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General Terms and Conditions


General - Area of Application

1.1 The Terms and Conditions of Purchase of the CUSTOMER shall apply on an exclusive basis; any terms and conditions of the SUPPLIER contradicting or deviating from the Terms and Conditions of Purchase of the CUSTOMER shall not be recognised, unless the CUSTOMER would acknowledge their application expressly in writing in a specific case. The Terms and Conditions of Purchase of the CUSTOMER shall also apply if the CUSTOMER accepts the SUPPLIER’s delivery without any reservation, being aware of terms and conditions of the SUPPLIER contradicting or deviating from our Terms and Conditions of Purchase.
1.2 These Terms and Conditions of Purchase shall be an integral part of all eventual purchase orders of the CUSTOMER. They shall also apply to follow-up orders without the CUSTOMER having to make reference to these Terms and Conditions again.
1.3 The Terms and Conditions of Purchase of the CUSTOMER shall apply to businesses only.

Offers - Contract Documents

2.1 The SUPPLIER shall submit its offers in writing. Quotations shall be free of cost.
2.2 The CUSTOMER reserves its title to illustrations, drawings, calculations, models, instruments, samples and other materials the CUSTOMER provides to the SUPPLIER for the preparation of the offer or the performance of the contract, respectively; the same applies to the CUSTOMER’s copyrights where the materials are copyrightable. The SUPPLIER shall take out insurance against fire at its own expense covering all the aforementioned materials.
2.3 The materials and/or objects specified in section 2.2 shall not be provided to any third party, unless the CUSTOMER were to give its written consent to such provision in advance. The materials and objects shall be used exclusively for the processing of the purchase order or the performance of the contract, respectively, and shall be returned to the CUSTOMER upon written request, however no later than upon the completion of the purchase order without request. The SUPPLIER does not have any right of retention to such materials. The materials and objects shall not be disclosed to third parties.

Purchase Orders

3.1 The SUPPLIER shall accept the CUSTOMER’s purchase order within a period of five working days.
3.2 If the purchase order is not confirmed in writing within five working days, the CUSTOMER shall have the right to cancel the contract offer within another 2 working days. No claims accrue to the SUPPLIER as a result of such cancellation.
3.3 If the SUPPLIER’s order acceptance or letter of confirmation deviates from the purchase order, the SUPPLIER shall expressly refer the CUSTOMER to such deviation. In such a case, a contract shall only take effect upon the written consent of the CUSTOMER.
3.4 The CUSTOMER’s silence with regard to an order acceptance or letter of confirmation deviating from the purchase order shall be deemed a rejection.
3.5 Purchase orders are binding upon the CUSTOMER only if issued or confirmed in writing by the CUSTOMER’s purchasing department. This also applies to amendments or modifications. The CUSTOMER may deny acceptance and payment for deliveries not made based on a proper written purchase order. Printouts produced by way of data processing do not require any autograph signature to becoming binding. In case of ambiguities in the purchase order, the SUPPLIER shall clarify them by way of written query.
3.6 The contracting of a subcontractor requires the prior written consent of the CUSTOMER.

Prices - Terms of Payment

4.1 The price specified in the purchase order shall be binding. In the absence of any written agreement providing otherwise, the price includes delivery “free domicile”, including packaging.
4.2 The statutory value added tax is not included in the prices.
4.3 The payment shall be made at the CUSTOMER’s option within 14 days after the receipt of the invoice and the goods with a discount of 3% or otherwise within 30 days after the receipt of the invoice in the net amount without any deduction. The assignment of invoice amounts to third parties is not allowed.
4.4 Adjustments based on subsequently arising cost increases shall be excluded irrespective of the cause, whatsoever, unless expressly agreed otherwise.
4.5 If the prices are not specified in the CUSTOMER’s purchase order, the SUPPLIER shall specify them in its confirmation of order. In such a case, the contract shall take effect only upon the additional written confirmation of the CUSTOMER.
4.6 If in exceptional cases prices should be agreed on the basis of either ex works or ex warehouse of the SUPPLIER or a third party, all the costs incurred until the handover to the carrier, including loading and cartage, shall be borne by the SUPPLIER.
4.7 The SUPPLIER has a right to set off and/or withhold only in case of counterclaims determined without further legal recourse or which are undisputed or such ready for decision in pending proceedings.

Delivery Period

5.1 The delivery dates or delivery periods, respectively, specified in the purchase order are binding and are calculated as of the ordering date.
5.2 The SUPPLIER shall inform the CUSTOMER immediately in writing if circumstances occur or become obvious to the SUPPLIER suggesting that the required delivery period cannot be met. If the SUPPLIER violates this duty to inform, the SUPPLIER shall also be liable for such delays in delivery, which the SUPPLIER is not to be held responsible for. The communication or silence upon such communication shall not imply any acknowledgement of a new delivery date.
5.3 In the event of delay in delivery, the CUSTOMER has the right to claim penalty at a rate of 0.3 % of the prorated contract amount for the outstanding portion of the delivery for each working day the delay persists, however not to exceed a maximum of 5 % of the entire net order value per orderThe CUSTOMER has the right to assert such penalty until the date of final payment, although the CUSTOMER may not have expressly reserved the right to do so at the time of accepting the delayed delivery. Additional statutory claims shall not be affected by this provision, while the CUSTOMER will have particularly the right to claim damages in lieu of performance once a reasonable period has expired unsuccessfully, and to rescind the contract.
5.4 If the CUSTOMER is prevented from accepting the delivery due to force majeure or circumstances not under the CUSTOMER’s control despite acting with reasonable diligence (e.g. industrial action, business disruption, unforeseen and unavoidable alteration of manufacture and other circumstances entailing a reduction of the demand), the CUSTOMER may request the delivery on a later date without giving rise to the any claims of the SUPPLIER vis-à-vis the CUSTOMER.
5.5 For delay of acceptance to occur it is required that the SUPPLIER requests the CUSTOMER formally to accept the item of delivery setting a period of a minimum of two weeks to do so. Delay of acceptance is possible only if the CUSTOMER could not reasonably deny the acceptance of the item of delivery.
5.6 If deliveries are made prior to the defined date, the CUSTOMER reserves its right to return the goods at the SUPPLIER’s risk or bill the costs to the SUPPLIER, which the CUSTOMER incurs for this reason (e.g. demurrage) and to set the invoice payment dates accordingly.

Passing of the Risk

6.1 All the shipments shall be made at the SUPPLIER’s risk free of freight and expense to the CUSTOMER’s works. The consignor shall pay the freight at the point of departure. The CUSTOMER will not pay expenses for transport insurance. If due to the SUPPLIER’s fault, shipments need to be sent as express or accelerated delivery, the SUPPLIER shall bear the extra costs incurred too. The goods shall be packed appropriately taking into consideration the general terms and conditions of the rail or road forwarder.
6.2 One copy of a bill of delivery shall be enclosed to each shipment. The bill of delivery shall include details of the contents as well as the CUSTOMER’s purchase order number. Part shipments are allowed only upon the express consent of the CUSTOMER.


7.1 Invoices shall be delivered as simple copy separate from the delivery.
7.2 Only the measurements, weights and unit numbers determined by the CUSTOMER shall be authoritative for the calculation.
7.3 The CUSTOMER can process invoices only if they contain - according to the terms of reference in the purchase order - the purchase order number shown there; the SUPPLIER shall be responsible for all the consequences arising due to non-compliance with this duty, unless the SUPPLIER can prove that it is not to be held responsible for such consequences.

Quality - Execution Requirements

8.1 The items of purchase must necessarily feature the qualities or properties demonstrated by way of samples or as set out in quality assurance agreements.
8.2 If the SUPPLIER receives drawings, specimens or other requirements from the CUSTOMER, they shall be exclusively authoritative for the type, quality and execution of the goods to be delivered.
8.3 If the CUSTOMER requests patterns, the full-scale production may only start after the written approval of the pattern. The CUSTOMER shall be informed in writing immediately prior to the start of full-scale production of any concerns the SUPPLIER may have with the specification of the CUSTOMER. In such cases, the full-scale production may be commenced only after another written instruction of the CUSTOMER.
8.4 The delivered goods must conform to the applicable statutory accident prevention regulations, VDE (German Association for Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies) regulations, relevant police regulations, other legal regulations as well as the acknowledged state of the art as coming into consideration from time to time.

Liability for Defects

9.1 The CUSTOMER has the right to opt for either subsequent performance or new delivery. The CUSTOMER has the right to rescind the contract, reduce the purchase price and to claim damages in lieu of performance, once the set reasonable period for subsequent performance lapsed without success.
9.2 The CUSTOMER has the right to claim reduction of the purchase price and damages in lieu of performance also in the event of negligible material defects.
9.3 In the event of subsequent performance, the SUPPLIER shall also bear the expenses incurred due to the circumstance that after the delivery, the purchased item was brought to another place than the domicile or the business establishment of the recipient.
9.4 The CUSTOMER’s claims resulting from the liability for material damages shall become statute-barred upon 36 months as of the delivery of the contractually defined goods.
9.5 As part of the manufacturer’s recourse, the CUSTOMER is entitled to the statutory claims against the SUPPLIER without any restrictions.
9.6 The CUSTOMER shall inspect the delivered goods for possible material defects within a reasonable period, unless agreed otherwise; the complaint shall be made in due time if received by the SUPPLIER within ten working days calculated as of the receipt of the goods or, in case of hidden defects, as of their detection.
9.7 The SUPPLIER shall fully indemnify and hold harmless the CUSTOMER at first request from and against all damage claims asserted by third parties for the defective condition of the product. In lawsuits, if any, the SUPPLIER shall fully support the CUSTOMER at the SUPPLIER’s own expense in the defence against the respective claims.This shall also apply in the event that the products delivered by the SUPPLIER were in conformity with the technical standards implementing a harmonised norm or any other technical specification as determined by the Committee for Technical Work Equipment and Consumer Products and as published by the instructed authority in the Bundesanzeiger (German Federal Gazette). The burden of proof for the delivered product not to constitute any hazard to the safety or health of users or third parties is entirely incumbent upon the SUPPLIER.

Rescission of Contract - Damage Compensation

10.1 If the SUPPLIER fails to comply with the obligations assumed in the confirmation of order or does so in violation of the contractual commitments, the CUSTOMER may rescind the contract and claim damages in lieu of performance after the unsuccessful lapse of a reasonable period for performance.
10.2 The CUSTOMER has the right to rescind the contract particularly if the SUPPLIER violates its obligations pursuant to sec. 2.2 and 2.3.
10.3 The CUSTOMER’s right to rescind the contract will be applicable also if the SUPPLIER discontinues payments or files a petition for the institution of insolvency proceedings.
10.4 The right to terminate with immediate effect for good cause remains unaffected in case of continuing obligations.

Product Liability - Indemnification - Third-Party Liability Insurance Cover

11.1 If the SUPPLIER is responsible for a product damage, the SUPPLIER shall indemnify and hold harmless the CUSTOMER at first request from and against third-party damage claims to the extent in which the cause is within its sphere of control and organisation and in which the SUPPLIER proper is liable in relation to third parties.
11.2 As part of its liability for damage events as defined in paragraph 1 above, the SUPPLIER shall also reimburse expenses pursuant to sec. 683 and sec. 670 BGB (German Civil Code) as well as sec. 830, sec. 840 and sec. 426 BGB, if any, resulting from or in connection with any recall programme carried out together with a purchaser. The CUSTOMER will inform the SUPPLIER - as far as practicable and reasonable - of the content and scope of the recall measures to be carried out and give the SUPPLIER the opportunity to make a statement. Any other statutory claims shall remain unaffected.
11.3 The SUPPLIER shall maintain product liability insurance at a reasonable - lump-sum - amount, however not less that € 10M per event of personal injury/material damage; if the CUSTOMER is entitled to additional damage claims, they shall not be affected. On request at any time, the SUPPLIER shall provide the CUSTOMER with a copy of the insurance policy or - on special request - a current insurance confirmation.


The rights and obligations of the SUPPLIER under the contract are not assignable or transferrable, unless with the CUSTOMER’s consent.

Violation of Property Rights

The SUPPLIER assumes the warranty that the goods it delivers do not violate any domestic or foreign industrial or other property rights. The SUPPLIER shall indemnify and hold harmless the CUSTOMER in the interior relationship from or against all damage or other claims asserted against the CUSTOMER resulting from the violation of this obligation; this shall not apply in case that the SUPPLIER is not to be held responsible for the violation of third-party rights.The SUPPLIER’s obligation to indemnify relates to all expenses the CUSTOMER necessarily incurs due to or in connection with facing claims of a third party.

Reservation of Title - Provision - Tools - Non-Disclosure

14.1 If the CUSTOMER provides parts to the SUPPLIER, the CUSTOMER will maintain the title to such parts. The processing or conversion by the SUPPLIER is made on behalf of the CUSTOMER. If the CUSTOMER’s goods subject to reservation are processed together with other objects not belonging to the CUSTOMER, the CUSTOMER will acquire the co-ownership to the new item in the proportion of the value of its item (purchase price plus statutory VAT) to the other processed items at the time of processing.
14.2 If the item provided by the CUSTOMER is blended inseparably with objects not belonging to the CUSTOMER, the CUSTOMER will acquire the co-ownership to the new item in the proportion of the value of the item under reservation (purchase price plus VAT) to the other blended objects at the time of blending. If blending is made in such a manner that the item of the SUPPLIER has to be considered as the main item, then it is deemed agreed that the SUPPLIER transfers the co-ownership to the CUSTOMER on a pro-rata basis; the SUPPLIER shall safeguard the solely owned or co-owned item on behalf of the CUSTOMER.
14.3 The CUSTOMER reserves its title to tools; the SUPPLIER shall use the tools only for the manufacture of the goods ordered by the CUSTOMER and shall identify them as property of the CUSTOMER by marking them with its name and a serial number consisting of numerals. The SUPPLIER shall take out insurance at its own expense for the tools owned by the CUSTOMER at replacement value against fire, water and theft damage. Concurrently, the SUPPLIER hereby assigns to the CUSTOMER and the CUSTOMER hereby accepts the assignment of all compensation claims under such insurance. The SUPPLIER shall carry out maintenance, service and repair work, if required, with the CUSTOMER’s tools in due time at its own expense. The SUPPLIER shall immediately inform the CUSTOMER of incidents, if any; if the SUPPLIER fails to do so culpably, the damage claims shall remain unaffected. Upon request, the SUPPLIER shall return such objects to the CUSTOMER in a proper condition; the SUPPLIER does not have any right of retention to such objects.
14.4 The CUSTOMER may request the surrender of tools the SUPPLIER manufactures specifically or procures from third parties for the manufacture of the products ordered by the CUSTOMER, particularly in case of disruption of supply. In such a case, the CUSTOMER has the additional right to reimburse the SUPPLIER for the not yet amortised portion of the tool costs. In this event, the CUSTOMER will acquire the unrestricted title to the tools by way of such reimbursement; however, if the tools remain with the SUPPLIER in this case too, the SUPPLIER may keep the tools as a loan instead of delivering them to the CUSTOMER. The SUPPLIER commits itself to scrap the tools it uses or used for the manufacture of products for the CUSTOMER only upon the prior written consent of the CUSTOMER. In any other respect, the provisions in section 14.3 of these Terms and Conditions of Purchase shall apply.
14.5 The SUPPLIER shall keep strictly secret all the illustrations, drawings, calculations and other documents and information received. They must not be disclosed to any third party, unless with the CUSTOMER’s express consent. The obligation of non-disclosure shall also apply after the end of this contract and shall cease only once and to the extent in which the manufacturing expertise contained in the provided illustrations, drawings, calculations and other documents has become part of the public domain.
14.6 If the security interests due to the CUSTOMER pursuant to paragraphs 1 and/or 2 above exceed the purchase price for all the goods under reservation not paid yet to the CUSTOMER by more than 20%, the CUSTOMER shall release the security interests at its option on the SUPPLIER’s request.

Spare Parts

Unless agreed otherwise, the SUPPLIER shall hold available spare parts for the products delivered to the CUSTOMER for a period of 15 years after the delivery or serial delivery, respectively, and deliver them to the CUSTOMER at usual market terms. If the SUPPLIER intends to discontinue the manufacture of spare parts for the products delivered to the CUSTOMER, the SUPPLIER shall inform the CUSTOMER of this decision immediately once it has been taken. A period of six months shall follow such a decision before the discontinuation of the manufacture takes effect.

Legal Framework and Environmental Protection

16.1 The SUPPLIER commits itself to comply with the applicable legal regulations in the dealings with employees and the handling of environmental protection and industrial safety matters and to endeavour to avoid harmful impacts of its activities on humans and the environment. To this end, the SUPPLIER shall set up and develop an environmental management system within the limits of its resources, e.g. pursuant to ISO 14001 or a similar acknowledged system.
16.2 The supplier is aware of the fact that the customer uses the delivered products (materials, mixtures, components) especially for the manufacture of electronic components, modules and products. The supplier warrants that it will fully comply with the following provisions pursuant to sub-sections 16.2.1 through 16.2.6:
16.2.1 The supplier commits itself to meet all the relevant regulations provided by product law and environmental law as well as standards applicable under such laws (e.g. DIN EN IEC 63000 for the determination of the technical documentation to declare the compliance with applicable substance restrictions) applicable within the EU, which refer to the contractual products as amended at the time of passing of the risk. Such regulations include, without limitation, the Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 concerning the Registration, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH Regulation) and the Regulation (EU) 2019/1021 on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POP Regulation). Moreover, the supplier commits itself to enable the customer to meet its at least contractual obligations in connection with the Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS Directive) and its respective national implementations as amended from time to time. Furthermore, the supplier commits itself to meet the requirements of the California Proposition 65 as well as of Section 1502 of the U.S. Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Acts (Dodd-Frank Act).
16.2.2 The supplier commits itself not to deliver any products which in particular do not meet the prohibitions of substances or the restriction terms in Annex XVII of the REACH Regulation as well as in Annex I or Annex II of the POP Regulation or which are listed in Annex XIV of the REACH Regulation; in particular in case of form-defining plastic parts, the supplier has to assume that they come in contact with human skin or the mouth cavity when used in a normal or foreseeable manner. If the supplier believes that a legally permitted use of substances according to Annex XIV cannot be avoided, the supplier shall inform the customer thereof immediately; any delivery shall be permitted only with the customer’s consent. Moreover, the supplier commits itself not to deliver any products exceeding the concentration values listed in Annex II of the RoHS Directive based on their homogeneous materials as applicable from time to time and in respect of which no exemption pursuant to Art. 4 in conjunction with Annex III or Annex IV of the RoHS Directive is relevant. If the supplier claims a statutory exemption according to the RoHS Directive, the supplier shall inform the customer thereof indicating the exemption.
16.2.3 The supplier shall provide the information to the customer, which is required under Art. 33 of the REACH Regulation; on the customer’s request, the information shall be communicated separately already prior to the purchase order, and otherwise immediately, no later than at the time of the order confirmation. The supplier shall inform the customer in particular whether and, if so, which candidate substances (SVHC contained in the candidate list of the ECHA as applicable from time to time) are integrated in the respective products with a concentration of more than 0.1 mass percent (w/w). A product subject to delivery can thereby consist of a multitude of component products.
16.2.4 The information shall be provided in such a manner as to enable the exact allocation of existing candidate substances to the respective product(s). The name and the identification number (CAS number) of the respective candidate substance shall be stated as a minimum. If the concentration value of a substance in the candidate list exceeds 0.1 mass percent in a product, the supplier shall inform the customer whether the affected substance has been registered already for the use in the product pursuant to Art. 7 para. 6 of the REACH Regulation. If there is no candidate substance with more than 0.1 mass percent in a product subject to delivery, the supplier shall inform the customer thereof too.
16.2.5 If there is an entry in the SCIP database of the ECHA for the product to be delivered, the supplier shall communicate the appropriate SCIP number for the respective product to the customer. If such an entry does not exist yet although it would be legally required on the part of the supplier, the supplier shall provide all the required information to the customer to enable the latter conducting the entry in the SCIP database by itself.
16.2.6 The supplier shall deliver declarations to the customer with regard to the obligations set forth in sub-sections 16.2.1 through 16.2.5 fully confirming the compliance with such obligations. To do so, the supplier shall use the elobau supplier portal provided by the customer, answer the questions presented there completely and truthfully, as well as confirm its information as correct.
16.2.7 In case of changes or extensions of the legal bases, including, but not limited to the substance restrictions according to Annex II of the RoHS Directive, the exemptions pursuant to Annex III or Annex IV of the RoHS Directive, the candidate list of the ECHA, Annex XIV, Annex XVII of the REACH Regulation or the Annexes I or II of the POP Regulation, the supplier shall actively examine the products to find out whether an update of the declaration pursuant to sub-section 16.2.6 is required. If this is the case, the supplier shall provide updated declarations to the customer immediately and without request via the elobau supplier portal.
16.3 The SUPPLIER shall pay at least the minimum wage pursuant to the German Minimum Wage Act of 11 August 2014 to its employees assigned with the execution of the ordered deliveries under the relevant contract. The CUSTOMER has the right to request the SUPPLIER to submit evidence or a written confirmation of the payment of the minimum wage at any time. Der SUPPLIER shall indemnify and hold harmless the CUSTOMER from and against all claims asserted in the event of violation of the regulations of the Minimum Wage Act by the SUPPLIER or any of its subcontractors. Notwithstanding any other rights of termination and rescission, the CUSTOMER has the right to rescind the contract with immediate effect or to terminate the contract if the SUPPLIER and/or its subcontractors culpably violate the above provisions or the Minimum Wage Act of 11 August 2014, respectively. The SUPPLIER shall compensate the CUSTOMER for any damage the latter incurs as a result of the rescission or termination. Claims of the SUPPLIER for non-performance shall be excluded. In any other respect, the consequences of the rescission or the termination shall be subject to the legal regulations.
16.4 If products contain "Conflict Minerals" as defined in Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act, SUPPLIER shall support the due diligence and reporting obligations of the CUSTOMER or its customers with respect to the Dodd-Frank Act on Conflict Minerals. This includes, but is not limited to, i) establishing and implementing policies and management systems with respect to Conflict Minerals and requiring its subcontractors of such minerals to implement similar policies and systems; (ii) providing, at CUSTOMER’s request, with due diligence and without unreasonable delay, a completed and validated Conflict Minerals Report in accordance with the Conflict Minerals Reporting Template (CMRT) of the Responsible Minerals Initiative; (iii) requiring subcontractors of Conflict Minerals to request a CMRT within the scope of Supplier's due diligence; and (iv) assisting the CUSTOMER or its customers, as appropriate, in complying with the reporting requirements.

Customs and Export Control

17.1 17.1 The supplier shall inform us in its business documents of authorisation requirements, if any, in connection with exports and re-exports of its goods pursuant to German, European and U.S. export and customs regulations as well as the export and customs regulations of the country of origin of its goods. To this end, the supplier shall provide at least the following information for the respective product items in its offers, confirmations of order, delivery notes and invoices: - the export list number pursuant to annex AL to the German Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance or comparable list items of relevant export lists; - for U.S. goods, the ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) or EAR99 pursuant to the U.S. Export Administration Regulations (EAR); - the commercial origin of its goods; and - the statistical product number (HS-Code) of its goods.
17.2 17.2 Under concluded agreements, the supplier shall comply with all legal regulations and requirements. The supplier commits itself to deliver to elobau without request the original of a long-term supplier’s declaration for products of a preference origin nature in accordance with the regulations as applicable from time to time (currently: Regulation (EU) 2015/2447).
17.3 17.3 The supplier guarantees that it is either an Authorised Economic Operator AEO-F or AEO-S or that it meets the following requirements to supply chain security: - goods manufactured, stored and/or shipped on the instruction of elobau or delivered to or accepted by elobau shall be manufactured, stored, processed and loaded at secure business establishments and at secure transshipment points; - protected against unauthorised access during manufacture, storage, processing, loading and shipment; - the personnel used to manufacture, store, process, load, ship and accept such goods is reliable (within the meaning of Art. 24 (1) Regulation (EU) no. 2015/2447); and - business partners acting on behalf of the supplier are informed of the fact that they too must take measures to secure the aforementioned supply chain.


18.1 Place of performance shall be the place as specified by the CUSTOMER from time to time; in the absence of such specification, the place of performance shall be Leutkirch, Germany.
18.2 Venue of court for all disputes under this contract shall be Leutkirch. Nevertheless, the CUSTOMER has the right to sue the SUPPLIER at the court of general jurisdiction for the domicile of the SUPPLIER.
18.3 German law shall govern the implementation of the contract on an exclusive basis, excluding the UN Sales Law. If any of the provisions of the contract should be invalid, as a whole or in part, the validity of the remaining contract shall not be affected. In such a case, the invalid provision shall be replaced by a provision permissible by law adequate to achieve the spirit and purpose of the contract in a most equivalent manner.
We operate a quality assurance system pursuant to EN ISO 9001:2008. The deliveries of the supplier and/or services are used in applying this system.
Revision of: 30 September 2022

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