Service Agreement Charges
The specific choice allows the personal adaptation of products and services. For example, a fee-for-service agreement with a cable TV provider would allow a customer to purchase only the desired channels, so their choice of channels is more specific than a traditionally bundled cable TV package. The company undertakes to do everything in its power to provide the services described in the specifications, on the dates or deadlines indicated therein. Delivery times are subject to the fact that time is not wasted due to a lack of access to key personnel or resources or a lack of access or authorization to essential documents or specifications or to customer actions or indecision. Fee for service agreements are a way to pay a company if separate services are paid individually instead of being bundled. It is often referred to as pay-per-card payment. Telecommunications services are sufficiently essential to be provided under a fee-for-service agreement. Products such as mobile phone minutes, cable channels and phone lines can be chosen individually by a consumer based on need and considered as individual items by the operator. Financial services can also be provided on a fee-for-service basis. Customers can individually pay for services such as stock purchases or sales. 2.1.2 Royalty rates are plus value-added taxes and any taxes that may be levied on such rates or on any portion therein. VAT and all such taxes are paid by the customer as an additional charge under this Agreement, if required by law.
GenScript USA Inc. and its subsidiaries and related companies (individually and collectively “GenScript”) provide custom and custom research services in the life sciences industry. This Service Agreement and all Project Proposals (including Offerings) (as defined in Section 3), schedules, appendices and exhibitions agreed upon and executed by GenScript and Customer govern the provision of all custom/contractual research services contained in a GenScript Project Proposal (“Services”), to the client provided as part of the relevant project proposal. . . .