General Terms of Sale

General Terms of Sale
Version 5.2

General Terms of Sale Corotop Inc.

1. These General Terms of Sale (hereinafter referred to as “GTS”) shall apply to all sales of goods or services (hereinafter referred to as “Goods”) by Corotop Inc., with its registered office in Chrząstowice, Ozimska 2A, 46-053 Chrząstowice, entered into the register of entrepreneurs kept by the District Court in Opole, VIII Commercial Department of the National Court Register under no. 0000320862, Business Registration Number: 530993551, Tax number: 7541013532 (hereinafter referred to as ” Corotop”) for the benefit of its contractors (hereinafter referred to as “Buyer”) based on contracts concluded between them (hereinafter referred to as “contract”).
2. Any terms and conditions proposed by the Buyer presented in its acceptance of the offer, order, return offer, invoice, or other statement of the Buyer, including in particular those resulting from the general terms and conditions of contracts/purchases etc. applied by the Buyer, are rejected.
3. GTS is also applicable to any future contracts of the Parties related to sale of Goods.

1. The contract for sale of Goods is entered into on the basis of the Buyer’s order, accepted and confirmed by Corotop, also constituting acceptance of Corotop’s offer, submitted in writing or via e-mail.
2. Final terms of the contract are determined by Corotop’s offer or confirmation of Buyer’s order placed by Corotop.
3. Buyer has the right to comment on the terms of Corotop’s offer or order confirmation, provided that Buyer shall do so promptly, but no later than the next business day by 12:00 p.m. from the date of receipt of Corotop’s offer or order confirmation. Buyer’s failure to comment on Corotop’s offer or order confirmation within the time specified above shall be deemed Buyer’s acceptance of Corotop’s terms and conditions without comment.
4. If the Buyer raises objections, within the aforementioned time limit, Corotop shall include the objections in a new offer or order confirmation or inform the Buyer about rejection of the objections or lack of possibility to conclude the contract. It is not possible to conclude a contract based on Buyer’s objections without Corotop’s prior express acceptance thereof. In case of doubt, Corotop shall be deemed to have rejected the objections and the contract shall be concluded on the terms and conditions previously specified by Corotop.

1. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, deliveries shall be made on the terms of incoterms 2010 – Ex Works for the point of receipt of the Goods specified in the contract. The delivery date stated in the contract is an approximate date and is not a direct commitment of Corotop. The Seller shall make every effort to realize the above delivery date. The Seller reserves the right to change the date of delivery or conduct partial deliveries in the event of events beyond Corotop’s control (failure of production equipment, delays in supply of raw materials, weather events, strikes, road events and other situations not directly attributable to Corotop), whereby the change of delivery date or conducting partial deliveries shall not be treated as failure to perform the contract through Corotop’s fault, and Corotop shall not be liable for losses resulting directly or indirectly from such an event.
2. The Buyer is obliged to collect the Goods on the date of delivery or within the time specified in the contract. In the event of refusal or delay by the Buyer in taking delivery of the Goods, including Corotop’s refusal to deliver the Goods due to the Buyer’s arrears to Corotop, Corotop shall be entitled to charge the Buyer for the costs of storage, insurance, special or additional transport and other costs incurred by Corotop through the fault of the Buyer.
3. After the expiration of 30 days from the date of delivery or the date of its acceptance specified in the contract, Corotop shall have the right to resell the goods or destroy or recycle them and charge the Buyer the appropriate costs thereof. The funds received by Corotop from the sale of the Goods, or their recycling shall be credited against the Buyer’s obligations to the Seller or refunded accordingly.
4. Corotop reserves the right to partial deliveries and prior to agreed delivery date.

1. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties in the Contract, payment for the goods shall be made by bank transfer to Corotop’s bank account in the form of prepayment. All bank costs resulting from the execution of the payment shall be borne by the Buyer.
2. In case of Customer’s delay in payment of any amounts due to Corotop, Corotop reserves the right to suspend execution of deliveries or issue of Goods and refusal of further orders until the Buyer settles the arrears. The above shall be deemed a delay in performance of the contract through the fault of the Buyer.
3. Any claims of the Buyer against Corotop, including on account of complaints or other allegations connected with execution of the contract, cannot constitute basis for refusal to pay for Goods. The Buyer’s right to set off any of its claims against Corotop’s claims for payment for the Goods is excluded.
4. Unless otherwise specified in the contract, all prices are net prices, exclusive of applicable VAT.
5. Corotop informs that its receivables are subject to insurance, within the framework of which the insurer specifies maximum trade credit limits for individual customers covered by the insurance. Corotop reserves the right to suspend deliveries or refuse fulfilment of any orders, which could result in exceeding the indicated limits.

1. The Buyer is obliged to examine the goods in terms of quality and quantity at the moment of taking over the Goods. In the event of non-conformity of the Goods with the contract, the Buyer shall be entitled to lodge a complaint. The notification should be made within 5 days from the date of acceptance of the Goods, under the pain of losing the rights under warranty.
2. If the Goods are found to be damaged or missing during delivery, the Buyer shall be obliged to write an appropriate protocol of this circumstance together with the carrier.
3. The complaint notification should contain full identification of the Goods, including number indicated on the contract (no. of order or offer), quantity of Goods, basis of complaint with its documentation in the form of samples, description, photos. Corotop has the right to request from the Buyer additional documentation or materials in order to assess the reasonableness of the complaint, including the inspection of the Goods at the Buyer’s premises.
4.Complaints should be reported by web form available at link.
5. Corotop has the right to reject the complaint if the above conditions are not fulfilled.
6. Corotop will consider complaints within 30 days of the effective date of the complaint, i.e. when all documents required from the Customer have been provided.
7. The Buyer is entitled to lodge a complaint regarding latent defects of the Goods, material defects or other, which could not be detected during acceptance of the Goods, within 6 months from receipt of the Goods, unless the Parties have agreed otherwise in the Contract.
8. The amount of the Buyer’s claim against Corotop under the contract of sale of the Goods shall not exceed the total value of the Goods under the given contract. Corotop is not liable for lost profits and consequential and indirect damages.
9. The Buyer shall reimburse Corotop for costs related to investigation of unjustified claims.

1. Corotop shall not be liable for non-performance or delay in performance of the agreement (or delivery), resulting from circumstances beyond its control, including acts or omissions caused by the occurrence of force majeure, which shall be understood as the occurrence of an external event beyond the control of the parties and could not have been foreseen, such as fortuitous accidents, fires, wars, disasters, epidemics and pandemics, road traffic incidents during transport, riots, natural disasters, strikes, blockades, labour disputes, events of a criminal nature, changes in the legal status, administrative decisions and orders of state bodies. The above shall also apply when circumstances occur on the part of Corotop’s suppliers or subcontractors. Force majeure shall also be deemed to exist, if Corotop’s suppliers or subcontractors, key to the performance of the Contract, are prevented from performing their obligations towards Corotop as a result of their bankruptcy or other cessation of business.
2. Force majeure shall also be understood as the COVID-19 epidemic, its consequences, as well as actions of state administrative bodies related thereto.
3. In the event of force majeure, the deadlines for the execution of the contract shall be extended accordingly.
4. If, due to the above, the delay in the execution of the contract exceeds 30 days, the parties shall enter into discussions to determine further conditions and deadlines for the execution of the contract. However, Corotop reserves the right to withdraw from the Contract (in whole or in part) in the event that its execution becomes impossible, significantly difficult or, in Corotop’s opinion, economically unjustified.

1. The contracts are governed by the substantive and procedural law of the Republic of Poland.
2. In case of any doubt, the seat of Corotop shall be considered the place of Contract execution.
3. The competent court for disputes arising in connection with the agreements is the Common Court of the Republic of Poland with jurisdiction over Corotop’s registered office.
Transfer of any rights or obligations under the agreement is allowed only after obtaining Corotop’s prior express written consent, otherwise being null and void. 

1. The Data Controller of the data shared by the Buyer is Corotop Inc. with its registered office in Chrząstowice, Poland. Any personal data provided in relation to the performance of the agreement shall be processed exclusively for the needs of its performance and for the purpose of performance of the contact.
2. The Buyer declares that it received any necessary information about the processing of its personal data, as well as information about the rights with which it is vested and any other data that should be provided pursuant to Art. 13 and 14 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Journal of Laws of the European Union L 2016.119.1), hereinafter referred to as GDPR). The information about the processing of personal data by Corotop Inc. is provided on the website at the following address: in the tile Information Clause for Clients (Buyers of Goods) and persons designated for agreement performance.
3. The Parties jointly declare that for the purpose of correct performance of the Agreement, the Buyer shall process personal data of the employees or contracting partners of Corotop Inc. who were designated for agreement performance.
4. The Buyer declares that it shall process the personal data shared with it in line with GDPR and other legal provisions that are commonly binding and that protect the rights of data subjects.
5. The Buyer shall provide, on behalf of Corotop Inc., all persons whose data are shared, with information referred to in Art. 13 and 14 of the GDPR – in line with the information clause provided by Corotop Inc., referred to in Section 2 above.