Terms and Conditions

General Terms and Conditions B2C

Article 1. Definitions 1.1 In these General Terms and Conditions, the following definitions apply:

B2C: A company offering products or services to individual customers. Customer: An individual who purchases products or services from B2C. Agreement: Any agreement between B2C and the Customer, including offers and orders.

Article 2. Applicability 2.1 These General Terms and Conditions apply to every offer made by Classick and to every agreement between Classick and the Customer. 2.2 Deviations from these General Terms and Conditions are only valid if they are agreed in writing between Classick and the Customer.

Article 3. Offers and agreements 3.1 All offers made by Classick are non-binding and valid while stocks last, unless otherwise stated. 3.2 The Agreement is concluded at the moment of acceptance by the Customer of an offer made by Classick. 3.3 If an offer has a limited validity period, this will be stated explicitly in the offer. 3.4 Classick is entitled to cancel the Agreement if the products or services are no longer available.

Article 4. Prices 4.1 All prices are inclusive of VAT and other taxes that apply, unless otherwise stated. 4.2 Classick is entitled to increase prices if these are subject to changes in legal regulations or provisions.

Article 5. Delivery and execution 5.1 Classick will ensure careful execution of the Agreement and will deliver the ordered products or services as soon as possible. 5.2 If certain products or services are not available, Classick will inform the Customer as soon as possible and the Customer is entitled to cancel the Agreement in that case. 5.3 The risk of damage and/or loss of products rests with Classick until delivery to the Customer.

Article 6. Payment 6.1 The Customer is obliged to pay for the products or services in the manner indicated in the Agreement. 6.2 Classick is entitled to suspend the shipment of products or execution of services until the Customer has fulfilled its payment obligations. 6.3 If the Customer does not pay on time, it is in default by operation of law and Classick is entitled to charge the legal interest rate. 6.4 The Customer has the right to file a complaint about the invoice within 14 days of the invoice date.

Article 7. Quality and warranty 7.1 Classick guarantees that the products or services comply with the normal requirements and expectations that may be made of them and the specifications provided by Classick or that are reasonably known. 7.2 The Customer must report any defects or imperfections in writing to Classick within a reasonable time after discovery. 7.3 If the Customer proves that the products or services do not comply with the warranty, Classick will repair or replace the products or re-execute the services, at its discretion.

Article 8. Intellectual property rights 8.1 All intellectual property rights, including copyrights, trademark rights, patent rights, trade name rights and database rights, as well as all rights to know-how, belong to Classick or its licensors, unless explicitly stated otherwise. 8.2 The Customer is not entitled to remove or alter any indications concerning copyrights, trade marks, trade names, or any other intellectual property rights of Classick or its licensors. 8.3 The Customer is not entitled to make any reproductions of the products or services delivered by Classick, unless explicitly agreed in writing.

Article 9. Liability 9.1 Classick is only liable for direct damage and only to the extent that the damage is the result of intent or gross negligence on the part of Classick. 9.2 The liability of Classick is limited to a maximum of the invoice amount of the relevant Agreement. 9.3 Classick is not liable for indirect damage, including consequential damage, lost profits, missed savings and damage caused by business stagnation.

Article 10. Force Majeure 10.1 In case of force majeure, Classick has the right to suspend the performance of the Agreement until the force majeure has been lifted. If the force majeure lasts for more than three months, both parties have the right to terminate the Agreement without any obligation to compensate for damages. 10.2 Force majeure means any circumstance outside the control of Classick that makes the performance of its obligations impossible or unreasonably burdensome, such as war, mobilization, uprising, fire, explosion, flood, strike, boycott, riots, government measures, and the like.

Article 11. Changes and additions 11.1 Changes and additions to the Agreement and these General Terms and Conditions are only valid if they are agreed in writing.

Article 12. Disputes 12.1 The Agreement and these General Terms and Conditions are subject to Dutch law only. 12.2 Any disputes between the parties will initially be resolved through negotiation. 12.3 If a dispute cannot be resolved through negotiation, the dispute will be resolved by the competent court in Amsterdam.

Article 13. Final provisions 13.1 If one or more provisions in these General Terms and Conditions or the Agreement are null and void or nullified, the remaining provisions will remain fully in force. 13.2 Classick is entitled to modify these General Terms and Conditions. Changes will be published on the Classick website and will apply to all new Agreements from the date of publication.

These General Terms and Conditions have been drafted and filed with the Chamber of Commerce in Amsterdam.