By clicking “I Agree” and submitting the order.

BOUND THIS AGREEMENT made on the date of subscription
BETWEEN:
Piatagioni Pte Ltd, also known as www.piantagioni.co (“the Developer”)
AND
(The subscriber a person or company with name submitted in the order) (“the Client”)

1. Interpretations
1.1 Unless the context otherwise admits words importing one gender shall include all other genders and words
importing the singular shall include the plural and vice versa.
1.2 Reference to any statutory provisions in this Agreement shall include any statutory provisions, which
amends or replaces it.

2. Outline of Agreement & Rental
2.1 This Agreement details the terms and conditions agreed between the Parties for the development, hosting,
rental and maintenance of a store, (including technical and design details) hereinafter known as the “Project”
for the Client such development to be undertaken by the Developer.
2.2 As part of this Agreement the Developer will rent the subsequent Project Store to the Client for a
minimum initial period of 12-months in consideration of which the Client will pay the Developer the yearly
rental fee as detailed in clause 4.4 below.
2.3 If the Developer does not receive payment within the agreed payment period of the date of any invoice, it
may terminate this Agreement as regards any Service requested by you without further obligation to you.
Developer reserves the right to remove all web content from the Internet after one non-payment. After two
consecutive non-payments debt collection action will be taken, leading to court action if necessary. All debt
incurred in this process will be passed onto the Client. All Client files will be deleted from our system. If a
payment delay is anticipated, please contact the Developer to discuss potential problems in advance. If problems
are anticipated, the Developer may be able to accommodate an alternate arrangement.
2.4 The Developer intellectual property cannot be used on another machine or sold by the Client. This refers to
work files, programming and system coding, including content management system files and Ecommerce
system files.
2.5 After the Client’s rental term has finished (after a minimum of 12-months). If the Client wishes to continue renting the store,
the Client will need to do nothing if they are paid with credit card and the credit card is valid, the Developer will continue on a  year-to-year or a 5 years contract basis.
If the payment was made with fund transfer in advance, the Client has to ensure that the payment to be made before the end of the grace period to prevent a stoppage of service.
If the initial rental term signed was 5 years, the Developer will continue on a 5 years period basis. If the client chooses to cancel, the client will need to revoke
the recurring payment and cancel the renewal from their account. In the event the Client used a coupon or enjoyed a discount, the cost of renewal of service will be based on the original price. Discount prices are not locked to the Client’s account and should be treated as one time only, the full original price will be charged in the recurring payments for future contracts.
2.6 There are no cancellation fees. There will not be any refund or compensation for any remaining months or years and the store will stay
alive until the end of period or until the end of the period of contract or until a proper request of cancellation is made by The Client.
wIf you cancel your store  you only have rights to domains which you purchased outside this contract,
any images or text you supplied us. The store (including both the design and furnitish) and any
variations thereof shall remain the sole property of the Developer. If the Client does not wish to renew the
Developer has the rights to rent the store to a new Client. See also Section 8.
2.7 The Developer understands, however, that Clients may request significant design changes to pages that have
already been built to the Client’s specification. To that end, please note that our agreement does not include a
provision for “significant page modification” or creation of additional pages in excess of our agreed page
maximum. If significant page modification is requested after a page has been built to the Client’s specification,
the Developer must apply an additional charge.
2.8 The Developer, its employees and subcontractors agree that, except as directed by the Client, it will not at
any time during or after the term of this Agreement disclose any Confidential Information to any person
whatsoever. Likewise, the Client agrees that it will not convey any confidential information obtained about the
Developer to another party or pass on any forms including these to any third party.
2.9 Client also agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Developer against Liabilities arising out of
any injury to person or property caused by any products or services sold or otherwise distributed over the
Client’s store. This includes infringing on the proprietary rights of a third party, copyright infringement, and
delivering any defective product or misinformation, which is detrimental to another person, organisation, or
business.
2.10 Authorised representatives of the Client certifies that he or she is at least 18 years of age and legally
capable of entering a contract on behalf of the Client.
2.11 Where logo design is offered to a Client as part of a rental package it will be a text based logo and for use
on your store only (using the logo without paying for consent to use it will be seen as fraud). For a small
additional fee you may have a copy to use as you wish. We can also design you a logo to include a graphic for
an additional fee.
2.12 In the event the utilisation or requests from the Client exceeds the quota, all fees will be charged at prevailing rates and payment must be made in advance.
For the case of web traffic that exceeds, payment must be made within 30 days of notice. Failure to making payment will result in stoppage of service.

3. Detailed Project Specification
3.1 The Developer and the Client have agreed a Project Store specification and Project Store maintenance
as defined in Schedule One, Schedule Two and Schedule Three of this Agreement.
3.2 Any amendments proposed to this Project specification must be made in writing and delivered to the other
party. Either party is entitled to request a live chat to discuss such amendments.
3.3 If such proposed amendments incur additional expense the Developer is entitled to seek further payment
from the Client to cover such expense.
3.4 The Developer will provide the Client with an expected project completion date (live on the internet) if
requested. The developer will endeavour to meet any given deadline but the Developer does not guarantee and are not bound in any way
to complete the project by this date.
3.5 It is the Client’s responsibility to check with The Developer that open source software is being used or not.
3.6 Open source software is not owned by the Developer or our Client.

4. Development Fees
4.1 The Client will pay the agreed fees to the as and when requested, according to the Project specification
detailed in Schedule Two of this Agreement. The Developer will invoice the Client and the Client will pay the
invoice on time, including any taxes at the prevailing rate according to the terms of payment
detailed on the invoice.
4.2 The Developer will require payment as defined in Schedule Two of this Agreement. The Developer will only
commence work on a project after receiving full contractual payment in advance from the Client.
4.3 The fee covers work on the project which; is the creation and manipulation of your chosen theme,
entry of details and set up of all functions. The fee is non-refundable once the Client has agreed on the
“Theme”.
4.4 The Client will pay the agreed monthly fees to the Developer for renting the Store as specified in
Schedule Two of this Agreement. The Developer will invoice the Client and the Client will pay the invoice,
including any Tax, at the prevailing rate according to the terms of payment detailed on the
invoice. A yearly direct debit should be setup by the Client to pay for the rental of the store,
or a recurring payment with a credit card be made during the subscription of service. The client will
agree to bear the full responsibility of including a credit card with a valid expiration date and credentials,
for valid deduction of recurring payments.
4.5 A yearly standing order for the rental fee should be set up to commence on the day of subscription.
Your rental fee includes the hosting. It is important that these are kept up-to-date and
paid on time as your store, e-mails and domain names will be at risk. If this is not paid, the store is
removed until payment is received. Reinstatement time will be done in two week and during which no claims of rebate of the service is allowed. If two payments are missed debt collection and/or court action will be
inevitable.

5. Expenses
5.1 The Client will pay the expenses incurred by the Developer during the Project, including requested additional stock
images outside the contract and such other reasonable expenses directly related to the Project.
5.2 The Developer will inform the Client in writing in advance if significant expenses not covered by clause 5.1
have to be incurred during the Project.

6. Store rental, Email & Maintenance
6.1 The Project Store will be hosted by the Developer or by a third party hosting company engaged by the
Developer.
6.1.1 The amount of web space available varies on each rental package, see Schedule 1 for more details.
6.2 Where the store is sublet by a third party company all terms and conditions, including
any service level agreement will mirror (but not exceed) those offered by the rental company. The Developer
will communicate such terms to the Client upon request.
6.3 The Developer will not be liable for rental errors caused by the rental company or downtime experienced caused
by the rental company.
6.4 Where a third party rental company is used the company may schedule regular maintenanceand this may affect the hosting and availability of the Project Store. Such maintenance is necessary
for the smooth running of the Store. Where possible such maintenance will be carried out when the store is
not busy. The Developer will endeavor to provide a reliable and professional service to the Client at all times.
6.5 The Developer cannot be held responsible for anything adversely affecting the Client’s business operation,
sales, or profitability that they might claim is a result of a service offered by the Developer.
6.6 If the Client expects higher levels of traffic to their store, then planning for further marketing may be
required and services are as charged
6.7 The Developer will do their up most to maintain the service during periods of high traffic, although The Developer
cannot predict the expected level of traffic for the Client. The Developer cannot be held responsible for any loss
or damage to the Clients business claimed as a result of server failure and / or downtime. The Clients
understands that any loss or damage to their business is specifically not covered and excluded under the terms of
this agreement.
6.8 This agreement contemplates the possibility of an e-commerce enabled site. If the Client selects an ecommerce
enabled site, the Client is encouraged to buy a secure certificate for online transactions from us. The
Developer can obtain secure certificates for the Client upon request and these will be charged for separately.
6.9 The user will not have access to add new website pages or store on your own, you will need to contact us to do that for you. 
6.10 The Developer are not liable for loss, damage or corruption to files or information stored on our servers or
individual PC’s relating to a Client’s website. The Developer are not responsible for the setting up of a Clients
email or for loss, damage or corruption to files or information stored on our servers or individual PC’s relating to
a Client’s website. The Client is solely responsible for any information or files relating to their website and
email.
6.11 All website files are backed up daily and kept for a period of 30 days. The
Developer is not held responsible for the loss, damage or corruption to files or information saved and stored on
our servers.
6.12 Maintenance packages are supplied on a monthly basis along the contract. These are charged at a package rate (please ask
the Developer for current rates if it exceeds the given quota stated). This service can include simple text editing, link editing/updating and minor
navigational changes where possible including adding content to your blog. Each page or a sector will be taken as one count of amendment.
Maintenance shall also include minor database and backend changes to the Website and all necessary maintenance of the server or server space, as determined by the Developer.
Users will have to provide their own content and no amendment to text will be provided unless required and agreed with The Developer.
6.13 Ad hock – The Developer can update the website for you on an ad hock basis if work is extensive. All ad-hock updates will only be
undertaken with the written agreement of both the Developer and the Client, and will be treated as non-maintenance
work and will be charged at the Developer’s current hourly rate.
7. Domain Name/s that may come with the Rental Package Registration, Ownership, Sale & Email/s
(If you have purchased and already have domain name/s see also 7.6)
7.1 No Domain will be provided by the Developer.
(The Developer will register and maintain a suitable domain name/s and possible variations of the domain
name for the Project Website.
7.2 In circumstances where Domain is provided as a token of goodwill. Any domain names provided will remain the sole property of the
Developer both during the term of this Agreement, upon termination of this Agreement and thereafter. The
Client will not obtain any rights to the domain name or variations over time, nor upon the termination of this
Agreement or thereafter.
7.3 The Developer will retain full ownership of and all rights to any free domain name registered, irrespective of
whether the domain name is the Client’s company name or variation thereof, the name of a Client product, or
any other name in which the Client holds prior intellectual property rights.
7.4 Upon termination of this Agreement (or at any other time) and at the sole discretion of the Developer, the
Developer may offer to sell the domain or any variations thereof to the Client. Solely the Developer shall
determine the sale price of any such domain name.
7.5 The Developer undertakes to offer the domain names to the Client first, before making them available to any
third party. However, the Developer reserves the right to offer and sell the domain names to any third party
should the Client be unable or unwilling to purchase the domain name or names at the price stated by the
Developer.
7.6 For domain name/s already purchased by the Client these will remain the sole property of the Client and will
be kept by the Client where they purchased them. The Client will be responsible for the renewal of the domain
name/s and email/s. If a domain name is purchased by the Client through a company other than the Developer,
the Client has full responsibility in making sure that the domain name is renewed when due. The Developer will
not renew the domain name.
If you wish to use the Developers email services the domain/s will need to be transferred to the Developer and
the Developer will renew them on your behalf and invoice you accordingly for any domain renewals. Any
transferred domains from the Client will remain the sole property of the Client. At the end of the initial rental period providing all bills have
been paid and you own the domains, the Developer will transfer the
domains out if a Client wishes. If the Client has any outstanding bill the domains will become the property of the
Developer until all bills have been paid in full.
7.7 The Developer will provide the Client with the relevant email addresses as stated on rental package, with a present
limit of 5GB per account. The email will be hosted by a third party service and any restrictions or limits will be up to their discretion.
7.8 It remains the Client’s responsibility for any mail lost, irretrievable, or any damage direct or indirect to any
business as a result of a full mailbox.
7.9Where the email is hosted by a third party hosting company all terms and conditions for hosting, including
any service level agreement will mirror (but not exceed) those offered by the email company. The Developer
will communicate such terms to the Client upon request.
7.10 The Developer will not be liable for email errors caused by the email company or downtime experienced
by the email company.
7.11 Where a third party email company is used the company may schedule regular maintenance of the server
or servers and this may affect the email availability. Such maintenance is necessary
for the smooth running of the Email.
7.12 Clients may purchase additional email accounts, increased mailbox space, or have mail forwarded to another
email address from within their account.
7.13 The client agrees that the Developer will not be liable for the failure of delivery of email, or email received.
7.14 As email service will be hosted by a third party hosting company, the Client understands that the Developer is unable
to provide any guarantee against restriction of service by email companies, or reinstatement of services.

8. Website Ownership & Sale
8.1 The Project Website (including both the design and underlying code) and any variations thereof shall remain
the sole property of the Developer both during the term of this Agreement, upon termination of this Agreement
and thereafter. The Client will not obtain any rights to the Project Website over time, nor upon the termination of
this Agreement or thereafter.
8.2 Ownership of the Project Website shall not include any logos, designs or graphics provided by the Client
direct to the Developer for incorporation into the Project Website.
8.3 Upon termination of this Agreement (or at any other time) and at the sole discretion of the Developer, the
Developer may offer to sell the Project Website to the Client or may put the website up for rental with a new
Client. The sale price of the Project Website to be determined solely by the Developer.
8.4 Upon any sale the Client shall grant the Developer an on-going and royalty-free license to reuse or alter for
subsequent reuse the underlying code of the Project Website for subsequent projects undertaken by the
Developer.

9. Delivery of Content & Materials
9.1 The Client undertakes to deliver all the content and materials required for the Project and in the formats
requested to the Developer before commencement of the Project.
9.2 Where this is not possible the Client will deliver such outstanding content and materials to the Developer
within 7 days of the start of the Project as detailed in Schedule 3. This is at the Developers discretion depending
on what is outstanding from the Client.
9.3 The Developer shall expect the Client to carry out sufficient research before proceeding with a rental
website. This will include checking that the website / idea / business will operate legally. It is
important that the website is not in anyway illegal.
9.4 Where images used on the website have been purchased by the Developer on behalf of the Client, these
images are strictly for use on the website only. The Developer is not liable for misuse of these images by the
Client or any other person/s copying, altering or distributing the images to individuals or other organisations.
9.5 All images displayed on the Client’s website will only be used after authorisation by the Client and are the
sole responsibility of the Client regarding usage and copyright. Should any legal issues or claims arise from the
content or copyright of any images supplied by the Client OR the Developer, they will be the sole responsibility
of the Client.
9.6 The Developer has no control of, or responsibility for, the content of our Client’s websites. In no way does
the textual or image based content of our Client’s websites constitute the Developer endorsement, or approval of
the website or the material contained within the website. The Developer has not verified any of the materials,
images or information contained within our Client’s websites and is not responsible for the content or
performance of these sites or for the Client’s transactions with them. The Developer provides links or references
to our Client’s websites solely for the convenience of prospective customers and intends that the links it provides
be current and accurate, the developer do not guarantee or warrant that such links will point to the intended Client site
at all times.
9.7 Limited Liability – Client agrees that any material submitted for publication will not contain anything
leading to an abusive or unethical use of the Web Hosting Service, the Host Server or the Developer. Abusive
and unethical materials and uses include, but are not limited to, pornography, obscenity, nudity, violations of
privacy, computer viruses, harassment, any illegal activity, spamming, advocacy of an illegal activity, and any
infringement of privacy. If this is found to be the case, then the Developer reserves the right to switch off the
Clients website without notice.
9.8 Client hereby agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Developer from any claim resulting from the
Client’s publication of material or use of those materials. It is also understood that the Developer will not
publish information over the Internet, which may be used by another party to harm another. The Developer will
also not develop a pornography website for the Client. The Developer reserves the right to determine what is and
is not classed as pornography.
9.9 Laws Affecting Ecommerce. The Client agrees that it is responsible for complying with the laws, taxes, and
tariffs related to e-commerce, and will hold harmless, protect, and defend the Developer and its subcontractors
from any claim, suit, penalty, tax, or tariff arising from the Client’s use of Internet electronic commerce. Client
also understands that the Developer cannot provide legal advice.
9.10 The Developer will not be responsible for any delays, missed milestones (where specified in the Project) or
additional expenses incurred due to the late delivery or non-delivery of content and materials by the Client
where required by the Developer for the Project.
9.11 The Developer and its subcontractors retain the right to display graphics and other website design elements
as examples of their work in their respective portfolios.
9.12 The Developer will not guarantee the result on mobile devices as mobile devices run on different operating software, versions
screen size and systems. Likewise, The Developer cannot guarantee the result on different desktop or laptop web browsers to
be consistent or fully compatible.

 

10. Notice
10.1 Any notice given by either of the parties under this Agreement shall be served on the other party and
addressed to that party’s signatory by email to the receiving party as set out in this clause 10:
The Developer: Piantagioni Pte Ltd
Email: info@piantagioni.co

The name and email of the Client will be as what it is stated during the subscription as stated during the order.

11. Confidentiality
11.1 Both parties shall keep confidential the specific terms of this Agreement and Project and not disclose them
save to such employees or contractors as need to know the relevant information for the purposes of performing
the Project detailed in this Agreement. The parties agree that all information marked “Confidential”, or where
not marked it is reasonable to judge such information as confidential, shall not be disclosed at any time during
the Project or for a minimum period of 2 years after the completion of the Project, except where such disclosure
is required by law or by order of a court in the jurisdiction of Singapore. The parties further agree that all
information marked as a “Trade Secret” and reasonably judged to constitute a trade secret shall not be disclosed
at any time during or after the expiry of this Agreement, except where such disclosure is required by law or by
order of a court in the jurisdiction of Singapore. Confidential information and Trade Secrets shall consist of, but
not necessarily be limited to: technical, commercial, financial, operational, marketing or promotional
information or data.

12. Credits and Publicity
12.1 The Project Website pages will include a link to the Developer’s homepage by way of a text hyperlink in
the form, ” Developed by: Piatagioni Pte Ltd”. Such link to appear at the
foot or the associated footer section of the Project Website pages.
12.2 Subject to clause 11 above the Client shall be able to refer to their working relationship with the Developer
for press and publicity purposes after receiving the written approval of the Developer regarding the content of
any such material.
12.3 Subject to clause 11 above the Developer shall be able to refer to their working relationship with the Client
for press and publicity purposes after receiving the written approval of the Client regarding the content of any
such material.
12.4 The Developer has the right to use a rental website as an example of their work, in publications and articles,
for use on Social Media, in a portfolio as an example.

13. Intellectual Property Rights
13.1 The Client undertakes to secure all copyright and any other appropriate licences, clearance or consents
where required for the content and materials to be incorporated into the Project Website by the Developer.
13.2 The Client grants to the Developer for the term of this Agreement and Project a non-exclusive, revocable,
royalty-free licence to use its name, logos, trade marks or devices (“Intellectual Property”) for the purposes of
creating the Project Website.
13.3 The Developer retains all rights to the design and underlying code used to create the Project Website. Such
rights will be retained after the termination of this Agreement, subject to any sale as detailed in clause 8 of this
Agreement.
13.4 The Client shall not copy or copy and subsequently alter the coding of the Project Website or any other
coding carried out as part of the Project with a view to creating a separate Website without the prior written
consent of the Developer or subject to any sale as detailed in clause 8 of this Agreement.
13.5 Neither party shall make any claim to the other party’s content, materials or services during or after the
expiry of this Agreement.
13.6 Neither party shall make any claim to the other party’s trademarks or register or cause to be registered or
apply for a materially similar trademark or imitation of a trademark during or after the expiry of this Agreement.
13.7 Neither party shall register or cause to be registered any company name materially similar to that of the
other party.

14. Warranties
14.1 The Client confirms that to the best of their knowledge and belief that the content and materials supplied by
the Client for the purposes of the Project are not blasphemous, defamatory or obscene and do not breach any
applicable law or regulation.

15. Indemnities and Limitation of Liability
15.1 Neither party shall be liable to the other under this Agreement in contract, tort, or otherwise (including
negligence), pre-contract or other representations (other than fraudulent or negligent misrepresentations) or
otherwise for any loss of business, contracts, profits or anticipated savings or for any indirect or consequential or
loss whatsoever.
15.2 The Client agrees to indemnify the Developer against any claims, damages, losses, costs and expenses
which the Developer may sustain or incur in relation to any content and materials which the Client provides,
such indemnity applying in respect of any claims for any breach of applicable law or regulation or any
infringement of any intellectual property rights.
15.3 The Client acknowledges that it is for the Client to ensure that the resulting Project Website does not
infringe the laws of any jurisdiction within which it is actively promoted.
15.4 The Developer agrees to indemnify the Client against any claims, damages, losses, costs and expenses
which the Client may sustain or incur in relation to breaches of clauses 11 and 13 of this Agreement committed
by the Developer.
15.5 Nothing in this Agreement shall exclude or limit liability for death or personal injury resulting from the
negligence of either party or their servants, agents or employees.
15.6 The Developer does not add Flash to rental website and does not recommend its implementation. The Developer is not
not responsible for any Flash elements you add to the website. Flash can effect your search engine optimization
and does not work on all browsers of mobile devices.
15.7 If the Client or an agent of the Client other than the Developer attempts to update the website and damages
the design or impairs the ability for the web pages to display or function properly, time to repair the web pages
will be assessed on our current hourly rate hourly rate. There is a one-hour minimum charge.
15.8 The Developer provides one keyword or phrase optimisation for the search engine. Additions will be as charged.
The developer does not provide any guarantee of specific placement or high ranking on search engines.
15.9 The Developer use open source software. Open source software is not owned by the Client or us. However many
adaptions may remain the property of the Developer. It is the Client’s responsibility to check with the Developer prior to
commencement of work concerning open source software.
15.10 The Developer cannot be held responsible for anything adversely affecting the Client’s business operation, sales, or
profitability that they might claim is a result of a service offered by the Developer.
15.11 Clients are prohibited from using external ‘buy links’ for the rental website. This is against most search
engine terms and conditions, and will result in the immediate termination of the rental website – without notice.

16. Termination
16.1 Either party may terminate this Agreement immediately in the event that:
16.1.1 Either party commits a serious, grave or material breach or persistent breaches of this Agreement
including non-performance, default or neglect of its duties, responsibilities and obligations under this
Agreement, and
16.1.2 Such breach remains unremedied for a period of 30 days from written notice given by the other party
specifying the breach and requiring its remedy.
16.2 Furthermore this Agreement may be terminated in the event that:
(a) Either party is unable to pay or has no reasonable prospects of paying their debts the amount or aggregate
amount of which equals or exceeds the bankruptcy level within the meaning of the Insolvency Act 1986, or
(b) Being a company becomes subject to an administration order or goes into liquidation, (other than for the
purpose of amalgamation or reconstruction), or
(c) Has a receiver appointed to administer any of its property or assets, or
(d) Ceases or threatens to cease to carry on business, or
(e) Makes any voluntary agreement or enters into a compromise for the benefit of its creditors, or
(f) Fails to make any payment in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
16.3 Subject to any sale as detailed in clause 8 of this Agreement, on the termination of this Agreement the
Developer will retain all intellectual property rights to the Project Website, including (but not limited to) the
Website design, underlying coding and any domain names.
16.4 Any termination of this Agreement shall be without prejudice to any rights accrued in favour of either party
in respect of any breach committed prior to the date of (or giving rise to) such termination and to those
provisions of this Agreement which are by their construction intended to survive such termination (including,
without limitation, clauses 11, 13 and this clause 16).
16.5 Termination by the client will not result in any compensation, in monetary or any term.
The client agrees that all deposits and payment made will be forfeit..
16.5 The developer reserves full right of termination if the content submitted are deem abusive
and unethical materials and uses include, but are not limited to, pornography, obscenity, nudity, violations of
privacy, computer viruses, harassment, any illegal activity, spamming, advocacy of an illegal activity, and any
infringement of privacy. If this is found to be the case, then the Developer reserves the right to switch off the
Clients website without notice.

17. Assignment
17.1 Neither party may assign or otherwise transfer this Agreement or any rights, duties and obligations
hereunder without the prior consent in writing of the other party.

18. Force Majeure
18.1 Neither party shall be liable for delay or failure to perform any obligation under this Agreement if the delay
or failure is caused by any circumstances beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to acts of god,
war, civil disorder or industrial dispute. If such delay or failure continues for a period of at least 30 days, the
party not subject to the force majeure shall be entitled to terminate this Agreement by notice in writing to the
other.

19. Joint Venture or Partnership
19.1 Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as creating a partnership, joint venture or an agency
relationship between the parties and neither party shall have the authority or power to bind the other party or to
contract in the name of or create a liability against the other party.

20. Non-Solicitation
20.1 The Client undertakes during the period of this Agreement (and subsequent renewals of this Agreement)
and for a period of six months after its termination not to directly or indirectly solicit or induce any of the
Developer’s employees to leave the employment of the Developer whether to work on a freelance or
consultancy basis or to be directly employed by the Client.

21. General
21.1 Failure by either party to enforce any accrued rights under this Agreement is not to be taken as or deemed
to be a waiver of those rights unless the waiving party acknowledges the waiver in writing.
21.2 It is hereby declared that the foregoing paragraphs, sub-paragraphs and clauses of this Agreement shall be
read and construed independently of each other. Should any part of this Agreement or its paragraphs, sub-paragraphs
or clauses be found invalid it shall not affect the remaining paragraphs, sub-paragraphs and clauses.
21.3 No addition to or modification of any clause in this Agreement shall be binding on the parties unless made
by a written instrument and signed by the signatories to this Agreement or their duly authorised representatives.
21.4 This Agreement sets out the entire agreement and understanding of the parties and is in substitution of any
previous written or oral agreements between the parties.

22. Electronic Signatures
22.1 The developer may use electronic signature software called Adobe® EchoSign® to get forms, contracts and other
paperwork signed within the business. This is in place to create faster turnaround times for both the Client and
the Developer.
22.2 Electronic signatures are secure and legally enforceable.

23. Jurisdiction
23.1 This Agreement shall be interpreted construed and enforced in accordance with Singapore law and shall be
subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Singapore Courts.

24. Add ons
24.1 Add ons are one-time payment services and should not be governed by the schedules listed in the agreement.
24.2 Add ons are non-refundable and its use is governed by the clauses in the agreement.
24.3 Content included by the user through the use of add on should strictly adhere to clause 9. Failure to comply can result in termination of service with immediate effect.

Schedule One
Project Specification:
1. The client had browsed the “demo sites” and understands the structure and limitation of the different templates.
2. The client agrees to subscribe to the preferred template to be bound by the agreement by making an order and payment.
In the event, the client wishes to change the template,  it cannot be done if the project has started development. If the developer
has not started, the template can be changed without charge.

3. The client agrees to provide the content to the developer for development of the Project Website.
The content includes but not limited to text, images, video, addresses, email, web addresses, social media accounts.
All content should comply with clause 9.
4. The developer reserves the right to more content and details and verification of content.

Below is a specification list that will be applied to the website.

  • Connection of domain to host
  • Installation of content management service
  • Front page creation
  • 5 additional simple pages for text or photos. General page with less than 5 images each. Users are encouraged to include a page of “Privacy policy”, “Disclaimer” or “Terms and condition” page. Each page should not be of the same design or length as the front page.
  • Social media buttons (if required)
  • Web space of 5GB.
    • For storage of photos and content for development of the Project Website.
    • It cannot be used as a file server.
  • Mobile responsive site
  • Header and footer creation
  • Sectorisation of page
  • Social media integration (where applicable)
  • Security add on
  • Sitemap (if required)
  • Basic photo editing (if required)
  • Basic text amendments (if necessary)
  • Color matching and simple amendment to design
  • Menu
  • Video integration (if applicable)
  • Contact us form
  • Registering address and contact information
  • Creation of banners (if necessary)
  • Aesthetic amendments (if applicable)

Schedule Two
The developer develops and publishes the draft copy of the website base on Schedule One.

If there are no more amendments required, the following will be completed

  • Website submission to Google
  • Connection to Cloud Delivery Network for accelerated browsing
  • Compression of images for accelerated transfer of data, faster services.
  • SSL registrations
  • Test and debugging
  • Search Engine Optimisation for one keyword or phrase
  • Google analytics (if applicable)
  • Privacy & Cookies Policy page.
  • Email addresses x 5 (10GB per account)
  • Connecting contact us form to email services

Schedule Three
The developer will finalise the site and the client will be provided with the following as stated in the contact.

  • Bandwidth of 25k visits per month
  • Daily backups for 30 days
  • 20 minor revisions per month.
    •  Each page or sector change will be considered as one count.