In these Terms and Conditions, unless the context otherwise requires, the following expressions have the following meanings:
“We” and “Us” means ACtest Limited
“You” and “Your” means the client of ACtest Limited
“The Services” means the services to be provided by us under these Terms and Conditions as agreed by us in writing between you and us;
2. CONTRACT TERMS
We agree to provide the services to you on the following terms and conditions. These constitute a contract between us and you and must be read together with any other documents explicitly agreed to be part of this contract (in which case the terms of such other documents shall take precedence over these Terms and Conditions). Any other terms and conditions contained in any other document are excluded unless inclusion is expressly agreed in writing by the parties.
3. OUR DUTIES
1. Provide the Services;
2. Perform the Services with reasonable care and skill in a professional manner; and
4. YOUR DUTIES
1. Ensure that you, your employees and colleagues co-operate fully with us in relation to the provision of the Services
5. PAYMENT TERMS
Unless otherwise agreed, payment shall be made by you to us immediately upon receipt of invoice (within 14 days of the date of invoice at the very latest). We reserve the right to charge interest on overdue amounts which shall be chargeable at 2% above the base rate of the Bank of England).
If you cancel your appointment within less than 48 hours of the start time, you will be charged £120.00 + VAT.
7. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
We shall not use, divulge or communicate to any person (other than those authorised by you) any confidential information concerning your products, customers, accounts, finance or contractual arrangements or other dealings, transactions or affairs which may come to our knowledge in the course of providing the Services.
8. FORCE MAJEURE
Neither party shall be liable for any breach of this contract caused by matters beyond reasonable control including, but not limited to, Acts of God, fire, lightning, explosion, war, disorder, flood, industrial disputes (excluding industrial disputes involving its own employees), failures or interruptions of electricity supplies, weather of exceptional severity or acts of local or central Government or other authorities.