Terms & Conditions - Dr. Jekill & Mr. Hyde

Dr. Jekill & Mr. Hyde Terms and

General sale and delivery terms and conditions of The Jekill and Hyde Company BV

Article 1 Definitions
1.1 1. 1 In this document "The Company" means The Jekill and Hyde Company BV, listed in the
Dutch Trade Register under number 12037048 or a company affiliated to it; "agreement"
refers to these General Sales Terms and Conditions, together with the relevant quotations or
order confirmations issued or agreements concluded by The Company, in which the terms
and conditions for the delivery of Goods and/or Services by The Company to the Client are
included; "Goods" refers to, inter alia, the products, materials, spare parts, design, tools,
equipment and all related documentation offered and provided by The Company; "Services";
means the services and all related or resulting products, services and results to be delivered
by The Company; and "Customer" refers to any person or legal entity entering into an
agreement with The Company.

Article 2 Applicability
2.1 These terms and conditions apply to all offers and/or agreements which The Company makes
to or enters into with a Client, as well as to the performance of the same.
2.2 These Sales Terms and Conditions shall apply to the exclusion of the general purchase
conditions used by the Client. Deviating conditions or provisions shall only apply if and
insofar as they have been expressly agreed in writing between The Company and the Client
for each separate agreement.
2.3 The Client with whom an agreement has once been concluded to which these General Sales
Terms and Conditions apply, agrees to the application of the General Sales Terms and
Conditions to all further agreements, unless otherwise agreed in writing.
Article 3 Offers, orders and agreements
3.1 All offers of The Company are without obligation. Orders and acceptances of offers by the
Client are irrevocable.
3.2 The Company shall only be obliged if it has confirmed the order in writing or has commenced
3.3 Any inaccuracies in The Company's order confirmation must be notified to The Company in
writing within 24 hours of the date of the order confirmation, otherwise the order
confirmation is deemed to accurately and completely reflect the agreement and the Client is
bound by it.
3.4 Changes to an order (other than correction of inaccuracies in the order confirmation) can be
communicated the same day until 00.00 (GMT +1) free of charge. Thereafter, the order will
be put into production and the Client shall owe an amount of EUR 100 to The Company for
modification of the order. Following delivery and to the extent that The Company arranges
transport after sending an order, an amount of EUR 200 will be charged by The Company to
the Client for returns (without any defects underlying the order).
3.5 Verbal promises or agreements by or with its personnel shall only be binding on The
Company if it has confirmed this in writing.
3.6 The Company has the right, at its own discretion, to engage one or more third parties for the
performance of the order.
3.7 These general terms and conditions shall fully apply to any amendments to the agreement.

Article 4 Data
4.1 The Client guarantees the correctness, completeness and reliability of the data and information
provided by it or on its behalf to The Company. The Company is not obliged to verify the
correctness, completeness or reliability of this data and information provided to it.
4.2 The Company will only be obliged to perform or further fulfil the order if the Client has provided
all data and information required by The Company.
4.3 If data necessary for the performance of the agreement is not available to The Company, or is
not available on time or in accordance with the agreements made, or if the Client fails to fulfil its
obligations in any other way, The Company shall also be entitled to charge the costs incurred as
a result in accordance with its usual rates.
4.4 If and as far as The Company suffers direct or indirect damage due to the fact that the data
and/or information provided by the Client is incorrect and/or incomplete, the Client shall be
obliged to compensate The Company in full for such damage.

Article 5 Conformity
5.1 The Company makes all declarations of quantities, quality, performance and/or other
properties relating to its Goods and Services with the greatest possible care. However, The
Company cannot guarantee that there will be no deviations in this respect. Upon acceptance
of the Goods or delivery of the Services, the Client must check that the Goods and Services
conform to the quantities, quality, performance and/or other properties stated by or agreed
with The Company.
5.2 Illustrations, descriptions, catalogues, brochures, advertising material, price lists and
information and offers displayed on the website are not binding on The Company.
5.3 Minor deviations in colour, purity and quality shall in no event be grounds for any complaint,
refusal to accept delivery or dissolution of the agreement or delay in payment of the price.
5.4 All technical requirements set by the Client for the Goods to be delivered, which deviate from
the normal requirements, must be explicitly reported by the Client when concluding the
5.5 If The Company has shown or provided a model, sample and/or example, this is presumed to
have been shown or provided as an indication only: the qualities of the Goods to be delivered
may deviate from the sample, model and/or example, unless The Company has explicitly
stated that delivery would be in accordance with the sample, model and/or example shown
or provided.
5.6 The Client is obliged to carefully examine the samples, models and/or examples received
from The Company, whether or not at The Company's request, for errors and defects and to
return them corrected or approved to The Company without delay.
5.7 Samples, models or examples which have been approved by the Client shall be binding for
the performance of the order and shall serve as confirmation that the work preceding the
samples, models or examples has been carried out properly and correctly. Products
manufactured and work carried out in accordance with approved samples, models and/or
examples cannot therefore constitute grounds for complaint.
5.8 The Client must ensure that the Goods and Services to be ordered and/or ordered by it
comply with all government regulations in the country of destination and are generally
suitable for the use intended by the Client. The use of the Goods and Services as well as the
conformity with the government regulations is at the risk of the Client.
5.9 The Client guarantees that it will only use the Goods and Services purchased from The
Company for the purpose for which The Company has sold the Goods and to do so with due
observance of and in accordance with the laws and regulations applicable to the Client and
its activities.
5.10 The Company complies with all applicable European, US, United Nations and national export
restrictions, prohibiting the sale of certain products and/or services to certain countries,
companies and/or persons. Compliance with these export restrictions can never constitute a
breach of contract on the part of The Company.
5.11 If The Client resells Goods and/or Services in any way, The Client shall undertake to strictly
comply with all export restrictions referred to in Article 5.10 in respect of such resells.

Article 6 Intellectual property
6.1 All copyrights, design rights, trademark rights, patent rights, semiconductor rights, portrait
rights, rights to non-original writings, domain name rights, trade secrets and other
(semi)intellectual property rights ("Intellectual Property") relating to Goods and Services
supplied, the design, preparatory material and the names thereof, and in respect of
everything The Company develops, designs, manufactures or provides, belong to and are
vested exclusively in The Company or its supplier. More specifically, The Company is the sole
owner and holder of the copyright that may arise on the works produced by it in the
performance of the agreement, even if the work in question is mentioned as a separate item
in the offer or on the invoice.
6.2 With regard to the Intellectual Property, the Client will only receive a non-exclusive, non-
transferable, non-pledgeable and non-sub-licensable right of use, limited to what is
necessary to use the Goods and obtain the result of the Services for the agreed purpose.
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, the Client is not permitted to reproduce, convert or
otherwise process content, materials or parts of Goods or Services.
6.3 Inasmuch as Intellectual Property can be obtained by filing or registration, only The
Company is authorised to do so.
6.4 In the event of a dispute between The Company and the Client regarding Intellectual
Property, The Company shall be presumed to be the rightful claimant, subject to evidence to
the contrary from the Client.
6.5 The goods to be delivered or supplied by The Company in accordance with its design, or a
substantial part thereof, may not be reproduced in the context of any production process
without The Company's written permission, even if or to the extent that they are not
protected by copyright or other legal protection.
6.6 The Company is not obliged to store the items referred to in the first paragraph of this article
for the Client. If The Company and the Client agree that these items will be stored by The
Company, this will take place for a maximum period of 1 year and without The Company
guaranteeing their suitability for repeated use.

Article 7 Prices
7.1 Prices quoted by The Company or agreed with The Company for all deliveries within and
outside Europe are Ex Works (Incoterms 2020) and exclusive of VAT and other government-
imposed levies, including import duties by any description, but including packaging costs,
unless agreed otherwise explicitly in writing.
7.2 If The Company assumes additional Services without an explicit price being set in the
agreement or it concerns an order within a scope set by The Company, The Company is
entitled to charge a reasonable fee for such services.
7.3 If after the offer and/or the conclusion of an agreement currency changes take place as a
result of which agreed prices in euros are higher, The Company is entitled to pass on this
increase to the Client and consequently there will be no reason to adjust the prices in
another currency.
7.4 If an assignment is to be carried out according to the Client's design, drawing or other
instructions, The Company shall be entitled to charge the Client a separate price for this.

Article 8 Delivery time and delivery
8.1 The delivery times quoted by and agreed with The Company are estimates and are not to be
regarded as deadlines. Exceeding the delivery time does not oblige The Company to pay
damages and does not give the Client the right not to fulfil or suspend its obligations arising
from the agreement. However, the Client shall be entitled to dissolve the agreement if and in
so far as The Company has not yet carried out the order within a reasonable term set by the
Client. In that case, The Company shall not owe any compensation.
8.2 The delivery time is based on the working conditions applicable at the time of the conclusion
of the agreement and on the timely delivery of the goods and/or services required by The
Company for the performance of the agreement. If a delay occurs as a result of a change in
working conditions and/or the late delivery of goods and/or services required by The
Company, the delivery time will be extended to the extent necessary.
8.3 The delivery time will be extended by the duration of the delay arising on the part of The
Company as a result of the Client's non-compliance with any obligation arising from the
agreement or the request for collaboration with regard to the performance of the agreement.
8.4 The Company delivers the Goods within and outside Europe DPU (Incoterms 2020). Within
Europe the shipping costs are at the expense of The Company, outside Europe the shipping
costs are at the expense of the Client.
8.5 The Company is authorised to execute an agreement in parts and to claim payment of the
part of the agreement that has been executed.

Article 9 Force majeure
9.1 If The Company is prevented from fulfilling the agreement due to force majeure, it is entitled
to suspend the performance of the agreement. In that case, the Client is not entitled to
compensation for damages, costs or interest.
9.2 Force majeure shall be understood to include: extreme weather conditions, fire, flooding,
accident, illness or strike of personnel, business interruption, stagnation in transport, power
failure, cyberterrorism or other types of cyber attacks, epidemic or pandemic, security
incidents, either intentional or unintentional corruption or loss of data, disruptive legal
provisions, export restrictions, problems unforeseen by The Company in the production or
transport of the Goods, the late delivery of goods or services by third parties engaged by The
Company and other circumstances not within the control of The Company.
9.3 In the event of a situation of force majeure, The Company shall be authorised to dissolve the
agreement for the non-feasible part by means of a written statement. If the force majeure
situation lasts longer than 6 weeks, The Client is also authorised to dissolve the agreement
for the non-feasible part by means of a written statement.
9.4 If The Company has already partially fulfilled its obligations when the force majeure situation
occurs or can only partially fulfil its obligations, it is entitled to separately invoice the part
already delivered and/or the deliverable part and the Client is obliged to pay this invoice as if
it were a separate agreement.

Article 10 Defects and complaints
10.1 The Company guarantees the soundness of the delivered Goods and Services in accordance
with what the Customer may reasonably expect on the basis of the agreement and the
general product specification. If defects should occur in the Goods or Services delivered by
The Company, The Company will repair these defects (or have them repaired), apply a
reasonable price reduction, or redeliver the Goods or Service concerned, all at the sole
discretion of The Company.
10.2 Any special warranties are expressly given by The Company in separate documentation
under the conditions described in this separate documentation. If no special warranty has
been agreed, a warranty period of 4 years from the date of shipment applies to orders from
1 January 2020. For all orders before 1 January 2020, a warranty period of 2 years from the
date of shipment applies. Surface treatments are covered by a limited warranty of 2 years
from the date of shipment.
10.3 For both special and general warranties, the warranty does not cover defects occurring in or
(partly) as a result of:
 normal wear and tear, improper use and/or tuning;
 the use of non-original parts and/or settings of the engine on which the Goods are
 failure of (personnel of) the Client to comply with instructions or directions, or by
means of use other than the normal anticipated use;
 non-observance of The Company's mounting/assembly and/or cleaning instructions;
 mounting the goods on a vehicle other than that for which the goods were ordered;
 improper storage, maintenance or use by The Client;
 work by third parties, assembly/installation or repair by third parties or by the Client,
without prior written permission from The Company;
 the application of any government regulation concerning the nature or quality of
materials used;
 designs, drawings or other instructions of the Client, produced and delivered custom-
made Goods;
 goods provided by the Client to The Company for the processing or performance of an
order or used in consultation with the Client;
 parts purchased by The Company from third parties, to the extent that these third
parties have not provided a guarantee to The Company;
 the Client's processing of the Goods, unless The Company has expressly stated a
certain manner of processing in its documentation, brochures, etc., or has permitted
this in writing without any reservation;
 vandalism, weather or other external causes.
10.4 Any possible treatment or processing of the Goods delivered by The Company is at the
Client's own risk. The Client indemnifies The Company against any and all claims of third
parties arising from any treatment or processing of the Goods delivered by The Company.
10.5 Minor deviations cannot be qualified as a defect and must be accepted by Client. Deviations
which, taking all circumstances into account, in all reasonableness have no or a minor
influence on the use value of the Goods, are always deemed to be minor deviations.
10.6 Any right to warranty or complaint shall lapse if the Goods have been transported, handled,
used, processed or stored improperly or contrary to instructions given by or on behalf of The
Company or if the Client has not complied with the customary measures/regulations, as well
as if the Client fails to comply with any of its obligation towards The Company arising from
the underlying agreement, or fails to do so properly or on time.
10.7 Replacement or repair of mechanical parts does not affect the current warranty period. The
replaced or repaired mechanical parts are covered by the current warranty period and do not
have their own or deviating warranty period.
10.8 The Client must carefully inspect the delivered Goods and Services immediately upon receipt
(including the functionality and operation of the Goods), in default of which any right of
complaint, replacement and/or guarantee will lapse. Any complaint regarding the quantity of
Goods delivered and/or transport damage must be noted on the waybill or delivery note, in
default of which the quantities stated on the waybill or delivery note will constitute
compelling evidence against the Client.
10.9 The Client must report any complaints about Goods, Services and/or the performance of an
agreement to The Company by registered letter within 5 days after the Client has discovered
or reasonably should have discovered the defect. In the absence of a timely complaint, any
claim against The Company shall lapse.
10.10 If the Client files a complaint, it is obliged to give The Company the opportunity to carry out
an inspection and to establish the shortcoming. The Client is obliged to keep the Goods
complained about at The Company's disposal, in default of which any right to performance,
repair, dissolution and/or (damages) compensation shall lapse.
10.11 Goods sold, for any reason, may only be returned to The Company after prior written
authorisation and shipping and/or other instructions from The Company. The Goods shall at
all times remain at the expense and risk of the Client. The transport and all related costs
shall be at the expense of the Client. The Company shall reimburse the transport costs if it is
established that there is an attributable shortcoming on the part of The Company.
10.12 Any defects concerning part of the Goods delivered do not give the Client the right to reject
or refuse the entire batch of Goods delivered.
10.13 The Client must inform The Company in writing of any inaccuracies in The Company's
invoices within 5 days of the invoice date, otherwise the Client shall be deemed to have
approved the invoice.
10.14 Complaints do not suspend the payment obligations of the Client.
10.15 After detection of a shortcoming in Goods or Services, the Client is obliged to do everything
to prevent or limit damage, explicitly including any immediate cessation of use, processing
and trading.

Article 11 Retention of title
11.1 The Company retains title of the Goods delivered and to be supplied until all its claims in
respect of the Goods delivered and to be delivered have been paid in full by the Client.
11.2 If the Client fails to fulfil its obligations, The Company shall be entitled, at the expense of the
Client, to recover the Goods belonging to it (or have them recovered) from the place where
they are located. In this context, The Company shall be entitled to enter the Client's business
11.3 The Client is not entitled to pledge the Goods that have not yet been paid for or to transfer
their ownership. The Client is obliged to keep the Goods delivered under retention of title
with due care and as recognisable property of The Company.

Article 12 Recommendation
12.1 The Company endeavours to the best of its ability to achieve the results intended with its
recommendations and other information (including but not limited to calculations and
drawings), but does not give any guarantee in this respect. All recommendations and other
information provided by The Company are therefore entirely without obligation and are
provided by The Company as non-binding information.
12.2 The recommendations and other information provided by The Company are exclusively
intended for the Client. Third parties cannot derive any rights from them.
12.3 Subject to prior written consent of The Company, the Client is not permitted to disclose or
otherwise make available to third parties the content of recommendations and other
information provided by The Company.

Article 13 Payment
13.1 Unless otherwise agreed in writing, The Company's invoices must be paid within 14 days of
the invoice date in the currency indicated on the invoice and exclusively in the manner
indicated on the invoice.
13.2 The Company has the right to demand full or partial prepayment and/or otherwise obtain
security for payment at all times.
13.3 The Company has the right to invoice partial deliveries separately.
13.4 The Client waives any right of suspension and set-off, nor does it have a right of retention on
the Goods. The Company shall at all times be entitled to set off all that it owes the Client
against all that the Client and/or the Client's affiliates owe The Company, whether or not due
and payable.
13.5 If payment is not received on time, the Client shall, without further notice of default being
required, owe interest on the invoice amount at a rate of 1% per month, calculated from the
due date up to and including the date of payment, whereby part of a month shall be
regarded as a whole month and without prejudice to The Company's right to claim its full
13.6 All costs associated with collection shall be at the expense of the Client. The extrajudicial
collection costs amount to at least 15% of the amount to be collected with a minimum of
EUR 200.
13.7 The entire invoice amount is immediately due and payable in full in the event of late
payment of an agreed instalment on the due date, as well as in the event that the Client
becomes bankrupt, applies for (provisional) suspension of payments, the statutory debt
rescheduling arrangement (WSNP) is declared applicable to the Client and/or if any
attachment is levied on the Client. If one of the aforementioned situations arises, the Client
is obliged to immediately inform The Company.
13.8 Payments made by the Client will always first be used to settle the costs owed, then to settle
the interest owed and then to settle the due and payable invoices that have been
outstanding the longest, even if the Client states that the payment relates to a later invoice.

Article 14 Right of pledge and right of retention
14.1 The Company has a right of pledge and a right of retention on all goods and documents
which The Company holds or will hold for any reason, for all claims it has or may have
against the Client. The Company shall have a right of pledge and a right of retention in
respect of any person requiring the delivery of the goods or documents.
14.2 The Company may also exercise the rights referred to in Article 14.1 in respect of any
amounts owed by the Client to The Company in connection with previous and/or already
completed orders.

Article 15 Liability and indemnity
15.1 Apart from the provisions of Article 10.1, the Client has no claim against The Company on
account of defects in or relating to the Goods and/or Services provided by The Company. The
Company is therefore not liable for direct and/or indirect damage, including property
damage, immaterial damage, loss of income, stagnation damage, damage to reputation and
any other consequential damage, caused by any factor, unless there is intent or wilful
recklessness on the part of The Company.
15.2 Nor is The Company liable in the aforementioned terms for the actions of its employees or
other persons falling within its sphere of risk, including (gross) negligence or intent on the
part of these persons.
15.3 The Company shall not be liable for damage of any nature whatsoever arising as a result of
or after the Client having handled or processed the Goods after delivery, having them
processed or having them supplied to third parties.
15.4 The Company is not liable for any damage if delivery of Goods and/or Services is not possible
due to export restrictions, embargoes etc.
15.5 The Company is not liable for advice or recommendations given to the Client unless this
advice or these recommendations are explicitly part of a specific Service. In case of a specific
Service, the limitations of liability, as included in this Article 16, apply. The Client indemnifies
The Company against all claims of third parties in respect of recommendations or down
payments made by The Company.
15.6 The Company is not liable for (the consequences of) deviations, errors and defects that went
unnoticed in the samples, models or examples approved or corrected by the Client.
15.7 The Company is not liable for infringement of patents, licences and/or other intellectual
property rights of third parties by the use of data provided by or on behalf of the Client. Nor
shall The Company be liable for damage to or loss of raw materials, semi-finished products,
models and/or other items made available by the Client.
15.8 The Client indemnifies The Company, its employees and its auxiliary persons engaged for the
performance of the agreement against any claims by third parties, including claims based on
product liability, in connection with the performance by The Company of the agreement,
regardless of the cause, as well as against the resulting costs for The Company.
15.9 Damage to Goods caused by damage to or destruction of the packaging of the Goods shall be
at the expense and risk of the Client.
15.10 In all cases in which The Company is obliged to pay damages, these will never exceed the
invoice value of the Goods and/or Services delivered as a result of which or in connection
with which damage is caused. Moreover, if the damage is covered by The Company's
business liability insurance, the compensation shall never exceed the amount actually paid
out by the insurer in the case concerned.
15.11 Any claim against The Company, unless acknowledged by The Company, shall lapse 12
months after the claim arises.
15.12 The Client shall indemnify The Company, as well as employees of The Company, against
claims by third parties (including administrative and/or criminal penalties), including
employees of The Company, who, in connection with the performance of the agreement,
suffer damage as a result of the Client's acts or omissions and/or the inaccuracy or
incompleteness of data or information provided by or on behalf of the Client.

Article 16 The Company staff
16.1 Subject to The Company's prior written consent, the Client is not permitted to enter into an
employment agreement with a person employed by The Company or a person who has been
employed by The Company in a previous period of 12 months, or to have such person
perform work for the Client in any other manner, insofar as such work is not performed on
the basis of an agreement entered into with The Company.
16.2 The prohibition in this article applies from the date of conclusion of the first agreement
between The Company and the Client and applies until after the expiry of 12 months after
the performance of the last order to or agreement with the Client.
16.3 In the event of violation of the prohibition contained in this Article 16, the Client shall forfeit
to a fine of EUR 10,000.00 for the benefit of The Company for each violation and of EUR
250.00 for each day that the violation continues, without prejudice to The Company's right to
compensation for the damage caused by the violation and without prejudice to its right to
demand compliance with this Agreement.

Article 17 Personal data protection
17.1 When collecting and (further) processing personal data in the context of the agreement of or
on behalf of the Client, The Company will comply with its obligations arising from the General
Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the GDPR Implementation Act and, from the time of its
effective date, the ePrivacy Regulation and related legislation and regulations and take
appropriate protection measures.
17.2 If, in its opinion, The Company should be regarded as the processor within the meaning of
the GDPR, the Client shall enter into and sign a written processing agreement with The
Company, at The Company's first request, in addition to the provisions of this article, in
accordance with the model to be supplied by The Company.
17.3 The Client indemnifies The Company against all claims by third parties (including in any case
users and governmental bodies), financial government sanctions and costs (including costs
of legal assistance) arising from a violation by the Client of any statutory regulation relating
to the processing of personal data.

Article 18 Representation
18.1 If the Client acts on behalf of one or more third parties, and without prejudice to the liability
of those third parties, it shall be liable to The Company as if it were the relevant Client.
18.2 If The Company enters into an agreement with two or more natural or legal persons, all
clients shall at all times be jointly and severally liable to The Company for the whole.
18.3 If The Company concludes an agreement with a company being incorporated, the founders
remain jointly and severally liable for the whole, even after the agreement has been ratified.

Article 19 Applicable law and competent court
19.1 The agreement(s) between The Company and the Client shall be governed by Dutch law.
19.2 The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (Vienna Sales
Convention 1980) does not apply to the agreement(s) between The Company and the Client
and is expressly excluded.
19.3 The place of performance of all orders shall be deemed to be The Company's place of business.
19.4 All disputes between The Company and the Client shall be settled exclusively by the competent
court of the District Court of Limburg, location Roermond, the Netherlands. Contrary to this
provision, The Company is also and at all times entitled to submit a dispute or claim to the
competent court at the place where the Client has its registered office or is established.

Article 20 Final provisions
20.1 The invalidity or voidability of any provision of these terms and conditions or of agreements
to which these terms and conditions apply shall not affect the validity of the remaining
provisions. The Company and the Client are obliged to replace provisions that are invalid or
nullified with valid provisions with the same intention as the invalid or nullified provision as
much as possible.
20.2 The Dutch text shall be decisive for the explanation and interpretation of these general terms
and conditions.

Version, 2020