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means the Bribery Act 2010[ and associated guidance published by the Secretary of State for Justice under the Bribery Act 2010][ and all other applicable United Kingdom laws, legislation, statutory instruments and regulations in relation to bribery or corruption][ and any similar or equivalent laws in any other relevant jurisdiction[ including [specify]]];
For the purposes of this clause 1 the expressions ‘adequate procedures’ and ‘associated with’ shall be construed in accordance with the Bribery Act 2010 and guidance published under it.
The Supplier shall ensure that it and each person referred to in clauses 1.2.1 to 1.2.3 (inclusive) does not, by any act or omission, place the Customer in breach of any Bribery Laws. The Supplier shall comply with all applicable Bribery Laws[ in connection with the performance of the [insert defined services] and this Agreement], ensure that it has in place adequate procedures to prevent any breach of this clause 1 and ensure that:
all of the Supplier’s personnel and all direct and indirect subcontractors[, suppliers, agents and other intermediaries] of the Supplier;
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