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Terms and Conditions

1. GENERAL
1.1 "Company" as used herein means Industrial Interface Limited. "Buyer" as used herein means the person ordering goods or services from the Company.

1.2 Any of the terms and provisions of the Buyer's order which are inconsistent with these Conditions or which are not expressly contained herein shall not be binding on the Company and shall not be considered applicable to this sale.

Acceptance of goods by the Purchaser shall be an express acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

1.3 No waiver, alteration or modification of any of the provisions of these conditions shall be binding on the Company unless in writing and signed by a Director or the Secretary of the Company.

2. PRICE
2.1 Prices quoted are for the quantity mentioned and any reduction may affect price.

2.2 Quotations are subject to acceptance within 30 days from the date of the quotation, unless otherwise stated on the quotation.

2.3 The Company is under no obligation to keep up to date, the price list issued to the Buyers.

2.4 If after the date of Quotation or Contract and before completion of work or delivery of goods there shall be an increase in the cost of work or our normal selling price of the goods then the corresponding increase in price shall be charged to and paid by the Buyer.

2.5 (i) For deliveries by special Carrier at the request of the Buyer (e.g. Red Star)charges for these services will be made at cost.

(ii) All air freight charges incurred at the request of the Buyer will be charged at cost.

(iii) he Company reserves the right to use a Carrier of its own choice; charges incurred will be charged to the Buyer at cost.

2.6 Trade benefits in the form of discounts will be subject to agreement of minimum order list values.

2.7 All export prices are F.O.B. UK port and are exclusive of packing unless otherwise stated. Note: see also section on Transit.

2.8 All prices are exclusive of VAT.

2.9 The Company reserves the right to implement Manufacturer's or Distributors or Suppliers authorised price increases if passed to us, in accordance with their terms.

3. SETTLEMENT TERMS
3.1 Strictly 30 days - defined as payable on or before the same date of the following month of the date of the invoice.

3.2 (i) The property in all goods supplied by the Company shall remain vested in the Company until the full price of the goods has been paid to the Company.

(ii) The Buyer shall store or label all goods belonging to the Company and for which payment has not been made so that they can be identified as such.

(iii) The Buyer is responsible for cover against all risks of loss damage or destruction of such goods until payment to the Company has been made in full.

4. DELIVERIES
4.1 Delivery dates are approximate and the Company will at all times use its best endeavour to comply. The Company, however, shall not be liable for any loss penalties or damage direct or indirect, occasioned by delayed delivery and in no case shall delay be a ground for rejecting goods.

4.2 All offers of goods from stock are subject to the goods remaining unsold at the time of receipt of order.

4.3 Where the Buyer specifies periodic delivery, the final delivery must be due within twelve months of the order being placed. Periodic deliveries can only be made on orders with a value of five hundred pounds or more.

5. RETURN OF GOODS
5.1 No goods may be returned for credit without prior agreement being obtained from the Company. The Company reserves the right to apply a re-stocking charge if goods are returned when agreed with the Company.

5.2 Cancellation of orders which have been made up specially(whether catalogued or otherwise) cannot be accepted.

Orders for goods which are not our current standard products are only accepted on the condition that cancellation or return cannot be accepted by the Company.

6. WARRANTIES
6.1 In respect of goods not of our Manufacture or Distribution, supplier warranties will apply.

These warranties extend only to repair or replacement at the option of the Manufacturer or Distributor Supplier of warranted goods which are returned, carriage prepaid to the Company by the Buyer and which have been determined by the Company or the Manufacturer or the Distributor Supplier to be defective. These warranties do not apply to any goods which have been (i) repaired or altered (ii) subjected to misuse, neglect or accident and the Company shall have no liability whatsoever for consequential damages in these circumstances.

6.2 If the Buyer is aware that goods are not in conformity with specification and, notwithstanding, accepts them the Company shall have no liability. All other warranties and conditions, whether express or implied, statutory or otherwise as to quality or fitness of the goods for any purpose are hereby excluded.

6.3 A warranty claim shall not be valid unless received by the Company within 30 days following discovery of the fault and shall not in any case be valid unless submitted within 36 months of the invoice date.

6.4 The Company cannot be held responsible for errors in drawings or samples after they have been approved by the Buyer.

7. BUYER'S WARRANTIES
7.1 The Buyer shall hold the Company harmless against any loss, damage or expense resulting from infringement of patents or trademarks arising from compliance by the Company with the Buyer's design specifications or instructions.

8. TRANSIT
8.1 The Company reserves the right to select methods of packaging and shipment.

8.2 The Company shall not be responsible for non-delivery of the whole of a consignment or any package forming part of a consignment unless the Buyer notifies the Company and the carriers within ten days of the despatch note or invoice date. In the case of goods damaged in transit or loss from a package or unpacked consignment, the Company shall not be responsible unless the Buyer notifies the Company and the carriers within three days of receipt of the consignment.

9. INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACTS
All contracts for sale of goods or services will be interpreted in accordance with English Law and any dispute shall be submitted to arbitration under the laws of England.

10. CONTINGENCIES
The Company shall be relieved of all liability whatever, and to the extent to which fulfilment of its obligations is prevented, frustrated or impeded as a consequence of conforming to any statute or any rule, regulation order or requisition made thereunder or by any cause beyond its control,

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