General Terms and Conditions
for Delivery, Payment and Commissioning of
M&B Marketing Ltd.

A. General

1. The conditions stated hereinafter shall apply to all - even future - deliveries of goods and provisional services of M&B Marketing Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as M&B Marketing). Conflicting General Terms and Conditions of the respective contractual partner are exclusively rejected. Such General Terms and Conditions of a contractual partner shall not bind us even if we did not object to them explicitly or if we provide goods or services without reservation although we know about contrary or deviating conditions.
2. Deviations from our Delivery and Payment Conditions are therefore only binding if they have been fixed in the respective contract in writing and have been confirmed in writing by us.
3. The conditions stated hereinafter shall apply in general to all our contractual partners, i.e. all individuals or legal entities of associations of persons having legal capacity according to private law as well as legal entities of public law or public law special funds, regardless whether they are merchants as defined by HGB of entrepreneurs or consumers as defined by BGB. Deviating special provisions, in particular for consumers, shall be set out specifically.

B. Conclusion of contract

Our offers remain subject to being sold. Conclusions of contract and other agreements, in particular oral collateral agreements and guarantees of employees or representatives, may be binding only with our written confirmation.

C. Prices

1. Our prices for deliveries are ex works, except as otherwise specified in our confirmation of order. Packing, freight, postage, insurance and delivery fees shall be charged separately.
2. Price quotations in brochures and catalogues or in the Internet are only binding, provided such brochures and catalogues are still valid in the event of placing a purchase order and our confirmation of order does not state any deviations.
3. Our respective stipulated gross prices shall be applicable for consumers. Statutory sales taxes for price quotations are not included in business trading with entrepreneurs or merchants. The statutory amount of such sales tax may be set out separately in the respective invoice.
D. Conditions for payment

1. Invoices for deliveries of vehicles shall be paid before by TT or LC or with collection of such vehicles. Payments by Only LZB / Central Bank cheques are accepted.
2. In the event that the contractual partner will be in default we are entitled to charge interest amounting to 5 % over the discount rate of the European Central Bank towards consumers and interest amounting to 8% over the discount rate towards other customers. The assertion of further damages caused by default remains reserved. Sec. 353 HGB remains unaffected.
3. In case of part deliveries or part performances, M&B Marketing is entitled to refuse the performance of services still to be rendered under the contract in the event of a delayed payment of the contractual partner until the outstanding balances are settled.
4. The non-observance of conditions for payment, occurrence of default or other circumstances minimizing the credit-worthiness of the contractual partner are entitling M&B Marketing to accelerate immediate maturity of claims arising from current business relations.
5. The contractual partner obtains the right to off set with counterclaims only in the event; such counterclaims have become res judicata, are uncontested or have been acknowledged by us. The contractual partner is only authorized to exercise a right of retention, if the counterclaim is based on the same contractual relation.

E. Term and dates of delivery

1. Terms and dates of delivery are only approximate information, provided that such terms and dates have been designated in writing and explicitly as binding. The term of delivery for purchase order commences the day of confirmation of order by us. However, the commencement shall not be effected before clarification of all technical and commercial details as well as presentation of permissions, if necessary. Any modifications regarding the delivery of the contractual object requested by the contractual partner within the term of delivery shall interrupt and extend the term of delivery accordingly. Term of delivery in connection with the execution of installation, repairing and commissioning contract shall not commence before confirmation of order and placing at the contractual partner's disposal respectively availability of the vehicle to be executed with such works. As for the rest, the provisions as stipulated in sentences 2 and 3 apply correspondingly.
2. In case of force majeure, such as delayed deliveries by the subcontractor, strike, lock-out, shortage of material, official actions as well as other acts of God, the respective term of delivery respectively term of performance shall be extended with the period between the commencement and the cessation of such event.
3. In case of non-availability respectively non-performance of services caused by essential aggravation or impossibility M&B Marketing is entitled to rescind the contract without being committed to claims for damages, if M&B Marketing has notified the respective contractual partner immediately about the non-availability of the contractual services and has undertaken simultaneously to compensate counter services already collected. The contractual partner is authorized to demand a declaration whether we intend to rescind the contract or to deliver within a reasonable time limit after being notified about such occurrence. The contractual partner is not entitled to reject part deliveries or part performances, unless a legitimate interest for such rejection is given. Statutory claims of the contractual partner to be enforced in lieu of claims for damages or to be asserted simultaneously with a claim of damages remain unaffected.
4. If M&B Marketing is in default with contractual services, the contractual partner is obliged to grant in writing a reasonable period of grace for performance. In case the contractual object is not or not completely delivered within such period of grace respectively the services are not or not completely rendered, the contractual partner has the right to rescind the contract after expiration of such period with respect to deliveries and services, which have not been delivered until expiration of such period of grace. Insofar, in delivery trading the dispatch of the goods is equivalent to the delivery. If the contractual partner suffers damages caused by delayed delivery M&B Marketing is liable for, M&B Marketing shall compensate the resulting and provable injury. However, such compensation is limited to 3 % of the net price of the delayed or omitted delivery or performance, unless M&B Marketing is liable for damages caused by intentional or gross negligence. If the respective contractual partner not being a consumer asserts claims for damages in lieu of performance, such claims are excluded, unless M&B Marketing is liable for damages caused by intentionally or gross negligence.
5. M&B Marketing shall be released from any observance of terms of delivery; if the contractual partner is in delay of payment of former orders or of part deliveries of an order, or fails to fulfill other contractual obligations.
6. In case of dispatch, the day of dispatching the goods shall be considered as the date of delivery. In other cases, the day, on which the contractual partner receives notice about the readiness for dispatch, delivery or handing over of goods, shall be decisive.

 

F. Dispatch/risk in the goods

1. The goods may be dispatched to the contractual partner or any named third person at the expense of the contractual partner.
2. In case of dispatching the goods, the risk in the goods passes to the contractual partner as soon as the goods have left the works of M&B Marketing. In the event the goods shall be dispatched from a sub supplier directly to the contractual partner at the instigation of M&B Marketing, the same applies correspondingly. These provisions are applicable for part deliveries or in case M&B Marketing undertake services of a different kind as well. They do not apply for consumers.
3. In the event of delay of the dispatch due to circumstances which the contractual partner is liable for, the risk in the goods passes to the contractual partner upon the day of notice about the readiness for dispatch.
4. M&B Marketing is entitled to insure the goods against transportation risk at the expense of the contractual partner. M&B Marketing is only obliged to insure the goods on the basis of a written agreement of the parties.
5. Goods not being dispatched or other services may be received respectively collected from the contractual partner at the works of M&B Marketing within seven days, at the latest, of being notified that the goods are ready for delivery respectively collection. In the event the contractual partner fails to collect the goods, M&B Marketing is entitled to make use of its statutory rights.
6. If M&B Marketing claims damages, such compensation shall be amounting to 15 % of the purchase price of contracts regarding new and second hand cars and 20% of the purchase price of contracts regarding spare parts or other services. The compensation shall be calculated higher, if M&B Marketing is able to furnish proofs of a higher damage.

G. Warranties

1. The contractual partner is obliged to inspect delivered goods immediately upon receipt and to give written notice of a defect immediately at the place of destination or, at the latest, within 2 business days upon receipt. Latent defects shall be noticed immediately upon ascertainment. In the event the contractual partner fails to observe the time limit for notification of a defect every possible claim regarding defects not being noticed or being noticed out of time are excluded, if the contractual partner is a merchant or a legal entity of public law.
2. In case of faulty deliveries or services, M&B Marketing shall have the opportunity to inspect at its option the noticed defects on the spot or at its places of business. The inspection shall take place immediately, if the contractual partner explains his interest in immediate settlement goods or services being found faulty shall not be modified without consent of M&B Marketing. Otherwise, the contractual partner loses his claims based on warranty. Divergent from the foregoing provisions, remediation works of deficiencies can be executed by another professional work shop at the expense of M&B Marketing, if the following conditions are fulfilled.
2.1 If the vehicle is out of service due to a defect and has been removed more than 50 km from the plant of M&B Marketing and M&B Marketing has given consent prior to the placing of an order to the third work shop.
2.2 If an urgent case of necessity is given and M&B Marketing is not able to take remedial actions immediately. The obligation of the contractual partner to inform M&B Marketing about the defect stating the address of the commissioned plant remains unaffected.
2.3 In the event defects have been remedied by another professional workshop, the commissioning order shall set forth that the execution of the remediation works is considered as such of M&B Marketing. It is imperative to make an entry that the dismantled parts shall be holding at M&B Marketing disposal during a reasonable time limit. M&B Marketing undertakes to reimburse the provable arising costs of the contractual partner. However, the contractual partner is obliged to keep the costs of remediation works as low as possible.
3. In case of provable material or implementation defects, M&B Marketing is entitled to remedy the defects free of charge or to replace free of charge or to credit the invoice value against return of the defective goods or to grant the contractual partner reduction of the purchase price by observing reasonably the contractual partner's interest. Deviating imperative provisions of law for the benefit of the consumers remain unaffected.
4. If M&B Marketing fails to fulfill one of its refined obligations to perform subsequently (replacement/delivery of a substitute or rectification of defects) or does not meet such obligation according to contract or if the subsequent performance goes wrong, the contractual partner is entitled to the right of reduction of the purchase price or the right of rescission of the contract within the scope of the provisions of law. Deviating imperative provisions of law for the benefit of consumers remain unaffected.
5. In the event that defects occur on vehicles which are made available to us for the purpose of executing structural alteration and/or actions for increasing efficiency and/or installation of special components like engines for increasing efficiency and/or special running gear and/or of executing maintenance respectively repairing works, our warranty obligation is in principle limited to such installed parts respectively rendered services. Divergent to the provisions as set forth above in fig.3; M&B Marketing is obliged to remedy provable material or implementation defects. This obligation to remedy defects includes vehicle parts not being provided by M&B Marketing, if such parts have been directly injured or damaged due to the respective material or implementation defect.
6. Other or further claims of the contractual partner, in particular claims for compensation of handling costs, costs relating to installation and dismantling as well as damages not relating to the delivery object (consequential damages), are excluded, provided that they are permitted by statute. Deviating imperative provisions of law for the benefit of consumers remain unaffected.
7. In case line sample has been sent in to the contractual partner, M&B Marketing is only liable for the circumstance that the delivery will be executed in accordance with the inspected line sample in the light of any adjustments (stipulation of quality by line sample).
8. Warranty claims as settled in this section are pertaining exclusively to defects of deliveries and services of M&B Marketing, including any defects on new vehicles with increasing efficiency, which have been existing on the date the risk in the goods passes to the respective contractual partner, or defects resulting from material and/or implementation defects, which have been existing on the date the risk in the goods passes to the contractual partner. The resulting warranty claims of the contractual partner are subject to a limitation period of 12 months counting from the date of passing the risk in the goods. In case of second hand purchase objects, any liabilities for defects as to quality are excluded, unless the existence of such defects has been concealed fraudulently. In case of contracts with consumers, the limitation period for delivery of new cars and for execution of services runs to 24 months and limitation period for delivery of used goods runs to 12 months counting from the date of passing the risk in the goods to the contractual partner.

H. Claims under guarantee

1. Claims of a contractual partner based on violation of a guarantee only come into question, if M&B Marketing has furnished expressly a guarantee of quality or tenability to the contractual partner and has designated the respective guarantee as such. The written confirmation can be replaced through handing over of written guarantee conditions formulated in advance.
2. Aside from respective concrete promises of guarantee and/or guarantee conditions, the contractual partner is only authorized to claim damages relating to the violation of a guarantee, if the contractual partner has been insured through a guarantee against damages of the arising kind.

I. General limitations of liability

1. The liability of M&B Marketing is exclusively determined by these conditions. All claims not being expressly acknowledged in these conditions, in particular even claims for damages based on impossibility, default, violation of contractual collateral duties (including advising and furnishing information), culpa in contrahendo, tort act - even if such claims are relating to claims of defects of the contractual partner - are excluded. This principle does not apply, if the claims are based on intentional or gross negligent act/omission of M&B Marketing, respectively a legal representative or vicarious agent or based on the circumstance that M&B Marketing, its legal representative or vicarious agent has violated negligently contractual cardinal obligations or has violated in other way substantial contractual obligations or on the circumstance that an intentional or negligent violation of life, person and/or health of a third person is given. Further, deviating imperative provisions of law for the benefit of consumers remain unaffected.
2. All claims against M&B Marketing, no matter based on which legal ground, are subject to, at the latest, a limitation period of 3 months, unless an intentional or fraudulent act of M&B Marketing is given. In such cases, the provisions of law regarding limitation periods shall apply. Deviating imperative provisions of law for the benefit of consumers remain unaffected.
3. Exclusions of liability according to these General Terms and Conditions shall not be applicable for claims relating to the Product Liability Act.
J. Extended right of lien

1. M&B Marketing is entitled to a contractual right of lien on the object being in its possession due to the order because of its contract claims.
2. The contractual right of lien can be asserted based on claims for prior executed works, deliveries of spare parts and other services as well, provided that such claims are related to the contractual object. The right of lien applies to other claims relating to this business connection, only if such claims are uncontested or have become res judicata and the contractual object is owned by the contractual partner.

K. Retention of title

1. M&B Marketing retains title to the delivered goods until fulfillment of all claims against the contractual partner of the current business connection in full. The same shall apply, if the price for special deliveries designated by the contractual partner is paid. A processing and manufacturing may be done by M&B Marketing. However, M&B Marketing is not committed to such works and its title may not become extinct hereby. In the event the contractual partner consolidates the reserved goods with other goods, M&B Marketing shall obtain joint ownership on the new object with regard to the invoice value of all consolidated goods. Insofar, the new object shall be considered as reserved goods in the sense of these conditions.
2. The contractual partner is entitled to sell the reserved goods in the proper course of business. Any other disposals are prohibited.
3. All claims arising out of the use of the reserved goods shall be resigned to M&B Marketing in advance. If the reserved goods are sold with other objects not being owned by M&B Marketing or are used as material for the execution of contracts for work and services, the assignment of the reserved goods only covers such portion of revenue, which is equivalent to the portion of the joint ownership of M&B Marketing with regard to the reserved goods.
4. The contractual partner is only entitled to collect the resigned claims in the proper course of business.
5. Any intervention on the reserved goods or the resigned claims by any third person may be notified to M&B Marketing by the contractual partner. The costs for such intervention shall be borne by the contractual partner.
6. The authorization of the contractual partner to dispose of the reserved goods and to collect the resigned claims lapses in the event of non-observance of conditions of payment as well as in case of protests relating to bill and cheque. In such a case, M&B Marketing is entitled to take possession of the reserved goods. The costs relating thereof shall be borne by the contractual partner. A rescission of the contract is only given In the event of taking back the goods, if such a case is expressly declared by M&B Marketing. Upon request of M&B Marketing, the contractual partner is, further, obliged to make available information and documents being needed by M&B Marketing to assert the resigned claims.
7. In the event the value of securities of a debt being available to M&B Marketing exceed more than 20 % of its claims, M&B Marketing undertakes to release at its option the exceeded securities upon request of the contractual partner.
L. Scrap parts
Parts being removed from vehicles (original or scrap parts) shall be taken over by the contractual partner within a time limit of 2 weeks. After this period of time, M&B Marketing does not take responsibility for the storage. A replacement is excluded. This provision does not apply for parts, which have been set off or passed into the ownership of M&B Marketing in other way.
M. Place of performance, place of jurisdiction, governing law

1. The place of performance for all deliveries and services of M&B Marketing shall be the head office of M&B Marketing.
2. The place of jurisdiction shall be depending on the head office of M&B Marketing. However, M&B Marketing shall be entitled to sue a claim against the contractual partner at its head office or at another statutory permitted place of jurisdiction. The same applies to liabilities on a bill or on a cheque.
3. The governing law for deliveries and services of M&B Marketing shall be the laws of Singapore.
4.The a foregoing figures 1-3 shall only be applicable, if the respective contractual partner is a merchant, a legal entity of public law or public law special funds.

N. Personal data

M&B Marketing is entitled to record and to process personal data of the contractual partner through electronic data processing.

O. Ineffectiveness

The ineffectiveness of single conditions does not affect neither the validity of the contract nor the validity of the remaining conditions.

 

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