Purchase order terms and conditions
All transactions which occur via a Purchase Order form a contractual arrangement between the university and the Supplier. As such, for the security of both parties, we ensure an Agreement is secured between the parties for all transactions.
Where the university and the Supplier have not actively negotiated and agreed, in writing, on a set of contractual terms to govern a transaction, the university has provided the Purchase Order Terms and Conditions to ensure the parties are afforded the appropriate contractual protections.
Current purchase order terms
These terms and conditions apply above all others unless the Supplier and CQUniversity Australia have entered into a prior written Agreement (such as a CQUniversity standard Goods and Services Agreement or Professional Services Agreement) specifying the terms and conditions which are to apply to the provision of the Goods or Services outlined in the relevant Purchase Order.
No Supplier provided terms will govern the goods and services outlined in the Purchase Order without the explicit written acceptance of CQU.
Superseded purchase order terms
A change log of previous versions will be made available of our Purchase Order Terms and Conditions. This will be provided for reference only and allow Parties to view the terms that applied at the time their Purchase Order was raised.
There are currently no superseded purchaser order terms available.