TERMS OF BUSINESS

Interlink Lighting (UK) Ltd – Registered in Scotland 354449 – (hereinafter called “the Company”) 

GENERAL

All orders are accepted subject to our standard conditions of sale as herein printed. Unless expressly accepted in writing any qualifications of these conditions in a client’s form must be deemed to be, and will be treated as, inapplicable.

Unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Company, these conditions which supersede any earlier sets of conditions appearing in the Company’s literature or elsewhere shall override any terms or conditions stipulated, incorporated or referred to by the client whether in the order or in any negotiations notwithstanding any stipulation to the contrary.

PRICES

All orders received by the Company will be executed subject to prices ruling at date of dispatch, and any price list published or not shall not affect the right of the company to charge for goods in accordance with this clause. Verbal quotations shall be affected by these conditions whilst written quotations, unless specifically stating a period of validity, shall in effect be withdrawn.

MINIMUM ORDER VALUE – SUPPLY ONLY

£100.00 Carriage paid

CANCELLATIONS

Any cancellation of an order must be in writing and verbal cancellations will not be accepted. Cancellation of any specifically manufactured goods or specifically specialised goods may not always be possible, and the client will be held for any costs incurred.

TERMS OF PAYMENT

Unless the client has an approved credit account with the Company, payment in full must be made in advance of delivery of any goods or the performance of any services by the Company. Any client wishing to open a credit account with the Company, must make application in such form as the Company may from time to time require and must furnish two trade references and banker’s reference satisfactory to the Company.  The Company shall be entitled to refuse any such application and at any time to revoke without notice any credit facilities, which it may previously have allowed and in either case to give reasons for its action or not as it shall think fit. If a client maintains a credit account, payment for goods supplied and services rendered within the terms of an order shall become due upon the substantial completion of the order and upon presentation of any invoice by the Company.  Payment shall be made within thirty days of the date of invoice failing which the unpaid amount shall bear interest from the end of the said period of thirty days until payment at the rate of 2% per annum above the base rate for the time being of the Bank of England, both before and after judgement.  All payments shall be in sterling and shall be remitted to the Company at 114 St. Andrews Road, Glasgow, G41 1PF, Scotland.

DELIVERY RISK & TITLE

The client shall check all quantities of goods delivered against any delivery note or other document which may be produced at the time of delivery by the Company’s supplier or agent. Any shortages or damage must be reported to the Company forthwith, failing which, the client shall be deemed to have received all the goods specified in the delivery note or other document and be liable for any deficiency in accordance with the remaining provisions of this clause. All goods delivered to the client’s premises in advance of installation work shall, after delivery, be the responsibility and at the risk of the client.  The client shall be liable for any theft, loss, damage or destruction howsoever caused to the goods so delivered and/or to any plant tools or other equipment of the Company left at the client’s premises for the purposes of carrying out the installation of the goods. Notwithstanding installation and/or delivery of any goods, title to such goods shall pass to the client only upon payment in full of the relevant purchase price together with the interest (if any) thereon and all other sums (if any) due to the Company by the client of whatever nature and whether arising out of this contract or any other arrangement or transaction.

RETURNS & FAULTY GOODS

No return of goods which are not defective will be accepted without our Returns Order Number, which must be obtained within 14 days from date of invoice. Such returns are to be sent carriage paid by client and a 25% handling charge will be deducted from credit issued for all stock items. Any manufactured or specifically specialised goods ordered in on behalf of the client to complete an order will be subject to a higher handling charge up to 50% of the goods order value.

SPECIFICATIONS

The Company hereby reserves the right to substitute the goods of one manufacturer for goods of another but of the same fitness quality and specification, notwithstanding that the goods of one manufacturer only are quoted in the accepted order.

INSTALLATION

The quotation takes no account of contingency costs and the Company reserves the right to charge the client for any extra costs occasioned by the Company by reason of delay in the performance of the contract, excessive movement of materials or any other difficulty caused by adverse circumstances not specified in the quotation and/or the client’s order.  Where any quotation includes a charge for erection and installation, such charge is based on the assumption that sites are clean and level and offer reasonable access.

LIABILITY

The Company will not be liable for any personal injury or death however caused, arising from the supply of goods or services except where such injury or death is shown to result from negligence of the Company or its employees or agents.

The Company shall not be liable for any defects in workmanship, for any delay or any other shortcomings in the services supplied by the Company to the client except, in the case of defects in workmanship only, if it is shown that such defects were the direct result of negligence on the part of the Company.  In any event, the liability of the Company shall not exceed the cost of remedying the defects in workmanship and the Company shall not be liable for any loss consequent upon such defects.

In relation to any goods supplied to the client, the Company gives no warranties and is bound by no conditions, whether as to the quality, fitness, description or specification or otherwise howsoever save insofar as such warranties & conditions are implied by statute may not be excluded.

Provided the client has notified the Company as required by the liability second sub-paragraph above, the Company will, at the request & cost of the client, pass on to the client the benefit of the guarantee (if any) which the Company may have received from the supplier of the goods in question.

Any statements, oral or written, made prior to the acceptance of the client’s order as to the specifications or performance of any equipment, any saving of energy likely to result from any installation and the time within which any installation may be completed, are to be regarded as estimates only and do not form any part of any contract between the Company and the client.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

All drawings, illustrations, diagrams, descriptions and other information or literature submitted by the Company shall remain the property of the Company (or its supplier).  The client shall not without the Company’s (or suppliers) previous consent in writing, disclose any of the foregoing to any third party.

FORCE MAJEURE

In the event of the Company’s contract with the client being cancelled, delayed, interrupted or otherwise restricted by force majeure, lockout, strikes of workmen or any other cause whatsoever beyond the control of the Company, the Company shall be at liberty to defer the date of the installation and delivery or to cancel the order. If the contract is cancelled under this provision:

  • The Company shall be entitled to payment for all the goods previously supplied and installed under the contract and to payment of a proportion of the price specified in the contract for installation or other work to be performed by the Company equal to the proportion of the work completed at the date of cancellation shall bear to the whole of such work; and
  • The client shall have no right to claim for any loss or damage occasioned by such cancellation.

TERMINATION

If the client has a judgement recorded against them and if a distress or execution is levied or if the client’s landlord threatens or takes steps to levy a distress upon the client’s goods or if the client shall commit and act of bankruptcy or shall enter into a deed of assignment or composition or arrangement for the benefit of his creditors or if the client shall have a receiver or manager appointed over any of his property or assets  or if (being a company) any resolution or petition to wind up such company (otherwise for amalgamation or reconstruction) shall be passed or presented or if a receiver of any of the client’s property or assets shall be appointed then Company may stop any goods in transit or services and may forthwith determine the contract.  If the contract is terminated under this provision

  • The Company shall be entitled to payment for all the goods previously supplied and installed under the contract and to payment of a proportion of the price specified in the contract for installation or other work to be performed by the Company equal to the proportion of the work completed at the date of cancellation shall bear to the whole of such work; and
  • The client shall have no right to claim for any loss or damage occasioned by such cancellation.

NOTICES

Any notice required to be given hereunder shall be in writing and shall be deemed to be served if sent by prepaid first class post or by fax or email to the Company at 114 St. Andrews Road, Glasgow G41 1PF Scotland, or (as the case may be) to the client at its registered office for the time being or (if the client is an individual or partnership) at their place of business as specified in the quotation and/or order, or subsequently notified to the Company.

LAW

These conditions shall be subject to and governed in all respect by Scots Law.

  • Complaints Procedure

    We are committed about getting every job right, every time!

    In the unlikely event you feel we’ve not got it 100% right then please let us know immediately using our contact form where a Director will be informed of your complaint.

    All complaints should be made in writing where possible so we can record them & investigate the compliant & provide a satisfactorily solution.  They should be directed to you point of contact within Interlink or put for the attention of a Director.

    We have a comprehensive complaints procedure that is independently inspected and monitored by the  NICEIC trade association to guarantee standards.