1. The Buyer shall settle all payments in exchange for the delivered goods on a timely basis.
  2. The invoice shall be considered duly paid on the date the Seller’s account is credited with the amount stated in the relevant VAT invoice.
  3. Where the payment is delayed or incomplete, the Seller has the right to suspend deliveries until all outstanding payments are settled.
  4. Title to the Goods delivered to the Buyer shall remain within the Seller and shall be transferred to the Buyer as soon as the total amount due is duly settled. Where any payments are delayed, the Seller can repossess the goods at the expense of the Buyer at any time and place, without any liability whatsoever for any damages that the Buyer may incur as a result.
  5. As soon as the total amount due is duly settled, the title to the delivered goods shall be transferred to the Buyer.
  6. The Buyer shall be fully responsible for the goods and the storage thereof, according to the applicable sanitary and hygiene requirements.
  7. Complaints referring to identified quantitative and latent qualitative defects shall be handled by the Seller on the basis of Buyer’s complaint submitted in writing.
  8. The complaint shall be delivered along with documents that confirm the validity of complaints, results of inspections and Seller’s documentation enclosed to the goods subject to complaint.
  9. Quantitative complains shall be reported immediately on delivery acceptance.