Terms and Conditions
For sales placed through Watts of Westminster, please refer to their own Terms & Conditions.
For sales made directly through Zardi & Zardi, such as our tapestry reproductions, the following Terms & Conditions apply:
Throughout these conditions Zardi & Zardi Ltd is the “Seller”, and the business or person placing the order is the “Buyer”.
All prices are subject to VAT payable by the Buyer at the rate prevailing at the time of the invoice. The prices given in a price list may be altered in writing by the Seller at any time to take reasonable account of changes in the market conditions or costs.
All invoices are due for settlement by the Buyer within 30 days of the date of the invoice. Late payment may attract interest at 4% over HSBC base rate.
Any time given for delivery is an estimate only, and although all reasonable steps will be taken to meet the estimate, the Seller will not be held responsible for damage or loss arising directly or indirectly out of delay. Rate for carriage and delivery are available on request. If goods supplied by the Seller are in any way not in accordance with the order by the Buyer, the Buyer must notify the Seller in writing within seven working days of delivery.
The Seller does not give or imply any warranty as regards as to the quality or suitability of the goods, unless specifically and separately done so in writing upon request and after having been appraised of all relevant details concerning proposed usage of the goods.
The goods supplied remain the property of the Seller until fully paid for. During the period between supply of the goods by the Seller and payment by the Buyer, the Buyer is fully responsible for care and condition of the goods. In the event of the Buyer going into receivership, liquidation or a voluntary administration agreement, the Buyer’s right to possession ceases, and the Seller may demand immediate return of the goods.
Return Of Goods
The Seller will accept the return of the goods provided that the goods are returned in the same condition as supplied, and that the Seller has agreed in advance to their return. If the Buyer returns the goods because of a change of requirements or cancellation, the Seller may apply a surcharge of up to 20% of the value of the goods to cover the cost of transport and restocking.
In the event of circumstances falling within the meaning of Force Majeure, including such circumstances affecting the Seller’s suppliers, the Seller shall be relieved of all liabilities caused by such circumstances.
English Law will govern all contracts between the Seller and the Buyer.