10.1. GO-POPUP is not part of the relationship between the owner and the UTILISATEUR and does not participate in the conclusion or execution of the transfer agreement. Therefore, any claim, cancellation or refund related to the transaction must be managed in accordance with the agreement between the owner and the UTILISATEUR. The Great Lakes binational toxicity strategy, signed in 1997 by the United States and Canada, was an agreement to reduce several persistent toxic pollutants, including some POPs, in the Great Lakes Basin over a 10-year period. The strategy provided governments and stakeholders with a guide to the virtual elimination of 12 identified substances through effective and effective pollution prevention and other incentives. Over the 10-year period, the two governments, in close cooperation with government, provincial, tribal and local governments, as well as stakeholders in industry, science, the environment and local communities, have made considerable progress in achieving this goal of eliminating persistent toxic substances such as mercury, PCBs and dioxin. , discharges to the Great Lakes environment. The two governments agreed to extend the agreement to cooperate to identify new challenges arising from the emerging concern, such as flame retardants. This transitional agreement and the revised POP agreement replace all previous written or written agreements that respect the specific issues between the parties mentioned in this agreement or agreement and define the whole agreement between the parties with respect to the specific purpose of that agreement and this agreement. h. Confirmation: As soon as the agreement is confirmed and payment has been made, GO-POPUP will notify both parties at any time, at the same time as the documents prescribed by law. With PoP, it`s a different matter. The equipment on which the OEM manufactures or assembles the final product in the OEM plant is supplied by the equipment manufacturer, but remains in the possession of the equipment manufacturer.
But it is always the OEM employees who assemble the products on the devices and facilities. The external equipment manufacturer then receives a fixed price for each item of product mounted or manufactured on its devices.