Agence de traduction – Belga Translations

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General terms

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

ARTICLE 1
Our deliveries are considered to have been definitively accepted six working days after the delivery date. Any complaints should reach us in writing within this period.

ARTICLE 2
The prices invoiced are those applicable at the time of delivery, unless otherwise agreed in writing beforehand.

ARTICLE 3
Orders may not be cancelled once work on the order has begun.

ARTICLE 4
Any shortcomings in part of the delivery do not entitle the client to refuse the entire delivery.

ARTICLE 5
The client, in their capacity as author and/or publisher, shall assume full liability for any consequences resulting from the publication and distribution of texts supplied by Belga Translations. Civil and/or economic liability for the distribution, be it limited or mass circulation, of texts translated, revised or drafted by Belga Translations shall not under any circumstances be accepted by the latter unless a “publishing agreement” has been expressly concluded beforehand.

ARTICLE 6
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, our services are payable immediately upon delivery. Any sum still outstanding by the payment date will incur interest, ipso jure and without prior notice, at a rate 5% higher than the rate applicable for cash advances at that time.

ARTICLE 7
The client is not authorised to suspend payment, even if a complaint relating to part of the delivery is acknowledged by Belga Translations. In any event, the client shall pay that part which is indisputably due within the specified period.

ARTICLE 8
In the event of non-payment of an invoice by the due date, Belga Translations reserves the right to demand immediate payment of all invoices, including those not yet due. The amount of the unpaid invoice will be increased by 20%, subject to a minimum of EUR 40, by way of compensation, without prejudice to the payment of interest referred to in Article 6. Should a litigation file be opened, a minimum of EUR 125 will be claimed to cover administrative costs.

ARTICLE 9
The client shall be considered to have accepted the aforementioned conditions, without restriction or reservation, simply by accepting our quotation, delivery or invoice or by placing the order.

ARTICLE 10
The courts of Brussels have sole jurisdiction in the event of legal proceedings.

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE