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Modern Slavery Policy
means the Customer's anti-slavery and human trafficking policy as set out in Schedule [insert] as updated by the Customer and notified to the Supplier from time to time;
The Supplier undertakes, warrants and represents that:
neither the Supplier nor any of its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors has:
committed an offence under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (a MSA Offence); or
been notified that it is subject to an investigation relating to an alleged MSA Offence or prosecution under the Modern Slavery Act 2015; or
become aware of any circumstances within its supply chain that could give rise to an investigation relating to an alleged MSA Offence or prosecution under the Modern Slavery Act 2015;
it shall comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the Modern Slavery Policy
[its responses to the Customer's modern slavery and human trafficking due diligence questionnaire are complete and accurate; and]
it shall notify the Customer immediately in writing if it becomes aware or has reason to believe that it, or any of its officers, employees, agents or subcontractors have breached or potentially breached any of the Supplier’s obligations under Clause 2. Any notice under this Clause 2.1.4 shall set out full details of the circumstances concerning the breach or potential breach of the Supplier’s obligations.
[Any breach of Clause 2
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