Terms and Conditions

This Agreement was last modified on 18 February 2016.



Unless previously withdrawn by the Seller (Fast Box Ltd) quotations shall remain open to acceptance for 14 days (or shorter period as may be stated in writing by the seller) from the date of posting.  The seller may nevertheless elect at his/her option to treat as binding an acceptance received after the expiration of such and shall be deemed to have so elected and until he notifies the buyer to the contrary.


  1. 2. PRICES


  1. a) Where the  quantity  ordered  is  less  that that quoted for or delivery is ordered in instalments less than those specified in the quotation, the prices are   subject   to adjustments as appropriate.

(b)   Prices are subject to revision in the event of any increase in costs, or

raw materials, or between the date of confirmation of order and date of delivery to Buyer.

(c)      In  the  event  of  any  dispute  arising  as  to  such  increased  prices  a certificate given by the Company’s    Auditors    that    such    increased prices

are   caused   directly   by   specified increased costs incurred by the Company shall be final and binding on the Buyer.


  1. 3. PAYMENT


Subject to satisfactory references, goods invoiced up to and including the last day of a calendar month shall be paid for not later than the last business day of the following month. The Company reserves the right to charge interest on any account, at commercial rates which will be not less than 3% over the Basic Rate of Barclays Bank Limited from time to time applicable until the sum due is paid, otherwise payment is to be made by cash with order.




A variation  of  up  to  10%,  above  or  below the quantity ordered,  will  be deemed proper execution  of any order.    The Invoice will be for the actual delivered  quantity.     Goods  will be manufactured  in  accordance with  the dimensions specified and/or approved by the buyer  subject  to  an  Industry tolerance of +/-

3mm.    While  every  endeavour  will  be  made  to  supply      materials      in accordance   with   the quality  of samples submitted or  quoted for, materials of not less than those quoted may be substituted for those quoted.





(a)     All sketched and  origination work shall remain  the  property  of  the seller unless paid for by the buyer.

(b)    Alterations  from  original  copy  on  or  after  the  first  proof  including alteration in style at our discretion may be charged extra. No responsibility will be accepted by the seller for any errors in proofs, which have been passed by the buyer.

(c)     Quotations  for  printing  are made  subject  to  the  suitability of  copy matter and of any materials to be supplied, either by the buyer or on  the buyers behalf (in the latter case  whether  charged  to  the  seller or  not)  and furthermore  are  made on the basis of the use of our standard range of ink colours, any deviation from which may at our discretion be charged extra.




(a)    Until payment is made in full to the seller the goods  shall  remain the property  of  the  seller  but  the risk therein and all liability to third parties in respect thereof shall pass to the buyer on delivery.

(b)   If the seller invoices in full for Cutting Formes or Print stereos these will become the property and ownership of the buyer. Responsibility for the Insurance of these items falls on the buyer, and the seller cannot be held liable for accidental damage or damage caused by general wear and tear.


  1. 7. CLAIMS


(a)   The buyer shall upon delivery of the goods examine them to determine their quality and quantity and the seller shall not be liable if the buyer fails to do this and suffers damage or loss.

(b)   Claims relating to the goods must be notified to the seller promptly and confirmed in writing no later than seven days after the delivery  of  the  goods, or,  in  the case of delay or non-delivery of the goods,  seven  days  after  the proposed  date  of  despatch  of  the goods notified to the buyer.   The seller shall   not   be   under   any liability whatsoever in respect of any claim if it shall not be notified and the seller shall be prejudiced by such delay.




The  seller shall not, under any circumstance, be liable to the buyer for any loss of  profits  or  loss  of contracts   or   other consequential losses.  Time of delivery cannot and will not be guaranteed.


  1. 9. QUALITY


The sellers liability for the fitness of purpose of the goods is subject to the buyers purposes being fully made known  to the seller and  to any express direct or indirect exclusion or qualification of that undertaking by the seller in any particular case.





No liability will be accepted  by the seller for any failure  or  delay in performance which is due wholly or partially to Act of God, war, fire, explosion, riot, civil commotion, restriction by Government or other competent authority strikes, locks out, failure in supplies to  our  factory of  raw materials  or  to  any cause whatsoever beyond our control.




(a)   If any of these conditions or any part of one  of  these  conditions is rendered  void  by any legislation to which it is subject it shall be void to that extent and no further.   If any of these conditions or any part of these conditions is rendered unenforceable by any legislation to which it is subject it shall be enforceable to the extent that it is not fair or reasonable to allow reliance on such a condition or part thereof, but not further.

(b)    A waiver by either party of any of the terms and conditions of this contract and/or breach thereof shall apply only to the particular instance or instances in which such waiver occurs and shall not affect or impair the further continuance in force of such terms and conditions, or right  of either   party to avail itself of such terms and conditions upon any subsequent breach or breaches thereof.


  1. 12. LAW


The Contract shall be deemed to be made in England   and   the   parties to    the   contract hereby   submit   to   the   jurisdiction   of   the English Courts,  English  law shall  be  the proper law of the contract.





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