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02:08:18 Saturday, 18 August 2018     Legal Terms and Conditions

    
 

CARTHAGENA MANAGEMENT Ltd.

OFFSHORE COMPANIES INCORPORATIONS AND REGISTRATIONS OFFICERS 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Definitions and scope

The general terms and conditions of service, hereafter referred to as the "general terms and conditions", apply to all orders placed with Cartagena Management Ltd (Manu Claessens), with registered office at Cooper House, Lower Charlton Estate 5, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 5QE, UK, registered in the Companies House in the United Kingdom under the number GB-826-4997-80 trading under the name "Carthagena Management", hereinafter referred to as "the service provider".

The present general terms and conditions form the agreement that binds the service provider and the customer, they are hereafter jointly called the "parties". The "customer" is any natural or legal person who orders services from the service provider.

The "consumer" is the customer, natural person, who acts for purposes outside his trade, business, craft or profession.

The present general terms and conditions are the only ones applicable, with the exclusion of general or special terms and conditions of the customer that the service provider has explicitly accepted in writing.

The general terms and conditions can be consulted at any time on the website of the service provider: https://www.carthagenamanagement.com/, so that the customer must declare when he places an order that he has taken note of the general conditions and confirms that he accepts the resulting rights and obligations.

The service provider reserves the right to change these general terms and conditions at any time, without prior notice, provided that these changes are displayed on his website. These changes will apply to the orders for services that are subsequently placed.



Offer and order

To place an order, the customer chooses the service (s) he wishes to order and informs the service provider by telephone, by mail, by e-mail or, if applicable, by means of an online form.

The service provider sends the customer a confirmation by e-mail to the e-mail address that the customer has specified. Parallel with this confirmation, the service provider provides information about the price of the ordered service including any taxes and charges, the delivery cost of the products, the total amount that will be paid by the customer.

The Agreement will be deemed to have come into effect as soon as the e-mail in which the order is confirmed is sent to the e-mail address specified by the customer.

The e-mail contains an entry that reminds the customer of the application of the present general conditions, as well as the existence of the right of withdrawal of consumers.

It is the customers responsibility to check the correctness of the order and immediately report any errors to the service provider.

The service provider reserves the right to suspend, cancel or refuse the customer's order, especially if the data communicated by the customer are manifestly erroneous or incomplete or if there is a dispute regarding the payment of a previous order.

In case of cancellation of the order by the customer, for whatever reason and except in case of force majeure, after it has been accepted by the service provider, the service provider will acquire a sum equal to 50% of the price of the order for damages and interest and are invoiced to the customer, with a minimum of EUR 500.00, without prejudice to the service provider's right to full compensation, including lost profits.



Payment

The invoices are payable, in the currency of the invoice, at the registered office of the service provider at the latest on the due date as stated on the invoice or in the absence of an expiration date no later than 8 calendar days after the invoice date. Any disputes relating to an invoice must be sent by registered mail to the registered office of the service provider within eight days of receipt of the invoice. Failing this, the customer can no longer dispute the invoice. In the absence of payment of an invoice on the due date, the full outstanding amounts become immediately due and payable.

Any invoice that remains unpaid on the due date will, in the case of a private individual, legally and without prior notice result in an interest of 8% per year. With regard to traders, the Law of 2 August 2002 will apply. In addition, every invoice that remains unpaid on the due date will, by way of compensation and interest, be automatically and without prior notice increased by a lump-sum compensation amounting to 15% of the unpaid amount, with a minimum of 125.00 EUR. without prejudice to the right of the service provider to full compensation, including lost profit.


Price

The price of the services is shown in euros, taxes not included. Any increase in VAT (Value Added Tax) or any new tax that would be imposed between the time of the order and the execution, will automatically be charged to the customer.

Any costs of delivery are not included in the price shown but are calculated separately in the course of the ordering procedure, depending on the manner and place of delivery, as well as on the number of services ordered.



Terms

Any invoice that remains unpaid on the due date will, in the case of a private individual, legally and without prior notice result in an interest of 8% per year. With regard to traders, the Law of 2 August 2002 will apply. In addition, every invoice that remains unpaid on the due date will, by way of compensation and interest, be automatically and without prior notice increased by a lump-sum compensation amounting to 15% of the unpaid amount, with a minimum of 125.00 EUR. without prejudice to the right of the service provider to full compensation, including lost profit.

The customer can not invoke the execution periods for termination of the agreement, can not demand compensation or interest and can, unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing by the service provider, not apply any other claim.

In the event of a delay in the delivery of more than thirty working days, the customer will have to send a letter of formal notice to the service provider by registered mail, as a result of which the latter will then have 50% of the prescribed period to execute the ordered services.

Right of withdrawal

The provisions of this article do not apply to professional Buyers.

In accordance with article VI.47 of the Code of Economic Law, the consumer who orders these services remotely from the service provider has a period of 14 calendar days from the day of the conclusion of the agreement, namely the day on which the consumer per e-mail receive a summary of his order. If this period expires on a Saturday, Sunday or a public holiday, it will be extended to the next working day.

The consumer can express his will to renounce the purchase via a withdrawal form that is placed online on the website of the service provider, via a form that is sent together with the order form or is available on the website of the FPS Economy , SMEs, Self-employed and Energy: economics.fgov.be, or, through a statement that demonstrates the will to revoke the agreement undeniably. The service provider will refund the amount paid by the customer to the latter as soon as possible.

The consumer who expressly accepts that the ordered service is already being carried out before the expiry of the 14-day period and acknowledges that this execution results in the loss of this right of withdrawal, will be unable to exercise this right of withdrawal any longer, in accordance with article VI.53 of the Code of Economic Law. The consumer will also be unable to exercise his right of withdrawal if he is in one of the other exceptions envisaged by article VI.53 of the Code of Economic Law.



Cancellation of the order

The customer who does not fulfill the conditions to use the right of withdrawal described in the previous clause of the present general conditions and who wishes to cancel his order must notify the service provider, who will in turn inform the customer with about the procedure that should be followed. Any advance paid by the customer to the service provider will not be refunded to the customer. If no advance payment is made by the customer, the service provider has the right to demand a termination fee of 50% of the price of the services that were part of the order canceled by the customer, with a minimum of 500, 00 EUR, without prejudice to the right of the service provider to full compensation, including lost profit.



Execution of the order

The execution terms indicated by the service provider are provided for information purposes only and do not bind the service provider, they only impose an obligation of means, on the part of the service provider. A delay in the execution of the order can therefore in no case give rise to any compensation, interest, termination of the agreement and / or suspension of the obligations of the customer. The order will only be executed after full payment.



Receipt of the order and complaints

Any complaints regarding the services provided by the service provider will have to be submitted in writing, within a period of 5 working days after the fact that caused the complaint occurred. Failure to submit the complaint in the aforementioned manner and within the set deadline will not be taken into account.

If a complaint proves to be well-founded, the service provider has the choice between replacing the relevant services or repaying the price of these services.



Intellectual property rights

The information, logos, drawings, brands, models, slogans, the corporate identity, etc. which are accessible via the website or the catalog of the service provider, are protected by intellectual property rights.

Unless expressly stipulated otherwise, the customer is not permitted to modify, reproduce, rent, lend, sell, distribute, create or use derivative works based on all or part of the elements depicted on the website or in the catalog of the service provider. 

Unless expressly deviated from this, the agreed price does not in any case entail a transfer of the intellectual property rights and / or industrial rights to whatever title.



Guarantees 

Guarantees regarding the services provided. The service provider undertakes to perform the services with due care. With regard to the services provided, the customer has a corresponding guarantee with regard to the services initially requested. If a deviation is established within this period, the service provider will remedy this deviation free of charge and as soon as possible, provided that these deviations are communicated as such to the service provider. Are expressly excluded from the conformity guarantee; the services requested as a result of an unauthorized intervention or change, as a result of incorrect use or as a result of non-conforming use by the customer, or as a result of a deviation created by the intervention of the customer or a third party.

The service provider declares that the result of the services provided, which would be protected by intellectual property rights, constitute original creations. If the service provider had recourse to third parties in order to provide all or part of these services, he declares having obtained all necessary rights and authorizations for the performance of these services.

The service provider therefore indemnifies the customer against any claim, claim, revocation or the objection of any person who invokes an intellectual or industrial property right in respect of all or part of the services rendered, or who acts in an unfair manner.



Liability

The customer acknowledges and accepts that all obligations to which the service provider is bound must be explicitly stated and that he is not liable for his fraud and gross error. In the hypothesis in which the customer demonstrates the existence of a gross error or of fraud on the part of the service provider, the damage to which the customer can claim is limited to the material damage that is the direct result of the fault that is attributed to the service provider, with the exclusion of all other damages. This damage can in any case not exceed 75% (excluding taxes) of the amount actually paid by the customer in execution of the order.

The customer also recognizes that the service provider is not liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by the services provided, such as loss of income, the increase of the general costs, the loss of customers, etc. The service provider is not responsible if the wrong data was passed on by the customer, or if an order is placed by a third party on behalf of the customer.



Internet and new technologies

The customer recognizes the limitations and risks associated with the use of the internet or any other means with which the website will be made available now or in the future. The customer also recognizes the risks associated with the numerical or electronic storage and transfer of data.

The customer accepts, regarding the aforementioned risks, that the service provider can not be held liable for the damage caused by the use of the website (as well as any applications) of the service provider or by the internet. The customer accepts, among other things, that the exchanged electronic communication and the back-ups realized by the service provider can serve as proof.



Various conditions

Case of force majeure or coincidence. The service provider can neither be contractually nor extra contractually liable in case of temporary or permanent non-fulfillment of his obligations, if this non-execution is due to a case of force majeure or coincidence. Are considered in particular as cases of force majeure or of chance:


The loss or total or partial destruction of the computer system of the service provider or its database, if one of these events can not reasonably be directly blamed on the service provider and if it can not be demonstrated that the service provider failed to take all reasonable measures could have avoided these events

Earthquakes

Fire

Floods

Epidemics

Acts of war or terrorism

Announced or unannounced strikes

Lockouts

Blockades

Revolts and riots

A suspension of utilities (such as electricity)

A lack in the internet connection or the databases

A lack in telecommunications networks

A loss of connection to the internet connection or to the telecommunications networks of which the service provider is dependent

A fact or a decision by a third party that influences the proper execution of the present agreement

Any other cause that escapes the reasonable control of the service provider



Unforeseeability

If, due to circumstances independent of the will of the service provider, the latter can no longer meet his obligations or if the performance of these obligations has become more expensive or more difficult, the customer and the service provider commit themselves in good faith and in a loyal manner in a reasonable period of time to renegotiate the contractual conditions in order to restore balance. In the absence of agreement within a reasonable term, each party shall have the right to call for the dissolution of the agreement and of the contractual relations that bind the parties without any compensation of any nature whatsoever.

Termination of the agreement. In case of insolvency of the customer or in case of unpaid debts, even if these arise from previous agreements between the customer and the service provider, the service provider is entitled to suspend the execution of its obligations until the day of full payment by the customer of all outstanding debts. In the event of non-performance of its obligations by the customer, the service provider may immediately terminate the contract at the expense of the customer, without being liable for any compensation. This termination of the agreement may, where appropriate, give rise to payment of damages and interests by the customer to the service provider.

Illegality. Unless expressly stated otherwise, the possible irregularity or nullity of a clause, a paragraph or a condition (or part of a clause, a paragraph or a condition) will have no influence whatsoever on the validity of the other clauses, paragraphs or provisions of the present general terms and conditions, nor the other part of this clause, paragraph or condition.

Titles. The title used in these general terms and conditions is used for reference and convenience only. They do not in any way influence the meaning or the scope of the provisions they designate.

No distance. The inertia, negligence or delay of a party in the performance of one of its rights or means in application of the present general terms and conditions can under no circumstances be regarded as a waiver of this right or means.

Applicable law and competent courts. Any dispute regarding the services provided by the service provider, as well as any dispute regarding the validity, interpretation or implementation of the present general terms and conditions, is governed by British law and falls under the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Bristol Commercial Court, United Kingdom.

Present version the general conditions date from 16/05/2018.




The following Terms & Conditions apply,in order to  process the request for a company formation:


We can not guarantee that a specific name submitted will be registered.


We can not guarantee a specific time for registration.


All information supplied by the client, should be considered correct and the client, will have sought the necessary consent from all, the appointments, he is making in the application.


We reserve the right to refuse to process an application.


Once a name is registered, other companies with similar names have up to 12 months to object to your company name, as being too similar.To avoid this happening you should choose a name which is not similar to another name already registered.If you are forced to change a name, at the direction of Companies House we will not be liable for any costs, liabilities or business losses of any type incurred by yourself in the interim or as a result of being forced to change the name of the company.


If you have bought a readymade company name, this can also be subject to challenge for up to 12 months from the time of incorporation of the company. If you are forced to change a name, at the direction of Companies House we will not be liable for any costs, liabilities or business losses of any type incurred by yourself in the interim or as a result of being forced to change the name of the company.

If you have any questions on this,please mail to : info@carthagenamanagement.com  

 
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