Terms of Use

Section 1 General Provisions

1.1. Meyer Quick Service Logistics GmbH & CO. KG, Ludwig-Meyer-Straße 2-4, 61381 Friedrichsdorf (hereinafter "Provider") provides commercial customers with a portal for submitting order requests for system catering needs at www.*.qsl-webshop.com (hereinafter "QSL Portal").

1.2. Use of the QSL Portal shall be restricted to entrepreneurs (Section 14 of the German Civil Code (BGB)), legal persons under public law and special assets under public law. Entrepreneurs are natural or legal persons or partnerships with legal personality which carry out their commercial or independent professional activity by concluding an agreement with the seller.

1.3. Any supplies or services shall be provided on the basis of the relevant applicable framework agreement. These Terms of Use shall apply insofar as the user utilises the QSL ordering portals www.qsl-webshop.de, www.qsl-webshop.ch and www.qsl-webshop.at to submit an order request. The conclusion of the agreement and further terms of business shall conform to the provisions of the respective framework agreement. In the event of contradictions between the provisions of these Terms of Use and those of the framework agreement, the provisions of the framework agreement shall take precedence in case of doubt.

1.4. It shall be agreed, pursuant to Section 312 i, sub-section. 2, sentence 2 BGB, that the user shall waive fulfilling the obligations to inform in e-commerce in accordance with Section 312 i, sub- section 1, number 1-3 BGB.

Section 2 Offers and conclusion of the agreement

The offers and presentation of products in the QSL Portal shall not constitute any binding offers. The user’s order shall constitute a binding offer in accordance with Section 145 BGB which the Provider may accept.

Section 3 Registration

3.1. User registration and an existing QSL customer number are required for use of the QSL Portal. There shall be no entitlement to use the portal. The Provider shall be entitled to reject registration applications without giving reasons.

3.2.  Registration for the QSL Portal is free of charge for the user.

3.3.  The user undertakes, during the registration process, to provide complete and correct contact details and other information requested by the Provider. In cases where a legal person registers, the name of the natural person authorised to represent them must also be stated.

3.4. Once you have entered all of the requested data, this information shall then be checked by the Provider to ensure that it is complete and plausible. Should the information be correct and, from the point of view of the Provider, no other objections exist, the Provider shall activate the log-in requested and inform the user via e-mail. This e-mail shall be deemed as acceptance of the registration. The user shall be entitled to use the ordering portal within the framework of these Terms of Use from the time of receiving the e-mail.

Section 4 Responsibility for the log-in details

4.1. During the log-in process, the user shall be asked to enter a user name and a password. Using this information, the user can log in after activating the log-in on the portal.

4.2. The user must ensure that the log-in details, including the password, are kept confidential and not made accessible to unauthorised third parties.

4.3. It shall also be the responsibility of the user to ensure that the log-in for the ordering portal is only used by the user or persons authorised by the user. Should there be reason to believe that unauthorised third parties have obtained or will obtain access to the log-in details, the Provider must be informed of this immediately.

4.4. The user shall be liable for any use and/or other activity conducted using the user’s log-in details in accordance with statutory provisions.

The user shall be obliged to keep its information (including contact details) up-to-date. If a change is made to the entered data during the term of use of our ordering portal, the user must ensure that the details in the portal are corrected with immediate effect under "Branch Data". If this does not work, the user should notify the Provider of the modified data immediately via e-mail or fax.

Section 6 Blocking access

6.1. The Provider shall be entitled to block the user’s access to the ordering portal in the event of probable cause that the user is violating these Terms of Use. The Provider shall inform the user of this via e-mail.

6.2. In the event of a temporary block, the Provider shall re-activate the access authorisation following expiry of the blocking period and inform the user of this via e-mail. A permanently blocked access authorisation cannot be re-activated. Permanently blocked users shall be permanently barred from using the portal and may not re-register.

Section 7 Termination of use

7.1. The user may terminate use of the ordering portal at any time by requesting that the Provider delete its log-in.

7.2. Once termination takes effect, the usage relationship shall cease and the user shall no longer be able to use its log-in details. The service provider reserves the right to block the user name and password once termination takes effect.

Section 8 Availability

There shall only be an entitlement to use the services available on the portal within the framework of what is technically and operationally feasible for the Provider. The Provider shall endeavour to ensure interruption-free availability of its services where possible. However, temporary restrictions or interruptions may arise as a result of technical faults (e.g. interruption to power supply, hardware and software faults, technical problems in data cables).

Section 9 Contents

The content available on the Portal shall be predominantly protected by copyright or other property rights and is the respective property of the Provider or other third parties who have provided the respective content. The compilation of content as such is protected, where applicable, as a database or sui generis database right within the meaning of §§ 4 sub-section 2, 87a sub-section 1 of the Copyright Act (UrhG). The user may only use this content pursuant to these Terms of Use as well as within the framework specified on the portal.

Section 10 Liability

10.1. The Provider shall be liable for intention and gross negligence without restriction, however only in the event of violating significant contractual obligations for slight negligence. Liability for violating such a significant contractual obligation shall be limited to damages typical of the agreement, whose occurrence the Provider had to calculate upon concluding the agreement owing to the circumstances known at this time. The liability for default shall remain unaffected by this

10.2. The Provider shall assume no liability for faults within the distribution network for which the Provider is not responsible.

10.3. The aforementioned limitations of liability shall also extend to vicarious agents of the Provider.

Section 11 Miscellaneous

11.1. This agreement is subject to German law to the exclusion of the UN Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG).

11.2. If the user is a businessman, a legal person under public law or special assets under public law, the place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from the usage relationship shall be based on the registered office of the Provider in 61381 Friedrichsdorf. In this case, the Provider shall also be permitted to take legal action in the general place of jurisdiction of the user.

11.3 The language of the agreement is German.

11.4 Should one or more of the provisions of these Terms of Use be invalid, the remainder of the agreement shall remain in force. Insofar as the provisions are invalid, the content of the agreement shall comply with statutory provisions.

Last updated: 06/05/2019

 

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