Terms & Conditions:

(A)"Conditions" Means these conditions of sales
(B)"Order" Means the buyer’s written order or verbal order for the supply of goods incorporating these terms.
(C)"Goods" Means the good agreed in the quote or purchase order or invoice to be supplied to the   buyer by the company
(D)"Buyer" Means the person, firm, subcontractor or company placing the order with the company either in written contract or verbally
(E)“The Company” Means Cameron Joinery Ltd with whom the buyer makes the contract
(a) These conditions are the only conditions upon which the company is prepared to deal with the purchaser and they shall govern the contract to the entire exclusion of all terms and conditions sought to be imposed by the buyer.
(b) Each order for goods by the buyer from the company shall be deemed to be an offer by the buyer to purchase goods subject to these terms and conditions. The company shall not be bound by any order not accepted by it, as evidenced by the issue of the sales invoice.
(a) We require 50% deposit and the remaining 50% to be cleared before delivery of goods
(b) If company delivers goods by instalments (this is deemed as separate contract) and the buyer must pay for those goods delivered.
(c) If the buyer has chosen to have the goods fitted by the company all goods delivered should be paid for and the remaining balance for fitting to be paid upon completion.
(d)The buyer shall pay the price, together with all other sums due under the contract
(e) The buyer may not hold any payments of any amount due to the company by reason of any right of set off or counter claim, which the buyer may have for any reason whatever
(f) If payment is not made by the date and is still overdue, or payment has been received later than the due date the company shall be entitled to recover form the buyer interest on any amount for which credit is greater amount terms at the rate of 2% per 30 day or at any tae currently in force of a greater amount on the invoice. In addition any legal or any consequential costs incurred by the company in taking action to recover a debt shall be payable in full by the purchaser.
(g) The company reserves the tight to demand full or partial payment before proceeding further with a contract if any monies are not paid on the due date. A tolerance of an over due situation does not in any way diminish the right to impose the condition.
(h) If the buyer defaults in payment, the vendor may in addition to other rights hereunder suspend performance of or terminate the contract and may also cancel any other contracts with the buyer without incurring any liability to the buyer in respect of such cancellation without prejudice to the companies compensation.
(i) If the arrangements for payment or credit of the buyer become unsatisfactory by the, by notice to the buyer make all the purchase price of all goods despatched or invoiced by the company  become forthwith due an the buyer all be entitled to suspend or cancel further deliveries on any contract without prejudice to any other tights to the company.
(j) Any additional costs or loss of profit incurred by the company as the result of delay, suspension or cancellation pursuant to this clause shall be for the account of the buyer.
(a) The company will use all reasonable means to deliver the goods within the time specified by the company in the contract or verbally by either the company or their sub contractors. Whilst the company will us all reasonable endeavours to estimate the time and date of delivery accurately, delivery times are not to be constructed as forming part of the contract. The buyer shall not be entitled to refuse to accept goods in the event of the company being hindered or delayed in completing the contract in whole or part by the estimated delivery date.
(b) The company shall not be liable for any loss whatsoever or howsoever arising caused by any failure to deliver goods by the estimated delivery date.
(c) The company may deliver goods by instalments and each delivery shall be treated as a separate contract. The buyer shall accept delivery of the goods when delivered by on behalf of the of the vendor and shall provide all instructions required to enable delivery to be carried out.
(e) If the buyer shall fail to provide such information the vendor may cancel delivery and take such steps, as it considers necessary to dispose of the goods. The purchaser shall indemnify the vendor fully against any costs incurred by the vendor as a result of such action or delay.
Additional Charges
(a)  Any delay in acceptance of the goods by the buyer may incur penal rent charges and storage charges. The buyer is solely responsible for these charges.
(b)  The company may in its absolute discretion charge delivery costs against the purchaser, if an order has been dispatched, and the buyer does not accept delivery, or is not present to accept order.
The Company will not be liable for loss or damage of the goods during transit unless the company is notified within 3 days of delivery or (in the case of non delivery) within 7 days from the date of the receipt of invoice.
The company warrants that the goods will be of merchantable quality and will comply with their description, subject to normal trade tolerances; any claim in respect of this warrant must however be notified to the company before the goods are used and in any case within 7 days after delivery
Upon fitting the company is not liable nor will be held responsible for making goods & architraves around window / doors / staircases or any other goods unless agreed beforehand.
The buyer assumes responsibility for the goods being reasonably suitable for the purpose for which they are required.
If any goods are ready for delivery but are held back at the buyer’s request or the buyer fails to accept delivery, the company may require the buyer to pay reasonable storage charges (as determined by the company) after the expiry of 7 days from the date the buyer being notified that the goods are ready for despatch
(a) Goods in any order or instalment of order remain, will all legal and beneficial or equitable interest, the property of the company until all payment is received in full of all sums owed by the buyer on any account whatsoever.
(b) If goods belonging to the company are united in any way with those of the buyer the product thereof shall become and shall be deemed for all purposes to be the property of any person or persons other than the buyer therein the product thereof shall become and shall be deemed for al purpose to be owned in common with that of the person or those other persons.
(c) The buyer in accepting delivery of any goods before payment is thereby deemed irrevocably to authorise the company to reposes any or all such goods when and if payment is not made in accordance with these terms. Of business or at any time if the buyer commits any act which, if committed by an individual, would amount to an act of bankruptcy.  The buyer herby grants to the company full and irrevocable authority to repossess and to enter the buyers’ or subcontractor’s premises or building sites during business hours causing unnecessary damage, to effect repossession.
(d) Payment in full for the goods shall include the amount of any interest or other sum payable under which the goods were delivered. Until such suns have been paid the purchaser holds the goods as bailey for the company whilst acting as such bails the buyer shall not pledge or allow any lain or charge to be created over the goods or any document of title thereto and will not deal with the goods except in ordinary course of business.
(d) If any goods are sold by the buyer before all sums owed to the company by the buyer on any account whatsoever have been paid in full, the buyer shall be deemed to be acting on such sale as agent for the company and shall receive the proceeds of sale and shall immediately pay the entire proceeds of sale into a fiduciary account with his bankers and advise them that he holds the entire proceeds of sale upon a immediate trust to pay the same to the company and that not until payment to the company of the agreed price shall he be entitled to transfer any profit thereon to any other account. The buyer shall not mix such proceeds with any other monies and shall not pay the cheques or cash thereon into an overdrawn bank account.9
(a) The following provisions govern the company entire liability (including liability for the acts and omissions of its employees, agents & sub contactors) to the buyer is respect of any:
(1) Any breach of its contractual obligations under the contract
(2) Any representation, statement or tortuous omission (including negligence) arising under or in connection with the contract, save that any exclusions or limitations shall not apply in the case of fraud or fraudulent concealment.
(3) Any act or omission on the part of the vendor or its employees, agents or sub-contractors failing within clause 3(1) a, above shall, for the purpose of this clause, be known as an “event of default”. If a number of event of default give rise to substantially the same loss they shall be regarded as giving rise to only one claim under the contract.
(4) The companies’ liability to the buyer for death or personal injury arising from its negligence shall not be limited.
(5) The company shall not be liable to the buyer in respect:
1.  Of loss of profits, loss of operations, loss of contacts, loss of market share or loss of good will
2.  Increased cost or expenses
3.  Any type of special, indirect or consequential loss. Including such loss or damaged suffered by the buyer as a result of any action brought by the third party, even if such loss was reasonably foreseeable or the company had been advised of the possibility of the buyer incurring it.
4.  The company shall have no liability to the buyer in respect of an event of default, unless the purchaser serves notice of the same upon the buyer within 6 months of the date it became aware, which ever is the earlier.
5.  Unless stated otherwise, the companies liability in contract, tort, breach of statutory duty or otherwise, including any liability for negligence, however caused arising out or in connection with the contract shall be limited to the price, in respect of any event of default
(a) As items are made to measure bespoke products once orders are placed they cannot be altered, suspended or cancelled. 
(b) The buyer will in the event of agreed cancellation by the buyer indemnify the company full against all expenses incurred up to the time of such cancellation.
If the purchaser commits any breach of these conditions or not being limited company becomes bankrupt or compounds or makes or attempts to make any arrangements with it creditors or if, being a limited company. Calls a meeting of crediting, goes in to liquidation whether compulsory or voluntary, or has a receiver appointed of its assets, then and in any such case without notice, the vendor may; A} withhold delivery may re-sell any goods not pad for in fill and thee purchaser shall repay any loss sustained to the vendor. Any deposit paid by the purchaser shall be forfeit to the vendor. Any monies outstanding on any account from the buyer shall become immediately due and payable. The buyer will be liable for any losses or costs incurred by the company in the determination of contracts or accounts; and B} exercise a right of set for any amount lawfully due and payable to the purchaser by the vendor against any amount due to the company by the buyer
13) LAW
The formation, existence, construction, performance, validity and all aspect of the contract shall be governed by and constructed in accordance with the law of England and the parties submit to the existence jurisdiction of the English Courts.