Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale
We will accept each item of information and/or advertising (“Item”) from you for our website (“Site”) on these terms and conditions and no other. We are Village Sources Ltd, registered in England and Wales No 7324359 (“the Publisher”). The person, persons, partnership or company who has placed an order for an Item on the Site are referred to as the Business.
No order shall be binding on the Publisher until the same has been accepted in writing by the Publisher.
The Publisher shall have the unconditional and absolute right to delete or reject the whole or any part of an Item without prior notice to the Business. The Publisher will have no liability whatsoever to the Business in respect of any such deletion or rejection.
The Publisher shall have the right to reject both before and after publication all or any advertising copy or any Item or any entry on the Site and gives no guarantee of any kind whatsoever as to the position of the Item on the Site.
The Publisher shall have the right to edit, truncate and re-size Items and gives no guarantee of any kind whatsoever on the final position or layout in the Site of any Item.Back to top
Cancellation and Termination
You have 7 days to cancel your order. This may be done at any time, within 7 days of order, by notifying the Publisher in writing by recorded delivery.
Orders cancelled, after 7 days from order but before publication, may be cancelled subject to paying a fee of £25 plus VAT.
If copy for the Item is not supplied, the Publisher may at its own discretion design an Item to the best of its ability at no additional cost to the Business, and place this in the space that the Business has ordered.
The Publisher may, where it considers it appropriate delete or remove any Item or refrain from proceeding with any Item for any reason.Back to top
Warranties and Indemnities
All information, materials, representations and statements of fact given or made orally or in writing by or on behalf of the Business to the Publisher, its servants or agents in relation to an order (whether or not such information is contained in any Item) was when given, has remained and will remain up to date, true, complete and accurate and shall immediately be corrected by the Business should it cease to be up to date, true, complete and accurate.
The wording and artwork for any Item is supplied to the Publisher by the Business in good faith and the Business hereby confirms that it has the legal ownership or right to use all names, logos, images, trademarks, etc included in such wording and artwork.
The person, employee, representative or agent of the Business placing the order has the authority to contract on behalf of the Business.
The Business hereby agrees and undertakes to indemnify the Publisher against all loss and damage whatsoever including specifically but not limited to any award of damages or compensation or other order made by any court or tribunal in favour of any third party together with all costs and expenses (including all legal costs and expenses) arising from breach of the representations and warranties set out herein and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing, arising from any incorrect, incomplete, untrue or misleading materials, information and/or representations and/or statements of fact made by the Business and/or contained in or repeated in any Item or other information which the Publisher agrees to publish on the Site for and on behalf of the Business.Back to top
All implied conditions and warranties whether statutory or contractual or otherwise relating to the provision by the Publisher of services under these Terms and Conditions are hereby excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
The Publisher shall not be liable to the Business for any damages, for any loss of profits or any other consequential loss, damage or expenses howsoever caused, resulting from any errors, omissions, inclusions whatsoever in the Item as published on the Site.
The Publisher shall not be liable to the Business in respect of any failure to carry out any of the Publisher’s obligations hereunder which is attributable to any cause of whatsoever nature, which is outside the Publisher’s reasonable control. The Business hereby agrees that notwithstanding the aforementioned, the maximum Publisher’s liability including the Business’ legal and other costs will be no more than the invoice value of each Item.Back to top
The Publisher will issue an invoice for the agreed amount for each order when it becomes due. The Business will pay to the publisher the value of the invoice on or before the due date stated on the invoice.
Agreement to pay by interim payments such as Direct Debit do not give the Business any rights to cancel after less than the complete number of payments. If a cheque, direct debit or other interim payment is not honoured, an administration charge will be added to the outstanding balance and total remaining amount becomes due immediately.Back to top
Publication of an Item is on the basis of these Terms and Conditions which will govern the contract to the exclusion of any other terms and conditions.
No variation to these Terms and Conditions shall be binding on the Publisher unless agreed in writing between the Business and an authorised representative of the Publisher.
The employees and agents of the Publisher are not authorised to make any representations concerning the subject matter of this agreement unless confirmed by the Publisher in writing. On entering into this Agreement, the Business acknowledges that it is not aware of and waives any claim for breach of any such representations which are not so confirmed.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, this Agreement cancels and supersedes all or any previous agreements between the Business and the Publisher in respect of the Item.
The Business hereby waives all and any future claims and rights of set off against any payments due hereunder and agrees to pay the charges to the Publisher regardless of any equity, set off or cross claim on the part of the Business against the Publisher.
No forbearance, indulgence or relaxation on the part of the Publisher shown or granted to the Business in respect of any of the provisions of these Terms and Conditions shall in any way affect, diminish, restrict or prejudice the rights or powers of the Publisher under these Terms and Conditions or operate as or be deemed to be a waiver of any breach of the Agreement.
These Terms and Conditions shall be governed and construed in accordance with the Law of England and Wales and the English Courts shall have jurisdiction in all cases. In all cases English will be the definitive language.Back to top