1 In these general terms and conditions, the client is understood to mean the natural or legal person who has instructed the contractor to perform work or to deliver goods. With regard to the assignment, the client will never be able to rely on the circumstance that he acted on behalf of a third party, unless he has explicitly notified the contractor of this and the contractor has then accepted the assignment in writing under this condition.

2 In these general terms and conditions, the term assignment is understood to mean: any request to perform work or to deliver goods or data, in whatever form. An order will also be deemed to have been given by sending or handing over data or items on the basis of which the activities as referred to in paragraph 4 of this article can be performed.

3 In these general terms and conditions, activities are understood to mean: the manufacture, delivery, installation, placement and (or) construction of signs, which also includes advertising products, decorations, signage, constructions and (or) parts thereof, but in any if the activities ensuing from an order given to an Accredited Sign Company, all this in the broadest sense of the word.

4 The following terms and conditions apply to all quotations by, all assignments to and all agreements with the contractor.

5 The client can only invoke stipulations deviating from these conditions and (or) its own conditions or stipulations if those stipulations or conditions have been explicitly accepted by the contractor in writing.

6 The client with whom an agreement was previously concluded on these terms and conditions is deemed to have agreed to the applicability of these terms and conditions to agreements concluded later with the contractor.

Article 2: OFFERS
1 All quotations, estimates, offers and similar communications by the contractor are entirely without obligation and can only be accepted without deviation. An offer is in any case deemed to have been rejected if it is not accepted within one month.

2 Quotations by the contractor are based on information provided by the client. The client guarantees that he has provided all relevant information to the best of his knowledge and ability.

3 The documents forming part of the offer (such as designs, drawings, technical descriptions and the like) are as accurate as possible, but without obligation. They are and remain (intellectual) property of the contractor.

1 Only when the contractor has confirmed verbally or in writing that it accepts the assignment given will the agreement be concluded and obligations of the parties arising from the agreement.

2 The client bears the risk of not, incorrectly, late or not fully received by the contractor of its communications.

3 Insofar as uncertainty arises about the content of the assignment given and its acceptance, the activities performed by the contractor will be deemed to have been carried out in accordance with the content of the assignment.

4 The client will timely provide the connection options for the energy required for the work and the testing thereof. The costs of the required energy are at the expense of the client.

5 The contractor reserves the right to carry out more work than stated in the order or in the acceptance thereof and to charge it to the client, if these work are in the interest of the client and (or) of the good. execution of the assignment. The client will be informed of the execution of these additional activities within a reasonable time.

6 The contractor will cooperate within reasonable limits with changes to the assignment, if and insofar as the content of the performance to be delivered does not differ materially from the originally agreed performance.

1 The contractor always has the right, without any notice of default or judicial intervention being required, to terminate the agreement if the client is in a state of bankruptcy, or has applied for a moratorium, if he leaves payable debts unpaid, is going to liquidate or moves his permanent residence or place of business to a place outside the Netherlands.