Terms & Conditions

Last revision 1st September 2008

By requesting a product or service from Fine Design Limited you accept these terms and conditions. These terms and conditions are subject to change at any time, and it is your responsibility to check these terms and conditions each time prior to purchasing any service or product from Fine Design Limited.

1. Supply Of Goods

Goods supplied to the customers remain the property of Fine Design until such time as they have been paid for in full. In the event of insolvency or liquidation the customer agrees to allow Fine Design or its agents reasonable access to such goods in order to facilitate their removal.

2. Data Privacy

In the course of our work, Fine Design may have privileged access to confidential information. Our policies require us to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality for our clients. We respect your privacy; your information is secured and staff policy expressly forbids unauthorised access to this data. We also take all reasonable precautions to prevent the loss of client data whether working on site or in our offices.

3. Materials Supplied

Where we are supplied with proofs and other materials by the client, we undertake to take good care of it and to return it in the same condition as we received it..Unless otherwise agreed, Fine Design does not however accept responsibility for any proof or artwork supplied. It is the clients responsibility to ensure that they request and retain any such materials that may be supplied and required in the future.

4. Legal Jurisdiction

Contracts between you and Fine Design shall be governed by Gibraltar Law and you and Fine Design submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Gibraltar courts.

5. Credit Terms

Where credit terms are allowed, terms of payment are strictly net and payable 7 days from the date of our invoice. Fine Design reserves the right to implement charges on accounts outstanding beyond the time specified in this condition. A surcharge of 5% of the value of the goods ordered may be implemented if the payment due remains outstanding for the period of greater than 60 days after the date of the Company's invoice. Interest is applicable to outstanding amounts and the rate of interest charged shall be 2% per month from the due date until payment is made.