Prices quoted in the price guide are correct at the time of going to press. Goods will be invoiced at prices ruling at the time of despatch.


Strictly nett within 28 days of invoice. Interest will be charged on outstanding accounts at 2% above the current bank rates.


Orders under the value of £35.00 nett value excluding VAT will be subject to a surcharge of £5.00 together with carriage unless otherwise stated.


Goods returned after 30 days will only be accepted at Tacit’s discretion and are subject to a 45% handling charge.


All prices are exclusive of VAT.


On receipt these should be examined by consignee. When this cannot be done they must be ‘unexamined’. If a clear signature is obtained for “Goods received in a good condition” no claim can be considered.


Claims for damaged goods must be notified to the Company’s head office by telephone or fax within three days of delivery. Written confirmation to be received by post within seven days of delivery. Claims notified after this period will NOT be entertained.


Non delivery must be notified within five days of receipt of the invoice and confirmed in writing otherwise no liability will be considered.


Tacit warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship. Tacit’s sole obligation under this warranty shall be to repair, replace or refund, to its buyer, the price of the defective product or component. All such repairs, refunds and replacements are subject to rules, terms and conditions that Tacit may promulgate from time to time.


The foregoing limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties express or implied, including merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Tacit be liable for indirect, consequential or special damages of any nature whatsoever.


Title in the goods remains with the seller until full payment has been received by the company.

a) Should the buyer default in any payment when due, the seller will be entitled to repossess all the goods held by the buyer which are still the seller’s property (without prejudice to any other right or remedy arising out of such default in payment) and for this purpose the seller will be entitled to enter upon the land or buildings on or which the goods may be situated and to remove the same. All costs incurred by the seller in repossessing the goods shall be borne by the buyer.

b) Any goods so repossessed shall be sold and the proceeds of the sale set off against the amounts due to the seller by the buyer. Any balance remaining of the proceeds of sale shall be paid to the buyer. If the said proceeds of sale are not sufficient the buyer shall remain liable to pay to the seller the amount remaining due together with any interest accruing therein.



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Please note Tacit has a policy of continual improvement, therefore we have to advise that sizes, weights, measurements and colours shown in the catalogue are nominal only and changes to designs, specifications and equipment may occur at any time without notice and without incurring any obligations. The precise specification of any article will always be given, if requested, on application.

N.B: All photographs. company names. golf courses and logos appearing in this brochure are for illustration purposes only and do not infer endorsement.

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