Default")
If you do not pay our charges or meet any responsibilities you have to us your right to possession of any goods which you have not yet paid for your right to sell or otherwise dispose of them will immediately end (until you pay us all amounts you owe us), and all amounts you owe us must be paid to us immediately (even if their original due date has not arrived yet). We may also at any time enforce any of our rights without telling you, such as:
- Withhold, restrict, suspend or fully stop supplying goods to you.
- Immediately suspend or terminate any credit facilities and agreements we have with you.
- Ask for additional security to ensure you continue to meet your responsibilities to us.
- Charge you interest on the amount owing at the rate of 5.0% above the current base lending rate for the time being of our bankers, from the due date until payment is received by us. Billing you these charges does not extend your due date for payment.
- Disallow any discounts we previously offered you or withhold or refuse any warranty service due to you.
- Come and take our goods back or use our rights under any security agreement you’ve given us.
- Appoint a receiver in respect of our goods or their sale proceeds.
- Write to anyone who guaranteed your responsibilities to us asking them to pay some or all the amounts you owe us.
- Take action against you or any guarantor to recover any amount you owe us, for example, court proceedings.
- Enforce any of our rights against you.
- Seek damages for any loss we incur.
You are liable and will indemnify us for all costs and losses we incur because of your default to us. That means being liable to pay the full cost of any expenses or losses we incur when we enforce or attempt to enforce any of our legal rights against you. Examples include any attempts by us to collect any money you owe us and any debt recovery commissions or legal fees we incur or are about to incur as part of our recovery process. However, it may also mean any other losses or damages we incur as a result of you breaching your responsibilities; for example any interest, penalties, loss of profits, damages or other sums paid or payable to us or anyone else.
You acknowledge and agree that you have used your own skill and judgement in selecting and purchasing the goods and that you are responsible for ensuring that the goods purchased are fit and suitable for the purpose for which they are required, and we have no liability if they are not.
If we have not manufactured the goods we supply you, you are entitled only to such benefits as we may receive under any warranty given to us by the manufacturer or other person who supplied the goods to us. We will pass on this benefit to you, without our being directly liable to you. We do not give any warrant to you for goods that are not manufactured by us.
For goods that are manufactured by us, we warrant that those goods are free of material defects in design, materials and workmanship. This warranty does not apply:
- unless we receive a written claim from you (with reasonable detail about the defect) on the date on which the defect was reasonably discoverable, and no later than 45 days after delivery of the goods to which the claim relates (or longer if agreed or stated in our quote);
- unless we are given a reasonable opportunity to inspect the goods as soon as reasonably practicable after the defect is discovered; or
- Where any defect arises from fair wear and tear, wilful damage, negligence, abnormal working conditions, failure to follow applicable instructions, incorrect installation, misuse, improper operation or maintenance, an accident or any alteration or repair of the goods not authorised by us in writing.
You may not assign the benefit of the warranties in this contract to any person without our written consent.
All warranties, guarantees, conditions or Terms imposed or implied by law are expressly excluded from this contract to the fullest extent permitted by law.
21. Your liability to us
You accept liability to us for any breach of contract or negligence. In addition to your liability to us under these Terms, you are also liable to us and agree to indemnify us:
- for all losses if you have acted fraudulently, whether alone or together with someone else; or
- where any act or omission of yours has contributed to causing us a loss; or
- against any liability that we may incur as a result of your act or omission, arising out of us supplying our goods to you.
You may be liable for any loss we suffer from fulfiling illegal orders fraudulently made on what appear to be on your behalf; but only if you have contributed to or caused that loss. Examples include if you disclose your credit account details to a third party and let them imply that they have authority to use your account or if you do not let us know in writing that someone who used to have authority to order on your behalf, no longer does.
The extent of your liability to us will be the full cost of any obligation or loss we incur because of your default in your obligations to us or your fraud, gross negligence, wilful breach or intentional damage, including but not limited to. This means being liable to pay the full cost of any expenses or losses we incur. Examples include when our costs of enforcing or attempt to enforce any of our legal rights against you, such as any attempts by us to collect any money you owe us and any debt recovery commissions or legal fees we incur or are about to bear as part of our recovery process, any. However, it may also mean any other losses or damages we incur as a result of you breaching your responsibilites; for example any interest, penalties, loss of profits, damages or other sums paid or payable by us as a result of your default or anyone else.
However provided you have complied with these Terms, you will not be liable for any loss caused by us, for example
- Through our agent’s or employee’s breach of contract or negligent or fraudulent acts or omissions but only to the extent of our contribution.
- Faults in our goods, unless such defects are evident, or you have been advised not to use them; or
- Any other unauthorised transactions where it is clear that you could not have contributed to the loss provided that you can prove such impossibility to our satisfaction.
22. Our liability to you
You must notify us of any claim as soon as reasonably practicable of you becoming aware of it. If you suffer any loss because of our goods, you agree to take reasonable steps to avoid or minimise your loss (including ceasing to use defective goods where such defects are evident, or you have been advised not to use them). You agree we will not be liable for your loss to the extent if you fail to take those reasonable measures.
If we have a liability to you under these Terms (including under clause 20) or otherwise in connection with any defective goods, our liability is limited to our (at our election) (i) replacing or repairing the defective goods, (ii) refunding or crediting to you the purchase price of the defective goods or (iii) where this is less than the cost of doing (i) or (ii), paying to you a sum equal to the actual direct loss suffered by you as a result of the defective goods. Our liability to you is fully satisfied by us providing one of these remedies.
Except as required by applicable law, our liability will end at the expiry of any warranty period or 12 months from the date of purchase, whichever is the later.
So we are clear, that means even if you tell us, or we become aware of the possibility that any damage or loss has or may occur, we are not liable to you for:
- any direct loss to the extent that you cause it (for example, through your breach of contract or negligence) or beyond our reasonable control; or
- any loss incurred by you from any misuse, accident, neglect or improper operation, maintenance, installation, modification or adjustment of our goods; or
- any loss, damages, cost or claim arising from your reliance on or use of any information we supply; or
- any loss of profit, loss of revenue, loss of savings, loss of contract, loss of business or loss of reputation or goodwill (whether direct or indirect) or for any consequential or indirect loss or damage of any kind suffered by you or any other person.
You hereby undertake that at the date of entering into this contract, you, your directors, officers or employees have not offered, promised, given, authorised, solicited or accepted any undue pecuniary or other advantage of any kind (or implied that they will or might do any such thing at any time in the future) in any way connected with the contract, and that you have taken reasonable measures to prevent subcontractors, agents or any other third parties, subject to your control and determining influence, from doing so.
You hereby agree that, at all times and in connection with and throughout the course of the contract and thereafter, you will comply with and that you will take reasonable measures to ensure that your subcontractors, agents or other third parties, subject to their control or determining influence, will comply with all applicable laws and regulations preventing bribery and corruption.
If you, as a result of the exercise of a contractually provided audit right (if any) of your accounting books and financial records, or otherwise, brings evidence that you have been engaging in material or several repeated breaches of this anti-corruption clause, you will notify us accordingly and will take the necessary remedial action, or if such remedial action is not possible, may invoke a defence by providing that by the time the evidence of breach(es) had arisen, you had put into place adequate anti-corruption preventative measures, adapted to your particular circumstances and capable of detecting corruption and of promoting a culture of integrity in your organisation. If no remedial action is taken or, as the case may be, the defence is not effectively invoked, we may, at our discretion, either suspend the contract or terminate it, being understood that all amounts due at the time of suspension or termination of this contract will remain payable, as far as permitted by applicable law.
Any entity, whether an arbitral tribunal or other dispute resolution body, rendering a decision in accordance with clause 15, shall have the authority to determine the contractual consequences of any alleged non-compliance with this anti-corruption clause.
24. Consumer protection legislation
We are a trade supply business and so unless you advise us otherwise prior to making your order to either acquire or hire our goods, you will be deemed to have agreed with us that: (i) you and we are each in the business of trade, (ii) you and we each contract out of the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 ("CGA") with the effect that the CGA will not apply, and (iii) it is fair and reasonable that you and we are bound by these Terms. If you are not in the business of trade, it is important that you understand that we have obligations, and you have rights under certain legislation designed to protect consumers. This includes the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 and Fair Trading Act 1986. In the case that you are not in the business of trade, our Consumer Terms apply, and not these Terms. You can find more information about your rights at www.consumerprotection.govt.nz. To the extent they apply to you, we agree that these Terms do not impact those rights and must be read subject to those rights.
25. We can ask for extra security
We may at any time, if we think it is necessary to do so, ask you for additional security, bond or guarantee. Examples may include if we decide:
- we cannot rely on any security you have already given us, or
- you ask for an increase in your credit Terms with us, or
- we need it to satisfy us that you will be able to pay our charges and meet your other obligations under these Terms.
If we’ve asked you to, you must do everything reasonable to provide the security within the time frame we set. We’ll act fairly and reasonably and will give you a reasonable time to meet our request. If you do not comply with our request, you will be deemed in default of your responsibilities under these Terms.
You agree that if you do not comply with your obligations under these Terms, we can protect our rights to any money owed by you to us, by acting as your attorney to complete and register a mortgage (on the most current Auckland District Law Society all money memorandum of mortgage) against your interest in any property you own. We shall also have the right if we so choose to place a caveat on any such property to protect our interest under this clause. You agree to do all acts required for us to register and protect our interest and any security, and if you fail to do so within 3 working days of our request, you irrevocably appoint us as your attorney for that purpose.
26. We'll hold any security you give until we agree to release it
We’ll continue to hold any security we have protecting your obligations to us until we agree in writing to release it. That means the security will not be affected or discharged even if:
- your obligations to us have been fully paid, satisfied or performed, or
- we release, abandon or waive any rights we have against you; or
- we release any other party from partial or total liability; or
- we do or don’t do something under these Terms that imply we may release the security, for example, terminating our supply to you or our agreement with you, granting you credit or more credit or allowing you additional time to meet your obligations to us.
27. We can collect hold and use information about you
You authorise us to collect and hold personal information about you and your related parties from any source we consider appropriate to be used for credit, administration, business analysis, service and marketing purposes. You further authorise us to disclose personal information about you and your related parties held by us to any other person for these purposes, including our related companies (including those outside New Zealand), our agents or service providers and any other parties who supply you or us credit.
28. You have the right to see what information we hold about you
You may ask to see what personal information we hold about you and ask for any details that are wrong to be corrected. Unless we have a lawful reason for withholding this information, we will provide it to you. To request access to your personal data, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You should refer to the Privacy Act 1993 in respect of such requests.
29. Changes to these terms and how we will tell you
We may amend these Terms from time to time. We may do this by changing or removing existing Terms or by adding new ones. Please ask us at any stage for a free copy of our current Terms. A copy of our current Terms will be available on our website.
We'll give you at least one month's notice before any changes take effect and we will tell you about any changes by displaying the change on our website, or writing to you, or emailing you. If we change any terms, any subsequent order or purchase made by you indicates acceptance of the changes.
30. Confidential information
You must keep confidential any information you receive from us which you would expect to be confidential or commercially sensitive.This not only includes information and pricing about our goods but also how we carry on business and do things. You can only disclose confidential or commercially sensitive information if the law requires you, or if we agree you can in writing.
31. Intellectual property
Our suppliers or we may have intellectual property rights in any goods or equipment we supply to you or about how we operate. These rights include all copyright, trademark and design rights and how we carry on business and do things. We retain those rights when we supply our goods or equipment to you, and you can only use them for the purpose for which they were supplied. You agree not to do anything that will endanger or disrupt either our rights or our suppliers’ rights.
32. Change to your legal structure or your agent's authority to buy on your behalf
You must tell us in writing of any change in your legal structure or ownership. You must also tell us if somebody you previously authorised to buy our goods on your behalf is no longer allowed to. Until you do, you will be liable for any purchases they make regardless of what we may have said or do unless of course we give you a written release saying otherwise.
You may not transfer your responsibilities under these Terms to anyone else unless you get our prior written approval. We may assign and have someone else perform our side of any agreement you have with us. We will tell you if we do this.
34. Events beyond our control (force majeure)
We always try to perform our obligations to you responsibly. However, we are not liable to you for any loss or delay caused by events beyond our control, That includes an act of God or nature, act of state, riot armed conflict, labour dispute, civil commotion, intervention of a government, sanctions, boycott, embargo or any other circumstance beyond our reasonable control,
If we cannot perform our obligations due to an event beyond our control, we will try to tell you what obligations we cannot meet, why and for how long. You will not be required to pay for any goods not provided by us due to the circumstances contemplated by this clause.
35. Errors or omissions
Any errors or omissions in any quote, invoice, letter or notice are subject to correction by us.
Each term of every agreement you have with us is separately binding. If either party cannot rely on any term for any reason, either party can remove it from these Terms but only to the extent it is unlawful and unenforceable, and all other Terms remain binding and in full force.
37. No waiver
We do not have to use our rights under these Terms straight away. We can use our rights in different ways at different times, and if we chose not to take action immediately, nothing prevents us from still using those rights later, unless of course we have agreed not to do so in writing.
38. New zealand law applies
New Zealand law governs these terms.
39. Sending notices
If you need to contact us for any reason relating to these Terms, you should visit our store, or email us at email@example.com. You agree we can choose how we give you that information. We may email you, post something to you, text you or phone you.
We will use your last known contact details we have. We can assume any bill or notice we send by post has been delivered 3 working days after we post it and if sent electronically has been received by you on the date, it was sent. Please tell us if you change your address or other contact details. You also agree that all agreements, notices, disclosures and other communications that we provide you electronically satisfy any legal requirement that such communication is in writing.
40. Ending our agreement between us
If you want to end your entire agreement with us, please contact us. Our agreement with you will end once you meet all your outstanding obligations to us. We may end the whole agreement at any time if you do not:
- pay our invoices by the agreed due date for payment, or
- meet your other responsibilities to us.
We may end the agreement for any other reason by giving you at least 30 days' notice.
41. Rights and responsibilities that continue
If our agreement ends, we will stop providing our goods to you, but it does not affect any rights and responsibilities which are intended to continue or come into force afterwards.
Corys Promotions Terms & Conditions
Corys The Edge is a publication to trade customers with Corys Electrical (A Sonepar Company) trading as Corys Electrical Suppliers. All product (or otherwise) (Items) promoted in the Publication are for trade account holders only (Purchaser). Purchase of any Item listed in the Publication is deemed acceptance of these Corys The Edge & Stay Safe Terms and Conditions. Prices illustrated in the Publication are GST exclusive (unless otherwise stated) and valid only for the period set out in the specific Publication. Any applicable delivery or freight charges are in addition to the prices set out in the Publication. Promotions for Items set out in the Publication are not valid in conjunction with any other offer.
Where specific project or special contract pricing has been requested and granted for Items that may appear in the Publication, no promotional benefit as set out in the Publication (such as bonus gifts) shall apply to those Items. Prices for Items in the Publication are promotional prices and may differ from the prices for the same Items available from Corys’ branches from time to time.
It is not the purpose of the Publication to provide product selection, suitability and or application advice to the Purchaser. At all times Corys recommends that a registered electrician is contacted for advice regarding suitability, installation, testing and commissioning of all Items including electrical components, appliances and accessories.
All Items sold on the terms set out in the Publication are subject to availability. All Items listed in the Publication may not necessarily be stocked by all branches; however, in most cases Items will be available within the network ready for despatch.
Any promotion, competition, clearance or special offer (Offer) is subject to limited availability. When limited availability of an Item or good provided to a Purchaser as a result of an Offer as a bonus or promotional prize or gift (Bonus Gift) has been exhausted, the Offer regarding that Item or Bonus Gift shall be deemed to have ended. Bonus Gifts are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be returned to Corys for cash or credit. Corys may substitute any Bonus Gift for another good of equivalent value if the Bonus Gift is not available for any reason.
Corys reserves the right to reclaim any Bonus Gift if the initially purchased Item (if any) under the relevant Offer is returned to Corys. Corys reserves the right to cancel, suspend, terminate or modify any promotion set out in the Publication or any Offer if any factor beyond Corys reasonable control adversely affects Corys ability to conduct the promotion or Offer. All Items and Bonus Gifts are subject to the terms and conditions set out in Corys standard terms of trade.
A copy of Corys standard terms of trade is available on request. In the event of any inconsistency between the terms of these Corys The Edge & Stay Safe Terms and Conditions and the terms of Corys standard terms of trade, the terms of these Corys The Edge & Stay Safe Terms and Conditions will prevail.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that pricing and other information contained within this publication is correct, Corys reserves the right to correct pricing and any other information where an error or omission has been identified. No brands, logos or any other information contained within the Publication may be reproduced or copied without prior written permission from Corys.
To the maximum extent permitted by law, Corys does not accept any liability (including any liability for negligence) for any damage or loss arising, directly or indirectly, from any promotion set out in the Publication, any Offer, any errors or omissions in the Publication or any misuse, accident, neglect, improper installation or operation of Items or Bonus Gifts. Corys liability (of any kind) in respect of any defect or failure of any Item is strictly limited to a refund or the replacement of that Item, at Corys discretion, provided that the defect or failure occurs within the specified supplier warranty period (if any) and the Item is returned promptly after discovery of the defect or failure together with details of that defect or failure.
The Purchaser, as a trade account holder, is purchasing Items promoted in the Publication for the purposes of a business and the provisions of the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 will not apply. Nothing in these Corys The Edge & Stay Safe Terms and Conditions is intended to restrict or exclude any consumer rights under that Act (if applicable).
These are the terms and conditions for the Corys Connected Program. By registering for and using your Corys Connected Points account you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
In these Terms and Conditions unless the context otherwise requires:
- “Corys Connected Reward”, “Corys Connected Loyalty Program, “Corys Connected Program” or “program” means the loyalty program operated by Corys Electrical and its suppliers for the business/trade customers of Corys Electrical Limited.
- “Corys Connected Points” means the units accrued and redeemed by the member in the Corys Connected Program and includes any points validly accrued, activated and unexpired under the Corys Connected Reward Program transferred to the Corys Connected Program as at the commencement of the Corys Connected Program.
- “Corys Electrical” means the trading name of A Sonepar Company with which the members have an account.
- “Corys Leadership Team” means a group of appointed decision makers within Corys Electrical as determined by Corys Electrical from time to time.
- “Reward” is a good or service or entitlement for a good or service obtained by the redemption of Corys Connected Points pursuant to these Terms and Conditions.
- “Corys Connected Program Manager” means the person who oversees and manages the Corys Connected Rewards Program as appointed by Corys Electrical from time to time.
- “Rewards Supplier” means the supplier of a Reward as appointed by the Corys Connected program manager from time to time.
- “Terms and Conditions” means these terms and conditions and any other terms and conditions referred to in these Terms and Conditions which are deemed to form part of these Terms and Conditions.
- “we”, “us”, “our”, or “Corys Connected” means A Sonepar Company trading as Corys Electrical Limited.
- “you” or “your” or “member” means the person in whose name we have opened a Corys Connected program account.
Access to the Corys Connected Program
- Membership is offered to our business/trade customers by Corys Electrical.
- You must have an eligible trade account with Corys to have access to the Corys Connected Program.
- You may be excluded by us from time to time. Access is subject to the Terms and Conditions and any rules, policies or procedures that may be adopted or varied by us from time to time.
- Access to the Corys Connected Program may only be assigned or otherwise transferred to another person or entity at our sole discretion.
Corys Connected Points
- You may not redeem, sell, convert, exchange, assign or otherwise transfer Corys Connected Points for cash or any other consideration unless expressly permitted under these Terms and Conditions or approved by the Corys Connected Program Manager in writing.
Accrual of Corys Connected Points
- $417 monthly or $5,000 yearly minimum spend required at the commencement of the program.
- All purchase requirements are expressed exclusive of GST.
- Corys Connected Points will be allocated but not activated as invoices are raised on the members’ trade account(s). Corys Connected Points will only be available to be used by the member when activated. Activation will occur when the invoices relating to those Corys Connected Points have been paid in full and the information is processed by the Corys Connected Program.
- Where a member is in consistent breach of their trading terms with Corys Electrical, Corys Electrical reserve the right to revoke that member’s Corys Connected Points. Any invoice which has been unpaid for over 90 days will not be eligible to accrue Corys Connected Points, whether or not such an invoice is subsequently paid.
- Corys Connected reserves the right to withhold accrual of Corys Connected Points where special pricing has been negotiated with the member.
- The Corys Connected Program reserves the right, at any time without notice, to introduce new ways of accruing Corys Connected Points, to discontinue any or all of the current ways and to include or exclude specific types of transactions from accruing Corys Connected Points, to vary the purchases required and the earn rate percentage and to apply different earn rates to each member.
- If a member is short of points to make a purchase or TradeEvent hosted trip, on request and approval by Corys you may be able to top up with Corys Connected points or pay the difference in cash.
- Each Corys TradeEvent will have its own set of terms & Conditions relevant to that particular event. See the Corys Connected website for specific conditions.
Obtaining Rewards with your Corys Connected Points
- Corys Connected Points can be redeemed for the Rewards displayed in the Corys Connected Gift Catalogue, accessible via the website https://loyalty.corys.co.nz. Other Rewards may be made available from time to time and will be notified to members.
- By claiming a Reward, you authorise us to deduct the number of Corys Connected Points set out in the Corys Connected Gift Catalogue from your Corys Connected Points balance, with the oldest Corys Connected Points being deducted first.
- To the extent permitted by law, we make no warranties or representations either express or implied and expressly disclaim any and all liabilities (including liability for consequential damages) with respect to type, quality, standard, fitness or suitability for any purpose of all Rewards provided under the Corys Connected Program except those Rewards which are to be provided by us (in which case our relevant terms and conditions will apply). Any warranty claims should be directed to the Rewards Supplier who provided the Reward.
- All Rewards are provided subject to the terms and conditions of the relevant Rewards Supplier. All returns and refunds of Rewards are subject to each Rewards Supplier’s own return and refund policy.
- All Rewards will be delivered to the representative of the member indicated on the registration form and/or Corys Connected Points account. The member is responsible for the notification of any change to the representative and distribution of the Rewards in line with its own internal policy/directives.
- Rewards will be supplied within 14 working days of the confirmed order to the specified Corys Branch delivery address on the order, unless the Reward ordered is no longer available, out of stock or on backorder. Corys Connected will be responsible for dispatching Rewards to the Corys Branch but accepts no responsibility if the Rewards are misplaced or lost in transit.
- Where a Reward ordered is no longer available or out of stock, Corys Connected reserve the right to replace it with a Reward of equivalent value. If a Reward ordered is on backorder the member will be notified within a reasonable amount of time and, where possible, be advised of an estimated date of delivery.
Redemption of Corys Connected Points
- Activated Corys Connected Points may be redeemed at any time subject to members following the correct redemption procedures. No minimum Corys Connected Points threshold will be imposed, however minimum purchase order quantities may be applicable on some Rewards.
- Received orders are confirmed only when the member’s Corys Connected Points balances are verified and the order is processed.
- Corys Connected Points will only be able to be redeemed if the member fully complies with the trading conditions agreed with Corys Electrical and its trade accounts with Corys Electrical are not in arrears. Corys Electrical reserve the right to cancel the member’s Corys Connected Points at any time if payment is not made in accordance with the agreed trading terms.
- The Corys Connected Points required to redeem any Reward is subject to change. If such a change occurs after a member has ordered the relevant Reward, we will make reasonable efforts to contact the member as soon as possible. However, in the event the member cannot be reasonably contacted, Corys Connected reserves the right to cancel the order.
- Handling fees may apply for fulfilment of goods or services not already part of the program.
- Expiration of Corys Connected Points
- Corys Connected reserves the right to deduct from a member’s Corys Connected Points balance:
- any Corys Connected Points recorded in error; and
- any Corys Connected Points relating to a transaction which is cancelled or where a refund/credit is given; and
- any Corys Connected Points which are accrued by a member whose Corys Electrical trade account is inactive for 12 consecutive months or more; and
- any Corys Connected Points which are not used by a member to claim a Reward within 12 months after the end of the month in which the Corys Connected Points were accrued and activated. These will expire and be deducted from the member’s Corys Connected Points balance.
- Corys Connected and the Program Manager and Corys Electrical make no representations in relation to the tax consequences of membership in the Corys Connected Program. The member must not rely upon statements or representations that may be made.
- Neither Corys Connected, the Program Manager nor Corys Electrical accepts any liability for any current or future taxation requirement that may be imposed on any member.
- To the full extent permitted by law, Corys Connected, the Program Manager, Corys Electrical and their
suppliers and contractors exclude all liability for any loss, damage, claim, injury, cost or expense suffered or
incurred by any person in connection with the Corys Connected Program or Rewards, including, but not limited to:
- any indirect, economic or consequential loss;
- any loss arising from the negligence of Corys Connected;
- any liability for personal injury or death.
- Without prejudice to clause 35, Corys Connected, the Program Manager, Corys Electrical and their suppliers
and contractors assume no responsibility for:
- any error, omission, interruption, or delay in the operation or transmission of any communication sent to (or by) Corys Connected or any member whether caused by problems with communication networks or lines, computer systems, software or internet service providers, congestion on any carrier network or otherwise; or
- any theft, destruction or unauthorised access to, or alteration of such communications; or
- any problem with, or technical malfunction of, any computer system or other equipment used for the conduct of the Corys Connected Program.
- Members must take their own legal and accounting advice in relation to their membership in the Corys Connected Program, in particular in relation to current and future tax consequences of being a member of the Corys Connected Program and of redeeming Rewards.
- Members are responsible to pay all tax imposed in relation to the membership of the Corys Connected Program and of redeeming Rewards.
- Corys Connected are not liable for any refusal by third party Rewards Suppliers to redeem Corys Connected Points for Rewards, however, you should let us know if this occurs.
- In the case of any dispute and/or any matters pertaining to this program, the decision of Corys Connected and Corys Electrical will be final.
- If you disagree with any details of your Corys Connected Points balance you should contact the Program manager in the first instance. We will investigate your disagreement and report back to you with the result of our investigation as soon as practicable. If we establish that a mistake did occur, we will correct it.
Changes to Terms and Conditions
- Corys Connected Points redemption values shown on the Corys Connected Rewards section of https://loyalty.corys.co.nz/ may be subject to change without notice at any time.
- Corys Connected reserve the right to change the claim or redemption procedures at any time. All members will be advised of any changes if/when they occur.
Our Suspension or Cancellation of your Membership
- There may be circumstances where we may suspend or cancel your Corys Connected account without prior notice. An example is where we suspect fraud on your Corys Connected account.
Changes to or Termination of your Membership of the Corys Connected Rewards Program
- Corys Connected may cancel the program or close your Corys Connected account at any time upon 30 days’ notice. All accrued Corys Connected Points must be redeemed within the notice period. Neither we nor any Rewards Supplier will be liable to you for Corys Connected Points which are not redeemed by the end of the notice period.
- Should Corys Connected cancel the program, all Rewards will not be redeemable and will be cancelled. All Rewards Points will also be cancelled.
- Corys Connected may terminate membership of the Corys Connected Program, without notice and for
any reason, including if the member:
- fails to comply with these Terms and Conditions; or
- supplies any misleading information or makes any misrepresentations to Corys Connected in connection with the Corys Connected Program; or
- abuses any privilege accorded to the member under the Corys Connected Program; or
- does not use his or her Corys Electrical account for a consecutive period of 12 months; or
- does not spend at Corys Electrical or its subsidiaries; or
- dies or becomes bankrupt; or
- is placed into liquidation or receivership; or
- directly or indirectly provides competitor of Corys Electrical or to any other person not nominated or approved by The Rewards Manager access to the Corys Connected Program or any information about the program.
- Corys Connected may substitute or replace the program with another rewards program operated by Corys Electrical or its related or associated companies and have the member’s balance transferred to the new program.
Closure by you of your Corys Connected account
- You may close your Corys Connected account at any time. To do this you must notify us in writing or by phone of the closure.
- Upon closure, Corys Connected Points accrued to the date of closure will be forfeited by you.
If You Cease Trading
- Where a member ceases trading, enters into an arrangement with creditors or is placed in statutory receivership or liquidation or declared bankrupt, then Corys Connected Points will only be able to be redeemed if any monies owing to Corys Electrical or its related companies are paid in full within the agreed trading terms. If full payment is not received within the agreed trading terms the Corys Connected Points will be forfeited.
Statements and Notices
- Members will be sent a monthly print or email statement showing how many Corys Connected Points have been accrued and/or redeemed.
- Members agree to receive notifications and provide any information related to the program. Members may opt out of receiving notifications related to the program by written request directed to: Corys Connected Program Manager, Corys Electrical, Level 1, 61 Normanby Road, Mt Eden, Auckland 1024.
- We will not be responsible for correspondence lost or delayed through mail or email. You are responsible for advising us of any change of email or address.
Confidentiality of Your Information
- Personal information about members may be collected by Corys Connected. This information will be used by Corys Connected for marketing purposes, planning and research. Members may, under the provisions of the Privacy Act 1993, request access to and have corrected their personal information held by Corys Connected. These requests must be in writing.
- Members’ names and details may be used by Corys Connected for promotional purposes and the member agrees to participate in any publicity that Corys Connected may reasonably require.
- We may also use the information to advise you of products, services and goods relating to Corys Connected or our other products and services.
- We may disclose any or all of the member’s information to any Rewards Supplier or other organisation associated with the program for the promotional, research or marketing purposes of those Rewards Supplier or other organisations.
- If you do not want to receive promotional materials from us at any time, you can tell us and we will not send it. For promotional materials sent by any Rewards Supplier or other organisation associated with the program, please contact the relevant entity directly.
- When you are dealing with us by telephone your call may be recorded for verification or training purposes.
- All Corys Connected Program enquiries must be directed to Corys Connected on Free Phone 0800 4 26797, email firstname.lastname@example.org or via the website www.corys.co.nz.
- Instructions appearing on any and all program literature form part of the Terms and Conditions.
- The laws of New Zealand govern the Corys Connected Program and these Terms and Conditions.
Corys Trade Events
Corys Trade account
To attend any Corys TradeEvent trip, you must have a current Corys Trade account for purchasing your electrical products and services. The primary account holder is eligible to bring a friend, partner or business colleague on the trip if desired, providing the package costs are covered.
Points or Prices
Any Points values or prices indicated are on a “per person” basis and in Corys Connected Points and/or New Zealand dollars. Payment may be made by Corys Connected points (where offered as an alternative), internet banking, by cash or personal or bank cheque.
Credit card fees have not been included into the TradeEvent packages. For payment by credit card payment applicable service fees or surcharges will apply. All prices will include New Zealand GST where applicable. Due to possible currency fluctuations and changes in supplier/service costs, prices are subject to variation at any time until full payment is received. Please note that for contractual reasons prices cannot be itemised out.
Attendance on Trips
It is important to Corys that all attendees on Corys trips have a safe and enjoyable experience.
For this reason, in the event of behaviour or incidents involving attendees that detrimentally affects other persons on the trip and/or may affect the reputation of Corys in any way, Corys reserves the right in its sole discretion to refuse entry to attendees involved in such incidents to Corys organised events on the trip.
Corys shall not be required to give any refund in such circumstances.
Whilst Corys uses it best efforts to provide the necessary travel advice and to protect attendees on Corys trips from harm at Corys organised events, customers and other attendees are responsible for their own personal health and other property insurance arrangements on those trips and travel at their own risk.
Corys strongly recommends that customers take their time to look through all of the information sections available on this website so you are familiar with the trip and destination requirements.
A current itinerary is available online. Closer to the time of the event, full itineraries will be released and you will be keep informed via email if events change. If due to circumstances beyond the control of Corys and its travel suppliers, the itinerary is changed following this, then the TradeEvents inclusions and price may have to be altered.
Travel documents will be distributed approximately 14 working days prior to your departure date. It is important that you check all of the confirmation letters and documentation handed or sent to you in relation to your proposed travel and accommodation to ensure it fully meets your requirements and there have been no misunderstandings. If applicable please ensure airline tickets have names as per passport. Corys and its travel suppliers will not accept responsibility for any documents subsequently altered without our consent.
Passport and Visa
All attendees registering for this trip understand that it is their responsibility to ensure they have a valid, legal, machine readable passport. Anyone travelling on a passport other than one issued by New Zealand or Australia must ensure they have valid visas for returning to New Zealand.
Safety, Health and Vaccinations
If you are planning to travel overseas, checklists and travel health and safety tips can help you prepare. You can also register with the NZ Governments Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade if you are travelling overseas, so that you can be contacted in an emergency. If you are concerned about security and travel risks in the countries you intend to visit, you can read the latest travel advisories from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. See the website; www.safetravel.org.nz.
Information is available for most countries which can help you make informed travel decisions and minimise risk when you travel overseas. You can subscribe to receive email notification of the latest travel advisory updates. Certain countries require and / or recommend that travellers be vaccinated against specific diseases. Please check with your doctor and / or the embassies concerned to satisfy yourself as to whether your destinations have any requirements or suggestions in this respect.
It is your responsibility to ensure your own health with regards to vaccinations and / or decisions to travel to at risk areas. You may also wish to visit the World Health Organisations website: www.who.Int/en for more information on health issues.
Travel Insurance is not included in the Corys package. We recommend that a travel Insurance policy should be taken once you have receive confirmation that you’re registration form has been processed. Please be aware that travel insurance offered by credit card companies does not always match the level of cover offered by our preferred policy. In particular, check medical cover and the emergency assistance offered. Please ask for a copy of our comprehensive Insurance policy so that you can compare the cover with other policies offered. If you choose not to take a travel policy you must sign our insurance waiver to this.
Bonds or credit card imprints may be required by accommodation suppliers, where they are providing telephone, mini-bar, in-room movies, laundry and other facilities and services that can be charged to guest rooms. These are usually requested by the hotel at the time of check-in.
The services that Corys and their travel supplier provide to Corys clients consist of arranging and coordinating travel, accommodation and match tickets, making bookings, and issuing appropriate tickets and vouchers (if applicable). These services will also be subject to the terms and conditions of the relevant service provider.
Corys reserves the right to change and or cancel the trip at its sole discretion. You will have the first opportunity to re-book on the next or alternative trip where possible but if this is not possible then Corys will reimburse any miles deducted or amounts paid to Corys for the trip.
To the maximum extent permitted by law, Corys and its travel suppliers and their employees or agents shall not be liable in any way (whether in contract, negligence or otherwise) for any loss or damage whatsoever suffered (including, without limitation, indirect or consequential loss) or for any loss or damage or personal injury suffered or sustained in connection with this trip, including (but not limited to) the acts or defaults of actual travel, accommodation and event ticket suppliers.
If by means of any event of force majeure (which shall include terrorism, pandemic or any cause or event outside our control) Corys or its travel suppliers shall be delayed in or prevented from performing its obligations, then such delay or non-performance shall not be deemed a breach or entitle a damages claim. Corys or its travel suppliers obligations shall be suspended whilst such event of force majeure continues.
All reasonable care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of package information provided, but services offered could be subject to change. You should keep in contact with Corys to ensure any changes which occur, can be passed on to you.
To book, please complete the registration form on our website www.corys.co.nz. You must read and agree to the “Booking Conditions”, provided at registration. If you wish to discuss any aspects of the trip, contact one of Corys Connected co-ordinators.
Authorisation to be contacted via email and text message
By signing up for this Corys event, you agree to have your photo used for future marketing promotion use and give permission to be contacted via email and/ or text message. Corys will inform you prior, during and post event with travel information pertaining to the trip. Please contact us if you would like to be removed from the database or have your details updated.
All relevant Terms and Conditions of the Corys Connected program also form part of these Terms and Conditions.