Claims admissibility and Seller’s limitation of responsibility
The Seller can only respond to claims in conformity with the point 1. No claim will be admitted if the goods have been wholly or partially worked up and or handed over. The Buyer who works up the goods, even if damaged, without previously checking it, loses every right to a potential compensation. In any case, the Seller will be only responsible for picking up the goods and refund the Buyer the price payed for the goods. Differences in colours, touch of the fabric exc. (within the limits of the normal tolerance) will not be considered as contestations. Concerning damages that partially affect the fabric (like rips, holes, etc.) there will be a tolerance of 10cm of fabric each. Claimed goods must be at Seller’s disposal for any necessary test and shall be perfectly conserved. The Buyer cannot make a claim about the non-suitability of the goods, since the sale is by sample. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to previously check the suitability of the goods, depending on the aim.