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ARTICLE 1 – ORDERS

 

To be considered as binding and final, orders sent by the customers are subject to a confirmation sent by DELTA.

As a result, DELTA has to deliver the goods sold and the buyer has to accept the delivery.

If in case of ”force majeure”, fortuitous circumstances, non-delivery by the supplier or by the cause of an unforeseen tier, DELTA could not carry out the order, the cancellation would involve an obligation to reimburse the payments remitted without interests nor allowances.

As for the buyer, except in a case of “force majeure” (unforeseeable and Irresistible cases) he cannot refuse the delivery, all complaints being formulated and as it is provided for in article 8 below.

Failing to accept the delivery, DELTA will be able to (i) call a restraint of the delivery after summation is made to accept the delivery, or (ii) continue the legal resolution of the sale and claim all damage and interests or (iii) keep the sums paid under the penalty clause.

If at the time of the order, the purchaser and the salesman agreed on the possibility of changing the product, this change must be made within EIGHT days and the new product must be of a value at least equal to the previous model, the difference between the two prices will have to be paid.

ARTICLE 2 – PRICES

 

Our prices are established on the basis of cost in force at the time of the intended order, and on the conversion rates of the currencies involved, they thus follow the market trends. Prices are final when the customer pays a deposit equal to 20% of the amount of the sale.

 

ARTICLE 3 – DOWN PAYMENTS

 

The sums paid by the customer constitute a deposit on the agreed price. This deposit constitutes an advance on the total price. Neither the buyer, nor DELTA can give up carrying out its obligation of purchase or legal obligation of sale.

The remitted deposit are deducted from the sums due by the customer during the transfer of goods.

ARTICLE 4 - PAYMENTS

 

The payments will have to be carried out either by cash upon delivery, or within 45 days of the end of month or within 60 days from the issuance of the invoice. Our company does not grant any discount for prepayment.

For any payment carried out after the due date of the invoice, a penalty will be due, calculated by applying a rate equal to 1,5 times the legal rate of interest. In case of a partial delivery asked by the customer, the buyer will have, in addition to the deposit already paid, to carry out the payment of the actually delivered goods and will not be able to defer this payment to the delivery date of the remaining order.

A deadline for payment may not be differed because of an unspecified dispute between the buyer and the salesman. In the event of a non-payment of any amount due at a date agreed, the entirety of the remaining balance due will become immediately payable.

ARTICLE 5 – PENALTY CLAUSE

 

For each non-payment of any amount due at a date agreed, the debt would be increased by 25%, in addition to the dunning and processing charges, the legal interest rate, as well as all possible legal expenses.

Pursuant to articles 441-6 and D441-5 of the French commercial code, for every late payment the debtor will automatically will be required to pay, in addition to late payment penalties, a fixed allowance of 40 euros for recovery costs.

ARTICLE 6 – RETENTION OF PROPERTY

 

DELTA reserves the property of goods delivered until the complete payment of the agreed price. In this respect, providing a bill of exchange or any other security creating an obligation to pay does not constitute payment in the meaning of the present provision. However, the risks are transferred as of the delivery of the goods to the customer to a place or a seaport agreed with the customer.

If the payment does not occur within the time agreed between both parties, the non-payment of the price within the deadline can constitute a resolution cause of the contract.

Goods sold by DELTA and held in stock by the buyer will be considered as unpaid

ARTICLE 7 – DELIVERY

 

The delivery dates that we always try to respect, are however only given as an indication, and it is obvious that a delay in delivery cannot constitute a termination clause of the present order, nor give right to the buyer to claim for damages and interest. However, if the goods are not delivered within ninety days of a notice remained without effect, being specified that the said notice can only be given after the initial delivery date, the buyer will be able to ask for a cancellation of the order and a restitution without other interests than those provided for by law, of the sums remitted.

This cancellation cannot intervene in the following cases:

×           non observation of the terms of payment by the buyer;

×         the buyer did not give the necessary information for the execution of the order in due course;

×         spurious shutdown of manufacture, strikes, accidents, fires, cataclysm, civil or foreign wars, all these clauses being announced by DELTA.

 

ARTICLE 8 – CLAIMS

 

The buyer is supposed to check the goods at the time of the delivery and must mention on the delivery order his comments on the goods received. Reservations must imperatively be announced by registered letter to the carrier within 48 hours after delivery. A copy of this complaint must also be addressed to DELTA.

ARTICLE 9 - GUARANTEE

 

Our guarantee is limited to 24 months starting from the delivery day. The guarantee can only be effective if the products were used under normal conditions. In case where we are responsible, we will, at our convenience, either repair the defective parts, or exchange the product with another product of equivalent characteristics and of a value equal to the one of the defective good.

The amount of this responsibility cannot exceed the monetary value of the product concerned on the day of the incident.

Moreover, our guarantee does not cover the transport costs of the product, outward and return.

ARTICLE 10 – DEFECTS OR HIDDEN DEFECTS

 

Notwithstanding all contrary clauses, in the event of hidden defects or defects, the legal guarantees will benefit to the buyer.

ARTICLE 11 – AVAILABILITY OF SPARE PARTS

 

The time during which the spare parts of our products are available can be seen here

ARTICLE 12 – STORING

 

If, after the provision of the goods, the delivery date is delayed by the buyer, the goods will be regarded as delivered on the availability date and the invoicing will be made on this date.

After having sent a formal notice to take possession of the goods, DELTA will then be in a position to:

-           either invoice to the customer the cost of storage in the premises of DELTA;

-           or to put the goods in a depository at the expenses and risks of the buyer.

 

ARTICLE 13 – RETURNS

 

No goods can be returned without our prior consent and our instructions. No return or exchange will be accepted without original packaging in perfect state (without labels, writings, etc). Consequently, recommend to your customers keep the packings in the state in which they received it.

ARTICLE 14 – JURISDICTION ATTRIBUTIVE CLAUSE

 

Any dispute likely to rise on the occasion of the interpretation or of the execution of this order or invoice will fall under the exclusive competence of the Court of Strasbourg, and this, even in case of summary procedure and even in case of plurality of defenders or calls in guarantee. The applicable law is the French law other than any other law.This article is however not applicable with a non-trading buyer.



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