Terms of Service

  • § 1 Scope & Defense Clause
    (1) Only the following terms and conditions apply, as amended, the legal relationship between the operators (providers) of these services and its customers.

    (2) Different Terms and conditions of the customer will be rejected.

  • § 2 Formation of Contract
    (1) The presentation of the services does not constitute a binding offer of the supplier. The customer will only be required to obtain through a request a quote.

    (2) By sending the request, the customer receives an offer. By sending the request, the customer accepts these terms and conditions as for the legal relationship with the provider alone prevail.

    (3) The provider shall acknowledge receipt of the request of the customer by sending a confirmation e-mail. This confirmation is not yet constitute acceptance of the contract offer by the provider. It serves only to inform the customer that the request is received by the provider. The declaration of acceptance of the offer made by the explicit declaration of acceptance.

  • § 3 Liability
    (1) Claims of the customer are excluded, as long as nothing else is determined. The above disclaimer applies to the legal representatives and agents of the provider, if the customer would appeal against them.

    (2) are excluded from the specific point 1 Disclaimer Claims for damages due to injury to life, limb, health, and claims for damages from the breach of contract. Material contractual obligations are those whose performance to achieve the objective of the Treaty is necessary, for example, the provider to give the customer the item is free of material and legal defects and to the property to her. From the disclaimer is also excluded liability for damage caused by an intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty of the provider, his legal representatives or agents.

  • § 4 Choice of Law & Jurisdiction
    (1) On the contractual relationship between the supplier and the customer finds the Thai law. Excluded from this choice of law are the mandatory consumer protection provisions of the country in which the customer has his habitual residence. The application of UN law is excluded.

    (2) jurisdiction for all disputes arising from the contractual relationship between the customer and the provider is the seat of the provider, if it is the customer is a merchant, a legal entity under public law or a public sector fund.

  • § 5 Severability
    If any provision of these terms and conditions be invalid, the validity of the remaining provisions will not be affected.