General Terms and Conditions
Jon Lindholm GmbH
I. Scope of the general terms and conditions Jon Lindholm GmbH
We provide all deliveries and services on the basis of the following General Terms and Conditions
(GTC), in the version valid at the time of the order. These General Terms and Conditions of Business
shall be deemed to have been accepted by the Purchaser upon ordering goods.
These General Terms and Conditions shall apply for an indefinite period. The General Terms and
Conditions shall apply to all transactions which are concluded with Jon Lindholm GmbH. Deviations
are only possible by written agreement between the parties.
II. Formation of the contract, content of the contract
A. Prices
All prices are in Swiss francs (CHF).
B. Delivery costs
Prices are always quoted excluding delivery costs.
C. Conclusion of contract
Our price lists, brochures and publications via the Internet are generally non-binding. The information
on price lists, brochures and publications does not constitute an offer in the legal sense. The
customer’s order shall be deemed to be an offer. The contract is concluded upon acceptance of the
III. Payment
A. Goods under CHF 300 for deliveries in Switzerland
The following payment options are available for our customers:
– Advance payment via bank transfer
– Cash payment
B. Goods over CHF 300 and deliveries outside Switzerland
For orders of goods with a value of more than CHF 300 and for deliveries abroad, the entire amount is
required as advance payment via bank transfer. Any fees due to foreign transactions shall be borne by
the customer.
IV. Delivery
We deliver worldwide. Nevertheless, it is possible for us not to offer delivery to certain countries
without giving reasons. For deliveries to foreign countries, the customer is responsible for the
additional taxes and customs duties and is obliged to accept the goods.
V. Procurement risk
The procurement risk is excluded, even in the case of a purchase contract for a generic good. We are
only obliged to deliver from our stock of goods.
VI. Force majeure
The delivery period shall be extended appropriately in the event of circumstances affecting delivery
due to force majeure. Force majeure shall include strikes, lockouts, official interventions, shortages of
energy and raw materials, transport bottlenecks through no fault of our own, operational hindrances
through no fault of our own, for example due to fire, water and machine damage and all other
hindrances which, viewed objectively, have not been culpably caused by us. We will inform you
immediately of the beginning and end of such obstacles. If the impediment to performance in the
aforementioned cases lasts for a period of more than 12 weeks after the originally applicable delivery
times, the customer shall be entitled to withdraw from the contract. There shall be no further claims, in
particular for damages.
VII. Contract fulfilment
The confirmation of the order shall be decisive for the scope and execution of the delivery. The place
of performance shall be agreed by the parties.
Unless expressly agreed otherwise, benefit and risk shall pass to the Purchaser upon provision of the
goods or dispatch of the goods.
VIII. Exclusion of liability, warranty
Liability is excluded within the scope of the law pursuant to Art. 100 OR. The warranty is excluded
within the scope of the law pursuant to Art. 199 OR
IX. Final provisions
In business transactions with merchants and with legal entities under public law, it is agreed that the
place of jurisdiction for all legal disputes concerning these terms and conditions and individual
contracts concluded under their validity, including actions on bills of exchange and cheques, shall be
Basel-Stadt. In this case, we are also entitled to take legal action at the customer’s place of business.
With regard to consumers, the place of jurisdiction shall be the consumer’s place of residence. Swiss
law shall apply exclusively to the exclusion of the UN Convention on Contracts for the International
Sale of Goods (CISG).
The parties shall endeavour to settle any disputes arising from the performance of this contract
X. Severability clause
Should individual provisions of the contract, including these provisions, be or become invalid in whole
or in part, or should the contract contain an unforeseen gap, the validity of the remaining provisions or
parts of such provisions shall remain unaffected. The invalid or missing provisions shall be replaced by
the respective statutory provisions.
Status: January 2023