Conditions of Sale

1. The goods the subject of this Contract shall be of normal industrial quality unless specifically stated to the contrary on the face hereof. All warranties or conditions statutory or otherwise as to the quality or fitness for any particular purpose except where specifically stated on the face hereof are excluded. Seller shall not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the use of the goods in Buyers manufacturing processes or in combination with other substances.

2. The property in the goods shall remain in the Seller until all monies owed by the Buyer under this or any process or further process or are combined with other goods the resulting products shall vest in the Seller and for the purpose of the following clauses shall be deemed to be included within the term "goods".
If at any time before the property in the goods passes

(a) the whole or any part of the price of the goods supplied under any contract between the Seller and the Buyer has not been paid after it has become due or
(b) any petition or resolution to wind up the Buyers business shall be passed or the Buyer shall go into receivership (otherwise for reconstruction or amalgamation) then the Seller shall be entitled to require the goods to be returned and if this requirement is not immediately complied with the Seller may repossess the goods and may enter any premises of the Buyer for that purpose.

The risk in the goods supplied by the Seller shall pass to the Buyer when the Seller delivers the goods to the Buyer's 
Premises or any premises specified by the Buyer or to a duly authorised carrier or when the Buyer collects the goods from The Sellers premises.

3. Deliveries or shipment may be suspended or delayed by Acts of God, fire, accidents, riots, civil commotion's, hostilities, War, strikes, lockouts, emergency regulations, non-delivery of raw materials and other contingencies beyond the control of the Sellers, either similar to the foregoing or otherwise, which may prevent or hinder the manufacture, shipment or delivery of the goods.

4. Each delivery will be considered as a separate contract and the failure of any delivery will not vitiate this contract as to the others.

5. The Seller reserves the rights at any time to increase the price of the goods the subject of this contract if there is any increase in cost of raw materials, production or delivery, by virtue of foreign exchange fluctuations, currency regulations, alterations of duty or imposts or any other causes (whether or not of the same nature as the foregoing) beyond the control of the Seller. If the Buyer is of the opinion that any such increase in price is unreasonable he may by written notice within fourteen days, cancel the undelivered balance of this contract.

6. (a) All claims for damage to or partial loss of goods in transit must be submitted in writing to the Carrier and Sellers
within three days of delivery.
(b) All claims for non-delivery of the whole of any consignment or of any separate package forming part of a
Consignment must be submitted in writing to the Carrier and Sellers within seven days of receipt of Sellers advice
note by Buyers or Buyers agents. In the absence of notification of claims within the times mentioned above goods
shall be deemed to have been delivered in accordance with the contract.

7. If buyer fails to make payments as such payments become due, or commits any Act of bankruptcy or makes any
assignment or arrangement with his creditors, Sellers shall then be entitled to payment of cash for any further goods
before delivery, or may at their option cancel the contract, in which event they shall not be bound to make further
deliveries on account to this contract reserving any claim for the consequent loss ascertained as on date of

8. The above conditions or any of them cannot be varied, suspended or added to, except with Sellers' express agreement in that behalf in writing.