Paid for goods or services, but not received them?

If you have ordered and paid for certain services or goods, but they are not delivered, and your supplier (the one who is supposed to deliver these services or goods) does not respond to your reminders and requests, you can ask for our help.

We can often inform you about the possibilities in an initial no-obligation meeting: from a notice of default to legal action.

Fulfilment of agreements

Dutch contract law is based on the principle that contracts concluded must be fulfilled. If your business relation is unable to fulfil its obligations, you can and must take certain steps to ensure that you receive (i) the goods ordered (ii) or your money back in a legally correct manner.

An angry letter is not enough, and it would be a shame if you were to worsen your good position through the wrong approach.

Please feel free to contact us to find out what you can and must do to still receive the goods or get your money back.

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