GENERAL SALE CONDITIONS
GENERAL SALE CONDITIONS
1. COPAL Sp. z o.o. as the Supplier – reserves the right to refuse the execution of an order if any infringement of copyrights/licence rights of the Supplier results from the subject of the order.
2. The Supplier is obliged to prepare goods free from defects in the amount and assortment specified in the order placed by the Ordering Party by post, fax, or e-mail.
3. The Supplier is obliged to confirm the acceptance of the order in writing by post, e-mail, or fax, specifying the delivery term, current prices, and financial conditions to be met before the delivery. The delivery and payment conditions specified in the offer by the Supplier are binding for one month.
4. The Supplier is obliged to deliver goods free from defects in accordance with the order, but in the case of orders for profiles in full packages, the number of profiles in a package may vary slightly in practice from those arranged.
5. The Supplier reserves the right to a 2-week delivery term from the moment of placing the order for profiles with standard lengths and accessories in full packages. In the case of more complex goods requiring processing or varying from the standard, the delivery term shall be arranged separately.
6. The Supplier shall start to process its own materials or order non-standard materials for the purposes of the executing the delivery to the Ordering Party after the receipt of an advance payment to the amount specified in the offer.
7. Delivery is completed on the day when the goods are sent or qualified for shipment.
8. The Supplier is not liable for any damage to the goods and delays in transport of the delivery. The carrier is liable for the above. The party in the complaint proceedings towards the carrier is the party ordering the service.
9. If the delivery is executed by a courier ordered by the Supplier, the Supplier is obliged to conduct preliminary quantitative and qualitative collection in the presence of the carrier, and in the event of determining any defects or visible damage (packaging), to prepare a damage (complaint) report in the presence of the carrier.
10. Should the delivery be executed using the transport of the Ordering Party, the Ordering Party is obliged to collect the delivery within 5 days from notification by the Supplier on the readiness of the goods for collection.
11. The Supplier is entitled to terminate the execution of the order in the case of delays in payments or failure to collect the goods in accordance with the previous order.
12. The Supplier shall charge statutory interest on delayed payment.
13. The Supplier can reserve the right of ownership of the goods until the full amount has been paid by the Purchaser.
14. The Purchaser loses any warranty rights related to physical defects in the goods, if the Purchaser fails to inform the Supplier about the defect immediately upon its discovery, but no later than within one month from the delivery and before any operation on the product. If the warranty claim is accepted, the Supplier undertakes to deliver goods free from defects, the value of which does not exceed the value of the goods described in the claim.
15. The Ordering Party is legally and materially liable for any purposeful infringement of copyrights (designer rights) or any rights of the Supplier. In the case of infringement of the aforementioned rights, the Ordering Party is obliged to cover any losses resulting from such an infringement.
16. Should any difficulties occur beyond the control of the Supplier, resulting in an increase in the price, delay, or lack of possibility to finance the delivery, the Supplier can, based on a notication to the Ordering Party in writing on the occurring circumstances, with no requirement of compensation:
a) fail to execute the entire or part of the delivery,
b) execute the delivery on changed conditions with mutual agreement.
17. In matters not regulated by the provisions of these regulations, the provisions of the Civil Code shall apply.
18. Any disputes which may result from the execution of sales shall be resolved by the Parties in an amicable manner. Should it be impossible to resolve a dispute in an amicable manner, the dispute shall be subject to examination by a common Court having jurisdiction over the registered office of the Supplier.