In these general terms and conditions, the following terms have the following meanings:
Without prejudice to the provisions of Articles 6 and 7,
MOOI PR is obliged to notify the Client in good time if MOOI PR anticipates that the
budget approved by the Client will be exceeded.
MOOI PR is entitled to ask the Client for an advance payment towards its charges, fees,
costs, administrative overheads and third-party costs.
MOOI PR will handle items entrusted to it by or on behalf of the Client with due care, but does not accept any liability in this respect for, among other things, the mislaying, damage, destruction, disappearance or other form of loss of items entrusted to it by or on behalf of the Client. The Client will be deemed to have adequately insured the items referred to in this article at its own expense and risk.
For work outsourced by MOOI PR to third parties with the Client’s consent, the Client not only has to adhere to these general terms and conditions but also to the third party’s terms and conditions which are then applicable to that work. Where such outsourced work is concerned, MOOI PR outsources the work in the Client’s name and at the Client’s expense.
MOOI PR regards all the Client’s assignments as having been issued to ‘the organisation’, even if it is the Client’s explicit or implicit intention that the assignment be performed by a particular individual. The applicability of Section 7:404 of the Dutch Civil Code (Burgerlijk Wetboek), which provides for a scheme in the latter case,
is hereby excluded. In addition,
the applicability of Section 7:407(2), which creates joint and several liability
for those cases in which an assignment is issued to two or more persons, is hereby expressly
All legal relationships between the Client and MOOI PR are governed by Dutch law. Any and all disputes will be submitted exclusively to the
competent court of Amsterdam.