Purchase Agreement Viewing As Supplier Duty

Purchase Agreement Viewing As Supplier Duty

1.1. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, the following terms of purchase apply to all sales contracts, including future ones. Unless otherwise agreed, the conditions amended at the time of our order, or at least in the last transmission in text form, are also considered a framework contract for future similar contracts, without us having to refer to them again. We expressly reject the validity of the supplier`s terms and conditions. For our part, we are not in favour of an explicit rejection.1.2. These terms of purchase apply exclusively. All agreements or ancillary agreements must be written. Our employees are not allowed to make contractual changes or ancillary restrictions. Ancillary agreements and treaty amendments become final only if we confirm them in writing.1.3. Our orders are valid at the time of filing or confirmation, in writing and not before. The supplier must report obvious errors such as typos, miscalculations or omissions.

All orders must be confirmed in writing by the supplier. If we do not receive this confirmation within 3 weeks of sending the order, we will no longer be tied to our order.1.4. Subscriptions and other documents become part of the contract on the basis of order confirmation and therefore become mandatory.1.5. The supplier`s legally relevant statements and communications regarding the contract (for example. B the date, reminders, resignation) must be submitted in writing, i.e. in writing or in the form of text (p.B letter, email or fax). This is without prejudice to formal legal requirements or other evidence, particularly if in doubt, they have challenged the legality of the person making the statement.1.6. Our order number and date must be shown on all correspondences, invoices and transit documents.1.7. Our terms of purchase apply only to the commercial and public sectors, in accordance with paragraph 310, paragraph 1, of BGB.1.8.

References to the validity of the legal provisions are made exclusively for the purpose of clarification. Therefore, the legal provisions also apply where there is no such indication, unless these terms of purchase directly alter or expressly exclude them.1.9. Subject to compliance with legal requirements, we are entitled to store, process and use the Supplier`s personal data for the purpose of performing pre-contract tasks. 1.10. In the context of the start of the contract and in deciding the origin, implementation (particularly against a possible down payment or additional security) and termination of the contract, we examine, if necessary through commercial credit agencies, the risk that the supplier will not provide the service. This may include the use of a credit score established by statistical procedures. The corresponding data is generated from the supplier`s address data, the company name and the information contained in the company register. 5.1. Unless otherwise stated, our rights are regulated by law in the event of defects of nature and law (including improper and short delivery, as well as inadequate assembly and assembly and defect instructions for defective assembly, use or use) and in the event of other supplier failures.5.2. Under the legal provisions, the supplier is particularly responsible for the fact that the goods have the agreed characteristics and conditions if the danger is transferred to us.