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Lightspeed Business Solutions Limited & Standard Terms & Conditions of sale.

1. Definitions
  • "LBS" means Lightspeed Business Solutions Limited. Company No 3760270.
  • "The client" means the company or person to whom the estimate is addressed.
2. The "Terms & Conditions" apply to all contracts/ agreements between LBS and the client unless otherwise agreed in writing.
3. Payment
  • The client shall pay LBS for all goods/services supplied to the client. Payment terms are as follows:
  • For all bureau work, payment terms are 30 days from invoice date.
  • For CVision software sales, payment is with order for new customers and 21 days from invoice date for account customers.
  • VAT shall be paid by the client on all invoices in accordance with current rules and regulations relating to VAT. In the event of any invoices remaining unpaid for more than 30 days LBS reserve the right to charge interest on any outstanding sums from the invoice date to the date of payment at 5% above Natwest Bank base lending rate. LBS also reserve the right not to carry out any further work until all outstanding invoices and interest is paid in full.
  • Payment terms are subject to a satisfactory credit check and LBS reserves the right to vary terms until such checks have been carried out.
  • In the event that a client's procedure required that an invoice be submitted against a purchase order, the client shall be responsible for issuing such purchase order before the services are rendered.
  • All charges that are incurred by Lightspeed obtaining their payment via third party b2b e-invoicing services/solutions will be borne by the client.
4. Liability

Without prejudice LBS shall not be liable for loss or damage suffered by any person or company resulting from:

  • The destruction or disposal of the original documents.
  • The state of originals when received by LBS.
  • Faulty workmanship or delays other than those by LBS or its employees.
  • Any circumstances beyond the control of LBS.
  • The transit of the originals or the product.
  • Data loss from corrupt storage devices (CDs, DVDs, Pen drives, magnetic drives or any other portable device) as used by LBS for the return of clients images and data.
5. Acceptance of our service

If the client does not notify LBS in writing of any errors or omissions within 14 days of delivery, it will be deemed the client has accepted the product.

6. Destruction of original documents
  • LBS will not destroy the original documents except in accordance with this clause.
  • Unless the client gives LBS notice in writing to the contrary, destruction of the original documents will begin 3 weeks after the delivery of the product to the client.
  • If LBS retain the originals beyond the 3-week holding period whether at the client's request or otherwise LBS may charge the client for such storage at its usual rates.
  • If LBS are requested to deliver the originals to any other person other than the client LBS reserve the right to charge for this service.
7. Price Variation

LBS may vary the prices charged to the client to take account of the following:

  • Changes in prices charged to LBS for any goods/services supplied to the client or used in providing the supply.
  • Any goods/services to the client other than those agreed in the quotation upon notification beforehand.
  • The state or condition of the originals when received by LBS or any change from the original quotation or client specification at time of quotation.
  • Requests by the client for information/documents returned/emailed/faxed shall be at the clients cost unless otherwise agreed.
  • All other services not agreed within the quotation but requested by the client will be charged at Lightspeed current list price or 35.00 per hour.
8. Risk & Liability.

LBS shall be under no obligation to insure the documents. The documents are transported and stored at the client's risk at all times.

9. Law

These conditions shall be constructed in conjunction with the laws of England and The High Court of Justice in London shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute unless otherwise agreed by Lightspeed.

10. Direct, Indirect or Consequential Loss or Damage

Except as provided in section 2 of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 (liability for death or personal injury resulting from negligence) the seller accepts no responsibility in any circumstances for any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage however rising, which the buyer may sustain in connection with goods or services supplied under the contract whether such goods is/are of the LBS own manufacture or not.