Welcome to the Blackhouse terms and conditions for website use. All of T&C’s apply to users of our website at www.blackhouse.co.uk . By accessing Blackhouse website and/or the placing of an order, you are agreeing to be bound by the following terms and conditions.

By using this website, it indicates that you fully accept these terms – regardless of whether you choose to register or order from the site or not. Please note, that if you don’t accept these stated terms, then we advise that you do not use the Blackhouse website.

The www.blackhouse.co.uk website is operated by:
Blackhouse (Scotland) Limited, a company registered in Scotland, whose registered office is at 5 Middleton Park, Keltybridge Kinross-Shire, United Kingdom, KY4 0GZ. Our Limited company registration number is SC523446.

Our VAT registration number is 237058506

Our contact details are as follows:
Trading address:
5 Middleton Park,
Keltybridge,
Kinross-Shire,
KY4 0GZ.
General email: sales@blackhouse.co.uk

Telephone number: +44 (0) 1577 898010

  1. Introduction

1.1 You will be allowed and able to gain access most parts of the Blackhouse Website without registering any of your details with us. However, certain areas of the Website are only available to you upon registration.
1.2 We reserve the right to revise these terms and conditions in the future at any time, by the updating of this posting.  To review our up to date terms and conditions we advise that you check this Website periodically, because these T & C’s are legally binding on you. Occasionally certain aspects of these T & C’s may be superseded by specifically and expressly designated legal terms or notices located on particular pages of the Blackhouse Website. If you feel that do not wish to accept or be bound by any new T & C’s, after giving notice, we advise that you should cease using this Website.

  1. Ordering from Blackhouse

2.1 You are deemed to have placed an order with Blackhouse by ordering using our online checkout process. As part of Blackhouse checkout process, you will have the opportunity to double-check your order and to amend any errors that may have occurred. We will then send you order acknowledgement by email, which will include a detailed list if the products ordered by you.
2.2 Blackhouse acceptance of an order occurs when we despatch the goods. We will email you a despatch confirmation including any relevant tracking numbers. When we send the order, the purchase contract will then be deemed to have been made, even in instances where payment has been immediately processed, unless you have been notified by us that we do not accept your order, or you have for any reason cancelled your order.
2.3 We reserve the right to refuse to accept orders:
(a) in instances where goods may not be available;
(b) in instances where we have been unable to gain authorisation for your payment;
(c) in instances where there has been a product or pricing description error; or
(d) if you fall short on any of the eligibility criteria that we set out in our T & C’s.

  1. Pricing

3.1 All prices quoted are inclusive of VAT (where applicable) at the current UK rates.
3.2 Where we charge separately for postage and packing and shipping insurance and other relevant costs, the corresponding rates are detailed in our specified pricing structure on our Website.
3.3 We reserve the right to periodically review our prices as our costs change.

  1. Cancellations & Returns

4.1 In cases where you wish to cancel or modify your order:
(a) you can inform us by an email to sales@blackhouse.co.uk prior to us despatching the goods to you; or
(b) if goods have already been sent to you, by returning the goods to us, in accordance with our clause 4.2 detailed below.
4.2 You can return stock goods ordered from Blackhouse for any reason within 14 days of receiving them in exchange for a complete refund or exchange. Any costs incurred in returning goods back to us shall be borne by you.
4.3 We will issue a full refund upon receipt of the goods.
4.4 The rights to return the goods to us as detailed in clause 4.3 will not be applicable in the following circumstances: –
(a) if we deem that the product has been used
(b) where any product has been manufactured to order or customised to your unique specification
The provisions of this clause 4.4 do not in any way affect your consumer’s statutory rights.
(c) where original packaging has been discarded or destroyed we reserve the right not to issue a refund on the basis that the goods are not in a saleable condition.

  1. Licence

All images and text used in the Blackhouse website remains the property of Blackhouse and must not be copied, used or reproduced without the prior permission of Blackhouse.

  1. Service access

6.1 While we always endeavour to make sure that Blackhouse site is normally accessible 24 hours a day; Blackhouse will not be held liable if for any reason in the future this Website is not available at any time or for any time period.
6.2 Access to the Blackhouse Website may be temporarily suspended without notice in the unlikely instance of a system failure, ongoing maintenance/repair or for reasons outwith our control.

  1. Registration
    7.1 Anybody registering with www.blackhouse.co.uk must be eighteen years of age or above.
    7.2 Each registration is valid only for a single user.
    7.3 Responsibility for the security and privacy of any passwords issued is with you.  If you know, or even suspect that another individual is aware of your password details, then we advise you to contact us immediately.
    7.4 We reserve the right to suspend or even terminate your registration at our reasonable discretion, if you are in breach of any of your obligations under our clearly stated terms and conditions.
  1. Disclaimer

8.1 While we work hard to ensure that all information on this site is factually correct, we in no way warrant the completeness and accuracy of the material listed within this Website. We reserve the right to amend material on this Website, or to any of the prices and products described in it, at any time and without prior notice. The material displayed on this Website may even be out of date, and Blackhouse make no commitment to keep such material updated.
8.2 The material on the Blackhouse Website is provided “as is” and without any warranties, conditions or other terms of any description. Accordingly, and to the maximum extent permitted by UK law, Blackhouse provide this Website on the main basis that we exclude all warranties, conditions, representations and all other terms (including, and without limitation, the conditions imposed upon us by law of satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose and the use where necessary of reasonable care and skill) which, but for these terms and conditions, may have effect in regard and relation to this site.

  1. Liability

9.1 Blackhouse, all other parties (whether or not they are involved in producing, maintaining, creating, or delivering this Web-site), and any other of our group of companies as well as the directors, officers, employees, shareholders or even agents of any one of them, exclude all and any responsibility and liability for any amounts or kinds of losses or damages that may occur to you or any third party (including without any limitation, any direct, indirect, consequential or punitive loss or damages, or any subsequent loss of income, goodwill, profit, data, use of money, contracts, or any loss or damages as a result of or connected in any way to an interruption to business, and whether in tort (including without any limitation negligence), contract, or otherwise) in connection with the Blackhouse website in any way or in any connection with the use, or inability to use, or the results of the use of this Website, or any websites linked in to this Website, or the material content on such websites, including -but not limited to – loss or damages due to any viruses that may infect your computing equipment, data, software, or any other property as a result of access to, use of, or browsing the Blackhouse Website or the downloading of material from this Website, or any other websites linked to this one.
9.2 Nothing stated in these terms and conditions should exclude or even limit our liability for
(a) death or some personal injury deemed to be caused by negligence (as such a term is defined in detail by the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977);
(b) fraud;
(c) misrepresentation in relation to a fundamental matter; or
(d) any liabilities which are unable to be excluded or limited under the relevant applicable law.
9.3 If your usage and access of material on the Blackhouse Website results in a repair, servicing, correction of equipment, software or data, you will assume all costs associated with that.
9.4 You will agree to indemnify us completely, defend, hold us, and our officers, employees, directors and agents, harmless from and against all liability, claims, losses, damages, costs (including all reasonable legal fees) arising out of a breach of these terms and conditions by you, or any use of this Website, or alternatively the use by another person using your details of registration.

  1. Governing law and jurisdiction

10.1 All of these terms and conditions will be governed by and construed in line with UK law. Any disputes arising relating to these terms and conditions will be made subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the UK courts.
10.2 It is prohibited and against our terms and conditions to access the Blackhouse Website from territories and areas where its contents are deemed to be illegal or unlawful. If you access the Blackhouse Website from locations outwith the United Kingdom, you do so completely at your own risk and you are solely responsible for any compliance with local laws.

  1. Miscellaneous

11.1 You may not assign, sub-license or in any way transfer any of your rights under these stated terms and conditions
11.2 If any provision of these terms and conditions is determined by any court of a competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the invalidity of the provision will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions which shall continue to have full force and effect.
11.3 Only the parties to these terms and conditions may seek to enforce them under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999