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  1. The buyer is the person who will buy the ship.
  2. Vendor is the person who sells the ship.
  3. Vendors must provide honest and clear information to Buyers about the condition of the vessels to be sold.
  4. The Buyer has the right to see or inspect the vessel to be purchased by notifying the Seller.
  5. The Buyer is prohibited from opening the Ship’s packaging or other actions that can be detrimental or incur additional costs to the Vendor before the transaction is completed.
  6. Vendors must provide letters, documents needed for the sale and purchase of ships.
  7. Vendors must pack the ship as well as possible and send it using transportation means that meet the ship’s shipping standards.
  8. In making a purchase, the Vendor and the Buyer can make a ship purchase agreement.
  9. The agreement made must not violate the provisions of criminal law or other rules that apply in Indonesia.
  10. If the provisions in the agreement made between the Vendor and the Buyer violate or conflict with the legal terms of the agreement as stated in Article 1320 of the Civil Code, then the entire contents of the agreement may be declared null and void.
  11. Vessel sale and purchase transactions can be carried out by bank transfer or other payment methods recognized in Indonesia.
  12. If there is a dispute between the vendor and the buyer, it will be resolved through deliberation.
  13. If the dispute cannot be resolved through deliberation, then the Dispute can be submitted and finalized by arbitration in Indonesia, in accordance with the regulations of the Indonesian National Arbitration Board (BANI), which was established on November 30, 1977 based on the Decree of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce No. SKEP/152/DPH/1977 in Indonesia using Indonesian.
  14. Indonesian Supplies reserves the right to modify or amend these terms and conditions without the approval of the Vendor.



Last Modified: 25/03/2022

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