COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This competition opens on Friday 23rd September 2016 and closes at 5pm on Monday 31st October 2016. Entries must be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org and they must contain a picture of the finished screen printed design (JPEG, PNG, PDF, GIF and TIFF files are all acceptable formats). The team at Cadisch will select the best design and the winner will be announced on Monday 7th November 2016. The winner will be contacted by a member of the Cadisch team and given the chance to pick 100s worth of Cadisch Screen Printing supplies, which will be posted out to them. Cash alternatives to the prize will not be available and choice of supplies will be subject to availability at the time of selection. There is no limit on the amount of times you can enter.
Cadisch will not claim copyrights to the designs. However, in submitting an entry Cadisch is free to share the image for commercial purposes post competition. Entrants names may be published with the images, but no personal details will be given out to third parties. The winner will be announced via various media platforms.
If entrants do not have access to email, we will also accept postal entries. Post your entry to: Cadisch, Unit 2, The IO Centre, Hearle Way, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL10 9EW and mark FAO Alexandra Arda.
WEBSITE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
A. UNITED KINGDOM
All orders and contracts for the sale of goods are accepted by Cadisch Precision Meshes Limited (The Company) on these Terms and Conditions which supersede any previously published terms in this, or any previous Website, catalogue or elsewhere.
1. Offers and Acceptance
No obligations shall arise as a result of a website, catalogue entry, quotation or any other offer until the Company accepts an order from the person, company, or other organisation with whom the sale or supply of products is conducted (The Purchaser).
In the event of any inconsistency between the Company's and Purchaser's terms and conditions, the Company's terms and conditions of sale shall prevail unless, and until, variation by express agreement is accepted in writing by both parties.
Where possible, orders should be made using the Company's order codes and order form. Please make a note of your customer number and/or account number and quote them on all orders. Products are supplied as shown in the Company's latest catalogue, unless the product has been superseded. Telephone orders will only be accepted on account when a purchase order number is given. Confirmation orders are not required, but if they are sent they must be marked 'Confirmation Only'. Failure to mark written confirmation orders could result in duplicated deliveries and in such case The Purchaser will be liable for the full purchase price, or alternatively, be subject to The Company's returns procedure.
Prices and delivery for items covered by schedule orders need to be made in writing and are strictly in accordance with the terms quoted by the Company and accepted by the Purchaser. Any variation in delivery requirements may be subject to price alteration. The Purchaser will be liable for any stocks held against an order at the end of the contract period.
Website Orders : You will be sent an email acknowledging your order. If during processing we discover for any unforseen reason that we cannot complete the order we will cancel the order and email you explaining why (for instance, a stock shortage, inability to obtain payment or the identification of a pricing, product description fault).Your order is accepted and the contract between us is concluded when the product you ordered is despatched. You may cancel your contract with us for the goods you order at any time up to seven working days from the date you receive the ordered goods. You do not need to give us a reason for cancelling your contract nor will you have to pay any penalty. To cancel your contract you must put this in writing to us within seven days. If you receive an item you did not order please notify us as soon as possible.
The Company reserves the right to alter prices any time, without prior notice. In general, prices are reviewed every six months, at which time some prices may change. The price charged for all goods will normally be that ruling at the date of acceptance of the order. All prices are subject to Value Added Tax (VAT) at the relevant rate ruling on the date of despatch.
All orders within the UK (Highlands & Islands subject to quote) are subject to carriage of 13.00 on orders up to 20kg. Over 20kg. carriage will be quoted . All other consignments are subject to quotation.
a) Terms of payment are strictly cash with order or Credit/Debit Card payment unless a Credit Account has been established with The Company.
b) Where a Credit Account has been established with The Company, payment must be made within thirty days of each delivery, whether the goods delivered are the whole order or only part shipment.
c) The Company reserves the right to suspend deliveries where payment is not received in accordance with paragraph (b) of this Clause, or in accordance with any alternative arrangement which has been agreed in writing between The Company and The Purchaser. In such cases, The Company reserves the right to charge interest on the unpaid amount from thirty days after the Invoice date at a rate of 4% above the current London inter Bank Borrowing Rate (LIBOR) per annum.
6. Back Orders
Any subsequent deliveries to complete an order will be despatched as soon as the item becomes available. Charges are only made when goods are despatched. The Company reserves the right to cancel any outstanding items in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
7. Order Cancellation
Cancellation of Purchasers' orders can only be accepted after prior negotiation and agreement but in any case within seven days of despatch. On no account can cancellation be accepted for non-standard product items ordered specially on The Purchaser's behalf. In the case of any default, the Purchaser shall be liable to compensate the Company for any partly finished products, stock or materials and tools held for the manufacture or supply of such goods.
If the Company agrees to accept cancellation, part cancellation or return of a special order for non-standard product, a charge of up to 50% of order value will be made subject to a minimum charge of 15.00.
The Company reserves the right to impose a back billing charge for part-cancellation if the reduction in quantity affects the unit price.
3. Delivery Discrepancies and Returns
Any queries regarding non-delivery should be made in writing to The Company within seven days of the date of despatch, quoting all relevant details, otherwise The Company cannot accept liability.
No goods may be returned to The Company , for whatever reason, without prior written consent, unless they were sent in error or received by The Purchaser in damaged or faulty condition. If goods are under guarantee, refer to the above section entitled 'Warranty' for correct procedure.
In the event that The Company, at its discretion (unless The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 apply), agrees to accept the return for credit of unwanted products, the goods must be returned with The Companys written agreement within seven days of delivery. The goods must be unopened and in perfect re-saleable condition. (Please note that these dates are those by which any returns must be received back into our warehouse, so please allow up to ten working days for your goods to reach us). Beyond that period you will be deemed to have accepted the goods and you must therefore check the goods promptly on receipt. Returned goods must be accompanied by a copy of the original advice note/invoice which was attached to the original parcel. If this has been lost or mislaid please enclose a note with the return, ensuring the folloiwng information is included : Order No. Name, Address, Contact telephone No. Return reason and details of refund or replacement required. Returned goods will not be accepted without this information. Any defacement of the manufacturers packaging or damage caused by inadequate packaging may result in the rejection of the return or an additional restocking fee at The Compamys sole discretion. We cannot accept liability for packages damaged during return transit. It is the Customers responsibility to wrap the product adequately to prevent damage. Proof of postage is not proof of delivery and you are therefore strongly advised to send your package by Recorded delivery, Registered post or Courier and to insure the goods for their full value. On receipt of the returned product, we will test it to identify the fault you have notified us. If following testing process, the product is found to be in good working order without defect the carriage costs of this return will be your responsibility. Please note that if you have, in the meantime, required us to provide you with a replacement product before completion of the testing process, you will have to pay for this product also. We will advise you as soon as we receive the goods and will then endeavour to process your request for either a refund or replacement as quickly as possible. Please allow up to fourteen days from receipt of your return for this to be done. Whether you have requested a refund or replacement of the returned goods, any charges or refunds due will be credited back to the card or account used to pay for the orignal order within thirty days.
A refund of the purchase price may be given or where the Company is owed sums by The Purchaser, a Credit Note may be issued. Acceptance of liability is at the discretion of The Company.
All products should be returned at The Purchaser's risk, suitably packaged and carriage paid, within twelve months of despatch with an advice note stating the original Invoice number relating to the product in question and detailing the claimed defect.
Should any modification or attempted repair be made to the product, for whatever reason, this will invalidate the warranty. Any item added to the product by The Purchaser should be removed before return to The Company. If such products are returned, the Company will accept no liability for any item attached or associated with any product returned under warranty. The Company will assume it is authorised to remove any attachments but will not be obliged to reconnect such items before returning the product to the Purchaser.
This Warranty excludes, and no liability can be accepted for, consequential damage, loss or injury arising from defective products.
10. Risk and Ownership
Whilst the responsibility for safe keeping passes to The Purchaser upon receipt of any goods, ownership does not pass until full payment is received by the Company.
The Company shall have no liability in respect of damage, expense or consequential loss arising from the failure or delay in delivery or in performance of any obligations under any contract due to any cause within or outside the Company's control. Causes shall include but not be limited to Act of God, fire, floods, war, civil disturbance, riots, Act of Government, Industrial disputes or failure by any subcontractor.
The Company ensures that every care and attention is given to the provision of correct information whether technical or otherwise. However, no liability can be accepted by the Company for any expenses or consequential loss arising from either the failure to provide information, or any statement made by The Company's Agents or Representatives as to the specification of any product or suitability for a defined purpose, unless that information is confirmed in writing.
The Company shall have a general lien in respect of all sums due from The Purchaser upon all goods to be supplied, or upon which work has been done on The Purchaser's behalf, and twenty-eight days from written notice to The Purchaser, may sell such goods and apply the proceeds towards the satisfaction of the sum due to the Company.
13. Patents and Copyright
Products offered for sale by The Company may be the subject of patents or other such protectable devices.
The Company maintain full copyright in respect of the catalogue, and its whole or partial reproduction without The Company's consent is prohibited.
14. Illustrations, Specification & Product Information
Whilst every effort is made to maintain accuracy, no liability can be accepted by The Company for any errors or omissions in supplying any technical information.
No illustration or specification should be taken to represent the manufacturer or source of origin.
The Company reserves the right, without prior notice, to discontinue or supersede any product as part of its continuous programme of product improvement. It is The Purchaser's responsibility to ensure that all products are suitable and fit for the purpose of their intended application.
15. Termination of Contract
If The Purchaser commits any breach of these terms and conditions of business, or becomes insolvent or commits an act of bankruptcy, or enters into any arrangement with his creditors or goes, or is put, into liquidation (other than solely for the purposes of reconstruction whilst
solvent). or if a Receiver is appointed over any part of The Purchaser's business, The Company may, without prejudice to any rights which may accrue, terminate the contract summarily by notice in writing.
Any question relating to any contract subject to these terms and conditions of business, or agreed amendment to same, shall be determined in respect by English Law.
UK Value Added Tax at the applicable rate (currently 15%) is normally added to websites, catalogue prices, quotation or proforma- Invoices for all Purchasers resident in EC member states. Goods to EC Purchasers may be zero-rated provided that the Purchaser's VAT registration number is indicated on the sales Invoice and held in The Purchaser's records (The Destination System). If the Purchaser is unregistered, VAT must be charged at the standard rate applicable (The Origin System).
In order to zero-rate goods supplied to UK addresses for onward shipment overseas, e.g. to freight forwarders, a 'Proof of Shipment' certificate and other necessary evidence of shipment may be required. Goods for export to areas outside the EC and including the Channel Islands are VAT zero-rated, provided the conditions of VAT Notice 703 apply.