When purchasing goods and services from Egersund Group * Norwegian sales laws are applied with the specifications found below.
*(Refering to these companies: Egersund Trading AS, Egersund Trål, Egersund Net, Egersund Herøy, Meloy Notbøteri and AS Fiskenett)
The offer is valid for 30 days from the date of the offer, unless otherwise is agreed. After that date, we reserve the right to waive the offer, regulate prices or releasing new prices.
2. Defects and complaints
Buyer is obliged to inspect the goods as soon as it is delivered. If the buyer discovers defects in the goods, the buyer shall immediately notify the seller.
Buyer shall in writing notify the defect within 2 - two - weeks after the defect has been found. The notification must contain a description of the defect or how it appears. If such notice is not sent within this time limit, the buyer lose his right complain.
Seller is not responsible for defects caused by materials buyer has acquired itself or for constructions and technical solutions that are prescribed or specified by the buyer.
Seller is not responsible for defects caused by improper use and installation or errors due to improper maintenance of the delivery.
Seller's liability for defects lapses if the buyer has carried out adjustments to the equipment, or if improper repairs have been carried out.
Deficiency responsibility does not apply to normal wear, damage and wear caused by extreme stress on the equipment.
Seller's liability for products or items in the product supplied by the seller's subcontractors, is limited to the liability the seller can invoke against their underdelivery suppliers.
Seller's liability is limited to defects that are notified within 1 - one - year from the date of delivery has been put at buyer's disposal. If the delivery has been used more intensively than normal for the delivered equipment, the one-year period is reduced corresponding to the increased utilization.
If a warranty complaint is made, a new 1-year warranty period is issued for the part that is corrected. For the rest of the delivery, the deadline of 1 year is extended by the period which the buyer has not been able to use the delivery as a result of the warranty claim.
If the buyer has made a warranty claim, and under the following work with the warranty claim it is found that no shortage exists, the seller is entitled to compensation for expenses seller has incurred as a result of the warranty claim.
3. Delayed delivery
If the seller can not deliver the goods on time, the buyer shall immediately be informed of the delay and the new delivery date. If the buyer accepts the delay, the new delivery date will be the correct delivery.
If the delay is due to seller's conditions, and the delay will result in definite drawbacks that the buyer has informed the seller, the buyer is entitled penalty (liquidated damages) for late delivery. The fine amounts to 0.5% of the purchase price for the whole or part of the goods the buyer can not utilize for each full week of delay. The fine is calculated from the day the buyer has submitted a written claim according to this provision, and the fine can not exceed 7.5% of the calculation basis.
Seller is not responsible for delay due to force majeure or other circumstances beyond the seller's control.
Seller's financial liability to the buyer for losses arising out of delayed delivery, as well as defects in the goods, are invariably limited to 7.5% of the contract purchase price.
5. Delayed payment
If the buyer exceed the payment deadline, the buyer is obliged to pay current interest on arrears.
6. Security for unpaid purchase
Seller has security in the the goods delivered until the purchase price, including interest and costs, have been paid in full.
If a dispute arises in the extension of an executed delivery agreement, the right legal venue is Eigersund Conciliation and Dalane District Court, 4370 Egersund.