§ 1 Subject of the contract, scope of services
(1) The following terms and conditions are expressly agreed for all contracts and services and have legal effect between Mealcarrier and the client.
(2) The subject of these terms and conditions is the provision of services in the gastronomic field.
(3) The offer of Mealcarrier includes the cooking of Indian / Ayurvedic food in company kitchens, company canteens and private kitchens (home cooking).
(4) Prior to the contractual agreement, the client has checked, that the scope of services desired by him corresponds completely and conclusively to his needs.
(5) The acceptance of an offer requires a mutual written confirmation.
(6) The scope, place, time and remuneration of the services shall be determined by the mutually agreed contractual agreement. All ancillary agreements also require written confirmation.
(7) Contracts concluded by e-mail are legally binding.
§ 2 Prices
((1) All prices are announced in € and plus the legally prescribed VAT.
(2) If the period of 90 days between the order acceptance and the date of service provision is exceeded, Mealcarrier reserves the right to make an adequate price change due to changed economic and fiscal conditions. The customer will be informed of this in time.
§ 3 Number of attandance
(1) For company events the minimum number of participants is 10 people.
(2) For private events the minimum number of participants can be requested individually.
(3) The client is responsible to inform Mealcarrier with the exact number of participants and either
- the definitive choice of the dishes or
- the number of vegetarian dishes and the number of non-vegetarian dishes (and thus leave the final choice to Mealcarrier)
no later than 5 working days prior to the cookingdate. The information is considered as contract content and are the basis of billing.
$ 4 Resignation and liability
(1) Through written cancellation in time by the customer up to 4 weeks prior to the cooking date, orders can be canceled without any following costs.
(1.1) In the case of cancellation by the customer up to 2 weeks prior to the cooking date, 50% of the total amount will be charged.
(1.2) In case of cancellation by the customer up to 1 week or less prior to the cooking date, 90% of the total amount will be charged.
(2) Currently provided kitchen equipment provides the duty of care.
(2.1) Mealcarrier is liable while implementation of the cooking and any resulting damage to the kitchen equipment of the client, which are not personal injury, only for intent and gross negligence.
(2.2.) Mealcarrier ensures that the prepared food has the contractually guaranteed characteristics. It should be noted that food is perishable. For food, which is left after the event, no legal responsibility is taken.
(2.3) The food is provided to the best of our knowledge and belief. For damages caused by events of force majeure, Mealcarrier does not take claims for damages.
§ 5 Payment arrangements
(1) Mealcarrier calculates a deposit payment of 50% of the offer amount. The payment must be received on the Mealcarrier account up to 7 working days prior to the cooking date.
(2) The agreed remuneration shall be paid after the cooking service is provided and receipt of the invoice at the customer without deduction.
(4) In the case of out-of-town missions with the necessity of an overnight stay, an additional accommodation as well as a parking space will be provided by the client.
(4) For cooking assignments outside of Berlin, an additional travel cost is charged depending on the distance, which will be agreed on with the customer in advance.
(5) For cooking assignments outside of Berlin with the need for an overnight stay, an overnight accommodation as well as a parking space will be provided by the client.
§ 6 Severability clause
(1) Should single parts of this contract be ineffective or unenforceable or become ineffective or unenforceable after the conclusion of the contract, the validity of the remain contract remains unaffected.
(2) Changes to the terms and conditions are reserved.
(3) Deviating agreements or subsidiary agreements must be made in writing in order to be valid.