Just checking the terms and conditions of one of my suppliers terms and conditions and noticed this clause (as made bold). Does anyone know whether this is in breach of the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977.
GENERAL. In these conditions "You" or "Your" means any person(s), firm or company that purchases goods from us. All business is accepted by the Company only upon and subject to the following Terms & Conditions of Sales to the exclusion of all other terms (including any terms You purport to apply under any purchase order, confirmation of order, specification or other document). No alterations to these terms shall be accepted unless confirmed in writing by the Company. Your order shall not be binding on the Company unless accepted by the Company in writing.
I read somewhere that also because it doesn't explicitly say "conditions" after "terms" that it voids this exclusion clause.