Terms & Conditions


In these terms and conditions of sale:
The "Company" means Standard One Property Developments Ltd, the "Goods" includes goods and services and means any item of whatsoever nature which is to be sold by the Company and shall, where the context so admits, include the installation of that item and the accessories, materials and labour necessary to complete that installation.

The "Compensation Event" is a variation to the original specification, scope of works or other factor that adjusts the cost.
The "Purchaser" means the person, firm or body corporate which buys or has agreed to buy the goods.

These terms and conditions of sale shall apply to and form part of every contract of sale entered into by the Company. All orders are accepted and executed on the understanding that the Purchaser is bound by these terms and conditions of sale. Where there is any inconsistency between these terms and conditions of sale and any conditions which the Purchaser seeks to impose, these terms and conditions of sale shall prevail.


1) All orders are accepted by "Standard One Property Developments Ltd" subject to the following "terms and conditions" and in the event of any conflict or inconsistency between these "terms and condition" and the terms of any order placed with the Company, these terms and conditions shall prevail unless otherwise agreed in writing by an officer of the Company duly authorized to do so.


2) It is a condition of the Company's acceptance of this order that the payments terms are strictly adhered to by the Buyer. VAT (or other taxes prevailing) is to be paid by the Buyer. Payment for goods supplied is due within thirty (30) days of invoice, unless otherwise agreed by the Company. Any nonpayment of sums due shall amount to a fundamental breach of this contract in which case the Company shall be entitled to keep any monies previously paid and to repossess any goods or works supplied or completed. NO claims will be accepted unless notified to the Company in writing within seven (7) days of receipt of invoice.

Cancellation of Orders:

3) The Company shall be under no obligation to accept cancellation of any order or any part thereof at any time after acceptance of the same, provided that the Company may at its discretion accept such cancellation upon such terms as shall in the Company's opinion be appropriate fully and effectively to compensate the Company for any loss that the Company would otherwise thereby suffer and the Company shall in such event be entitled to apply the whole or part of any deposit money or other sum as shall at such time have been paid to the Company in respect of such order to the refurbishment of the Company in respect of such loss.

Force Majeure:

4a) The Company shall not be responsible for any loss or delay resulting from strikes, lock cuts, damage or other materials after delivery, damage resulting from fire, flood, damp, or heat or otherwise howsoever from circumstances beyond the Companies control, whether such loss shall be direct, indirect or consequential or of any other nature, nor shall the company be responsible for and loss howsoever arising from any delivery delay.
b) Compensation events which only affect the quantities of works shown in the Price List/Scope of Works, the change to the Prices is assessed by the multiplying the changed quantities of work by the appropriate rates in the Price List. Other compensation events, the prices are assessed by the forecasting the effect of a compensation event has already occurred, the assessment is based upon the Subcontractor's Cost due to the event which the Subcontractor has incurred. Effects on Subcontractors Cost are separate for: People, Plant and Materials, Subcontracted Work and Equipment. The Subcontractor shows how each of these effects is built up in each quotation for a compensation event. The percentages for overheads and profit stated in the Subcontractors Offer are applied to the assessed effect of the event on the Subcontractor's cost.Buyer, in the absence of agreement to the contrary in writing.
c) The effects of compensation events upon the Subcontractor's Cost are assessed at open market or competitively tendered prices with deductions for all discounts, rebates and taxes which can be recovered. The following are deducted from the assessment of compensation events: (i) The cost of events for which this subcontract requires the Subcontractor to insure and (ii) other costs paid to the Subcontractor by insurers


5) Time shall not be of the essence of any contract between the Company and the Buyer, in the absence of agreement to the contrary in writing.


6) The Company shall be entitled at its discretion to employ any sub-contractor or any sub-contractors to carry out all or any part of the works to the subject of the contract.

Storage Costs:

7) The Company reserves the right to charge storage at such rate as the company shall from time to time determine where the customer shall delay start or delivery for more than one (1) month after the date of delivery requested by the Buyer.

Passing Of Property:

8a) Unless otherwise agreed in writing between the seller and the Buyer property in title in goods shall not pass to the Buyer until the whole price due in terms of the contract has been received by the seller.
Until the whole price has been paid, the Buyer will hold in store the goods (in so far as the goods or any of them have not been sold by it) in a manner that clearly distinguishes them from other goods of the Buyer and indicates that they are in fact owned by the seller and not by the Buyer.
b) The Buyer shall not sell or dispose of any individual consignment of or delivery of the goods save as agent for the seller until the whole price therefore and all other sums due in terms of the contract have been received by the seller and, in the event of any sale or disposal by the Buyer, the Buyer will ensure that these conditions of sale are expressly incorporated into the relative contract with the party buying otherwise acquiring such of the goods from the Buyer as aforesaid. The Buyer will hold the proceeds of such a sale as agent for the seller and will not be entitled to treat such funds as its own.
c) On the expiry of any agreed credit limit referred to in the contract, if the seller shall not have received payment in full for the goods works, or:
i) A receiver, administrator, manager or provisional liquidator is appointed over the whole or any part of the Buyer, or
ii) A resolution is passed or a petition is presented for the winding up of the Buyer, or
iii) The Buyer commits an act of bankruptcy or becomes apparently insolvent, or his estate is sequestrated or the benefit of a voluntary trust deed has been granted by or on behalf of the Buyer whereby his estate is conveyed to the trustee for the benefit of his creditors generally, or the Buyer enters into any voluntary arrangement with his creditors, the seller shall be entitled to require the Buyer at the Buyer's own expense to return to the seller the goods and should the buyer fail to do so, the seller is irrevocably authorized by the buyer without notice to enter any premises in which the goods are situated for the purpose of collecting and removing such of the goods and the Buyer shall be responsible for (and shall on demand reimburse the seller with) all the seller's costs and expenses in connection with such collection and removal.
d) Sub-Clauses a, b and c of this clause shall be constructed and receive effect as a separate clause of these conditions.
9) Where the buyer shall have committed an act of bankruptcy (or being body corporate shall be the subject of a receiving or winding up order) and property in the goods or materials the subject or part thereof of this contract shall not have passed to the buyer, the buyer shall within seven (7) days of such act or give notice in writing of the same to the company and shall afford the company reasonable opportunity and access to re-posses the said goods or materials.
10) The company shall be entitled to charge and the buyer shall pay the company value added tax (VAT) ( or such tax as shall from time to time be imposed by law) in respect of goods and materials supplied and work done at the rate prevailing at the time of issue of the invoice.


11) In the event that the buyer shall fail to make payment of any sum or sums due to the company upon the payment date the company reserves the right to charge interest on overdue amounts at the rate of 2% per month. Such interest shall be calculated daily and shall accrue from day to day.

Technical Literature and Specifications:

12) All descriptions and particulars furnished in price lists, literature and any other documents issued by the company are for the purpose of general information only and do not constitute a warranty or representation as to dimensions, performance, quality or any other attributes and the company reserves the right to make such changes from time to time in the specification of its products and in the constitution of its product range as the company sees fit.

Intellectual Property Rights:

13) The Company shall be entitled to write or affix its name and address on the goods/works in accordance with trade custom and the Buyer shall not thereafter remove or deface the same or interfere in any way with any intellectual property notices affixed by the Company to the goods.
14a) The Company shall indemnify the Buyer against any claim for infringement of Intellectual Property Rights arising directly from the sale by the Company of the goods, provided that any damages payable by the Company shall exclude damages of a consequential nature and that the liability of the Company shall be limited to payment of a reasonable royalty to the owner of such intellectual property rights. This indemnity shall not be apply to any infringement caused by the Company having used or followed any design or instruction or given by the buyer or to any use of the goods/works in any manner or for any purpose or in any country which shall have been specifically prohibited by the Company or to any infringement which is due to the use of the goods within or in association or combination with any other equipment not supplied by the Company.
b) The Buyer shall give the Company the earliest possible written, fax or emailed notice of any claim being made or action threatened or brought against him in relation to alleged infringement of any Intellectual Property Rights and shall (if the company requests) permit the Company at its own expense to conduct any ensuring litigation and/or negotiations in relation to defenses or settlement of such claim.
c) Any design, specification or instruction furnished or given to the Company by the or on behalf of the Buyer shall not be such as may cause the Company to infringe any Intellectual Property Rights vested in any third party.
d) For the purpose of this clause, "Intellectual Property Rights" shall mean patents, registered designs, design rights, registered trademarks and copyright.
e) The Company hereby gives notice to the Buyer that any infringement or threatened infringement of the Company's Intellectual Property Rights by the buyer or any part to whom the goods shall be on-sold by the Buyer will be treated by the Company as a breach of these Conditions of Sale and will be delt with accordingly.

Governing Law:

16) The contract shall be governed and construed in accordance with the Laws of the United Kingdom and any disputes arising shall be determined by the Courts of the United Kingdom.
17) Any relaxation or modification of any condition as herein contained, shall not act to release the Buyer from any such condition or obligation therein contained and notwithstanding any such, the Company shall be entitled to enforce the contract as being the only contract between the parties hereto.

July, 2015

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