Terms and Conditions
In accordance with the provisions of § 1751 par. 1 et seq. Of the Civil Code No. 89/2012 Coll., To simplify the practice of concluding purchase contracts for the supply of goods.
1.1 Trade between the contracting parties is carried out on the basis of individual purchase contracts, the requisites of which are:
1.1.1. Written order of the buyer, which includes information on the quantity and type of required goods, place of acceptance of goods, delivery date and price reference.
1.1.2 Written confirmation of the order by the seller, which can be attached directly to the buyer's order. Without confirmation of the order by the seller, the purchase contract will not be created!
1.2 The drafting of a formal purchase contract is not excluded.
1.3 All deliveries of goods are made on the basis of these terms and conditions and under the conditions contained therein. When negotiating individual purchase contracts, the buyer declares that he is aware of these terms and conditions and agrees with them.
2.1 The place of delivery of goods is determined according to the buyer's order. Transport to the destination is provided by the seller, unless otherwise agreed. The costs of packaging and transport are borne by the buyer. The risk of damage to the goods passes to the buyer at the time of receipt.
3.1 The prices of goods are determined according to the price list of goods of the seller valid on the day of concluding the purchase contract. The price is agreed by accepting the prices set in this way in the form of a price link in the buyer's order.
3.2 Unless otherwise stipulated in the contract, the prices stated in the contract do not include the costs of packaging, transport costs and insurance. Value added tax (VAT) at the current statutory rate is added to the prices.
4.1 The purchase price of the goods can be paid by payment in cash upon receipt of the goods by the buyer or by bank transfer order on the basis of the issued invoice (tax document or advance invoice) of the seller.
4.2 In the case of payment by bank transfer, the seller will issue an invoice, which he will immediately send to the buyer or hand it over together with the delivery of goods. The seller's invoices are due within 14 days from the date of issue. In the event of a delay in payment of the invoice, the seller is entitled to charge the buyer interest on arrears in the amount of 0.1% of the amount due for each day of delay. At the same time, the seller is entitled to unilaterally change the previously agreed payment regime (maturity, form of payment, etc.) in relation to future transactions.
4.3 In the event of a delay in payment of the invoice lasting longer than 30 days, the seller is entitled to withdraw from the purchase contract and demand the return of the delivered goods. This does not affect his right to compensation.
4.4 In the event of any delay in payment of the invoice, the seller is entitled to assign its entire claim against the buyer to a third party and in this case Article VII does not apply to the seller. paragraph 7.4 of these terms and conditions.
5.1 The risk of damage to the goods passes to the buyer at the time of confirmation of receipt of the goods.
5.2 The goods remain the property of the seller until full payment of the delivery of goods, including related costs (VAT, shipping, packaging, etc.).
6.1 The seller provides the buyer with a guarantee for the quality of the goods (conformity with the contract) for a period of 6 months, starting from the day of delivery of the goods. The warranty does not cover wear and tear of the goods caused by their normal use.
6.2 Defects of the goods, detectable upon receipt of the goods, the buyer is obliged to complain in writing to the seller immediately, only exceptionally within 5 days from the date of delivery of the goods. The complaint must contain the date of delivery of the goods, the invoice number, the serial number of the goods, a description of the defect and the type of claim.
6.3 The seller is not responsible for damage to the goods caused by improper or inappropriate use.
7.1 Contractual relations from purchase contracts are governed by Czech law.
7.2 These terms and conditions govern all purchase contracts for the supply of goods concluded between the seller and the buyer, unless expressly agreed otherwise. The buyer must be notified in advance of any change in these terms and conditions.
7.3 In the event of a breach of contract by the buyer by canceling an already confirmed order (withdrawal from the contract), if it is accepted by the seller at all, a contractual penalty of 20% of the price of the goods thus ordered is agreed.
7.4 The parties undertake not to inform third parties about the content of the rights and obligations arising for each of them from these terms and conditions and individual purchase agreements, unless expressly agreed otherwise between them in this matter. Violation of this obligation entitles the party concerned to claim damages for such conduct.
7.5 All disputes arising from and in connection with the purchase contracts, which cannot be resolved by negotiation between the parties, will be decided by the competent general court of the plaintiff in fact and place, unless otherwise agreed.