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This HACCP Food Safety Book, MAY NOT complete your entire requirements of Food Safety & HACCP for your business.
There may be other processes and procedures that you may need to implement for full compliance, please seek advice from your local Environmental Health Officer.
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In the event of the purchaser’s order containing special conditions, that order will only be accepted by The HACCP Food Safety Book on the understanding that those conditions are not at variance with our own, or if there is any variance, that such conditions have been waived by the purchaser.
Prices quoted are ‘Net Trade’ and are exclusive of Value Added Tax. Value Added Tax will be charged at the applicable rate at the date of despatch. Prices/charges will be those ruling at the date of despatch and, whilst every endeavour has been made to ensure the accuracy of prices quoted, no responsibility is accepted for any error or omissions. This includes information contained in any of The Company’s documentation or on any HACCP Food Safety Book website.
RISK IN THE GOODS & RETENTION OF TITLE
Risk in the Goods shall pass to the purchaser when the goods are delivered to, or collected by the purchaser or his agent. Property and title to the goods shall not pass to the purchaser until all sums, including interest or legal costs due or owing to The HACCP Food Safety Book or to its agents, however arising, have been received by The HACCP Food Safety Book’s bank and credited to The HACCP Food Safety Book’s account. The HACCP Food Safety Book reserves the right of passive retention, stoppage in transit, and the right of resale, of any goods when any said sums are due or owing.
Cancellation of a purchaser’s order can only be accepted after prior negotiation and agreement. In the event of any cancellation, the purchaser will be liable for all costs incurred to date.
All goods and information are supplied in good faith and the purchaser shall be responsible for ensuring the goods are appropriate for the purchaser’s applications. The HACCP Food Safety Book shall be under no liability in respect of any defects in the goods, which come about due to the acts, omissions, negligence or default of the buyer or its agents. This does not exclude or restrict the liability of The HACCP Food Safety Book for death or personal injury caused by negligence of The HACCP Food Safety Book.
A charge of 25% of invoice value or a minimum charge of £10.00, in respect of packaging and administration, may be levied on goods ‘Not Wanted’ or ‘Incorrectly Ordered’, or due to duplication resulting from a ‘Confirmation Order’ not endorsed to that effect. All goods returned under this category must be received in their original supplied condition and returned to The HACCP Food Safety Book, Captain’s House, 6 Bute Crescent, Cardiff, CF10 5AN within 30 days of the original invoice date. The purchaser will bear all costs of returning any goods. No goods that have been specifically manufactured to the purchaser’s requirements, can be returned for credit unless previously agreed with The HACCP Food Safety Book. This does not affect your statutory rights.
All contracts and transactions are subject to force majeure. CSS shall not be liable for any failure arising from circumstances beyond its control. For example, among others; Act of God, war, riot, explosion, fire, flood, strikes, supplier delays or Government action.
Purchaser’s are responsible, at their expense, for obtaining any licence and complying with any export regulations in force within the United Kingdom and in the country of destination.
LAW & JURISDICTION
All transactions and disputes will be governed in accordance with the law of England.