ISSA CONDITIONS OF SALE
These conditions for the international shipstore trade set out the rights and duties of both ship suppliers and ship owners, formulated by the INTERNATIONAL SHIP SUPPLIERS ASSOCIATION (ISSA) and deposited at THE HAGUE, Netherlands. With effect from the date they are deposited at THE HAGUE, these Conditions supersede the 1995 Edition.
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“Vendor” shall mean the ISSA member contracting to supply the goods in reliance upon these
Conditions;” Purchaser” shall mean the person placing an order in respect of the Goods and where such person acts as agent of or otherwise for a third party (principal), such person and the principal and the vessel on whose behalf the Goods are ordered jointly and severally;
“Goods” shall mean any and all items ordered by the Purchaser and/or supplied by the Vendor for use on board a vessel or vessels or an offshore oil rig or similar, or incidental to the operation of the aforesaid; “Contract” shall mean any agreement between the Vendor and a Purchaser pursuant to which Goods are supplied or are to be supplied
- Unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing the following conditions shall apply to all contracts, orders and deliveries. Any conflicting purchasing conditions (or similar) of the Purchaser shall be deemed to have been rejected by the Vendor unless expressly accepted in writing..