Deliveries are carried out by Royal Mail, Monday to Saturday.
Delivery operates at the time of the transfer of the product’s physical possession to the client (the “Delivery”). The risk of lost or deterioration of the Product is transferred to the client at the time of the Delivery.
Delivery prices applicable to the Order are those indicated on the Website at the time of the Order in the section “Shipping”.
The delivery is made to the delivery address indicated by the client, being specified that it must be the address of the client’s residence, an individual of their choice or a legal entity (delivery to their company). Deliveries cannot be made either to hotels or P.O. boxes.
Client must make sure that they have provided accurate and complete information concerning the delivery address (including in particular: house number number/name, building number/name, staircase, access codes, names and/or numbers for the intercom, etc.). In case of inability to deliver the products at the address indicated by the client, products will be returned to URBAG® which reimburse the Client within five (5) days of the products’ receipt by URBAG®.
Orders are shipped within 1 to 2 business days at most for a Delivery in the United Kingdom, from the first business date after the confirmation of the Order. Nevertheless, the period may be extended up to 10 working days, especially after the launch of a new collection and from November 23 to December 31, considering the significant increase of the orders volume.
Unfortunately, URBAG® cannot deliver outside of the United Kingdom.
URBAG® cannot be liable for the late Delivery caused by a case of force majeure (as defined below).
If the delivery time is exceeded and is not justified by a case of force majeure, the client may request the cancellation of the
sale and within a maximum period of 15 days will receive a refund of the Order. URBAG® cannot be liable of any direct or indirect damage resulting from delay of delivery.
Upon the occurrence of an event of force majeure, the concerned party shall inform the other within a period of fifteen (15) days of the occurrence of this event, by email or registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt. Specifically considered as cases of force majeure or fortuitous event, in addition to those regularly cited by the jurisprudence of the British courts and tribunals, are total or partial strikes, lockouts, riots, boycotts or other actions of an industrial nature or commercial disputes, civil unrest, insurrection, war, terrorism, bad weather, epidemics, blocking of the means of transport or supply for any reason whatsoever, earthquake, fire, storm, flood, water damage, governmental or statutory restrictions, legal or regulatory modifications of marketing changes, computer failure, blocking of telecommunications, including wired or wireless telecommunications networks, and any other instance independent of the will of the parties preventing the normal execution of the contractual relationship. All the obligations of the parties will be suspended for the duration of the event of force majeure, without compensation. If the event of force majeure continues for more than three (3) months, the contract may be terminated without compensation for one or other of the parties.