These sales and delivery terms apply to sales made by Runitec A/S.
Any deviation from these sales and delivery terms shall be made expressly and with the written consent by the seller.
Section 2 Terms – rules.
2.1 For all sales, the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, Article 1 to Article 89 called CISG
2.1.1 CISG apply, unless otherwise expressly stated in the purchase contract or these sales and delivery terms.
2.1.2 Notwithstanding Clause 2.1, the Sale of Goods Act (Act 6/4 1906 us) is applicable, if the buyer is established in Denmark.
2.2 In case the sold goods are sent, this is done according to INCO Terms 90, clause EXW, Ex Works.
Section 3 Ownership.
3.1. Seller reserves the right of ownership to the goods until the total price has been paid.
Section 4 Product Liability.
4.1 Seller shall be liable for personal injury and property damage, including consequential damage that may be caused as a result of proven defects on the goods sold.
Section 5 Supply Obstacles.
5.1 Seller shall not be liable for not meeting its obligations under the tender submitted or accepted order, as a result of force majeure, war, riots, civil unrest, government intervention or interference of local authorities, fire, strikes, lockouts, export and / or import bans, lack of or insufficient or delayed deliveries from sub-suppliers, including from the usual suppliers, labour shortages, drive force or any other reason, beyond the seller’s control and which is likely to delay or prevent manufacture and delivery of the goods.
5.2 If timely delivery is temporarily hampered by one or more of the above circumstances, extended delivery time for a period equal to the duration and delivery on the postponed delivery is considered in all respects to time. In the event that delivery is expected to take longer than 3 months, the Seller shall be entitled to cancel the tenders submitted, as well as agreements.
Section 6 Liability.
Seller is not liable for the buyer’s consequential loss or damage of any kind, caused by defects on the goods sold and / or delays in delivery, unless the delay is caused intentionally or by gross negligence by the seller.
Section 7 Arbitration.
7.1 Disputes arising from the purchase and anything relating thereto shall be settled by arbitration and – after seller’s choice – a tribunal set up by the “Danish Arbitration” (Copenhagen Arbitration) and in accordance with its rules or by an arbitration tribunal set up by the ICC Court of Arbitration, in accordance with the “Rules for the ICC Court of Arbitration”. The number of arbitrators and the place of arbitration, is determined by the Danish Institute of Arbitration (Copenhagen Arbitration) or the ICC headquarters.