Article in Entrance: “Small print”

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“When I do business with a supplier, I never read the fine print. Recently I noticed that there are all kinds of things in it that I actually do not agree with. Am I always bound by it?” 

#Regulations The law refers to general terms and conditions. This concerns matters such as high penalty interest, collection costs, retention of title and other supplier rights. It is also often about the exclusion or limitation of liability. In principle, recording such things is not prohibited or invalid.

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