Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions apply to all quotations, offers and contracts for the supply of goods by Altitude Interiors Ltd

1 Payment Terms

  • 1.1 This agreement is between Altitude Interiors (hereinafter called THE CONTRACTOR) and any client or clients (hereinafter called THE CLIENT) accepting a quotation or requesting work to be carried out by the aforesaid contractor.
  • 1.2 A deposit of 50% of the gross invoice total of the work is payable at time of order placement.
  • 1.3 A payment of 50% is payable on completion of the work or within 5 working days of the invoice date. Interest at 5% above clearing bank base rate will be charged on any balance outstanding after the 5 working day period.
  • 2 Payment terms on cancellation of order
  • 2.1 5. Cancellation: No order which has been accepted by the seller may be cancelled by the buyer unless agreed in writing by the seller and on condition that the buyer shall indemnify the seller in full against all loss, costs, damages, charges and expenses incurred by the seller as a result of cancellation.

2 Payment terms on cancellation of order

  • 2.1 5. Cancellation: No order which has been accepted by the seller may be cancelled by the buyer unless agreed in writing by the seller and on condition that the buyer shall indemnify the seller in full against all loss, costs, damages, charges and expenses incurred by the seller as a result of cancellation.

General

  • 3 The contractor reserves the right to sub-contract the whole or part of the work.
  • 4 Water gas and electricity supplies will be made available free of charge to the contractor to enable him to carry out work or to comply with statutory health, safety or welfare regulations.
  • 5 The client is required to clear all working areas in occupied premises and protect personnel belongings. The contractor will not accept liability for damage caused to items not moved or adequately protected
  • 6 The client shall accept full responsibility for damage and/or loss of materials following delivery to site.
  • 7 The contractor accepts no liability for damage caused to materials, specified for re-use, during their removal, storage or subsequent refitting any such materials shall be replaced by the client at no cost to the contractor. Unless previously agreed in writing all salvaged materials shall become the property of the contractor and shall be removed from site.
  • 8 The contractor accepts no responsibility for oral instructions issued to its employees or sub-contractors or issued by them without authorisation from the contractor. All such instructions given by the client, or his representative, or made by its employees or sub-contractors must be in writing and could be subject to extra costs.
  • 9 The contractor accepts no liability for damage claimed by owner of property adjoining the works. The equipment and methods used to carry out the works will be deemed the most economic by the contractor, but should adjoining owners lawfully require these methods cease or alternative methods or equipment to be employed, any additional costs incurred by the contractor will be the liability of the client.
  • 10 The contractor will in no way be liable for any expenses incurred by the client or his agent, i.e. hotel or housing costs, loss of earnings, loss of time, furniture storage or any other expenses as a result of the duration of the work taking longer than at first anticipated by the contractor and/or the failure of the contractor to start the work on an advised date.
  • 11 The client understands that any start date given is provisional and may be subject to variation.
  • 12 The contractor does not provide free of charge any drawing, calculations and reports necessary to comply with planning permission, building regulations or any other statutory regulation or for specialist suppliers or sub-contractors. The contractor can supply these services but they will be subject to an agreed fee. It is the client’s responsibility to obtain the required permissions, consents and certification from the statutory authorities unless the contractor or his sub-contractors have included this activity in their quotation.
  • 13 The contractor will make every effort to meet completion date, but cannot accept responsibility for any delays beyond his control. If work under the contract is forced to be abandoned, the contractor shall be entitled to payment for all materials supplied under the contract, all materials left on site and for all works carried out prior to the date of abandonment.
  • 14 The contractor reserves the right to substitute alternative materials to those specified, with other of equal quality and suitability.
  • 15 Any variations or alterations to the specification or quotation requested by the client will be charged on a time and material basis.
  • 16 The title of the goods does not pass to the customer until full settlement of the contractors account has been made. The contractor reserves the right to recover goods for which full payment has not been paid.
  • 17. Prices: The price of the goods shall be as set out in the quotation or where no price has been quoted, in the price list of the seller at the time of delivery and shall be based on the costs ruling at the date of acceptance by the seller of the order from the buyer. Unless otherwise stated in writing, prices include packaging, carriage and insurance, but the seller reserves the right to charge for these where the buyer requests part delivery or delivery to more than one location. Packaging shall be to reasonable industry standard. All prices are exclusive of value added tax, import duties and local taxes, for which the buyer shall be liable.
  • 18. Risk & Title i. Risk of damage to or loss of the goods shall pass to the buyer on delivery. By accepting delivery, the buyer warrants that the goods have been delivered complete in accordance with the delivery documentation and in acceptable condition, unless otherwise evidenced in writing within 48 hours of receipt of delivery. Notwithstanding delivery and passing of risk, the goods shall remain the property of the seller until such time as the buyer shall have paid the seller in full for all contracts. Until such time as title in goods passes to the buyer, the seller shall be entitled at any time to require the buyer to deliver up the goods to the seller and, if the buyer fails to do so forthwith, to enter upon any premises of the buyer or any third party where the goods are stored and repossess the goods. ii. At the sellers discretion the seller may pursue an action against the buyer for the price of the goods not withstanding that title in the goods has not passed to the buyer.
  • 19. Assignment: The buyer may not assign or transfer any rights or obligations under the contract without prior agreement in writing by the seller. The seller may assign or subcontract any contact.
  • 20. Force Majeure: The seller shall not be liable to the buyer or be deemed to be in breach of any contract with the buyer by reason of any delay in performing or any failure to perform any of the obligations of the seller in relation to the goods if the delay or failure was due to force majeure or to any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the seller.
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