Standard UK Conditions of Sale
In these conditions "the Society" means Clydeside Trading Society Limited, "the Customer" means the person and/or company to whom the goods are to be invoiced and any person and/or company to whom or the benefit of whom the goods may be delivered and the "Goods" means the product or products for which the Society has supplied to the customer.
All goods supplied by the Society are of high grade and are believed to be suitable, but as the Society cannot exercise control over the mixing or use, no conditions or warranty is made as to the quality or fitness for any purpose of the Goods are no responsibility will be accepted by the Society or the Society's distributors for any damage or injury arising directly or indirectly from their handling, storage, application or use.
The Society reserves the right on giving written notice to the Customer before delivery, to alter the price of Goods to account for any alteration in the cost of raw materials, manufacture, transport or packing.
The Society shall beat liberty to withhold, suspend or reduce deliveries by reason or any circumstances outside the control of the Society.
No claims for damage or shortage can be sntertained unless written notification is addressed both to the carrier and the Society within 3 days of delivery.
The risk in the Goods shall pass to the Customer when the Goods are delivered to the Customer's nominated delivery point or when they are loaded on the vehicle of the Customer or his carrier or other agent.
Until full payment has been made of all sums outstanding by the Customer to the Society, the title of the Goods shall remain the Society's.
A minimum order charge of £20 will be added for delivery.
Unless otherwise stated, invoices must be paid within 28 days from date of invoice.
The Society shall provide Customers with necessary health and safety information relating to goods. If the Customer has not received such information then the Customer must contact the Society to request such information.
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