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General conditions of sale

•1 Introduction

1.1 The general conditions of sale (hereinafter referred to as “General Conditions of Sale”) govern the legal relationship under Luxembourg law between the limited liability company INTERNATIONAL POOLS S.à.r.l, with its registered office based at L-1885 Luxembourg, 37A Avenue JF Kennedy, entered into the Commercial Register and Companies Register under number B 191.214, with a registered VAT No. LU27591212 and as holder of residence permit number 10057442/0 (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) and the customer (hereinafter referred to as the “Customer”) in connection with any purchase made via the online store by an intermediary and via the website which can be accessed at the following address: www.c-piscine.com, (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”), a website which has been published and managed by the Company. The purchase can only be made via the online store which can be accessed by an intermediary, when (i) an order is placed in full by the Customer via the website, but also by (ii) a vendor from the Company following instructions issued by the Customer over the telephone.

1.2 Every order of one or several product(s) on display which can be accessed via the online store requires prior consultation and acceptance of these General Conditions of Sale on behalf of the Customer.

Consequently, the Customer is fully aware of the fact that his/her agreement regarding the content of these General Conditions of Sale does not require a handwritten signature of this document to the extent that the Customer wishes to order product(s) explicitly online, which are displayed as part of the online store, and which can be accessed via the website.

The Customer has the option to save or publish these General Conditions of Sale, provided that saving and editing this document remains his/her sole responsibility. The Customer shall state prior to his/her order that the acquisition of this/these product(s) is not linked directly to his/her professional activity, and that their acquisition is being reserved for personal use on his/her behalf. The Customer has specific rights as a consumer which would be called into question in the event that any product(s) or service(s) acquired as part of the online store which can be accessed via the site would actually have related to his/her professional trading activity.

These General Conditions of Sale may be modified. It is the responsibility of the Customer to consult these periodically, and to consult the General Conditions of Sale in force at the time the agreement has been entered into which govern the relationship between the parties.

  • 1.3 The online store set up by the Company which can be accessed on the Site quotes the following information:
  • specific Company information;
  • a preview of the essential product features being offered;
  • an indication of the product price in Euros as well as delivery charges,
  • where applicable;
  • an indication of payment, delivery, or means of execution;
  • the existence of a right of withdrawal
  • conditions for terminating a contract where the duration is indefinite or the duration exceeds one year.

All of this information is provided in French.

The Client states that he/she has full legal capacity to commit to the existing General Conditions of Sale.

For any questions regarding these General Conditions of Sale, the Client may contact the Company via the following e-mail address contact@c-piscine.com or by writing to the Company whose details are provided in Article 2.

•2 Company details

The sale of products and services available via the online store which can be accessed via the site is guaranteed by the limited liability company INTERNATIONAL POOLS S.à.r.l, with its registered office based at L-1885 Luxembourg, 37A Avenue JF Kennedy, entered into the Commercial Register and Companies Register under number B 191.214, with a registered VAT No. LU27591212, as holder of residence permit number 10057442/0, whose e-mail address is contact@c-piscine.com, whose telephone number is +352 27 33 53 80, and whose fax number is +352 27 33 53 81

•3 Scope of General Conditions of Sale

These General Conditions of Sale express all of the obligations among the parties. The Customer is then assumed to have accepted all of the provisions specified in these General Conditions of Sale without reservation.

4 • Visit and use of the Site

Any information or personal details given by the Client when visiting and using the Site shall be processed in accordance with personal data processing policies introduced by the Company, and in a manner which is both fair and proportionate to the intended objective of the Company.

By using the Site, the Customer shall give his/her consent to processing information and personal data which may announce and confirm that this information and this personal data which may be communicated in the future is both true and reflects reality.

• 5 Purpose of the Site and Site accessibility

These General Conditions of Sale are intended to define the rights and obligations of the parties as part of the online sale of products and services offered by the Company to the Customer within the framework of the online store which can be accessed via the website. The sale of these products and services via the Site can only be accessed by the Customer from the following countries: Luxembourg, France, French overseas territories, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland.

4 • Use of the Site

When using the Site and whenever the Customer places an order, the latter shall agree:

  • to use the Site solely for the purpose of placing legally binding and valid orders;
  • not to place any false or fraudulent orders. Should an order of this nature be considered to have been placed with good reason, then the Company reserves the right to cancel the order, and to inform the competent authorities should this be necessary;
  • to provide the Company with an e-mail address, a postal address and/or any other correct and accurate information. The Customer also agrees to give his/her consent to the fact that his/her details may be used by the Company to contact him/her if required.

• 7 Conclusion of contract

•7.1 Prevailing General Conditions of Sale

The contractual documents which connect the parties consist of these General Conditions of Sale and a purchase order. If we assume that there is conflict between their respective provisions, then the provisions specified in the General Conditions of Sale shall prevail over those stated in the purchase order.

•7.2 Procurement methods and order verification

The provisions included in the General Conditions of Sale do not themselves represent an offer to sell, nor an invitation to process.

• Customer order

Any orders placed exclusively by the Customer by the intermediary of the

online store which can be accessed on the Site shall be completed over the following stages:

• the Customer visits the Site,

• the Customer fills his/her shopping cart with products,

• the Customer creates his/her account or signs in if he/she has already created an account beforehand,

• the Customer provides information regarding his/her delivery details,

• the Customer is informed about the delivery method and about the amount of delivery charges,

• the Customer chooses his/her payment method,

• the Customer validates the General Conditions of Sale and his/her order. The Customer irrevocably agrees to accept the order which has been placed by clicking on the button “Confirm your order” at the end of the order process, and also accepts the subsequent obligation which follows, namely to pay for delivery charges which relate thereto, as well as accepting the General Conditions of Sale which apply to this order both in full and without reservation.

• the Customer will be redirected to the secure payment platform and will submit his/her payment request in accordance with the following secure payment options: Saferpay and PayPal

• finally, the Customer will receive an e-mail from the Company confirming the order. The agreement will be entered into between the parties pursuant to Article 7.2.2.

• any orders placed by the Company vendor via an intermediary

• the Customer connects to the Site and becomes of aware of the products on offer,

• the Customer makes telephone contact with the Company vendor,

• the Company vendor fills the shopping cart with products following telephone instructions he/she has been issued with by the Customer,

• the Company vendor creates a Customer account or he/she signs in if an account has already been created on the basis of the information which has been provided,

• the Customer provides the Company vendor with information regarding his/her delivery details,

• the Company vendor informs the Customer about the delivery method and about the amount of delivery charges,

• the Customer chooses his/her payment method,

• the Company vendor sends the Customer the order summary and any applicable General Conditions of Sale by e-mail,

• the Customer validates the General Conditions of Sale and his/her order,

• the Company vendor will be redirected to the secure payment platform and will submit the payment request from the Customer in accordance with the following secure payment options: Saferpay or PayPal, based on the information provided by the Customer,

• finally, the Customer will receive an e-mail validating his/her order. The agreement will be entered into between the parties pursuant to Article 7.2.2.

• 7.2.2 Formation of agreement

The order confirmation sent by the Company implies that the latter has accepted (i) the order placed in full by the Customer via the Site and (ii) the order placed by the Company via the Site following telephone instructions issued by the Customer, and which therefore forms a sales contract between the parties as specified by the provisions quoted in the General Conditions of Sale.

The information provided by the Customer and the General Conditions of Sale which form the agreement will be reiterated in the order confirmation e-mail sent by the Company. The truthfulness of this information, in particular the delivery address, remains exclusively the responsibility of the Customer. The Customer is also responsible for retaining the order confirmation e-mail sent by the Company which includes a copy of the sales agreement.

The Customer will be able to access his/her order at any time by visiting the Site and accessing the tab “My Account/Check my orders”.

You can be directed to the General Conditions of Sale from any page of the Site.

•7.2.3 Electronic signature

The "double click" from the Customer while validating the order constitutes an electronic signature which has the same value as a handwritten signature between the parties.

The Customer irrevocably agrees to accept the order which has been placed by clicking on the icon “Confirm your order” at the end of the order process, and also accepts the subsequent obligation which follows, namely to pay for delivery charges which relate thereto, as well as accepting the General Conditions of Sale which apply to this order both in full and without reservation.

•7.2.4 Unavailability of goods

The Customer will be informed by the Company as soon as possible by e-mail should a product which has been ordered be unavailable.

Under these circumstances, the Company reserves the right to split the order by delivering the products which are available and by replacing the item which is unavailable with one of an equivalent quality and price.

In the latter case, any returns costs associated with action taken by the Customer with regards to his/her right of cancellation of this product resulting in a replacement of an equivalent quality or price, shall be charged to the Company.

In the event that the Company should fail to provide goods of an equivalent or price, then it shall agree to reimburse the Customer for the corresponding amount without delay, and shall do so no later than within thirty (30) days after payment of this amount has been made by the Customer.

The refund will be processed by the Company by bank transfer to his/her designated bank account.

•7.2.5 Right of withdrawal and amendment

The Company reserves the right to withdraw a product or service from its Site at any time, or to withdraw or modify the content relative to a product or a service.

The Company cannot be held liable for any potential withdrawal of a product or service on behalf of the suppliers.

•8 Proof of transaction

Computerised records stored in the Company's computer systems under reasonable security conditions will be considered as proof of communication, orders and payments between the parties.

Purchase orders and invoices are archived on reliable and durable media which can be presented as evidence.

•9 Information about products, services, and their prices

•9.1 The Customer will be informed by the Company via its Site that all of the product features required for them to be put on sale in view of compliance with Article 111-1 of the Luxembourg Consumer Code mean that the Customer has an obligation to provide information prior to the conclusion of the contract.

•9.2 On its Site, the Company also provides an accurate indication of the price of its products and services. The prices are quoted in Euros, both with and without VAT, and are exclusive of delivery costs which are invoiced additionally, and which are quoted prior to the order confirmation. Any potential Internet charges are excluded and shall be borne by the Customer.

The price of products and services quoted on the purchase order correspond to the tariffs which are effective on the Site at the time of placing the order. These tariffs are valid, fixed, and are not subject to being adjusted for a period of thirty (30) days after the order has been placed by the Customer. The prices include the rate of VAT applicable on the day the order has been placed and any change in the VAT rate will automatically be reflected in the price of products or services from the online store which can be accessed via the Site.

•10 Payment

Payment of the price in full must be made when ordering. At no time can payments made be considered as a deposit.

In order to do this, the Customer has the option of choosing various payment methods which are highlighted on the purchase order.

The Customer will assure the Company that he/she has the authorisation he/she may need to use the payment method they select when validating the order.

The Company reserves the right to suspend all order management and all deliveries in the event of non-payment, however it may also do so in the event of payment authorisation being declined by officially accredited bodies. By the same token, the Company reserves the right to refuse to make a delivery or refuse to honour an order as a result of the Customer being in default due to full or partial non-payment of a previous order, or if proceedings concerning a previous dispute are being instigated.

With regards to fraudulent use of bank details, the Company has set up a procedure for verifying orders in conjunction with PayPal to ensure that nobody is able to use the bank details of another party without his/her knowledge. As part of this verification, the Customer will be asked to provide PayPal with a copy of one form of valid identity, along with proof of address. The order confirmation will be subject to receipt and an analysis of the documents by the said company.

Failure to make payment within the time limit will by right, and without formal

notice result in a penalty invoice being raised to the sum of 10% (ten percent)

of the outstanding amount, with a minimum of € 20.

•11 Delivery

•11.1 Schedules:

The maximum delivery time is thirty (30) working days after the agreement has been entered into, namely the order confirmation e-mail being sent by the Company, unless the Customer has been informed otherwise prior to placing the order, as well as a final confirmation thereof having been issued. Under these circumstances, the Company will specify an indicative delivery date.

Customised products are excluded from this provision.

Where separate products are delivered at one time, the longest delivery time is that which will apply to the entire order. The delivery time is indicative.

Delays to delivery cannot result in any financial penalties or compensation whatsoever which are to the detriment of the Company.

It is possible however for the Customer to terminate the agreement if the delivery has not taken place within seven (7) days after the delivery deadline quoted.

Any such termination must be activated by sending a letter via registered mail with proof of postage sent within sixty (60) days from the date specified for delivery of the product.

This provision does not apply in the event of a delay which can be attributed to an incident of Force Majeure.

The Company will refund the Client all of the amounts which have been paid as soon as possible, and shall do so no later than thirty (30) days following receipt of the letter sent by registered post.

•11.2 Delivery methods and recalls

•11.2.1 Common provisions

  • delivery is understood to mean the delivery of products to the address specified by the Client when placing the order. The latter would normally occur when being shipped by the following companies: UPS, DPD, Colissimo, Chronopost, Geodis. The Company will send an informative e-mail to the Client upon dispatch.
  • carrier delivery hours are: 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
  • delivery is made by normal post or by a delivery man, depending on the size of the package. The Customer must fill out all of the fields on the delivery form at the time of placing the order, including the delivery address, while he/she must also quote a landline telephone number, or preferably, a mobile telephone number. Neither the Company, the postal company, nor the courier can be held liable should it not be possible to give a reason for providing inaccuracies or mistakes in the delivery address.
  • delivery to the Customer can be made by a courier for particularly large or heavy packages. In this case, the Customer will be contacted directly by the courier either by e-mail or by telephone so that he/she is able to agree a delivery appointment (hereinafter referred to as the “Appointment”). When contact is made, the Customer must explicitly point out any difficulties with access or passages which may be encountered by the courier when making the delivery (including whether these have been reported previously on the form when placing the order). The Customer will have specifically taken access passages to his/her home into account, so that he/she can confirm his/her accessibility to the product to the courier: access required for lorries has a minimum width of 3 m, a usable height of 4.50 m, while also requiring that the road be authorised for heavy goods traffic in excess of 19 tonnes, that it be encased, and that the vehicle is able to turn around after delivery. All additional delivery charges required for specific equipment hire (for forklift trucks, special sized lorries...) which are used to tackle access issues specified by the Customer must be validated and adjusted prior to delivery.
  • smaller or lighter packages will be delivered by courier in turn. the Customer must specify a delivery address at which a physical person is able to receive the parcel when it is being delivered for the first time (for example: place of work, a friend or family member’s home, concierge, etc.).
  • should the Customer not be present upon delivery, then the courier will leave a note specifying the place and address of the location where the package is being held. The Customer agrees to receive the package at the location specified on the non-delivery note and within the time quoted.
  • should it not be possible to make a delivery on the day of the Appointment as a result of inadequate information, difficulties with access, because of a passage which had not been specified previously by the Customer, the Customer fails to honour the Appointment as set out in the agreement, or the Customer declines delivery or fails to collect the passage within the time specified on the non-delivery note, then new delivery fees may be charged to the Customer by the Company. Under these circumstances, the Company will make contact with the Customer for payment of these new charges before attempting a new delivery. In the event of non-payment of these charges, the Company will be entitled to instruct the Customer to come and collect the product at its depot, or may instigate legal proceedings without formal notice so that the sale can be completed, and will do so by sending a letter via registered mail with proof of postage. It is also possible that the Customer may be asked to refund any amounts paid in a letter sent by registered mail with proof of postage. This refund will cover the amount of the price paid after having deducted all costs arising from failing to withdraw the products, including all shipping charges and costs for returning products equivalent to 3 (three) Euros per kilo of transported goods, along with a fixed rate management fee equal to 35 (thirty-five) Euros. For custom products, the Company will be entitled to withhold any amounts paid by the Customer in accordance with specifications provided by the Customer.

•11.2.2 Specific delivery provisions in Switzerland and overseas departments

  • the products are delivered to the address specified by the Customer on the order form. This has to be verified upon delivery, along with the condition of the product packaging, and any damage caused by the carrier with regards to the provisions specified in Article 11.3.1 of the General Conditions of Sale must also be included on the delivery note. Any damage must also be reported to the Company within seven (7) days of the delivery having taken place.
  • the Company cannot be held liable in the event of a failed delivery caused by a lack of access, or a lack of response to the non-delivery notice, and any transportation costs will be borne by the Customer.
  • the Customer may, on request, have the detailed invoice sent to the billing address and not to the delivery address, by validating the option provided for this purpose on the order form.
  • with regards to this shipment, it would normally be dispatched by an intermediary from the following companies: UPS, DPD, Colissimo, Chronopost, Geodis. The Company will send an informative e-mail to the Client upon dispatch.
  • the products are sold gross of tax. The Company shall pay any customs clearance fees when goods exit the territory, while the Customer must honour customs entrance delivery charges, along with any local VAT and other customs and excise duties.

•11.3 Impact on delivery

•11.3.1 Any issues with delivery caused by the carrier, and any defects attributed to the delivery (damage, a missing product when matched against the delivery note, damaged package, broken products) must emphatically be noted down on the delivery note under the section “handwritten reservations” and must be accompanied by a Customer signature.

The Customer must at the same time confirm this defect by informing the carrier thereof within two (2) working days from the delivery date by sending a letter by recorded mail with proof of postage, outlining details of various complaints.

If the Customer does not have any reservations, then the product will be delivered and deemed to be to his/her satisfaction, and it may not be subject to any further dispute as such. Under these circumstances, the Customer may not give any reservations, nor make any complaints about the Company or carrier after they have left, even if the package has not been opened in the presence of the latter.

•11.3.2 Delivery and compliance errors

  • the Customer must make any complaint in relation to product delivery and/or compliance errors against the Company on the same day as the delivery itself, or no later than one working day after delivery by making entries which are highlighted on the order form should these relate to the type or quality.
  • any complaints against the Company can be made by filling out the complaints form which can be found on the “Contact Us” section of the Site, and by quoting your order reference number.
  • upon receipt of the complaint, the Company will allocate an exchange number for the product(s) in question, which it will then forward to the Customer by e-mail, by fax, or by telephone. A product can only be exchanged after the Customer has been assigned an exchange number in accordance with the procedure below.
  • in the event of a delivery error or an exchange, any products being exchanged or refunded must be returned to LUXROUTAGE S.A. at the following address: L-1321 Cessange, 145 rue de Cessange, and this must be sent in full and in its original packaging, using a registered Colissimo service or equivalent. In order to be accepted, any returns must have been reported to the Company’s customer service team in advance by contacting: sav@c-piscine.com.

•12 Transfer of risk

The risk of loss or damage to the product is transferred to the Customer at the moment, or at any time when a third party other than the carrier has been appointed by him/her or has taken physical possession. The Customer or the designated third party shall take possession of the delivery, as specified in section 11.2.1.

•13 Product warranties

•13.1 Legal warranty

• Pursuant to Article L.212-3 of the Luxembourg Consumer Code, any provisions specified in the General Conditions of Sale may not deprive the Customer of his/her legal warranty, which requires the professional vendor to safeguard against non-compliance of the product associated with the agreement, as well as against any latent defects of the item which has been sold under the conditions specified in Articles 1641 to 1649 of the Luxembourg Civil Code.

• the Customer will be explicitly informed that the Company is not the manufacturer of

products featured on the Site within the context of the law dated 21st April 1989 in relation to any liability for defective products. In the event where the Company as a professional vendor would be held liable for any damage resulting from a product, pursuant to Article 2, para 2. of the law dated 21st April 1989 in relation to the liability of defective products, the Company reserves the right to name the producer or the manufacturer under warranty of this product.

• All of the provisions specified in Articles L-212-1 to L-219-9 of the Luxembourg Consumer Code relative to a legal warranty shall apply.

•13.2 Commercial warranty

• the conditions and the producer’s contractual warranty periods are:

Please note that the commercial warranty does not cover:

  • use of the withdrawal period;
  • a missing product which is not communicated to the driver upon delivery;
  • replacement of worn parts (bags, brushes, crawlers, probes...);
  • abnormal usage or non-compliant products. In this respect, the Company shall ask the Customer to pay specific attention to the instruction guide which is provided alongside the products.
  • any defects and their consequences as a result of an intervention from repairmen which has not been authorised by the Company, any defects and their consequences associated with non-compliant use or usage for the purpose for which the product is intended (professional, collective use), failing to comply with the product as required by the Customer, or failing to place the order explicitly and with genuine acceptance;
  • defects and their consequences associated with all external causes (shock, lightning, frost, current fluctuation...);

In the event that the malfunction has been caused by a series of elements which are not covered under the commercial warranty, the Company shall be entitled to ask the Customer to settle any costs for transportation and labour according to his/her conditions in force at the time of his/her intervention. The Customer will be informed of the General Conditions of Sale which are in force at that moment in time in advance by an e-mail sent to the address specified when ordering.

•13.3 Return charges

Any return charges associated with validating the commercial warranty and any shipping costs after repair work or the replacement of items shall be borne by the Company.

The Customer will have to package the product carefully after having accepted the warranty claim (activated by telephone or by e-mail).

A partner carrier will handle the package free of charge, and it will only be collected at the delivery address stated in the order (with the exception of any exceptional Company after-sales service agreement).

The Company will endeavour to ship the defective part with the sole purpose of rectifying any malfunction as soon as is possible. No hire equipment shall be provided for replacing a defective product.

•14 Right of withdrawal

•14.1 Definition of right of withdrawal

The Customer has the right to withdraw from the contract by giving a notice period of

fourteen (14) calendar days.

The withdrawal period ends fourteen (14) days after the day on which the Customer, or a third party other than the carrier appointed by him/her, acquires physical possession of the products. In order to exercise the right of withdrawal, the Customer must notify the Company or must send a letter to the following address: L-1885 Luxembourg, 37A, Avenue JF Kennedy, or by sending an e-mail to: contact@c-piscine.com, giving notification of his/her decision to withdraw by providing a statement devoid of any ambiguity.

The Customer may also use the form provided at the bottom of these General Conditions of Sale. In order to honour the withdrawal period, it will be sufficient for the Customer to submit any correspondence relating to exercising his/her right to withdrawal prior to the withdrawal period expiring, by stating his/her wish to return the product under his/her right of withdrawal, and also by specifying the type of product, the order date, and the date of receipt. The Customer may also attach his/her sales invoice or order form.

•14.1 Impact on using the right of withdrawal

  • in the event of exercising his/her right of withdrawal, the Customer will be reimbursed for all of his/her payments made to the Company, including any delivery charges (with the exception of additional costs arising from the fact that the Customer opted for a delivery method other than the least expensive standard delivery recommended by the Company) without undue delay, and in any event, shall be refunded no later than fourteen (14) days from the day the Company has been informed of the Customer’s decision to withdraw from the agreement.
  • the Company will process a refund by using the same method of payment to that used by the Customer for the original transaction, apart from where a different method has been agreed explicitly. In any case, this refund will not involve any charges for the Customer. The Company may defer the refund until he/she has the products in his/her possession, or the Customer has provided proof of dispatch, the fixed date of whichever relates to the original incident. However, given the technical nature of the products being sold, this period may be extended depending on the time the right of withdrawal is exercised, and on the return or dispatch date of the product which has been proven by the Customer (whichever is the first to occur), especially when the product requires genuine technical verification (see products which must be tested in advance).
  • the Customer will need to return the products to the Company without undue delay, and in any event, no later than fourteen (14) days after notification of the decision to withdraw from this agreement. This deadline is met if the Customer returns the product before the period expires. The Client must pay any direct costs for returning the product. This must be returned by using a Colissimo registered mail service, or equivalent.
  • in the event of exercising his/her right of withdrawal, the Client will have the option of requesting a refund of any amounts paid, or of the product being exchanged. In the case of an exchange, any return will be charged to the Customer. The product should be returned with it being protected properly inside its original packaging, in a perfect retail condition (unspoilt, undamaged, or not soiled), and accompanied by all of the accessories, the instruction guide, and documentation.
  • the Customer's responsibility is borne in respect of the depreciation of the product resulting from handling other than that which is required to establish the type, features and functioning of this product. In order to do this, the Customer must only handle and inspect the product in a manner that would be permitted inside a warehouse.
  • exercising a Customer right of withdrawal remains subject to the provisions specified in Articles L.221-3, L.222-9 and L.222-10 of the Luxembourg Consumer Code.

•14.3 Exception to the right of withdrawal

Pursuant to Article L.222-9 (7) of the Luxembourg Consumer Code, any custom products (tarpaulins, blankets, liners,...) manufactured according to Customer specifications, or which have been clearly customised, do not remain subject to a right of withdrawal, and can neither be returned nor exchanged.

• Usage rights

The right to use Company software is granted to the Customer under a non-exclusive, personal, and non-transferrable title in compliance with the law dated 18th April 2001 regarding copyright, related rights and databases.

In any event, the software author retains the right to ownership of his/her work, which the Customer agrees to respect.

•15 Force majeure

Neither party will have breached its contractual obligations, insofar as their fulfilment is delayed, hindered or prevented by an uncontrollable event or an incident of force majeure.

Fortuitous incidents or incidents of force majeure will be considered outside of the Parties, and those which are unpredictable, unpreventable, independent of the will of the Parties, and which cannot be prevented by them despite all reasonable possible efforts having been made.

The party affected by any such circumstances shall notify the other party within ten (10) working days following the date on which he/she has become aware thereof. Both parties will then, within a period of one (1) month, except where this is not possible due to an incident of force majeure, investigate the impact of the event and agree the conditions under which the contract may be continued. Should the incident of force majeure last for more than three months, then these General Conditions of Sale may be terminated by the party which has been affected.

More explicitly, as an incident of force majeure or any unforeseeable circumstances beyond those usually accepted under the jurisprudence of Luxembourg courts and tribunals: obstructing means of transport or supplies, earthquakes, fires, storms, flooding, lightning; shutting down telecommunication networks, or genuine issues with external Customer telecommunication networks.

•16 Independence between General Conditions of Sale conditions.

Even if one or more provisions of these General Conditions of Sale are declared invalid under any law, regulation, or after a final verdict having been returned by a competent court, then the remaining provisions shall retain their full force and scope.

•17 Non-renunciation

The failure of either of the parties to instigate a breach by the other Party for any of these obligations targeted by these general terms and conditions shall not be construed in the future as a waiver of the obligation in question.

•18 Interpretation

The titles will be deemed to be non-existent in the event of difficulty in interpreting any of the titles specified at the top of the clauses, and any of the actual clauses themselves.

•19 Data protection

The Company remains subject to compliance with the law dated 2nd August 2002 in relation to the protection of individuals concerning the processing of personal information.

The information which is requested from the Customer is required for processing his/her order, and this may be communicated to the Company’s contractual partners acting within the framework of this order.

The Customer may contact the Company to oppose any such communication, or to exercise his/her access rights, or his/her right to rectification with regards to information concerning and included in Company files, and as provided for under law dated 2nd August 2002.

•20 Applicable law

The General Conditions of Sale in French will be executed and interpreted according to Luxembourg law.

In the event of a dispute, the Customer will contact the Company initially in order to seek an amicable solution.

Otherwise, the Customer can make a choice in addition to that from a competent court within the territory under the Code of Civil Procedure, or via the court of the area where he/she is registered at the time the agreement was entered into, or may do so should any damaging event have taken place. Version effective as of **

Cancellation form model

(Please complete and return this form only if you wish to cancel the contract).

– For the attention of INTERNATIONAL POOLS S.à.r.l,

37A Avenue JF Kennedy

L-1885 Luxembourg

E-mail: contact@c-piscine.com

Tel. no. *+352 27 33 53 80*

Fax. no. *+352 27 33 53 81*.

I/We (*) hereby notify you of my/our (*) withdrawal from the contract for the sale of the item (*)/for the service (*) indicated below:

– Ordered on (*)/received on (*)

– Name of consumer(s)

– Address of consumer(s)

– Signature of consumer(s) (only in the event of this notification being provided in paper form)

– Date