data collected are the customers’ identity data, their correspondence and invoice addresses,
as well as any information that is strictly necessary for the provision and delivery of the
ordered services and/or goods.
13.2. The Customer’s personal data shall be used only in the following way:
– to process the customers’ orders and to deliver the products and provide the services
ordered by the Customer;
– to keep the customers informed of the latest products, special offers and other
information about NRSE products and services;
– to be able to contact the Customer and furnish delivery and invoice information to
the Customer, as well as, if necessary, to provide support to the customers;
– to fulfil contractual obligations.
13.3. Such data shall be collected and used with the permission from the Customer in accordance
with European and national data protection legislation. By placing an order, the Customer
shall be deemed to have given permission for the collection and use of the aforementioned
data. This permission may be withdrawn by the Customer later on.
13.4. Such data shall be stored in the form of a paper file and/or an electronic file. All measures
shall be taken to guarantee their safety.
13.5. Only employees of NRSE shall have access to such data.
13.6. In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a Customer may also ask
NRSE which information has been registered in order to receive the personal data provided
by the Customer to NRSE in an easily legible format and, if necessary, if certain information is
incorrect, to modify this information, and even to transfer the same to third parties.
13.7. NRSE guarantees the security and confidentiality of the data provided by each customer in
accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act of 13 December 1999.
ARTICLE 14 – TRANSFER OF AGREEMENT
14.1. The Customer cannot transfer his rights and obligations under the Agreement, without
prior written permission from NRSE, and under the terms and conditions defined by NRSE.
14.2. NRSE shall be entitled to transfer all or part of its rights and obligations under the Agreement
to a third party without permission from the Customer.
ARTICLE 15 – OBLIGATIONS OF THE CUSTOMER
15.1. NRSE must be immediately notified in writing of any change to one of the Customer’s
15.2. In the event of cancellation of an order or the contract being declared void, or if, without
any error being committed by NRSE, the contract cannot be performed, the Customer shall
be obliged to pay fixed damages amounting to 30% of the total contract sum.
15.3. The Customer shall be personally responsible for the payment of all amounts due. Any other
person who makes a payment shall not acquire any right on account thereof with respect to
ARTICLE 16 – MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
16.1. The Parties hereto shall elect domicile at the address of their registered office for the
performance of the Agreement. All correspondence between NRSE and the Customer shall
be addressed to such addresses.
16.2. In the event of bankruptcy or judicial composition under the Continuity of Enterprises Act of
the Customer, NRSE shall be entitled to immediately terminate the Agreement without
being obliged to pay any damages on account thereof.
16.3. Should any commitment in the Documents be unenforceable or contrary to a mandatory
statutory provision, such unenforceability or invalidity shall not affect the validity and
enforceability of any other provisions of the Documents, nor that part of the provision
concerned that does not conflict with mandatory law.
16.4. Each Party hereto undertakes to negotiate a new provision immediately and in good faith,
which shall replace the invalid or unenforceable provision and which, insofar as legally
possible, comes as close as possible to the Parties’ intention at the time of concluding the
ARTICLE 17 – DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
17.1. All NRSE Documents shall be governed exclusively by the laws of Belgium, to the exclusion of
any international treaties (in particular to the exclusion of inter alia the provisions of the
United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods of 11 April 1980,
the applicable provisions of private international law and the Rome I Regulation on
Contracts for the International Sale of Goods).
17.2. The Courts of the judicial district of Limburg, Tongeren Division, shall have exclusive
jurisdiction over any and all such disputes about the creation, validity, interpretation and
performance of the Documents, as cannot be settled by amicable settlement.