Supply Agreement In Het Nederlands
Sponsor: The party that has entered into a sponsorship agreement with SCM for the event. 6.5 Where SCM uses the services of third parties in the performance of the contract, SCM shall negotiate with such third parties on behalf of, at the expense and at the risk of the procuring entity. The procuring entity shall exempt SCM from all claims by third parties in this regard. 1.30 All disputes concerning agreements concluded by SCM shall be submitted to the competent court in Arnhem, the Netherlands. In addition, SCM has the right to bring disputes with a consumer party (i.e. a natural person who is not acting in the exercise of a profession or activity) before the competent court under the law. If that court is not the arnhem court and SCM submits the dispute to the arnhem court, that consumer may, within six weeks of the appeal of this provision, notify SCM in writing that he wishes the competent court under the law to decide the dispute. Sponsorship Fund: the fee that the Promoter must pay to SCM under the Sponsorship Agreement for the use of the Stand and other agreed services and general organisational services described in this Agreement and which are to be provided or provided by SCM. 1.7 SCM`s offers and/or declarations regarding their products and/or services, such as edition, format, frequency, printing procedure, size and type of address base, number of subscriptions or prints, weights, size of each issue, etc., are published with due conscience, but are not binding. Therefore, SCM expressly reserves reservations about inconsistencies and/or modifications of any kind and magnitude.
At any time, Supply Chain Media reserves the right to change, at its discretion, the format, frequency and nature of the offer and/or distribution, without giving the other party the right to modify or terminate the contract. 1.5 All SCM offers and offers are free of charge. It is only after the written confirmation (of the order) or the actual performance of SCM that the contract is concluded. Changes to assignments are binding on SCM only to the extent that they have been confirmed in writing or made by SCM. . . .