- In these conditions:-
- "Company" shall mean Ludger Ltd.
- "Client" shall mean the person, firm, company, organisation or agent placing the Order or on behalf of which or whom the Order is placed for the Goods and/or Services.
- "Goods" shall mean the goods or materials which are the subject of the Order.
- "Services" shall mean services of any type which are the subject of the Order.
- "Order shall mean a request, written or verbal, by the Client to the Company to supply Goods and/or Services.
- Goods and/or Services are sold or supplied on these conditions which shall apply to each and every transaction unless otherwise agreed in writing by a Director of the Company.
- These conditions shall apply and prevail over any conditions contained or referred to in any Order.
- The placing of an Order by the Client shall be deemed to be acceptance of these conditions.
- The Company reserves the right to amend accidental errors or omissions in its documentation.
- Any notice sent by recorded delivery to the last-known address of the Client will be deemed to have been received by the Client.
- These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws of England and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
- Nothing in these conditions shall be construed as excluding or restricting any statutory liability or rights which under law must not be so excluded or restricted.
- Any notice required under these conditions shall be in writing addressed to the other party at its registered office or principal place of business or any other address notified by the receiving party to the party giving notice.
- Any notice shall be deemed to be served:
- if sent by pre-paid first class post to the party to whom the notice is given on the second working day after posting or.
- if sent by fax to the recipient's fax number at the date and time given on the senders transmission acknowledgement slip.
How to Order
- How to improve safety and efficacy profiles of therapeutic antibodies
- Demonstrating comparability of antibody glycosylation during biomanufacturing
- Article on fluorescent labelling methods for glycoprofiling
- Sending samples to Ludger from the USA