Terms and Conditions
MTA Pre Purchase Inspections Terms & Conditions
Checkpoint Australia P/L trading as MTA Pre Purchase Inspections (from this point on to be referred to as MTA PPI ) shall at all times have the right to demand advance payment or cash payment upon arrival of the vehicle inspector or to demand security to be provided in a form approved by MTA PPI’s authorized representative to ensure that the purchase price of the service is paid.
If Purchaser does not comply with its obligations under these Conditions, including but not limited to the payment of the purchase price, it shall promptly be deemed to be legally in default, without any notice and without legal action being required. In that case: (1) MTA PPI shall be entitled to suspend its obligations under these Conditions including but not limited to suspending the provision of the inspection service without relieving Purchaser from its obligations and (2) all amounts promised by Purchaser shall become immediately due to MTA PPI.
Cancellation policy: 1) MTA PPI will require without exception a full four (4) hours’ notice of the buyer’s intent to cancel an appointment in order for the buyer to be eligible for a full refund of the purchase price. 2) In all cases without exception cancellations with less than four (4) hours’ notice will incur a Seventy Five Dollar ($75.00) cancellation fee.
Notwithstanding delivery and passing of the results of the inspection to the buyer, the ownership of the information shall be retained by MTA PPI and shall only be transferred to the Purchaser when Purchaser has fully complied with all of its obligations contained in or arising from these Conditions and any sales related agreement between MTA PPI and Purchaser.
Purchaser shall indemnify and keep indemnified MTA PPI against all claims, liabilities, costs, damages and expenses incurred by or for which MTA PPI may become liable as a direct or indirect result of:
1) Carrying out of any work required to be done on or to the inspected vehicle in accordance with the requirements or specifications listed, pictured or implied within the content of the inspection report and or photographs or verbally by the vehicle inspector.
2) any person other than MTA PPI (or with MTA PPI’s express consent in writing) using the inspection report or carrying out any amendments, alterations or other work on the report involving any infringement or alleged infringement of any intellectual or industrial property rights vested in any third party.
MTA PPI SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY TO PURCHASER IN THE EVENT OF INSPECTION SERVICE INFRINGING OR BEING ALLEGED TO INFRINGE THE RIGHTS OF OR CREATE ANY DISADVANTAGE TO ANY THIRD PARTY
Seller warrants for the period stated in legislation by the Australian Consumer Law. MTA PPI gives no other guarantees with respect to the inspection report, neither express nor implied. Purchaser shall be liable for any and all claims made by third parties. Period of warranty is either the time period as stated specifically in writing from MTA PPI or as specifically stated within the Australian Consumer Law Legislation.