Conditions for Removal and Storage Contract
(a) Unusually difficult access to the premises results in additional handling of the goods.
(b) Special handling equipment is required.
(c) Extra time is involved in taking down, putting up, dismantling, disconnecting or installing fixtures, fittings and appliances.
(d) Special packing of fragile articles is required
(e) Alterations to any of these conditions, or to charges levied by the Railways, Shipping Companies, Airways or other carriers before the work in the terms of Contract has been physically completed.
(f) The storage or removal of any property creates an increased insurance risk.
(g) Any delays on the part of the Customer result in extra costs.
(h) Any Government Authority (eg Police, Customs, or IRD) carries out a search of
the goods while in transit or in storage as a result of the alleged activities of the Customer.
(i) Interest may be charged on all overdue accounts at 2% per month. The increase shall be to such an extent as reasonably determined by the Company.
with the sale of goods. The moneys received from such as sale shall pay any outstanding charges owing to the Company and the remainder will be held in trust for the Customer. The Company may remove goods from storage to store at its convenience provided always that the place of storage complies with the Company requirements and that the removal of goods does in no way alter the Contract. Insurance – Refer condition 14
(c) It is the responsibility of the Customer to see that no article required to be removed is left behind, that no goods or fixtures are taken away in error and that articles left in unoccupied premises are protected. The Company accepts no liability in respect of any such matters, and the Customer shall indemnify the Company against all claims in respect thereof.
(d) It is agreed that the Customer or his authorised agent is to check the goods off at the point of destination. The Company will not accept responsibility for any missing or damaged items if this clause is not adhered to.
(e) While every effort will be made to effect prompt delivery at destination whether it be storage to house or from house to house no guarantees can be given as to the actual time and date.
(f) Securing items – The securing of the mechanism of any household, electrical, mechanical or electronic item or other appliance is the customer’s responsibility.
(b) Unless insurance is organised with the Company and paid in full prior to any work being commenced the goods will be carried and/or stored at owner’s risk.
(c) If the Customer insures outside the Company, no liability shall be accepted by the Company or its insurers.
(d) It is the Customer’s responsibility to inquire about insurance, not the Company’s responsibility to offer insurance.
policy is under insured at the time of loss, the following rules apply:
(a) If you suffer a total loss, the provision will have no effect.
(b) If you suffer a partial loss, the maximum amount that you may recover will bear
the same proportion to your actual loss as the amount for which the property is
insured bears to the full value of the property.
(c) Whatever the loss, in no case will you be entitled to recover more than the amount
for which the property is insured e.g. your property is worth $20,000. You insured it
for $10,000. You suffer a loss of $5,000. If your policy is ‘subject to Average’ the
maximum amount that you may recover will be $2,500.