A Mutual Agreement Done Between Supplier And Buyer Is

The supplier agrees not to export or re-export, directly or indirectly, confidential information, goods, software and/or technologies from the buyer to a country for which the Netherlands or the United States of America or any other country, at the time of export or re-export, require an export license or other administrative authorization, without first obtaining such a license or authorization. The supplier also undertakes to inform the buyer whether the supplier product or supplier`s technology is controlled and/or controlled by the United States in accordance with its own country`s export control laws and, if so, what the Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is. These terms of sale are all the conditions of an agreement between the buyer and the supplier regarding the purchaser`s purchase and sale of goods by the buyer, provided that the buyer has expressly agreed to do otherwise in writing. All terms of sale contained in documents or documents issued by the Supplier before or after the issuance of a document by the purchaser which sets out these Terms and Conditions or refers to these Terms are expressly rejected by the purchaser and rejected by the purchaser, and these conditions are totally unappealable for any purchase by the Buyer and do not engage the Buyer in any way. No agreement constitutes the buyer`s acceptance of other terms and the purchaser does not intend to enter into an agreement other than the present terms and conditions of sale. Any change to these conditions and/or the agreement must be expressly agreed in writing by the buyer. These terms and conditions of purchase (“CGV”) apply and are an integral part of all agreements made and for all orders placed by the Buyer for the supply of goods and/or services by your company (hereafter referred to as “supplier”). Any such agreement or order is called an “agreement.” As has been done, the term “goods” encompasses both physical and intangible goods, including software, service requirements, spare parts and any related software and/or documentation that may accompany the goods. The reference to “goods” is considered a service, if any. The agreement is governed by Dutch law.

All disputes arising from or related to the agreement are first tempted by the supplier and the buyer to be resolved in good faith and in a spirit of mutual cooperation through consultation and negotiation. All disputes that will not be resolved within 30 days of the date of the first dispute may be referred to the appropriate court in Arnhem, in the event that the supplier is late, the buyer may inform the supplier of its intention to have the goods manufactured directly by the supplier manufacturer or subcontractor (hereafter referred to as “subcontractor”) or by a third party designated by the buyer, if the delay is not corrected within fourteen (14) days, or if the supplier has not made arrangements within the same time frame to prevent the buyer`s value from doing the appropriate thing.