General Sales Conditions Extreme Tackle. These terms and conditions apply to all (sales) transactions of Extreme Tackle
1.1. These terms and conditions apply to and form part of all quotes from Extreme Tackle and all (sales) transactions with Extreme Tackle,
with the express exclusion of the general (purchase) conditions of the Buyer, unless agreed otherwise in writing between Extreme Tackle and the Buyer. These terms and conditions always have priority over the (general) terms and conditions of sale and delivery of the Buyer, subject to prior written confirmation from Extreme Tackle.
1.2. In this Agreement, the following terms have the meanings stated below, unless the context otherwise indicates:
"Business Day" means a day (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays) on which banks in the country of Extreme Tackle are normally open for the execution of normal bank transactions;
"Buyer": a person who has accepted an Offer from Extreme Tackle for the sale of Products, or whose Order of Products has been accepted by Extreme Tackle;
“Terms and Conditions”: the terms and conditions of sale described in this document, including (unless the context otherwise indicates) any special terms and conditions agreed in writing between the Buyer and Extreme Tackle;
"Agreement": the agreement of purchase and sale of Products;
"Products": the products to be delivered by Extreme Tackle in accordance with these Terms and Conditions (including partial deliveries or product parts);
"Minimum order": the minimum number of Products per order to be determined by Extreme Tackle at any time;
“Order”: an offer from Extreme Tackle accepted by the Buyer, containing an order to Extreme Tackle to deliver the Products to the Buyer or to prepare the Products at the location of Extreme Tackle or at a location to be agreed upon later, where Buyer collects the Products;
2. PRINCIPLES FOR SALE
2.1. Extreme Tackle sells the Products, just as the Purchaser purchases them, in accordance with the present Terms and Conditions, which apply to the Agreement to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions on the basis of which the Purchaser has (or believes to have) accepted the Order or has an Order (or believes it has done).
2.2. These Conditions can only be legally deviated from if this is in writing between the authorized representatives of
Buyer and Extreme Tackle has been agreed.
2.3. The employees and representatives of Extreme Tackle are not authorized to make commitments regarding the Products, except in writing
confirmation of Extreme Tackle. By entering into the Agreement, the Buyer acknowledges that it has not based itself on unconfirmed commitments, and also waives any claims in the event that those commitments are not honored.
2.4. In the event that the Buyer follows advice or recommendations from Extreme Tackle or its employees or representatives or on the basis thereof
the Buyer does so entirely at its own risk if those opinions or recommendations have not been confirmed in writing by Extreme Tackle. 2.5. Typing errors, administrative errors or other errors or omissions in sales documentation, quotations, price lists, the acceptance of a quotation,
Invoices or other documents or data supplied by Extreme Tackle can be corrected without being liable to Extreme Tackle.
2.6. Equipment, drawings, models, samples, descriptions, images and the like, as well as any attachments and documents are part of the quotes from Extreme Tackle. Said items, as well as aids made by Extreme Tackle in this connection, remain the property of Extreme Tackle, must be returned to Extreme Tackle at its request and may not be copied and / or made available to third parties without the explicit written approval of Extreme Tackle. . Extreme Tackle reserves all possible existing intellectual and industrial property rights.
3. ORDERS AND SPECIFICATIONS
3.1. The Buyer is responsible to Extreme Tackle for ensuring that the content of the Order made by the Buyer (including, where applicable, of
applicable specifications) is correct and Extreme Tackle receives all necessary data with regard to the Products, so that Extreme Tackle can execute the Agreement in accordance with the provisions therein.
3.2. In case there is no prior written acceptance of an Order by Extreme Tackle, for example because the sale
takes place directly from the location of Extreme Tackle, the Order is valid at the moment that Extreme Tackle has delivered the ordered Products (in whole or in part) or Extreme Tackle has sent the invoice for the Products concerned to the Buyer on request.3.3. The quantity, quality and description of the Products are stated in the quotation from Extreme Tackle (if accepted by the Buyer)
in the Purchaser's Order (when accepted by Extreme Tackle).
3.4. Extreme Tackle reserves the right to make changes to the specifications of the Products whenever necessary to meet the
to comply with applicable safety regulations or other regulations based on legislation or regulations, or if - in the event that the Products are supplied in accordance with the specifications of Extreme Tackle - these changes do not materially affect the quality and functioning of the Products.
3.5. Orders accepted by Extreme Tackle cannot be canceled by the Buyer, unless written approval has been given by Extreme Tackle
which case the Buyer must fully indemnify Extreme Tackle against all damage, losses, costs and expenses of Extreme Tackle as a result of that cancellation.
4. PRICE OF THE PRODUCTS
4.1. The price for the Products is the price offered by Extreme Tackle or if no price is specified (or the price offered is no longer quoted)
is valid), the price stated in the price list published by Extreme Tackle as it is valid on the date of acceptance of the Order. All offered prices are only valid for 30 days, unless otherwise stated in the offer or the earlier acceptance by the Buyer, after which period these prices can be changed by Extreme Tackle without notifying the Buyer.
4.2. Extreme Tackle reserves the right to change the price by notifying the Buyer prior to delivery of the Products
increase when Extreme Tackle has to incur more costs as a result of changes in delivery dates, quantities or specifications of the Products required by the Buyer, as a result of delays arising from instructions given by the Buyer, or as a result of the Buyer not supplying sufficient data or directions to Extreme Tackle.
4.3. The price for the Products only includes the standard packaging and transport costs, unless Extreme Tackle has indicated otherwise in writing.
4.4. The price is exclusive of assembly costs, operational costs, import and export duties, stamp duty, clearance costs, VAT and / or other statutory levies, which will be charged separately to the Purchaser insofar as it is due.
5. PAYMENT CONDITIONS
5.1. Taking into account any special conditions agreed in writing between the Buyer and Extreme Tackle, Extreme Tackle is entitled to the price
of the Products at or at any time after delivery of the Products to the Buyer, unless the Products are collected by the Buyer or the Buyer has wrongly not received the Products, in which case Extreme Tackle is entitled at all times to charge the price to the Buyer after Extreme Tackle has informed the Buyer that the Products are ready for acceptance, or after Extreme Tackle has offered the Products for delivery.
5.2. Buyer must pay the price for the Products (after deduction of any discount to which Buyer is entitled, but without other discounts) at the time of delivery of the Products, even if no delivery has taken place and the ownership of the Products is not on Buyer has been transferred or the Buyer relies on defects. Payment terms apply as a deadline for the application of the Agreement. Proof of payment is only provided on request. Settlement is not permitted.
5.3. If the Buyer has not paid the amount due on the due date, Extreme Tackle has the full rights and rights vested in it
legal remedies the right to:
- 5.3.1. terminate the Agreement or suspend further deliveries to the Buyer;
- 5.3.2. designate payments made by the Buyer as payments in respect of one or more Products (or of one or more Products that
have been delivered on the basis of another agreement between the Buyer and Extreme Tackle), such at the discretion of Extreme Tackle (regardless of the payment description stated by the Buyer); as well
- 5.3.3. charge interest on the unpaid amount to the Buyer (both before and after a court decision) against the
Euribor rate plus 4 percent per year until the due amount is paid in full (for the calculation of interest, every part of a month counts as a full month).
6.1. Extreme Tackle delivers the Products on working days at a location to be agreed between Extreme Tackle and the Buyer
delivery. The method of transport is determined by Extreme Tackle. Extreme Tackle is not obliged to choose a different mode of transport if obstacles or problems arise with the mode of transport chosen by him. Extreme Tackle is not liable in the event of cancellation of the means of transport.
6.2. The dates specified for the delivery of the Products are only target dates. Extreme Tackle is not liable for late delivery of the Products, regardless of the cause thereof. Delivery times do not count as deadlines. The Products can also be delivered by Extreme Tackle before the specified date or target date. The buyer will be notified of this in advance within a reasonable period.
6.3. If the Products are delivered in parts, each delivery is considered a separate agreement and the Buyer is not entitled to the
Terminate the agreement as a whole if Extreme Tackle fails to deliver with one or more partial deliveries in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, or if the Buyer has a claim for one or more partial deliveries.
6.4. If the Products have not been received by the Buyer, or the Buyer does not have sufficient delivery instructions to Extreme Tackle on time
given before the time of delivery (unless this is the result of circumstances that are reasonably beyond the control of the Buyer or can be attributed to Extreme Tackle), Extreme Tackle has the right to:
- 6.4.1. store the Products until they can actually be delivered, as well as Buyer the reasonable costs of storage (including
insurance); then yes
- 6.4.2. to sell the Products at the highest possible price at that time and in the event that that price exceeds the price agreed in the Agreement, the excess (after deduction of all storage and selling costs) to be paid to the Buyer, or a possible shortfall with regard to to charge the Buyer of the contract price.
7. RISK AND (EXTENDED) PROPERTY (RESERVATION)
7.1. The risk of the Products is transferred to the Buyer:
- 7.1.1. in case delivery of the Products takes place at the location of Extreme Tackle: at the moment that Extreme Tackle informs the Buyer that the Products
are ready to receive; then yes
- 7.1.2. in case delivery of the Products does not take place at the location of Extreme Tackle: at the time of delivery, or in case the Buyer
Wrongly did not receive Products, the time at which Extreme Tackle offered the Products for delivery.
7.2. The Products delivered to the Buyer now and in the future remain the property of Extreme Tackle until the Buyer has all claims that Extreme Tackle have on the Buyer
has paid, for whatever reason.
7.3. Until ownership of the Products has passed to the Buyer, the Buyer holds the Products for and on behalf of Extreme Tackle and serves the Buyer
to keep the Products clearly identifiable as the property of Extreme Tackle from the properties of the Buyer and third parties and to store, protect and insure them appropriately. Until that time, the Purchaser has the right to resell or use the Products in the normal course of his business, but the Purchaser must give account to and accountability to Extreme Tackle for the material or immaterial proceeds of the sale or disposal of the Products, including insurance payments, and the Buyer must keep all these proceeds separate from the property and assets of the Buyer and third parties and, in the event of a material proceeds, to store, protect and insure them appropriately.
7.4. Extreme Tackle is entitled to demand delivery of the Products until the moment that the Products have become the property of the Buyer, as well
if the Buyer does not immediately comply with this request, to enter the location of the Buyer or third parties where the Products are stored and to take them back.
7.5. The Buyer is not permitted to pledge the Products delivered under retention of title or to encumber them as security
for the fulfillment of its obligations. If the Buyer does so, all amounts owed by the Buyer to Extreme Tackle are immediately due and payable (without prejudice to all other rights and remedies accruing to Extreme Tackle).
8. WARRANTIES AND LIABILITY
8.1. With due observance of the provisions below, Extreme Tackle guarantees that the Products meet the specifications at the time of delivery.
Extreme Tackle guarantees that the Products are free from defects in material or performance for 12 months after delivery, unless a different guarantee has been issued by the manufacturer of a Product / Products. In that case, this (factory) warranty will prevail over the Extreme Tackle warranty referred to in this article.
8.2. Extreme Tackle grants the aforementioned guarantee under the following conditions:
- 8.2.1. Extreme Tackle is not liable for defects in the Products resulting from a drawing, design or other specification which is due to
Buyer has been supplied;
- 8.2.2. Extreme Tackle is not liable for defects arising from the fact that the Products do not conform to the instructions of
Extreme Tackle or are stored in an unsuitable or humid location, nor for defects resulting from normal wear and tear, intentional damage, negligence, abnormal working conditions, non-compliance with the (oral or written) instructions of Extreme Tackle, incorrect use of oil and gasoline, or modification of or repairs to the Products without approval from Extreme Tackle;
- 8.2.3. Extreme Tackle cannot be held liable on the basis of this guarantee (or on the basis of another guarantee or provision) when the price
for the Products have not been paid in full on the relevant expiry date.
8.3. With due observance of the express provisions in these Terms and Conditions, all implied guarantees and other tacit provisions
arising from written or unwritten law as far as possible to the extent permitted by law. BUYER IS DETERMINED IN PARTICULAR OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS ARTICLE 8.3.
8.4. Unless otherwise specified in writing, complaints must be made about defective quality or condition of the Products or about non-compliance
meet the specifications to be reported by Extreme Tackle to the Buyer within 30 days of the date of delivery (regardless of whether or not the delivery was refused by the Buyer), or within 15 days of the date of delivery to the Buyer of the buyer in the event of the defect or non-conformity has not become visible during a reasonable inspection, depending on which date is earlier. If the delivery is not refused and the Buyer has not complained accordingly to Extreme Tackle, the Buyer may not refuse the Products, Extreme Tackle is not liable for such defects or non-conformity and the Buyer must pay the price if the Products were delivered in accordance with the Agreement. . Complaints about delivered, used Products will not be processed and Extreme Tackle is in no way responsible for these Products, unless agreed in writing.
8.5. Under penalty of forfeiture of rights, the Buyer must, in deviation from the provisions of Article 8.4 of these Terms and Conditions, submit complaints about the goods delivered
To report products in number, size, weight, packaging and / or damage within 5 Business Days after the moment of transfer of risk as referred to in Article 7.1.1 or 7.1.2 of these Terms and Conditions in writing to Extreme Tackle.
8.6. If in accordance with these Terms and Conditions a valid complaint has been submitted to Extreme Tackle regarding the poor quality or condition of the Products or the non-compliance with the specifications, Extreme Tackle can replace the Products (or the relevant part) free of charge or the price of the Products (or a proportional part thereof) to the Buyer, all this at the sole discretion of Extreme Tackle, but Extreme Tackle is not liable to the Buyer.
8.7. Except in the case of injury or death as a result of negligence on the part of Extreme Tackle, Extreme Tackle is not liable to the Buyer on the basis of commitments,
tacit guarantees or provisions, obligations based on unwritten law or explicitly defined in these Terms and Conditions for consequential damage (including loss of profit, etc.), costs, expenses and other indirect claims for damages of any kind (regardless of whether the damage is the result of negligence) of Extreme Tackle, its employees or representatives or any other cause) arising from or related to the delivery of the Products or the use or resale thereof by the Buyer, unless explicitly stated otherwise in these Terms and Conditions.
8.8. In the event of non-compliance or late fulfillment of one or more obligations of Extreme Tackle in connection with the Products, Extreme Tackle is liable to
The buyer is not liable and Extreme Tackle is not deemed to be culpably in breach of the Agreement if the non-performance or late performance is the result of a natural disaster, riots, strikes, exclusion, trade disputes or labor unrest, an accident, disruptions in machinery or equipment, fire, flood, difficulties in recruiting workers, obtaining material or arranging transport, or as a result of other circumstances that are reasonably beyond the control of Extreme Tackle.
8.9. Regardless of the above, Extreme Tackle is never liable for indirect damage suffered by the Buyer, including but not limited to
special or consequential damage, or for damage in any way whatsoever arising from an omission or an attributable failure to comply with these Terms and Conditions or from the Products delivered to the Buyer. The total liability of Extreme Tackle for a claim for damages (from agreement, tort or otherwise, for the sake of clarity including liability for the Products) is at all times limited to the purchase price of the Products.
9. INSOLVENTION BUYER
9.1. Without prejudice to all other rights vested in it, Extreme Tackle has the right to terminate the Agreement or further deliveries
suspend the Purchaser on the basis of the Agreement, without liability vis-à-vis the Purchaser, as well as when the Products have been delivered but not yet paid, the right to demand immediate payment, regardless of any previous agreements or agreements made earlier, in the event that:
- 9.1.1. Buyer concludes a voluntary agreement with his creditors, the Buyer is granted a deferment of payment, is declared bankrupt (as a natural or legal person) or (as a legal person) is dissolved (except for a merger or reorganization); then yes
- 9.1.2. Goods or assets of the Buyer are extracted by the holder of a security right, or in respect of goods or
Buyer's assets are appointed; then yes
- 9.1.3. Buyer ceases or threatens to cease its business activities; then yes
- 9.1.4. Extreme Tackle reasonably expects that an event as referred to above will occur with regard to the Buyer and this to the Buyer
10.1. The buyer must take out adequate insurance for its own account and keep it insured against liability (including general,
product and employer liability as well as against consequential damage).
11. OTHER PROVISIONS
11.1. All notifications between parties under these Terms must be made in writing to the registered address or the
the head office of the other party or at any other time by the other party in accordance with the provisions of this article.
11.2. If Extreme Tackle waives its rights in the event of an attributable shortcoming in the performance of the Agreement on the part of the Buyer,
this does not mean that Extreme Tackle thereby waives its rights in the event that the relevant provision or another provision is subsequently (again) infringed.
11.3. If a provision in these Terms and Conditions is deemed by a competent authority to be wholly or partially invalid or unenforceable, let
this does not affect the validity of the other provisions in these Terms and Conditions and the remaining part of that provision.
11.4. The law of the country of Extreme Tackle applies to the Agreement. All disputes between parties must be settled exclusively
submitted to the competent court in the place where Extreme Tackle has its registered office, unless the Buyer and Extreme Tackle agree that the dispute must be settled through arbitration. The applicability of the Vienna Sales Convention is expressly excluded