TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. Common terms
1. These General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter referred to as the “Business Terms”) are issued pursuant to Section 1751 et seq. of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the Civil Code (hereinafter referred to as the “Civil Code”)
with registered office: Milady Horákové 358/7
registered at Municipal Court of Justice in Prague, C 247327
(the ” Seller “)
2. These terms and conditions govern the mutual rights and obligations of the vendor and the natural person who concludes the sales contract outside his or her business as a consumer or within the scope of its business activities (hereinafter referred to as the ” buyer “) through a web-based web site located at the Internet address e old.blindshell.com (hereinafter referred to as the ” internet shop “).
3. Business terms and conditions are an integral part of the sales contract. Distinctive arrangements in the Purchase Agreement take precedence over the provisions of these Terms and Conditions.
4. These Terms of Business and Purchase Agreement are concluded in Czech language.
2. Product and price information
1. Information on the goods, including the prices of the individual goods and their main features, are given for individual goods in of the internet store catalog. Goods prices are listed including VAT, all related fees, and the cost of returning the goods if these goods can not by their nature be returned by normal mail. Product prices remain valid for as long as they are displayed in online store. This provision does not preclude the negotiation of a purchase contract under individually negotiated terms.
2. All presentations of the goods placed in the internet shop catalog are informative and the seller is not obliged to conclude a purchase contract for these goods.
3. Information on costs associated with packing and delivery of goods is published in the online store. Information on the costs associated with the packing and delivery of goods listed in the online shop is valid only in cases when the goods are delivered within the territory of the Czech Republic
4. Any discounts with the purchase price of the goods can not be combined, unless the seller pays buyers otherwise.
3. Order and conclusion of the purchase contract
1. Costs incurred by the buyer when using remote means of communication in connection with the conclusion of the purchase contract (the cost of the internet connection, the cost of the telephone calls) is covered by the buyer himself. These costs do not differ from the basic rate.
2. The buyer is ordering the goods in the following ways:
– through his customer account, if he has previously registered in online shop,
– by filling in the order form without registration.
3. When placing an order, the buyer selects the goods, the number of items, the way of payment and delivery.
4. Before sending the order, the buyer is allowed to check and modify the data he has placed in the order. The order is sent by the buyer to the seller by clicking on the button Order The details given in the order are considered by the seller to be correct. The condition of the validity of the order is the filling in of all required data in the order form and confirmation by the buyer that he has become acquainted with these terms and conditions.
5. Immediately upon receipt of the order, the seller will send the buyer an acknowledgment of receipt of the order to the email address the buyer entered upon ordering. This acknowledgment is automatic and is not considered to be a contract. Attachment of the confirmation is the current business conditions of the seller. The purchase contract is closed only after the order has been received by the seller. Notification of receipt of the order is delivered to the buyer’s email address.
6. In the event that any of the requirements specified in the order can not be met by the seller, the buyer will send a modified offer to his / her email address. The amended offer is considered to be a new draft Purchase Agreement and the Purchase Agreement is then terminated by a Buyer’s acknowledgment of receipt of this offer to the Seller at its email address specified in these business conditions.
7. All orders accepted by the seller are binding. The buyer may cancel the order until the buyer receives a notice of acceptance of the order by the seller. Buyer can cancel the order by phone by phone or email of the seller listed in these business conditions.
8. In the event that there is an obvious technical error on the part of the seller when the price of the goods is stated in online store, or in during the ordering process, the seller is not obliged to deliver the goods to the buyer for this obviously erroneous price. The seller will inform the buyer of the error without undue delay and will send the buyer a modified offer to his / her email address. The revised bid is considered as a new draft Purchase Agreement, and the Purchase Agreement is then entered into by a Buyer Acceptance Receipt at the seller’s email address
4. Payment terms and delivery of goods
1. The buyer may pay the price of the goods and any costs associated with the delivery of the goods in accordance with the sales contract in the following ways:
– cashless transfer to Seller’s bank account No. 107-7231670257 / 0100 with Komerční banka
– cash on delivery at the time of delivery
2. Together with the purchase price, the buyer is required to pay the seller the costs associated with the packaging and delivery of the goods at the agreed rate. Unless otherwise specified, the purchase price and the costs associated with the delivery of the goods are further understood.
3. In the case of cash payments, the purchase price is payable upon receipt of the goods. In the case of a non-cash payment, the purchase price is payable within 14 days of the purchase contract being concluded.
4. In the case of a non-cash payment, the buyer’s obligation to pay the purchase price is fulfilled when the relevant amount is credited to the seller’s bank account.
5. The seller does not require the buyer any advance or other similar payment in advance. Payment of the purchase price before shipment of goods is not a backup.
6. Under the Sales Records Act, the seller is required to issue a receipt to the buyer. At the same time, he is required to register the received revenue with the tax administrator online, at in the event of a technical outage within 48 hours at the latest
7. The goods are delivered to the buyer:
– to the address specified by the buyer of the order
8. The delivery method is chosen during the ordering of the goods.
9. Cost of delivery of goods in Depending on how you ship and take over the goods, see buyer’s order and v confirmation of the order by the seller. If the mode of transport is agreed upon by a buyer’s special request, the buyer bears the risk and any additional costs associated with this mode of transport.
10. If the seller is obliged to deliver the goods in the place specified by the buyer in the order, according to the purchase contract, the buyer is obliged to take over the goods upon delivery. If, for reasons of buyer’s need, it is necessary to deliver the goods repeatedly or in a manner other than that stated in the order, the buyer is obliged to pay the costs associated with the repeated delivery of the goods, respectively. costs associated with another delivery method.
11. Upon receipt of the goods from the transporter, the buyer is obliged to check the integrity of the packaging of the goods and, in the event of any defects, to notify the carrier without undue delay. In the event of a violation of the packaging indicating unauthorized entry into the consignment, Buyer is not required to take delivery of the consignment from the carrier.
12. The seller shall issue to the buyer a tax document – an invoice. The tax document is sent to the buyer’s email address.
13. The buyer acquires ownership of the goods by paying the entire purchase price for the goods, including delivery costs, but first by taking over the goods. Liability for accidental destruction, damage or loss of goods passes to the buyer at the moment of taking over the goods or at the time the buyer has the obligation to take over the goods, but contradiction with the purchase contract did not do so.
5. Withdrawal from the contract
1. A buyer who has concluded a sales contract outside his business as a consumer has the right to withdraw from the sales contract.
2. The withdrawal period is 14 days from the date of receipt of the goods.
3. The buyer can not, among other things, withdraw from the sales contract:
– the provision of services if they were fulfilled with his prior express consent before the expiration of the withdrawal period and the seller had informed the buyer, before concluding the contract, that in this case he had no right to withdraw from the contract,
– the supply of goods or services the price of which depends on financial market disparities, irrespective of the will of the seller and which may occur during the withdrawal period,
– the supply of alcoholic beverages which can be delivered only after thirty days and whose price depends on financial market displacements independent of the seller’s will,
– on the supply of goods which has been adjusted according to the buyer’s wish or for his person,
– the supply of perishable goods as well as goods which have been irreversibly mixed with other goods after delivery,
– the delivery of goods in closed packaging which the buyer has removed from the packaging and can not be returned for hygienic reasons,
– delivering an audio or video recording or a computer program if it has broken its original packaging,
– delivery of newspapers, periodicals or magazines,
– delivery of digital content if it was not supplied on a physical carrier and was delivered with the prior express consent of the buyer prior to the expiration of the withdrawal period and the seller communicated to the purchaser before the contract was concluded that in this case he had no right to withdraw from the contract,
– in other cases referred to in Section 1837 of the Civil Code.
4. To comply with the withdrawal period, the buyer must submit a withdrawal notice within the withdrawal period.
5. To withdraw from the purchase contract, the buyer may use the template form to withdrawal from the contract provided by the seller. The buyer resigns from the sales contract to the vendor email address or mailing address listed in these business conditions. The Seller shall acknowledge receipt of the form without undue delay to the Buyer.
6. The buyer who has withdrawn from the contract is obliged to return the goods to the seller within 14 days of withdrawal from the contract to the seller. The buyer bears the cost of returning the goods to the seller, even if the goods can not be returned by their normal postal route.
7. If the buyer withdraws from the contract, the seller shall return all funds, including the delivery costs received from him, in the same manner without delay, but no later than within 14 days of withdrawal. The Seller shall return the received money to the Buyer in a different way only if the buyer agrees and does not incur any additional costs.
8. If the buyer chooses a different than the cheapest way of delivering the goods the seller offers, the seller returns the buyer the cost of delivering the goods corresponding to the cheapest way of delivering the goods.
9. If the buyer withdraws from the purchase contract, the seller is not obliged to return the received funds to the buyer before the buyer delivers it to the buyer or proves that the goods have been dispatched to the seller.
10. Goods must return the buyer to the seller undamaged, unused and unpolluted and, if possible, in the original packaging. The Seller is entitled to indemnify the Seller against the buyer’s claim for repayment of the purchase price.
11. The seller is entitled to withdraw from the purchase contract due to the out of stock, the unavailability of the goods, or when the manufacturer, importer or supplier of the goods has interrupted the production or importation of the goods. The Seller shall immediately inform the Buyer via the e-mail address given in the order and within 14 days of the notice of withdrawal of the Purchase Contract, return all funds, including delivery costs, received by him under the Contract, in the same manner or in the way specified by the Purchaser.
6. Rights from defective performance
1. The seller is responsible to the buyer for the goods to be free from defects. In particular, the seller replies to the buyer that at the time the buyer took over the goods :
– the goods have characteristics that the parties have negotiated and, in the absence of an arrangement, possess such characteristics as the seller or the manufacturer has described or which the buyer expects with regard to the nature of the goods and the advertising they make,
– the goods are fit for the purpose which the seller indicates or to which goods of this type are normally used,
– the goods correspond to the quality or performance of the agreed sample or original if the quality or design has been determined on the basis of the agreed sample or original,
– the goods are in the appropriate quantity, degree or weight and
– goods comply with legal requirements.
2. If a defect occurs within six months of receipt of the goods by the buyer, the goods are deemed to have been defective already at takeover. The buyer is entitled to exercise the right of the defect which is occurs with consumer products in twenty-four months after the take-over. This provision shall not apply to goods sold at a lower price for a defect for which a lower price has been agreed for the wear and tear of goods caused by its normal use, of the used goods to a defect corresponding to the degree of use or wear and tear the goods have had at the time of takeover by the buyer, or if it results from the nature of the goods.
3. In the event of a defect, the buyer may submit a claim to the vendor requesting:
– replacement for new goods,
– repair of goods,
– a reasonable discount on the purchase price,
– withdraw from the contract.
4. The buyer has the right to withdraw from the contract,
– if the goods have a material defect,
– if the item can not be properly used for recurring defects or defects after repair,
– with a greater number of defects in merchandise.
5. The seller is obliged to accept a complaint at any establishment where the claim is accepted, possibly also at the registered office or place of business. The seller is required to provide the buyer with a written confirmation of the buyer’s right to claim the claim, the claim of the claim and the manner of processing the claim, as well as a confirmation of the date and method of processing the claim, including the confirmation of the repair and its duration, rejection of the complaint.
6. The seller or his authorized representative decides on the claim immediately, in complex cases within three business days. This period does not include the time appropriate to the type of product or service needed to expertly assess the defect. Claims, including the removal of a defect, must be settled without delay, no later than 30 days from the date of the claim, unless the seller and the buyer agree for a longer period. The expiration of this period is considered as a material breach of contract and the buyer has the right to withdraw from the sales contract. The moment when the claim is made is the moment when the buyer’s will (application of the right of defective performance) occurs to the seller.
7. The seller shall inform the buyer in writing of the outcome of the claim.
8. The right of defective performance of the buyer does not belong if the buyer knew before the takeover of the thing that the thing was defective or if the buyer caused the defect himself.
9. In the case of a legitimate claim, the buyer has the right to reimbursement of the expense incurred in connection with the claim. This right may be exercised by the buyer at the seller within one month after the expiration of the warranty period.
10. The buyer has a choice of complaint.
11. Rights and Obligations of the Parties to the Rights of the defective performance is governed by 1914 to 1925, § 2099 to 2117 and § 2161 to 2174 of the Civil Code and Act no. 634/1992 Coll., On Consumer Protection.
1. The Contracting Parties may deliver all correspondence in writing via electronic mail.
2. Buyer delivers the correspondence to the seller at the email address listed in these business conditions. The Seller shall deliver the correspondence to the Buyer at the email address specified in his customer account or in the order.
8. Out-of-court dispute resolution
1. The out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes under the purchase contract is the responsibility of the Czech Trade Inspection, with its registered office at Štěpánská 567/15, 120 00 Praha 2, 000 20 869, Internet address: https://adr.coi.cz/en. The online dispute resolution platform at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr is can be used to resolve disputes between the seller and the buyer from the purchase contract.
2. European Consumer Center Czech Republic, with registered office at Štěpánská 567/15, 120 00 Praha 2, Internet address: http://www.evropskyspotrebitel.cz is a contact point according to Regulation (EU) No. 524/2013 of 21 May 2013 on consumer dispute resolution online and O amending Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 and Directive 2009/22 / EC (Regulation on Consumer Dispute Resolution online).
3. The seller is authorized to sell the goods on the basis of a trade license. The trade license is carried out within the scope of its competence by the relevant Trade Licensing Office. The Czech Trade Inspection exercises to a limited extent, among other things, supervision over compliance with Act no. 634/1992 Coll., On Consumer Protection.
9. Final Provisions
1. All arrangements between the seller and the buyer under the laws of the Czech Republic. If a relationship based on a sales contract contains an international element, then the parties agree that the relationship is governed by the law of the Czech Republic. This does not affect the consumer’s rights under generally binding legal regulations.
2. The seller is not bound by any codes of conduct in relation to the buyer in within the meaning of Section 1826 (1) e) the Civil Code.
3. All rights to the seller’s website, in particular the copyright of the content, including the layout of the site, photos, films, graphics, trademarks, logos and other content and elements, belongs to the seller. It is forbidden to copy, modify or otherwise use the Website or any part thereof without the Seller’s consent.
4. The Seller is not responsible for any errors resulting from third party intervention in the online store or as a result of its use contrary to its intended purpose. Buyers may not use procedures that may adversely affect their operation and may not engage in any activity that could allow them or third parties to tamper with or improperly use software or other components that make up the Internet shop and use the Internet shop or its parts or software in a way that is inconsistent with its purpose or purpose.
5. The buyer hereby takes on the risk of changing circumstances in accordance with Section 1765 (2) of the Civil Code.
6. The Purchase Agreement, including the Business Terms and Conditions, is archived by the Seller in electronic form and is not accessible.
7. The seller may change or add the wording of the business terms. This provision is without prejudice to the rights and obligations arising during the period of validity of the previous version of the terms and conditions.
8. Attachment to the Terms and Conditions is a template for withdrawal.
These Terms and Conditions become effective on 1 January 2018