Terms & Conditions
AALanglois Recycling Ltd:
Unless otherwise agreed in writing the full amount due under this invoice, interim payment, contract and or quotation is payable within 30 days from the date of the invoice or on the completion of works which ever is sooner.
The Contractor reserves the right to charge 2.5% monthly interim payment on overdue accounts.
In the event the contract sum or quotation is for £10,000 or above then the Contractor will be entitled to monthly interim payments commensurate with the work completed. This will generally be calculated on a percentage of completed work at the time payment is requested.
In the event the Contractor has to order and or supply materials under the terms of the contract or quotation then the Contractor reserves the right to require a deposit to be paid before commencing works of up to, but no more than, 20% of the total contract sum.
The Contractor will retain ownership for all materials supplied under this contract until full payment of the quotation or contract price has been made. The Client will acknowledge the right of the Contractor to enter any site or premises in order to remove materials supplied in the event of payment of the contract or quotation being delayed beyond the agreed payment provisions.
All our prices and quotations do not normally include GST therefore this will be added to our prices and will appear on each invoice raised simply stating the GST total and then the Total owing.
Where applicable, Goods and Services Tax (G.S.T.) will be charged at the current rate. The Contractor’s GST number is: 0013846
All quotations will be valid for a period of 3 months but any changes or
alterations to the quoted works must be notified to the Contractor at least 48
hours before works commence.
Variations and Additional works:
Any variations and or additional works required or requested over and above the agreed quoted or contract works must be notified to the Contractor in writing and or agreed on site with one of the Contractors operatives. In this event the ‘work’ must then be confirmed in writing on the drivers signed ticket and or by a signed confirmation of verbal instructions.
Boundaries, Neighbouring land and Restrictive covenants:
Any investigation or notification regarding the above shall be the sole responsibility of the Client and no liability shall attach to the Contractor for any breach of such covenant or encroachment of a boundary. In the event of there being a covenant or boundary which effects, or is close to, the works to be carried out then those details must be provided to the Contractor in writing not less than 24 hours before works are commenced on site.
The Contractor will be under no liability for any damage caused to any cable, conduit, pipe, or item in the ground, or for resulting damage to any property thereafter. The Client, and/or owner of the land if different shall be solely liable for any such damage, UNLESS, a detailed plan showing the exact location (place and depth) and details of what is underground, is provided in writing to the Contractor no less than 24 hours before the commencement of works.
Any statutory and/or legal requirements to notify or correspond with the service companies remains entirely the responsibility of the Client and any cost thereof is the responsibility of the Client.
Disconnection of services:
The Client is required prior to any demolition being undertaken to have the services to the property (site, land, building, shed etc) disconnected by the service provider. For the avoidance of any doubt this includes but is not restricted to; electric, gas, water, telecommunications, fowl sewage. Unless otherwise agreed in writing any charges for the disconnection or removal of any services will be the responsibility of the Client.
Please note that prior to any demolition the Client is required by law to obtain a Type 3 Destructive Asbestos survey prior to any demolition.
Once we have been provided with the full report then we will proceed as follows:
- If no asbestos is found then we can proceed straight to demolition.
- If asbestos is found but it is classed as ‘unlicensed’ then we are licensed to remove it providing it is carried out by trained operatives who work to a specific method statement and health and safety guidelines
- If it is licensed asbestos then this can only be dealt with by a licensed asbestos contractor. For the avoidance of doubt the asbestos must be removed from site prior to the commencement of any works. Further prior to the commencement of any works we must have the signed confirmation that the site is clear of any asbestos.
The Contractor must be supplied with the full Type 3 Destructive Survey report not less than 48 hours prior to any works commencing. In the event the report is not a Type 3 destructive survey, or is incomplete or does not relate to the whole building then works will not commence.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing any works and/or charges relating to the survey, analysis and removal of any licensed or unlicensed asbestos shall be solely the responsibility of the Client.
The Contractor holds Public liability cover of £5,000,000, Employers liability of £10,000,000 and Contracts works cover of £100,000.
It is the responsibility of the Client to maintain adequate insurance cover in consideration of the works to be completed and in particular Buildings and Contents and adjacent properties insurance.
Completion of the contract:
The Contractor will not be liable for damages or otherwise because of nonperformance of any contract or agreement on account of the following, but not limited to; adverse weather conditions, 3rd party injunctions, planning and building orders, conditions and stipulations, asbestos, services, fire, accident, and any reasonable delay outside the responsibility of the Contractor.
It is the responsibility of the Client to ensure that all statutory planning and building regulations have been observed and complied with.
The Client shall be responsible at all times for ensuring that the site or address where the work is being carried out is safe for the purposes of workmen and/or employees employed by the Contractor on site.
Any complaints which arise from work performed under any contract following the acceptance of the estimate or agreement to carry out work must be made within the period of 7 days from the date of invoice, unless agreed in writing to the contrary.
The law governing the provisions of this contract shall be the law of Jersey.