Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions
CONDITIONS OF SALE
Definitions and Law
The complete Contract is the document or documents that set out the terms and conditions and all other details relevant to a particular transaction and is hereinafter referred to as 'the Contract'.
The goods sold by the Seller to the Buyer. Shall hereinafter be referred to as 'the Goods'
The person, firm, company, corporation or public authority shown as the invoicee is 'the Buyer'.
The parties to the Contract are the Seller of the Goods and the Buyer.
The person, firm company, corporation or public authority responsible for the delivery of the Goods to the delivery address, including the Seller when the Seller delivers, shall, hereinafter be referred to as 'the Carrier'.
The person, firm, company, corporation or public authority to which the Goods are delivered when it is not the Buyer is hereinafter known as 'the Recipient'.
This contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of Scotland.
Risk and Title of Goods
The risk in the Goods shall pass to the Buyer immediately on delivery to the Buyer or to the Recipient.
The property in the Goods shall remain vested in the Seller until all monies due to the Seller as detailed in the Clause headed 'Payment' have been paid by the Buyer to the Seller in full.
The Buyer or Recipient on behalf of the Buyer, shall receive and unload the Goods and shall check the same for quantity and condition in the presence of the Carrier. If there is a shortage or if the Goods are, in an unsatisfactory condition, the Buyer or Recipient must so endorse the Carrier's delivery document and must give separate written notice thereof to the Seller within three days of delivery. If this condition is not observed, no claim In respect of shortage or of unsatisfactory condition of the Goods will be entertained. This condition does not affect the statutory rights of the Buyer.
The price charged will be the price ruling at the time of delivery. Where this is at variance with the price quoted when the Goods were ordered the Buyer will be advised prior to delivery.
Where monthly account facilities have been granted to the Buyer in writing, all invoices must be paid by the last day of the month following the month of delivery, where no such facilities have been granted payment will be with order or where previously agreed on delivery. Where these terms are exceeded the Seller shall be entitled to interest on the amount that is overdue at the RBS Bank PLC base rate plus 4% calculated on a day to day basis. This shall be without prejudice to any other rights or remedies of the Seller. The Buyer will pay any legal charges incurred in the recovery of money or Goods.
When the Contract Comes into Being
The Contract shall come into being between the Buyer and Seller when the Buyer has placed an order, detailing his requirements and agreeing to be bound by these conditions, and the Seller has accepted the order.
When Signature for Receipt of Goods Becomes Operative
Where, for administrative convenience, the Buyer or his agent is requested by the Seller to sign a contract and/or delivery note before the Goods are handed over, the Buyer or his agent agrees to examine the Goods at the time of the physical hand-over and the effect of such signature in respect of receipt of the Goods will not become operative until immediately after the physical hand-over.
Under The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 SI 2013/3134 you have the legal right to cancel your order up to 14 calendar days after the day on which you receive your goods (with the exception of any made to order items). You do not need to give us any reason for cancelling your contract nor will you have to pay any penalty.
Should you wish to cancel your order, you can use the cancellation form provided at the end of these terms and conditions, or alternatively you can notify us by any other clear statement.
You cannot cancel your contract if the goods you have ordered are bespoke (i.e. made to order), newspapers or magazines or if you have taken any audio or video recording or computer software out of the sealed package in which it was delivered to you.
If you have received the goods before you cancel your contract then you must send the goods back to our contact address at your own cost and risk. If you cancel your contract but we have already processed the goods for delivery, you should not unpack the goods when they are received by you and you must send the goods back to us at our contact address at your own cost and risk as soon as possible.
Once you have notified us that you are cancelling your contract, and we have either received the goods back or, if earlier, received evidence that you have sent the goods back, we will refund any sum debited by us from your credit or debit card within 14 calendar days.
We may make a deduction from your refund for any loss in the value of the goods supplied if the loss is the result of unnecessary handling by you (for example using or wearing the goods prior to cancellation)
Any failure by the Seller to enforce any or all of these conditions shall not be construed as a waiver of any of the Seller's rights hereunder.
Separate Term Validity
Should any term in this Contract be held invalid such invalidation shall not affect the validity of the remaining terms. Headings in these conditions are for reference purposes and shall not affect the interpretation of these conditions.
Terms of Contract
These conditions have effect in substitution for and to the exclusion of, any Condition put forward by the Buyer.
Notice for customers wishing to purchase outside of the UK
A carriage surcharge may be applied on heavy items for shipments outside of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, customers may be informed by email or telephone to the cost of the surcharge after the basket process,
confirmation and authorization by email or fax is required before the surcharge is applied and your items are dispatched
LCS 15 Ltd
2 Sorley's Brae