Terms and conditions

Article 1: Definitions

In these general terms and conditions, the following definitions shall apply:

a. user: trading under the name(s) AI-Maestro and AILAS, established in the Netherlands, registered in the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce under the number 91285356;

b. other party: the party who concludes the agreement with the user;

c. the agreement: the contractual legal relationship which the other party enters into with the user;

Article 2: Scope

1. These general terms and conditions shall apply to the agreement and future legal relationships which the other party may enter into with the user.

2. These general terms and conditions also apply to all contractual and other legal relationships that the user may enter into with third parties on behalf of or for the benefit of the other party, except insofar as these general terms and conditions conflict with the general terms and conditions used by said third parties.

Article 3: Duration of the agreement

1. If the other party is a natural person, the agreement shall end by operation of law by his death. If the other party is a legal entity or partnership, the agreement shall end by operation of law as soon as the other party ceases to exist.

2. The user shall be authorised to terminate the agreement in writing or electronically by notice of termination or dissolution, if the other party is declared bankrupt, has applied for of been granted a suspension of payments, is placed under guardianship or receivership, fails to comply with an obligation incumbent upon it as a result of or in connection with the agreement or its execution, or if there is another serious reason, such as, but not limited to, a breach of trust. The provisions of article 7:408 paragraph 2 of the Dutch Civil Code shall not apply insofar as they are incompatible with the provisions of this paragraph of this article of these general terms and conditions.

Article 4: Rights and obligations of the user

1. The user shall make every effort to achieve the result intended with the agreement, but does not guarantee that the result intended with the agreement can be achieved. In particular, the user cannot guarantee the correctness or suitability of texts, codes or (other) contributions that may be generated with the use of goods or rights made available by the user to the other party.

2. The user shall be entitled to process and distribute texts, codes or (other) contributions provided to the user by the other party within the scope of the agreement, except insofar as this may violate the privacy of the other party or third parties. In that respect, the user shall not pay any price in money or (other) compensation.

3. The user shall be authorised to have the work necessary for the execution of the agreement carried out by third parties at the other party’s expense. The provisions of article 7:404 of the Dutch Civil Code shall not apply insofar as they are incompatible with the provisions of this paragraph of this article of these general terms and conditions.

Article 5: Rights and obligations of the other party

1. Wages, expenses and taxes owed by the other party to the user as a result of or in connection with the agreement of its execution must be paid within fourteen days after the request for payment relating thereto has reached the other party within the meaning of article 3:37 paragraph of the Dutch Civil Code.

2. If the other party fails to fulfil an obligation resting upon the other party by virtue of the first paragraph and the other party is a legal entity or a natural person acting in the course of a profession or business, the other party shall owe the user compensation for extrajudicial costs, without a reminder being required.

3. If the other party fails to fulfil an obligation resting upon the other party by virtue of the first paragraph of this article and the other party is neither a legal person nor a natural person acting in the course of a profession or business, the other party shall owe the user compensation for extrajudicial collection costs, after the other party has received a fortnight's letter as referred to in article 6:96 subsection 6 of the Dutch Civil Code and the payment term stipulated thereby has expired.

4. If the other party is a legal entity or a natural person acting in the exercise of a profession or business, the compensation for extrajudicial collection costs shall be twenty percent of the principal sum and the interest shall be ten percent of the principal sum per year. If the percentage of statutory commercial interest as referred to in Article 6:120 paragraph 2 of the Dutch Civil Code is higher, the interest shall be equal to it.

5. If the other party is neither a legal entity nor a natural person acting in the exercise of a profession or business, the compensation for extrajudicial collection costs shall be determined in accordance with the graduated scale of Article 2 of the Decree on compensation for extrajudicial collection costs and the interest shall be eight percent of the principal sum per year. If the percentage of statutory commercial interest as referred to in article 6:120 paragraph 2 of the Dutch Civil Code is lower, the interest shall be equal to it.

6. The user shall be authorised to deviate from the percentages referred to in the fourth and fifth paragraphs of this article in favour of the other party.

Article 6 Restrictions

1. Goods or rights placed at the other party's disposal by the user may not be used by the other party to commit criminal offences or wrongful acts, or to infringe (otherwise) the rights or freedoms of the user or third parties. The acts referred to in this paragraph of these general terms and conditions include in particular, but not exclusively, the generation of texts, codes or (other) contributions of a racist, discriminatory, inflammatory, defamatory, violent or child pornographic nature, the generation of texts, codes or (other) contributions for the purpose of using them, codes or (other) contributions in order to commit computer hacking, the generation of texts, codes or (other) contributions, or allowing the generation of texts, codes or (other) contributions in order to unlawfully exercise a liberal profession, the violation of intellectual property rights of the user or third parties, as well as the violation of the privacy of third parties.

2. Goods or rights placed at the other party's disposal by the user may not be alienated by the other party, granted to third parties or encumbered with any limited right, except insofar as the user has given the other party express written permission to do so.

3. Goods or rights made available to the other party by the user may not be used by the other party for the purpose of reverse engineering of said goods or rights. The provisions of article 3 paragraph 1 sub b of the Trade Secrets Protection Act shall not apply insofar as this is incompatible with the provisions of this paragraph of this article of these general terms and conditions.

4. Each time the other party acts in violation of the first, second or third paragraph of this article of these general terms and conditions, the other party shall forfeit to the user a fine as referred to in article 6:91 of the Dutch Civil Code, amounting to € 25,000.00, without any prior notice of default or other declaration being required for the penalty to become due and without prejudice to the user's right to compensation for damage suffered by him. The provisions of Article 6:92 paragraph 2 of the Dutch Civil Code and Article 6:93 of the Dutch Civil Code shall not apply insofar as they are incompatible with the provisions of this paragraph of this article of these general terms and conditions.

5. The other party shall not be authorised to suspend the fulfilment of any obligation resting upon it, not even insofar as the other party has a due and payable obligation towards the user. The provisions of article 6:52 of the Dutch Civil Code and article 6:262 of the Dutch Civil Code shall not apply insofar as they are incompatible with the provisions of this paragraph of this article of these general terms and conditions.

Article 7: Liability

1. The user is not liable for damage of the other party, as a result of or in connection with the agreement and future legal relations which the other party may enter into with the user or the execution thereof.

2. The other party indemnifies the user against possible third party claims resulting from or in connection with the agreement and future legal relationships which the other party may enter into with the user or the execution thereof.

3. The exclusion of the user's liability and the indemnification of the user shall not apply if the damage or other claims are the result of intent or conscious recklessness on the part of the user.

4. The exclusion of user's liability and user's indemnification shall also apply to subordinate and non-subordinate auxiliary persons who may be involved by user in the agreement or its execution.

5. Legal actions with respect to a shortcoming as a result of or in connection with the agreement and future legal relations which the other party may enter into with the user or the execution thereof, must be instituted in court within one year, after the aggrieved party has become aware of the shortcoming, without prejudice to the possibility of earlier forfeiture of rights, legal processing or earlier limitation in accordance with the law. The expiry clause is intended to protect the liable party from possible problems of proof due to the lapse of time.

6. If the other party is a legal entity, the liability of the other party as a result of or in connection with the agreement or the performance thereof shall also rest with each natural person, who represented the other party when entering into the agreement.

Article 8: Choice of law and forum

1. The agreement shall be governed by Dutch law.

2. The Dutch court is competent to take cognisance of legal claims relating to disputes as a result of or in connection with the agreement or its execution.

Refund Policy

Our goal is to provide you with a valuable and efficient tool to enhance your productivity and meet your needs.

Upon the delivery of AILAS, you gain immediate access to its features and functionalities, allowing you to start benefiting from its capabilities right away. We are confident that AILAS will meet and exceed your expectations.

Due to the nature of our product, which enables users to utilize its features and gain value from it instantly, we do not offer refunds. This policy is in place to prevent any misuse of our program, as a refund would allow individuals to use AILAS for free, undermining its intended purpose.

If you encounter any technical issues or have questions about using Program AILAS, our dedicated support team is here to assist you. Please don't hesitate to reach out for guidance and assistance. We are committed to ensuring your satisfaction and resolving any issues promptly.