Acceptance of Contract
The Contract is made and becomes binding only when the Seller provides written acceptance (including letter, fax or email) of the Buyer's order. The Seller herewith objects to and rejects all terms and conditions contained in the Buyer's order that conflict with, are additional to or differ from these Standard Conditions of Sale. The Buyer's order is expressly conditional upon the Standard Conditions of Sale applying to the Contract and replacing conditions (if any) which may be printed on the Buyer's documentation unless specifically varied in writing prior to or in the Seller's written acceptance of the Buyer's order. In addition, receipt of the Goods by the Buyer shall be deemed conclusive proof that the Buyer has accepted those Standard Conditions of Sale

Breach of Contract
If the Buyer, for any reason whatsoever fails within two calendar months either to make any payment which may be due or remedy any other breach of the Contract after receiving notice from the seller requesting such breach to be remedied, then the Seller may without prejudice to any other rights be entitled forthwith to suspend performance of or terminate the Contract and the Buyer shall be responsible for the payment of all work done and services rendered to the date of termination regardless of the whether the Buyer has received benefit, as well as other incidental or consequential damages. The Buyer shall pay to the Seller at the Contract rate for all work done, materials used, and goods delivered up to and including the date of termination and shall in addition indemnify the Seller against any resulting loss, damage or expense incurred by the Seller in connection with the supply or non-performance of the Contract including the cost of any material, plant or tools used or intended to be used therefore and the cost of labour and other overheads

This Contract cannot be assigned by the Buyer without written consent of the Seller

Law of Contract
Any contract made on the basis of these Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale and all matters arising thereof shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English Law and any actions shall be tried in the English Courts or (if parties agree) any dispute or difference of any kind Whatsoever which arises or occurs between the parties in relation to any thing or matter arising under, out of or in connection with this agreement shall be referred to arbitration under the Arbitration Rules of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

All tooling made by the Seller pursuant to this Contract will remain the Seller's property, provided, however, that if the Buyer has agreed to Pay for such tooling then the ownership will pass to the Buyer on Payment in full having been made. If the Seller is using the Buyer's tools it will repair any damage caused to them solely and exclusively by reason of the Seller's negligence and shall maintain them (fair wear and tear excepted) but otherwise they remain the Buyer's responsibility