Wholesale Terms and Conditions
Southern Wine Roads Limited
Company Number: 9148682
VAT Number: 201037514
Address: 124 City Road, London, England, EC1V 2NX
The Buyer is the entity that filled in the account and credit application form above.
1.1 All sales made by The Seller to the Buyer are governed by these terms and conditions unless otherwise indicated by Seller in writing.
1.2 All orders placed by The Buyer are subject to The Seller’s acceptance. The Seller hereby reserves the right to reject any order, in whole, or in part, for any reason whatsoever.
1.3 Orders which have been accepted by The Seller cannot be cancelled.
2.1 Prices given to The Buyer are exclusive of VAT and delivery charges. The Seller may change the prices at its own discretion.
2.2 The Seller may add a delivery charge to the invoice based on the minimum order value agreed upon by the Buyer and the Seller.
3.1 The first invoice must be paid upfront. Unless otherwise agreed in writing and stated on the invoice, subsequent invoices become due and payable by The Buyer no later than 30 days from the date of the invoice by The Seller.
3.2 The Seller reserves the right to cancel or request changes to any credit term agreement at any time.
3.3 The seller may charge interest on all unpaid amounts at a rate of 8% above the Bank of England Base Rate, starting from the due date.
4.1 Delivery will be considered complete when the Buyer collects the Goods or when they are delivered to the address agreed upon by the Seller. The Buyer is responsible for reporting any damages within 2 working days after delivery.
4.2 In order to ensure smooth and efficient delivery of goods, it is important that the Buyer provides clear instructions to the Seller. However, in the event that the Seller incurs any losses, damages, costs, or expenses as a result of following the Buyer's instructions, the Buyer is responsible for indemnifying the Seller. It is important to note that the indemnity will be reduced in proportion to the extent that such losses, damages, costs, or expenses are due to the Seller's negligence. Therefore, it is essential for both parties to exercise due diligence and care in the handling and delivery of goods to minimize any potential losses or damages.
5 It is mandatory for the Buyer to have a HMRC Excise approval and AWRS number if they are selling to other businesses. This is to ensure that the buyer is operating legally and has the necessary permissions to sell alcohol to other businesses. Therefore, it is crucial for the buyer to obtain the AWRS number and approvals from HMRC to avoid any legal issues or penalties.
6.1. This contract will be ruled and explained based on English and Welsh law. The buyer agrees to accept the authority of the English courts, which is not exclusive.
6.3. All transactions, conversations, and written exchanges between The Buyer and The seller are confidential.