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OfficeSTOR Installations Limited – TERMS AND CONDITIONS

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Terms & Conditions
“The Company” referred to in the following conditions means OfficeSTOR Installations Ltd
“The Purchaser” means the individual or company to whom a price list, tender or quotation is
addressed or whose order is accepted by the Company.
“Goods” means plant, materials or equipment supplied by the Company.
“Services” means all works or design, advice, repair or supervisory services and installation
on site.
“Order” means an Order from the Purchaser for Goods and/or Services.
(i)All quotations are made and all Orders are accepted subject to these Conditions. All other
conditions contained in any Order or otherwise are excluded from the contract or any variation
thereof unless expressly accepted by the Company in writing.
(ii)Quotations are not offers and no contract shall come into existence unless any Order is
acknowledged by the Company in writing.
(i)Quotations are subject to a site survey conducted by the Company after which it reserves
the right to alter any specification.
(ii)The Purchaser warrants that the premises will withstand the loads imposed and further that
(without limit) all foundations, walls and structures of the premises or the site are such that
they are of suitable load bearing capacity and are suitable for acceptance of the goods
supplied by the Company. The Purchaser, in all cases, takes
full responsibility.
(i)Terms of payment will be as stated in the written acknowledgement of order sent by the
company to the purchaser. Invoice for works or product supply paid in full 14 days of invoice
In default of any such terms being stated therein, all invoices shall be payable within 14 days
of the date thereof. Time of payment of invoices is of the essence of all contracts and a
condition of same.
(ii) In any case where delivery has been postponed at the request of or by the default of the
purchaser, then the company may submit its invoice at any time after the Goods are ready for
delivery or could have been ready in the ordinary course, but for the purchaser’s request or
(iii)The purchaser shall pay to the company in cash, or as otherwise agreed, all sums
immediately when due without reduction or deferment on account of any claim, counterclaim,
or set-off.
(iv) In the event of default by the purchaser in payment of any one invoice:-
(a) all invoices rendered by the company to the purchaser shall become immediately due and
payable notwithstanding any different payment terms that may have been otherwise agreed in
relation to those other invoices.
(b) the company shall be entitled to claim interest on the amount of any outstanding invoice
(including any deemed to have become due immediately)at the rate of 4%per annum above
the base rate of Natwest Bank Plc in force at the time when payment was due or deemed due
both before and after judgement.
(c) the company shall be entitled at its sole discretion, and without prejudice to any other
remedy, to suspend immediately all further deliverers on any unfulfilled contract between it
and the purchaser or to determine any such contract.
(i) all prices quoted are NET unless otherwise stated, and exclusive of VAT.
(ii) all prices quoted for Goods or Services are subject to fluctuation in the cost of labour,
materials, transport, overheads, currency exchange rates, taxation, government Orders and
Regulations, whether new or existing, and any increase in such costs after the date of
quotation and up to the date of delivery will be added to the quoted price.
(iii) the Company shall be entitled to make an additional charge in respect of variation
requested by the Purchaser to a contract.

(i) risk of damage to or loss of the Goods shall pass to the Purchaser when the Goods or part
thereof leave the Company premises for delivery to the Purchaser.
(ii) property in the goods or any part thereof shall only pass to the Purchaser when payment in
full for any Goods supplied under this or any prior contract has been made and the Purchaser
shall permit the servants or agents of the Company to enter onto the premises of the
Purchaser or any third party and to repossess the Goods whilst ever sums remain due.
(iii) the Purchaser shall not pledge or offer the Goods as security whilst ever they remain the
Property of the Company.
(i) time for delivery and performance:
(a) is given in good faith as accurately a possible but is not of the essence of the contract;
(b) shall be conditional upon receipt of the written Purchase Order which the company may
accept on verbal acknowledgement at its sole discretion.
(ii) the Purchaser shall notify the Company in writing of all necessary forwarding instructions
promptly and in any event within seven days of notification that the Goods are ready for
The Company may at its sole discretion postpone delivery at the Purchaser’s request.
Where delivery is postponed, otherwise than due to default by the Company, the Purchaser
shall pay all costs and expenses including a reasonable charge for storage and transportation
occasioned thereby and the Company shall be entitled to invoice the Goods in accordance
with these Conditions.
(iii) dates quoted for delivery of orders not requiring installation by the Company refer to dates
upon which the Goods are ready for delivery but dates quoted for delivery of orders requiring
installation refer to dates on which the goods will arrive on site.
(iv) unless otherwise specified delivery shall be made of all Goods to the nearest convenient
unloading point (either road or rail)to the Purchaser’s works or appropriate site. The
Purchaser shall be responsible for the notification to the Company of any restriction of access
such as weight, width, height or loading hours for unloading vehicles or containers. The
company shall have the sole right to determine the relevant
transportation and unloading point at the site of installation.
(v)If deliveries are required over an extended period each consignment can at the discretion
of the Company be considered as a separate transaction and invoiced separately.
(vi)Any packaging supplied by the Company unless otherwise expressly agreed is intended to
provide adequate protection throughout normal conditions of transit of usual duration.
(vii)Failure by the Purchaser to take delivery of or to make payment in respect of any one or
more instalments of goods delivered hereunder shall entitle the Company at its sole discretion
to treat the whole contract as repudiated by the Purchaser and recover such sums as may be
due together with damages arising from such repudiation.
(i) All goods and materials shall be examined by the Purchaser on delivery. The Company
shall not be liable for claims in respect of shortage or damage in transit unless the Company
is notified in writing within three days of delivery or in the case of non-delivery written notice is
given within fourteen days of the date of notice of delivery of the Goods from the Works of the
Company or its subcontractors on the Company’s invoice. In the absence of written notice the
Goods will be deemed to have been received in the correct quantity and free of defects which
would have been apparent on inspection.
(ii) credit for damage will only be allowed when the Company’s conditions in the preceding
sub clauses are met.
Cancellation will only be accepted by the Company on condition that the costs and expenses
and the loss of profits and other loss or damage sustained by the Company will be
reimbursed by the Purchaser to the Company forthwith. Cancellations will only be accepted
during working office hours, Monday to Friday from 09:00 a.m. to 17:00 p.m. and must be
within a 48 hour period. Cancellations after this period will occur a charge of 50 % of total
order value. Cancellations are to be made in writing or by emailing:-

(i) when work on site is undertaken the Purchaser shall at its own expense provide:
(a) a clear and level site with sufficient space adjacent for placing of material and shall supply
necessary foundations and temporary cover over the site to protect the Goods and
construction work effectively from the elements.
(b) water, light, heating, compressed air, power, lifting tackle and fork lift truck with driver
necessary in connection with the installation and shall undertake all filling in or making good
of floors, roofs, provision of cover plates over inspection pits and any other civil engineering
work, including removal of rubbish.
(c) a satisfactory and continuous means of access to the site free from all obstructions
together with offloading facilities and parking facilities for vehicles of the Company, its
employees and agents.
(d) health and welfare facilities which may be required by law under the regulations current
from time to time for employees of the Company while they are engaged at the Purchaser’s
premises in the performance of the contract.
(ii) the Purchaser shall indemnity the Company in respect of all claims made or proceeding
taken against the Company by any third party including but not limited to employees of the
Company, the Purchaser’s employees or the employees of any contractor employed by the
Purchaser or the personal representatives or dependents of any such employees or other
third parties in respect of personal injury or damage to property {including damages as a
result of fire or explosion)caused by or arising out of the Goods and Services in any manner
whatsoever, except where it is proven that the Company or its employees have been
(iii) all workpeople provided by the Purchaser to assist the Company shall in all respects
remain employees of the Purchaser.
(iv) the Purchaser shall ensure that the Company employees are able to carry out their work
with continuity and without hindrance and any expense incurred by the Company as a result
of the Purchaser’s failure to so ensure will be charged extra.
(v) the Company shall be entitled to appoint one or more subcontractors to carry out all or any
of its obligations.
(vi) where contractors other than those employed by the Company are involved their
programmes will be arranged by the Purchaser to permit the Company’s work to be carried
out with continuity in accordance with the number of site visits stipulated in any quotation
.Should the Company be subject to delays or have to make a return visit to the site additional
costs will be chargeable to the Purchaser.
(vii) on completion of the contract all surplus materials supplied by the Company shall unless
otherwise agreed, remain the property of and be removed from the site by the Company. Until
such material is removed the Purchaser shall take reasonable precautions for the safe
custody of such surplus materials.
(viii) the Purchaser shall insure to the full value and provide adequate protection for all plant,
machinery, materials and equipment of the Company whilst on the Purchaser’s premises
against all loss or damage howsoever caused other than by reason of neglect or default of the
Company its employees servants or agents.
(i) Under no circumstances will the Company be liable for any consequential loss (including
removal or rectification work required in connection with installation of repaired or substitute
goods) loss of profits or damage to property of the Purchaser.
(ii) without prejudice to Condition (i) the Company’s liability whether in respect of any one or
aggregate of various claims (other than for death or personal injury due to the Company’s
negligence) shall not exceed £2,000,000 and the Purchaser agrees and warrants that he has
adequate insurance to cover claims in excess of such amount.
(i) The Company reserves the right to change and improve the design of some or all of the
component parts included in any quotation it has provided and thereafter supply accordingly.
(ii) the Purchaser shall hold the Company harmless against any alterations it makes to any
Goods or Services without the written consent of the Company.
(iii) all drawings, documents, data and other information not in the public domain (hereinafter
“Confidential Information”)supplied by the Company are supplied on the express condition
that the Purchaser will not without the written consent of the Company
(a) give away, lend, exhibit, sell or copy any Confidential Information ;
(b) use the Confidential Information in any way except for the purpose of installing or
operating the Goods;
(iv) all illustrations, weights, measures, temperatures, capacities and performance schedules
contained in the Company’s printed brochures and sales literature form no part of any
contract. The Purchaser shall be responsible for the accuracy of all information and drawings
supplied by it and the Company shall not be under any responsibility to check the accuracy
(i) In the case of Goods not manufactured by the Company the Company gives no assurance
or guarantee whatsoever that the sale or use of the goods will not infringe any third party
intellectual property rights.
(ii) copyright in respect of all drawings and other documents prepared by the Company shall
vest in and remain the property of the Company.
The Company shall be under no liability for any delay, loss or damage caused wholly or in
part by Act of God, governmental restriction condition or control or by reason of any act done
or not done pursuant to a trade dispute whether such dispute involves the Company servants
or not by reason of any other act, matter or thing beyond the reasonable control of the
(i) No responsibility is accepted by the Company and the Purchaser shall hold the Company
harmless for failure to comply with any statutory or other regulation or local bye-law affecting
the siting, use, operation or construction of the Goods.
(ii) only if specifically agreed will the Company will endeavour on behalf of the Purchaser to
obtain necessary approvals in connection with the Goods or services.
(iii) all fees or charges made by local authorities in connection with regulations or the passing
of plans will be payable by the Purchaser.
The contract shall be governed and construed in all respects in accordance with the Laws of
England and shall be subject only to the jurisdiction of the English Courts.
No right of set-off shall exist in respect of any claims by the Purchaser against the Company
unless such claims are agreed by the Company in writing and the Purchaser shall not
withhold any or part of any payment which has become due to the Company for work done.
(i) this clause applies if:
(a) the Purchaser makes any voluntary arrangement with its creditors or (bring an individual o
firm)becomes bankrupt or (being a company)becomes subject to an administration order or
goes into liquidation (otherwise than for the purposes of amalgamation or reconstruction);or
(b) a receiver is appointed, of any of the property or assets of the Purchaser; or
(c) the Purchaser ceases, or threatens to cease, to carry on business; or
(d) the Company reasonably apprehends that any of the events mentioned above is about to
occur in relation to the Purchaser and notifies the Purchaser accordingly.
(ii) if this clause applies then, without prejudice to any other right or remedy available to the
the Company shall be entitled to cancel the contract or suspend any further deliveries under
the contract without any liability to the Purchaser and if any Goods or Services have been
delivered but not paid for, the price shall become immediately due and payable
notwithstanding any previous agreement or arrangement to the contrary. T&C/ March 2021