A Romalpa contract is a contract under which goods are sold subject to reservation of title.
The buyer only fulfils his or her part of the contract when he or she has made payment.
Title in the goods does not pass to the buyer until payment is made. Even though the buyer
has taken delivery of the goods they belong to the seller until the buyer pays for them.
When you become a distributor or reseller for EnaSolar you are accepting the terms of the
Title to Solar inverters or any other goods (the Goods) sold to you by EnaSolar shall remain
vested in EnaSolar or the parent company Enatel Limited (the Seller) and shall not pass to
the Buyer until the purchase price for the Goods has been paid in full and received by the Seller.
Until title to the Goods passes:
1. the Seller shall have authority to retake, sell or otherwise deal with and/or dispose of all or
any part of the Goods;
2. the Seller and its agents and employees shall be entitled at any time and without the need
to give notice enter upon any property upon which the Goods or any part are stored, or upon
which the Seller reasonably believes them to be kept;
3. the Buyer shall store or mark the Goods in a manner reasonably satisfactory to the Seller
indicating that title to the Goods remains vested in the Seller; and
4. the Buyer shall insure the Goods to their full replacement value, and arrange for the Seller to
be noted on the policy of insurance as the loss payee.
Irrespective of whether title to the Goods remains vested in the Seller, risk in the Goods shall
pass to the Buyer upon delivery.