RentRem24 OÜ, registry code: 16534494, address: Vahepere 5-13, 13516
The Buyer

2.1 The Seller sells the spare parts for cars to the Buyer in accordance with confirmed orders, the Buyer accepts the goods and pays for them, the Surety is jointly and severally liable with the Buyer to the Seller.
2.2 The Buyer submits to the Seller (at least in general – electronically) an order for the spare parts needed via the electronic ordering centre if RentRem24 OÜ (
2.3 The application of a prepayment at the confirmation of each order is at the discretion of the Seller.

3.1 The Seller delivers the spare parts to the Buyer’s address, unless agreed otherwise.
3.2 Although the Seller takes reasonable steps to meet the delivery date set out in the confirmed order, it is indicative. The parties agreed that exceeding the delivery deadline does not constitute a breach of contract.
3.3 The buyer is obliged to inspect the spare parts when they are received. The Buyer may rely on the quantity of the Goods and/or defects reasonably ascertainable on inspection only if the non-conformity is recorded in writing in the presence of the Seller’s representative on receipt of the spare parts. The Buyer checks the durability of the batteries within 24 hours of receipt and notifies the Seller of any non-compliance within the same time limit. Any complaints made later will not be taken into account.
3.4 The Buyer confirms receipt of the spare parts in writing, including by signing the delivery note, at the request of the Seller’s representative. The fact of receipt of spare parts can also be confirmed by the Buyer’s signature on the Seller’s mobile electronic terminal. The goods are, among other things, delivered by placing them in a post box if the Buyer is not present and a photo is taken to prove delivery.
3.5 If there are hidden defects in the delivered spare parts that cannot be identified by visual inspection, the Buyer must notify the Seller of such defects within two (2) working days after the Buyer became aware or should have become aware of such defects. In this case, the Buyer must clearly identify the spare part and describe its non-conformity, as well as provide the relevant proof. Complaints submitted in breach of the agreed order are not subject to satisfaction.
3.6 If the Buyer does not accept the spare parts ordered and complying with the requirements, the Seller has the right to withdraw from the confirmed order and to claim from the Buyer a contractual penalty in the amount of 50% of the value of the confirmed order within 30 days.
3.7 Returning spare parts that comply with the terms of the contract to the Seller requires a special agreement between the parties. Products related to electricity and electronics cannot be returned. The Seller generally agrees to the return of spare parts that were delivered to the Buyer from a place other than the Seller’s warehouse, provided that the Buyer pays the Seller a contractual penalty in the amount of 50% of the value of the order and the spare part that is returned is undamaged, unused, clean and the packaging is intact.

4.1 The Buyer must pay for the spare parts within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of delivery, unless a different payment term is specified in the confirmed order.
4.2 The Seller may submit invoices arising from the Contract and concerning the Buyer’s payment obligations electronically. Non-receipt of the invoice does not release the Buyer from the payment obligation.
4.3 The day of payment for the spare parts is deemed to be the day the money has been credited to the Seller’s bank account.
4.4 If the Buyer fails to adhere to the agreed payment deadline, the Buyer will pay the Seller default interest of 0.1% of the outstanding amount for each calendar day of delay.
4.5 If the Buyer is in debt, the Seller has the right, without giving the Buyer any prior warning thereof, to assign the debt to a third party and/or address a third party in order to receive the services that are, among other things, related to the collection of the debt and/or representation in court (arbitration court) and/or enforcement of a court ruling (arbitral award). In this case the Buyer must, among other things, on the basis of the invoice submitted by the Seller and/or the court ruling (arbitral award), also compensate the Seller for all the costs and losses that the Seller has incurred and/or may incur in connection with the provision by a third party of the services specified in this clause of the contract.

5.1 The Seller may presume that natural persons acting on behalf of the Buyer have the necessary right of representation to order the spare parts, negotiate the contract terms, take delivery of the spare parts and carry out other transactions necessary for the Buyer’s economic activities.
5.2 When the spare parts are delivered to the Buyer at the place determined by the Buyer, the Buyer is required to ensure that a person authorised to receive the goods is present at the place of delivery of the spare parts determined by the Buyer. The Seller has the right to hand over the spare parts to any person who, without the Buyer’s authorisation, agrees to accept the goods on behalf of the Buyer at the place of delivery determined by the Buyer. In this case, it is deemed that the goods have been delivered and received by the Buyer.

6.1 The right of ownership of the spare parts belongs to the Seller until the Buyer has paid for the spare parts in full.
6.2 The Buyer is obliged to clearly mark the goods covered by the ownership reservation and notify its creditors and other concerned persons, including the lessor, of the Seller’s ownership reservation.

7.1 Estonian substantive law applies to the legal relations between the parties (Seller/Buyer, Seller/Surety).
7.2 Any disputes between the Seller and the Buyer will be resolved, as chosen by the person who filed the claim, either in Harju County Court or in the Court of Arbitration of the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the basis of the regulation of expedited procedure in its Rules. If the claim is submitted to the Court of Arbitration of the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the place of arbitration is Tallinn and the language is Estonian.
7.3 Any disputes between the Seller and the Surety arising from the contract will be finally settled by the Court of Arbitration of the Estonian Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the basis of the regulation of expedited procedure in its Rules. The place of arbitration is Tallinn and the language of arbitration is Estonian.

8.1 The Surety undertakes to be liable to the Seller for the performance of all of the Buyer’s obligations (including ancillary obligations) by the Buyer, which arise from the contract of sale between the Seller and the Buyer, the terms of which are set out in this contract document. The Buyer and the Surety are jointly and severally liable to the Seller.
8.2 The maximum amount of the Surety’s liability is EUR 7,000 (seven thousand euros). The Surety acknowledges that he or she has reasonably foreseen the possible extent of the potential damages caused by the breach of the Buyer’s obligations.
8.3 Pursuant to subsection 149 (2) of the Law of Obligations Act, the parties agree that the purpose of the contract of suretyship is also to provide security to the Seller for the occasion that a defence is set up by the Buyer. In view of such purpose of the contract of suretyship, the Surety cannot set up a defence against a claim of the Seller, e.g. due to the expiry or reduction of the Buyer’s obligations in its liquidation or bankruptcy proceedings.
8.4 The Seller has the right to immediately address a claim to the Surety without having previously submitted a claim to the Buyer. The Surety is obliged to perform the outstanding obligations of the Buyer under the contract for sale to the Seller no later than within fourteen (14) calendar days of the submission of the respective claim by the Seller to the Surety.

9.1 This contract document sets out all the terms and conditions, so that no prior declarations of intent or agreements between the parties to the contract are considered to be part of the contract (exclusion clause). The prior behaviour of the parties does not have any meaning with regard to the contract either.
9.2 All notices, orders and order confirmations, claims, requests, notifications, consents, invoices and other important information must be sent to the other party at least in a format that can be reproduced in writing (e-mail) to the e-mail address given on the first page of the contract document. A party is responsible for the accuracy and functioning of its contact details as set out above and undertakes to ensure that the notices sent to the contact details set out above are accessible to the party.
9.3 Notices are deemed to be in effect as of their receipt. A notice sent by e-mail is deemed received on the working day following the day on which it was sent.
9.4 The parties undertake to comply with all applicable laws and regulations on the protection of personal data (including, but not limited to, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR)) in relation to the processing of personal data by the respective party. The parties undertake to enter into all necessary data processing agreements governing the processing of personal data in connection with this contract.
9.5 The buyer guarantees herewith that it will comply strictly with the sanctions imposed by the EU (in particular Regulations 883/2014 and 269/2014), including no onward sales or deliveries to sanctioned states. This includes countries such as Cuba, Ukraine’s Crimea region, the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics, Iran, North Korea, Russia, Belarus, Syria; the list is not exhaustive.

If the Buyer breaches this obligation, the Seller will not bear any liability for this.