General Conditions of Sale and Delivery of Donauchem Polska

1. General Provisions

1.1 These General Provisions shall define all contracts of sale and delivery, unless amended in writing, between
      the Seller and the Purchaser.

1.2 The Purchaser’s acceptance of the General Provisions at first order shall signify its full acceptance of the
      provisions herein.

1.3 Documents supplied by the Purchaser to the Seller, to perform an order, shall remain confidential and shall not
      be disclosed to third parties without the Purchaser’s prior express written consent.

2. Deliveries

2.1 The Seller shall agree that the Purchaser’s accepted orders meet the deadlines. The Seller shall not be 
      responsible for delays in deliveries to the Purchaser resulting from force majeure. Force majeure shall refer
      to circumstances outside the Seller's reasonable control (Acts of God – for example fire, flood, war, strikes,
      public-law restrictions, etc.).

2.2 Each delivery to the Purchaser must be accompanied by a comprehensive document (certification of
      conformity of the goods with the specifications entered on the order) issued by the Seller, indicating the type 
      of goods delivered and quantity. The Purchaser shall confirm with their signature the receipt of the goods
      specified on the document.

2.3 The Seller shall issue a VAT invoice to the Purchaser upon each delivery of the products. Each invoice shall
      be in compliance with applicable Goods and Services Tax Law as well as Excise Duty Act.

2.4 The Purchaser shall agree to unload the goods ensuring qualified staff, equipment and directions which 
      enable it to be done safely and in accordance with environmental requirements.

3. Payment

3.1 Payment for the goods delivered shall be done by the Purchaser by the date stipulated in the VAT invoice.

3.2 Failure by the Purchaser to pay or any delay in payment shall result in the Seller initiating debt collection
      activities, including making the Purchaser liable to pay statutory interests on the outstanding sum as well as to 
      pay any legal fees, if they occur.

3. 3 The Seller shall reserve the right to shorten the payment deadline and to cancel all loans granted in the event 
       of failure to pay by the Purchaser.

3.4 The Seller shall reserve the right to terminate all binding contracts between the Parties in the event of any
      reasonable doubts referring to the Purchaser’s solvency.

4. Packaging

4.1 The Purchaser shall return to the Seller the multiple use packaging in unchanged condition.

4.2 The Purchaser shall agree to return to the Seller the multiple use packaging within 60 days from the goods
      receipt date.

4.3 In the event of failure to return the packaging by the Purchaser within 60 days, the Seller shall debit the
      Purchaser with the amount that is an equivalent of the value of the packaging due.

4.4 The Purchaser shall not place on the multiple use packaging owned by the Seller any codes or symbols nor fill
      them up with their own goods.

5. Liability for deficiencies

5.1 The Purchaser shall examine the goods and its packaging upon delivery.
      If the Purchaser decides not to, goods are considered deficiencies free.

5.2 Quantitative deficiencies shall be reported by the Purchaser in writing only, on the delivery day.

5.3 Reporting, by the Purchaser, qualitative deficiencies of the goods delivered shall be done immediately on
      detection and prior to any action done with the product. Processed or incorrectly applied goods, being the
      subject of complaint, entail waiver of the Seller of the liability for deficiency.

5.4 The Purchaser shall agree to report any qualitative deficiencies complaints in writing only, no later than 7 days
      of the goods receipt date.

5.5 In the event the qualitative deficiency is detected after 7 days from the goods receipt date (hidden defect), 
      the Purchaser shall notify the Seller of this fact no later than 3 days from the detection and in writing only.
      The hidden defect shall be proven by the Purchaser.

5.6 Donauchem Polska liabilities to compensate for deficiencies and pay indemnity for any deficiencies of the
      goods delivered, shall not exceed value hereof and may be covered with a new delivery of defect-free goods.

6. Liabilities for damage

6.1 The Seller shall not be liable for the goods used by the Purchaser in a manner inconsistent with either its
      specifications or applicable regal requirements.

6.2 The Seller shall not be liable for any damage done when unloading goods by the Purchaser.

7. Final provisions

7.1 All matters not specified herein shall be regulated by relevant provisions of the Civil Code.

7.2 Jurisdiction to settle any disputes arising from sale and delivery defined herein is a Commercial Court 
      competent for the registered seat of the Seller. 

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