Terms and Conditions

These general terms and conditions are the terms and conditions of Online Marketing Agency SEOlab, hereinafter referred to as: “SEOlab”, having its registered office in Amsterdam and its principal place of business in Amsterdam at Herengracht 211 registered in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce for Amsterdam under file number: 34368510, under which file number these terms and conditions are also filed.

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  1. Applicability
    1. These general terms and conditions apply to all offers or quotations and acceptances by SEOlab and all related (legal) acts between SEOlab and the client (hereinafter jointly referred to as: “Parties”), or the legal successor (s) of the client.
    2. Insofar as the client in its offer or acceptance would refer to other (general) conditions, the applicability thereof is expressly rejected, or at least these general terms and conditions of SEOlab prevail if the general terms and conditions of the client also apply.
    3. If and in so far as any provision of these general terms and conditions is declared null and void or is annulled, the other provisions of these general terms and conditions will remain in full force and effect. In that case, the parties will, in consultation, determine a new provision to replace the void or annulled provision, whereby the purport of the void or annulled provision will be observed as much as possible.
    4. In the event of any conflict between the provisions of an agreement between the parties and these General Terms and Conditions, the provisions of the relevant agreement shall prevail.
    5. Changes in the agreement between the parties and deviations from these general terms and conditions will only be effective if they have been agreed in writing. SEOlab is at any time entitled to change or supplement the prices, services, and terms and conditions. Changes also apply to agreements already concluded between parties. If the client does not want to accept a change, the client must notify SEOlab in writing within 1 week after becoming aware of it. SEOlab may then reconsider the change. If SEOlab thereupon does not withdraw the change, the client may terminate the Agreement within 7 days after this date.
    6. These general terms and conditions can be found on this page. The terms and conditions will be sent free of charge upon request.
    1. Quotes and other offers of SEOlab are without obligation and should be considered as an invitation to make an offer to enter into an agreement between parties.
    2. All offers and quotes of SEOlab will be honored for 30 days unless otherwise stated.
  3. Execution agreement
    1. Client vouches for the accuracy and completeness of the information provided by or on behalf of SEOlab on which SEOlab bases its offer or quote. If those data proves to be incorrect or incomplete, SEOlab has the right to change the offer or to charge for work based on that data.
    2. The agreement to be concluded between SEOlab and the client has the character of an obligation to perform to the best of one’s abilities, unless and insofar as the written agreement SEOlab has expressly promised a result and the result is also sufficiently defined in the agreement. SEOlab provides no guarantees concerning results to be achieved.
    3. SEOlab works according to the Google webmaster guidelines.
    4. Any service level agreements will be agreed upon in writing per Service Level Agreement.
    5. Delivery periods mentioned in the agreement are not to be regarded as firm dates unless parties have expressly agreed otherwise in writing. Exceeding a delivery period by SEOlab does not qualify as a shortcoming attributable to SEOlab and does not justify the dissolution of the agreement by the client, nor does it have the consequence that SEOlab is liable for compensation of any damage suffered by the client as a result of the actual longer delivery period.
    6. If it is agreed that the order will be carried out in phases, SEOlab is entitled to postpone the start of the services belonging to a subsequent phase until the client has approved the results of the preceding phase in writing and/or when an (installment) payment has not yet been made in full or in part.
    7. SEOlab is not obliged to follow instructions that change or supplement the content or scope of the agreed services; if such instructions are followed, then the relevant work will be compensated per SEOlab’s usual rates.
    8. SEOlab is entitled to have the contract executed in whole or in part by third parties, at least third parties in the execution of the contract.
    9. Delivered services between parties will be deemed accepted if the client has not, within 5 working days after delivery of the relevant services, written and given a detailed explanation why the services provided by SEOlab are not accepted. If the client’s feedback fits within the scope of the agreement, SEOlab must replace or modify the services within a reasonable time. If the client does not accept the services again, then the parties will go through the acceptance procedure again.
    10. The risk of loss, theft, embezzlement, or damage to goods, products, information, data, documents, or programs created or used in the context of the execution of the agreement shall pass to the client at the moment they are put at the client’s disposal.
    11. SEOlab is entitled to suspend the performance of the contract between the parties if the client fails to meet its obligations under the contract, fails to do so, or fails to do it on time.
    12. In the event of cancellation, termination, or dissolution, for whatever reason, SEOlab is entitled to immediately delete all stored data or to make it inaccessible and also to cancel all accounts of the client. SEOlab is not required in that case client to provide a copy of this data.
  4. Prices and payment
    1. All prices are exclusive of sales tax, other government taxes, and costs of SEOlab that are directly related to the implementation of the agreement between parties. These costs may include travel expenses, transport costs, and expense claims of third parties.
    2. Unless expressly agreed otherwise, price indications, budgets and/or pre-calculations of SEOlab only have an indicative character and no rights or expectations can be derived from it. Only when parties have agreed, SEOlab is obliged to inform the client when a pre-calculation or budget is exceeded.
    3. If the fee for SEOlab has not been fixed in writing, then SEOlab is authorized to set it based on its usual (hourly) rates.
    4. If it appears that the client has provided incorrect or incomplete information, then the client is obliged to compensate SEOlab for the work and costs incurred due to delay in SEOlab per SEOlab’s usual (hourly) rates.
    5. In their agreement, parties will set the date or dates on which SEOlab will charge the fee for services to the client. In the absence of a specific arrangement, the client will pay within 14 days after the invoice date.
    6. If the client does not pay the amounts due on time, the client will owe statutory commercial interest on the outstanding amount, without any reminder or notice of default being required. SEOlab is entitled to charge € 100 administration costs for sending a reminder. If even after a reminder, payment is not made, the client is in default without notice and extrajudicial collection costs of 15% of the total invoice amount, with a minimum of € 100. If the client is a natural person, not acting in the exercise of a profession or business, the extrajudicial collection costs and a minimum amount of € 40 per the Dutch Extrajudicial Collection Costs Decree (Besluit vergoeding voor buitengerechtelijke incassokosten) applies.
    7. SEOlab has the right to retain services, login data, data, and other information that are still under SEOlab if the client fails to fulfill its payment obligation. SEOlab has this right until the client has fulfilled its payment obligation, regardless of whether the arrears relate to the services, etc. SEOlab still retains.
    8. SEOlab is entitled, during the term of an agreement, to increase the prices for its services annually, starting January 1, according to the price index figure of the previous calendar year, increased by up to 10%. SEOlab is entitled to implement the cost increase at a later date if it deems appropriate from an administrative point of view.
    9. Remarks or complaints about sent invoices, bills, and declarations must be made known in writing, stating reasons, within 14 days after the invoice, bill, or declaration in question has been received, failing which they shall be deemed accepted. Such complaints do not suspend the client’s obligation to pay.
    10. SEOlab is entitled to invoice the client in the interim, after delivery or completion of an order and/or based on advance payments, to offset, or to require security for compliance by the client.
    11. The client agrees to electronic invoicing by SEOlab. SEOlab will send an invoice by post on request.
    12. In case of liquidation, bankruptcy, seizure, or suspension of payments of the client, SEOlab’s claims against the client are immediately due and payable.
  5. Modification and additional work
    1. The client accepts that the time schedule of the agreement can be influenced if the scope of the agreement is extended and/or changed in the interim. If the interim change affects the agreed fee, SEOlab will confirm this to the client as soon as possible.
    2. If based on an amendment of the contract as a result of additional requests, wishes of the client or out of necessity, additional work has to be performed by SEOlab (additional work), this work will be charged to the client based on the usual rates at that time, unless expressly agreed otherwise in writing.
  6. Client’s obligations
    1. The client is obliged to do whatever is reasonably necessary and desirable to enable timely and proper execution of the agreement with SEOlab.
    2. The client shall ensure that all data and information which SEOlab indicates are important or necessary or which the client should reasonably understand to be necessary for the execution of the agreement, including information regarding laws and regulations specific to the industry of the client to be observed by SEOlab, are provided to SEOlab promptly and will provide all cooperation required by SEOlab. The client must arrange any necessary certificates and/or licenses. Quotations and offers of SEOlab and the subsequent agreement are based on the information provided by the client. The client vouches for the accuracy and completeness of the information provided to SEOlab.
    3. Until all requested information has been provided, SEOlab has the right to suspend the execution of the assignment and/or the additional costs resulting from the delay according to the then current customary rates of SEOlab to charge the client.
    4. Insofar as under the agreement between parties by SEOlab usernames and/or passwords are provided, the client is prohibited to provide these usernames and/or passwords to third parties without the permission of SEOlab.
    5. The client grants SEOlab an exclusive power of attorney to perform all acts that SEOlab deems necessary in setting up and managing the SEA campaigns and performing SEO work. Insofar as SEA and SEO-related activities are performed by third parties for the client, the client must timely report this to SEOlab.
    6. The costs charged by the search engines related to the SEA campaigns should in principle be paid directly by the client, without the intervention of SEOlab, to the relevant advertising platform. SEOlab can not be held responsible for the consequences of payment arrears and balance deficits of the client.
  7. Intellectual property
    1. Unless otherwise stipulated in the agreement, all intellectual property rights (hereinafter referred to as: “IP Rights”) vested in all services provided under the agreement as well as any other designs, house styles, materials, or information that SEOlab has made available to the client, exclusively with SEOlab and/or its licensors.
    2. Nothing in these general terms and conditions and/or the agreement between parties implies a transfer of IE Rights. The client only obtains the non-exclusive and non-transferable right to use the services for the purposes and under the conditions outlined in the agreement.
    3. Where possible, the client should mention the name of SEOlab with the delivered services. SEOlab explicitly does not waive its personality rights mentioned in Article 25 of the Copyright Act.
    4. SEOlab is permitted to use the services and materials used for the execution of the agreement, such as designs, drawings, films, software, (electronic) files, reports, formats, interviews, and the logo, brand, and/or trade name of the client for promotion and/or publicity of SEOlab.
    5. If in court it is irrevocably established that the services developed by SEOlab itself infringe any IP right belonging to a third party or if in the opinion of SEOlab there is a reasonable chance that such an infringement occurs, SEOlab will, if possible, ensure that client can continue to use the service (or something functionally equivalent) undisturbed. If SEOlab in its sole judgment not or not otherwise than for its (financially) unreasonably onerous manner can ensure that the client can continue to use the delivered service undisturbed, SEOlab will take back the delivered against crediting of the acquisition costs less a reasonable user fee. Any other or further liability or indemnification obligation of SEOlab for violation of IP rights of a third party is completely excluded.
    6. The client indemnifies SEOlab against all claims by third parties regarding IP rights on the information and documents made available to SEOlab, which are used in the execution of the agreement.
    7. By violation of this provision by the client, the client will forfeit an immediately payable and not subject to judicial moderation penalty of € 1,000 per day or part of a day, without prejudice to SEOlab’s right to be compensated for the damage caused by the violation or to take other legal measures to terminate the infringement.
  8. Privacy
    1. The privacy and cookie policy of SEOlab can be read here. On this page you will find information about what data SEOlab collects online and offline, for what purpose this data is collected, how long the data is stored and, among other things, contact information for the purpose of retrieving, viewing, and deleting stored data; you can contact Imre Bernáth via hallo@seolab.nl or 020 820 20 22. The client agrees to the processing of the aforementioned data.
    2. SEOlab will conclude a processing agreement with its clients if this is required under the applicable laws and regulations. By means of the client’s consent to the processing agreement, the client has given or to give explicit consent for the processing of personal data. The client is fully responsible for compliance with applicable laws and regulations in the field of privacy.
    3. SEOlab will take appropriate technical and organizational measures (or have them taken), maintain and, if necessary, adjust to protect the personal data it processes on behalf of the client to prevent unlawful processing.
    4. The client guarantees that any provision of (personal) data to SEOlab is lawful and that the processing of these data does not violate any applicable privacy laws and regulations.
    5. The client indemnifies SEOlab from all claims due to or related to the invasion of privacy.
  9. Secrecy
    1. Parties are obliged to maintain the confidentiality of all confidential information that they have obtained from each other or from another source within the framework of the agreement. Information is considered confidential if this has been communicated by the other party or if this results from the nature of the information.
    2. The client shall not copy the confidential information or make it available to third parties in any other way.
    3. The client will not use the confidential information for any other purpose than that for which this information is provided by SEOlab and the client will not use and/or apply this information in any other way than indicated by SEOlab.
    4. The client is obligated to its owners, directors, management, employees, agents, and subcontractors to become aware of the confidential information, to commit in writing to the same confidentiality obligations as the client, before obtaining confidential information.
    5. In case of violation of one or more obligations under this article, the client owes SEOlab an immediately payable penalty of € 5,000 per violation per day or part of a day that a violation continues. The client will refrain from requesting judicial mitigation of the fine and this fine does not affect SEOlab’s right to full compensation under the law.
    6. The provisions of this article also remain after the termination or dissolution of the agreement in force.
  10. Premature termination
    1. An agreement commences on the date as described in article 2 and for the period as agreed in writing between parties and ends by operation of law on the date agreed between parties or at the time that the provision of the services is completed or the order is completed.
    2. SEOlab is at all times authorized to terminate the contract in writing.
    3. For long-term contracts, the client may terminate the contract prematurely in writing subject to a notice period of 1 month.
    4. If SEOlab by its own suppliers, regardless of the reason, is not able to deliver as a result of which performance of the contract between parties can not reasonably be required of SEOlab, then the execution of the contract will be suspended, or – at SEOlab’s option – the contract will be terminated when this situation has lasted longer than 90 days, all without any obligation to pay damages.
    5. SEOlab is entitled to terminate the contract in whole or in part in the event of bankruptcy or suspension of payments or seizure of the client, as well as in the event of closure or liquidation of the company of the client other than for the purpose of reconstruction or amalgamation of companies and if the client can no longer freely dispose of its assets.
    6. In case of dissolution of the agreement, no undoing takes place of what SEOlab has already delivered and/or performed and the related payment obligation unless SEOlab is in default. Amounts SEOlab has invoiced before the dissolution in connection with the execution of the agreement and which SEOlab has properly performed or delivered, remain payable subject to the previous sentence and are at the time of dissolution immediately due and payable.
    7. If the contract is dissolved, then all rights granted to the client expire. The client will then no longer be entitled to make use of the service(s) provided.
    8. Items which, given their nature, are intended to remain applicable after the end of the agreement, shall remain in full force and effect after termination of the agreement.
  11. Complaints
    1. Complaints about the performed services and activities, products and, for example, designs of SEOlab must be reported in writing and substantiated by the client to SEOlab within 10 working days after discovery, but no later than 10 working days after completion of the work in question, failing which the client is deemed to have fully accepted the result of the assignment or agreement. The notice of default should be as detailed as possible description of the alleged shortcoming, so SEOlab can respond adequately.
    2. If a complaint is reported later than the period specified in the previous paragraph, then the client is no longer entitled to the complaint or compensation.
    3. If it is established that a complaint is unfounded, then the costs incurred, including research costs, on the part of SEOlab thereby fallen, entirely at the expense of the client.
    4. Submitting a complaint never suspends the payment obligations of the client.
  12. Availability of services provided
    1. SEOlab will make an effort to:
      • realize uninterrupted availability of its systems and networks, and to realize access to data stored by SEOlab, but offers no guarantees on this unless otherwise agreed in the offer, agreement, or the electronic ordering procedure through a Service Level Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “SLA”). Unless otherwise stipulated in such an SLA, the provisions of this article apply to the availability;
      • keep the software used by it up to date. SEOlab is, however, depending on its supplier(s). SEOlab is entitled not to install certain updates or patches if in its opinion this does not benefit the correct delivery of its service(s);
      • ensure that the client can make use of the networks that are directly or indirectly connected to the network of SEOlab. However, SEOlab can not guarantee that these networks (of third parties) are available at any time;
      • in case of unavailability of any of the services or delivered website, due to breakdowns, maintenance, or other causes, to inform the client about the nature and expected duration of the interruption.
    2. SEOlab has the right to put its systems, including the website, or parts thereof temporarily out of use for maintenance, adaptation, or improvement thereof.SEOlab will attempt such a shutdown as much as possible outside office hours to take place and make every effort to inform the client on time. SEOlab is never liable for damages in connection with such decommissioning.
    3. SEOlab has the right to modify its systems, including the website created for the client, from time to time to improve functionality and to correct errors. If an adjustment leads to a significant change in functionality, SEOlab will make every effort to inform the client.
    4. If in the opinion of SEOlab a danger arises to the functioning of the computer systems or the network of SEOlab or third parties and/or the provision of services through a network, in particular by excessive sending of an e-mail or other data, poorly secured systems or activities of viruses, trojans and similar software, SEOlab is entitled to take all measures it deems reasonably necessary to avert or prevent this danger.
  13. Force majeure
    1. All delivery periods are extended by the period during which SEOlab is prevented by force majeure to fulfill its obligations.
    2. Force majeure on the side of SEOlab is, if SEOlab after the conclusion of the contract with the client is prevented from fulfilling its obligations under the contract or its preparation, for example, due to war, threat of war, civil war, terrorism, insurrection, molestation, fire, water damage, flood, strikes, sit-down strikes, lockouts, import and export restrictions, government measures, defects in machinery, disruptions in the supply of energy, sudden currency changes and reasonably not expected cyberattacks, synflood, zero-days, network attack(s), DoS or DDoS attacks, everything both in SEOlab’s business and with third parties, from whom SEOlab the necessary services in whole or in part and furthermore by all other causes, through no fault of their own or SEOlab’s risk.
    3. In case of force majeure, SEOlab is, after 90 days of force majeure, entitled, without judicial intervention, either to suspend the execution of the agreement or to dissolve the agreement, without being liable for any compensation. If the force majeure occurs when the agreement is partially executed, the client is obliged to fulfill his obligations to SEOlab until that time. All costs incurred by SEOlab until then will be immediately and fully due and payable.
  14. Limitation of Liability
    1. The liability of SEOlab for attributable failure in the performance of its obligations and/or in tort is limited to the compensation of direct damage suffered by the client up to a maximum of the amount paid by SEOlab’s insurer to SEOlab, including SEOlab’s own risk, or up to a maximum of the compensation received by SEOlab from the client under the relevant agreement over the 3 months before the event causing the damage. This limitation of liability applies per year, regardless of the number of damaging events.
    2. Direct damage is understood exclusively: i) reasonable costs that the client would have to incur to SEOlab’s performance to comply with the contract; however, this replacement damage will not be compensated if the contract is terminated by or at the request of the client; ii) reasonable costs that the client has incurred for the forced prolonged operation of its old system(s) and related facilities because SEOlab has not delivered at a final delivery date that is binding on it, less any savings resulting from the delayed delivery; (iii) reasonable costs incurred to determine the cause and extent of the damage, insofar as the determination relates to direct damage within the meaning of the agreement; (iv) reasonable costs incurred to prevent or mitigate damage, insofar as the client demonstrates that these costs have resulted in mitigation of direct damage within the meaning of the agreement between the parties.
    3. Any liability of SEOlab for other than direct damage (and therefore indirect damage), including – but not limited to – consequential damage, loss and/or damage to data, loss of profits, and loss of turnover is excluded.
    4. The restrictions mentioned in the preceding paragraphs of this article lapse if and insofar as the damage is the result of intent or wilful recklessness of SEOlab or its managers.
    5. The liability of SEOlab for culpable failure in the performance of an agreement arises in all cases only if the client immediately and properly in writing in default, with a reasonable period to remedy the culpable failure, and SEOlab after that period remains culpably in breach of its obligations, except in the case of a continuing culpable failure.
    6. Condition for the existence of any right to compensation is always that the client reports the damage as soon as possible after its occurrence to SEOlab in writing. Any claim for damages against SEOlab expires by the mere lapse of 1 year after the claim arose.
    7. The use of SEOlab’s services by the client is entirely at the client’s own risk and responsibility. The client indemnifies SEOlab against claims by third parties arising from the use of the services provided by SEOlab by the client.
    8. The client indemnifies SEOlab against any claims for damages in connection with the execution of the agreement between parties, whether or not from third parties, the cause of which is other than willful misconduct or gross negligence of SEOlab.
    9. All costs and damages incurred by SEOlab and third parties in the context of the execution of the agreement between the parties are integrally at the expense and risk of the client if these costs and damages are attributable to the client.
    10. SEOlab accepts no liability for the possible presence of viruses on its information carriers or through the Internet delivered or received data or software. The client should check the supplied information carriers, data, or software itself for the presence of viruses, malware, spiders, crawlers, and the like to test.
    11. For information made available via the Internet or intranet, freeware and shareware SEOlab accepts no liability. SEOlab accepts no liability for the accuracy of the available information or for the proper functioning of the available software, nor for the consequences thereof.
  15. Website development
    1. SEOlab has the right to require a written agreement on a design and/or concept of the website to be realized by SEOlab before starting development and to suspend development until this agreement is received.
    2. Unless otherwise stipulated in the agreement between the parties, SEOlab grants the client the non-exclusive, non-transferable, and non-sublicensable right to use the website in question under the provisions of the agreement.
    3. SEOlab has during the development of a website, the website under management. SEOlab is not liable for any damage beyond its intent or gross negligence to the website, data, databases, and the like.
    4. The client is at all times responsible for the use of the website. The client is not allowed to use the website for actions and/or conduct contrary to the agreement, any applicable laws or regulations, public order, morality, or in any other unlawful manner. The client indemnifies SEOlab against all claims of third parties in respect of violations of the above provisions.
    5. If the IP rights on (part of) the website belong to licensors of SEOlab, the client may be bound by the license terms and conditions of these third parties.
    6. If an acceptance test has been agreed, the website is deemed accepted on the first day after the test period, or, if SEOlab receives a test report before the end of the test period, at the time that the errors in that test report are corrected, without prejudice to the presence of errors that do not impede acceptance.
    7. Contrary to the foregoing, if the client discloses the website before the moment of acceptance or otherwise uses it for productive or operational purposes, the website will be considered fully accepted from the beginning of that use.
    8. If the execution of the agreed acceptance test shows that the website contains errors that impede the progress of the acceptance test, the client will inform SEOlab in writing and detail, in which case the test period will be interrupted until the website has been modified in such a way that the impediment is removed.
    9. If the agreed acceptance test shows that the website contains errors, then the client will inform SEOlab no later than the last day of the test period through a written and detailed test report about the errors. SEOlab will do its best to correct the reported errors within a reasonable period, where SEOlab is entitled to temporary solutions or program bypasses or problem-avoiding restrictions in the website.
    10. The client may not withhold acceptance of the website on other grounds than those related to the specifications expressly agreed between parties and also not because of the existence of minor errors, i.e. errors that do not reasonably prevent the use of the website, without prejudice to SEOlab’s obligation to correct these minor errors, if applicable.
    11. SEOlab is not obliged to repair any errors if they are caused by (i) an adaptation of the website, of any nature whatsoever, not made by SEOlab; (ii) the use of the website in a way that is not permitted under the agreement; (iii) incorrect use of the website, whether or not by the client; or (iv) input errors or errors related to the data used and/or provided by the client.
    12. If the website is delivered and tested in phases and/or parts, the non-acceptance of a certain phase and/or part does not affect any acceptance of an earlier phase and/or another part.
  16. Hosting
    1. It is prohibited for the client to use the services of SEOlab to violate the rights of others through the Dutch or other applicable laws or regulations by SEOlab.
    2. The client must ensure that unnecessary peak load at SEOlab is prevented and that other clients of SEOlab are not inconvenienced by the structurally excessive use of SEOlab’s hosting services by the client.
    3. If in the opinion of SEOlab nuisance, damage or any other hazard arises to the functioning of the computer systems or the network of SEOlab or third parties and/or the provision of services over the Internet, in particular by excessive sending of e-mails or other data, DoS attacks, poorly secured systems or activities of viruses, trojans, and similar software, SEOlab is entitled to take all measures it reasonably deems necessary to avert or prevent this danger. SEOlab may recover the costs reasonably necessary with these measures from the client if the client can be blamed for the cause.
    4. The client is not allowed to resell and/or re-let the products and services of SEOlab unless otherwise agreed.
    5. SEOlab has a complaint procedure with which third parties can submit a complaint that in their opinion there is such a conflict with what is described in this article. If a complaint is justified in the opinion of SEOlab, SEOlab is entitled to remove the material or make it inaccessible.
    6. In case of repeated complaints about the information provided by the client, SEOlab is entitled to terminate the agreement between parties.
    7. The client indemnifies SEOlab for all damages resulting from the above. SEOlab is not liable for any damage whatsoever that the client suffers as a result of SEOlab’s intervention in the complaint procedure.
  17. Applicable law and competent court
    1. This agreement is subject to Dutch law. The Vienna Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is hereby expressly excluded.
    2. A dispute shall be deemed to exist as soon as one of the parties declares this to be the case.
    3. The parties undertake to first attempt to resolve any dispute in the presence of their legal advisors before taking legal action.
    4. All disputes which may arise between the parties as a result of their agreement or further agreements and other acts in connection with the present agreement such as unlawful acts, undue payments, and unjust enrichment, will be settled by the District Court of Amsterdam, except to the extent that mandatory competency rules would impede this choice.

For questions:
E-mail: hallo@seolab.nl
Telephone: 020 820 20 22
Contact person: Imre Bernáth

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