Terms & Conditions

General conditions of sale and delivery

Article 1 Definitions

1.1 In these General Terms and Conditions, “Seller” means Vita World B.V.
1.2 “Buyer” is to be understood as the person with whom a contract with reference has been concluded to these general terms and conditions.

Article 2 Applicability

2.1 The following conditions apply to all concluded and all agreements offers.

Article 3 Offers / Offers

3.1 All offers of the seller, including price lists and possibly. Daily offers are non-binding and can be withdrawn.

Article 4 Prices

4.1 The prices given by the seller apply to delivery from stock and are exclusive Transport costs, packaging and VAT, unless otherwise agreed.

Article 5 Payment

5.1 Payment must be made within 21 days of the invoice date, unless otherwise agreed or stated on the invoice.

Article 6 Reservation of Title

6.1 The goods delivered by the seller remain the property of the seller until the buyer has received everything. The following commitments have been met.
6.2 The buyer is permitted to use the delivered goods within the framework of the normal Buyer’s business to resell.
6.3 If the buyer does not meet his obligations or there are reasonable fears that he will not do so. The seller is entitled to the delivered goods on which the retention of title at Buyers or third parties who keep the goods for the buyer or have them removed. The buyer is obliged to cooperate without restriction.

Article 7 Right of Dissolution

7.1 If the buyer does not fulfill his obligations described above (in time), then The seller is entitled to suspend the contracts with immediate effect.

Article 8 Applicable Law, Disputes

8.1 All agreements that the buyer makes with the seller are exclusively Dutch law.
8.2 The applicability of the Vienna Sales Convention is expressly excluded.
8.3 Disputes between the seller and third parties will be heard by a competent court in Rotterdam.

Article 9 Packaging, delivery and risk

9.1 Deliveries (including pallets, boxes and crates) on which a deposit has been charged will be taken back at the invoice price applicable at the time of the return, possibly increased with a fixed packaging fee.
9.2 The goods purchased by the buyer are delivered ex warehouse, unless expressly agreed otherwise.
9.3 Delivery delays do not entitle the buyer to the extent that they remain within reasonable limits when the agreement is terminated.
9.4 The risk in relation to the goods sold passes with the passage made available to the buyer.

Article 10 Liability

10.1 With the exception of force majeure, the seller is only liable for loss and / or damage. If they are not –c.q. Delayed fulfillment is due to intent or gross negligence on the part of the seller or his managerial staff up to a maximum of the invoice value of the goods.

Article 11 Force Majeure

11.1 In the event of force majeure, the seller’s delivery and other obligations are suspended. The obligation, when compliance with the obligations is again reasonably possible. Force majeure corresponds to unforeseen circumstances in relation to persons Materials and weather reports.

Article 12 Complaints

12.1 The buyer must examine the goods purchased or have them examined as soon as possible upon delivery. The buyer must check whether the goods delivered meet the following requirements:
– whether the correct goods were delivered
– whether the goods are of the right quality
12.2 Quality problems must be reported within 24 hours.

Article 13 Changes to Conditions

13.1 The seller is entitled to make changes to the conditions. These changes are effective as of the announced date of entry into force. The seller accepts the changed terms and conditions in good time to the buyer and publish them on the website.

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