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Terms and Conditions

In these Terms and Conditions "Nextprint" means Nextprint Limited (Website www.copyshop.co.uk ) as the supplier of the goods and services.
 
I. Web-based Trading
1.

Nextprint makes available information, materials and products via www.copyshop.co.uk , subject to the following Terms and Conditions. By accessing any part of this site, you will be deemed to have accepted these Terms and Conditions in full. Nextprint reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions from time to time at its sole discretion. A contract is only accepted and entered into after Nextprint has accepted and confirmed the order.

2.

Any questions or comments concerning these conditions of use should be directed to Nextprint via sales@copyshop.co.uk.

3.

Under the Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 the Customer has a statutory right to cancel the order before this point without any cost. Any cancellation after the confirmation has been made must be by email. The Customer would then be entitled to a credit less any direct costs incurred by Nextprint up to the point of cancellation. Nextprint reserves the right to refuse to undertake any particular order or supply any individual or company.

 
II. Quotations
1.

All prices, quotations and estimates can be adjusted by Nextprint without any further notice. Customised estimates or quotations need to be confirmed in writing and assigned a designated reference number. All numbered estimates are valid for a period of 14 days from the date of issue.

2.

All orders, estimates and verbal quotations shall not be binding unless confirmed by E-mail from Nextprint after the Customer has supplied the files through the Internet delivery system and completed the appropriate Order Processing Nextprint may cancel an order at any time prior to delivery upon notice to the Customer.

 
III. Payement

Nextprint sends invoices by e-mail only. Receipt of the invoice is not required in order for the amount owed to become payable.

 
IV. Delivery and Price Variations
1.

Any time specified by Nextprint is approximate only and is not legally binding. If there is any delay in the delivery schedule, due to factors beyond the reasonable control of Nextprint, the Customer needs to be notified and given the opportunity to cancel the order and seek a full and unconditional refund. The refund shall include the relevant price premium.

2.

Nextprint shall have no liability for any loss (including loss of profit) costs, damages, charges or expenses caused directly or indirectly by the delay in the delivery. Under no circumstances will Nextprint be liable for any business related loss (which includes without limitation, any loss of contracts, loss of profits, loss of revenue or loss of anticipated savings in expenditure) as a result of either a breach of these terms by Nextprint or any of their approved agents. The limit of liability is the price of the job as agreed at the point of acceptance. If delivery cannot be executed there may be an additional delivery cost added to the overall charges or the consignment may be returned awaiting further instructions from the Customer.

 
V. Force Majeure
1.

Every effort will be made to carry out the contract but itís due performance is subject to cancellation by Nextprint or to such variation as it may find necessary as a result of an inability to secure labour, materials or supplies or as a result of any Act of God, War, Strike, Lockout or other labour dispute, Fire, Flood, Drought, Legislation or other cause beyond the control of Nextprint.

 
VI. Incorrect client address

If a shipment cannot be delivered due to a client having submitted incorrect address details, Nextprint shall charge additional dispatch costs for sending the products again. It is possible that the shipment is delivered at the original address provided by the client at a later date. In that case, Nextprint cannot be held responsible.

 
VII. Claims for compensation

A claim for compensation of the damage or losses must be submitted to sales@copyshop.co.uk no later than fourteen days after the buyer has discovered or could have reasonably discovered the damage. Any right to claim compensation lapses after expiry of the aforesaid period of fourteen (14) days.

 
VIII. Retention of title
1.

The proprietary rights of the goods delivered remain with Nextprint until the goods have been fully paid for and no other amounts are outstanding for other goods ordered by the client. If the sales of these goods form part of the client's ordinary commercial practice, he has the right to sell the goods delivered subject to retention of title to third parties. In this instance, the client hereby grants an undisclosed pledge to the claims obtained by him in respect of the sale of these goods. The client is obliged to provide a written overview of these outstanding claims (list of receivables), upon first request. Nextprint has the right to have this list registered at any given time.

2.

If the client fails to fulfil his payment obligations towards Nextprint, Nextprint has the right to repossess the goods that have been delivered subject to retention of title and hereby grants Nextprint an irrevocable authorisation to access the client's corporate grounds to that end. This right shall be without prejudice to any other rights of Nextprint in respect of payment default, including the right to exercise any rights of pledges. In the event of repossession, the client is obliged to render every assistance, subject to a fine of 10 percent per day, calculated on the basis of the invoice balance, for which payment has been demanded by or on behalf of Nextprint.

 
IX. Copyright

The Customer warrants that any design or other material furnished by it or any design material created by Nextprint pursuant to the Customerís instructions is and/or will not defamatory or obscene or be such as will cause Nextprint to infringe any intellectual property rights of any third party or any legislation for the time being in force in the United Kingdom in the performance of the order.

 
X. Applicable law; competent court; partial nullity

These General Terms and Conditions and all agreements subject to these General Terms and Conditions are governed by Dutch law. Only the Court District of 's Hertogenbosch is competent to take cognizance of disputes between Nextprint and its clients arising from agreements concluded subject to these General Terms and Conditions. If Nextprint commences proceedings, the court in the client's place of residence or business shall also be competent. If a provision in these General Terms and Conditions or in the agreements which are subject to these General Terms and Conditions is or becomes legally invalid, the remaining provisions in these General Terms and Conditions or agreements shall continue to apply in full and remain legally valid.

 
XI. Consumer rights

These terms and conditions do not and will not affect the statutory rights of a Consumer Customer.

 

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