All the suppliers and cooperators of Cotton Barons are obligated to have the translation of the Terms and Conditions done by the competent person in case the English language is not understood. Cotton Barons uses English language as it would be impossible to translate it in all the languages for the countries that Cotton Barons operates in.
Our cotton products are made in European Union. We cooperate with several trusted fabric wholesalers who import cotton or threads from EU and outside.
We guarantee to choose the best quality fabric available on our market. It is worth noticing that: - Natural cotton is an untreated fabric that may contain some flaws (dirt) or tiny knots. There might be difference in the way the material is woven which may result in the transparency of the fabric. The quality of the raw cotton fabric may vary from order to order. Different mechanical wrinkles can occur during production and rolling 280gsm natural colour cotton. These folds cannot be removed due to the nature of the fabric. As cotton is all-natural material, it does shrink in the wash and is rather susceptible to wrinkles. The products are all handmade, therefore there might be difference in size (+/ - 1cm) and shape of the bags within one order. The exact length of the handles cannot be guaranteed and the difference might exceed ( + / -2 cm).
The customers have to take into consideration that the colour of the fabric may slightly vary from the one presented on Cotton Barons’ website. The Clients have to note that the Pantone Chart is for guidance purposes only. All monitor displays vary and the colour of the fabric has no true representation of the colour chart provided. Please request the fabric sample if you have precise specification regarding the colour. Please note that the colour of the fabric may vary from order to order in terms of the shade.
The customers who wish to have our care label sewn into the product, are advised to inform us about it when placing the order.
Our products are used as promotional products. It is advised to hand wash them in 30 C degrees.
As all our products are made to order we are unable to store every size, shape and colour of the bag. We promise to send the nearest size available. If there is specific request for the sample the client is asked to make a payment.
On-line proof is provided in order to present the artwork position and indicate the Pantone colours. The client is responsible for checking all proofs/artwork (including accuracy and layout)/specifications. Approved artwork cannot be amended. Colour variations are possible due to different monitor displays. Please order the printed sample if you have precise specification regarding the colour.
The print on the textile differs from the one printed on any other medias and the results should not be compared. Water inks are absorbed by the fabric, what may cause the change of the printed colour. Within one batch of the products it is likely for the artwork to vary in the position on the products (+ / -1cm). It is due to the production process and the nature of the cotton fabric. The 280gsm cotton fabric is characterised by the raised diagonal lines. Rough texture may result in not 100% ink coverage. Due to loose weave of the 150gsm cotton fabric there might be tiny gaps in the artwork printed. The artwork is printed according to Pantone C Matching System and it is matched as accurately as possible. However due to nature of the textile products there is an allowance for tone difference between specified Pantone and the printed artwork. Print location changes after the item is placed in the bag.
Production and printing costs are determined on the quantity of items required and complexity of the order. The quotation is valid for 30 days from the date specified.
The lead time is approximately 14 days (may change due to Bank Holidays in the UK and EU) once the on-line proof has been approved and the order placed.
Before the production process begins the order acknowledgement form is sent to the customer for approval.
We only collect personal information that is used in ordering process such as: name, address, contact telephone number, e-mail address. We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information. This does not include trusted third parties, such as transport companies. We may release your information when we believe it is appropriate to comply with the law, enforce our policies, or protect ours or others rights, property, or safety. We do not offer any sort of registration on our website or subscription to our newsletter.
The order can only be cancelled within one day from approving the order acknowledgement.
Before the production process begins the order acknowledgment is sent to the customer for the approval. The customer is advised to check all the information in the order acknowledgement as this is the summary of the order and it reflects the final product.
In order to deliver the goods, the customer needs to provide us with the full name, delivery address and the contact telephone number. All the details are passed on to the courier. Delivery prices are based on the weight of the consignment. We guarantee that your items will leave the factory on or before the dispatch date specified. As soon as the parcel has been dispatched the customer will be provided with the tracking number. We cannot be held responsible for goods lost or delayed by the courier company, however, we always try to help to resolve any issues that arise.
The Customer is kindly asked to inspect the condition of packaging on the receipt and report to a courier and Cotton Barons if any damages have occurred during transit. If possible pictures of the packaging need to be taken for further UPS investigation. If there is no-one in attendance to authorise receipt of the package, the delivery agent will leave a card and return the package to the depot where it will be held until instructions to re-deliver are provided. If no instructions are provided within 5 days, the package will be returned to sender.
Every supplier and cooperator of Cotton Barons is committed to the confidentiality in the full extend of the information provided by Cotton Barons. It applies to any form of direct contact made with Cotton Barons’ clients in order to engage in the deal omitting Cotton Barons. It also applies to the direct contact in any other respect without the permission of Cotton Barons. All the Cotton Barons' suppliers and cooperators are accepting this condition with the cooperation agreement. Anybody found breaking this agreement will be liable for the damages payout at the rate of Ł20000 per every single contact made.
The penalty charge of Ł20000 applies in case the supplier or cooperator wishes to give the faulse statements about Cotton Barons on any of the public or private media platform. It is charged per every single/individual piece of information or review given. It also apllies to the faulse reviews or complains that are not true or appeared as a result of the despute that is not Cotton Barons' fault. Also applies when the review or comaint that came up in the process of a deal that did not go in line with the agreement but is not Cotton Barons' fault and can be proven. All the revies or complains left as a result of Cotton Barons' fault are within the full right of anybody that may be potentially harmed by Cotton Barons as a result of Cotton Barons' negligence.
The buyers are asked to make a payment of 100% of the value before the production process begins. However, on request we may change the condition to suit one’s needs. We offer our customers BACS system of the payment and the card payment via the phone.
Bank account details Cotton Barons Nat West Bank Account No 55588611 Sort Code 60-21-29
Telephone number: 0208 665 2460
Interests and administrative charges will be applied on any outstanding payment. All outstanding invoices passed the due date will be charged with the interest. The interest will be charged at the rate of 19.8% a year as per section 69 of the County Court’s Act 1984 and a daily charge of £4.45. All administrative letters regarding the outstanding payments are charged at £35 + VAT. All court proceedings will take place near the Cotton Barons place of residence. Please note that all invoices not settled within our payment terms will be referred to our Debt Recovery Agents and will be subject to a surcharge of £485 and 15% plus VAT in lieu of our recovery charges.
We use our customers’ feedback in order to act on the results.
Any complaint regarding goods must be made in writing to us within 7 days from the date of delivery. Complaints exceeding this period are not accepted.
Cotton Barons have got the right to resell the products returned by the clients.
The goods that are left from the production line are used as samples during Shows, photography sessions, in social media…The clients are advised to inform us if they do not agree to this practice. Cotton Barons have not got a right to resell them.
All the website content is the property of Cotton Barons. Any misuse, damaging actions or use of the Cotton Barons` content in order to obtain financial benefits will be treated as theft. All the above will be followed by the legal action in order to recover the cost of £2000 for each individual item. However, the use of the content is permitted on request. Also, no actions will be taken against customers who wish to use the content as a product sample representation.
All suppliers of Cotton Barons are approached in order to supply the goods to Cotton Barons only. Every bonding contract to supply the goods to Cotton Barons with the delivery to Cotton Barons` customers is only between the supplier and Cotton Barons. Every attempt to directly approach Cotton Barons` customers will be treated as the breach of contract and liable for the compensation in the sum of £25000 for damages.
Cotton Barons act in the accordance to the European Employment Law which covers such areas as: conditions of employment (working time, posting of workers, discrimination, equal pay and the protection of pregnant workers); protection of personal data; free movement of workers; equal treatment; family friendly rights; health and safety - working times.
These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in the accordance with the laws of England and Wales and each party agrees irrevocably to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales. Any other websites which are linked to our website are governed by their own terms and conditions. We accept no responsibility or liability for web sites that are not under our control.
All terms and conditions are applicable to all Cotton Barons suppliers and cooperators.
Every supplier and contractor is obligated to complete the approved order that is either in the process of manufacturing or accepted as started.
All the information and materials that have been manufactured and came into existence as a result of the Cotton Barons proceedings are only and solely for the Cotton Barons disposition. These are not to be used for any marketing purposes, distribution, resale or any actions that would breach the condition of the confidentiality. This is crucial and especially important as Cotton Barons resale these products to the end clients whos this property belongs to. The completed orders and the end of cooperation brings the need of the obligation of the destruction/utilisation of any traces of the materials used ranging from the written correspondence, pictures to the produced materials like the screens, negatives for printing and samples. These are to be destroyed at the end of cooperation and evidenced to Cotton Barons.
All sub products, tools and products produced as well as marketing materials are not to be used by any cooperator or supplier for their own needs other than the fulfilment of the Cotton Barons orders. Any breach of this agreement will come with the penalty in the sum of £4000 per unit or £20000 for the use of the direct contact with Cotton Barons customers that became known in the process of the ordering by Cotton Barons.
also known as a confidentiality agreement (CA), confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), proprietary information agreement (PIA) or secrecy agreement (SA)
1: COTTON BARONS (Company Number 08115661) whose registered office is at 48a Mitcham Park, Mitcham, CR4 4EJ
PARTIES (2): ALL suppliers and co-operators of the Cotton Barons.
A The Parties have agreed to enter into discussions and
negotiations in relation to the Project, during the course of
which, the Parties may disclose to each other certain
B The Parties have agreed to maintain such information as Confidential Information, and not to disclose it to any third Parties under any circumstances and in any way under the penalty of £20000 for each contact or information made.
“Affiliate” means in respect of the Company, any company which is a Subsidiary or Holding Company or any company within the same group of companies as the Company. Holding Company and Subsidiary Company have the meanings attributed to them in Sections 1159 and Schedule 6 of the Companies Act 2006 "Commencement Date" means the date of this Agreement. "Confidential Information" means this Agreement any information disclosed in relation to the Project and any and all business secrets or confidential information relating or belonging to either Party, including but without limitation, information about sales or marketing plans, creative ideas, business plans, financial information, delivery schedules, designs, drawings, technical specifications, performance data, manufacturing techniques, know-how, technology, information relating to intellectual property rights, any source code or object code or other software of any nature whatsoever, any information obtained through inspection of products, components or apparatus developed or manufactured by or on behalf of either Party or from.
2.1 The clause headings are inserted for convenience only and shall
not affect the construction or interpretation of this Agreement.
2.2 References to clauses and schedules are to clauses and schedules in this Agreement.
2.3 Where the context dictates, the singular shall include the plural and vice versa and any gender shall include the other gender.
2.4 Any reference to any statute or statutory provision will (unless the context otherwise requires) be construed as a reference to that statutory provision as may be amended, consolidated, modified, extended, re-enacted or replaced from time to time.
3.1 Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as compelling either
Party to disclose any information to the other.
3.2 Confidential Information disclosed by the Disclosing Party shall not be used or disclosed by the Receiving Party except for the purposes of the Project and in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
4.1 In consideration of the disclosure by the Disclosing Party to the
Receiving Party of any Confidential Information, the Receiving
4.2 Party undertakes, in relation to any Confidential Information received from the Disclosing Party (whether before or during the term of this Agreement)
(a) to keep it confidential; and
(b) not to use, copy or disclose it any Third Party in each case except as may be permitted under Clause 5 of this Agreement.
5.1 The Receiving Party will restrict disclosure of the Confidential
Information to such of its employees, agents or subcontractors as
have a legitimate need to know or see the same for the purposes of
the Project. The Receiving Party will ensure that such employees,
agents or subcontractors to whom disclosure is made are subject to
equivalent obligations of confidentiality as bind the Receiving
5.2 Subject to the provisions of clauses 5.1 and 5.4, the Receiving Party will not without the prior written consent of the Disclosing Party publish or disclose the Confidential Information to any Third Party as the sum of £20000 will be demanded for every single approach.
5.3 The Receiving Party shall maintain in confidence the Confidential Information and apply security measures no less stringent than the measures which it would apply to protect its own like confidential information (but in any event no less than a reasonable degree of care) to prevent unauthorised disclosure and use of the Confidential Information.
5.4 The Receiving Party will indemnify on demand the Disclosing Party against any loss damage or costs which it sustains arising out of a breach of this clause 5 by the Receiving Party, or the breach of confidence by any third party to whom the Receiving Party has made disclosure.
5.5 Cotton Barons may disclose Confidential Information to its Affiliates provided that any such Affiliate is bound by the same levels of confidentiality as bind Cotton Barons in relation to the usage and disclosure of such Confidential Information
6.1 No rights of any nature in, to or over any intellectual property
right of the Disclosing Party shall be deemed to be conferred by
this Agreement or by any disclosure of Confidential Information to
the Receiving Party and the Receiving Party shall hold
Confidential Information as bare trustee for the Disclosing Party.
6.2 All designs and creative works prepared by or on behalf of Cotton Barons and disclosed during any pitches to the Company as Receiving Party or by way of email or in writing to the Company as the Receiving Party in relation to the Project shall remain the copyright of Cotton Barons and shall not be distributed or copied by the Company as Receiving Party.
7.1 The Parties agree that damages alone shall not be an adequate remedy in the event of any breach or threatened breach of the provisions of this Agreement. Without prejudice to any other remedy it may have, the Disclosing Party shall be entitled to seek relief by way of an injunction and/or specific performance, for any threatened or actual breach of this Agreement including, but without limitation a breach by the Company as Receiving Party of clause 6.2, without the need to prove or quantify loss or damage.
8.1 This Agreement shall commence on the Commencement Date and shall
continue in force until all Confidential Information has been
disclosed between the Parties in relation to the Project
8.2 All confidentiality restrictions contained in this Agreement will continue to apply for a period of five (20) years from the date on which the Confidential Information was disclosed.
9.1 The Disclosing Party may at any time and at its sole discretion
give notice to the Receiving Party requiring either the
destruction or the return of all of the Confidential Information
disclosed by it to the Receiving Party.
9.2 On receipt of a notice given pursuant to clause 9.1, the Receiving Party shall within 48 hours of receipt either return or destroy all Confidential Information of any kind held by, or on behalf of the Receiving Party, whether or not in the possession of the Receiving Party and serve on the Disclosing Party notice signed by a duly authorised officer of the Receiving Party confirming that the Receiving Party has complied with the Notice served pursuant to clause 9.1.
10.1 The Receiving Party acknowledges that the Confidential Information
may relate to things which are still be under development, or may
be incomplete. Accordingly, the Disclosing Party gives no warranty
regarding the accuracy, completeness, functionality or efficacy of
the Confidential Information or the validity of ownership of any
intellectual property rights relating to any Confidential
Information disclosed. The Disclosing Party accepts no
responsibility for any expenses, losses, claim or action incurred
or undertaken by the Receiving Party as a result of the Receiving
Party's receipt or use of Confidential Information.
10.2 The Disclosing Party gives no warranty that it will introduce any product referred to in the Confidential Information or the Project.
11.1 The Disclosing Party acknowledges that the disclosure of the
Confidential Information gives it no rights in respect of any
product, process or intellectual property which the Receiving
Party may develop solely as a result of the Receiving Party's own
research and development conducted without reference to the
11.2 The obligations of the Receiving Party under this Agreement are in addition to any other obligations which the Receiving Party may have under statute, common law or otherwise.
11.3 All parties agree that this Agreement does not grant any licence, implied or otherwise, or create any other rights or obligations other than those contained in this Agreement, including but without limitation, the obligation to purchase any products or services or enter any other agreement with the other Party.
11.4 Notices under this Agreement shall be deemed to be served via our Terms and Conditions statement which is always visible on our website and correctly addressed to the respective Party as detailed at the beginning of this Agreement which is covering all the suppliers and co-operators.
11.5 If a Party changes its address for notification purposes, then it shall give the other Party written notice of its new address and the date on which it shall become effective.
11.6 No variation of this Agreement or amendment to this Agreement shall be valid unless agreed in writing and signed by both Parties.
11.7 If any provision of this Agreement is found by any competent authority or a court of law to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect.
11.8 Failure by either Party to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not be deemed to be a waiver of future enforcement of that or any other provision.
11.9 Nothing in this Agreement shall constitute or be construed as constituting a partnership or joint venture between the Parties or shall authorise one Party to enter into contractual relationships or incur obligations on behalf of the other Party.
11.10 An entity which is not expressly a Party to this Agreement has no right under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any term of this Agreement with the exception that this Agreement shall apply to all Affiliates of Cotton Barons and all Affiliates of Cotton Barons may enforce the terms of this Agreement as if they are a Party to this Agreement.
11.11 This Agreement represents the entire agreement between the Parties relating to the Confidential Information and supersedes all prior agreements, arrangements and understandings between the Parties relating to the Confidential Information and each Party agrees that it will have no remedy in respect of any untrue statement innocently or negligently made by or on behalf of the other Party prior to agreeing with these terms by the this Agreement which such Party relied upon in entering into this Agreement whether such statement was made orally or in writing.
11.13 This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and the Parties shall submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
He commitment to comply with our terms is effective on and from the Commencement Date of every contact made in order to exchange the information for the cooperation purposes.
All the suppliers and co-operators are accepting these terms automatically without the need to sign the document as it would not be practically possible for Cotton Barons to issue the documents. It is stated that the Terms and Conditions apply with all the dealings with Cotton Barons. The English language, which the Terms and Conditions are written in, is the language that cotton Barons operates in and all the parties are committed to be able to understand it or translate at own .
All the co-operator, apart from the customers, do not have the right to leave any reviews or any kind on any of the media services. Every attempt would be charged at £20000.