PEOPLEVOX LIMITED (“The Seller”)

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

1. THE SELLERS CONDITIONS TO PREVAIL

These Conditions of Sale shall override any terms or conditions stipulated, incorporated

or referred to by the Buyer whether in the order or in any negotiations preceding

the information of the contract.

2. PRICE

All orders accepted and quotations made are on the basis that if delivery is to

be made in more than six months time after acceptance of order the Seller may at

any time before dispatch discuss prices of such goods with the Buyer and if the

Buyer and Seller cannot in such cases agree the prices to be charged either party

may, on one months written notice to the other (sent by prepaid first class letter

post to the other) rescind the contract in respect of orders unfulfilled at the

date of such rescission and subject thereto such goods (and where appropriate) delivery

shall be charged at the prices ruling at the date of despatch and the Buyer shall

pay the then ruling charges. Where appropriate Value Added Tax at the current rate

shall be payable by the Buyer in addition.


3. PAYMENT

Payment is due strictly cash on delivery unless credit has been arranged then payment

is 30 days from date of invoice. Interest will be charged, currently at 2% per month

or part thereof, on the balance outstanding as from the date of invoice, in respect

of all monies, which remain outstanding after one calendar month.

4. TIME LIMIT FOR DELIVERY

Time shall not be of the essence as far as delivery of goods by the Seller is concerned

and by agreeing to deliver goods by a specific date the Seller shall not be deemed

to have waived the benefit of this condition.


5. SPECIFICATION AND DRAWING SUITABILITY

(a) The buyer shall be responsible for the contents of all plans particulars and

other information supplied by it to the Seller and for any discrepancies, inconsistencies,

errors or omissions therein.


(b) The suitability of the goods is the Buyers responsibility and unless specifically

sated in writing by the Seller no warranty or condition is given or implied concerning

fitness for the purpose for which the goods are to be used.


6. PRINTING AND DESIGN

In the case of printed goods the Seller is not to be responsible or liable for any

errors in proofs which have been passed by the Buyer and any charges incurred by

the Seller in the preparation of special tools, sketches, printing blocks, etc.

shall be charged extra. The Buyers property stored or used by the Seller shall be

at the Buyers risk. The Buyer warrants that the use of any trade mark copyright

material or other designs supplied by the Buyer or utilised at the Buyers request

will not be an infringement of the trade mark or copyright or rights of any third

party and in the event of infringement will indemnify the Seller against any claim

arising there from. The Buyer shall indemnify the Seller in respect of third party

rights where design is supplied by the Seller. The Seller reserves the right to

dispose of any artwork and printing plates if no orders relating there to are placed

with the Seller within the preceding four years.


7. TOLERANCE

Although the Seller shall make reasonable efforts to supply the number and kind

of goods contracted for, nevertheless the Seller shall be entitled to a tolerance

of 10% in the number and size of the goods, and gauge of material agreed. In the

event of the Seller supplying more goods than agreed the Buyer shall pay extra for

such excess on a pro rata basis and in the event of the Seller supplying fewer goods

than agreed the Buyer shall only pay for the quantity supplied, and shall consider

the order complete.


8. DISPUTES

The Buyer shall within 14 days of delivery of goods inform the Seller in writing

of any discrepancies concerning the goods. In default of such notification, the

Buyer shall be deemed to have accepted the goods.


9. DESPATCHES BY INSTALMENTS

Every despatch of goods made by the Seller shall be deemed to have been made in

respect of a contract different from other despatches of goods (notwithstanding

that the Seller may have contracted to despatch all goods in one consignment) and

so that


(a) The Buyer shall be liable to pay the Seller for the price attribute to the goods

so despatched (notwithstanding that the Seller shall not have fulfilled the remaining

part of any contract)


(b) The Buyer shall not be entitled to cancel the whole or any part of any order

or contract and


(c) The Seller subject as herein provided shall remain liable to the Buyer in respect

of other goods yet to be dispatched


10. THE BREACH

(a) The Buyer will be treated as having repudiated the contract if it:

  • (i) Becomes insolvent: or
  • (ii) Commits a serious breach or one, which is not remedied within 7 days of beingasked to do so.

 

(b) The Buyer may be treated as having repudiated the contract if it:

  • Does not make payment when due: or
  • (ii) Fails to accept delivery or give delivery instructions

 

(c) If the Buyer repudiates the contract:

  • All invoices sent to it must be paid immediately
  • (ii) The price of all goods not invoiced but delivered by the Seller or manufactureror ordered for sale to the Buyer must be paid immediately.
  • (iii) The Seller will be released from all future obligations under all contracts.

 

(d) The buyer may be treated as insolvent if:

  • It is a company, which has a petition for winding up, or administration presentedagainst it or passes a resolution for winding up
  • (ii) A receiver of any of its assets is appointed
  • (iii) It convenes a meeting of its creditors
  • (iv) It (or any of its partners) becomes bankrupt
  • (v) It is unable to pay its debts (defined in Ss 123 or 268 Insolvency Act 1986)
  • (vi) One of its creditors tries to serve on it a document purporting to be statutory

11. OWNERSHIP

(a) The goods remain the Sellers property (even after delivery) until:

  • The Buyer pays all that is may owe the Seller
  • (ii) The Buyer sells them (at arms length to a customer not connected within itself)

 

(b) The Buyer may use or sell the goods (but not if it is insolvent or the Seller

tells it to return them) but only if the proceeds of the sell are held in trust

for the Seller and paid into a separate account which may not be overdrawn for the

Seller.


(c) While the goods belong to the Seller:

  • The Buyer will hold them as the Sellers fiduciary agent and ballie (but may notcommit the Seller to any liability under any contract); and
  • (ii) The Buyer will store them safely and separately from other goods.


(d) When the goods belong to the Buyer but are under the Sellers control then, if

the Buyer becomes insolvent or fails to pay the Seller when it should have, the

Seller has (in addition to its rights under Ss 38-48 Sale of Goods Act 1979)

  • A lien on the goods
  • (ii) A right of stoppage in transit, and
  • (iii) A right of resale as the Buyers agent


(e) The Seller may sue the Buyer for payment whether or not property in the goods

has passed.


12. FORCE MAJEURE

(a) The due performance of the contract is subject to cancellation or variation

by the Seller as a result of any default whatsoever on the part of the Sellers own

suppliers or the inability to secure labour, materials or supplies as a result of

any act of God, war, riot or civil disturbance, strike, lockout or any other labour

dispute, fire, flood, drought or accident, legislation, requisitioning or other

act or order by any government department, council or any other duly constituted

authority, or any other cause beyond the Sellers control, in such an event, no liability

shall attach to the Seller by reason of cancellation or variation of any contract.

(b) Deliveries may be wholly or partially suspended and the time of such suspension

to the original contract in the event of stoppage, delay or interruption of work,

in the establishment of the Seller during the delivery period as a result of any

of the clauses set out in subparagraph (a) or any cause whatsoever beyond the control

of the Seller.

13. RISK AND DAMAGE IN TRANSIT


(a) From the time of despatch of the goods from the Seller to the Buyer the risk

of any loss or damage to or deterioration of the goods from whatever cause shall

be borne by the Buyer

(b) If the Seller undertakes delivery of the goods it shall not be liable:-

  • For any loss, damage, deviation, delay or detention of the goods in the course oftransit, or for misdelivery or short delivery unless the Buyer gives to the Sellerand to the Carrier within 3 days of receipt of the goods a written notice of theBuyers complaint:
  • (ii) For non-delivery or non-arrival of the whole of any consignment of the goodsor of any separate package unless the Buyer shall give to the Seller and to theCarrier a written notice thereof within 4 days of the date of notification of thedespatch of the goods

14. CLAIMS GENERALLY

In no circumstances shall the Seller be liable for consequential loss or for any

claims relating to the condition of goods stored by the Buyer for more than 3 months.

15. RETURNS, CANCELLATIONS AND REPLACEMENTS OF DEFECTIVE GOODS

Once a contract is signed by the submission of a purchase order, no goods may be returned except at the complete discretion of the seller.

In the event where the seller accept a return of non-defective units:

  • A returns number is to be obtained by the buyer which must be attached to each box returned. The goods must be in the originalmanufacturer’s packaging, complete with all parts. Software must have the seal in tact.
  • If the seller believes the damage was caused during transit to the seller, the buyer is liable for the total cost of the goods.
  • A restocking fee of 25% is due from the buyer to seller if the seller accepts the return of goods.