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Warranty Information

Warranty
Test International undertake to repair or replace any goods manufactured or supplied by it and in the reasonable judgement of Test International to be defective in material or workmanship.

  1. Test International shall be required to comply with this warranty where such defective material or workmanship is found within 12 months from the date of delivery, or 18 months from shipment, whichever is soonest.
  2.  If required by Test International , the buyer shall return or procure the return of the goods alleged to be defective to Test International who may carry out repairs. Test International shall not be responsible under this warranty if:
  1. The buyer shall not have paid all the invoices for goods and services supplied by Test International within the agreed time.
  2. The goods have been improperly maintained, installed or operated.
  3. The goods have been altered or modified so as to adversely affect the operation or use or durability or so as to change their intended use.
  4. The Test International liability under warranty contained in this clause is limited to the repair or replacement of defective goods and making good defective workmanship.

Copyright

The contents of all Test International website, catalogues and other literature published by us are protected by copyright and may not be reproduced or used without written consent.

Force Majeure
All contracts are subject to Test International’s right to cancel the same in whole or in part in case of war, rebellion, hostilities or any local or national emergency, government action, strikes, lock-outs or any other causes which are unforeseen or beyond the immediate control of Test International which affects or interferes with production, shipment, transit, delivery or installation of the goods subject to contract.

Jurisdiction
All contracts shall be deemed to have been made in England, unless otherwise agreed by Test International in writing and the construction, performance and validity thereof shall be governed by English law. In relation to sales where the buyer has his place of business outside the United Kingdom or its residences outside the United Kingdom all disputes with regard to the contract shall be settled by arbitration in London in accordance with the rules for the time being of the International Chamber of Commerce.