Terms & Conditions

All purchases and orders are covered by these terms and conditions.

  1. Colors and woods vary. No two pieces of wood look the same and each piece of wood looks different in different lighting conditions and on different monitors. What you see on your monitor will not be exactly the same as what arrives. In some cases variations of the piece are shipped, and will be similar to the displayed piece both in species, style and size but can vary in edge (in the case of live or broken edge), grain, knots, wood figure and epoxy figurations. Every effort will be made to make the piece look as close as possible to the one pictured.

  2. All content on this website including text and images are copyright Allison Corbett. All rights reserved. No part of the this site may be used without written permission.

  3. Delivery times are estimates, not promises. I will do my best to get your piece mailed as soon as possible but many factors are out of my control.

  4. Once a custom order is paid and signed off, it cannot be refunded or modified.

  5. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY Corbett Creatives represents that reasonable care is taken with respect to creating acceptable pieces. However, in the event Corbett Creative fails to comply with the obligations of the sale, for any reason, including but not limited to events outside of Corbett Creatives’ control or the Corbett Creatives’ own negligence, Corbett Creatives’ liability shall be limited to a refund of all payments made by you.

  6. DISPUTE RESOLUTION The parties agree that any claim or dispute between them or against any agent, employee, successor, or assign of the other, whether related to this agreement or otherwise, and any claim or dispute related to this agreement or the relationship of duties contemplated under this contract, including the validity of this mediation and arbitration clause, shall be settled by mediation and subsequent arbitration in the state of Connecticut if necessary as follows: 

  7. Mediation: First, a mediator to be selected by mutual agreement of the parties shall mediate all such disputes. In the event the parties cannot agree on a mediator within fifteen (15) days of the receipt by either of written notice of the other requesting application of Section 19, then each party shall designate a party within fifteen (15) days thereof by written notice to the other. Within fifteen (15) days thereof the two parties selected then shall mutually designate a mediator for mediation of the dispute. The mediation shall continue from time to time until the dispute is resolved or the mediator has made a determination in writing that the dispute cannot be resolved through mediation and arbitration is recommended, provided that mediation may be terminated by either party upon fifteen (15) days notice given at any time on or after the sixty-first (61) day after notice requesting application of this Section. The mediator shall recommend one or more arbitrators to the parties. 

  8. Arbitration: Second, upon (i) written determination by the mediator that arbitration is recommended, and (ii) written request within ten (10) days thereafter by either party, the dispute shall be submitted to arbitration under the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association (the “AAA”), before an arbitrator to be selected by the parties. If the parties cannot agree on an arbitrator within ten (10) days of one party’s notice to the other party invoking the right to arbitrate, then the AAA shall appoint an arbitrator who has significant experience in arbitrating matters similar to the subject matter disputed under this agreement. The arbitration shall commence not less than ten (10) days nor more than thirty (30) days after the arbitrator has been designated. The arbitration shall be concluded as soon as reasonably possible, and the arbitrator shall make a written determination of the dispute within fifteen (15) days of the completion of the arbitration hearing. The prevailing party in any such arbitration shall be awarded reasonable attorney’s fees, expert and non-expert witness costs and expenses and other costs and expenses incurred in connection with such arbitration, unless the arbitrator, for good cause, determines otherwise. Cost and fees of the arbitrator shall be borne by the non-prevailing party, unless the arbitrator determines otherwise. The arbitrator’s adjudication shall be final and fully binding upon the parties and enforceable in any court having jurisdiction thereof. In no event shall an award in mediation or arbitration initiated under this clause exceed the contracted price for services and products of the controversy in dispute.

  9. All products subject to prior sale.


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