Published by the Verband der Hersteller von Textil-, Papier-, Leder- und Pelzhilfsmitteln, Tensiden, Komplexbildnern, Antimikrobiellen Mitteln, Polymeren Flockungsmitteln, Kosmetischen Rohstoffen und Pharmazeutischen Hilfsstoffen oder verwandten Produkten e. V. – Verband TEGEWA e.V. – Karlstr. 21, 60329 Frankfurt am Main
German Association of the manufacturers of textile, paper, leather and fur auxiliaries, surfactants, complexing agents, antimicrobial agents, polymeric flocculants, cosmetic raw materials and pharmaceutical excipients and allied products
The following General Export Conditions shall apply to all deliveries and services provided by us, unless specially otherwise specified. Any varying conditions of the ordering party are not binding for us. The receipt of deliveries or services shall be deemed as acceptance of our conditions.
Our offers are subject to confirmation, unless expressly otherwise provided.
Damage claims and claims of compensation for expenses of the ordering party (damage claims), based on any legal ground whatsoever, above all those arising from any violation of obligations based on the relationship of debenture and from tort – shall be excluded. This shall not apply to the cases of compulsory liability according to the German Product Liability Act [Produkthaftungsgesetz] and in cases of injuring the life, body or health and this shall further not apply to the cases of intentional or grossly negligent causation of damage.
In cases of a violation of essential obligations of contract the damage claim shall be limited to the damage that is typical to this type of contract and foreseeable, unless one of the above-mentioned causes of liability which cannot be excluded do exist. Any liability for consequential damages arising from violations of obligations shall be excluded, unless the obligation which was violated had been intended to protect especially against such consequential damages. The preceding provisions do not imply a change of the burden of proof to the disadvantage of the ordering party.
The ordering party may sell the goods in the ordinary course of business. If the ordering party sells the goods to a third party, the supplier shall be entitled to the proceeds from this sale, which must be paid into a separate bank account, up to the amount of the purchase price. The ordering party shall be obliged to notify his purchasers of the cession and to give to the supplier the information and documents that are required for the assertion of the supplier’s claim against the purchasers.
Before the passing of the property in any single item of the goods to the ordering party, the ordering party shall hold such goods as bailee for the supplier and keep and store the same in such a manner as to be identifiable as the property of the supplier. The ordering party shall not be entitled to combine, mix or process the delivered substances until the purchase price has been paid to the supplier.