The Treaty is governed by the law of the Netherlands. All disputes arising out of or related to the contract are first attempted by the supplier and the buyer to be settled in good faith and in a spirit of mutual cooperation through consultation and negotiation. All disputes that are not settled within thirty (thirty) days from the date on which the dispute in question first arose may be submitted to the competent court of Arnhem. These General Terms and Conditions of Purchase (“General Terms and Conditions of Sale”) govern and form an integral part of all agreements entered into and orders placed by the Buyer for the supply of goods and/or services by your company (hereinafter referred to as “Supplier”). Any such agreement or order is referred to as an “agreement”. As used here, the term “goods” covers both physical and intangible goods, including software, service requirements, spare parts, and any software and/or documentation that may be added to the goods. The reference to “goods” is called, where appropriate, a reference to services. Supplier agrees that it will not export or export, directly or indirectly, any confidential information, goods, software and/or technology of buyer to any country without complying with all applicable international and national export control laws, for which the Netherlands, the United States of America or any other country requires, at the time of export or re-export, an export licence or other administrative authorization without first obtaining such a licence or authorization. Supplier also undertakes to inform Buyer whether or not Supplier`s product or technology is controlled in the United States, in accordance with its own country`s export control legislation, and, if so, how long the Critical Importance of the Export Classification Number (ECCN) is for the purposes of the Supplier`s obligations under the Contract.
In the event that, for any reason, the supplier expects difficulties in meeting an agreed delivery date or otherwise in accordance with a requirement of the contract, the supplier must immediately inform the buyer in writing.. . . .