Your Legal Rights on this Website

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This website complies with:

The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000:

Companies in the UK must include certain regulatory information on their websites and in their email footers before 1 January 2007 or they will breach the Companies Act and risk a fine.

Every company should list its company registration number, place of registration, and registered office address on its website as a result of an update to the legislation of 1985. The information, which must be in legible characters, should also appear on order forms and in emails. Such information is already required on "business letters" but the duty is being extended to websites, order forms and electronic documents.

We trade as Northern Bee Books, at

Scout Bottom Farm, Mytholmroyd, Heben Bridge  HX7 5JS

 We are a partnership so do not have a registration number

Best wishes


Basically distance selling should include a cooling off period when the consumer can cancel the contract agreements if they want. If 7 days is used for buying books from Northern Bee Books, the customer may not want to exercise that right as it would delay the sending of the book by post- it seems the best solution if for Northern Bee Books to Email the customer confirming the provisional sale contract and ask the customer if they waive their cooling off period, so the book/s can be sent immediately.