General terms and conditions associated with the education offered by Royal Mission Productions 1. These terms and conditions apply to all agreements concluded with RMP regarding education and services offered by RMP regarding education, unless deviation from this has been agreed in writing. An education agreement will be concluded with you. 2. Unless otherwise agreed, the prices charged by RMP are exclusive of VAT. Price increases as a result of, for example, cost price factors or government measures between the moment of conclusion of the agreement and its implementation, can be passed on by RMP, in which case the client is entitled to cancel the agreement within five days after taking note of or sending the calculation by registered letter. dissolve. There is no possibility of termination if RMP implements price adjustments, including price adjustments with effect from each new calendar year, if the adjustment amounts to a maximum of 5% of the relevant order. 3. Specified (delivery) times or indicated times will never be regarded as a strict deadline, unless expressly agreed otherwise. In the event of late compliance, RMP must therefore be given written notice of default. 4. In principle, an assignment is carried out by employees affiliated with RMP and teachers selected by RMP. RMP is free to have an assignment (jointly) carried out by students affiliated with RMP. 5. Payment must be made within 21 days after the invoice date or by direct debit authorization on the first day of the following month on the first day of the month of the agreed terms, unless otherwise agreed in writing. At RMP’s request, the client is obliged to issue a direct debit authorization to RMP. In the event of non-payment within this period, the client owes the interest under Article 6:119a of the Dutch Civil Code, as well as 10% extrajudicial collection costs, without any notice of default being required. In the absence of (timely) payment, RMP is entitled to suspend performance of the agreement or to dissolve the agreement extrajudicially, without being obliged to pay any compensation. 6. The client is not entitled to settle or suspend payment of an invoice without the written permission of RMP, for any reason whatsoever. 7. Complaints or objections of any nature must be communicated to RMP immediately after discovery, failing which the service provided will be deemed to have fully complied with the content of the agreement. 8. The agreement can be dissolved in whole or in part by RMP, or the fulfillment of the agreement can be suspended in whole or in part in the event of force majeure. 9. After an agreement has been confirmed by RMP or the client, an order can be canceled by the client free of charge within 14 calendar days. In the event of cancellation after the 14-day cooling-off period, the client owes a compensation of 15% of the value of the assignment, unless otherwise agreed in writing. If the execution of the assignment has already started, cancellation is only possible upon payment of 100% of the value of the assignment, unless otherwise agreed in writing. Cancellation must be made by sending a registered letter. Any refund of course fees will be made within 14 days. 10. All intellectual property rights acquired in the context of an assignment to be carried out by RMP remain the property of RMP, unless there is a written transfer of an intellectual property right to the client. The copyright on the course material is reserved by RMP. 11. Without prejudice to the provisions of Article 8, ownership of all delivered goods remains with RMP until full payment has been made to it. 12. Any liability as a result of an attributable shortcoming is limited to the invoice value of the relevant assignment. In the event that, despite the foregoing, RMP is held liable for a larger amount by a judicial authority, RMP’s liability is expressly limited to the amount for which its insurer will pay out in the relevant case. The foregoing also applies to the liability of legal and natural persons hired by RMP. 13. RMP is never liable for a shortcoming as a result of inaccuracies/defects in the information and/or goods supplied by the client to RMP. 14. Both RMP and the client are obliged to maintain complete confidentiality regarding all matters concerning RMP or the client. This confidentiality concerns all information of a confidential nature.