Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions

General: In these terms & conditions "The Company" means Katharine Botanicals, "The Client" means the person, firm or company purchasing Goods; "The Goods" means the goods or services which shall be the subject of the contract between the Company and the Client.

Orders: All orders for Goods accepted by the Company are subject to these terms & conditions.

Prices: All quoted prices are in £ Sterling. Orders are accepted by the Company for execution at prices ruling at the date of confirmation. All prices quoted by the Company are subject to alteration without notice.

Delivery: Normally by Royal Mail first class post (UK) or Airmail post (overseas). If any other form of delivery is required, a quotation will be given on request.

Payment: Payment for all Goods ordered via the internet shall be made in full at the time of placing the order by credit card, debit card or PayPal account transfer, securely processed by PayPal.

Legal Costs: In cases where the Company, after written notice to the Client, deems legal action to be necessary in order to obtain monies due to the Company from the Client, the Company shall be entitled to charge the Client for time and expenses incurred by such action in addition to any court, solicitors or other outside expenses incurred.

Property: The property in the Goods shall remain with the Company until payment in full has been made to the Company by the Client for the Goods and all other sums due to the Company at the date of delivery of the Goods. Where full payment has not been made to the Company and the Client uses the Goods, the property in the Goods shall be retained by the Company in so far as such Goods are identifiable.

Faults: All faults in work carried out, or Goods supplied, by the Company will be corrected at no charge to the Client. The Company's liability extends only to work carried out, or Goods supplied, by the Company.

Law: These terms & conditions and the contract between the parties shall be constructed and applied in accordance with the Law of England and shall be subject only to the jurisdiction of the English courts.

Privacy: From time to time Katharine Botanicals will contact previous customers with special offers and news about our products. All our emails will have an unsubscribe link on them, and you will be able to opt out of all future mailings.  Your details will never be passed to anyone else.

Cookies: This web site like most uses a web technology called "cookies" to store pieces of information about you. This does things like make sure that the shopping cart remember what is in your shopping basket.  You can switch of cookies in your web browser if you do not want this information to be stored, however the shopping cart may not work as expected if that is done.  If you would like to order from Katharine Botanicals without our setting cookies on your computer please phone or email us and we will be happy to help.

Security: Our customers credit card details are taken and stored by Sagepay, our secure payment gateway, using their well established network of secure servers and SSL technology. No payment or credit card information is stored on this web site.

Contact: If you have any questions about privacy or our email messages you can contact us using This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or using this contact form.  

Address: Katharine Botanicals, 50 Fosbury, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 3NJ, UK

Updated December 2011

Updated December 2011

 

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