The legal relationship between the client and GSNED is governed by all our agreements in accordance with "The New Regulations" ("De Nieuwe Regeling, which is abbreviated as "DNR", filed at the registry of the Amsterdam District Court). You can download the latest version and associated publications from the BNA website.
In the case of the carrying out of technical soil investigation is accepted by GSNED, the general terms and conditions of the Ondernemers Technisch Soil Investigation Association apply (de algemene voorwaarden van de Vereniging Ondernemers Technisch Bodemonderzoek, ALV VOTB, filed at the registry of the Utrecht Court). You can also download the latest versions from the VOTB website.
If required, both can be sent to you, free of charge.
For transport, the “CMR verdrag” (CMR Convention) applies to international road transport, "the general transport conditions AVC" apply in the Netherlands. The CMR treaty is an international treaty between European countries. A few countries outside Europe are also members of the CMR Convention. The abbreviation CMR stands for "Convention relative au Contrat de Transport International de Marchandises par Route" (Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road). The treaty was concluded in Geneva in 1956. In 1978 the treaty was amended by a protocol to introduce the SDR as a unit and in 2008 the treaty was expanded with the protocol for the electronic waybill.
The Algemene Vervoerscondities 2002 (General Transport Conditions 2002 or AVC 2002) are general conditions for contracts for the carriage of goods by road. These conditions apply to almost all agreements of Dutch carriers. The AVC 2002 have been filed with the registry of the courts in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. You can download versions in different languages here. As a supplement you can also download the CMR convention on the website.
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