Terms & Conditions
Global Commercials Exports Ltd operates under the following terms and conditions:
The supplier means GLOBAL COMMERCIALS EXPORTS LTD. The customer means the purchaser of the goods or services from the supplier.
a) All quotations and contracts are subject to English Law and the parties i.e. the Supplier and the Customer submit to the jurisdiction of the Courts of England.
b) Unless the Supplier expressly agrees in writing, the Conditions of Supply shall govern the sale of goods or supply of services by the Supplier to the Customer and the Supplier will not be bound by any variation, waiver of or addition to these conditions of the customer.
Unless otherwise specified in the contract, the price will not include any accessories, vehicle licence, tipping gear bodies, associated equipment, delivery or Value Added Tax. Value Added Tax will be payable at the rate set by HM Treasury at the date of invoice.
a) The customer shall make payment in full to the Supplier prior to delivery or collection of the vehicles, equipment or spare parts. All payments must be made by BAC/CHAPS Transfer, Cheque, Bankers Draft or Cash, all cheques will be cleared before goods are released.
b) In respect of any sale or supply, the Supplier reserves the right to charge interest on amounts not paid by the due date at the rate of 2% per month over Bank of England Base Rate until such time as the debt is paid.
a) Unless otherwise specified in the contract, second hand vehicles are sold in their existing condition and no guarantee or warranty is given, the Customer will be given the opportunity to inspect the vehicle which will include a road test prior to entering the contract. Unless otherwise specified in writing all recorded millimeter readings are not warranted.
a) Delivery dates specified by the Supplier are estimated in good faith but are approximate. Although the Supplier will endeavour to achieve the estimated delivery date, the Supplier does not guarantee such dates; this is a term of the sales contract.
Unless otherwise specifically stated or provided for in the contract, it is the Customers’ responsibility to ensure that any relevant statutory provisions are compiled with, prior to the Customer using any goods supplied by the Supplier.
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