Omega Inc A Us Based Firm Entered Into An Agreement
Wound Care Innovations, LLC («manufacturer») and Academy Medical, LLC («Distributor») entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with the manufacturer on June 26, 2013. and this agreement will be concluded on May 30, 2013 (the «effective date») of and between PolyBrite International, Inc., a duly organized and existing company in accordance with Illinois State laws and with its head office in 1751 W. Diehl Road, Naperville, Illinois 60563 («manufacturer»), and LED Lighting Company, a duly organized and existing company under the laws of the State of Delaware , with its head office at 4000 Bridgeway , Suite 400, Sausalito, California 94965 («Distributor»). Record at 1026. Exhibit A of the defendant, No. 105.16. Neither party argues that additional explosions were covered by the contract or ordered as additional work.  Therefore, any right to additional compensation must be subject to the parameters of Section 105.16. This section is clear and unambiguous.
In the absence of the required written notification, the contractor is not rese. If the contractual terms are clear and clear on the surface of the document, these conditions are consistent as to the importance of the contract and that jurisdiction will apply the provisions of the treaty in the clear language of the document. Ramsey Owners, (1984) App., 458 N.E.2d 682, 685. Omega does not dispute that it did not inform the engineer in writing in accordance with the express provisions of Section 105.16. Accordingly, the holder is prohibited from asserting a right to additional compensation unless it proves that the state has waived compliance with Section 105.16. Omega did not succeed. In the absence of a waiver, the parties must be bound by the terms of the contract. See Van Bibber v. Norris, (1981) Ind., 419 N.E.2d 115, 121 (Law will enforce contractual agreements in accordance with its terms).
 Since no evidence could reasonably be inferred that the state had waived compliance with the provisions of Section 105.16, we must conclude that the judgment on the evidence should have been rendered in law. This omission was a reversible error. As a result, we go back to the court`s decision. THIS EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR ACCORD (the «agreement») will be concluded from June 6, 2014 («Date of effect»), between RecyClean Consulting Services, Inc., a Pennsylvania company with its primary address is 9195 North Uinta Circle, Kamas, UT, 84036 («RCS») and Armada Water Assets, Inc., a Nevada company whose primary address is 2425 Fountain View Drive, Suite 300, Houston, Texas, 77057 («Distributor»). Omega Painting, Incorporated (Omega) has entered into a contract with the state for sanding and painting of several bridge beaches in southern Indiana. The contract invited Omega to blow up a commercial finish number six within forty (40) working days, and then seal and paint the forks.