(a) A standard term that is unfair is not binding on the party who did not supply it.
(b) A standard term in a b2b contract is unfair only if it significantly disadvantages the other party and is of such a nature that its use grossly deviates from good commercial practice, contrary to good faith and fair dealing. When assessing the unfairness of a term for the purposes of this Subsection, regard is to be had to the nature of what is to be provided under the contract, to the circumstances prevailing during the conclusion of the contract, to the other terms of the contract and to the terms of any other contract on which the contract depends.
(c) Contract terms are not subjected to an unfairness test under Subsection (b) if they reflect provisions of the law which would apply if the terms did not regulate the matter. The unfairness test under Subsection (b) does not apply to the definition of the main subject matter of the contract, or to the appropriateness of the price to be paid in so far as the relevant contract terms are presented in an accessible and comprehensible way.
(d) If the contract can reasonably be maintained without the unfair term, the other terms remain binding on the parties.