Privacy, complaints and conditions
Privacy in your contacts with the Diet Store
When entering into your appointment, we will record certain data in our secure patient registration system. We are obliged to register this information.Further on, you can read what they are used for and how they are protected.
-Name, address, date of birth
For proper treatment, it is necessary that we, as your practitioner, file up. This is also a legal duty imposed by the Medical Treatment Agreement Act (WGBO). Your file contains notes about your health status and details of the studies and treatments performed. Under the law, medical records must be kept for 15 years. You are always entitled to access your file as well as the removal of (data from) your file.
We do our best to ensure your privacy. This means, among other things, that we:
-Handle your personal and medical data carefully
-Ensuring that unauthorized persons do not have access to your data, we work and store your data in a secure environment, while our laptops are password protected and only accessible to us personally.
Emails with personal information are always sent via a secure e-mail (care email).
As your handler and paramedic, we, Mirjam Bakker and Frederike Karduks are the only ones to have access to the data in your file. We have a legal obligation of confidentiality (professional secrecy).
The data from your file can also be used for the following purposes:
To inform other caregivers, for example your (home) doctor. If you have been referred to me by your (home) doctor, he will always receive a report. If you do not have a referral from a doctor, this can only be done with your explicit consent
-For use in the case of observation, during one of our absence, the above colleague may see your file in practice, if necessary.
-For anonymised use during peer review.
-For any application for medical supplies, if any.
If we wish to use your data for any other reason, we will inform you in advance and explicitly ask your permission, which you can withdraw if desired.
PRIVACY MBT your health insurance
When your consultations are submitted, the following data, necessary for your health care provider, will be sent along.
name, address and place of residence
-your date of birth, insurance number and BSN
-the date, duration, and type of treatment (1st or follow-up consultation)
-medical indication for your treatment
We do everything we can to provide you with good care. If you are not satisfied, it is important to discuss this with us. We want to do everything we can to get out with you. If that is not enough for you, you can file a complaint with stichting Zorggeschil.
Van Praktijk Mirjam Bakker, dietist (KVK registration The Diet Shop) further named: The Diet Shop, located at Oak Street 2A 2565MX The Hague.
Article 1: definitions
1.1 Client/customer (hereinafter referred to as the person concerned), the other party, who enters into an agreement with the diet shop, and/or the person who requests a quote or proposal from the diet store and is sent one by the dietary shop.
1.2 Agreement: the binding agreement between the diet shop and the data subject, in any form, as well as the modification(s) and supplement(s) thereto and any (further) order placed under the agreement.
Article 2: Application
21. These conditions apply to all offers and offers or proposals from the diet store, as well as to all agreements to be concluded by the diet store and related activities, including. including the supply of goods and services, excluding the general conditions of the data subject.
2.2 The conclusion of an agreement, as defined in Article 4 of these conditions, means that these conditions have been accepted by the client/buyer.
2.3 Derogations from these conditions must be expressly agreed in writing. Derogations shall then apply only to the relevant offers and agreements to which they apply.
2.4 If the dietary shop does not always require strict compliance with these conditions, this does not entail the application of these conditions and/or that the dietary shop loses the right to require strict compliance with these conditions in future or similar cases.
2.5 If the person concerned is a natural person who does not act in the pursuit of a profession or business, the articles of those conditions, or their components, which are unreasonably burdensome to him/her – because they appear on the list referred to in Article 6:236 bw or are contrary to the provisions of mandatory consumer law – shall not apply. In that case, the other provisions shall continue to apply in full.
2.6 The destruction and/or nullity of any provision of these conditions shall be without prejudice to the validity of the other provisions of these conditions. The contrary, non-legal provision shall be deemed to have been replaced by a provision which shall do as much justice as possible to the purpose and scope of the original provision.
Article 3: Offers, offers or proposals
3.1 All offers, offers or proposals from the diet store are always non-binding, unless expressly stated in writing otherwise, or if they contain a time limit for acceptance.
3.2 If an offer or offer contains a non-binding offer and is accepted by the data subject, the dietary shop has the right to withdraw the offer within 3 working days of receipt of the acceptance. Offers and offers or proposals from the diet shop can only be accepted by the person concerned without deviations.
3.3 Oral offers and offers or proposals may not be binding unless they have been confirmed in writing or not by the dietary shop afterwards.
3.4 All statements of advice provided by the dietary shop, exercises, supplementation proposals, possible side effects or side effects, types, sizes, dimensions, numbers, weights, tariffs, and processing options shall be made known with the utmost care. However, without being vouched for by or because of the diet shop, no deviations can or will occur. Should these occur unexpectedly, they will not bind the diet shop under any circumstances.
Article 4: Agreements
4.1 An agreement is made by written confirmation and acceptance by the diet shop. This confirmation and acceptance is usually made in writing or by e-mail.
4.2 The text of a confirmation, as defined in paragraph 1 of this Article, determines the content of the agreement.
4.3 If the person concerned refers to several (legal) persons, they are all jointly and severally liable for the fulfilment of the contract. Should the contract be concluded on behalf of the person concerned by a third party, that third party shall ensure that the person concerned has accepted these conditions. In the absence of these, the third party is bound by these conditions as if he/she himself were the person concerned.
4.4 The diet store is entitled to engage third parties in implementation of the agreement.
4.5 Subject to the express written consent of the diet shop, the person concerned is prohibited from transfering rights or duties from the agreement to third parties.
4.6 the diet store is authorised to request that an agreement be refused in whole or in part for its pending reasons or to suspend the implementation of contracts already in progress. This power may be invoked, among other things, because of the content, scope or form of such a request, as well as because of technical objections, refusal of (advance) payment or conflict of application with the interests of the diet store or third parties including other clients/customers.
4.7 The data subject cannot rely on an agreement if, before or in the performance of the contract, it appears that the information provided by the data subject is not correct or incomplete. the diet shop reserves the right not to perform an agreement or not to continue performing an agreement. In that case, the diet store may never be obliged to compensate the person concerned for any damage, without prejudice to the right and possibility of the dietary shop to be entitled to compensation for damages in respect of him/her or to still perform the contract at a higher price than agreed, to which he/she is then obliged.
Article 5: Content, amendment and cancellation of the agreement
5.1 Agreements shall be entered into indefinitely, unless the parties to the agreement have agreed another period or if the nature of the agreement results in another period.
5.2 The person concerned carries the risk of misunderstandings as to the content and implementation of the agreement. This may be the case if they find their cause in specifications or other communications not correctly, in due course or incomplete, not received in due course or by a person appointed by the person responsible for this purpose or transmitted by any technical means such as the telephone, fax, e-mail and similar transmission media.
5.3 The data subject cannot derive any rights from advice and information which he receives from the diet store if they do not relate directly to the agreement.
5.4 Any full or partial modification of the agreement by the person concerned is only possible if the dietary shop agrees in writing. If a total or partial amendment to the contract leads to additional costs, the dietary shop shall be entitled to charge compensation to the person concerned, to the extent that in any case all additional costs are passed on to the person concerned. In addition, the person concerned is fully liable to third parties for the consequences of the change in the agreement and exempts the diet shop in this regard.
5.5 Subject to the express written consent of the diet shop, the person concerned is not entitled to cancel the contract in whole or in part.
5.6 To a written consent as referred to in paragraph 5, the diet store may attach the condition that it is entitled to charge the person concerned with compensation. This compensation may include the losses suffered by the diet store and profits foregone. And in any case, this includes the costs already incurred by the diet store in preparation, including those of reserved production capacity, purchased materials, services and storage. In addition, in the event of total or partial cancellation by the data subject, he/she is fully liable to third parties for the consequences of the cancellation and exempts the diet shop in this regard.
5.7 If, in the opinion of the dietary shop, it appears that, in the performance of the dietary shop, it is necessary for proper implementation to modify and/or supplement the work to be carried out, the dietary shop shall inform the data subject concerned. After that, the agreement will be amended in whole or not. the diet shop may never have been held by such a change to any compensation for damage to the person concerned.
Article 6: Prices and price changes
6.1 The parties may agree on a fixed fee when an agreement is reached. If the parties have not agreed on a fixed fee by agreement, the fee will be determined on the basis of the hours actually spent by the diet shop. The fee is then calculated on the basis of the hourly rates used by the diet store.
6.2 All prices specified by the diet store (including fees) are in euros and do not include sales tax and other government-imposed levies and increases, unless explicitly otherwise stated in writing.
6.3 the diet shop is entitled to pass on additional costs, which are not explicitly included in the agreement, to the data subject separately, if the infimation of these costs is necessary for the performance of the contract.
6.4 The diet shop is also entitled to increase the agreed prices and rates, including in the case of interim increases and/or allowances on goods prices, costs of materials, semi-finished products or services, which are necessary for the implementation of the agreement, shipping costs, wages or social charges, the fall in the value of the agreed currency and any other government measures that increase price increases. In the case where appropriate, the person concerned shall be informed in writing as soon as possible.
6.5 If, following the conclusion of the agreement, the prices for the realisation of the agreement are increased before the dietary shop has fully implemented its obligations under the agreement, the dietary shop shall be entitled to adjust and amend its prices accordingly if and to the extent that 3 months after the conclusion of the agreement have expired.
Article 7: Payment
7.1 The amounts due under the agreement shall be charged by an invoice. Payment should be in euros and within the payment period specified in the agreement, i.m. the fatal payment period. If no payment period is included in the agreement, payment must be made within 14 days of invoice date, i.m. the fatal payment period. All orders made via the Internet by the data subject must be paid in advance. Before the pre-payment has been negotiated, the person concerned cannot assert any right to carry out the order in question.
7.2 The person concerned cannot claim any right of discount, suspension or retention. Compensation by the person concerned shall be permitted only if the diet shop has acknowledged the claim of the person concerned in writing.
7.3 The diet store is entitled to demand payment of the costs incurred for the entire delivery in addition to the payment of the first part.
7.4 The person concerned shall always, and irrespective of the agreed payment conditions, be required, at the first request of the dietary shop, to provide security for the satisfaction of the amounts to be paid to the dietary shop under the agreement. The security offered will have to be such that the claim is properly covered with any interest and costs that may be covered and that the diet shop will be able to recover from it without difficulty. Any security that may later become insufficient will have to be supplemented at the first request of the diet shop to a sufficient security. Furthermore, the person concerned shall always, and irrespective of the agreed payment conditions, be required to pay an advance for the satisfaction of the amounts to be paid to the dietary shop under the agreement, in particular as regards any procurement, development, manufacturing and transport costs related to the agreement (all in the broadest sense of the word). In the case of non-compliance, the person concerned is in default without the need for a written default by the diet shop. the diet shop shall, if not without prejudice to the rights granted to it under the law, be empowered, among other things, to suspend the implementation of the contract until the person concerned has reinstated it.
7.5 Payments shall be deemed to have been made first, irrespective of the appointment, in order to satisfy the interest and costs that have been opened, and then to the satisfaction of the oldest outstanding invoice.
7.6 In the event of the fatal payment period being exceeded, the person concerned shall be in default and shall subsequently be liable for a contractual interest of 1,5 % per month (cumulative) on the amount of the payment due, with each month entered as a full month, without prejudice to the other rights which the diet store may incur in respect of the person concerned because of non-timely payment.
7.7 the dietary shop shall be entitled and empowered, in the absence of a situation of omission, as defined in paragraph 6 of this Article, to suspend and cease the implementation of the contract without delay until the person concerned has fully fulfilled his outstanding financial obligations.
7.8 If the dietary shop is forced to hand over its claim, apart from its further claims for damages, all costs shall be borne by the person concerned, both legal and extrajudicial. The latter is fixed on 15% of the amount to be claimed, with a minimum of € 250,–.
Article 8: Delivery times
8.1 The delivery times specified by the diet store are only approximately determined and can therefore never be considered a fatal time limit.
8.2 The delivery time does not begin until all commercial and technical details between the parties have been agreed, all necessary data is in the possession of the diet shop, the agreed (term) payments have been received and all other conditions for the implementation of the agreement have been met.
8.3 If there are circumstances other than those known to the dietary shop when it set the delivery time, it is competent and entitled to extend the specified delivery time by the time limit necessary to implement the contract under these circumstances. In case the necessary work cannot be (anymore) fitted into the schedule of the diet store, these will be carried out as soon as the planning permits.
8.4 If the diet store has suspended the implementation of the agreement, the specified delivery time shall be extended by the duration of the suspension.
8.5 The mere expiry of the delivery time does not result in any omission on the part of the diet shop, even in the case of a writtenly agreed fatal delivery period.
8.6 In the event of an untimely delivery, the diet shop must first be defaulted in writing by the person concerned, giving the diet shop a reasonable period of compliance. This period can never be shorter than 28 working days. the diet shop can never be liable for damages and in default within this period.
Article 9: Implementation of the Agreement
9.1 The diet store is free in the way it implements the agreement, unless the parties have made written explicit agreements on it. All similarities are performed by the diet store in an order to be determined by it.
9.2 The diet shop is not required to deliver business in portions. Moreover, the diet store does have the right to comply with the agreement in partial deliveries. When delivered in parts, each delivery should be considered as a separate transaction.
9.3 In the implementation of the agreement, the trader is also required by the dietary shop to do all that is reasonably necessary or desirable in order to enable timely delivery by the diet shop.
9.4 If the person concerned does not fulfil his obligations under the agreement with the dietary shop, the dietary shop shall be empowered and entitled to suspend and terminate the fulfilment of the contract without delay or to terminate, cancel or amend the contract in whole or in part. the diet shop may never be required by such suspension, dissolution, cancellation or modification to any compensation for damage to the person concerned. However, the person concerned is required to compensate for all damages resulting from the delay caused by the suspension, including to third parties, and he exempts the dietary shop in this regard. In addition, in the event of a dissolution, cancellation or amendment of the agreement, the dietary shop shall have the right, in addition to the costs already incurred by it for the performance of the contract, to charge the person concerned with compensation of 50% of the invoice amount of the terminated, cancelled or amended part of the contract, without prejudice to the right of the dietary shop to full compensation. In addition, the data subject is fully liable to third parties for the consequences of the dissolution, cancellation or modification of the contract and exempts the diet shop in this regard.
Article 10: Transport, storage and risk
10.1 Delivery of the items to be delivered by the diet shop shall be delivered at the address indicated by the person concerned. This address must be able to be reached and abandoned safely and by means of transport by means of transport. The person concerned is required to receive the items to be delivered by the diet store immediately.
10.2 The method of transport, shipping, packaging and the like is always determined by the diet shop.
10.3 The adoption of the items supplied by the diet shop to the data subject is proof that they are in their inwardly good condition, at which point the risk passes to the person concerned.
10.4 The diet store is not charged with storing the items to be delivered unless expressly otherwise agreed in writing. If, for whatever reason, storage takes place, for example if the person concerned does not receive or cannot purchase the items to be delivered by the diet store, this is always at the expense and risk of the person concerned. the diet store then always has the right to use its competence as defined in Article 6:90 BW.
10.5 If there is a trade-in and the person concerned continues to use the case (matters) to be exchanged in anticipation of the new case (matters) to be supplied by the dietary shop, the risk of the case (business) to be exchanged with the person concerned remains until the moment he has placed it in the possession of the diet store.
Article 11: Reservation of ownership and lien
11.1 the diet shop shall continue to own all the items it has supplied, including , but not limited to, written opinions, manuscripts, proposals, brochures, designs, sketches, drawings, films, books, software and (electronic) files, as long as the data subject has not fully complied with all that he is required to do under the agreement. In particular to its commitments, including interest and costs.
11.2 The diet shop always has the right to take back or take back the items it has supplied. The data subject therefore authorising the diet shop or third parties called in to do so in the premises, houses and other buildings where the items supplied are stored and/or placed and to do or fail to do or fail to do what is or may be beneficial to the repossession of the items supplied. This is on pain of forfeiture of a direct and without further noticeable fine of € 10,000,– per day, which he defaults on.
11.3 The items delivered by the diet store may only be processed and resold by the client/customer in the course of normal business.
11.4 The person concerned is not permitted to assert any rights to matters on which there is a reservation of ownership under this Article, such as the pledging of the business and/or to object to it with any other right. The person concerned shall also be obliged and obliged to inform the dietary shop in writing immediately if third parties wish to assert rights to matters which are subject to a reservation of ownership under this Article.
11.5 At the first request of the diet shop, the person concerned undertakes:
(a) to insure and ensure the protection of property under this Article against fire, explosion and water damage, against theft and disappearance and to give the relevant policy(s) of that insurance(s) to the dietary shop for inspection;
(b) to pledge all claims made by the data subject to insurers concerning the matters supplied by the dietary shop on which a reservation of ownership is based on this Article to the dietary shop in the manner prescribed in Article 3:239 BW;
(c) to pledge the claims obtained by the person concerned against customers in the resale of the items supplied by the dietary shop on which a reservation of ownership is based on this Article, to the dietary shop in the manner prescribed in Article 3:239 BW;
(d) to mark and design the matters supplied by the dietary shop on which a reservation of ownership is due to be reserved for ownership;
(e) to cooperate in any other way with all reasonable measures which the dietary shop wishes to take in order to protect and safeguard its property rights in respect of the matters supplied by it under reservation of ownership, on pain of forfeiture of a fine of € 2,500,– per day which is due without further notice.
11.6 If the diet store is unable to invoke its reservation of ownership because the items it supplied are mixed, distorted or traced, the person concerned is obliged to pledge or mortgage the newly formed items to the diet shop. This is on pain of a direct and undiscorable fine of € 2,500,– per day that he defaults.
Article 12: Time limits/right of withdrawal
12.1 In the case of distance purchases, as is the case when a data subject orders over the Internet, a viewing period of 7 working days is given to them after receipt of the ordered products. Within this period, he/she is entitled to terminate the underlying agreement and return the ordered products without giving reasons.
12.2 If the person concerned is using the right of withdrawal as described in paragraph 1 of this Article, the dietary shop shall ensure that the reimbursement is paid to the dietary shop within 30 (30) working days of the data subject' s pay, with the exception of the delivery costs.
12.3 The right of withdrawal excludes the distance purchase:
12.3.a. of products, the price of which is linked to fluctuations in the financial market, over which the diet store has no influence;
12.3.b. of products, which
1. have been established in accordance with the specifications of the data subject;
2. are clearly personal in nature;
3. cannot be returned by their nature;
4. be able to spoil or age rapidly;
5. of newspapers or magazines.
12.3.c. of audio and video recordings, computer equipment, software or other similar products, if the client/customer has broken the seal.
12.3.d. of travel (booking of air tickets, hotel or accommodation reservations, etc.).
Article 13: Advertisements
13.1 the diet shop will endeavour to do all it can to ensure that the performance it delivers, including, in particular, the supply of business, meets the reasonably required requirements.
13.2 The data subject is obliged to thoroughly inspect the performance and business provided by the diet shop immediately after the implementation of the agreement for errors and defects. If there is such a presence, he/she shall inform the dietary shop immediately but not later than 3 working days after the execution and delivery in writing or by e-mail.
13.3 If, within three working days of the date of execution and delivery, the data subject does not point out to the diet store the errors and defects which could have been noticed or should have been noticed during thorough investigation, the person concerned shall be deemed to agree to the condition in which the services and cases were delivered and the right to advertising shall be deemed to be cancelled.
13.4 The person concerned has been required to specify precisely any errors and defects he/she have found by him/her on the presentation of relevant evidence.
13.5 the diet store should be immediately enabled to check the errors and defects identified by the person concerned. If, in the opinion of the dietary shop, the errors and deficiencies identified by the data subject are justified, the dietary shop shall have the choice of either granting fair compensation, taking into account the provisions of Article 13, or, in consultation with the data subject, ensuring an adequate solution such as the free repair of the errors and defects. In that case, the person concerned may never claim any replacement or additional compensation.
13.6 In any event, the services provided by the dietary shop shall be considered sound if the data subject has put the supply or part of the delivered into service, processed or processed it to third parties, has put into service, processed or processed it or delivered it to third parties, unless the person concerned has complied with the provisions of this Article.
13.7 If, by reasonableness and fairness, the three-day period referred to in the second and third paragraphs of this Article is to be regarded as unacceptably short for a carefully and alert person concerned, that period shall be extended until the first time at which the examination or the knowledge of the diet shop is reasonably possible for the person concerned.
13.8 The person concerned is not entitled to terminate the agreement or to leave all or part of his obligations, to suspend or to postpone if the dietary shop fails to fulfil its obligations under the agreement, unless there is gross negligence or serious culpability.
Article 14: Liability and damages
14.1 The diet shop does not accept any liability for damage suffered by the person concerned, unless it is the direct result of an attributable deficiency or tort by the diet shop. In that case, the diet store is only liable to the extent that this liability is covered by the insurance of the diet store, up to the maximum amount of the benefit made by the insurer.
14.2 If, for whatever reason, the diet shop's insurer does not make a payment, or the damage is not covered by the insurance, liability shall in the case be limited to the invoice amount of the contract up to a maximum of € 2,500,–. the diet shop is not obliged to compensate for any further damage and costs, in any case and of any kind, including business damage (including, for example, stagnation damage and foregone profits), intangible damage or other consequential damage seen by the person concerned.
14.3 The diet shop is also not liable in cases of force majeure, as defined in Article 14 of these conditions.
14.4 The restrictions contained in this article shall not apply if the damage is the result of intent or gross negligence on the part of the diet shop.
14.5 The data subject exempts the diet shop from all third party liabilities due to a defect in a product supplied by the data subject to a third party and which (in part) consisted of products and/or materials supplied by the diet store.
Article 15: Force majeure
15.1 Circumstances beyond the will and action of the diet shop, whether foreseeable or not at the time of the conclusion of the agreement, which are of such a nature that compliance with the agreement can no longer reasonably be required of the diet shop, shall be considered force majeure, irrespective of permanent or temporary, and free the dietary shop from the obligations to comply.
15.2 Force majeure means in any case: war, disturbances, natural disasters, storm damage, fire, earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, abnormal weather conditions, snow, snowfall, frost, ice corridor, strikes, exclusion or lack of personnel, defects in auxiliary and means of transport, traffic barriers, theft of goods, power supply failures, internet connections and cable, telephone or other communication networks such as e-mail, third-party failure, which have been enabled by the diet shop, as well as all barriers , caused by government action. Force majeure on the part of suppliers and distributors of the diet store, just as delivery problems caused by supposedly difficult-to-deliver addresses are also covered by this force majeure provision.
15.3 In the case of force majeure, the dietary shop has the right to terminate all or part of the contract without judicial intervention, without the person concerned being entitled to compensation.
Article 16: Dissolution and termination
16.1 If the person concerned fails to fulfil his obligations under the agreement or circumstances arise as referred to in paragraph 2 of this Article, the dietary shop shall have the right to terminate the agreement immediately in the interim, without the need for a default. In that case, the person concerned will not be entitled to any compensation and is required to compensate all damages, interest and costs resulting from the interim dissolution or termination to the diet shop.
16.2 The diet shop is entitled, inter a half, to terminate the agreement in the interim if the person concerned fails to pay in time or fulfil other obligations under the agreement (including these conditions), or if any of the following circumstances arise or threaten to occur:
(a) one or more assets of the person concerned are seized in a protective or enforcement order;
(b) the person concerned is being applied for bankruptcy;
(c) he/she is declared bankrupt;
(d) he/she shall be granted suspension of payment, whether provisional or not, or requested by him/her;
(e) he/she dies, is placed under guardianship and/or under administration;
(f) the undertaking of the person concerned shall be discontinued and/or dissolved and/or liquidated and/or transferred to a third party;
(g) the diet store is declared bankrupt;
(h) the person concerned is carrying out or failing to carry out any actions which seriously discredit the good name of the diet shop or of third parties including other clients/customers;
(i) the person concerned no longer complies with rules or regulations laid down by or under the law;
(j) he/she reports a late payment.
16.3 If the dietary shop has already made any performance in the performance of the agreement at the time of dissolution, these benefits and the related commitments will not be the subject of undoing.
Article 17: Restitution made available
17.1 After the termination of the agreement, the person concerned will immediately make available to it, at the first request of the dietary shop, on pain of a fine of € 250 per day, subject to a direct and undiscovered fine of € 250,– per day of default.
Article 18: Rights of industrial and intellectual property
18.1 Unless expressly otherwise agreed in writing, the intellectual property rights (including, in particular, copyrights) of all offers and offers, provided and presented, reports, reports, reports and reports, which have been made available and provided by the dietary shop, are not explicitly available and provided in writing. , proposals, manuscripts, designs, brochures, sketches, drawings, images, books, films, drawings, (pilot) models, software, etc.) at the diet store and are expressly not transferred regardless of whether the person concerned has been charged for its manufacture.
18.2 The data subject is not entitled and empowered to copy, multiply or disclose the items and data that have been made available, made available and delivered by the dietary shop. The person concerned is only competent and entitled to resell the business sold and delivered to him by the dietary shop to third parties in the course of his normal business, provided that he does not alter and/or deteriorate the situation of the business.
18.3 Without the prior written consent of the diet store, the data subject is not permitted to use the diet store's logos, brands, trade names or other intellectual property in his communication (including advertisements and other advertisements) with third parties.
18.4 In the case of infringement of this article, the person concerned must pay a fine for each offence to the diet shop. This is a direct and non-payable fine of € 2,500,–, as well as a fine of € 250,– for each day or part of it that the offence continues. Without prejudice to his duty to pay the diet shop full compensation in this area, if it was allowed to pay more than reported fines.
18.5 The data subject shall ensure that the materials and data provided and supplied by him to the diet store do not contain any restrictions on ownership, property rights, copyrights and intellectual property claims, which may be invoked by third parties. He/she exempts the diet shop from claims of any third parties in this regard.
18.6 The data subject also insists that the information carriers, electronic files or software provided and supplied by him to the diet store, electronic files or software, are free from viruses and defects.
Article 19: Applicable law and competent court
19.1 Only Dutch law applies to agreements to which these conditions apply and subsequent agreements resulting thereof.
19.2 All disputes arising from the agreements to which these conditions apply or from further agreements, which may result from them, including their implementation, will be resolved by the competent court in Alkmaar. This is without prejudice to the fact that the diet store has the power to present the dispute to the court within the district in which the person concerned resides.
Article 20: Amendment and interpretation of the conditions
20.1 These conditions have been filed with the Chamber of Commerce and Factories in The Hague.
20.2 In the case of an explanation of the content and scope of these conditions, the Dutch text is always decisive.
20.3 These terms and conditions may be amended and amended. Any future adjustments and amendments shall also apply to agreements concluded before the date of amendment and adjustment, unless expressly agreed in writing.
20.4 The amendments and amendments shall enter into force 21 working days after publication, unless otherwise indicated by publication.