‘The Company‘ means Boardsdirect.co.uk, ‘the Customer‘ means the
person, firm, company or corporation who orders, purchases and/or
contracts to order or purchase goods of the Company. Boards-Direct is a
trading name for Paul David Enterprises Limited. Company registration
number 7012824, VAT reg 978 4192 67
All quotations are made and all orders are accepted subject to the
following terms and conditions. Any terms and conditions contained in
any acceptance of this quotation which vary, are contrary to or
additional to those herein contracted shall be void and of no effect. A
customer desiring any reasonable amendment of those terms should
communicate with the Company before forwarding an acceptance. No
amendment of these terms shall be valid unless made in writing and
signed by the Company.
Before using any of our products, the customer shall determine the
suitability of the product for its intended use, and the customer
assumes all risks and liability whatsoever in connection herewith.
Boardsdirect shall not be liable either in tort or in contract for any
loss or damage – direct, incidental or consequential, arising out of the
use of, or the inability to use, any of our products.
Description of Goods
All specifications, drawings, illustrations, particulars of weight
and dimensions issued by the Company are approximate only and do not
form part of any terms, conditions or warranties of any contract entered
into by the Company. The Company may vary such specifications,
drawings, illustrations, particulars of weight and dimensions at any
time and for whatever reason, without having to give a reason or
Catalogues, Prices etc.
Catalogues, brochures and price lists and all other advertising
matter are only an indication of the type of goods offered by the
Company they shall not constitute a sale by description. All prices
therein are intended to be correct at the date of publication but are
subject to increase, alteration or withdraw al without notice. ALL OUR
PRICES EXCLUDE VAT.
All quotations made are applicable only to quantities specified and
are valid for 30 days from the date of quotation. The Company reserves
the right to increase its price to take account of variations in
labour, material or other costs between the date of quotation and the
last date of delivery of the goods.
a. Verbal orders must be confirmed in writing within 24 hours.
b. If the Customer cancels any order bef ore its
completion he shall immediately thereupon become liable to pay to the
Company a sum equal to the cost of the labour, materials and overheads
expended in the execution of the said order up to and including the date
of the receipt of such cancellation plus the amount of the profit which
the Company would have made but for such cancellation.
c. All orders placed either online or via phone, email or fax will be subject to a final acceptance by the company.
Delivery and Passing of Risk
Any dates and times quoted for delivery are to be treated as an
estimate and the Company shall not be liable whatsoever for failure to
deliver by such date or time.
The risk in the goods shall pass to the Customer on delivery to the
Customer‘s premises or to any person or party authorised by the
Customer to receive goods.
We shall not be responsible for loss arising from delay or failure
to deliver arising from causes beyond our control. These include Act of
God, war, civil disturbance, riot, industrial action or dispute,
natural calamity, controls, restrictions or prohibitions of Government
or other competent authority, fire, flood, sabotage or non-availability
NB: All deliveries are ground floor only as couriers are not insured to deliver above ground floor level.
Retention of Title
Goods shall remain the property of the Company until payment in
full has been received. Until title to the goods passes to the Customer
he shall hold the goods for the Company and shall store the goods in
such a manner as they are readily identifiable as the property of the
Ownership of all intellectual property rights in relation to design
work carried out by the company rests with the company unless otherwise
provided for by a separate agreement.
Goods will be despatched by the most convenient means unless otherwise agreed in writing.
Loss or Damage in Transit or Product Damage
The Customer should notify, in writing, the Company and the Carrier
within 24 hours of delivery, any damage or loss of goods in transit.
Non-delivery should be notified in writing within 7 days of the date of
No claims will be entertained outside of these times.
All deliveries must be checked at point of receipt and either
signed for as damaged or refused if damaged. No replacements or refunds
will be provided for items signed and accepted as either unchecked or
Where credit terms have not been agreed, payment should be made in
full with order or, where appropriate, immediately prior to despatch of
Unless otherwise agreed in writing credit terms are strict net 30 days from date of invoice.
The Company reserves the right to charge interest on unpaid
invoices at the base rate of Bank of England plus 8% accruing on a daily
basis starting day 31 from date of invoice and compounded on a 14 day
basis from the due date until full settlement.
Where payment is not normally to be made until after delivery and
the latter is delayed by the Customer‘s inability or unwillingness to
accept such delivery at the time the goods are ready for despatch, the
Company reserves the right to demand immediate payment in full after
giving notice of its readiness to deliver the goods and to charge the
Customer any storage expenses it may have to incur, all such storage
being entirely at the Customer‘s risk.
Minimum Order Charge
At present we have no minimum order charge, but this is at the discretion of the Company
The Company shall not be under any liability to the Customer or to
any third party in respect of defects in goods delivered whether patent
or latent or for any injury, damage or loss resulting directly or
indirectly from such defects howsoever caused. Without prejudice to the
foregoing the Company reserves the right at its sole discretion to make
replacement of goods or parts in respect of any complaint in writing
relating to alleged defects received by the Company within one month of
the date of delivery. The date of delivery for the purpose of this
clause shall be the date of delivery to a carrier by the Company.
Returns for items that have not arrived damaged or are unwanted
will be at the managers discretion. All such returns will be subject to a
20% restocking and collection fee (There is a minimum charge of
To be eligible for a return credit, all items must be in pristine
(as new) condition and in original packaging and we must be notified in
writing within 24 hours of receipt of goods. Items that are ordered as
bespoke items or made to order items including any printed items (items
with customer specific graphics) or other such items are not eligible
for refund or return under any circumstance.
35 Park Row
Nottinghamshire NG1 6EE
All statutory warranties and conditions are hereby excluded as well
as all warranties and conditions made orally or in writing by whosoever
given which vary or are contrary to or in addition to the above terms
of business except those (if any) provided for by the note to Clause 2
The contract shall be subject to the Laws of England and construed in all respects as an English Contract.
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