Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions
Limunt ApS 
CVR no. DK15978333

  1. Submission of Offer
    1.1 The following Standard Terms and Conditions apply to agreements entered into with Limunt ApS, CVR no. 42551961 (the "Supplier").

    1.2 By accepting the Agreement, the terms and conditions applicable to the Supplier at any given time, which consist of this document with any appendices, are also accepted.

  2. Scope of Services
    2.1 After the Agreement has been signed, the agreed services will be delivered in accordance with the Agreement at the time and place specified in the Agreement.

    2.2 Unless otherwise agreed, the Agreement is valid until both Parties have delivered their respective services.

    2.3. The detailed scope and content of the services are regulated in the Agreement.

  3. Musicians etc.
    3.1 The Supplier uses professional musicians who are hired to provide the Agreed Service. The Supplier is entitled to change the choice of musicians after the conclusion of the Agreement. However, the Supplier is obliged to inform the Customer of any changes in the choice of musicians prior to the provision of the Service with a view to any comments from the Customer. However, the latter obligation only applies if the Customer has discussed preferences for the musician(s) in question in connection with the conclusion of the Agreement.
  4. Remuneration for the service
    4.1 The price for the service in question is regulated in the Agreement. It is based on the scope and content of the specific service, and the price is agreed separately in connection with the planning of the specific event.

    4.2 All prices are in DKK in Denmark, SEK in Sweden, NOK in Norway unless otherwise stated in the contract. Live music is exempt from VAT in Denmark, but Limunt charges a VAT-liable administration fee of DKK 150 excluding VAT per musician, which constitutes the VAT-liable part of the total price under the Agreement. In Sweden and Norway, Danish VAT legislation applies to private customers, while international VAT rules (reverse charge) apply to companies. 

  5. Payment and invoicing
    5.1 Payment is made in accordance with the information on the invoice. The payment deadline is 8 days from the date the invoice is sent to the Customer.

    5.2 Payment shall be made in accordance with the invoice details. The payment deadline is 8 days from the date of the invoice sent to the Customer.

    5.3 The Customer is responsible for ensuring that the Supplier is in possession of the most up-to-date information at any given time for use in the Supplier's invoicing.

  6. Default on payment
    6.1 In the event of default of payment, the Supplier reserves the right to charge an interest rate of 2% of the outstanding amount per month. The interest is charged 30 days after the invoice has been sent in accordance with applicable legislation.

    6.2 In the event of continued default of payment, the Supplier will charge collection costs in accordance with the relevant provisions of Danish law.

    6.3 In the event of continued default, the Supplier shall impose collection costs in accordance with Danish law.

  7. Supplier's Provision of the Service
    7.1 The Supplier undertakes to perform any Service with due care and skill, and at a high professional level, in accordance with the description of the Service in question and shall strive to achieve a high level of Customer satisfaction.
  8. Complaints and Right of Cancellation
    8.1 If a service does not live up to what has been agreed, the Customer must complain as soon as the matter in question is discovered and at the latest before the Service is finally delivered. Complaints are to relate solely to the choice of constellation of musicians and the number of musicians hired under the Agreement. Complaints cannot be made about the individual musicians' performance and the delivery of the Service, cf. also Section 9.

    8.2 TThe Customer may in no case complain about circumstances that are beyond the Supplier's control, cf. also Section 9. The Supplier is thus not obliged to rectify faults/defects that may be due to premises facilities, lack of space, lack of electrical installations or faults in electrical installations, etc. that may affect the Service provided by the Supplier, but which are beyond the Supplier's control and may be contrary to the information provided by the Customer to the Supplier.

    8.3 Once the Agreement has been concluded, the Agreement and its appendices may be cancelled within 7 days. Thereafter, the Agreement cannot be cancelled and must be terminated in accordance with what is stated in the Agreement and these terms and conditions, Section 12. The starting point here is that the Agreement and its appendices cannot be terminated/cancelled after the conclusion of the Agreement. If an Agreement on the delivery of a service has been concluded with less than 14 days' notice for delivery, the Customer cannot cancel.

  9. Warranties, Liability, Obligations and Other Matters
    9.1 The Supplier is not liable for any indirect or consequential loss suffered by the Customer in connection with the provision of the Service. This applies, for example, to loss of turnover, loss of profit, operating loss, claims from third parties or loss of goodwill.

    9.2 The Supplier is in no event, regardless of the circumstances, liable for loss of expected profit or any other form of indirect, specifically documented incidental or consequential loss arising from or in connection with the Service provided.

    9.3 The Supplier makes reservations for force majeure. In addition, there are also faults and defects that are outside the Supplier's area of responsibility. In these cases, the Supplier is thus exempt from liability.

    9.4 The Supplier is not responsible for any incorrect planning by the Customer, which may result in the duration of the service being shorter than stated in the Agreement. No discount is given in the agreed price as a result.

    9.5 If the Customer also has to use other suppliers of similar services offered by the Supplier, the Supplier cannot be held responsible for any loss, direct or indirect, which may arise from a service where someone other than the Supplier has provided the service, except for services delivered in force of the Supplier's assistance and which can be specifically attributed to the Supplier.

    9.6 If, despite the above limitations of liability, the Customer may make a justified claim, this may in no case exceed the remuneration for the Service.

    9.7 It is the Customer's responsibility to ensure that the Supplier is sufficiently informed about the Customer's circumstances and that these are updated at all times so that the Service can be provided in accordance with the Agreement. Should any change to the Service be due to a lack of information on the part of the Customer, the Supplier shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss that may result from the lack of information. No reduction in the price stated in the Agreement will be made as a result of the Customer's incorrectly provided information, which may result in a deterioration of the agreed Service.

    9.8 The Customer must contribute loyally to ensuring that the Service can be delivered as agreed, including fulfilment of the obligations set out in the Agreement and associated appendices.

    9.9 The Customer is obliged to keep the Supplier informed and updated regarding any changes to the Customer's contact information.

  10. Additional Services
    10.1 If there are any services that are not part of the Agreement entered into, the Supplier will state prices separately if the service is to be paid for by the Customer. Information will also be provided on any other costs that may be associated with this.

    10.2 Any license payment or other charges/payments will be settled separately in addition to the service provided by the Supplier.

  11. (Intellectual) Rights
    11.1 Should the Supplier produce products that may be protected by intellectual property rights in connection with the provision of the Service, all ownership thereof shall belong to the Supplier.

    11.2 The Supplier reserves the right to display and promote the Service provided for the Customer and the fact that the Supplier provides services to the Customer in question if the Customer is a business. Promotion may take place on the Supplier's own platforms, digital channels and in the Supplier's marketing material in general, including the use of the Customer's logo, unless otherwise separately agreed.

  12. Termination
    12.1 After the conclusion of the Agreement in question, the Customer may not terminate the Agreement, other than the right of cancellation of 7 days from the conclusion of the Agreement. The Customer is then obliged to pay the full price for the Service. If the Customer wishes to move the delivery of the Service to another date, the Supplier will seek to comply with the Customer's request, but if this proves impossible, the Customer is obliged to pay for the Service, regardless of the fact that the Service is not used.

    12.2 The Supplier cannot terminate the Agreement after it has been concluded and is thus obliged to deliver the Service in accordance with the Agreement.

  13. Breach
    13.1 In the event of material breach, a Party is entitled to compensation in accordance with the general rules of Danish law, cf. however clause 9 on limitations of the Supplier's liability.
  14. Disputes and Applicable Law
    14.1 If a dispute arises between the Parties, an attempt shall be made to resolve it amicably.

    14.2 If the dispute is not resolved amicably within 4 weeks after both Parties have become aware of the dispute, either Party may bring the case before the civil courts. The place of jurisdiction in this connection shall be the Supplier's registered office at any time.

    14.3 These terms and conditions and the Co-operation Agreement in general are governed by Danish law.

Last revised on 03.01.2023