Company Info

VAT number: BE-0819.089.576
Founding date: 30-09-2009

General terms & conditions

These terms and conditions take precedence over any terms and conditions of the customer. Unless otherwise agreed and explicitly agreed in writing, all services are therefore concluded under the terms and conditions set out below.

Any cancellation of all or part of the agreed work must be in writing. In the aforementioned cases as well as in the event of dissolution of the agreement to the detriment of the client, the latter will owe a lump sum compensation of 30% on the agreed total amount to cover fixed and variable costs and loss of profit, without prejudice to the right of the service provider to higher damage to prove.

The amount of the invoices is always payable at our seat, in the indicated currency, net cash and without discount. Unless stated otherwise, the invoices are payable in cash.

Every invoice is considered as accepted unless a protest is made by registered letter within eight days. From the due date onwards, the unpaid portion of our invoices will automatically and without formal notice generate interest of 12% per annum.

If an invoice is not paid on its due date, all outstanding invoices, even those that are not yet due, become immediately due and payable. In the event of non-payment on the due date and in the absence of a timely and well-founded protest, the debtor is bound by law and without notice of default by application of article 1147 of the Civil Code to pay compensation conventionally and irrevocably set at 10% of the unpaid amount with a minimum of EUR 125, without prejudice to the interest on arrears and any legal costs.

In the event of late payment of the invoice, the service provider reserves the right to stop the work immediately until all outstanding debts have been paid. All costs resulting from this shall be borne by the customer.

The service provider enters into an obligation to perform to the best of his ability/resources obligation and can only be held liable for his wilful misconduct. In any case, the compensation that the service provider may owe shall always be limited to the amount invoiced and received by the service provider for the order in question, except in the case of intent.
All disputes are governed by Belgian law and fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the judicial district of Kortrijk.