Terms & Conditions

All sales by GRAND RAPIDS CHAIR COMPANY or its affiliates (the ‘‘Seller’’) shall be governed by the following terms and conditions of sale. The agreement between Seller and Buyer with respect to the sale of goods described in the Seller’s quote (the ‘‘goods’’) shall consist only of the terms appearing herein and in the Seller’s quote or proposal and any attachments, exhibits and supplements (the ‘‘contract’’) together with any terms mutually agreed to in writing hereafter by Seller and Buyer. Buyer’s issuance of a purchase order constitutes its acknowledgment that Seller’s quote is the first document exchanged, containing the essential elements of, and therefore constitutes an offer. Seller objects to and shall not otherwise be bound by any additional or different terms, whether printed or otherwise, in Buyer’s purchase order or in any other communication from Buyer to Seller. The contract shall be for the benefit of Seller and Buyer and not for the benefit of any other person. Prior courses of dealing, trade usage and verbal agreements not reduced to a writing signed by Seller, to the extent they differ from, modify, add to or detractfrom the contract, shall not be binding on Seller. There are no agreements, promises or understandings, either verbal or written, that are not fully expressed herein. No statements, recommendations, or assistance by either party has been relied upon by either party or shall constitute a waiver by either party of the provisions hereof.

2. NO IMPLIED ACCEPTANCE
Notwithstanding any contrary provision in Buyer’s purchase order, no action by Seller such as delivery of goods, the rendering of services or the commencement of work on goods to be specially manufactured for Buyer, will be deemed an acceptance by Seller of any purchase order from Buyer with terms different than those contained in this contract.

3. TERMINATION OR MODIFICATION
The contract may be modified or terminated only upon Seller’s written consent. If all or part of the contract is terminated, Buyer, in the absence of contrary written agreement with Seller, Buyer shall pay a termination charge equal to expenses and costs incurred by Seller in the production of the goods to the date suchtermination is accepted by Seller, including work in process, raw materials not usable by Seller for other purposes, and reimbursement for any commitments to third parties made in order to satisfy Buyer’s requirements, plus a reasonable profit. In addition, any goods completed on or prior to Seller’s acceptance of such termination shall be accepted and paid for in full by Buyer.

4. TERMS OF PAYMENT
Payment terms are determined on an individualcompany basis. Payments shall be made to Seller at the address specified in the invoice. Pro rata payments shall become due as shipments are made. If any shipment is delayed by Seller at the request of Buyer, payment shall become due on the date when Seller is prepared tomake shipment. Prices are F.O.B. Seller’s shipping point unless otherwise stated in the contract. Product orders for non-standard items, and orders that exceed normal credit limits require 50% down payments with the order. When any payment is not paid on or before its due date, Buyer agrees to pay a late charge on the sum
outstanding, from the due date for receipt of payment to the actual date of receipt of payment, at a rate of one and one half percent (1.5%) per month on the unpaid balance. If a payment is not paid on or before its due date, Buyer agrees that Seller may also cease performance under any and all of Buyer’s purchase orders whether or not related to the late payment. Whenever, in the judgment of Seller, the financial condition of the Buyer does not justify the continuation of production or shipment on the specified terms of payment, the Seller may require full or partial payment in advance. Seller shall have a security interest in all tools, molds, and dies and other property of Buyer, which come into the possession of Seller, as security for all sums owing from Buyer to Seller from time to time.

5. DELIVERY
Delivery dates are not guaranteed but are estimated on the basis of immediate receipt by Seller of all information to be furnished by Buyer, and all shipments are subject to Seller’s production schedule. Seller shall in good faith endeavor to meet estimated delivery dates. Seller shall not be responsible for claims for error in quantity, weight or number not made within ten (10) days after Buyer’s receipt of goods. Seller will not be liable for any delay in performance of this contract or delivery of goods when the delay is caused directly or indirectly by fire, flood, explosion, accident, riot, acts of God, war, governmental interference, embargo, strikes or other labor difficulties, shortage of labor, fuel, power, materials or supplies, transportation delays, failure of tooling or the repair, maintenance or rehabilitation of the tooling, or any other cause or causes whatsoever beyond its control. In the event Seller is delayed in performance by Buyer or at Buyer’s request, Buyer will be responsible for any resulting increase in cost, including handling, insurance and storage charges, and Seller may invoice goods ready for shipment with payment to be made in accordance with the payment schedule as if the goods had been shipped. In the event delay is caused by Buyer’s failure to furnish information necessary for Seller’s performance, Seller may extend the shipment date for a reasonable time in proportion to the period of Buyer’s delay.

6. INSTALLMENT DELIVERIES AS SEPARATE SALES
Each installment of goods to be delivered pursuant to this contract is to be considered as a separate sale and Buyer shall be liable to pay the agreed price for each such installment without regard to any failure to deliver other installments, and Seller’s breach or default in the delivery of any installment shall not give Buyer the right to refuse to receive any other installments.

7. RISK OF LOSS
Buyer assumes all risk of loss of goods upon delivery by Seller to carrier. Seller agrees to package the goods, put them in the possession of a carrier, make appropriate arrangements for their transportation, and obtain and deliver documents necessary to enable Buyer to obtain possession of the goods. Seller shall not be obligated to obtain insurance or to prepay transportation costsunless the contract provides otherwise. Buyer agrees to pay all loading, unloading and other charges incidental to transportation. Seller will attempt to follow Buyer’s shipping instructions, but may make reasonable changes thereto. Whether or not Seller pays shipping charges,risk of loss shall pass to Buyer upon delivery of thegoods to a carrier. Breach of this contract shall have no effect upon this provision controlling the risk of loss.

8. LIMITED WARRANTIES
Wood Chairs: One year free from defects and workmanship; 10 years structural integrity

Metal Chairs: One year free from defects and workmanship; 10 years structural integrity

Table: One year free from defects and workmanship,10 year structural integrity

Fabric: Subject to warranty of the textile company Laminate tables: Subject to the warranty of the laminate company

SELLER MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ALL OF WHICH ARE HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMED. IN PARTICULAR, BUT WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING EXCLUSION, (i) IF THE GOODS ARE MADE ACCORDING TO BUYER’S SPECIFICATIONS, SELLER DOES NOT WARRANT ADEQUACY OF SUCH SPECIFICATIONS OR THAT THE GOODS WILL PERFORM IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUCH SPECIFICATIONS, (ii) IF ANY GOODS FURNISHED HERE UNDER ARE MADE BY ANY SUPPLIER OTHER THAN SELLER, SELLER DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO SUCH GOODS, (iii) SELLER DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE GOODS ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS OF ANY COUNTRY, AND (iv) IF THE GOODS ARE MODULES OR ASSEMBLIES, SELLER DOES NOT WARRANT DESIGN, DESIGN PERFORMANCE, DURABILITY OR SYSTEM INTEGRATION OF THE MODULES, ASSEMBLIES OR ANY COMPONENTS THEREOF. LIMITED WARRANTY BASED ON 8HR, 200 DAY USE.

Seller’s sole obligation under the foregoing warranties will be limited to either,at Seller’s option, replacing or repairing defective goods or refunding the purchase price paid for such goods previously paid by Buyer, and Buyer’s exclusive remedy for breach of any of such warranties will be enforcement of such obligation of Seller. These warranties will not extend to goods subjected to misuse, abuse, neglect, damage, accident or improper installation or maintenance or which have been altered or repaired by anyone other than Seller or its authorized representative. Seller shall not be liable on any claim for defective goods, which is not made within thirty (30) days after discovery of defect.

9. REMEDIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
In the event Buyer claims Seller has breached any of its obligations under the contract, whether of warranty or otherwise, Seller may request the return of the goods and tender to Buyer the purchase price previously paid by Buyer, and in such event, Seller shall have no further obligation under the contract except to refund such purchase price upon redelivery of the goods. No goods may be returned without Seller’s written request. If Seller requests the return of the goods, the goods will be unless otherwise authorized in writing by Seller. Seller reserves the right to inspect any claimed defect, repair defective goods or install replacement parts, and perform any adjustment incident to satisfactory operation of the goods. In the event Buyer claims Seller has breached any of its obligations under the contract, whether of warranty or otherwise, and Seller has not delivered any goods to Buyer, Seller may tender to Buyer the purchase price previously paid by Buyer, and, in such event, Seller shall have no further obligation under the contract except to refund such purchase price previously paid by Buyer. The remedies contained in this and the preceding paragraph shall constitute the sole recourse of Buyer against Seller for breach of any of Seller’s obligations under the contract, whether of warranty or otherwise. In no event shall Seller be liable for incidental, consequential or special damages, including without limitation, lost revenues, profits or recall expenses, nor shall Seller’s liability on any claim for damages arising out of or connected with the contract or the manufacture, sale, delivery or use of the goods exceed the purchase price of the goods previously paid by Buyer to Seller. Any warranty rights which Seller may have relating to any goods provided by other suppliers will be assigned to Buyer upon request. Seller shall not be liable for failure to perform its obligations under the contract resulting directly or indirectly from circumstances beyond Seller’s reasonable control.

10. INDEMNIFICATION
Buyer shall indemnify Seller against, and hold Seller harmless from, any and all claims and liabilities, including reasonable attorney’s fees, arising out of, connected
with, or resulting from the goods, including but not limited to, the design, manufacturing, selection, delivery, possession, storage, use, operation or disposition of the goods. Seller’s entire liability for goods is limited as set forth in paragraph 9 above.

11. PATENTS
Buyer shall indemnify Seller against liability, loss, damage or expense in any instance involving alleged violation of patent rights relating to Buyer’s specifications and/or the goods resulting from those specifications. Buyer shall bear the full burden for all liability, loss, damage or expense in any such instance. Such indemnification of Seller against all liability, loss, damage or expense pursuant to this provision shall include, but is not limited to, litigation expenses, reasonable attorney’s fees, and damages awarded under an adverse judgment or established by way of compromise settlement where both Buyer and Seller have notice of and consent to such compromise settlement.

12. CHANGES

Changes in the work to be performed under the contract may be made only if Buyer submits written instructions for such changes and if Seller accepts those changes in writing. If any such approved changes in drawings, materials, quantities, dates of performance or design of the part, units, tools, or fixtures, in Seller’s sole judgment, increase Seller’s costs, Seller may condition approval of any such change on agreement by Buyer to a price increase to recoup such cost increase, plus a reasonable return.

13. CANCELLATION/RESCHEDULE OF PURCHASE ORDERS
A. In the event of any cancellation of all or part of any
purchase order by Buyer, Buyer agrees to pay Seller for all reasonable and allocable materials, material management, labor, overhead and general and administrative costs and expenses incurred as a result of any such cancellation, plus a reasonable profit hereby stipulated to be ten percent (10%) of such costs and expenses within thirty (30) days from the date of Seller’s invoice setting forth such costs and expenses. By way of illustration and not limitation, Seller’s costs incurred by reason of Buyer’s cancellation may include the storage costs for the items to be purchased, and costs associated with relocating the production to an alternate source, as well as the costs of unreimbursed and/or unamortized research and development costs, capital equipment, and other property and supplies of Seller needed to produce and which are uniqueto the goods.

B. In the event of such cancellation and upon receipt of payment as described above, all completed goods, assemblies in process, components and any tooling, and equipment owned by Buyer and furnished to Seller under this contract shall be returned to Buyer in accordance with instructions specified by Buyer.

C. In the event of any cancellation, inventory carrying charges will be assessed at a rate of two percent (2%) per month on the value of such inventory until the relevant inventory is disposed of and paid for by Buyer.

D. In the event of any reschedule of delivery of goods
by Buyer for a period of more than two weeks, inventory carrying charges will be assessed at a rate of two percent (2%) per month until such goods are shipped.

14. DISCLOSURE AND USE OF INFORMATION
Any technical or confidential information disclosed by Seller during the term of this agreement is proprietary and may not be used by Buyer or disclosed by Buyer to any other entity without the written consent of the Seller of such information. Any information owned or developed by Seller, including but not limited to, patents, trademarks, copyrights, know-how and proprietary information, and used for the supply of goods under this contract shall remain the sole and exclusive property of Seller. Except as authorized in writing by and on terms acceptable to Seller, Buyer shall have no right to disclose any technical information to any third party or to have any third party make any goods that use the technical information owned by Seller.

15. MATERIAL PRICE INCREASES
Seller’s price quotation shall be subject to pricing of raw materials or other commodities used in the manufacture of goods as described to Buyer. If any such price shall increase by more than five percent (5%) during the term of the Contract, then the quoted price shall be adjusted on the last day of each month thereafter to reflect thefull amount of any such price increase.

16. GOVERNING LAW AND FORUM
The formation and performance of the contract shall be governed by the Uniform Commercial Code, as adopted in the state of Michigan. Any action for breach of the contract, including any breach of warranty, must be commenced within one (1) year after the cause of action has accrued. This contract shall not be subject to or governed by the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. Any legal or equitable actions arising out of or relating to this contract or any other contract between the parties, shall be brought only in the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan, or in the district or circuit courts of Kent County, Michigan. Seller and Buyer agree that such court shall have in person am jurisdiction over the parties.

17. TAXES
Unless the contract provides otherwise, sales, use, occupation, excise and other taxes upon the production, sale or use of the goods are not included in the price and such taxes or any costs in connection therewith, wherever levied and whether imposed before or after payment of invoice, shall be paid by Buyer.

18. MINIMUM PURCHASE REQUIREMENTS
Buyer hereby acknowledges and agrees that the prices set forth in this contract are contingent upon Buyer’s agreement to purchase the total quantities set forth in the Buyer’s request for quote/proposal. If Buyer fails to purchase at least ninety percent (90%) of the quantities of goods contained in its request for quote/proposal, Buyer agrees that the pricing on the goods delivered to Buyer shall be adjusted retroactively to reflect the impact of lower volume on material pricing, labor efficiencies and other cost and expenses of Seller. Buyer hereby agrees to pay Seller such additional sums within thirty (30) days of the date of Seller’s invoice for payment. Orders for amounts less than $250 net price will be charged a minimum order charge of $50. Table orders with quantities less than 5 tops will be charged a set up charge of $250 net.

19. ASSIGNMENT AND DELEGATION
No right or interest in this contract shall be delegated or assigned by Buyer without the written permission of Seller. Any attempt at assignment or delegation shall be void unless made in conformity with this paragraph. Buyer represents and warrants to Seller that any assignee of Buyer’s rights under this contract shall be ina financial condition and otherwise able to perform all of Buyer’s obligations here under. No assignment of this contract shall relieve Buyer of its liability under this contract.