General terms and conditions
for IT-Services of
IT-LINUXMAKER Andreas Günther
1 Scope of application
- The following general terms and conditions shall apply to all legal transactions of the IT service provider IT-LINUXMAKER - hereinafter referred to as IT service provider - with its contractual partner - hereinafter referred to as the customer.
- Insofar as individual contractual provisions exist which deviate from or contradict the provisions of these General Terms and Conditions, the individual contractual provisions shall prevail.
- The Contracting Parties agree to cooperate in accordance with the specific, individual contractual agreement. An employment contract is not intended by the parties and is not justified.
- The IT service provider is responsible for the social security contributions or tax issues and releases the client from any obligations.
- The IT service provider is free to work for other clients as well.
3 Condition of the contract
- The contractual relationship for the IT services comes about by placing a customer order by the client and its acceptance by the IT service provider. The issuance can be made as a confirmation of an offer made by the IT service provider or by the signature of an individual contractual agreement.
- The client is bound to issue the customer order for two weeks. If the customer requests a written offer, he shall bear the costs for the provision of the offer in the event that he does not accept a contract assignment.
- The subject matter of the contract or the exact description of the tasks and services is described in the written order or project contract.
4 Contract duration and termination
- The contract begins and ends at the individually agreed date.
- The contract can be terminated properly. In this respect, a period of three weeks is agreed upon at the end of the month.
- Extraordinary termination for important reasons is possible. An important reason is, for example, if the customer is in arrears with two due, successive payments and does not make an expiry of a reasonable period of grace; Respectively the client after the conclusion of the contract in a financial asset (insolvency, insolvency), unless an application for opening insolvency proceedings has already been filed. Another important reason for an extraordinary termination is a serious illness from the IT service provider.
5 Scope of services, obligations of the contractual partners
- The services to be provided by the IT service provider generally comprise the tasks listed in detail according to the order placed by the customer.
- The IT service provider will inform the client of the results of his activity at regular intervals. Both Contracting Parties may agree on a timetable for the provision of services and a planned end date for the termination of IT services.
- If the IT service provider is in fact not able to perform a contract which is contractually negligible, he must immediately notify the client thereof.
- The IT service provider provides the necessary equipment, tools and the necessary personnel for the service provided that the client does not have the appropriate equipment or premises. Unless otherwise agreed, it is agreed upon individually.
The parties shall endeavor to provide the best possible knowledge and conscience to assist the contractor in providing the respective obligation by providing information, information or experience to ensure a smooth and efficient workflow for both parties.
- Each of the contractual partners may apply to the other contractual partner in writing for changes to the agreed scope of services. After receipt of the amendment, the beneficiary will examine whether and under what conditions the change is feasible and immediately inform the applicant of the consent or rejection in writing and, if necessary, give reasons. If an amendment by the client requires a comprehensive review, the IT service provider's review effort may be calculated on the basis of a previous announcement, provided that the client still has the option to review the amendment.
6 Prices and terms of payment
- The IT services shall be payable and charged at the fixed price specified in the individual contract after termination or upon agreement of the remuneration on a time and material basis, unless a different invoice has been agreed in the contract.
- Estimated estimates for IT services on a time and material basis, in particular in cost estimates (offers) are non-binding. The reimbursement is based on the actual costs incurred. The estimation of the quantities and time estimates is based on an assessment of the scope of services carried out to the best of our knowledge.
- VAT will be charged at the rate of VAT applicable at the time of the service.
- Invoices are payable without deduction 14 days after the date of the invoice, unless the individual contractual agreement deviates from this. If the invoice amount has not been received within 30 days after the date of the invoice, the IT service provider is entitled to claim interest on arrears. The interest on arrears is 8% p.a. Above the base rate applicable at the time of the calculation.
- The IT service provider is liable in cases of intent or gross negligence according to the legal provisions. Liability for guarantees is independent of the fault. The IT service provider is only liable for slight negligence according to the provisions of the Product Liability Act, because of injury to life, body or health or due to the violation of essential contractual obligations. The claim for damages for the slightly negligent violation of essential contractual obligations is, however, limited to the type of foreseeable foreseeable damage, as long as it is not due to injury to life, body or health. The IT service provider is liable to the same extent for the fault of the vicarious agents and representatives.
- The provisions of the preceding paragraph extend to damages in addition to the performance, compensation in lieu of the performance and the claim for compensation due to futile expenses, irrespective of the legal grounds, including liability for defects, delay or impossibility.
- For the business connection between the parties exclusively German law applies.
- If the customer does not have a general court of jurisdiction in Germany or in another EU Member State, the place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from this contract is Stuttgart.