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Terms and Conditions CCM Conceptual Carpets Ltd

Terms and Conditions

  1. PRICE: Goods will be charged at the price ruling at the date of invoice, but orders which are accepted by us at the time they are placed as special or bona fide contract orders at fixed prices will not be subject to any subsequent rise or fall.
  2. DUTY / VALUE ADDED TAX: Prices quoted are exclusive of VAT or any local taxes.
  3. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Payment is due as agreed.
  4. INTEREST: Interest will be charged at the rate of 2.5% per month from the date on accounts that remain unpaid 30 days after that date.
  5. CANCELLATION: Cancellation of orders cannot be accepted if materials have been woven to customers specification. Cancellation of orders from stock ranges cannot be accepted if the order has been cut to size and/or despatched.
  6. DELIVERY: Any times quoted for the manufacture or delivery of good are intended to be estimates only and shall not involve any contractual obligations on the company's part. The company shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for failure or delay in manufacture or delivery howsoever such a failure or delay shall have been caused.
  7. SET OFF: A customer shall not be entitled to withhold payment of any amount payable under this contract to the company because of a disputed claim of any nature, nor shall the customer be entitled to set off against any amount payable under the contract to the company any monies which are not then presently payable to the company, or for which the company disputes liability.
  8. CLAIMS AND RETURNS: Work should be inspected by customers before cutting, as claims for manufacturing faults cannot be accepted after work has commenced. The company's liability for defective products will be limited to replacement and no claims will be considered for labour or other charges in connection with installation or removal. Returned goods will not he accepted unless prior authorisation has been given by the company. Failure to comply with these conditions will result in goods not being accepted by us and returned at the customer's expense. Scrap value only will be refunded on products which have been cut or which, due to inadequate packing have been damaged in transit back to the factory.
  9. DAMAGED SHORTAGE OR NON-DELIVERY: Claims for non-delivery of goods should be made to the company within 10 days from the date of despatch shown on the invoice. Claims for shortage or damage are required to be signed for accordingly and confirmed to the carriers and ourselves in writing within 3 days of delivery.
  10. PROOF OF DELIVERY: If proof of delivery is requested for goods that have been delivered a charge of £5 will be made.
  11. LENGTH AND WIDTH OF TOLERANCE: All goods sold or supplied to the company are subject to a length and width tolerance of plus or minus 1.25% as specified in BS3655 Clause 3.
  12. PILE PRESSURE AND SHADING: Shading is an inherent characteristic of a pile carpet and fabrics particularly noticeable in plains. This tendency is not detrimental to the wear of the carpet/fabric and is not due to any manufacturing fault. The company cannot therefore accept any responsibility for this effect.
  13. MATCHING: Carpet made on looms of different widths or supplied at different times cannot be guaranteed to match for colour or pattern precisely.
  14. BACKING METHODS: In order to give the consumer the advantage of any technical developments and to facilitate continuity of supply, the company reserves the right to change these materials without notice.
  15. SHRINKAGE: The company cannot accept responsibility for shrinkage of any carpets / fabrics after installation.
  16. RETENTION OF TITLE: It is agreed that title to the goods shown on the invoice/order/advice note etc shall not pass to the buyer until payment in full has been made to the seller in respect thereof and that until title shall pass the buyer has the goods in his possession and at this risk solely as bailee for the seller and such bailment shall be deemed to terminate forthwith if the buyer, being an individual, commits an Act of Bankruptcy or being a company enters into Liquidation or has a petition presented or has a Receiver appointed, or in either case allows distress to be levied against his property, whereupon the seller shall be entitled to resume immediate possession of the goods, for which purpose the buyer grants to the seller an unrestricted right of access to and entry upon any premises in which said goods may from time to time be situated. If the buyer disposes of any of the goods before the title shall pass to him, he shall be deemed to do so as an agent for the seller and shall hold the proceeds of sale in trust for the seller, and the buyer hereby assigns to the seller all his rights and claims against the sub-purchaser.
  17. IMPERFECT GOODS: Goods sold as imperfect will not be considered as the subject for any complaint unless they fail to comply with the Sale of Goods Act.
  18. SPECIALS: Orders for "special or custom made" goods. The seller will invoice any excess goods manufactured against orders as "overage" up to a maximum of 2.5% by volume.
  19. DESPATCH AND DELIVERY: Time is not the essence of contract. Whilst the seller will make every reasonable endeavour to maintain any stated despatch or delivery date, it accepts no liability whatsoever for consequential loss resulting from any delay, however this may have been caused.
  20. PLACING OF AN ORDER: Nothing contained in the price list shall be deemed to constitute an offer and the company reserves the right to refuse or accept any order. The placing of an order implies acceptance of these terms of sale.

 
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