I. Generalities (1) These terms and conditions of sale and delivery (the “Conditions” or this “contract”) automatically apply to any contract to purchase Tronox`s equipment (the “seller”). There is no agreed addition, amendment, renewal or abrogation of this contract that engages the parties unless they are signed in writing or on behalf of the parties. Any change to these conditions is only valid if it is abbreviated in writing and signed by both parties. The provisions of these conditions therefore prevail over all other terms of sale between the parties. (2) “parties” collectively refers to the buyer and seller, and “party” refers to one of them, depending on the context. The seller term used in this contract includes all companies in which the seller has a direct or indirect stake of 50 per cent (50%) I didn`t do it. or more. (3) “Special Conditions,” the content of the cover page of this agreement, which contains the details and/or amendments to the agreement, as agreed between the parties. As a result, the content of the special conditions replaces the terms and conditions contained in them.

4. This contract, which is read under the specific terms, is the only protocol of the agreement reached between the parties with respect to the purpose of this agreement. None of the parties is bound by an express, tacit or tacit clause, insurance, guarantee, commitment, or other, which is not registered there. This contract replaces and replaces all previous obligations, commitments or commitments, written or written, between the parties with respect to the purpose of this treaty. 5. If the seller agrees in writing to a supplement or change in the terms and conditions, the other conditions remain unchanged and the buyer is not entitled to deduct the rights of such a supplement or modification in a subsequent contract or other legal relationship. (6) The titles contained in these conditions are included for reasons of mere reference and have no influence on their design or interpretation. 7. Any electronic communication between the seller and the buyer is considered a “letter” and/or “written.

The electronic communications system used by the seller is the only proof of the content, date of delivery and receipt of these electronic communications. 8. Any reference to the day, month or year must be interpreted as a Gregorian day, month or year. 12. Applicable law, Interpretation of terms of exchange (1) The rights and obligations of the parties arising from or related to the contract and these conditions are governed by South African law or Western Australian law, the applicable law being the law of the place of registration of the seller of the material. It does not apply to uniform laws on the international sale of personal property, nor to the conclusion of international sales contracts for personal property, both dating from 17 July 1973, or to the United Nations Convention on the Sale of Equipment of 11 April 1980. (2) Trade conditions are interpreted in accordance with the most recent version of the Incoterm, as published by the International Chamber of Commerce and established by the seller in the order. 3. The seller must pay customs duties and import duties in accordance with the agreed provisions incotermsĀ®2020. All other costs, taxes and costs related to the contract in the destination country are also the responsibility of the buyer. The seller reserves at any time the right to own multiprocessor pallets used for the delivery of the goods and the purchase establishes the seller for the full price of new pallets for all multi-lists that will not be returned or exchanged to the Seller within 30 days of the delivery of the goods in good order and in good condition.