(a) In the case of manufacturing goods of the company, the company undertakes, for a period of two months from the delivery of the goods, to credit the buyer with the full price paid by the buyer to the company or to provide a replacement of the goods free of charge in the event that a material error or substantial transformation occurs within four weeks of delivery at the place of delivery indicated by the buyer for the goods of origin in each In the event that the goods have been accepted and paid. (b) In the case of products that have not been manufactured by the company, the company will pass on to the buyer all the benefits that can be obtained under a guarantee from the company`s supplier, provided that the goods have been accepted and paid. (c) The rights granted to Buyer in the preceding subsections (a) and (b) supersede any or any other rights that Buyer would have had or would have had in the absence of these Terms. (d) In order to exercise its rights from the aforementioned basement (a), the buyer must inform the company within twenty-eight days of the date on which such an irregularity appeared or should have been detected and return to the company the transport of defective goods. (e) Nothing shall be liable therein for defects of the Company with respect to the Goods resulting from the acts, negligence or omission of the Buyer, its auxiliaries or its representatives, including, in particular, but without prejudice to the general quality of the foregoing, an omission of the Buyer, a recommendation of the Company regarding the storage and handling of the Goods. (f) If the goods are to be delivered in instalments, the foregoing is not motivated by the cancellation of the remaining payments and the buyer is obliged to accept delivery. After the merger of Holcim Limited with Lafarge SA in 2015, a new LafargeHolcim entity was created to become the world`s leading cement producer. Under these conditions, the following terms have the following meanings: – a) “the company”, “Natural Cement Distribution Ltd.b) “the buyer” means any unregistered person, company, company or association with whom a contract for the supply of goods is concluded by the company. (c) “products” means all products of the Company that will be sold by the Company to a buyer.
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