Terms & Conditions

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Any purchase of goods from this site www.mac5uk.co.uk (hereafter THE MERCHANT SITE) requires the customer to consult and accept these terms and conditions. The click validating the order implies full acceptance of the terms and represents the customers’ “digital signature”

PURPOSE

These terms and conditions are intended to define the rights and obligations of the parties in the sales of goods proposed online by THE MERCHANT for the customer.

ORDER CONFIRMATION

All contractural information will be confirmed by email to the address specified by the customer during the purchasing act.

PROOF OF TRANSACTION

The records stores in THE MERCHANT’s computer systems under reasonable saftey conditions are considered proof of communications, orders and payments made between the parties.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information on THE MERCHANT SITE. THE MERCHANT or it’s suppliers shall not be held liable for the consequences, accidents or special damages arising from electronic transmissions or the accuracy of transmitted information, even in cases where THE MERCHANT was aware of the possibility of such damages. Manufacturer and brand names are only used for identification purposes. Product photos, descriptions and prices are non-contractural.

VALIDITY PERIOD OF OFFER AND PRICES

Our offers and prices are valid for the day the site is consulted and are subject to chang without notice.

RIGHT OF USE

The use of any trademarks, logos or brands present on the site is strictly forbidden.

FORCE MAJEURE

Neither party will be deemed to be in breach of any of its obligations under the agreement as a result of any delay in performing or any failure to perform any such obligations by reason of any cause or event beyond the parties’ control. A force majeure event includes, but is not limited to, any unforeseeable, inevitable, or unstoppable event, non-happening, omission or accident beyond the control of either party, despite all reasonable efforts made to the contrary. In addition to events usually recognised by thee British Courts, a force majeure event includes in particular (without limitation) the following: Strike, lockout, earthquake, fire,storm, flood,lightening, explosion, impossbilty of the public use of public or private telecommunications networks.

In such circumstances, the party delayed or unable to perform (“Delayed Party”) shall notify the other party (“Affected Party”) within ten (10) business days following the date such events become known.

Unless prevented due to force majeure, both parties will meet with three(3) months to examine the impact of the event and agree to the conditions under which the contract shall be continued. If the force majeure lasts longer the one (1) month, this agreement may be terminated by the injured party.

PARTIAL INVALIDITY

These terms and conditions remain valid and in force, even if one or more clauses are invalid or declared so under any law, regulation or following the final decision of a competent court.

NON WAIVER

No failure of either party to exercise any power given to it in these terms and conditions or to insist upon strict compliance by the other party with its obligations hereunder shall constitute a waiver of either party’s right to demand exact compliance with the terms hereof.