Legal notices


This site is the property of Adeos International SAS

TVA intracommunautaire (VAT) No. FR33 797 753 324

RCS (French Commerce and Business Registry) No.: 797 753 324

Share capital: €10,000

Head Office

6 rue du Lotier des Marais

PA Lande de Saint Jean 

35600 Sainte-Marie – FRANCE

Contact Details

02 99 71 04 07

Publishing Director

Paul François (CEO)


This site is hosted by Motion4ever SARL in Carquefou (FRANCE).

Head Office 

5 boulevard Ampère

44470 Carquefou (FRANCE)

Contact Details

02 40 52 78 30

General terms of sales

Confirmation of orders implies full and unreserved acceptance of our general terms of sales.


These General Terms of Sale exclusively govern the commercial and contractual relations between the Company Adeos international SAS and its customers.

These General Terms of Sale prevail over any general terms of purchase of the Customer and, more generally, over all documents issued by the Customer.

The Customer declares they have read and accepted these General Terms of Sale before placing their order. Confirmation of the order therefore implies full and unreserved acceptance of the General Terms of Sale, unless otherwise stipulated in the order.


2.1 Adeos International SAS will issue a pro forma invoice for the Customer’s call for bids or order, which will serve as the quote. The Customer will return the signed and dated pro forma by email or post to Adeos international SAS by way of acceptance of the quoted prices. The offer will only be confirmed once Adeos international SAS has issued a Confirmation of Receipt for the order.

Unless specifically agreed in writing, each order placed and accepted constitutes an independent contract that gives no right of renewal to the Customer.

2.2 The Customer possess the necessary competence within their area of expertise and is solely able to determine their own requirements and responsibilities.

Furthermore, Adeos International SAS declines all responsibility for errors in the design or manufacture of goods as well as, with regard to the Customer’s intended use of the goods, in the event the latter fails to include with the order necessary written indications and specifications and/or any particular requirements from primary contractors/clients such as architectural firms, inspection agencies, electrical installers, network managers, etc.

2.3 The Customer may not cancel an order without prior agreement. In the event that Adeos international SAS agrees to the cancellation of an order by the Customer, only the costs incurred will be invoiced. In the exceptional event that Adeos International SAS accepts an amendment to an order after the execution of the order has already commenced, the Customer will be required to pay for any parts created for that order.

In the event an order is cancelled without the agreement of Adeos International SAS, the costs incurred will be the responsibility of the Customer, and Adeos International SAS will be entitled to claim compensation from the Customer, which may be equal to the price provided.


3.1 Delivery times are given on the purchase order as a guide only and provide no guarantee on the part of the vendor, Adeos International SAS, unless expressly agreed by Adeos International SAS.

3.2 Delays in delivery cannot under any circumstances warrant cancellation of the order or give rise to any penalties or indemnities, unless expressly stipulated in the order.

3.3 Adeos International SAS is automatically released from any commitment relating to the availability of goods if payment obligations are not fully met.

3.4 The occurrence of a case of force majeure will lawfully and without formality suspend the contractual obligations of Adeos International SAS. Any event beyond the control of Adeos International SAS that hinders its normal operation with regard to the manufacture or shipment of products will constitute a case of force majeure. This includes but is not limited to total or partial shortage of raw materials and/or energy, supply disruption, total or partial strike, fire, flood, or an epidemic occurring on the premises of Adeos International SAS or those of its suppliers, subcontractors or carriers.


Delivery is made upon notification by the carrier.

Customs operations and handling during unloading of the goods are the Customer’s responsibility and are done at the expense of the Customer and at the Customer’s own risk, unless otherwise agreed by Adeos International.


5.1 The Customer must inspect all goods on delivery to ensure the quality, quantities and conformity correspond with the order. Complaints received more than 3 days after delivery will not be considered. Goods recognised as lacking conformity that are reported within the agreed period will be replaced or repaired. No compensation will be granted to the Customer for any reason whatsoever.

Failing this, the Customer will be deemed to have unreservedly accepted the delivery.

5.2 Any goods return requests for reasons of non-conformity can only be submitted following express prior agreement of Adeos International SAS. In such an event, Adeos International SAS will bear the costs of the return. Otherwise, the return costs will be borne by the Customer.

5.3 A delivery containing a non-conformity does not exempt the Customer from paying for the goods in accordance with the agreed payment term if no dispute is raised in relation to those goods.


6.1 Invoices will be issued as soon as the Customer is notified of the availability of their goods.

6.2 The payment terms are those set out on the final invoice.

6.4 Any payment facility that may be exceptionally agreed by Adeos International SAS does not oblige Adeos International SAS with regard to any subsequent future orders.


7.1 In the event of failure to comply with the terms of payment agreed on the Confirmation of Receipt issued by Adeos International SAS for the order, all outstanding sums are rightfully due without any prior formal notice from Adeos International SAS.

7.2 In the event of a partial or total non-payment, the Customer must pay Adeos International SAS a late-payment fee equalling three times the legal interest rate in force on the day of delivery. The penalty is calculated on the amount, excluding taxes, of the remaining amount due, and runs from the due date featured on the invoice without any prior notice being required.

Compensation of the sum of 40 Euro will be added to late payment penalties. This compensation is lawfully payable.

7.3 In the event of a non-payment or if Adeos International SAS has doubts concerning the solvency of its Customer, it reserves the right to terminate the contract or to suspend the execution of the part of the contract that has not yet been executed. This provision does not apply if the Customer makes a cash payment in advance or if they provide sufficient financial guarantees.


The transfer of risk takes place in accordance with the selected InCoTerm, set out on the final invoice.


Regardless of the destination of the equipment, Adeos International SAS retains full ownership of the sold equipment until full payment of the principal amount and all incidentals is made, unless otherwise stipulated.

The effective payment operating as a transfer of ownership is understood to be the final and definitive receipt of the bill of exchange and not merely the remittance thereof by the Customer to the bank.

If the Customer is subject to receivership or liquidation, Adeos International SAS reserves the right to have all unpaid equipment returned under the insolvency proceedings.


The relationship between Adeos SAS and its customers are governed by French law.

Any dispute or potential disagreement will fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Tribunal de Commerce de Rennes (Rennes Commercial Court).