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Schneiders Bekleidung Gesellschaft m.b.H.
Wolfgang Binder

Aribonenstrasse 27
A-5020 Salzburg
Telefon: +43/662/432366
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General terms and conditions

  1. Applicability: These General Terms and Conditions shall apply to supply contracts between Seller (Austrian or German commercial establishment) and Purchaser (non-consumer). Instead of sections 7. to 11. below, the provisions of sections 8 and 10-12 of the Standard Conditions of the German Clothing Industry (“Einheitsbedingungen der deutschen Bekleidungsindustrie”, available on and directly from Seller) as amended on Jan. 1, 2015 or else the provisions which will take their place shall apply to deliveries by the German commercial establishment. The applicability of General Terms and Conditions of the Purchaser is ruled out, even if Seller has not objected to them explicitly in a given case. 
  2. Applicable law and jurisdiction: While German law shall apply in case of orders with the German establishment, Austrian law shall apply in any other case, both to the exclusion of the provisions of private international law and of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. The courts at the seat of Seller’s commercial establishment shall have exclusive jurisdiction (also for actions on a bill of exchange and actions of cheque); however, Seller is free to sue at the place of general jurisdiction of the Purchaser instead. 
  3. Larger sizes and goods with special prices: An additional charge for larger sizes of 10% for men’s and boys’ outerwear starting with the sizes 56, 28, 110 and 15% starting with the sizes 62, 31 and 122. 20% away from sizes 68, 34 and 134 shall apply. Goods, which were obtained by Purchaser at special prices, cannot be returned. 
  4. Shipping, partial deliveries and terms of payment: In the absence of an explicit agreement to the contrary, Purchaser must accept partial deliveries and shipping by Seller, if carried out at Purchaser’s risk, will not be insured. Terms of payment are determined by Seller, in which regard his order confirmation shall be decisive. 
  5. Periods of delivery (and periods of acceptance, respectively): Upon expiry of the period of delivery, there shall be an additional respite of 18 calendar days automatically; if Seller lets this deadline lapse, Purchaser is allowed to withdraw from the contract in writing without setting any further grace period. However, any related claim for damages presupposes that, after the lapse of the original period of delivery, a grace period of at least four weeks has been granted in writing and has also lapsed. For the duration of operational disruptions not attributable to Seller´s fault or of force majeure (foreseeably) lasting for more than one week, the period of delivery and the period of acceptance, respectively, are extended accordingly, but for a maximum of five weeks, provided that the other party is informed about the reason without delay; if this period lapses, the other party may withdraw from the contract while granting a respite of twelve calendar days. 
  6. Defects: Notices of defects have to be sent to Seller within an adequate period and not later than twelve calendar days after receipt of the product; in case of hidden defects, such notices have to be sent immediately upon discovery. At first, Purchaser shall only be entitled to – at Seller´s choice – subsequent improvement or delivery of replacement goods free of defects within 21 calendar days after receipt by Seller. Any claims concerning defects of the product itself shall be time-barred after six months from receipt. 
  7. Damages (Austrian establishment): Except for damages to a person or pursuant to the Act on Product Liability [“Produkthaftungsgesetz”], Seller shall only be liable in the event of gross negligence or intent. 
  8. Retention of title (Austrian establishment): Until full settlement of all claims out of or in relation to the entire business relationship (in case of allowance to pay by cheque or bill of exchange: until final encashment), the supplied goods shall – even if they have been processed – remain Seller´s property. It is only allowed to resell the goods in the regular course of business (hence, it is especially not allowed to pledge them or to assign them as security) and any claims resulting therefrom in the respective final amount of the invoice, including value added tax and any ancillary rights, are hereby assigned to Seller; Seller hereby accepts this assignment. In case of delay in payment or, as the case may be, suspension of payments, Seller may demand any information and documents required to collect the assigned claims as well as the notification of the respective debtor of the assignment. Purchaser has to inform Seller promptly of any (imminent) impairments of Seller’s rights in terms of the goods under retention, especially through attachment, and support him at protecting these rights and to compensate him for any related costs, especially also those relating to opposition proceedings. 
  9. Delay in payment (Austrian establishment): During a delay in payment or in case of a substantial deterioration of Purchaser’s financial condition, Seller shall by all means be liberated from his obligation to further deliveries out of ongoing contracts (as regards Purchaser’s right of retention, see section 10.). If a due claim of Seller is not settled within a maximum of twelve calendar days from the due date, Seller may withdraw from the respective contract without setting any further grace period; after setting a grace period of twelve calendar days, Seller may also withdraw from – all or individual – other supply contracts. In any case, Seller shall be entitled to late payment interest of 9,2% per year above the respective base rate of the European Central Bank or of any higher statutory interest rate and, in addition, to any costs incurred for dunning and collection as well as for inquiry and information (especially also the costs of collection agencies , associations for the protection of creditors and lawyers). 
  10. Offsetting and retention by Purchaser (Austrian establishment): Any right of offsetting and/or retention of Purchaser shall only come into question in relation to claims which are either undisputed or established as final and absolute. 
  11. Severability clause: Should a provision of these General Terms and Conditions or a provision in any other agreement concluded or, as the case may be, in the Standard Conditions of the German Clothing Industry be or become invalid, then the validity of the remaining agreement shall not be affected thereby. In this case, a valid provision is considered to be agreed upon instead of the respective invalid provision which is as close to the economic purpose of the latter as possible.