18. CLAIMSAll customer claim of the contract must be made in writing and can be served as soon as possible after the customer discovers the problem and, in any case, no later than 14 days after delivery of the goods by mail, manual delivery, fax or email. The buyer must provide, upon request, a sample and information, as long as the supplier can identify the goods and the date of manufacture. The supplier has the right to verify the goods in question at any time within 14 days of receiving the request. If the buyer sells the goods within 14 days, with the exception of the supplier`s written consent, the buyer applies to all claims relating to the sold goods. .3 (b) At the request of the contractor, the licensee must prove that he has complied with the sub-clause (3) and, if requested by the adjudicator authority, he must permit an audit by an auditor appointed by the adjudicator authority. In these terms, the terms „contract“ refer to the contract between the purchaser and the supplier for the delivery of the goods, as described in paragraph 1 above; „Goods“ all goods and/or services ordered by the order; GST“ has the same meaning as in the GST Act; Act 1999 (Cth); „loss“: any loss, liability, damage, cost or cost, and includes (without limitation) indirect or related damage, business losses or losses, and damage to equipment or property; PPSA“ The Personnel Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth); „Order,“ an order that the buyer passes to the supplier; „buyer“: the person (including his successors, his personal representatives and the authorized recipient of the transfer) who acquires the goods from the supplier and if the goods are made up of more than one person, the obligations arising from the contract are considered to be in solidarity; Related Bodies Corporate“ is important to it in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth); and „supplier,“ the entity in the invoice. 28. SIGNIFICANT REGULATORY MODIFICATIONS If there is a significant legislative or regulatory change over the life of the company (including the introduction of an emissions or CO2 trading scheme or an emissions tax or a carbon tax), the supplier is authorized, subject to item 11.1, to increase in writing, within 10 days, the price of products to be paid by the customer by an amount corresponding to the increase in costs incurred by the supplier when the products are delivered due to such a significant change. 31. MISCELLANEOUS31.1 Each of these conditions may be amended in writing by the Supplier, unless the parties agree otherwise. Any change in these conditions applies only to orders placed under the waiver of the condition.31.2 The supplier cannot compensate all the sums it owes to the purchaser under the contract against amounts that the supplier must in any way to the purchaser.31.3 The supplier`s waiver of a provision or a breach of a provision of the contract should not be construed as a waiver of another provision or a violation of another provision; another violation of the provision of the same contract or other provision of the treaty.31.4 If, for any reason, a provision of the contract is totally or partially unenforceable or voided, this provision (or part) is deemed to be void without impairing the validity or applicability of another provision.31.5 The contract (including the data) , which is included in the order) represents the entire agreement between the buyer and the supplier and no change is in any way an amendment. 31.6 Any dispute arising from the contract is governed by the law of the Australian state or territory where the order was received by the supplier and the purchaser submits to the jurisdiction of the federal courts of Australia and that state and agrees to be bound by the federal courts of Australia and that state.