Every decision includes the plain acceptance of our general sales conditions, and will only become final after our regular confirmation.
The quotations are based on the current values of wages and materials. If changes occur, we reserve the right to adapt prices accordingly.
Delivery periods are indicative and exceeding these periods cannot give cause for claiming damages.
When goods are sold ex factory, transport is at the risk of the addressee. By signing the delivery receipt the client acknowledges having received all goods and services in proper condition.
Invoices are payable in Munsterbilzen. An interest of 1% per month will be charged ipso jure and without the need for prior formal notification on all invoices that have not been paid by the due date.
If an invoice is unpaid or only partially paid eight days after notice has been sent, a lump sum of 10% of the principal sum will be owed for all additional costs with a minimum of 65 euro, without prejudice to statutory interest, as stated above.
Non-payment of expired invoices or bills gives the right to demand immediate and full payment of what is owed to us, also of non-expired invoices or bills.
Complaints regarding visible faults must be submitted within eight days after delivery. If the complaint is considered well founded, we only need to replace the faulty goods, without the possibility of any compensation being claimed for direct or indirect damage.
Objections against an invoice must be carried out in writing within 10 days after the invoice date. The date and invoice number must always be stated.
The goods remain property of the seller as long as the purchase sum has not been fully paid to the seller, even if the goods have been treated. Once the goods have been delivered the buyer is responsible for all loss and damage risks.
In the event of cancellation of an order, the buyer owes a lump sum of damages amounting to 30% of the principal sum.
The owner/buyer is responsible for the necessary provisions, precautions and accessibility of the grounds. He is responsible for the condition and state of the destination, for which all conditions are formulated and for which no responsibility or risk is at the expense of the supplier.
Drawing and/or accepting bills or other negotiable documents, does not entail novation and does not form a deviation of sales conditions.
All claims regarding these invoices or contracts come under the authority of the Tongeren Courts or the Justice of the peace of the Tongeren district. The seller can, however, bring a case before the court of the debtor’s place of residence.
Title retention clause
The title in the goods shall pass to the Buyer only when payment in full has been received by the Seller for all goods whatsoever supplied (and all services rendered) at any time by the Seller to the Buyer. The Buyer shall permit the servants or agents of the Seller to enter on to the Buyer’s premises and repossess the goods at any time prior thereto.
As long as payment has not been effected the Buyer cannot sell, pledge or offer goods as guarantee or collateral security.
Should the goods (or any of them) be converted into a new product, whether or not such conversion involves the admixture of any other goods or thing whatsoever and in whatever proportions, the conversion shall be deemed to have been effected on behalf of the Seller and the Seller shall have the full legal and beneficial ownership of the new products, but without accepting any liability whatsoever in respect of such converted goods in relation to any third party, and the Buyer hereby indemnifies the Seller in relation thereto.
In the case of non-payment at the due date and upon demand the Buyer must return forthwith to the Seller all merchandise unpaid for.