Terms & Conditions

As an entrepreneur, you regularly enter into contracts (sometimes daily). To avoid having to discuss / record all aspects of the collaboration with your contracting party, you can apply general terms and conditions. In the general terms and conditions, you determine the rules that apply to the implementation of agreements. This includes the delivery period, payment conditions and the method of cancellation.

Drawing up terms and conditions

Dutch law excludes the applicability of the entire general terms and conditions or certain stipulations under certain circumstances. This is the case, for example, if a clause is particularly unreasonable in relation to the other party. It is therefore important that you receive professional advice when drawing up the general terms and conditions, so that your interests are guaranteed to the maximum and the applicability of the general terms and conditions are safeguarded.

In view of the importance of general terms and conditions in your day-to-day business operations, it is also necessary that the terms and conditions used match the current situation of your company. GMW lawyers is happy to advise you on the drafting of new general terms and conditions and on updating the existing ones. Please contact us to discuss your situation.

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