Terms & Conditions


1. These general terms and conditions apply to all orders from Atelier 10.8 BVBA, to the exclusion of the customer's terms and conditions. The application of these general terms and conditions is accepted by the customer by the mere fact of placing the order.

2. All invoices from Atelier 10.8 are payable within eight days of the invoice date. 

3. In the event of a dispute, the protest must be notified to ATELIER 10.8. by registered letter within five days, stating the reasons for the protest. In the absence of protest within eight days, the invoice is deemed to have been accepted.

4. In the event of late payment, interest will be charged, ipso jure and without notice of default, at the interest rate calculated in accordance with the Law of 2 August 2002 on combating late payment in commercial transactions, as well as a fixed compensation of 10% on the outstanding amount, with a minimum of EUR 150.

5. Every delivery will be checked immediately after receipt by the customer. Complaints regarding the delivery must be sent to ATELIER 10.8 BVBA by registered letter at the latest within five working days after receipt of the goods. This letter must contain a detailed and limitative list of the defects. The use, even of a part of the delivery, assumes its approval.

​6. In the event of non-payment by the due date for whatever reason or in the event of failure to accept correctly and undamaged delivered goods, we reserve the right to suspend the execution of all current orders, and this without prior notice of default and without compensation.

7. The stated delivery times are approximate. Any delay in delivery cannot give rise to compensation.

8. Notwithstanding payment of the price, ATELIER 10.8 BVBA retains all intellectual property rights to the designs and the work. ATELIER 10.8 BVBA has the exclusive right to full or partial reproduction, in any form whatsoever, of the design and the work.

9. In the event of a dispute, only the courts whose divisions are located in Wortegem-Petegem (Commercial Court in Ghent, Oudenaard division; Court of First Instance in East Flanders, Oudenaarde division) are competent. Only Belgian law is applicable.