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IN THESE CONDITIONS OF SALE “THE COMPANY” SHALL MEAN SIPS ECO PANEL SYSTEMS LIMITED,
(TA SIPs Eco Panels) 5 Boston Road, Viewfield Industrial Estate, Glenrothes, Fife, KY6 2RE
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1 AMENDMENT AND TERMINATION OF CONTRACT
1.1 Once the purchaser has entered into a contract with the Company the purchaser will have no right to amend or cancel such contract. Any amendment or cancellation may only be accepted by the Company in writing at its sole discretion. If a contract is not so amended or cancelled and the goods are delivered in pursuance of such contract and the purchaser refuses to accept or delays in accepting the goods the Company shall be entitled to make a reasonable charge
for indirect and consequential loss.
1.2 In the event of the contract being amended at any time in accordance with Paragraph 1.1 the purchaser shall be liable for any costs already incurred in manufacturing and administration costs.
1.3 In the event of the contract being cancelled at any time in accordance with Paragraph 1.1 the purchaser shall be liable for the Company’s loss of profit and costs which for the purpose of all contracts will be fixed at 40% of the total contract sum immaterial of whether these costs are higher or lower than the 40% figure
1.4 Structural Calculations for a client’s structure are the responsibility of the client.
1.5 The Company’s panels are sold with full CATG Accreditation for panels only.
1.6 The Company shall have the right to terminate the contract in writing to the purchaser on the occurrence of any of the following events: –
1.6.1 The purchaser failing to meet his obligations under the contract in respect of monies due or any other obligation under the contract;
1.6.2 The purchaser’s bankruptcy, insolvency or making any composition or arrangement with his creditors;
1.6.3 If the purchaser is a limited company, the appointment of a receiver or administrative receiver over its assets or the making of an administration order in respect of the purchaser.
2.1 The Company will make every effort to meet pre-arranged dates but any such dates have to be specifically agreed in writing.
2.2 In the event of the goods being delivered by the Company the purchaser is to ensure that there is a suitable hard access to the site from the adequately surfaced road with provision for a 40ft trailer to turn without risk of damage. The purchaser will be liable to the Company for any loss or damage sustained by the Company or its contractors or agents arising from any failure in the foregoing requirement.
2.3 Pre-arranged delivery dates cannot be altered less than 7 days prior to such pre-arranged dates unless expressly agreed by the Company in writing. The Company reserves the right to charge for transport, storage and other consequential costs arising from such alteration.
3 WARRANTIES AND LIABILITY
3.1 The Company will replace any goods short or damaged on delivery provided a claim is made in writing within 24 hours of delivery and notified to the Company or its agent at the time of delivery.
3.2 All goods shall be at the purchaser’s risk from the time of delivery by or on behalf of the Company or from the time of collection of the goods from the premises of the Company or its suppliers by the purchaser or his agents.
3.3 Should any of the goods supplied or manufactured by the Company prove defective through faulty materials or workmanship within a period of 12 months following the date of delivery the Company will, free of charge, replace or, at its option, repair such defective goods subject to the purchaser notifying the Company in writing of such defect(s) forthwith upon becoming aware of the defect(s) and allowing the Company suitable access to the goods when required to carry out the necessary repairs or replacements. The Company’s liability is limited to the replacement or repair of faulty goods only and the Company shall not be liable for any indirect or consequential loss.
3.4 The Company will only be liable for defects if the goods supplied have been used in accordance with specifications provided by the Company
3.5 The goods shall remain the property of the Company until such time as full payment has been made by the purchaser of all sums due. Clients must still cover all goods delivered to site as per item 3.2 above
4.1 The Company may vary or modify the specification to substitute materials of a similar quality to those specified if such materials are unavailable for any reason beyond the control of the Company.
4.2 The Company’s obligation under the contract is to provide the goods specified within the contract and under no circumstances will the Company be liable for any failure or default of any sub-contractor employed by the purchaser which may in any way be connected with the contract.
4.3 Any dispute arising between the Company and the purchaser, which cannot be mutually resolved, shall be referred to arbitration by a single arbitrator appointed by agreement or (in default) nominated on the application of either party by the President for the time being of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. The arbitrator shall have the power to assess and award damages and to apportion the costs of arbitration between the parties, and his decision shall be final and binding.
4.4 The Contract shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales.
4.5 The signing of the Company’s Order Form confirms all clients have read the Company’s Terms and Conditions (T&C’s) and accepts the terms in full. Only amendments to the T&C’s issued by the Company in writing prior to placing of an order will be accepted by the Company and all other T&C’s will still apply throughout the contract.
4.6 Any goods or services supplied by the Company are strictly in accordance with the Company’s Terms and Conditions.
4.7 The Company reserves the right to substitute for any of the materials or components referred to in this quotation any other materials of a similar type, standard and value, whether due to unavailability, improvement or any other reason.
1.1 The Company will endeavour to deliver all goods at the times specified. The Company will accept no additional costs for any late deliveries beyond our control causing any consequential delays or cost.
1.2 All items once delivered to site by the Company or any other supplier becomes the responsibility of the client. You must therefore ensure that you have an adequate secure container on site and appropriate site insurance cover.
PAYMENT TERMS for Panels Only
2.1 Payment for Panels Only can be made via Credit / Debit Card, Cheque or through a bank transfer to the account below
2.2 No goods will be released until cleared funds have been received by the Company
2.3 Specific payment terms for very large orders of panels will be agreed in writing prior to the manufacture or fabrication of panels
BANK DETAILS FOR INTERNET PAYMENTS
SORT CODE: 82-68-31
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 70 01 69 88
REF: (insert your customer order reference number shown on order form / quotation)
AMOUNT / VALUE: £ (as per contract)