19.9 Confidentiality: a party (the « Receiving Party ») will disclose any technical or commercial know-how, specifications, inventions, processes or initiatives that are confidential and that have been disclosed to the Receiving Party by the other Party (the « Disclosing Party »), its employees, representatives or subcontractors, as well as any other confidential information about the Party`s business or its products or services, which the receiving party may receive, remains strictly confidential. The receiving party will limit the disclosure of such confidential information to its employees, representatives or subcontractors who need it to fulfill the obligations of the party receiving this agreement and will ensure that such employees, representatives or subcontractors are subject to confidentiality obligations equivalent to those binding on the receiving party. This clause also applies after termination and the parties agree that damages would not be an appropriate remedy in the event of a breach of clause 19.9 by either party. 21.3 The Buyer agrees that the Seller may subcontract all processing operations carried out on behalf of the Buyer under this Contract. Where the seller entrusts another processor with the conduct of certain processing activities on behalf of the buyer, the seller shall ensure that that subcontractor has entered into a written agreement that imposes the same data protection obligations as those set out in that clause. If the processor does not comply with its data protection obligations, the seller remains fully responsible to the buyer for the performance of the obligations of this other subcontractor. 14.1.3 perform appropriate due diligence in its supply chain to support the Buyer`s obligations under the law. (b) the recruitment, accommodation, promotion, supply or obtaining of a person for the purpose of work or service through the use of force, fraud or coercion for the purpose of involuntary servitude, servitude or slavery. 9.1 Sperry Marine warrants that all products manufactured by Sperry Marine, its subsidiaries or affiliates and sold by Sperry Marine at the time of delivery to buyer are free from material errors and processing under normal use and service, if (a) they are installed in accordance with Sperry Marine`s applicable installation design; and (b) facility (SOI) or commissioning supervision is provided by a Licensed Naval Service Engineer (« MSE ») employed by either Sperry Marine or one of its authorized partners. No warranty is valid if a defective product has been repaired or treated in any way without the prior written consent of Sperry Marine. 9.2 Unless otherwise stated, Sperry Marine`s warranty obligation for all products sold as new is limited to the defects referred to in point 9.1, through Sperry Marine within twelve (12) months from the date on which a representative authorised by Sperry Marine and a representative of the buyer have signed a complete commissioning report (the date of installation), or shipped twenty-four (24) months later. of Sperry Marine, depending on the expiration date first (« Initial Warranty Period »).

9.3 The warranty for obsolete products or products that are not sold as new under Sperry Marine`s Spares Exchange (« SPEX ») is valid for a period of three (3) months from the date of installation or six (6) months after the date of shipment of Sperry Marine, whichever expires first. 9.4 The warranty period for service work is as follows: (a) where the service work is performed as part of the delivery of new products in accordance with subsection 9.2, the warranty period set out in subsection 9.2; or (b) where the service work is carried out in connection with the supply of obsolete products or SPEX, in accordance with subsection 9.3, the warranty period set out in subsection 9.3; or (c) in all other cases one (1) month from the date of performance and completion of the service work. . . .