Terms & Conditions
Orders are accepted and executed on the understanding that these Conditions of Sale are accepted by the Purchaser, and should there be any inconsistency between the Purchasers requirements and these Conditions of Sale the Company’s Conditions of Sale will apply.
The ‘Company’ means Mico Lighting Ltd.
The ‘Purchaser’ means the person who buys or agrees to buy the goods from the Company.
The ‘Goods’ means all items which the Purchaser agrees to buy from the Company.
Prices and relevant discounts, will be those running at the time of despatch. The Company reserves the right to override any issued price lists unless orders are specifically acknowledged in writing by the Company. All prices are exclusive of Value Added Tax which will be charged at the applicable rate.
Unless otherwise stated in writing, payment of the goods is due in full at the time of delivery.
Should the Purchaser default in the payment of goods or services then the Company shall suspend deliveries until the default is made good.
Credit will only be permitted by the Company on receipt of satisfactory credit references from the Purchaser.
Although the Company will make every effort to deliver on the date of contract, no liability for any reason in delay of goods will be accepted by the Company.
Unless otherwise stated website prices quoted will exclude delivery.
Risk of damage or loss to the goods shall pass to the Purchaser when the delivery is made at the Company’s address, at the time when the Company notifies the Purchaser that the goods are available for collection, or if delivery is to be made elsewhere than to the Company’s address, at the time of delivery even if the Purchaser wrongfully fails to take delivery of the proffered goods.
Retention of Title
In spite of delivery having been made, property of all goods shall remain that of the Company until payment in full of the agreed price and all other sums owed by the Purchaser to the Company are settled.
The Following conditions shall apply:-
The Purchaser shall hold the goods as the Company’s ailee and shall keep them properly stored, protected insured and identified as the Company’s property.
Whilst the Purchaser has the right to dispose of any goods in ordinary course of business on Bona Fide sale without notice to the customer of the Company’s rights, hereunder the Purchaser must account to the Company for the proceeds to the amount due to the Company.
The Purchaser hereby grants to the Company the right to enter any premises where the goods are stored in order to reposes or inspect them.
Pass of Property
The property of the goods shall pass to the Purchaser (Unless otherwise agreed) at the time of payment, and any risk will be accepted by the Purchaser or a third party designated by him from this time.
Loss or Damage in Transit
Where the prices quoted include delivery by the Company, we will replace free of charge any goods damaged in transit providing the Company is notified within 72 hours of delivery and the relevant information appertaining to the delivery is provided within this period.
Faulty or Defective Goods
If the Purchaser returns to the Company any goods which he claims are defective and the Company agrees they are defective or faulty, the Company will replace the goods with an identical or similar type. The Company will, at its own discretion, refund the purchase price provided the goods are returned within 3 months of delivery at the expense of the Purchaser and the Purchaser can provide proof of purchase from the Company.
Return of Goods
The Purchaser shall obtain from the Company his consent to return any goods supplied for whatever reason prior to despatch from the Purchaser’s premises.
Any descriptive material, illustrations or drawings shall be used only as a general guide and shall not form part of the Contract. Consequently the Company reserves the right to change or amend his literature or specification without prior notice.
Manufacturers Warranties apply but the Company gives no warranty (Express or Implied) unless otherwise stated on the life or wear of the goods supplied.
Any variation, suspension or delay to the contract by the Purchaser may result in charges for costs involved to date and the price ruling will be adjusted for any reduction in quantities.
Breach and Insolvency
If the Purchaser breaches any conditions of this Contract or becomes subject to an administration order, or becomes bankrupt, or has a Receiver appointed, or distress is levied on any part of its assets or business, or goes into liquidation, or makes any composition with its creditors, the Company shall be entitled (Whether in respect of this Contract or any other) to:
Withhold any further deliveries to the Purchaser and/or cancel the Contract without liability.
Appropriate any payment made by the Purchaser to such of the goods (Whether supplied under this Contract or any other) as the Company shall think fit.
Immediate payment of all sums whatever owing by the Purchaser to the Company not withstanding any previous agreement to the contrary.
Exercise any of its rights pursuant to Retention of Title.
The Company shall not be liable for any default due to any act of God, war, strikes, lock-outs or other industrial action, difficulties in obtaining labour or parts, governmental or other restrictions or regulations or other events beyond the
reasonable control of the Company.
Proper Law and Jurisdiction
All disputes arising out of or in connection with the Contract shall be governed by English Law and the Purchaser accepts the jurisdiction of the Courts of England.