Inline Courier Systems - Australia
  1. In these Conditions:
    “Carrier” means the registered proprietor of the business name Inline Couriers, its servants and agents and “Sub-contractor” means any other person, firm or company, its servants or agents, with whom the Carrier may arrange for the carriage of any goods subject to this contract.
  2. The Carrier is Not a Common Carrier and will accept no liability as such. The Carrier, at its discretion, reserves the right to refuse the carriage or transport of articles for any person, firm or company, or the carriage or transport of any class of goods.
  3. With the Sender’s authority which is hereby given, the Carrier may arrange with a Sub-contractor for the carriage of any goods which sub-contractors shall be entitled the benefit of these terms and conditions as though it was the Carrier.
  4. The Carrier is hereby entitled to determine the mode of transportation, method of handling and storage of any goods subject to this contract.
  5. The Sender warrants with the Carrier that he is authorised to enter into this agreement and consign the goods the subject hereof, and hereby indemnifies the Carrier and any Sub-contractor against any claim by a person, firm or company who is entitled to the goods.
  6. The Sender hereby covenants with the Carrier, that he shall not consign any explosive, inflammable, hazardous chemicals, or otherwise damaging or dangerous goods without the prior specific consent of the Carrier, and in the event that the transportation, handling or storage of any goods are governed by any law act of parliament, ordinance, or rule or regulation shall be solely responsible for the compliance thereof.
  7. The Sender agrees that the person delivering any goods to the Carrier is his duly authorised agent.
  8. Save the specific instructions by the Sender that the receipt of any goods must be signed for, the Carrier shall be deemed to have delivered the goods if the address given by the Sender as a place of delivery, is attended by any person who represents to be authorised to receive the goods, acknowledges receipt of the same or if such address is unattended, by leaving the goods at the address. The Sender shall not request the Carrier to deliver goods C.O.D.
  9. The Carrier shall be entitled to its charges upon the loading and dispatching of the goods. Storage and excess handling (including unloading) of the goods shall be deemed to be a separate charge of the Carrier.
  10. The Sender hereby grants to the Carrier a general lien upon all goods dispatched by it for the payments of all monies owed to the Carrier. Where any goods are in possession of the Carrier of a Sender who owes monies to the Carrier for a period in excess 3 months, the Carrier, after giving the Sender 14 days notice in writing to the last known address of the Sender may, at its option, destroy the goods or sell them through an auctioneer in which event it shall apply the proceeds to first, the cost of the sale, the cost of storage and handling, and thereafter to all charges owed by the Sender to the Carrier, and if there is any sum still remaining, then by cheque to the Sender, and if such cheque is not cashed within 6 months of being sent to any public charity which shall be deemed account for such monies.
  11. Save the wilful neglect or default by the Carrier and any implied warranty by act of parliament (Federal or State), the Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage whether consequential or foreseeable or otherwise to the goods for whatever reason, or for any delay in the delivery of the goods.
  12. These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of the state of Victoria.