1.1 These Terms and Conditions of Sale govern your relationship with “where’s the frame” and apply to all quotations, offers, orders and contracts for the sale of the artworks shown/displayed/offered on the official website(s), social media and other official channels of where’s the frame. Please ensure that you read these Terms and Conditions of Sale carefully, and check that the details on any quotation, offer, order or contract and in these Terms and Conditions ofSale are complete and accurate. If you think that there is a mistake, please contact where’s the frame’s to discuss, and please make sure that you ask us to confirm any changes in writing to avoid any confusion.
1.2 In these Terms and Conditions of Sale, unless stated otherwise:
Buyer – means the purchaser of the Goods from where’s the frame;
where’s the frame – means the company selling the Goods being a trading name of where’s the frame Limited, a company registered in England and Wales under company number 12968457 and with registered office at Centrum House, Station Rd36, Egham TW20 9LF
Goods – means the items to be sold to the Buyer by where’s the frame, as shown/displayed/offered on the official website(s), social media and other official channels of where’s the frame, either all or part of them as set out in the written invoice to be issued by where’s the frame pursuant to clause2.2;
Terms and Conditions of Sale – means the terms and conditions set out in this document.
1.3 The Terms and Conditions of Sale constitute the entire understanding of the parties and supersede all prior discussions, negotiations, agreements and understandings, whether oral or written.
1.4 No change or modification of the Terms and Conditions of Sale (including change orders) is valid unless it is in writing and signed by all the parties.
1.5 If any part of the Terms and Conditions of Sale is held invalid, unenforceable or void by a court of competent jurisdiction, the Terms andConditions are considered divisible as to such part, and the remainder of theTerms and Conditions are valid and binding as though such part was not included in the Terms and Conditions to the fullest extent permitted by law.
1.6 The Terms and Conditions of Sale are governed by the laws of England andWales (without regard to the laws that might be applicable under principles of conflicts of law) as to all matters, including, but not limited to, matters of validity, construction, effect and performance and both parties agree to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
1.7 The Terms and Conditions of Sale may be executed in two or more parts, each of which shall be deemed an original but all of which together shall be one and the same instrument.
1.8 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions of Sale affects the statutory rights of any consumer.
1.9 If where’s the frame’s fails, at any time while these Terms and Conditions of Sale are in force, to insist that the Buyer performs any of its obligations under these Terms and Conditions of Sale, or if where’s the frame does not exercise any of its rights or remedies under these Terms and Conditions of Sale, that will not mean that where’s the frame’s has waived such rights or remedies and will not mean that the Buyer does not have to comply with those obligations.If where’s the frame does waive a default by the Buyer, that will not mean that it will automatically waive any subsequent default by the Buyer. No waiver by where’s the frame of any of these Terms and Conditions of Sale shall be effective unless it expressly says that it is a waiver and it tells the Buyer so in writing.
1.10 A person who is not party to these Terms and Conditions of Sale shall not have any rights under or in connection with them under the Contracts (Rights ofThird Parties) Act 1999.
2.1 Any offer or acceptance of a quotation made by the Buyer will be deemed an offer to purchase the Goods governed by these Terms and Conditions of Sale.
2.2 No offer or acceptance of a quotation will be deemed a binding agreement of sale until confirmation with a written invoice has been issued by where’s theframe. Upon confirmation, these Terms and Conditions of Sale (as they may be amended by where’s the frame time to time) form a binding agreement between theBuyer and where’s the frame.
2.3 Any Goods or services not confirmed by written invoice issued by where’s the frame are deemed additional work and must be agreed in writing signed by both parties. These Terms and Conditions of Sale are applicable to any additional work or additional sales to the Buyer by where’s the frame.
3. Purchase Price and Payment Methods
3.1 The purchase price shall be the sale price informed by where’s the frame and confirmed by the Buyer and shown in the written invoice to be issued by where’s the frame.
3.2 The purchase price includes the cost of packaging materials. Any fees, duty or taxes applied will be billed to and paid by the Buyer as set forth on the written invoice issued by where’s the frame.
3.3 All payment shall be made in British Pounds Sterling and the agreed price is due in full at the time the offered price is accepted and confirmed by invoice, unless agreed otherwise in writing.
3.4 The Buyer will have 3 workings days from the date of invoice to make payment in full, unless agreed otherwise.
3.5 Ownership (legal title) of the product will not pass to Buyer until the accepted and confirmed price is paid in full by the Buyer and received by where’s the frame in cleared funds.
3.6 Late Fees. Any payment not paid in full as per the Terms and Conditions ofSale will be subject to interest assessed on funds due at 3 percent per annum over the Royal Bank of Scotland base rate from time to time.
4.1 The Goods to be delivered shall be specifically described in the written invoice provided by where’s the frame.
4.2 In the event where’s the frame cannot source Goods acceptable to the Buyer because the ordered Goods are not available, the Buyer will have 7 days to provide written notice to cancel the order. where’s the frame will, upon receipt of such notice, refund moneys paid in full.
4.3 The Buyer agrees and acknowledges that all specifications and advertising issued by where’s the frame and any descriptions or illustrations contained inw here’s the frame marketing materials are provided for the sole purpose of giving an approximate idea of the Goods described in them. where’s the frame is not bound by such descriptions which do not form a part of these Terms andConditions of Sale, nor are they a part of a specific sale agreement and this is not a sale by sample.
5. Product Delivery
5.1 Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, delivery of the Goods shall be to the Buyer’s home or business address.
5.2 The Goods may be delivered framed or unframed. The client acknowledges that the Goods are unique, rare and of high value and that the value of the Good scan be reduced by merely handling the Goods.
5.3 where’s the frame will make its best effort to deliver the Goods by the agreed date or within a reasonable time if no dates are stated. All delivery dates are estimates only and time of delivery is not of the essence.
5.4 The Buyer must inspect the Goods upon delivery and advise where’s the frame of any defects within 5 working days of delivery date or all complaints as to defects are waived.
5.5 Risk of loss or damage to the Goods passes to the Buyer upon delivery.
5.6 Should the Buyer requests that the Goods be placed directly in the safe custody of another party on behalf of the Buyer, delivery shall be deemed to take place on the date the Goods are transferred into safe custody.
6.1 If the Buyer is contracting as a consumer and has entered into a contract for the sale of Goods with where’s the frame by distance selling means (for example, via the telephone, by mail order or online), the Buyer has a statutory right to cancel for any reason and receive a full refund. The Buyer will receive a full refund of the price paid for the Goods in accordance with where’s theframe refunds policy (set out below). The Buyer’s statutory right to cancel a contract starts from the date of the written invoice issued by where’s the frame pursuant to clause 2.2 (when the contract between where’s the frame and theBuyer is formed). If the Goods have been delivered to the Buyer, the Buyer may cancel at any time within fourteen (14) working days, starting from the day after the Buyer receives the Goods.
6.2 If the Buyer is contracting as a consumer and has cancelled the contract between it and where’s the frame according to what set out above, where’s theframe will process the refund due to the Buyer as soon as possible and, in any case, within 14 days or receiving the Goods back. In this case, where’s theframe will refund the price of the Goods in full (except in the case of sealedGoods as described in clause 6.4), and any applicable delivery charges. However, the Buyer will be responsible for the cost of returning the item to where’s theframe.
6.4 With the Goods, the Buyer acknowledges that the Goods are unique, rare and of high value and that handling of said Goods can reduce the value of the Goods.
6.3 Once a sale is deemed final, no returns will be accepted and the Client hereby accepts and waives any claims he/she may have under English law or otherwise.
6.4 The Buyer is response for all delivery costs and insurance costs incurred for returned Goods.
6.5 Unless otherwise prohibited by English law, full reimbursement of the purchase price of the Goods, less insurance and delivery costs, shall be theBuyer’s sole remedy if the Goods are returned for any reason whatsoever.
where’s the frame makes no warranties, expressed or implied, except as specifically stated herein. Such warranties are in lieu of all other warranties, written or oral, statutory, express or implied, including without limitation, any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
8. Termination by where’s the frame
where’s the frame may terminate this agreement if the Buyer fails to make payment when due or substantially breaches any other obligation of these Terms and Conditions of Sale. where’s the frame may notify the Buyer in writing of such termination and recover from the Buyer payment for Goods sold or work completed. The Buyer is liable for any and all costs incurred by where’s theframe in connection with collection of such unpaid funds.
9. Force Majeure
Provision of Goods supplied to the Buyer covered by these Terms and Conditions of Sale is contingent upon the non-occurrence of strikes, accidents, delays of carriers, delays of delivery, delay of personnel or other causes unavoidable or beyond the control of where’s the frame. If performance of any obligation under these Terms and Conditions of Sale is prevented, restricted, or interfered with by causes beyond either party’s reasonable control (“Force Majeure”), and if the party unable to carry out its obligations gives the other party prompt written notice of such event, then the obligations of the party invoking this provision shall be suspended to the extent necessary by such event. The termForce Majeure shall include, without limitation, acts of God, fire, explosion, vandalism, storm or other similar occurrence, orders or acts of military or civil authority, or by national emergencies, insurrections, riots, wars, supplier failures, shortages, breach, or delays. The excused party shall use reasonable efforts under the circumstances to avoid or remove such causes of non-performance and shall proceed to perform with reasonable dispatch whenever such causes are removed or ceased. An act or omission shall be deemed within the reasonable control of a party if committed, omitted, or caused by such party, or its employees, officers, agents, or affiliates.
10. Mediation and Arbitration
Any disputes between the parties hereto, whether arising under these Terms andConditions of Sale or under any written invoices issued by where’s the frame or otherwise, which the parties cannot resolve between themselves using good faith shall be referred to a court certified mediator in the County of the principal office of where’s the frame, and any mediation shall be held in the County of the principal office of where’s the frame. The Buyer shall bear the cost of said mediation. In the event that said dispute is not resolved in mediation, the parties shall submit the dispute to a neutral arbitrator residing in theCounty of the principal address of where’s the frame. The arbitration shall be held in the County of the principal office of where’s the frame. If either party refuses to comply with a ruling or decision of the arbitrator and a lawsuit is brought to enforce said ruling or decision, it is agreed that the party not complying with the ruling or decision of the arbitrator shall pay all the court costs and reasonable legal fees incurred in enforcing the ruling or decision of the arbitrator. Any rights of injunctive relief shall be in addition to and not in derogation or limitation of any other legal rights.
The Buyer hereby agrees to indemnify where’s the frame and undertakes to keep where’s the frame indemnified against any losses, damages, costs, liabilities and expenses (including without limitation legal expenses and any amounts paid by where’s the frame to a third party in settlement of a claim or dispute on the advice of its legal advisers) incurred or suffered arising out of any breach by Buyer of any provision of these Terms and Conditions of Sale or arising out of any claim that Buyer has breached any provision of these Terms and Conditions of Sale.
12.1 If where’s the frame fails to comply with these Terms and Conditions of Sale, it will be responsible for loss or damage that the Buyer suffers which isa foreseeable result of where’s the frame’s breach of the Terms and Conditions of Sale or its negligence, but it is not responsible for:
12.1.1 any loss or damage that is not foreseeable;
12.1.2 any loss which that is not caused by a breach of where’s the frame or its agents or employees; and
12.1.3 any business losses, or losses to parties who are not consumers.Loss or damage is foreseeable if they were an obvious consequence of where’s the frame’s breach or if they were contemplated by both parties at the time the contract is entered into.
12.2 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions of Sale shall limit or exclude where’s the frame liability for
12.2.1 death or personal injury resulting from its negligence;
12.2.2 defective products under the Consumer Protection Act 1987;
12.2.3 fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation;
12.2.4 breach of the terms implied by section 12 of the Sale of Goods Act1979 (title and quiet possession);
12.2.5 breach of the terms implied by sections 13, 14 and 15 of the Sale ofGoods Act 1979 (description, satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose and samples); or
12.7 In any event, the total liability of where’s the frame in respect of the breach of these Terms and Conditions of Sale or of any contract for the sale ofGoods or any representation given in connection thereto, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), statute or otherwise shall be limited to the purchase price for the Goods.
13.1 All notices shall be in writing and sent by registered post or email to the address of the recipient stated in any quotation, order or acknowledgement of order.
13.2 Notices shall be deemed to be received if sent by registered post, on the second day following the day of posting and, if sent by email or facsimile, on day of transmission (if sent before 4:00pm).
14.1 Each right or remedy of where’s the frame under these Terms and Conditions of Sale is without prejudice to any other right or remedy of where’s the frame whether under the contract or not.
14.2 No failure or delay by where’s the frame to exercise any right, power or remedy will operate as a waiver of it, nor will any partial exercise preclude any further exercise of the same, or of any other right, power or remedy.
14.3 The parties do not intend that any term of these Terms and Conditions ofSale shall be enforceable by virtue of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties)Act 1999 by any person that is not a party of it.
15.1 This legal notice should be read as an extension of the Terms and Conditions of Sale of where’s the frame. where’s the frame is not authorised or regulated by the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority). Work of art are not investments of a specified kind within the scope of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000nor are they controlled investments subject to Section 21 of the FinancialServices and Market Act 2000 and the Financial Promotion Order. Any and all information provided by where’s the frame relates to the sale of works of art and their value. where’s the frame does not deal with “options”, futures or any regulated investments of a specified kind under the Financial Services andMarkets Act 2000. No information provided should be deemed to constitute the provision of financial investment or other professional advice subject to regulation under the Financial Services and Market 2000.
15.2 The value of works of art and the income derived from them may go down as well as up and you may not receive back all the money which you invest.
15.3 The services described or recommended in our marketing materials or on the website may not be suitable for all people. You should seek your own professional advice as to the suitability of any such investment or service before you enter into any transaction.
15.4 Any information relating to past valuation of art is not necessarily a guide to future performance.
15.5 Fluctuations in the rate of exchange may have an adverse effect on the value, price or income of non-sterling denominated art.
15.6 The information contained in our marketing materials or the website is not intended to be an offer to buy or sell securities, and this website should not be regarded as an offer of solicitation to conduct investment business of any investment or activity regulated by the FCA.
16. Data Protection
where’s the frame will hold any personal information provided to it in confidence and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and other applicable data protection legislation. where’s the frame will use such personal information for the administration and servicing of your purchase and all other related activities; where’s the frame may disclose your personal information to its agents and service providers and other members of where’s the frame for this purpose.
17. Copyright and Confidentiality
Copyright, trademarks, database rights and all similar rights in this website and marketing materials are owned by where’s the frame, its licensors or relevant third party content providers. You may use the information on this site and reproduce it in hard copy for your personal reference only. Such information may not otherwise be reproduced, distributed, stored in a dataretrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of where’s the frame. Nothing in our marketing materials orin this website should be considered granting any license or right under any trademark of where’s the frame or any third party.