General Terms And Conditions
General terms of Maxilite Wheels Inc.
Our general terms define the contractual duties of Maxilite Wheels Inc. and itís customers. Different terms of our customers are not valid.
The following terms are valid for all contracts, deliveries and other business issues. All additions need to be agreed with Maxilite Wheels Inc. and need to be done in writing. Maxilite Wheels Inc. reserves the right to alter the general terms. Orders received previous to changing of the general terms are being dealt with considering the former general terms.
The order of a customer is a binding one. Maxilite Wheels Inc. has the right to accept this order within 2 weeks delivering the goods or sending an order confirmation.
Change of price or product, deliveries
Prices are fixed prices according to the prices communicated in our website. Prices do not include sales tax and transport cost. Maxilite Wheels Inc. reserves the right to refuse orders and to refrain from sending the ordered goods if they are not available. In these cases we will inform you as soon as possible and send back the money.
Delivery of the ordered products will be made using appropriate packaging. Maxilite Wheels Inc. reserves the right to do partial shipments.
Goods that are on stock will be sent with 1-3 working days after receiving the payment of the customer. In case goods are not on stock, Maxilite Wheels Inc. tries to deliver them as quickly as possible.
Owner of goods
All goods delivered will remain property of Maxilite Wheels Inc. until they are fully paid by the customer.
Court of jurisdiction
Court of jurisdiction ist the court in Zurich, Switzerland. Maxilite has the right to sue at the court responsible for the purchaser.
The laws of Switzerland are applicable, overruling all bi- and/or multilateral agreements concerning the sale or purchase of goods, especially the UN-rules concerning internationalsales from April 11th, 1980 (CISG).
If one or more parts of the general terms are not valid, the validity of the other parts is not being affected. Parts of the general terms which are not valid will be superceded by the appropriate laws of Switzerland
Status February 2016