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Terms & Conditions of Carriage

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Conditions of carriage for our delivery service: (see below)
1 Parties
The parties to this agreement are:
1.1 GS Stroud Ltd which expression shall where the context allows include his employee’s agents and sub-contractors

1.2 the person, firm or company named as Customer

2 Definitions

‘Sub-Contractor’ means any person whose services GS Stroud Ltd engages or makes use of to perform the whole or any part of the services the subject of this contract

“Consequential Loss” shall include without limitation all economic losses loss of profits increased management or labour costs loss of future business loss of reputation and goodwill loss of market or falls in prices of whatever nature and all other damages costs or expenses or other indirect losses including any liability to or claims by any third party.
“Consignment” means the delivery of goods in bulk or contained in one parcel package container or as the case may be or any separate number of parcels packages or containers sent at any one time in one load by or for the Customer from one address to one address. “Goods” includes papers and documents other than those expressly excluded.

3 GS Stroud delivery obligations
3.1 GS Stroud shall use its best endeavours to deliver the goods specified overleaf to the delivery address so specified at about or before the time so specified
3.2 GS Stroud shall not be liable for any delay in delivery caused by the unavailability at the delivery address of the consignee or other authorised recipient
3.3 GS Stroud shall not be liable for loss of or damage to or mis-delivery or delayed delivery of the goods occasioned by:
3.3:1 act of God including but not limited to storm tempest or flood
3.3:2 act of war hostilities riot or civil commotion or the threat or fear of such conditions prevailing
3.3:3 criminal malicious or negligent actions or acts or omissions of third parties
3.3:4 industrial action or unforeseeable traffic conditions
3.3:5 the effect of ionising radiation or uncontrolled nuclear reaction
3.3:6 suspension or cancellation of transport services by reason of or of the threat or fear of inclement weather or any of the matters set out in clauses 3.3:1 to 3.3:5 inclusive
3.3:7 Fire-lighting or explosion
3.3:8 Seizure under legal process
3.3:9 Act default or omission of whatever nature of the Customer his employees or agents or any person having any interest in the goods
3.3:10 Insufficient or improper packing labelling or addressing

4 Customer’s obligations
Subject to the provisions of this agreement the Customer undertakes:

4.1 That in relation to the Goods the Customer is either solely beneficially entitled to the Goods or has the authority of all those interested in the Goods to enter into this contract and to bind them to its terms

4.2 In the event of any claim by any third party against GS Stroud arising out of this contract to indemnify GS Stroud against the claim and all legal and other costs incurred except to the extent that the Customer establishes that GS Stroud would have been liable to the Customer had the original claim been made by the Customer but on the assumption that the Customer had retained title to the Goods

4.3 To give any instructions requested by GS Stroud in pursuance of clause 3 above as soon as reasonably practicable

4.4 To make all payments as provided in clause 13 below

5 Limitation of liability

5.1 The liability of GS Stroud in the event of loss of or damage to or mis-delivery of the goods (where GS Stroud’s liability is not otherwise excluded) shall not exceed the declared value of the goods specified overleaf or otherwise declared by the Customer (and pro rata in the case of an event affecting part only of the goods) or the cost of repairing any damage or of reconditioning the goods subject always to a maximum liability of £10,000 per Consignment or part thereof in the case of an event affecting part only of the Consignment. Where the Customer requires a higher value of cover this shall be expressly negotiated and agreed in writing. The value of the goods actually lost damaged or misdelivered shall be taken to be their invoice value if they have been purchased by the Customer or otherwise shall be taken to be the replacement cost to the owner at the commencement of transit and in all cases shall be taken to include any Customs and Excise duties or taxes payable in respect of the goods provided always that the Courier shall be entitled to proof of value of the Consignment or any part of it.

5.2 The liability of GS Stroud for delay in delivery (where the GS Stroud’s liability is not otherwise excluded) shall not exceed a sum equal to the carriage charges or a proportion of those charges in the case of an event affecting part only of the goods

5.3 GS Stroud shall not in any event be liable for any consequential loss whatsoever and howsoever arising (including in relation to theft attractive goods) which shall include without limitation all economic losses loss of profits increased management or labour costs loss of future business loss of reputation and goodwill loss of market or falls in prices of whatever nature and all other damages costs or expenses or other indirect losses including any liability to or claims by any third party.

6 Third Parties
The Courier shall be entitled to appoint sub-contractors and/or agents and it is hereby declared any sub-contractor of the Courier and the employees of the Courier and any such sub-contractor and also any person deriving title to the goods from the Customer are third parties to this contract within the meaning of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 and shall be entitled to enforce this contract accordingly.

7 Payment

7.1 The Customer shall pay a sum of £50 including VAT to cover the delivery on placing initial order

7.2 Should a booking be cancelled by the customer, charges will apply. If the booking is cancelled prior to despatch of a GS Stroud, then a charge of up to 50% of the delivery fee applies, with a minimum fee of £25. If cancelled after the courier has been despatched, a charge of £100 applies. Any cancellations must be made either in writing by email or by calling GS Stroud on 01453 767149

8 Time Limits for Claims

8.1 GS Stroud shall not be liable for any damage to goods or delay unless it is advised in writing within 7 days of delivery or the date specified for delivery in regard to goods not actually received.

8.2 In any event any damaged goods must be made available to GS Stroud for inspection

9 The contract and these Terms and Conditions shall be construed and governed by the Laws of England.