General Terms & Conditions of Sale
- Neither KermtStroomt, nor Tom Nijsen, can be held responsible for the fact that after just one conversation (with or without solar coffee, thea or organic beer) you will already have been bitten by the valuable insights this conversation may give you about your own energy supply.
- The customer expressly waives his own standard terms and conditions, even if they were drawn up after these standard terms and conditions of sale. To be valid, any waiver must be expressly agreed in advance in writing.
- Our invoices are payable within 14 working days, unless a different payment term is stated on the invoice or order. In case of non-payment on the due date, KermtStroomt reserves the right to request a lump-sum interest payment of 10% of the amount still due, with a minimum of €125.00. In the event of late payment, KermtStroomt is entitled to suspend any provision of services without prior warning.
- If payment remains outstanding for more than sixty (60) days after the due date, KermtStroomt reserves the right to engage a collection agency. All legal costs shall be borne by the customer.
- Certain countries apply withholding taxes on the amount of invoices in accordance with their internal legislation. Any withholding taxes are paid by the customer to the tax authorities. Under no circumstances can KermtStroomt be involved in costs related to the legislation of any country. The invoice amount is therefore due in its entirety to KermtStroomt and does not include any costs related to the legislation of the country in which the customer is located.
- KermtStroomt undertakes to do its best to provide timely performance services within the agreed deadlines. However, none of its obligations can be considered an obligation of result. Under no circumstances can KermtStroomt be obliged by the customer to act as a third party in the context of a claim for damages filed by an end customer against the customer.
- In order to be admissible, KermtStroomt must be notified of any claim by registered letter to its registered office within 8 days of the delivery of the goods or provision of the services.
- All our contractual relations are governed exclusively by Belgian law. All disputes fall under the jurisdiction of the Commercial Court of Hasselt.