Payment Terms and Conditions Cambrionix Ltd.
“Goods” means any goods and/or services provided by the Company as ordered by the Client
“ Company” means Cambrionix Ltd.
“ Client” means the person, firm or company placing an order with the Company.
These terms and conditions apply to any provision of services or materials by the Company to the Client.
3) FORMATION OF CONTRACT
All Goods sold by the Company are sold subject to the Company’s standard terms and conditions (as detailed below) which form part of the Client’s contract with the Company. Terms and conditions on the Client’s order form or other similar document shall not be binding on the Company.
The prices, quantities and delivery time stated in any quotation are not binding on the Company. They are commercial estimates only which the Company will make reasonable efforts to achieve.
Orders will be deemed to have been placed when an email confirmation or similar documentation has been received from a responsible executive of the client company.
6) RIGHT TO SUB CONTRACT
Unless otherwise agreed the Company shall be entitled to sub-contract all or any part of the work.
The Company will use its best endeavours to supply the Goods within the quoted time but will not be liable for timetable not being met.
8 ) COPYRIGHT
The Client acknowledges that the rights to the Goods are owned by the Company and that the Goods are protected by United Kingdom copyright laws, international treaty provisions and all other applicable national or international laws.
9) RISK OF LOSS
The risk of loss or damage to the Goods shall pass to the Client upon delivery of the Goods.
10.1 Payment for goods may be required when ordering in full or up front.
10.2 Invoices issued by the Company shall be paid by the Client within thirty (30) days of the date of invoice unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Company. In the event of late payment, the Company may charge interest on the amount outstanding before and after judgement at the rate of five (5) percent above the Bank of England Base Rate in force from the due date until the date of payment. In addition, invoices unpaid for more than 60 days after the invoice date will incur a surcharge of either £30 or 5% of the outstanding amount, whichever sum is greater.
10.3 If any amount of an invoice is disputed then the Client shall inform the Company of the grounds for such dispute within seven days of delivery of the goods and shall pay to the Company the value of the invoice less the disputed amount in accordance with these payment terms. Once settlement of the dispute has been agreed, any sum then outstanding shall also be payable in accordance with these payment terms.
10.4 The Company reserves the right to increase a quoted fee in the event that the client requests a variation to the work agreed.
Any order – once confirmed by the Company – is not cancellable. Cancellation of the Order by the Client will only be accepted on condition that any costs, charges and expenses already incurred, including any charges that will be levied by a sub-contractor on account of their expenses, work or cancellation conditions will be reimbursed to the Company forthwith.
The majority of goods are supplied by the company are despatched via courier and shall be deemed as having been delivered when the delivery has been signed for by the client.
. The Company will be entitled to charge the Client for any expenses of delivery other than normal postage charges.
All written notices to be served on or given to the client shall be sent or delivered to the client’s principal place of business and shall be treated as having been given upon receipt.
14) LOSS OR DAMAGE TO SUPPLIES
The Company will take all reasonable steps to ensure the protection from loss, damage or destruction of the goods it supplies to the Client.