GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS − FIT GLOBAL B.V.
For the interpretation and execution of the Agreement, the words stated below, regardless of whether they are used in
the singular or plural shall have the meanings stated thereafter, insofar as a different meaning is not expressly assigned
to it in these general terms and conditions or in the Agreement;
» Agreement: any verbal or written agreement concluded between FIT and the Other Party, any change or supplement thereto and all (legal) acts in preparation and execution of that agreement.
» Party: FIT or the Other Party individually.
» Parties: FIT and the Other Party together.
» Product: all activities that FIT performs and/or delivers in the execution of the Agreement, including (but not limited to) the subscription service and any consultancy service.
» Other Party: the Party that enters into an Agreement with FIT or to whom FIT has made a quotation, and where the context requires it, “Other Party” will also be any individual of the party who uses the Product of FIT on behalf of the party and/or its affiliates, including subcontractors.
» FIT: the private company with limited liability FIT Global B.V., a company having its address at Koopvaardijweg no. 2, (4906 CV) Oosterhout; registered in the Trade Registry of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce with the number: 20128264.
» Product A software solution of FIT like FIT-Rent, FIT-Service, etc.
1. When are these general terms and conditions applicable?
1.2 These general terms and conditions apply to all offers, tenders, and quotations of FIT, and to all Agreements
concluded between FIT and the Other Party.
1.2 The applicability of any general conditions of the Other Party is hereby expressly rejected. Deviations from or
additions to these general conditions will only be binding if expressly confirmed in writing by FIT and relate only to
(the part of) the Agreement in respect of which such acceptance has taken place.
1.3 If at any time one or more provisions of these general conditions become void or voidable, whether in part or
in full, the rest of these general conditions remain in place. In this event, FIT and the Other Party will agree on the
replacement of the void or voidable provisions by new provisions, while retaining the purpose and scope of the
original provisions as much as possible.
1.4 If FIT does not always insist on the strict observance of these general conditions, this does not mean that the
provisions concerned have become inapplicable or that, in other cases, FIT has in any way relinquished the right
to insist on the strict observance of the provisions of these general conditions.
2. Quotations and offers (“offer”)
2.1 The nature and scope of the Agreement is determined by the description of the Product included in the offer.
2.2 All offers of FIT are without obligation unless an acceptance period has been stipulated in the offer. This means that FIT has the right to change the terms of the offer. Therefore, the Other Party cannot derive any rights from an offer. An offer shall be null and void if the Product or products to which the offer pertains is no longer available in the meantime.
2.3 FIT cannot be held to its offers, if that offer or a part of the offer, contains an obvious mistake or clerical error.
2.4 Previously submitted offers do not automatically apply to future Agreements.
2.5 A composite price statement does not oblige FIT to perform part of the activities at a corresponding proportion of the stated price.
2.6 FIT is at all times entitled to increase the agreed price without the Other Party being entitled to terminate the Agreement for that reason if that price increase arises from a power or obligation under the law or regulations or is the result of a price increase in the product or other grounds that were not reasonably foreseeable when entering into the Agreement.
2.7 Unless expressly stated otherwise, all quoted amounts are exclusive VAT and other government-imposed
product or service-specific levies, unless expressly stated otherwise. All amounts quoted are in euros.
3.1 An Agreement between Parties (or amendments and/or adjustments) is only concluded if (I) the Other Party unconditionally accepts an offer from FIT, or (II) if FIT confirms the Agreement in writing, or (III) if FIT has fully or partially executed the Agreement.
3.2 FIT is entitled – upon or after entering into the Agreement and before (further) delivery – to demand sufficient security from the Other Party that both the payment obligation and any other obligations will be complied with. FIT can therefore request a down payment on the invoice amount. Refusal by the Other Party to provide the required security gives FIT the right to refuse the (further) execution of the Agreement.
4. Obligations of the other party
4.1 The Other Party must ensure that all data and documents, of which FIT has indicated that these are necessary for the correct and timely execution of the agreed work, or of which the Other Party should understand that these are necessary, will be made available to FIT in time. The Other Party is in any case always obliged to communicate its current contact details to FIT.
4.2 The Other Party is responsible for the correctness, completeness and reliability of the data and documents made available to FIT, even if these come from or via third parties.
4.3 If necessary, the Other Party grants FIT free access and/or passage to the (physical or digital) location where the Agreement is executed. This includes, among other things, the Other Party’s obligation to provide FIT with any necessary passwords or access for or to the digital location where the Agreement is being executed.
4.4 If the Other Party has not, not timely or not adequately fulfilled its obligations as referred to in this article, then FIT is entitled to suspend the performance of the Agreement until the moment the Other Party fulfills its obligations. If FIT must incur costs as a result, these costs will be borne by the Other Party. In that case, these costs will be charged by FIT to the Other Party based on actual costs.
4.5 The Other Party will:
» use the Product only for legal purposes;
» not use the Product to receive, store or transfer data, documents or information that can be (somewhat) regarded as obscene, threatening, discriminating, insulting, defamatory or otherwise negative;
» do not receive, store or transfer any data, documents or information in use of the Product that violates
confidentiality or violates public order;
» not receive, store or transfer any data, documents or information that violates the intellectual property rights of third parties when using the Product;
» not transfer viruses to FIT or third parties;
» ensure that an adequate and up-to-date anti-virus program (incl. Firewall) is installed on every device that provides access to the Product;
» not use automated data or software to extract data, documents or information from the Product of FIT, unless the Other Party has obtained explicit written permission from FIT in advance.
4.6 The Other Party is not authorized to sell, transfer, pledge or otherwise dispose of the rights and obligations that he/she has under the Agreement to a third party. If the Other Party wants to provide a third party (for example an agency) with access to his/her account, the Other Party must request (prior) written permission from FIT. FIT can attach additional conditions to this access, for example by concluding an (additional) agreement. In any case the Other Party will always be responsible for the acts and omissions of this third party as if such act or omissions were committed by the Other Party himself/herself.
4.7 The Other Party will never (let) remove or circumvent technical provisions that are intended to protect the FIT- software. FIT is always entitled to take technical measures against unlawful use and/or against use in another way or for other purposes than agreed between the Parties.
5. License for the use of the product
5.1 FIT grants the Other Party a limited, non-exclusive, revocable, and non-transferable license for the use of the Products during the term of the Agreement for the number of end-users agreed on. Optional Product are not included in the license unless otherwise agreed in writing.
5.2 The Other Party may only use the license for the Product for the purpose for which the license is intended, which is defined as such in the Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “the Scope”). For any use outside the Scope, as well as any exceeding of the agreed limit of use of the Product, the Other Party is deemed to have entered into a new, separate Agreement with FIT, for which the associated costs will be charged separately on the basis of subsequent calculation. FIT has the right to charge the aforementioned costs directly to the Other Party; earlier than and separately from the recurring invoice.
5.3 The Other Party is expressly not allowed to perform the following actions:
» Making changes to the Product or making derivative works of the Product;
» Providing access for themselves or for third parties to parts for which has not been granted access by FIT and/or the application of reverse engineering. The latter is understood to mean unraveling the system behind the Product in order to find out the internal functioning thereof;
» Resale the Product to third parties, (otherwise) give third parties the opportunity to use the Product and/or make the Product available to third parties (whether or not free of charge), other than as referred to in the Agreement.
» Sending spam through the Product. Spam is a collective term for unwanted messages, advertising messages and/or unsolicited e-mail that are sent in large quantities with the same (often worthless) content. The Other Party guarantees that he/she will not send spam via the Product and acknowledges that sending Spam via the Product constitutes a material breach of the obligations under the Agreement and these general terms and conditions, for which termination of the Agreement by FIT is justified. In that case, the Other Party can also be immediately suspended from his/her user account, whereby the Other Party is not entitled to a refund of the fees already paid and/or agreed due.
5.4 The Other Party is responsible for all activities that take place regarding the use of the Product or in his/her user account. The Other Party undertakes to act in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations related to the Product. FIT wishes to explicitly state that it is the responsibility of the Other Party to act (but not limited) in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations.
5.5 The Other Party is responsible for purchasing and maintaining the equipment and supporting products and/or services required to connect to, access, or otherwise use the Product. This includes, but is not limited to, modems, hardware, servers, software operating system, networks, web servers, and other similar equipment and supports. The Other Party is also responsible for the security of the aforementioned equipment and supporting products and/ or services, the accounts of the Product, the passwords, the documents, and the use of the user account. The latter also applies if this is done without the Other Party’s knowledge.
6. Execution of the agreement
6.1 FIT does not hold any legal interest in the Other Party’s company and will not acquire any legal interest in the Other Party’s company.
6.2 All work performed by FIT in the execution of the Agreement is performed to the best of its knowledge and
ability. FIT obligation relates to a best effort’s obligation.
6.3 FIT determines the way the Agreement is executed, while considering the requirements that the Other Party has made to this. FIT reserves the right to replace persons and/or employees involved in the execution of the Agreement.
6.4 Specified deadlines for the execution of the Agreement or for the delivery of certain items are indicative and
are never strict deadlines. If a term is exceeded, the Other Party must declare FIT in default in writing.
6.5 Unless agreed otherwise in writing, the work of FIT never includes performing tests, applying for permits, and assessing whether the Other Party’s instructions comply with legal standards.
6.6 FIT shall be permitted to audit the usage of the FIT Products at least once annually, which may include on-site and/or remote audits. The Other Party shall cooperate reasonably in the conduct of such audits. In the event, an audit reveals that (I) the Other Party underpaid license fees and/or FIT support fees to FIT and/or (II) that the Other Party has used the Products in excess of the license quantities or levels stated in the Agreement, the Other Party shall pay such underpaid fees and/or for such excess usage based on the then current FIT price list and terms and conditions in effect and the reasonable cost of the audit. Subsequently the Agreement will be modified accordingly.
6.7 FIT reserves all of its rights at law or in equity with respect to both the Other Party’s underpayment of license fees or FIT support fees and usage in excess of the license quantities or levels.
6.8 FIT has the right to engage (and have work done by) third parties.
6.9 FIT reserves the right, if and to the extent necessary, to temporarily disable the Product for the purpose of (planned or urgent) maintenance, adjustment or improvement of the Product or for any other reason. In principle, FIT will have such a decommissioning take place outside office hours as much as possible and will notify the Other Party in time of a planned decommissioning. Due to any decommissioning of the Product, FIT will never be obliged to pay any compensation to the Other Party.
6.10 If during the execution of the Agreement it appears that the work to be done must be amended or supplemented to ensure the proper execution of the Agreement, Parties will timely and in mutual consultation amend the Agreement accordingly.
6.11 If the Parties agree that the Agreement will be amended or supplemented, the time of delivery may be
affected. FIT will inform the Other Party as soon as possible.
6.12 An amendment and/or supplement to the Agreement may have financial and/or qualitative consequences.
6.13 If the Other Party continues to use the Product of FIT after he/she has been informed about a change in the general terms and conditions or in the Agreement, the Other Party is deemed to have accepted these changes as part of the Agreement.
7. Termination, suspension, and dissolution
7.1 The Agreement shall become effective as of the date set forth in the Agreement and shall continue in effect thereafter unless the Agreement is terminated. Agreements can be terminated by each Party at any time by the end of the current term of the Agreement with due observance of a notice period of thirty (30) days.
7.2 FIT is authorized to suspend its obligations, including the license for the Product, or to dissolve the Agreement without any obligation to pay any damages, loss or costs, if:
» The Other Party does not, not fully or not timely fulfil its obligations under the Agreement; or
» FIT becomes, after the conclusion of the Agreement, aware of circumstances that give good ground to fear that
the Other Party will not fulfil its obligations; or
» A delay on the part of the Other Party is of such nature that FIT can no longer be expected to fulfil its originally
agreed obligations under the Agreement; or
» The Other Party refuses to provide the required security for the fulfillment of its obligations under the Agreement.
By virtue of default, the Other Party shall be held to pay damages or compensation to FIT and is liable for any damages (including costs) arising directly or indirectly on the part of FIT as a result.
7.3 FIT is always entitled to refuse or terminate an Agreement, or an amendment thereto, if the Agreement conflicts with a statutory provision or regulation. FIT may also refuse or terminate an Agreement if, in its opinion, the Agreement could damage the interests or reputation of its business.
7.4 In case of dissolution, any outstanding invoices or claims in the name of the Other Party shall be immediately due and payable.
7.5 In case of liquidation, (application for) suspension of payment or bankruptcy, seizure on behalf of the Other Party, debt restructuring or any other circumstances that prevents the Other Party to freely dispose of his/her capital, FIT is entitled to terminate or cancel the Agreement with immediate effect, without any obligation for FIT to pay any damages or compensation. In that case, any outstanding invoices or claims in the name of the Other Party shall be immediately due and payable.
7.6 FIT is always entitled to refuse or terminate an Agreement, or an amendment thereto, if the Agreement conflicts with a statutory provision or regulation. FIT may also refuse or terminate an Agreement if, in its opinion, the Agreement could damage the interests or reputation of its business.
7.7 In case of dissolution, any outstanding invoices or claims in the name of the Other Party shall be immediately due and payable.
7.8 In case of liquidation, (application for) suspension of payment or bankruptcy, seizure on behalf of the Other Party, debt restructuring or any other circumstances that prevents the Other Party to freely dispose of his/her capital, FIT is entitled to terminate or cancel the Agreement with immediate effect, without any obligation for FIT to pay any damages or compensation. In that case, any outstanding invoices or claims in the name of the Other Party shall be immediately due and payable.
8.1 If the Other Party cancels an assignment fully or partially within 30 days before the start of the (execution of the) Agreement, FIT is allowed, regardless of the cause of such cancellation, to charge 100% of the license fees.
8.2 The cancellation date is the date on which FIT received the written cancellation.
8.3 The administration of FIT is leading for the determination of the costs incurred and the associated cancellation date.
9. Force majeure
9.1 FIT is not obliged to fulfill any obligation to the Other Party in case there is a force majeure (article 6:75 of the
Dutch Civil Code).
9.2 In addition to what is included in law and jurisprudence, force majeure shall mean all external causes either foreseen or unforeseen, which FIT cannot influence however which prevents FIT to meet its obligations under the Agreement. Such situations include any strikes within FIT or third parties, as well as the situation that a performance of a supplier of FIT is not, not timely or not sufficient delivered to FIT by the supplier or the Other Party. This also includes the situation that FIT is prevented from fulfil any obligation as a result of government measures (including measures related to the fight against a pandemic or crisis). FIT is also entitled to invoke force majeure if the circumstance preventing (further) compliance occurs after FIT should have met its obligations.
9.3 FIT is entitled to suspend its contractual obligations during the period of force majeure. If the period of force majeure lasts for longer than three (3) months, either party shall be entitled to dissolve the Agreement without being obliged to pay any compensation for damages to the Other Party.
9.4 Insofar FIT, at the time the force majeure commences, has meanwhile partly fulfilled its obligations by virtue of the Agreement, or shall be able to do so, and the fulfilled part and/or the part to be fulfilled represents an independent value, FIT is entitled to separately invoice the part that has already been fulfilled and/or is yet to be fulfilled. The Other Party is obliged to pay that invoice as though it were for a separate agreement.
10.1 The account information provided to the Other Party by or on behalf of FIT is confidential and will be treated as such by the Other Party. The Other Party is responsible for creating a confidential password and for keeping it confidential. The Other Party must regularly change the password he/she has created, in any event if and insofar as this password may have become known a third party.
10.2 The Other Party is obliged to immediately report (the suspicion of) unauthorized use to FIT.
11. Compensation and payment
11.1 Unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing, payment must be made within 30 days from the date of invoice, in a manner indicated by FIT and in the currency stated in the invoice. The (periodical) license fee has to be paid by the Other Party to FIT directly at the commencement of the Agreement.
11.2 In the event of additional costs, such as allowances or additional work, these costs will be charged on the basis of subsequent calculation.
11.3 FIT is entitled to execute the Agreement in different phases (partial deliveries). FIT may send invoices to the Other Party for the already executed partial deliveries. In the event of additional costs, these costs will be charged based on subsequent calculations.
11.4 If the Other Party fails to make (timely) payment, the Other Party shall be immediately in default as from the due date without prior notice or summons from FIT. Without prejudice to its other obligations, the Other Party owes interest on the outstanding amount (including collection costs) as from the due date of the invoice until the date of payment in full on an annual basis equal to a contractual interest rate of 4% per month. All reasonable judicial and extrajudicial costs made by FIT to obtain payment shall be borne by the Other Party, with a minimum of € 150,00.
11.5 FIT shall be entitled to use the payments made by the Other Party first to cover the costs, then to cover any interest that has fallen due, and finally to cover the principal sum and accrued interest. Payments made by the Other Party will be used by FIT in the settlement of the oldest due claims.
11.6 The Other Party is never entitled to set off the amount owed by it to FIT.
11.7 Objections to the invoiced amount or any other objection(s) shall never suspend the payment obligation of the Other Party.
12.1 Any liability of FIT remains at all times limited to the provisions as stated in these general terms and conditions.
12.2 FIT does not accept any liability for:
» incorrect and/or incomplete data or information provided (or entered) by or on behalf of the Other Party;
» the (temporary) inaccessibility of the Product or errors of the Product;
» the loss or inaccuracy of the data or the loss of business;
» the manner in which the Product is used by the user or third parties;
» the purchase of substitute goods, services or technology;
» circumstances beyond the control of FIT.
FIT is not liable for damage, of whatever nature, caused by FIT based on incorrect and/or incomplete data provided by or on behalf of the Other Party or because FIT has not correctly entered the data supplied by the Other Party into the FIT software.
12.3 FIT is not liable for damage, of whatever nature, arising as a result of a “bug” that only arises through the passage of time, such as a “bug” as a result of a change of date or otherwise.
12.4 The Other Party must install the necessary (auxiliary) software on his/her own equipment in order to be able to use and continue to use the FIT-software. FIT is never liable for damage suffered by the Other Party because his/her own equipment does not function properly or is compatible with the FIT-software.
12.5 The liability of FIT is always limited to the amount that its insurer pays in that case, or if no payment of the insurance takes place, up to a maximum of the invoiced amount over the last two calendar months (pro rata) in respect of the part of the Agreement to which the liability relates.
12.6 If liability is assumed, FIT is only liable for direct damage. This includes: (1) the reasonable costs to determine the cause and extent of the damage; (2) if applicable, the reasonable costs incurred to resolve the defective performance of FIT, insofar as this is attributable to FIT, and (3) the reasonable costs incurred to prevent or limit the damage. The Other Party must then be able to demonstrate that these costs have led to a limitation of the direct damage.
12.7 FIT is never liable for indirect damage. This includes, among other things: consequential damage or loss, lost
profit and damage or loss because of business stagnation.
12.8 The limitation of liability as set out in these general conditions shall not apply if the damage is due to intent or gross negligence on the part of FIT.
13.1 The Other Party indemnifies FIT, and the third parties engaged by FIT, against any liabilities towards third parties who suffer damage as a result of the execution of the Agreement. This indemnification also applies to intellectual property that may be based on data, documents, or information supplied by the Other Party.
13.2 The Other Party guarantees to FIT that the information carriers, electronic files, software, and other similar files are free of viruses and defects and indemnifies FIT for any liability for damage resulting from the use of these information carriers, electronic files, software, and other similar files.
13.3 If the Other Party uses or applies any result obtained from FIT or gives third parties the opportunity to use or apply these, the Other Party indemnifies FIT for any liability as a result of damage claimed by the Other Party and/ or third parties.
14. Obligation to investigate and complaints
14.1 The Other Party is bound to investigate or to have investigated the delivered Product and Product immediately at the time they are made available to him/her. In doing so the Other Party should ascertain whether the quality and/or quantity of the delivered Product comply with the Agreement(s) and comply with the requirements agreed by the Parties in that respect. Any defects should be reported in writing to FIT within 7 days of delivery. The Other Party needs to provide FIT with the opportunity to investigate a complaint.
14.2 For the application of this article, each partial delivery must be regarded as a separate delivery.
14.3 If it is determined that the delivered Product(s) is deficient, and the complaint was timely filed, FIT will repair or replace the deficient Product(s) within reasonable time after receiving a written notification of the defect by the Other Party.
14.4 The submission of complaints will never release the Other Party from its purchase and payment obligation towards FIT.
14.5 In the event of late notification of the complaint, the Other Party will no longer be entitled to repair, replacement
or any other compensation.
14.6 The limitation period for all claims and defenses against FIT and third parties engaged by FIT in the execution of an Agreement, that do not fall within the scope of the duty to complain, is one year.
15. Intellectual property rights
15.1 The Agreement never aims to transfer or sell any intellectual property rights on the Product to the Other Party. The Other Party acknowledges that he/she will not acquire any intellectual property rights in the Product and that he/she has no intellectual property rights in the Product other than the rights to use the Product under the license referred to in article 5 of these general terms and conditions.
15.2 All intellectual property rights that arise during the performance of the Agreement belong to FIT and may not be used or reproduced without prior permission from FIT, unless expressly otherwise agreed. The Other Party may not make it available other than for the purpose for which it was provided by FIT.
15.3 FIT reserves the rights and powers that belong to FIT based on the Dutch Copyright Act and the Neighboring Rights Act (“Auteurswet en de Wet op de naburige rechten”) and other intellectual property rights. FIT therefore always retains all rights including but not limited to its source and object codes, software, plans, documents, images, ideas, concepts, drawings, illustration, photographs, animations, websites and/or related information and “know-how” written bij FIT, even if costs have been charged. Insofar as such an intellectual property right can only be obtained by deposit or registration, only FIT is authorized to do so, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
15.4 The Other Party is not permitted to remove or change any designation concerning copyrights, brands, trade names or other intellectual property rights from the Product or materials supplied.
15.5 During the term of the Agreement, FIT has the right to publish the name and logo of the Other Party on its website and in communication and marketing materials as a user of the Product.
16.1 During the period of the Agreement, and for an indefinite period after its’ termination, independent of the reason of termination, and without considering whether the intended deliverables of the Agreement have been realized or not, and without receiving the prior written approval from each other, the Parties accept, declare and commit to the following.
16.2 Parties will not disclose to third parties, will not make available to be accessed by third parties, will not spread and publish, and will keep as confidential all kinds of confidential information obtained/to be obtained during and relevant to the performance of the Agreement, including but not limited to commercial secrets, know-how, all kinds of written or verbal information, printed documents or documents in electronic format.
16.3 Neither Party shall use the name of the other Party in publicity, advertising, or similar activity, without the prior written consent of the other.
16.4 The obligations of confidence under this clause shall not apply to information that a receiving party can
» was previously known by the receiving party without any obligation to hold it in confidence;
» is independently developed by the receiving party without the use of confidential information of the disclosing
» is or becomes available to the public through no breach of the Agreement by the receiving party;
» is approved for release by written authorization of the disclosing party, but only to the extent of and subject to such conditions as may be imposed in such written authorization;
» is required to be disclosed by law, regulations or the listing requirements of an internationally recognized electronic stock trading system to be disclosed, but only to the extent and for the purposes of such required disclosure;
» is required to be disclosed by a valid order of a court or other governmental body, but only to the extent of and for the purposes of such order; provided, however, that the receiving party must use its reasonable efforts to notify the disclosing party in advance of such required disclosure;
» is lawfully received, without restriction, against disclosure, from a third party free to disclose such information.
» is lawfully received, without restriction, against disclosure, from a third party free to disclose such information.
17. General Data Protection Policy
17.1 FIT is familiar with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and takes this into account when processing the personal data of the Other Party. No personal data is shared with third parties, unless (i) this is necessary for the proper execution of the Agreement; or (ii) FIT has a legal obligation to share the (personal) data; or (iii) FIT has received explicit permission for this from the Other Party; or (iv) if one of the other legal grounds for the processing of personal data applies. If the Other Party decides to provide third-party personal data to FIT, the Other Party must ensure an appropriate processor agreement that meets the requirements as set out in the GDPR.
17.2 FIT is entitled to access the Other Party’s data, insofar as this is required for the provision of the Product, and for any other purpose for which such access is reasonably deemed necessary by FIT.
17.3 The Other Party grants FIT permission to study and use the data the Other Party uses in the Product to develop better algorithms for the Product and for additional Product, products and/or features developed by FIT. The aforementioned data will never be used or applied by FIT in the algorithms and will never be disclosed to third parties. The said permission is granted solely for the purpose of being able to provide and improve the Product, and for other purposes deemed reasonably necessary by FIT.
18. Governing law and disputes
18.1 Dutch law is applicable to each and every Agreement and any other legal relationships with FIT.
18.2 Any dispute about these general conditions and/or the Agreement is subject to the judgment of the competent Dutch court in the residence of FIT, unless otherwise prescribed by mandatory law.
18.3 The Parties initiate court proceedings only if they have done their utmost to resolve the dispute by mutual consultation
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