Planty Gardening general terms and conditions
De Streekweg 24, Den Andel, The Netherlands.
Chamber of Commerce no. 75259974
VAT no. NL860212208B01
4. Trial period / Right of withdrawal
- items that are manufactured according to the specifications of the customer, for example custom-made, or having a clear personal nature.
- for goods or services that by their nature cannot be returned, for example e-books or other digital downloads.
- for pallets and bags of MM-mix, vermiculite and compost. This is not at our discretion but has to do with the RHP regulations regarding substrates and potting soils.
5. Data management
7.2 Upon acceptance of a non-binding offer by the customer, Planty Gardening reserves the right to revoke or reject the offer within 3 working days of receiving that acceptance.
7.3 Verbal commitments are binding for Planty Gardening only after they have been explicitly confirmed in writing.
7.4 Offers from Planty Gardening do not automatically apply to repeat orders.
7.5 Planty Gardening cannot be held to an offer if the customer should have reasonably understood that the offer, or any part thereof, contained an obvious mistake or error.
7.6 Additions, changes and/or further agreements are only effective if agreed in writing.
8.2 Planty Gardening reserves the right not to accept orders or assignments without giving a reason or to accept them only on the condition that they are sent after advance payment.
9. Images and specifications
10. Force majeure
12. Retention of title
12.5 If third parties seize the goods delivered that are subject to retention of title or wish to establish or assert rights to them, the customer is obliged to inform Planty Gardening of this as soon as may reasonably be expected.
13. One-time collection
14. Applicable law / jurisdiction
14.2 Disputes arising from an agreement between Planty Gardening and the customer, which cannot be resolved by mutual consultations, will be heard by the competent court within the district of Groningen, the Netherlands, unless Planty Gardening prefers to submit the dispute to the competent court in the customer's place of residence, with the exception of those disputes that fall under the jurisdiction of the subdistrict court judge.