Terms & Conditions

For the Dakshampoo company, established in Grote Voort 293A, 8041 BL Zwolle, registered at the Chamber of Commerce in Zwolle under number 58685979

Article 1 - Applicability

1.1 These terms and conditions apply to all offers, quotations, agreements and assignments.

1.2 The Dutch text of the general terms and conditions is always decisive for the explanation thereof.

1.3 The term "buyer" in these terms and conditions means any person or legal entity who has entered into or wishes to conclude an agreement with the supplier and, in addition to this, his representative (s), which is also understood to be store personnel, authorized agent (s) (s) and heir (s).

1.4 The term "consumer" in these terms and conditions means any natural person who is not acting in the exercise of a profession or business, or the buyer who occupies a position comparable to a consumer and who has concluded an agreement with the supplier. All provisions included in these terms and conditions also apply to the consumer, unless an explicit deviation has been made.

1.5 Supplements and / or deviations from these conditions only apply if they have been agreed in writing between supplier and buyer.

1.6 If the supplier has made a deviation from these conditions with the customer in any agreement, the customer can never invoke this deviation in later agreements. Deviations from these conditions must always be explicitly agreed.

1.7 The supplier expressly rejects a reference from the customer to its own general terms and conditions.

1.8 If at any time one or more provisions of these general terms and conditions are wholly or partially invalid or destroyed, all other provisions of these general terms and conditions remain fully applicable. Supplier and buyer will then enter into mutual consultation in order to agree on new provisions. The aim and scope of the original provisions will be taken into account as much as possible.

1.9 If a situation occurs between the parties that is not regulated in these general terms and conditions, the purpose and scope of these general terms and conditions must be taken into account as much as possible when assessing this situation.

Article 2 - Offers, quotes and agreements

2.1 All offers and quotations from the supplier, either in the form of price lists or otherwise, including oral offers and quotations and other statements from representatives and / or employees of the supplier, are without obligation and are subject to confirmation in accordance with the provisions of Article 2.4. of these general terms and conditions.

2.2 An offer or quotation expires if the product to which the offer or quotation relates is no longer available.

2.3 The supplier cannot be held to its offers or quotations if the buyer can reasonably understand that the offer, quotation or part thereof contains an obvious mistake or error.

2.4 An agreement is only concluded after it has been confirmed in writing by the supplier within 8 (eight) days after the customer has given an order or if it has commenced implementation of the order within 8 (eight) days.

2.5 If the order deviates from the offer included in the offer or quotation, the supplier is not bound by this. The agreement is then not concluded in accordance with this deviating order, unless the supplier indicates otherwise.

2.6 In the event of delivery in various parts, the agreement in its entirety is deemed to have been concluded if the first partial delivery takes place.

2.7 Any agreements made, promises made and / or changes to the agreement made by or on behalf of the supplier (via its staff) to the buyer, are only binding if they are confirmed in writing by the supplier within 8 (eight) days, or because the supplier wholly or partially implement it within 8 (eight) days.

2.8 Each agreement is entered into under the suspensive condition that the customer, solely at the supplier's discretion, appears to be sufficiently creditworthy for the financial performance of the agreement.

2.9 The supplier is entitled, upon or after entering into the agreement, before further delivery, to demand security from the buyer that all payment and other obligations will be met.

2.10 The supplier is authorized, if it deems this desirable or necessary for the correct execution of the order, to engage others in the execution of the agreement, the costs of which will be charged to the buyer in accordance with the quotations provided. If possible and / or if necessary, the supplier will consult with the buyer about this. If customer