Our goods, sold ex-works or carriage paid, travel at the risk of the recipient.
Our delivery times are given as an indication only.
In the event of damage occurring during transport, when the goods are not delivered by us, it is the responsibility of the consignee to exercise all recourse against the carriers, in accordance with Articles 105 and 106 of the Commercial Code.
However, if we deliver the goods ourselves, complaints must be made upon delivery.
Our goods being perishable will be approved on arrival whatever the mode of transport, the unloading being worth approval: no complaint could thus be admitted later.
Payment of our invoices is due within 30 days of delivery, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
Any sum not paid on the due date will give rise to the payment by the customer of penalties fixed at three times the legal interest rate in force on the due date indicated on the invoice. These penalties are payable by operation of law.
In accordance with articles L.441-6 and D.441-5 of the Commercial Code, any delay in payment automatically entails, in addition to late payment penalties, an obligation for the debtor to pay a fixed indemnity of 40 € for collection costs.
An additional indemnity may be claimed, upon justification, when the collection costs are higher than the amount of the fixed indemnity.
Non-payment of any due date shall automatically result in the payment of the entire outstanding balance and the suspension of deliveries.
No discount will be granted for early payment.
Any dispute will be under the jurisdiction of the Commercial Court of BREST, even in case of multiple defendants or appeal in guarantee.
The present sale is concluded with reserve of property to the profit of the salesman. It is agreed between the parties that the transfer of ownership to the buyer is subject to full payment of the price.
In the event of total or partial non-payment of the price and its accessories on the agreed due date for any reason and at any price whatsoever, the seller is already authorized by the buyer to proceed with an inventory of all the goods belonging to him, either in a contradictory manner, or by being assisted by a bailiff.