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Before or when concluding purchase agreements, it is crucial to record the applicable agreements in general delivery, sales and payment conditions. These general terms and conditions, in addition to core agreements such as the price, are part of the total package of sales agreements. Good general terms and conditions give you protection and create clarity for all parties.
Good general terms and conditions can also prevent many payment problems. For example, the provisions relating to payment ensure that it is clear how invoices are issued, what payment term is used and in what way payment must be made. And whether you can deviate from this during the execution of the contract. With these clear payment agreements, the chance of unpaid invoices is much smaller.
In addition, general terms and conditions usually include provisions on guarantees, retention of title and how customers can lodge complaints. These provisions help to avoid discussions and legal conflicts with customers.
General terms and conditions are important to:
We have a tailor-made, client-specific approach for drawing up (international) general terms and conditions specialised for your sector. And if, for example, you are using sector conditions, but you want to deviate from them on certain points, we can help you further. Often you already use general conditions, but they are outdated or you have drafted them yourself using examples found in the market. The question is whether you have the right conditions to do business in a fully protected way. We would like to help you. Below is how we go about this.
You will receive a questionnaire from us. It contains a number of specific issues and asks you how you deal with them or wish to deal with them. When we receive the completed questionnaire, we will study it, as well as your website and your products. Subsequently, an intake interview will take place.
During an intake, we look at the characteristics of your company, your products (and/or services), your customers, the countries in which you do business, etc. And we look at what wishes and requirements you have. During the intake we discuss the following subjects, among others:
On the basis of the intake, we will provide you with a proposal without obligation for drawing up your general terms and conditions, including translations and harmonisation with, for example, local legislation in force.
When you accept this proposal, we will prepare a draft of the general terms and conditions, which we will discuss with you.
After this discussion, we will finalise the terms and conditions, translate them into the required languages and adapt them to the local legislation in force.
In addition to a set of general terms and conditions, you will receive an explanation and instruction on the application of general terms and conditions in your sales funnel and commercial papers. It is of course important that you know how to use these general terms and conditions in order for them to be applicable and which other matters you should pay attention to when using your general terms and conditions.
Aftercare means that in case of future disputes or when you need advice in connection with your general terms and conditions, you can always contact us for a free treatment of your issue. We will also help you free of charge when adapting your general terms and conditions as a result of minor future changes in your business operations.
In the fashion, interior, carpet and textile industry, the MODINT Terms and Conditions are a concept.
The MODINT Terms and Conditions, which have been coordinated with Mitex and the retail service organisations Intres and Euretco, enjoy the widest possible acceptance in the market and therefore offer the best basis for doing business in the entire textile and clothing sector. The MODINT Terms and Conditions meet the need for a balanced distribution of risks between supplier and customer and offer you, as a supplier, the necessary flexibility.
The MODINT Terms and Conditions promote clarity, trade efficiency and the legal certainty of buyers and sellers.
Before outsourcing your production, it is good to realise that the manufacture of clothing is subject to an enormous amount of legislation, technical requirements and standardisation in various countries where your products are destined. Moreover, sustainability (corporate responsibility and sustainability) is playing an increasingly important role.
Modint, the entrepreneurial organisation, is the global authority when it comes to safety & compliance, sustainability and quality management. They also know everything about sourcing, trade policy issues and customs matters.
One of the important parts of buying & production manual management, are the applicable conditions. Not only the technical specs and safety, compliance and quality management issues, but also your legal position in this respect. And in relation to other important issues, you need to limit your rights and liabilities as much as possible.
We would be pleased to help you, together with Modint, to draw up the best possible terms and conditions.
Large(er) customers often demand that you accept their purchasing conditions. Not only does any credit insurer not agree to this in principle, but you often undermine your own legal position and agree to all kinds of obligations that are more difficult to comply with and which are also subject to all kinds of penalty clauses. Moreover, it happens regularly that a buyer with purchase conditions can unilaterally change the order completely until shortly before delivery (thus also: cancel it). Before you agree to this, it is a good idea to have these purchasing conditions checked by us. We will then let you know exactly where your risks lie. And whether the conditions will eventually be accepted by a credit insurer. We charge a low fixed price for this.
Do you use general terms and conditions? Then keep in mind that general terms and conditions quickly become outdated. Nothing is as changeable as legislation, and there are probably changes within your company as well. That is why it is important to update your general terms and conditions regularly. That way, risks are limited.
Are you curious whether your current set of general terms and conditions still suits your business operations and whether they are still in line with the latest legislation? Have your general terms and conditions assessed and do the quickscan.
Send us your general terms and conditions. Within 5 days you will receive an analysis of your terms and conditions. We will let you know which provisions are no longer up to date and what risks you are running with your current set of general terms and conditions.
Does the quick scan show that a number of provisions are outdated or that important provisions are missing? Then we can adjust or draw up these provisions for you. We will then ensure that your general terms and conditions are fully in line with your business operations again.
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