To borrow a laptop from Wollondilly Anglican College (WAC), students will need to fill out a loan device agreement. During the loan period, the student will use the laptop only for school purposes. Parents and caregivers must sign the agreement to give the device to the student. This loan agreement specifies the conditions under which the student can take the laptop home. For this reason, it’s important to understand the terms of the agreement.
The terms of this Loan Agreement will supersede any prior negotiations or oral representations regarding the Loan Device. All such previous discussions and oral representations will be merged into this document, and any other written instrument will no longer be binding on either party. Unless specifically noted otherwise, all references to this document will bind both parties. However, the loan device agreement must remain in place even if the original document is revoked or amended.
If any provision of the Loan Agreement is found to be invalid, unenforceable, or otherwise unenforceable, the remaining provisions will still apply. The provisions of this document will govern all subsequent agreements, excluding the First Loan Contract. If the terms of the Loan Agreement are breached, the College will terminate the loan device and the agreement. As long as the breach is not deemed serious, the remaining provisions of this document will apply. Once the agreement is revoked or terminated, the parties will continue to abide by the other terms of this document.
If a provision of this Loan Agreement is void or unenforceable, the rest of the Agreement will remain in effect. This document includes all agreements that are made in connection with the Loan. There is no need to negotiate a separate document between the parties. If a loan device is canceled, the parties will resolve the issue by withdrawing the loan. They will also work out a compensation plan for the loaned device if they are in default.
This loan device agreement is an agreement between the Borrower and the Lender. It covers the lending and borrowing of a laptop. The loan device agreement will protect the borrower’s interests in case of loss or damage to the borrowed laptop. The Lender will not be responsible for the failure of the manufacturer to provide the item. The College will ensure the loan agreement complies with the WAC ICT guidelines. Once the borrower fails to comply with these terms, the Loan Agreement will terminate.
A loan device agreement will be legally binding if the borrower fails to pay the agreed loan amount. In the event of breach, the Lender has the right to withdraw the loan device. The Borrower is responsible for paying all loan fees and is responsible for disposing of the device. It may also be subject to other legal agreements. If a loan device has been taken back, the Lender may be held liable for damages.