are Sold and supplied to the Buyer by "The Company" upon
the following standard terms and conditions of sale. Any variation
in these terms and conditions must be agreed in writing and signed
by both the Buyer and the Company.
Wines ordered from the selected wines are due for payment 30 days
from the date of invoice. The company reserves the right to charge
monthly interest at 2% above the base rate of HSBC Bank from time
to time on overdue accounts.
Delivery is free on orders of one case or more of the offered wines
within mainland UK and orders placed by 12.30pm will normally be delivered
the next working day within the M25. Delivery outside London, but
within mainland UK, will normally take 3-5 days. Delivery times and
charges for other areas, including the Scottish Isles and Northern
Ireland, are available on application. We offer an export service;
please contact our Operations department for further details.
for breakages and missing bottles must be notified in writing on
the consignment note at the time of delivery. Please inform us immediately
of any damage or loss, in order to speed up and facilitate your
claim. Non-delivery must be notified within 14 days of the notified
date of dispatch. Any failure to comply will result in the rejection
of any claim; subject always the statutory rights of the Buyer.
The property in Goods ordered from the Company shall pass to the
Buyer only when all monies owed by the Buyer to the Company have
been paid. Until the property in Goods has passed to the Buyer,
the Buyer shall (save in the case of any resale by the Buyer) keep
each consignment of Goods from the Company separate and marked as
being the property of the Company and such Goods shall be properly
stored, protected and insured and the Buyer shall hold them in a
fiduciary capacity. The proceeds representing the invoice price
of the Goods (including without limitation, insurance proceeds)
shall be for the account of the Company and shall be held by the
Buyer in trust for the Company and kept separate from the Buyers
own funds and those of third parties. If the Buyer shall fail to
pay any sums to the Company when due, the Company may, without prejudice
to any other right or remedy, enter any property of the Buyer and
take form the Buyer possession of any Goods in which the Company
has retained the property.
risk in the Goods (in respect of loss or damage or otherwise) shall
pass to the Buyer upon delivery.
company may terminate the contract by written notice, if in the
case of a Company, the Buyer becomes insolvent or is deemed to be
unable to pay its debts within the meaning of Section 123 of the
Insolvency Act 1986 or if, in the case of an individual, the Buyer
agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with
the laws of England and the Company and the Buyer submit to the
non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England.
Dunbar Fine Wine does receive a small commission for any wine sold
through this site. Dunbar Fine Wine is however, neither the Vendor
nor the Client, but solely the intermediary where quality and price
are the criteria in selecting wine placed on the recommendations
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