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General Sales Conditions

  1. The sales contract is only binding when Seller’s proforma invoice or offer is signed and stamped by QUBICO.
  2. Every proforma invoice or Seller’s offer signed by the Buyer for acceptance will constitute acceptance of the sales contract and of the General Sales Conditions.
  3. Once the proforma invoice or Seller’s offer is signed by the Buyer , the buyer cannot cancel the contract.
  4. Unless otherwise stipulated, delivery periods indicated are approximate and do not constitute an obligation to deliver at the indicated date. Delays in delivery can never lead to reimbursements on behalf of the Seller following any damages whatsoever incurred by the Buyer, nor cancellation of the sales contract.
  5. All claims must reach us in writing within 8 days upon the receipt of the goods.
  6. Unless otherwise stipulated, all invoices are payable by an advance payment.
  7. In case of late payment, the Seller will automatically and without prior notice of default be entitled to an interest of 12 % yearly on the unpaid amount , starting from the 14th day after the contractual date of expiry.
    In case of late payment , the seller is equally entitled to terminate the contract. If the buyer has made certain payments under the contract, the payments shall be used in full as liquidated damages and shall not be refunded.  
  8. All General Conditions from the Buyer or other conditions mentioned on the buyer’s documents are explicitly excluded.
  9. Unless stipulated otherwise, all contracts are governed by the ICC Incoterms 2010.
  10. All goods remain property of the Seller until the payment has been received in full from the Buyer under all outstanding contracts. Every incoming payment will be allocated to the oldest unpaid invoice.
  11. The Seller is entitled to cancel the sales contract in writing without prior notice and without legal recourse and without owing any form of compensation to the Buyer, whenever there is a bankruptcy or liquidation of the Buyer, or when there are objective indications that the Buyer is experiencing liquidity problems.
  12. The courts of Ghent have exclusive jurisdiction for all disputes, and all contracts are governed by the Belgian law.