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Contract

CONTRACT FOR INTERNATIONAL SALES

 

BETWEEN THE UNDERSIGNED:

The company GLOBAL INTERIOR DESIGN, whose headquarters are located at 5 rue d’Entraigues – 37000 Tours, exempt from registration under article L123-1-1 of the French Commercial Code, operating under Siret number 811 823 905, and represented by Mr Laurent Breuillac, in his capacity as director,

Hereinafter referred to as « the Vendor »,

party of the first part,

AND

The company …………………….., whose headquarters are located at ………………………….., represented by Mr/Ms ……………………………, in his/her capacity as ………………………….,

Hereinafter referred to as « the Buyer »,

party of the second part,

Hereinafter jointly referred to as the « Parties ».

THE FOLLOWING HAS BEEN AGREED AND DECIDED:

 

ARTICLE 1 – PURPOSE

The purpose of the present contract is to define the price and the terms of acquisition by the Client, of a « name of object sold » whose technical specifications are as follows:

− name: ……………………..
− origin: ………………………
− year: ………………………….
− composition / nature: …………………….
− artist / designer: …………………………..
− dimensions (length / width / height): ……………………………
− Other distinctive features: ……………………….

 

ARTICLE 2 – CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

The agreement between the Parties is completely and exclusively made up of the present contract.

The present contract states the entirety of the agreement concluded between the Parties. Its provisions cancel and replace any provisions contained in a document relating to the subject of the contract that may have been put in place before this present contract was signed.

 

ARTICLE 4 – TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP

The Vendor retains the ownership of the objects sold until full payment of the price, of the principal and other charges. In this respect, if the Buyer is in administration or compulsory liquidation, the Vendor retains the right to lay claim to, in relation to insolvency proceedings, any sold merchandise with payment outstanding.

 

ARTICLE 5 – PRICES AND FINANCIAL CONDITIONS

The prices of the merchandise sold are those applicable on the day the order is taken. They are drawn up in Euros and VAT is not applicable under article 293 of the French General Tax Code. However, carriage costs applicable on the day of the order will be added to the price of the merchandise stipulated in this present contract.

The Buyer agrees to pay the Vendor the sale price of the goods, which is set at ……………Euros including tax (write the amount of the sale price in words).

The Buyer agrees to pay the Vendor a deposit of 50% of the total invoice amount at the time of signing the present contract.

The outstanding balance due to the Vendor must be paid by the Buyer seven (7) days before the date on which the goods are to be dispatched.

Payment for orders made by the Buyer is by bank transfer only.

 

ARTICLE 6 – DELIVERY METHODS

The delivery of the merchandise takes place:

− either by direct receipt of the merchandise by the Buyer;
− or by sending a notice of readiness by mutual agreement between the Buyer and the Vendor;
− of at a location indicated by the Buyer on the purchase order.

Export of merchandise to a country outside of mainland France, including Overseas Departments and Territories, will be by sea or air.

The Vendor agrees to send the merchandise to the delivery location indicated by the Buyer at the moment of signing the present contract.

When shipping of the goods takes place by sea, the Vendor agrees to send the merchandise no later than six (6) weeks after the date on which the present sales contract was signed.

In the event that the Buyer places several consecutive orders relating to different goods requiring shipping by sea, the Vendor agrees to send the merchandise no later than six (6) weeks counting from the date of the last contract concluded between the Parties and corresponding to one shipment.

When shipping of the goods takes place by air, the Vendor agrees to send the merchandise no later than three (3) weeks after the date on which the present sales contract was signed.

The Buyer shall bear all carriage risks, whether shipping is by land, sea or air.

 

ARTICLE 7 – FORCE MAJEURE

The Vendor shall not be held liable if non-fulfilment or delay in fulfilment of one of its obligations described in the present sales contract is the result of force majeure. In this respect, force majeure shall mean any unforeseeable and uncontrollable external event under article 1148 of the French Civil Code.

ARTICLE 8 – GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION

Any dispute relating to the interpretation and fulfilment of the present contract is subject to French law.

Where no amicable solution can be found, the dispute shall be referred to the Paris Commercial Court (Tribunal de commerce).

This jurisdiction clause is freely and knowingly agreed to by the Buyer, who recognises the jurisdiction of French law in cases of dispute between the Parties in relation to the present contract.

Signed in ………………………, on …… / ….. / …….

In two (2) original copies.

For: Global Interior Design Company For: The company ………………….

By: Laurent Breuillac By: ………………….

Signature preceded by the words Signature preceded by the words
« read and approved » « read and approved »

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