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Terms of Sale
In these Conditions “the Company” means Infield Safety UK Limited or any of its subsidiary companies. “The Customer” means any person, company or other organisation placing an order with the Company.
2. APPLICATION AND VARIATION OF CONDITIONS
These Conditions shall be incorporated in all contracts for the sale of goods and/or processing of material by the Company and any provision of the Customer’s order which is inconsistent with them shall be of no effect. Acceptance of delivery of goods shall be deemed conclusive evidence of the Customer’s acceptance of these Conditions. These Conditions cannot be varied except in writing and signed on behalf of the Company.
3. DELIVERY DATES
Dates or periods quoted for delivery are approximate, for information only and time shall not be of the essence in relation to them. Failure by the Company to comply with any such dates or periods shall not entitle the Customer to treat the contract as terminated or to any other remedy against the Company.
4. FORCE MAJEURE
The Company shall not be liable for delay in or failure to make delivery of any goods due to force majeure, including without limitation war, rebellion, revolution, strikes or other forms of industrial action or governmental, EU or other regulations, rules or laws.
Unless fixed prices have been expressly agreed by the Company the price of the goods shall be the Company’s price prevailing at the date of each delivery. Orders may be subject to a delivery charge and for wholesale customers, are subject to the addition of VAT.
The Company shall not be liable for any deterioration or damage suffered by the goods during carriage or delivery.
7. DELIVERY, LICENCES AND OTHER FORMALITIES
a) If the Customer refuses to accept delivery of any consignment of the goods during the time agreed for delivery without valid reason the Company may make an additional charge to cover the extra cost caused by the refusal.
The goods will be supplied within the current British or European Standard for such goods, where such a standard exists.
The risk in the goods (but not title) shall pass to the Customer upon delivery. Delivery shall be deemed to take place when goods are delivered by the Company’s transport or carrier.
10. RETENTION OF TITLE AND REPOSSESSION
Title in the goods shall not vest in the Customer until:
a) the Customer pays the Company the price of the goods and all other sums due to the Company; or if earlier
b) the goods are incorporated or utilised in the manufacture of other products.
Until title passes to the Customer, the Customer shall treat the goods as the Company’s property and store them so that they are readily identifiable as the Company’s property. During such period (without prejudice to its other rights) the Company and its employees and agents (with plant and vehicles as it considers necessary) shall be entitled to enter any premises where the goods are located to inspect the goods. The Customer shall keep the goods insured to the full price against all risks and on request produce a copy of the insurance policy. Breach of this condition shall entitle the Company at its option to require immediate payment of all sums then due to the Company under any contract or to repossess the goods.
For wholesale; customer payment is due by the end of the month following the month of despatch. Time for payment shall be of the essence. The Company shall be entitled to charge interest both before and after any judgment on any sums not so paid calculated on a day-to-day basis on the amount outstanding from the due date of payment, compounded. The Customer shall not be entitled to withhold payment of any sums by reason of any disputed claim for defective goods or any alleged breach of the contract or any other contract.
Orders cannot be cancelled except with the Company’s consent and on terms which will indemnify the Company against loss and expenses incurred. Goods returned without the Company’s consent will not be accepted for credit.
The Company shall be entitled, without prejudice to its other rights and remedies, to terminate wholly or in part any or every contract between itself and the Customer or to suspend any further deliveries under any contract:
a) if any debt is due and payable by the Customer to the Company but is unpaid;
b) if the Customer has failed to take delivery of any goods under any contract otherwise than in accordance with the Customer’s contractual rights;
c) if the Customer becomes insolvent or enters into a composition or arrangement (including a voluntary arrangement) with its or his creditors, passes a resolution for voluntary winding up (except for the purpose of amalgamation or reconstruction without insolvency) or if a bankruptcy or winding up petition is presented or an order is made, or if a receiver, administrative receiver, administrator or manager is appointed or if the Customer suspends payment of its or his debts in whole or in part or if an application is made for an interim order or if any such order is made or if the Customer shall carry out or be subject to any analogous act or proceedings under foreign law.
The rights of either party shall not be prejudiced by any indulgence or forbearance extended by either party and no waiver by either party in respect of any breach shall operate as a waiver in respect of any subsequent breach.
The contract shall not be assigned by the Customer without the prior written consent of the Company. The Company may assign or sub-contract all or part of the contract without the Customer’s consent.
The Customer shall keep confidential and shall not without the Company’s prior written consent disclose to any third party any technical or commercial information which it has acquired from the Company as a result of discussions, negotiations and communications between the Company and the Customer relating to the goods and the contract.
17. LAW AND JURISDICTION
The contract shall be governed by and construed in all respects in accordance with English law and the parties submit to the jurisdiction of the English courts.
Any notices or other communications to be given under the contract shall be in writing and shall be sent by first class registered, or recorded or special delivery mail or by facsimile in the case of the Company to the Managing Director, Infield Safety UK Ltd, 1210 Parkview, Arlington Business Park, Theale, Reading. RG7 4TY and in the case of the Customer to the address of the Customer last known to the Company. Any notice sent by mail shall be deemed to have been duly served three working days after the date of posting. Any notice sent by facsimile shall be deemed to have been duly served at the time of transmission.