The following terms are used in these general terms and conditions:
2. Application of general terms and conditions
3. Offers, quotations and order confirmation
5. Duration of the agreement
6. Payment methods
7. Complaints – protest of invoice
– The goods delivered shall remain the property of the service provider/seller as long as the purchase price owed by the customer/buyer has not been paid in full to the service provider/seller. As long as this payment has not been made, the principal/purchaser is not entitled to pledge the goods or to use them as security in the broadest sense of the word;
– The goods are dispatched at the risk of the client/purchaser, except in the case of intent or gross negligence on the part of the carrier. The transport costs are, unless otherwise stipulated, at the expense of the client/purchaser;
– The service provider is entitled to charge a fee for durable packaging materials if necessary, which fee will be stated on the invoice and also communicated to the client in advance;
– If the principal does not accept the goods offered, the service provider shall have the right to charge storage costs at a rate of 2% per month of the accumulated invoice amount, starting from the day the service provider wanted to deliver. If the goods are not accepted within 1 month after the first month of storage, the agreement shall expire and the accumulated invoices (invoice) shall become immediately payable, and the service provider shall be entitled to claim 10% of the total amount of the invoice by way of damages;
– The service provider guarantees all defects to the extent that they can be guaranteed by the manufacturer. In case of any liability on the part of the service provider, this shall be limited to a maximum of 6 months of invoicing to the client.
If the liability of the service provider is proven, it is limited to 6 months of invoicing, except for fraud, gross negligence.
9. Property rights
10. Termination of contract – gross negligence
11. Processing of personal data
Each party has the right to claim a higher compensation when the real damage exceeds the lump sum compensation.
13. Force majeure
17. Pledge clause
18. Applicable law-court