ISWISE will carry out and complete the work in accordance with the
matters set out in the Letter of Agreement and any other agreed
documentation subject to any subsequent variations agreed in writing
between ISWISE and the client.
Time and Attention
ISWISE will devote such time, attention and skill to the project as may
be appropriate to execute and complete it.
Specific details of fees and expenses to be paid to ISWISE by the client
will be agreed in writing between the parties. Our standard terms are
for invoicing to take place at the end of a month for the days worked in
a month. Unless otherwise stated all charges are payable within 7 days
of issue of invoice.
ISWISE will keep confidential and not divulge any confidential
information concerning or relating to the client’s business affairs
and activities without the express authority in writing of the client.
All reports, and other documents, prepared by ISWISE remain the property
of ISWISE unless otherwise agreed in writing. The client shall be
entitled to use any reports and documents produced by ISWISE only for
the specific purposes agreed with ISWISE.
ISWISE will present its reports, recommendations or other findings in
good faith and will not be liable to the client for any losses arising
or purportedly arising as a result of acting upon ISWISE’s
recommendations or for any indirect or consequential loss including
claims by third parties. If ISWISE makes any forecasts or gives any
opinions no warranty is being given as to achievements. The achievement
of any recommended aims will depend on the efforts of the client and the
client’s staff and other factors.
Any formal communications to ISWISE should be sent to its Apperley
office and any formal communication to the client should be sent to the
client’s address set out in the Letter of Agreement unless the client
notifies ISWISE otherwise in writing. Formal communications should be
sent by post or fax or be delivered by hand.
The agreement between ISWISE and the client will only be varied if
mutually agreed in writing.
Any dispute between the parties shall be referred to a single arbitrator
to be appointed jointly or, failing agreement between the parties, by
the President of the Institute of Chartered Arbitrators on the
application of either party. The arbitrator will have power to settle
disputes in his absolute discretion and his determination shall be final
except on a point of law.
agreement between ISWISE and the client shall be governed by English