Best Homeware and Living Pty Ltd, ABN 98649070664 (referred to as ‘Best Homeware’, ‘we’, ‘us’ hereafter in this document) sets the terms of sale (“Terms”) that will govern each quotation and agreement (“Contract”) generated in accordance with the placement of order by customer (“Customer”) with Best Homeware and Living Pty Ltd, ABN 98649070664 for the supply of goods and/ or services (“Goods”).
The standard terms of sale (“Terms”) will be quotation and agreement (“Contract”) generated on acceptance of an order placed by a customer (“Customer”) with Best Homeware and Living Pty Ltd, ABN 98649070664, for the supply of goods and/or services (“Goods”).
Payment and Interest
Best Homewear has a strict policy of payment for Goods before advance of delivery.
Under unavoidable circumstances where the amount becomes outstanding, Best Homeware will charge an interest rate of 10% per annum for the overdue amount.
In the cases where the customer will fail to provide Best Homeware with the payment for Goods and/ or Services, the products purchased by the customer must be returned to Best Homeware in pristine, undamaged, and unaltered condition. The cost of delivery for this return must be paid by the customer.
Proof of Transaction
“Proof of transaction” will be provided by Best Homeware for every purchase and further itemized bill can be requested in accordance with the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) any successor legislation (“Act”).
Delivery and Inspection
Customers are responsible for verifying their delivery address before placing an order. In adverse events where delivery details change, Best Homeware must be notified in written at least one (1) business day before the schedule delivery. We will not be responsible for any loss or mishap due to the negligence of the customers.
Delivery dates and times provided by Renovation D are approximations only. Renovation D will not be liable for any loss or damage suffered by the Customer due to any failure to supply the Goods by a specific date or time. Unless otherwise agreed, when the Customer has nominated an address for delivery, delivery to that address will satisfy Renovation D’s delivery obligations under the Contract. An additional delivery charge will apply if the Goods are unable to be delivered as a result of the Customer not being present at the nominated address on the scheduled delivery date. Renovation D may, in its absolute discretion, suspend or cancel delivery if the Customer is overdue in any payment to Renovation D or in breach of these Terms.
The Customer is responsible for any damage to Goods which occurred during the shipment. Failure to notify Best Homeware of such events will deem that the customers accepted the goods as it is.
Best Homeware is entitled to Goods all amounts owed by the Customer is paid to Best Homeware on any account.
The risk of loss or damage to the Goods will pass to the Customer on delivery.
Warranty against Defects
Best Homeware provides goods to customers with guarantees in accordance of the Australian Consumer Law. Please refer to our Warranty in the website: www.besthomeware.com.au.
Due to unforeseen events, Best Homeware my cancel or suspend delivery of any ordered Goods to avert the danger arising directly or indirectly from war, terrorism, strike, lockout, delay or default of a manufacturer or supplier, act of God, or any other cause beyond Best Homeware’s reasonable control.
Contract of Sale
The aforementioned terms together with the customer’s order constitute the entire contract between the customer and Best Homeware to be used for the supply of products.
Goods and Services Tax
In these Terms, “GST”, “supply”, “taxable supply” and “tax invoice” have the meaning given to such terms in the A New Tax System (Goods and Services) Tax Act 1999 (Cth) and the term “GST” also includes any penalties or additional tax imposed in relation to the GST payable on the supply of Goods. Any amount payable under these Terms is inclusive of GST if there is a taxable supply.
If the amount of GST applicable to a sale made to the Customer differs from the amount of GST the Customer has paid for the Goods, then the amount of GST payable by the Customer will be adjusted either by further payment by the Customer or repayment by Best Homeware to the Customer of the amount of the adjustment.
The generated Contract between the customer and Best Homeware cannot be changed unless written agreement for the same is consented by Best Homeware.
The sole discretion for the contract will be the law of New South Wales and Best Homeware and the customer, each of whom submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the governing State.
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This document has been last updated on 25 September 2021.