Parties - Agreement Sales/Delivery Contract

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Me , ______________, director of Hogwarts supporting team, agrees to enter into this contract with ______________ known as director of Daily Packaging Ltd. on 17 October 2013
This agreement is based on the following provisions:
1. The Hogwarts supporting team with ______________director, as responsible for a payment, is buying 10 machines from Daily packaging Ltd. With ____________ director, as responsible for a delivery.
2. The payment is doing by two parts, with the last one after machines delivered, with deadline of delivery 17 January 2014
3. In case of late delivery or late payment, the late side should pay 100 (one hundred) euro extra for each next day after deadline.
4. In case of severe cancellation from any part a penalty which is needed to be payed to another partie goes to 1000 (one thousand) euro.
5. The contract longs for 10 years and means to be used ones and any other time both sides will be agreed on this statements again.
Furthermore, the First Partie agrees:
Me, _______________ taking liabilities for giving a payment for the 10 machines of Daily Packaging Ltd. To _____________ in a summ 2300 (two thousand three hundreds) euro during next tree month with deadline 17 January 2014. and the Second Party agrees:
Me, ____________- taking all delivery costs and charges for delivery and liabilities for a machines warranty for a 6 months, starting after the date of machines delivery and any training course for the machine operators.

Invalidity or unenforceability of one or more provisions of this agreement shall not affect any other provision of this agreement.
This agreement is subject to the laws and regulations of the state of European Union.
Hogwarts supporting team Daily Packaging Ltd.
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