Terms And Conditions
Sita Terms of Trading
1. January 2013
Additional Conditions for Export Orders, [supplementary to the General Terms and Conditions of the company Sita Bauelemente GmbH (Sita), Ferdinand-Braun-Strasse 1, D-33378 Rheda-Wiedenbrueck, Germany.]
Applicable Commercial Law
The contractual relationship between foreign (non-German) customers and Sita Bauelemente GmbH is governed by the UN Commission on International Trade Law (United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods - CISG). In addition, INCOTERMS 2010 apply to all our export orders.
Force Majeure, Abuse of Copyrights, Special Local Taxes
In the case of delivery abroad (outside of Germany), Sita Bauelemente GmbH is not responsible to the customer for damage caused to him through:
a) delayed delivery of goods due to Force Majeure
b) injury of copyrights of third parties valid at place of delivery
c) payment of punitive local duties imposed on the delivered goods.
As far as it may be necessary, the customer releases Sita Bauelemente GmbH from responsibility to third parties for claims for compensation regarding the above mentioned injury of copyrights, and also from responsibility for payment of local taxes or import duties which have not been previously agreed in writing.
Discounting on Agreed Purchase Prices
In the event that Sita Bauelemente GmbH agrees that the price of the goods delivered outside of Germany is to be subject to discount because the goods in some manner fail to meet contractual conditions, then such discount shall be limited to a maximum value of 25% of the total value of the original order.
Compensation for Damages
In the event that Sita Bauelemente GmbH agrees to pay compensation for any damages due to breach of contract, then such compensation shall not exceed the value of the original order.
Contract Language and Place of Jurisdiction
Our choice of language for the contract is German, English or the national language of the customer. Our choice of place of jurisdiction is the Landgericht Bielefeld (Germany), or the competent and locally responsible court in the place of the customer.