Terms & Conditions

By placing an order at Occasional Papers, you warrant that you are at least 18 years old or have your guardian’s permission to buy from us and accept these terms & conditions which shall apply to all orders placed or to be placed on our website for the sale and supply of any product. None of these terms & conditions affect your statutory rights. No other terms or changes to the terms & conditions shall be binding unless agreed in writing signed by us.

Personal Information

The personal information you provide is used solely for purposes of delivery and credit assessment, and to keep you informed about Occasional Papers. Under no condition will the information you provide be shared with a third party, and you have the right, at any time, to consult, amend or delete the information you have shared with us.

Force Majeure

Events outside of our control that are not reasonably foreseeable shall be considered force majeure, in which case Occasional Papers is released from its obligations to fulfil contractual agreements. Example of such events include government action or omission, new or amended legislation, strikes or lack of delivery from suppliers, conflict, embargo – or, heaven forbid – fire, flood, sabotage, accident, war and natural disasters. The force majeure also includes government decisions that affect the market negatively and products, for example, restrictions, warnings, ban, etc.


All products remain our property until full payment is made. The price applicable is that set at the date on which you place your order. Shipping costs and payment fees are recognised before confirming the purchase. All transfers conducted through Occasional Papers are handled and transacted through dedicated third-party gateways to guarantee your protection. Card information is not stored and all card information is handled over SSL encryption. Please consult the terms & conditions of the payment gateway chosen for the transaction, as it is responsible for the transaction itself.

Local Taxes

Please note that local charges such as sales tax or customs duty may occur depending on your regional laws and regulations. These charges are not covered by Occasional Papers.


We use cookies according to the Electronic Communications Act, effective as of 25 July 2003. A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer that contains information that helps the website identify and track the visitor. Cookies do not harm your computer, consist only of text, cannot contain viruses and occupy virtually no space on your hard drive.

These cookies are of two types, “Session Cookies” and cookies that are saved permanently on your computer. A “Session Cookie” is never stored permanently on your computer and disappears when you close your browser. The second type of cookie is used to track how you navigate the website. This is only used to offer you better services and support, and the cookies’ text files can be deleted. On our website, we use this type of cookie to keep track of your shopping cart and to keep visitor statistics. The information stored on your computer is only a unique number, without any connection to personal information.

Additional Information

We reserve the right to amend any information, including but not limited to prices, technical specifications, terms of purchase and product offerings without prior notice. In the event that a product is sold out, we have the right to cancel the order and refund any amount paid.