Terms & Conditions
General terms and conditions
1 deBreij B.V. (hereinafter: the ‘firm’) is a private company, with limited liability, having its registered office in Amsterdam, The Netherlands with the number 70144133, whose purpose it is to conduct the practice of attorney (advocaat).
2 All assignments are accepted and carried out exclusively by the firm. The operation of article 7:404 and article 7:407(2) of the Dutch Civil Code is excluded.
3 If the performance of an assignment results in any liability, then such liability will be limited to the amount to which the professional liability insurance taken out by the firm provides coverage plus the amount of the deductible which is borne by the firm in connection with that insurance.
4 If by, or in connection with, the performance of an assignment or otherwise, damage is caused to persons or property, then such liability will be limited to the amount to which the general liability insurance taken out by the firm provides coverage plus the amount of the deductible which is borne by the firm in connection with that insurance.
5 The firm shall not be liable for any failures by third parties who are engaged in connection with the assignment. In the event a third party is engaged, the firm is authorised to accept a limitation of liability the third party may stipulate also on behalf of the client.
6 The legal relationship between the firm and its clients is governed by Dutch law. Only the courts of the Netherlands will have jurisdiction over any dispute which may arise between the firm and a client.
7 These general terms and conditions apply in full to all persons affiliated with the firm and all third parties engaged by the firm for the execution of any instructions, or that can or could be held liable in relation thereto. All that is stipulated in these general terms and conditions for the benefit of the firm applies to them as an irrevocable and gratuitously made third-party clause within the meaning of Article 6:253 of the Dutch Civil Code.
8 These general conditions are available in both Dutch and English. In the event of a dispute regarding the content or intent of the general conditions, the Dutch version shall prevail.