General Conditions

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Musica provides the information on this website in confidence, but can never guarantee its accuracy. This information can be changed or adapted without any warning. Musica can make improvements and/or changes in the described activities, projects, services and/or programmes at any time without prior notice.


All invoices are to be paid by the due date as mentioned on the invoice.

By non-payment of an invoice before its due date, any amount still outstanding must be immediately paid, irrespective of the payment terms granted in advance. All costs caused by non-payment shall be borne by the customer.

To be valid, complaints must be made in writing within 8 days (for European countries) and within 30 days (for non-European countries).


Cancellation by Musica
In case of cancellation of the whole or part of the project Musica will refund the participation fee.

Cancellation by the participant/client
If a valid cancellation is made due to unforeseen circumstances (illness, accident, etc.) Musica will refund the participation fee with a valid proof (e.g. doctor’s certificate), minus 25 euros for administrative costs. The costs already incurred by Musica will also be deducted from the participation fee. The following applies to all other cancellations:

more than 6 weeks: full refund minus 25 euros
6-2 weeks: 50% of the paid amount minus 25 euros
less than 2 weeks: no refund possible

Attention! Cancellations are only valid when delivered in writing.


Are insured against damages caused by a third party (BA) and have limited insurance against bodily injury.

Are not insured by Musica during courses. Musica can in no way be held responsible for damage to instruments or materials of participants or third parties.


a) Disputes will only be brought before the courts serving the district of 3910 Pelt (namely the Antwerp Business Court, Hasselt Division, the Court of First Instance Limburg, Hasselt Division and the Peace Court of the Canton of Pelt) at the choice of the plaintiff, according to their respective material jurisdiction. The foregoing is an exception in the case that another court or another division of a court would be exclusively competent by virtue of the applicable law. Besides this, Musica alone has the right to bring the dispute before the (national or foreign) court that would have jurisdiction and would be competent in case of disregard of the forum clause mentioned under a) above.