Terms & Conditions

Context
Ownable is a new type of transactional platform designed to facilitate the purchase of products seen in printed magazines. We refer orders to the product brand or supplier who is then responsible to fulfil the order.

Until the order is placed we hold any money paid to us on the customers behalf. The customer has absolute control of this money until the point the order is accepted by the supplier - a single button press cancels their request and refunds their money directly to them. It is entirely the actions of the customer. Ownable has no control over this

At the point of order placement the the buyer becomes the customer of the supplier, whose usual terms, conditions and returns policy will then apply. At this point our contract with the customer has been fulfilled and any further contractual issues should be referred to the supplier

By using Ownable you agree to be bound by these terms.


Price
The price of a product includes VAT (where applicable) at the current rate chargeable. The price of delivery is shown to UK mainland only. A higher delivery charge may be payable to territories outside of the UK mainland.

Delivery
The Supplier should fulfil any order within a reasonable time and in any event within 14 days of you placing the order.

Products personalised or specifically made to your specification (including, the selection of one or more options) will be delivered on the date agreed with the Supplier. If the Supplier fails to fulfil the order within 14 days of the agreed date then, unless the delay was cause by one of the mitigating causes set out below, or you have agreed an alternative delivery date, then the you shall have the option to cancel the order by giving 14 days notice by email.

Mitigating causes are events outside of the Suppliers reasonable control such as act(s) of God, wars, terrorist attacks, embargoes, riots, strikes, lock-outs, trade disputes, fires, floods, earthquakes or other natural disasters, break-down, inclement weather, interruption of transport, Government action or failure of public or private telecommunications or transport networks.

If such a mitigating event affects the delivery of products to you, the Supplier will contact you to arrange a new delivery date after the event is over.

Responsibility for quality of goods
The Supplier is responsible to you for the satisfactory nature of any product purchased.

Products descriptions displayed are believed to be accurate and complete. We cannot guarantee that computer displays of colour accurately reflect the colour of actual products. This disclaimer does not affect the your statutory rights in respect of the Supplier.

Returns
Under UK law, you can return products to the supplier and receive a refund of the price paid (including basic delivery charges) for any reason, provided that you have given notice to Supplier of your intention to return them within 14 days of dispatch ("returns notice"). Some suppliers may extend this period and details should be included with the documentation accompanying your delivery

If a product has been delivered before you decide to cancel, it must be returned to the Supplier without undue delay and, in any event, within 14 days of the returns notice.

You are responsible for the costs of returning the products to the Supplier unless it is established that the products are faulty or not as described by the supplier.

The process for returning products and obtaining a refund will be set out on the suppliers website

The supplier is legally required to refund you within 14 days of the earlier of:

If a product is returned because it is faulty, postage and packing costs will be refunded to you along with the full cost of the product.

The right to return products is excluded by European law in respect of products that are:

The Supplier is permitted by law to reduce the refund to reflect any reduction in the value of the goods caused by your handling them in a way which would not be permitted in a shop. Such amount may be deducted from the refund amount.

The Supplier will communicate directly with you regarding payment for the cost of delivery, postage and packaging charges relating to returns.

Ethical supply
Suppliers using Ownable are encouraged to operate ethically and to provide an environment which protects their employees' health, safety and basic human rights without discrimination, harsh or inhumane treatment, oppressive working hours, inadequate rates of pay or onerous terms of employment.

Misuse
Ownable should not be used in any way that:

causes, or is likely to cause access to it to be interrupted, damaged or impaired
breaches any applicable local, national or international law or regulation
is unlawful or fraudulent, or has any unlawful or fraudulent purpose or effect

No content is permitted that is or may become:

Links to other websites and third party resources are provided for information only and should not be interpreted as an endorsement of those linked websites. Ownable is not liable for any loss or damage that may arise from use of them.

Legal provisions
Ownable is the trading name of Seeninprint Limited of The Pinnacle, 170 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes, UK

These terms and conditions are effective from 1st March 2019, they supersede any and all earlier agreements and constitute the entire agreement between Ownable and you

Intellectual property
All copyright and other property in the Ownable brand belongs to Seeninprint Ltd. No content shall be reused or published without the specific consent of Seeninprint Ltd.

The rights in the platform, websites and content are protected by international copyright laws as well as by any relevant national law concerning copyright, authors' rights and database right laws. All such rights are reserved.

Creating and/or publishing database(s) that feature substantial parts of ownable content is not permitted.

Severability
Each provision of these terms operates separately. If any court or relevant authority decides that any of them are unlawful or unenforceable, the remaining provisions will remain in full force and effect.

Waiver
Lack of, or delay in, taking action to enforce these terms does not constitute the waiver of any rights.

Jurisdiction
These terms are governed by English law. The courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction over any dispute or claim arising