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Terms and Conditions

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

These general terms and conditions of Schorem, Haarsnijder en Barbier B.V. and The Old School Barber Academy B.V. (hereinafter referred to as SHB & TOSBA) shall apply to each instance of use of schorembarbier.nl and theoldschoolbarberacademy.com (hereinafter referred to as the Shop). By placing an order with the shop you will be deemed to have agreed with these general terms and conditions. These terms and conditions shall be sent to the customer at no charge upon first request.

  1. Definitions

1.1.    In these general terms and conditions of sale and delivery, the following terms are defined as:
a.      Customer: a natural person who acts as a buyer of goods or services, but is not acting in the course of a profession or a business
b.      Distant communication technology: a means to reach agreements at a distance without simultaneous personal presence of the parties
c.      Service(s): all work that SHB & TOSBA provides for or for the benefit of the customer, whether or not in conjunction with the delivery of products
d.      Direct sale: sale of products or services in a store
e.      Defect(s): any deviation of a product or service from the specification and any improper functioning of a product or improperly performed service
f.       Delivery time: the time frame determined in the agreement within which the product must be delivered or the service must be rendered
g.      Order: any order of products or services by a customer, via any form of communication, as well as any purchase of products or services via direct sale is considered to be an order subject to the applicability of the present terms and conditions
h.      Agreement: any agreement that is reached between SHB & TOSBA and customer, any amendment or attachment to the agreement, and all (legal) actions required for the preparation or execution of the agreement
i.       Product(s): item(s) which the customer undertakes to purchase from SHB & TOSBA
j.       Specification: the description(s) drawn up or expressly approved by SHB & TOSBA of the products and services supplied by SHB & TOSBA and listed in the order or agreement. In the absence of such a specification, the description of what has been expressly agreed upon by the parties shall apply, or in the absence of the latter, all that is common practice in the industry as a whole shall apply
k.      Remote sale: a system organized by SHB & TOSBA for sales that are conducted or services provided by telephone or Internet, using one or several techniques for remote communication up until and including the moment of entering into the agreement
l.       SHB & TOSBA: the private limited liability company Schorem, Haarsnijder en Barbier B.V. and The Old School Barber Academy B.V. located at Nieuwe Binnenweg 104, 3015 BD Rotterdam and Nieuwe Binnenweg 113 A 01 3014 GH  Rotterdam, registered with the Chamber of Commerce under number 61482285 and 71285679, as well as all legal successors under general or special title
m.     Terms and conditions: the latest version of these general terms and conditions of sale and delivery for customers. These terms and conditions shall be sent to the customer at no charge upon first request
n.      Reflection period: the legal period within which customers may exercise their right of withdrawal

 

  1. Applicability and validity

2.1.    These terms and conditions shall apply to all estimates, offers, agreements or sales of products to which SHB & TOSBA has declared these conditions to be applicable, regardless of the means of communication used, unless otherwise expressly agreed upon in writing by both parties.

2.2.    The present terms and conditions shall likewise apply to all agreements with the customer for the performance of which the customer has to rely on third parties.
2.3.    The SHB & TOSBA general terms and conditions of sale and delivery for businesses shall apply to all (legal) transactions between SHB & TOSBA and parties acting in the course of a profession or a business.
2.4.   If at any time one of the provisions of the present terms and conditions proves to be void or voidable, or is or becomes invalid in full or in part, the remaining provisions of these terms and conditions shall continue to apply in full and SHB & TOSBA and the customer shall replace the void provision by an equivalent provision corresponding to the spirit of the void provision.
2.5.    These terms and conditions have been drawn up in the English language. In the event of a discrepancy between any translation made of these terms and conditions and the original English version, the original English version shall prevail.

 

  1. Offer and acceptance

3.1.    An agreement can be made via remote sale or via direct sale.
3.2.    All price estimates and quotations are offered without obligation and are merely invitations to place an order, unless otherwise expressly stated by SHB & TOSBA. The prices are offered subject to availability.
3.3.    An order can only be considered accepted by SHB & TOSBA once written confirmation has been received from SHB & TOSBA.
3.4.    SHB & TOSBA accepts no liability whatsoever for any discrepancies, deviations or dissimilarities between the customer’s order and SHB & TOSBA’s original quotation, unless otherwise expressly stated by SHB & TOSBA.
3.5.    SHB & TOSBA reserves the right to refuse orders without giving reasons. In the event of such a refusal, SHB & TOSBA shall notify the customer within fourteen (14) days following placement of the order.
3.6.    If no order confirmation is sent due to circumstances including the nature, size or urgency of the order, the SHB & TOSBA invoice shall be considered to be an order confirmation.
3.7.    Any agreement can be cancelled by SHB & TOSBA on the condition that the customer, at SHB & TOSBA’s exclusive discretion, is insufficiently solvent to meet the terms of the agreement.

 

  1. Approval period

4.1.    In the event of a remote sale, the offer is subject to an approval or reflection period of fourteen (14) days, starting on the day of receipt of the product(s) ordered by or on behalf of the customer.
4.2.    The reflection period is the period during which the customer may use his right of withdrawal and return the products received or decline the offered services within ten (10) working days after delivery, without any obligation on his part other than payment of the direct shipping costs. The product must be returned in the original packaging (including accessories and documentation) and in new condition.
4.3.    If the products are used, encumbered or damaged in any way, the right to terminate under this article is revoked. Subject to the provisions in the previous sentence, SHB & TOSBA shall confirm the order cancellation after receipt and inspection of the returned products by return post and ensure that the complete purchase amount shall be returned to the customer within thirty (30) days after receipt of the complete return shipment.
4.4.    Limitations and exclusions of the reflection period shall be clearly listed by SHB & TOSBA in accordance with the provisions of Article 7:46d of the Dutch Civil Code (BW).
4.5.    The customer may only invoke the reflection period in the manner indicated by SHB & TOSBA during the purchase or delivery of the product or service.

 

  1. Prices and payment

5.1.    Unless otherwise specified, all prices are expressed in euros including VAT and other statutory taxes, as well as any travel, shipping and administrative costs indicated in the agreement.
5.2.    SHB & TOSBA reserves the right to increase the price agreed with the customer. If this price increase occurs within three (3) months after signing the agreement, the customer may terminate the agreement. If this price increase occurs more than three months after the date of signing the agreement, the customer may terminate the agreement if the price increase is greater than 5%.
5.3.    SHB & TOSBA accepts no liability whatsoever for wrong price listings or other factual errors in the offer or the quotation, on the SHB & TOSBA website, in advertisements, in publications, in order confirmations, in invoices or in other documents if the customer may reasonably understand or could have understood that the error was the result of an honest mistake or inadvertent omission.
5.4.   In the event of a remote sale, all payments must be made by credit card. It is at SHB & TOSBA’s discretion to decide whether they will deliver on credit without giving reasons to the customer in the event that they refuse to deliver on credit. If the transaction is approved, all invoices must be paid within fourteen (14) days of the date of the invoice, without any right to discount, deduction or deferment, in the manner indicated by SHB & TOSBA and in the currency stated on the invoice, unless otherwise stated in the agreement.
5.5.    If the customer has not paid the invoice within nine (9) days after due date, the customer shall be considered legally in default and from that moment the customer shall be charged interest in accordance with the legal interest rate as indicated in Article 6:119 of the Dutch Civil Code. The interest over the amount due shall be calculated from the moment that the customer is in default until the moment of payment of the full amount due.
5.6.    If, after the end of the term listed in Article 5, paragraph 5, SHB & TOSBA is required to take collection measures, the customer shall be liable for all costs. However, if the collection costs incurred by SHB & TOSBA are higher than reasonably necessary, the customer shall be liable only for the actual collection costs. All judicial and extrajudicial costs shall also be charged to the customer. Judicial costs include lawyer’s and local counsel’s fees. The customer shall also be liable for interest over the collection costs due.
5.7.    In the event of bankruptcy, moratorium or a petition for bankruptcy of the customer, the amounts due to SHB & TOSBA and the liabilities of the customer towards SHB & TOSBA shall become immediately due and payable.
5.8.    In the event of a direct sale, payment must be settled in cash or by credit card and paid in full at the place of delivery of the products to the customer.

  1. Delivery

6.1.    In the event of a remote sale, the products available in stock will be shipped within two (2) Dutch working days following receipt of the order. SHB & TOSBA may charge shipping fees. The products shall be delivered to the fixed shipping address given to SHB & TOSBA, and shall be released to the natural person present at that address. When products cannot be delivered from stock, SHB & TOSBA shall inform the customer in the written order confirmation and provide an indication of the expected delivery date.
6.2.    SHB & TOSBA’s obligation to deliver shall be considered to have been fulfilled as soon as the products provided by SHB & TOSBA have been offered to the customer, subject to proof of the contrary. In the event of a home delivery, a carrier’s report stating refusal to take delivery of the goods or absence of the customer at the time of delivery shall constitute full proof of offer of delivery, subject to proof of the contrary.
6.3.    Products that have not been collected by the customer shall remain available to the customer and shall be stored by SHB & TOSBA at the cost and risk of the customer.
6.4.    In the event of a direct sale, the products shall be delivered to the customer after receipt of payment of the purchase price. Provisions 6.2 and 6.3 do not apply to direct sales.

  1. Delivery period

7.1.    Delivery dates and times are estimates. We shall endeavour to send orders out as quickly as possible but we accept no liability whatsoever for any delays.
7.2.    Delivery times start from the date of acceptance of the order by SHB & TOSBA, after which SHB & TOSBA shall endeavour to deliver the order within ten (10) working days.
7.3.    In the event that SHB & TOSBA is unable to deliver the goods within the agreed period of time due to circumstances beyond their control, SHB & TOSBA shall not be considered in default and shall accept no liability for any damage or loss suffered by the customer as a result.
7.4.    In the event of failure to deliver within the agreed time where this failure is not due to circumstances beyond SHB & TOSBA’s control, the customer shall have the right to send SHB & TOSBA a written notice of default and to claim compensation for damages, with due observance of the following rules and restrictions:
a.      SHB & TOSBA shall be liable for the actual damages suffered by the customer due to the delayed delivery, in so far as this can be sufficiently demonstrated, and;
b.      SHB & TOSBA’s total liability shall not exceed the price agreed upon in the order concerned.

  1. Warranty

8.1.    SHB & TOSBA warrants that the products delivered or to be delivered comply with all applicable requirements and standards that can be reasonably expected at the moment of delivery subject to normal use in the Netherlands. The warranty described in this Article shall apply to products destined for use within the Netherlands. For use outside the Netherlands, the customer must verify whether the product is suitable for use in that location, and whether it meets the conditions for use in that location. Use outside the Netherlands does not fall under the terms of the warranty set forth in this Article.
8.2.    The warranty mentioned in paragraph 1 is valid for a period of six (6) months from the date of delivery, unless the nature of the product delivered requires otherwise or the parties have agreed otherwise. If the warranty issued by SHB & TOSBA pertains to a product or products manufactured by a third party, the warranty shall be limited to the warranty provided by the producer of the product or products. Upon the expiration of the warranty period, SHB & TOSBA’s liability under this warranty shall terminate and all costs for repair or replacement, including administration, delivery and call-out fees shall be charged to the customer.
8.3.    SHB & TOSBA shall provide the customer with a written proof of warranty. In the absence of this proof, the proof of purchase for a direct sale and the invoice for a remote sale shall serve as proof of warranty.
8.4.    If the products delivered or to be delivered fail to meet the standards and requirements referred to in paragraph 1, SHB & TOSBA shall replace or repair the products within a reasonable period of time following their return or, if return of the products is not reasonably possible, after receiving a written notification of the defect from the customer. In the event of replacement, the customer commits to return the product to be replaced to SHB & TOSBA and to transfer ownership of that product to SHB & TOSBA.
8.5.    Any warranty shall become null and void in the event that the defect is the result of improper or injudicious use of the product or, if applicable and without the written permission of SHB & TOSBA, use after the use-by date, incorrect maintenance by the customer or in the event that the customer or third parties have modified or attempted to modify the product or have attached other items that should not be attached, or in the event that the products have been processed or manipulated in a manner other than specified. The warranty does not cover any defects caused by conditions beyond the control of SHB & TOSBA, including weather circumstances (including but not limited to extreme rainfall or temperatures) etc.
8.6.    In the event that any products delivered by SHB & TOSBA prove defective, the liability of SHB & TOSBA towards the customer shall be limited to the provisions of this Article.
8.7.    Without prejudice to the aforementioned, SHB & TOSBA accepts no liability whatsoever for damages or loss caused intentionally or by negligence, imputable acts or omissions or improper use on the part of the customer.
8.8.    This warranty does not affect any statutory rights of the customer.

  1. Claims

9.1.    The customer is under a duty to inspect the products as soon as they are delivered, and shall notify SHB & TOSBA in writing of any damaged goods, shortage or non-delivery as soon as possible but not later than within 24 hours of the date of delivery of the goods, on penalty of forfeiture of rights.
9.2.    The customer shall notify SHB & TOSBA in writing of any invisible defects within a reasonable period of time but not later than two (2) months after the discovery of the defect, upon forfeiture of rights.
9.3.    The customer shall notify SHB & TOSBA in writing of any claims regarding the invoice not later than within fourteen (14) days of the date of the invoice concerned.
9.4.    The customer is responsible for a timely submission as well as the accuracy of the claim. The customer is required to provide all assistance to SHB & TOSBA in determining the nature of the defect(s).
9.5.    Minor deviations in quality, colour, size, etc. that are customary in the industry may not be claimed as defects.
9.6.    If a complaint regarding the aforementioned aspects is found to be justified, SHB & TOSBA shall replace the products free of charge. The customer shall not be entitled to claim any supplementary compensation.
9.7.   If the customer has not submitted a complaint within the period of time specified in the paragraphs above, or if the customer remains in possession of the goods, he is considered to have accepted the goods that have been delivered. Any such complaints do not give the customer the right to suspend payment. Setoff is explicitly excluded.
9.8.    If the customer is entitled to return a product to SHB & TOSBA in accordance with this Article, SHB & TOSBA shall ensure that the amount paid by the customer shall be deposited into the bank account of the customer within thirty (30) days of receipt of the returned product. The customer shall contact the SHB & TOSBA customer service department at telephone number +31 (0)88 - 862 00 00 on working days between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to provide SHB & TOSBA with the details necessary to deposit the refund.

  1. Retention of title

10.1.  All products delivered by SHB & TOSBA in the context of the agreement remain the property of SHB & TOSBA, and in some cases of a third party, until the customer has properly fulfilled all obligations arising from the agreement concluded with SHB & TOSBA.

  1. Transfer of risk

11.1.  The risk of loss of, damage to or depreciation of the goods passes to the customer on delivery of the goods.

  1. Termination

12.1.  SHB & TOSBA shall be entitled to suspend the fulfilment of the obligations or to terminate the agreement if:
a.      The customer does not or does not fully or in due time fulfil the obligations under the agreement
b.      After the agreement has been concluded, SHB & TOSBA learns of circumstances that give good reason to fear that the customer will fail to fulfil his obligations under the agreement. If SHB & TOSBA suspects or has reason to suspect that the customer will fail to perform the terms of the agreement, in part or in full, SHB & TOSBA reserves the right to terminate the agreement
c.      The customer has been judged legally incompetent by a court or is remanded in custody or has his liberty restricted

  1. The data provided to SHB & TOSBA by the customer do not correspond to the actual situation
    12.2.  In the event that the agreement is terminated, all outstanding sums payable to SHB & TOSBA by the customer shall become immediately due and payable. In the event that SHB & TOSBA suspends the performance of its obligations under the agreement, it shall retain all rights to the fullest extent permitted by law and the agreement.
    12.3.  SHB & TOSBA reserves the right to claim compensation.
  2. Force majeure

13.1.  SHB & TOSBA and the customer are not obliged to comply with any obligation if they are hindered in doing so by a circumstance that is not their fault and that is not regarded as their responsibility under the law, a legal act or generally accepted practice. If a failure to comply with a contractual obligation is the result of force majeure on the part of either party, the other party may dissolve the agreement. Under Article 6:78 of the Dutch Civil Code, the party invoking force majeure shall only be liable for the damages incurred by the other party if and in so far as the other party enjoyed an advantage in connection with the breach of the agreement that it would not have had in the event of proper compliance, which liability shall be restricted to the value of this advantage.

13.2.  In addition to what is included in the law and jurisprudence, in these terms and conditions, force majeure is defined as all external causes, foreseen or unforeseen, on which SHB & TOSBA cannot exercise influence but that prevent SHB & TOSBA from fulfilling its obligations. This includes, but is not limited to, strikes in the SHB & TOSBA company, and breaches of contract on the part of suppliers of SHB & TOSBA.
13.3.  SHB & TOSBA reserves the right to invoke force majeure if the circumstance that prevents (further) compliance takes effect after SHB & TOSBA should have complied with its obligations under the agreement.
13.4.  The parties may suspend obligations under the agreement for as long as the force majeure continues. If this period exceeds two (2) months, either party is entitled to dissolve the agreement, without any obligation to pay compensation for damage to the other party.
13.5.  To the extent that, at the time when force majeure takes effect, SHB & TOSBA has partially complied with its obligations under the agreement or will be able to comply with them, and independent value is attached to that part of the obligations that has been or will be complied with, SHB & TOSBA is entitled to invoice separately for the said part. The customer is required to settle this invoice as if it related to a separate agreement.

  1. Indemnification

14.1.  The customer indemnifies SHB & TOSBA against third-party claims for any damages whatsoever to persons or property arising from the implementation of the agreement, the cause of which cannot be attributed to SHB & TOSBA.

14.2.  The customer shall be obliged to assist SHB & TOSBA at law and otherwise if a claim is lodged against SHB & TOSBA by a third party, pursuant to this Article, and to do all that may be expected of the customer in such a situation without hesitation. If the customer fails to take adequate measures, SHB & TOSBA shall be entitled to take such measures without a notice of default being required. All costs and damage that may be incurred and suffered by SHB & TOSBA and third parties as a result shall be fully at the customer’s risk and expense.

 

  1. Intellectual property

15.1.  Unless expressly agreed otherwise in writing, all copyrights and other intellectual and industrial property rights pertaining to products delivered or services provided by SHB & TOSBA, including brand rights, model rights, patent rights, sui generis database rights, etc. are the exclusive (legal, intellectual and industrial) property of SHB & TOSBA or its suppliers.

15.2.  Both parties are obliged to observe confidentiality with respect to all confidential information that they have obtained in connection with the agreement from each other or from any source. All information is regarded as confidential unless express indication to the contrary is given in writing.

15.3 If SHB & TOSBA is required on the grounds of a provision of law or a pronouncement of the court to disclose confidential information to third parties appointed by the law or the competent judge, and is unable to avail itself in this regard of a legally defined privilege or one recognized or granted by the competent judge, SHB & TOSBA shall not be required to compensate or indemnify the customer due to breach of the confidentiality obligation and the customer shall not be entitled to dissolve the agreement on the grounds of any damage arising as a result.

15.4 The mutual obligation of confidentiality shall remain in force even after termination of the agreement.

 

  1. Protecting customer data

16.1.  SHB & TOSBA shall collect, use and transfer personal data pertaining to the customer in accordance and in full compliance with applicable national and European legislation and regulations.

16.2.  SHB & TOSBA respects the privacy of the customer and the confidentiality of the customer’s personal information collected via the SHB & TOSBA website by itself or on its behalf. Information provided by the customer shall not be sold or distributed in any form to third parties in any manner other than stated in the website’s privacy statement.
16.3.  SHB & TOSBA is entitled to disclose information about a visitor if there is reason to assume that disclosing such information is necessary to identify, contact or institute proceedings against someone who intentionally or otherwise prejudices or harms the rights and properties of SHB & TOSBA, other users of the website or others who may be harmed. SHB & TOSBA is entitled to release information about users if it believes in good faith that the law so requires.

  1. Applicable law and disputes

17.1.  All legal relations between SHB & TOSBA and the customer are governed by Dutch law, regardless of the country where the relations are conducted or where the customer resides. The Convention on the International Sale of Goods (Vienna 1980) shall not apply.

17.2.  All disputes between the parties, including disputes only recognized as such by one party, shall be settled exclusively by the competent court in Amsterdam, the Amsterdam District Court,  unless the customer chooses a different competent court within a month after the customer receives SHB & TOSBA’s notification of dispute. The above provisions notwithstanding, SHB & TOSBA reserves the right to summon the customer to appear before the competent judicial authorities in Amsterdam.

 

  1. Addendum The Old School Barber Academy

 

Article A: Definitions

The Old School Barber Academy:
Ltd, trading under the name “The Old School: The Old School Barber Academy”, registered in the Trade Register of the Chambers of Commerce Rotterdam under number ……

Participant:
The natural or legal person (possibly represented by his legal representative) who follows an educational course at The Old School: The Old School Barber Academy.

Application form:

The form, available from The Old School Barber Academy with which a participant registers for the educational course at The Old School Barber Academy.

Duration and costs of the courses:
The duration of the courses are indicated on the website of The Old School Barber Academy and/or in the up to date study guide of The Old School Barber Academy and/or in an applicable customized offer and is indicated in number of course days.

The costs consist of tuition fees, material fees and remaining costs. The tuition fees apply to the course for the given number of course days. In addition to tuition fees may be remaining costs (such as materials, books and other costs) indebted. The tuition fees and remaining costs are indicated per course on the website of The Old School Barber Academy and/or in an applicable customized offer.

Certificate:
The education and courses will be concluded with a certificate.

Article B: Applicability of these terms and conditions

 

These terms and conditions apply to the agreement between The Old School Barber Academy and a participant, as far as there are no deviations which are confirmed in writing by The Old School Barber Academy.

Per e-mail only.

Article C: Applying and realisation agreement

 

  1. Registration for the course is established by filling in the application form of The Old School Barber Academy completely on the website. The invoiced amount is to be paid directly via the website, PayPal is to be received by The Old School Barber Academy before the start of the course. Signing of the form by the applicant implicates acceptance of these terms and conditions as well. The applicant indicates for which period he/she wishes to follow the course on the application form.
  1. When the Old School Barber Academy receives the entire application for the course, The Old School Barber Academy confirms the application to the participant via e-mail.

 

  1. The date of registration is the date the application form is received by The Old School Barber Academy. The Old School Barber Academy reserves the right to decline applications.
  1. The Old School Barber Academy reserves the right to terminate the contract at once, if the participant does not, not properly or not completely fulfil his obligations towards The Old School Barber Academy or when the participant acts contrary to these conditions.

 

  1. The Participant is responsible for his absence and effort during the education.

 

Article D. Costs

 

  1. The costs of the course and the potential administration costs are determined by The Old School Barber Academy and are listed on the application form of The Old School Barber Academy.
  1. The course price is valid during the entire education.

Exceeding of the education period or the rectification of an education day only takes place in consultation with The Old School Barber Academy. Extra costs for further support, guidance, counselling and additional training days will be charged separately, unless determined otherwise by The Old School Barber Academy.

  1. The Old School Barber Academy determines the costs based on a predefined amount or on hourly rates. Decision-making regarding the method of catching up of an education day and how high the costs are, lies fully with The Old School Barber Academy.

Article E. Invoicing and payment via the site

 

  1. The course price and the possible extra costs are invoiced beforehand. The invoice has to be paid within two weeks after invoice date.
  1. When the course price is not paid within two weeks after invoice date, the participant is at default and The Old School Barber Academy reserves the right to raise the amount owed with the legal interest, and will do so after summoning the applicant at least once. The legal costs will take effect from the date on which the default has occurred.
  1. All judicial and extrajudicial (collection) costs that The Old School Barber Academy made as a result of the non-compliance by the participant of his payment obligations, shall be borne by the participant.

 

  1. When the applicant fails to meet the payment obligations as aforementioned, The Old School Barber Academy reserves the right to exclude the participant from the course. The applicant shall be liable for the fulfilment of his obligation to pay for the education and for any additional costs at any time.
  1. The failing to attend classes by the participant will not lead to a reduction in course costs or any other amounts due.
  1. Interim termination by the participant does not exempt them from his/her payment obligations.

Article F. Cancellation arrangements

 

  1. Cancellation will only be accepted by registered letter, within two weeks after signing the application form for the course at The Old School Barber Academy.

Addressed to:

The Old School Barber Academy,

Nieuwe Binnenweg 113, 3014 GH

Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

The date of cancellation is the date of the postmark of the cancellation letter.

In case of cancellation within the cancellation period, cancellation costs are € 75,- for administration costs plus transaction costs if applicable. The course price already paid will be refunded to the applicant.

20 Week Basic Course – 2 days a week

  1. If cancelled up to 48 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 50% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.
  1. If cancelled up to 28 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 75% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.
  1. If cancelled within to 28 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 100% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.
  1. If the participant cancels after the start of the course, all the course costs are indebted. This includes tuition fees up to a maximum of 1 year after cancellation.

40 Week Basic Course – 1 day a week

  1. If cancelled up to 48 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 50% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.
  1. If cancelled up to 28 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 75% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.
  1. If cancelled within to 28 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 100% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.
  1. If the participant cancels after the start of the course, all the course costs are indebted. This includes tuition fees up to a maximum of 1 year after cancellation.

Shaving Course – 2 days a week

  1. If cancelled within 28 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 100% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.

 

Advanced Cutting Course – 3 days a week

  1. If cancelled within 28 days before the first day of class, the application costs and 100% of the tuition fee is indebted to The Old School Barber Academy.

 

Article G. Cancellation by The Old School Barber Academy

 

  1. The Old School Barber Academy reserves the right to cancel or postpone a course in case of supremacy or when there is a shortage of available spots or in case of insufficient participants and does not accept liability for the damage caused by cancellation or postponement of the course.
  1. The Old School Barber Academy obligates itself to disclose cancellation or postponement of the course to the participant at least one week in advance. The Old School Barber Academy will endeavor to provide the education within a reasonable period of time.

Article H. Timetable

  1. The timetable of the participant shall be sent no later than one week before the start of the course.
  1. The Old School Barber Academy reserves the right to change the timetable. Changes made will be announced to the participants involved as quickly as possible.

 

Article I. Changes to terms and conditions

 

  1. The Old School Barber Academy reserves the right to unilaterally change these terms and conditions. Changes made also apply with regard to contracts already concluded. Changes will be notified in writing and/or via e-mail and/or on the website of The Old School Barber Academy. The changes shall take action 30 (thirty) days after this notice or on a later date specified in the announcement. If participants do not wish to accept a change in the terms and conditions, he reserves the right to terminate the contract as of the date on which the amended terms become effective.
  1. If one or more articles or provisions of these terms and conditions be declared invalid by court ruling, the remaining articles and provisions of these terms and conditions shall fully remain valid and The Old School Barber Academy will introduce new articles or provisions to replace the invalid or void article/provisions, in which the purpose and intent of the invalid or void article/provisions are considered as far as possible.

Article J. Applicable law and choice of competent jurisdiction

 

  1. All agreements to which these general terms and conditions apply are governed by Dutch Law.
  1. Any disputes that may arise regarding the explanation or application of the provisions of the agreements or these general terms and conditions, both legal and factual, shall be settled by a competent judge in the region where The Old School Barber Academy is domiciled.

Article K. Privacy and complaints procedure

 

The Old School Barber Academy has a privacy- and complaints procedure which can be made available to the participant when requested. Complaints may be addressed in writing at any time to:

Directie The Old School Barber Academy

Nieuwe Binnenweg 113, 3014 GH

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

 

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