Purchase and sales conditions
Laadimiskeskus OÜ General purchase and sale conditions
Laadimiskeskus OÜ (Registry Code 16211555, Little Paala 1, 11415 Tallinn, Estonia) (hereinafter the "seller") is the Estonian entity operating in the online store www.elektriautolaadija.shop ("the" online store "or" e-shop ").
The seller offers a variety of electric car chargers and accessories for online stores and related installation services. The following general purchasing and selling conditions (hereinafter referred to as "sales conditions") shall apply to each buyer ("the buyer") in the Internet store, provided that there is no written specific contract between the seller and the buyer.
The buyer may be the terms of the terms of sale to be any legal or natural person. If the buyer is a natural person who purchases goods on the basis of the sale conditions and the transaction is not related to independent economic or business activities, the buyer shall be deemed to be applicable to the applicable consumer laws ('the consumer').
1. Ordering goods
1.1. The buyer subscribes to the goods by submitting an order to the seller in the Internet store, indicating the quantity of its name, the quantity of goods and the delivery, installation and other execution of the relevant order. The terms of the sale also refers to the installation services offered through the Internet store as the goods unless otherwise provided.
1.2. In order to take the obligations set out in the terms of sale, the buyer must be at least 18 years old and active. If the person acts on behalf of a legal entity, that legal entity must be correct status and have a full capacity. Acting from the buyer on behalf of a legal entity, the representative confirms that he has a full mandate to take the obligations laid down in the Terms Conditions for a legal person.
1.3. By accessing the Internet store with these terms and conditions of sale, and by clicking on the "I have read and agree to the terms", the Buyer confirms its consent to the sales conditions applicable to the purchase under this order. The Agreement shall enter into force on the receipt of the amount due to the current account of the e-shop.
1.4. The buyer agrees that the purchase agreement containing these conditions of sale is concluded electronically. The seller authorizes the buyer to record the content of the corresponding order and their sales conditions and make a copy of them.
1.5. By clicking on the "I've read and agree to the terms" and thus performing the purchase, the buyer confirms that it has been acquainted with the information on the ordered goods in the online store, including the typical basic data of this kind of goods, which is necessary to make an informed purchasing decision. If the buyer requires additional information or assistance (for example, consultation with the installation of other devices, activation of certain functions and the like), the buyer can contact the seller by sending an email to: Sales@adamiskuskus.com,
By calling the phone number 53 66 1230 or contacted with him through the online customer service channel.
1.6. The seller shall notify the buyer to confirm the order or reject it within a reasonable period of time by e-mail. After the seller has sent confirmation, the Buyer is obliged to make a payment for the goods ordered in accordance with Part 6 of the Communications, following the instructions in the Internet store. The seller does not deliver the goods to the place before the full payment received, unless otherwise agreed. If the full payment has not been made within five (5) days after the confirmation of the order by the seller, the order shall be deemed to be terminated without any further obligation.
1.7. After receiving the payment made for the order, the seller confirms the payment by e-mail, while submitting the specification of the goods and the conditions for delivering them.
1.8. Consumers shall also provide the seller with the consent of its personal data in accordance with the Protection of Personal Data or any other similar legislative act in agreeing to the Selling Terms and Conditions of Sale in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act or with any other similar legislative act in order to protect the European Union, the European Economic Area or any other country. The consumer confirms that the seller may process the personal data of the consumer in accordance with the terms of the contract, to perform the contract with the consumer in accordance with the request of the consumer and to transmit the aforementioned data to persons whom the seller uses the contract with the consumer and who is obliged to ensure the protection of the consumer's personal data.
2. Replacement of goods
2.1. Seller reserves the right to change the buyer's order due to existing stocks or other objective reasons. The seller shall inform the buyer of any such amendment before issuing the goods. The buyer has an obligation to confirm or reject the changes by e-mail within two (2) working days as m
3. Prices for goods
3.1. Prices are provided in the online commodity's sales offers. Seller reserves the right to change the prices of goods when changing exchange rates, bank charges, material or labor costs, as well as in relation to government activities and other vendor for independent reasons. Any price change does not affect the prices of the goods whose order has been accepted by the seller and for which it has been paid.
3.2. The prices listed in the Prices of Commodities include the applicable VAT.
3.3. Unless otherwise indicated in the tender, prices are not included in the delivery, unloading, installation or storage of goods or charges relating to the goods, taxes or other charges and such costs shall be borne by the buyer.
3.4. The e-mail is entitled to withdraw from the sales transaction and recover the goods from the buyer if the price of the goods in the e-shop is significantly indicated on the market price of the goods.
4. Delivery conditions
4.1. By default, the goods are delivered only on the territory of the Republic of Estonia and the delivery is carried out in accordance with the law applicable in the Republic of Estonia. Delivery is 2-3 days. Supplies outside the Republic of Estonia will only be held by agreement with the customer.
4.2. If the buyer wishes to deliver the accelerated delivery, the buyer shall bear the costs of accelerated delivery (express mail service and other services). In other cases, the cost of delivery is borne by the party to whom the obligation to make such a payment is committed in the Internet. If the delivery costs are borne by the buyer, the corresponding price is also indicated in the order of goods.
4.3. The seller is solely decided in which way it is the most convenient delivery of the goods.
4.4. When the goods are ready for expulsion, the seller sends a written message (by e-mail or SMS), indicating the time of delivery of the expected goods. The seller has an obligation to deliver the goods within a reasonable time after the purchase of the expected delivery of the goods to the buyer and the buyer is obliged to accept the goods without delay.
4.5. Random loss of goods and / or damage to the rice office and other related rice, the buyer is transferred to the purchaser of the transfer of the possession of the delivery at the destination. If the Seller is not able to transfer goods to the buyer for the buyer, the rice chest and / or damage to the rice of the goods and the other related rice, the seller has duly completed the obligation to deliver its goods to the buyer.
4.6. The buyer is obliged to review them thoroughly after receiving the goods and verify that all its parts are undamaged and meet the order. The buyer shall immediately fix the consignment in writing (accompanying document), all errors that indicate the damage to the goods during the delivery, but also other visible non-conformities noticed or should have noticed or to be noticed upon receipt of the goods, and immediately notifies the seller. In the case of other errors or non-conformities, the purchaser shall be entitled to claim claims only if such requirements are submitted to the seller in writing (e-mail) within fourteen (14) days of receipt of the goods. If the buyer violates the provisions of paragraph 4.6, the seller is entitled to refuse to accept the buyer's claims with regard to the delivery of goods or their delivery. In order to avoid doubt, it is appropriate to clarify that this point does not apply to consumers.
4.7 Without prejudice to the provisions of 10, the buyer ordered the goods shall not be refundable, reimbursed or replaceable.
4.8 If the ordered goods cannot be delivered in connection with the end of the goods or for any other reason, the buyer shall be informed as soon as possible and the money paid (including the cost of service of the goods) shall be refunded without delay, but not later than 14 days of notification.
5. Refusing to accept goods by the buyer
5.1. If the buyer fails to accept the delivery of the goods within the time specified by the seller, the buyer shall bear all the costs of the delivery (including the unexpected storage costs of the delivered goods).
5.2. If the buyer delays the receipt of the goods for more than fourteen (14) days after the time when the seller informed the purchaser of the arrival of the goods, the seller shall be entitled to fully or partially terminate the part of the contract (including order), by sending a notice to the buyer and claiming damages that the seller is in relation to the breach of contractual terms of the buyer, ie the failure to accept the consignment.
6. Payment terms
6.1. Subscribed goods are paid in advance, regardless of the purchaser's chosen payment method. The settlement will take place in euro.
6.2. To pay for subscribed goods, the buyer must choose a suitable payment method. The following payment methods are offered to the buyer:
6.2.1. bank transfer;
6.2.2. credit card;
6.2.3. Payment on the basis of the invoice by clicking on the "Pay Bill" button, after which the invoice issued by the buyer is sent to the e-mail address. The buyer is obliged to pay for the goods within five (5) days of receipt of the invoice to the bank account shown in the invoice;
6.3. In order to avoid doubt, it is appropriate to point out that the seller's obligation to deliver the ordered goods will not enter into force until the seller has received the total payment due for the goods. It shall also apply if the buyer uses 6.2.4 and 6.2.5. referenced payment methods.
6.4. The seller carries all costs related to payment (eg bank transfer, credit card services). Payment is considered to be paid for the payment of the goods paid to the seller's account.
6.5. The Buyer has no right to suspend the payment of payments in any way regarding the circumstances, which is responsible for which the seller is responsible or to offset these payments with any liability of the Seller or to unilaterally reduce the price.
7.1. Ownership of the goods is transferred to the buyer after the full payment of the price of the goods and all related payments to the seller.
7.2. Before the transfer of ownership, the buyer is not entitled to give the vendor's commodity promises or pledges and such promises or pledges are not binding on the seller.
8.1. The seller provides purchased goods only under the conditions laid down in Part 8 of the current guarantee in the Republic of Estonia.
8.2. Guarantees regarding the deficiencies of goods and materials that are not caused by the hard-wearing or omission of the buyer, can only be requested in accordance with the following:
8.2.1. Full Warranty: Valid in the Republic of Estonia, for goods purchased with the vendor's installation service, the full warranty applies. To use the warranty, the Buyer must inform the seller of error within the warranty period and provide an error in sufficient description. In the event of a complete guarantee, the seller shall bear the costs associated with the elimination of errors and the transport of goods to the seller or his authorized service partner. The total irrelevant equipment must be removed from the refundable goods.
8.2.2. Limited Warranty: Valid in the Republic of Estonia, all goods purchased from the seller without installation, but which has been installed by a certified installer with the following documents: valid electrical work B1 or B-competence class. In the case of a guarantee case, the Buyer shall be obliged to notify the seller of error within the warranty period and provide a sufficient description of the error. In the case of a guarantee, the seller's guarantee obligation covers only the replacement of goods, spare parts or supplies by owing to the buyer of the new (d) product (s) and does not cover any other costs (eg the cost of determining defects, transport costs, repair fee, installation, etc.). As an additional restriction, the guarantee covers a maximum of two (2) guarantee cases (ie two cases relating to the error) for each purchase made and the buyer does not have any additional warranty claims against the seller after the seller has supplied the component of a new product in the case of another guarantee case, which replaces the damaged part of the goods with the error.
8.3. The warranty period is 12 (twelve) months after the delivery of the goods to the buyer. The warranty period for consumer purchases is 24 (twenty-four) months after the date of delivery.
8.4. The warranty applies only if:
8.4.1. The goods are installed by the seller or by the authorized installer approved by the seller (the buyer's obligation to provide the service provider signed by the respective service provider and the payment order certifying the payment of services);
8.4.2. The goods are installed according to the manufacturer's factory installation instructions. All installation instructions are available at all times by sending this request to firstname.lastname@example.org;
8.4.3. goods are regularly maintained before the error occurred;
8.4.4. goods are used in accordance with the Seller's instructions and instructions;
8.4.5. The error is not due to the hard-wearing;
8.4.6. The error is not due to the intentional or negligence of a buyer or any third party.
8.5. The buyer has the right to contact the e-store within two months at the latest, using the following contact details: email@example.com. In the event of an infringement of the obligations laid down in Part 8, the seller shall be entitled to refuse to apply the guarantee and invalidate the guarantee.
8.6. All the goods and / or their components are changing after their replacement seller's property. They must therefore be returned to the seller immediately.
8.7. The seller does not lie on the applicable law to the extent permitted to the buyer of indirect losses.
8.8 If the buyer has explicitly chosen the way to date of service offered by the e-shop, the way in which the service is delivered, the e-shop does not have to return the cost to the consumer that exceeds the cost of the routine delivery.
8.9 The wholesaler or manufacturer's guarantee provided for the products do not apply to: \ t
- Force Majeure. Malfunctions caused by natural phenomena
- Non-sexual use
- natural wear of products and components
- the installation of the required qualification person / company or was made at his responsibility
- repair, maintenance or supplementation of a product by or under the responsibility of the required qualifications
- reckless or iridden product use
- It is not possible to identify the origin of the product (serial number)
- Malfunctions arising from power spillage
9. Force majeure
9.1. The Seller has the right to withdraw the order and not to bear the responsibility for the full or partial non-compliance with its contractual obligations, where this is due to the circumstances of force majeure, such as fire, flood, earthquake, war, strike, amendments to legislation, the goods or inaction of the carrier or the carrier or inaction. any other circumstances that are not under the control of the seller and which the seller could not provide for that agreement; Provided that the seller could not avoid such a circumstance and its consequences, and these circumstances have a direct impact on the implementation of this agreement. In this case, the time limit for the fulfillment of its contractual obligations shall be extended by the time period of such circumstances.
9.2. Increasing the circumstances of force majeure, the seller is required immediately, but not later than ten (10) days after the expiry of the buyer of such circumstances and the expected duration.
10. Right of withdrawal
10.1. The rights and obligations provided for in Part 10 apply only to consumers.
10.2. The consumer has the right to refund the ordered goods to the seller within fourteen (14) days after receipt of the goods. The consumer is obliged to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to the use of goods at the time of 14-day withdrawal and to keep the goods in good condition.
10.3. In carrying out the right of withdrawal, the consumer is obliged to retreat from the agreement between the parties by submitting a written withdrawal to the seller. The application may be sent to the seller at: Little Paala 1, Tallinn, Estonia; or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
10.4. Consumer withdrawal application shall be deemed valid if the seller receives it from fourteen (14) days after delivering the goods. The seller shall immediately inform the consumer by e-mail from receipt of the application.
10.5. In the event of withdrawal, the consumer is obliged to return the goods to the seller at the same time as he received, but not later than fourteen (14) days after the expiry of the withdrawal application. If the consumer goods are not returned by the seller's due date, the right to return the goods shall be deemed to be terminated.
10.6. The seller is obliged to repay all payments received by the consumer purchased goods (including transport costs) within fourteen (14) days as of receipt of the withdrawal application. The seller carries out the repayment provided for in that point with the same payment method used by the consumer to make a payment.
10.7. Without prejudice to the provisions of the previous paragraph, the seller is entitled to refuse to refuse to make the repayment until the consumer has returned the ordered goods to the seller or submitted that certification.
10.8. The consumer bears all direct costs (including, but not limited to, shipping costs) related to the return of goods delivered to the consumer under their conditions of sale.
10.9. To return the goods, a statement of withdrawal from the purchase of goods must be submitted to email@example.com at the latest within 14 days of receipt of the goods.
10.10 If the order is refunded in part, the postage paid in order must be returned in proportion to the number of products returned.
10.11 If the goods have been used for other purposes where it is necessary to verify the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods or have signs of use or wear, the e-mail is entitled to lower the fee to be returned to the reduction in the value of the goods.
11. Applicable right and dispute resolution
11.1. The laws applicable to the Republic of Estonia apply to relations between the buyer and the seller. The parties under the conditions laid down in the terms of sale shall not apply to the International Convention on the International Convention on International Purchase and Sales of Goods (CISG) and the parties expressly exclude the applicability of CISG in relation to their conditions of sale.
11.2. The Parties shall do its utmost to resolve any disputes, inconsistencies and requirements arising from the conditions of sale or their fulfillment by negotiation.
11.3. In the event that the parties fail to reach an agreement by negotiation, any dispute, inconsistencies or claims arising from or related to or relate to breaches, termination or validity of the contract shall be resolved. If the buyer is considered to be a consumer, the dispute shall be submitted to the competent court of the State of residence of the defendant or at the discretion of the consumer to the competent court of his country of residence or any other competent authority designed to resolve consumer disputes in the applicable legal order (including the European Web-Based Dispute Resolution Platform, which may be used to resolve disputes outside the Court: http://ec.europa.eu/odr). Consumer Dismisal Commission: https://komisjon.ee/et/avalduse-esitamine