Agreement on the Supply of Goods – Terms and Conditions

The supply of Goods by Novi list, d. o. o. (Supplier) to the contracting party (Client) is subject to this terms and conditions (Supply Agreement T&C).

Stipulations of this Supply Agreement T&C prevails over any potential Client’s terms and conditions for the purchase of the goods applicable at the Client’s place of business or any other terms and conditions in any purchase order, document, or other communication of Client.

This Supply Agreement T&C may only be modified in writing signed by both Supplier and the Client.

  1. DEFINITIONS OF THE TERMS. Within the scope of this Supply Agreement T&C the bellow listed terms have the following meaning:

Client – means any natural or legal person who orders and purchase the Goods, subject to the Agreement on the Supply of Goods.

Seller – is the manufacturer of the Goods, a wholesaler, exporter, retailer or other legal person participating in the supply chain of Goods who directly supplies the Goods to the Supplier for the purpose of reselling of the Goods to the Client.

Goods – is collective term for any item supplied by the Supplier under provisions of the Agreement on the Supply of Goods.

Proposal – means any offer/pro forma invoice issued by the Supplier to the Client for the purpose of supplying Goods to the Client, containing a specification of the items to be supplied.

Order Confirmation – means the Client’s written confirmation of the Proposal by which the Client orders and confirms the purchase of the items specified in the Proposal.


  1. LIMITATIONS. The Supplier supplies Goods to the Client within the process of performance of design services. Agreement on the Supply of Goods, including this Supply Agreement T&C, is therefore integral part of the framework agreement, concluded between the Supplier and the Client, governing the performance of the Supplier’s Services – as e.g. Project Management Agreement (Framework Agreement). Client may elect to purchase goods, directly from the Seller, however such goods are not subject to Agreement on the Supply of Goods, including this Supply Agreement T&C. Billing disputes, delivery schedules, quality issues or any other issues arising from the Client’s own purchases of such goods remain the sole responsibility of the Client. Upon request and for additional fee, the Supplier shall assist the Client in solving these issues as well as provide other services in relation to such goods (as e.g. arranging installation of such goods).


  1. Unless otherwise stated in the Proposal, Proposals are subject to change at any time without prerequisite notice. All Proposals are subject to acceptance by the Client. All Goods are subject to the Order Confirmation. By submitting an Order Confirmation, the Client accepts also any potential special or additional terms and conditions expressly set out in the Proposal and/or gives the consents expressly set out in the Proposal. The Supplier shall not order or supply any Goods not previously specified in the Proposal. Purchase orders shall not be issued until the Supplier has received Order Conformation. The Order Confirmation is binding for the Client. The Order Confirmation is subject to this Supply Agreement T&C. The Order Confirmation are non-cancellable and the supplied Goods are non-returnable. The Client may not change, cancel, or reschedule Order Confirmation without Supplier’s written consent.


  1. The price of each specific item is set out in the Proposal specification. The prices quoted in specification include the freight charges, but do not include taxes, duties, tariffs or any other similar charges or fees for additional services or expenses, including but not limited to any extraordinary increased freight charges, increased operating expenses (collectively, Additional Fees). Unless otherwise stated in the Proposal, Client is responsible for any and all Additional Fees. Prices are subject to change due to price increases at the Seller, change in exchange rate, quoting errors, updating pricing due to delays in Order Confirmation or any other reason. The price of Goods dispatched on or after the effective date of any price increase will be at the price in effect at the time of dispatch.

The price of the Goods as specified in the Proposal does not include payment for any other services (e.g. arranging the processing or installation of the Goods), provided by the Supplier in the scope of Framework Agreement (except for the supply of the Goods), and will be charged additionally, in accordance with the fee, agreed in advance in writing by the parties.

The Client acknowledges that the Supplier’s retail prices for the supplied Goods include the value of the Supplier’s retail margin. The Supplier shall not disclose any information regarding prices acquired as a participant in the supply chain of the Goods and will protect this data as a confidential trade information.


  1. TERMS OF PAYMENT. Advance payment of the entire (100 %) purchase value of the Goods is required in accordance with the Proposal and Order Confirmation. The Supplier shall place the order with the Seller only after the Client has paid the pro forma invoice in full. Payment is due as stated on Supplier’s invoice without offset or any deduction for withholding taxes or any other reason. On any past due invoice, Supplier may charge statutory interest from the payment due date to the date of payment. Supplier may modify any payment terms prior to the Goods being dispatched, or delay, reschedule or cancel any dispatch or order for any reason.


  1. DELIVERY. Unless otherwise stated in the Proposal, all supplied Goods are delivered to the location defined by the Client . If the Supplier quotes the delivery date, such date is only an estimate and inter alia subject to the Supplier’s timely receipt of the Goods from the Seller. Supplier shall not be responsible or liable for any costs, losses or damages arising out of or related to: (i) any failure to deliver Goods within the time prescribed therefor; (ii) delay in delivery; (iii) partial delivery or (iv) early delivery. The Client is bound to accept Goods notwithstanding of delayed, partial or early delivery. The Client can not cancel an Order Confirmation based on delay in the delivery of all or part of the Goods under Order Confirmation or based on delay in the delivery of any other Order Confirmation(s).


  1. INSPECTION OF GOODS. The Client is bound to inspect the Goods in accordance with the statutory provisions (governing the sales contract, contract for work, service contract or any other contract, whichever is appropriate according to the common intent of the Supplier and the Client, pursued by them in the Framework Agreement) and in accordance to the wholesaler’s return policy on damaged goods. Such information will be stated on each offer/pro forma invoice. Any delay in the performance of the services due to the Client’s failure to inspect the Goods in a timely manner shall be the sole responsibility of the Client. If the Supplier and the Client have agreed that the Supplier shall arrange the items supplied under the Agreement on the Supply of Goods and this Supply Agreement T&C to be processed or combined with other items by any Third Person (Processing of the Product), the Supplier shall inspect the Goods prior being processed on behalf of the Client only on the basis of the Client’s express authorisation. If the Supplier does not have the Client’s authorisation to inspect the Goods, Processing of the Products will not start before the Goods have been inspected by the Client.


  1. TITLE AND RISK. Title shall pass to the Client upon delivery of the Goods. The Client assumes the risks from the moment of delivery, unless the Supplier and the Client have agreed that the Supplier shall install, assemble, mount, display the items or do any similar work (Installing of the Product). If Installing of the Product is agreed, the risk is assumed after the installed item is inspected or could be inspected. If the Processing of the Product is agreed, the title and the risk shall pass to the Client prior the item is


  1. WARRANTY. The Client acknowledges that the Supplier is not the manufacturer of the Goods supplied under the Agreement on the Supply of Goods and this Supply Agreement T&C. The Supplier is not liable for any material and/or legal defects of the Goods to a Client-Non-Consumer. For additional fee the Supplier will assist the Client by enforcing the Client’s warranty claims against the To the Client-Consumer the Supplier shall be liable for the non-conformity of Products within the scope of the Consumer Protection Act.

The Supplier MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY to the Client (Non-consumer and Consumer), express or implied. All other warranties or other terms, express or implied by statute or otherwise, are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by the law.

The Supplier shall be under no liability to the Client (Non-consumer and Consumer) in respect of any defect in the Goods arising from fair wear and tear, or any wilful damage, negligence, subjection to abnormal working conditions, failure to follow the Supplier’s or manufacturer’s instructions, misuse or alteration or repair of the Goods without the Supplier’s approval, or any other act or omission on the part of the Client, its employees or agents or any third party.

Supplier shall pass to the Client (Non-consumer and Consumer) any transferable warranties, indemnities, and remedies provided to the Supplier by the Seller, including those for the intellectual property infringements, if any, to the extent it is permitted to do so.


  1. UNSUBTANTIATED GOODS RETURN. In the case of the Client’s unsubstantiated return of the Goods, the Supplier may return the Goods that are not eligible for their return under the provisions of the Supply Agreement T&C and applicable law to the Client at the Client’s expense or hold such items to be collected by the Client at the Client’s expense, including the cost of storage.


  1. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.In any action under or relating to the supply of the Goods by the Supplier, whether based in contract, warranty, tort (including negligence) or any other legal ground, Supplier shall not be liable for any indirect, special, incidental, punitive or consequential damages, including loss of profits, loss of revenue, loss of data, loss of use, rework, repair, encroachment upon the reputation or loss of customers even if the Supplier has been advised of the possibility of such damages. The Supplier shall not be liable for backorders or delays due to manufacturing issues. In no event shall the Supplier’s liability arising out of or in connection with the supply of Goods exceed the total amount paid to the Supplier for the specific Goods. To the extent the Supplier cannot lawfully disclaim any implied or statutory warranties, the Client’s statutory warranty rights are not affected by this limitation of liability.


  1. FORCES BEYOND SUPPLIER’S CONTROL. Supplier will not be in breach of the Agreement on the Supply of Goods and will not be liable for failure to fulfil its obligations under such Agreement, if any such failure or delay is due to or arising out of Force Majeure, an act of nature, act or omission of the Client, act of a governmental authority, including laws, regulations, orders or decrees, operational disruptions, man-made or natural disaster, epidemic, pandemic, shortage of labour, energy, fuel, materials or Products, strike, labour action, criminal act, war, terrorism, civil unrest, delay in delivery or transportation, inability to obtain labour, materials or Goods through regular sources, communication or power failures or any cause beyond the Supplier’s reasonable control.


  1. PREVAILING LANGUAGE. This Supply Agreement T&C are drawn up in the Slovenian and English language. In the event of any inconsistency or conflict between the Slovenian and English version, the Slovenian version shall prevail.


    1. The Agreement on the Supply of Goods including this Supply Agreement T&C shall be governed, construed, and enforced in accordance with the Slovenian law without reference to the conflict of laws principles. The courts of the Slovenia (i.e. the competent court in Ljubljana) shall have jurisdiction and venue over all controversies arising out of, or relating to the Agreement on the Supply of Goods and this Supply Agreement T&C. Each party consents to the exercise by any such court of personal jurisdiction over them and each party waives any objection it might otherwise have to venue, personal jurisdiction, inconvenience of forum, and any similar or related doctrine. The provisions of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods shall not apply to this Supply Agreement T&C neither to the Agreement on the Supply of Goods.
    2. Client may not assign the Agreement on the Supply of Goods or any right or obligation hereunder without the Supplier’s prior written consent.
    3. The unenforceability or invalidity of any term or condition of the Agreement on the Supply of Goods including this Supply Agreement T&C will not affect the remainder of this Supply Agreement T&C.
    4. The Client consents to the Supplier to process the personal data obtained by the Supplier in connection with the supply of the Goods, as follows: (i) in strict accordance with applicable law including EU data protection principles and requirements; (ii) solely for the purpose of facilitating communication and collaboration and for purchasing Products/supplying Goods and for no other purposes (iii) to the minimum extent necessary to achieve the purpose of the data processing.



Justin Richard Young, Director

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  • Adria to launch Ljubljana to Kiev route

    The Slovenian national carrier Adria Airways is to launch regular flights to the Ukrainian capital from Ljubljana Brnik airport, The route will launch in October and there will be three flights a week on Thursday, Friday and Sunday, with the return flights being on Monday, Friday and Saturday.

    As well as providing a useful link with Ukraine, the route is also expected to be an important springboard to other European destinations from Kiev. 

  • Luton Town to Come to Slovenia for Training Camp

    The English football league club Luton Town, known as the Hatters, are coming to Slovenia in July for a week-long training camp. They players and coaching staff will be based just outside Maribor, at the same place where Scottish side Celtic was based for preseason training.

    Slovenia, and especially Maribor, has been keen to promote itself as a great location for such training events with excellent facilities and accommodation and additional attractions such as sports physio services and wellness centres, in particular, those available at the country’s numerous spa centres

  • Slovenian Music Superstar to Play in the USA

    Vlado Kreslin, one of the best known and most popular Slovenian musicians will play a convert in Cleveland, Ohio on 3rd December. Kreslin, who is often referred to as the ‘Slovenian Bob Dylan’ first came to prominence in the Yugoslavian days, as a member of the 1970s rock band Martin Krpan but his solo incarnation veers more towards the genres of folk-rock. 

    While Kreslin is in the States on a short concert tour, the Cleveland date is particularly special because around 40 percent of Slovene Americans live in the state, the greatest concentration od them in the US, and of them the majority live in the Greater Cleveland area.

  • Ljubljana to Amsterdam flights from April 2017

    Dutch budget carrier Transavia is to launch three weekly flights connected Ljubljana with Amsterdam from April 2017. Tickets are already on sale and start at €29 one way. The flights will take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

    As well as being an attractive destination in its own right, Amsterdam is a useful hub for flights to destinations all over the world, and especially for those looking for easy access to regional UK airports. 


  • Lendava to bid for European Capital of Culture title

    Lendava in the far east of Slovenia is making an ambitious bid to win the title European Capital of Culture for 2025. 

    Slovenia’s Minister for Culture has endorsed the bid, saying that it represents an important chance to decentralise culture and spread it to small towns, not just to concentrate it in the bigger cities.

    Campaigning proper will begin in earnest in 2019 but a conference has just taken place in the town to get the ball rolling. Organisers say that Lendava will make the bid along with partner towns, citing Croatia’s Čakovec, Austria’s Bad Radkersburg and Hungary’s Szentgotthard as possibilities. 


  • Celtic Football Club Coming to Slovenia

    Despite the Euros being in full swing, it’s that time of year when football supporters start thinking about the new season. How many new signings will their side make and how will those players fit into the existing team? Will they have a good run in the cup, or will they be fighting for survival once again?

    Following an age-old tradition of pre-season tours, this year Glasgow Celtic, one of Scotland’s biggest clubs has chosen Slovenia for its short trip abroad. The brief tour will kick off in Celje on 30 June before heading over the border to play Austria’s Sturm Graz on 3 July. The Bhoys, as they are known, will return to Slovenia to play Olimpija at Ljubljana’s Stožice Stadium on 6 July and the final match will take place at the Ljudski vrt in Maribor on 9 July.

    Celtic have met NK Maribor already: in 2014 they faced each other in a play-off for entry to the Uefa Champions League, and after the two legs Maribor came out the victors, winning on aggregate 1-2.

    This time, Celtic will be led by their new manager Brendan Rodgers who previously managed Liverpool FC.

  • Slovenia Estates Comes To Kobarid

    We’ve opened a new Slovenia Estates office in Kobarid, in the Soča Valley. This beautiful area has long been popular with Slovenian families as well as holiday makers and second home owners, and we are delighted to be able to based in Kobarid so we can better meet the needs of sellers and buyers in the far west of Slovenia.

  • Plečnik chair sells for 40,000 Euro

     A chair designed by Slovenia’s most celebrated architect Jože Plečnik has been sold at auction for over €40,000 and returned to its original home at the same time.

    Plečnik is usually associated with Ljubljana, having overseen the redesign of the large parts of the city in the first half of the twentieth century and his distinctive style is easy to spot. However, he was also responsible for a major reworking of Prague Castle in the Czech capital between 1921 and 1934 and this chair was part of that project, having been designed to sit in the study of the President at the time, Tomas Garrigue Masaryk.

    Plečnik actually had three of these chairs made but only one managed to stay in Prague Castle throughout the Communist period. In fact, for a long time curators there thought that chair was one of a kind until a second chair was returned to Prague Castle in a bad condition in 2006, and they were delighted when this third chair turned up at auction. 

  • Ljubljana to Warsaw Six Flights Weekly

    From 1 March flights will commence between Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport to Warsaw. There will be six flights weekly and they will be operated by Polish carrier LOT. Flight time is less than two hours and Warsaw gives Slovenian passengers a useful connection for onward travel to a variety of destinations including northern Europe and Scandinavia and even the United States.

  • New Bled Office

    We have opened a new office in the centre of Bled. This will serve as our base in the Bled/Bohinj/Kranjska Gora areas. The office is situated in the main shopping centre on the first floor next to Gallus Pizzeria. Lots of lovely properties from the area are displayed in the window!

  • We have opened an office in The Old Town

    We are pleased to annouce we have opened a new office in the heart of Ljubljana’s Old Town on Gornji Trg 1. We have shop front space so lots of lovely properties in the window. Please come and visit us whenever you can!

  • Slovenia real estate increases in popularity

    This year we have seen a marked increase in foreigners interested to buy Slovenian rela estate. Buyers from both the West of Europe, Russia and the US are taking advantage of low real estate price due to the Crisis in Europe before any rises are seen. Most popular areas are Ljubljana, Bled & Portoroz and with more and more sellers becoming very flexible on asking prices its fast becoming an attractive overseas destination for foreigners looking for both their own property as well as a secure long term investment

  • Slovenia Property Blog page

    We have now set up a new Blog page with news articles on Slovenian real estae, topical issues, news and featured & bargain properties. We will be updating the page each week with stories, so please check the page out for up to date information on Real estate in Slovenia. Click HERE to go to the page


  • Ljubljana Apartments moving faster

    This year we have noticed a marked increase in the both the number of enquiries about Ljubljana real estate as well as overall transactions, we ourselves have sold more this year than last and while generally it is still the foreign buyer who is buying enquiries from locals have also increased slowly. The feeling locally is prices in the city may have reached their low point and with faint signs of a recovery in Europe generally that feeling may well be borne out.

  • Slovenia real estate bargains

    There is more and more excellent value real estate in Slovenia now, with local owners unable to finance renovations or improvements themselves, there is a good supply of property in need of renovation at some very attractive prices. With Slovenia Estates project managing renovations, a project need not be a headache but a very worthwhile investment. Contact us for the best bargain real estate in Slovenia on the market.

  • We have moved

    We have moved to lovely new offices in Prule, the Old part of Ljubljana. With increased space, interiors designed by JVBdesignworks, and a fantastic shop front location we are looking forward to welcoming new & old faces to Žabjak 2, Ljubljana 1000.

  • Slovenia Self Catering

    Slovenia self catering accommodation is extremely popular and gaining more popularity as competition increases amongst available self catering houses and apartments and quality rises. We have some delightful self catering properties in Slovenia for vacation rental. They can be found here . We also know of many more available so contact us if you wish to rent a house or apartment in Slovenia for an unforgettable holiday.

  • Ljubljana Apartment Sales

    Further to the recent News we posted on “Ljubljana Sells Best” we wanted to provide more information on Ljubljana real estate. The sales are nearly always apartments and always in the centre of town. The demand from foreign buyers for houses in Ljubljana is low as they want to be located very centrally and this means apartments. Ljubljana villas in for example the Rozna Dolina area are also priced at a level that is too high for most Slovenia real estate investors.

  • Ljubljana Sells best

    This year we have sold more real esate in Ljubljana than any other year. It seems investors from various parts of the globe see Ljubljana as perfect place to buy. Small, neat and improving year on year, with a fabulous centre and old town and with prices at a very competitive level. The most popular areas being the historic old town and the centre, and despite no cars being allowed in the old town, buyers seem to accept this with the positives that come with that. See our Ljubljana real estate section for more details.

  • Portoroz real estate on the up

    We are experiencing a marked increase in enquiries and sales of real estate in Portoroz. The buyers are mainly from Russia and Ukraine, wanting Villas with sea views. Prices of Portoroz real estate remain high but have come down considerably over the past few years. Real estate in Portoroz is in short demand and quality property goes fairly quickly if priced correctly.

  • Luxury Hisa Zeenia for Slovenia holiday rental

    We are pleased to announce the availabilty of this wonderful, magical House for rent in Slovenia. Hisa Zeenia is a truly magnificent house available for a Holiday rental in Slovenia all year round. With outdoor Natural swimming pool and 7 bedrooms, landscaped gardens and all located in the stunning Soca Valley its one of the best holiday properties to rent in slovenia. Click here for more

  • Prekmurje Property

    We are seeing a marked increase in the Prekmurje region again. Both Slovenians and foreigners are enquiring about property in Prekmurke, especially old style houses with some land. Renovation projects remain popular and views a must. Prices have come down since the crisis and with the Euro falling it has become a very attractive area to look at.

  • New section here

    As you can see this is a new section we have just added, to keep our customers up to date with whats going on with Elite and real estate here in Slovenia. It will be regularly updated.

  • A Bargain!

    Does it get any cheaper than this for a renovation project, a lovely village, a quiet street, some land all for €25000! Click here

  • New Properties added

    We have been out and about over the past few weeks seeing and adding new properties to our website. Over the next few weeks many more will be added so its a good idea to register for updates if you wish to be kept informed of whats new in Slovenia real estate.

  • Another Beauty – Karst Project

    We are pleased to announce another superb development in the popular Karst region. Beautiful, modern villas in a rural setting, super views and highly energy efficient, these represent Slovenia real estate at its best. For details click here, a full presentation of visuals will also be found here. For more details just contact us.

  • Lipica Villas

    Together with a partner agency we are soon to be launching a beautiful new development in Lipica, just opposite the entrance to the famous Lipica Estate where the famous Lipizzaner horses are from. This represents Slovenia real estate at its finest…Click here for a sneak preview

  • Summer Here!

    The good weather has arrived just in time for the holidays and the three public holiday days here in Slovenia. Blue skies 26 degrees, everything green its a very beautiful time!


  • Good Weather means enquiries

    Its always interesting to see the corallation between good weather and increased enquiries for Slovenia real estate. Over the past few weeks when its been cold and rainy enquiries were low, now people see the sun is coming back and the enquiries have risen. Forget the moon! We are ruled by the sun!

  • Success in Moscow

    We are happy to report that our attendance at the Moscow Real Estate fair was a great success, we were the only representation Slovenia had and that proved effective. There was much interest in Slovenia especially in the €150-€250,000 price range. Many of the visitors to the Croatia stands were also coming our way so its good to know that many consider Slovenia as an alternative to Croatia.

  • Soca Interest

    Interest in the Soca region of Slovenia has reached the highest level in two years. People have always loved this area for Slovenia real estate for its beauty but it seems people are really seeing all the benefits of this popular area and preferring it to other areas.

  • Karst Interest, new stone villas

    We have seen a marked increase in enquiries for the Karst (Kras) region of Slovenia, we will soon be selling stone villas in a new exclusive development in Lipica, home of the famous Lipizzaner horses. We will publish more information once we start the marketing campaign

  • Moscow Fair

    We will be promoting 4 fabulous new developments at the fair as well as all our beautiful properties on our books. As well as meeting all the agencies we work with and several we will hopefully be working with in the future.

  • New Site Comments

    We have recieved many kind comments about our re designed site, Thank you to all those that sent emails with such great comments. We also received some great suggestions about what people would like to see on the site and we will be working on including many of these suggestions!

  • Katja to get Licence

    Our Office general manager Katja Keber is studying for her real estate licence, let’s hope she gets it soon!

    Katja has been with SE for 4 years and has a great understanding of how Slovenia real estate Market works so we expect her to pass first time!

  • Off to Moscow

    The SE team will be attending the International Real Estate Fair in Moscow in April, we will be promoting selected properties and projects on our books.

    The show is Russia’s largest real estate show and in the past Slovenia real estate has not been presented before, so a first for Slovenia and Elite!

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