The Shop’s Regulations

 

The owner, the seller as well as the administrator (hereinafter referred to as the Seller) of the Diablochairs brand is Paweł Nowak: Domator24.com Paweł Nowak, Dekoracyjna 8, 65-126 Zielona Góra, entered into the Central Registration and Information on Business, NIP: 9730551869, REGON: 978094558.

Customers prior to a purchase of the Products, have the rights to negotiate particular provisions with the Seller. In case of withdrawal by the Customer, the below-mentioned rules will be implemented, in accordance with the general legislation.

 

  • 1 General Provisions

 

  1. The online Shop, available at: www.diablochairs.com, is operated by Paweł Nowak: Domator24.com (details provided above).
  2. The store policy, written in English, represents a sales contract, based on the general legislation of a given country.
  3. With a view to the conclusion of an agreement, the Customer has the right to negotiate particular provisions with the Seller, basing on the Shop’s Regulations.
  4. The content of the Regulation represents the content of the sales contract. Moreover, the Customer is entitled to obtain the above-mentioned text in the form of a file, saved on a durable medium, in case the Customer wishes to use it any time.
  5. The Products are sold in the Republic of Poland.
  6. The Customer has the right to become familiar with the Sales Code of Conduct under the Unfair Market Practices Act of 23 August 2007. The text is available at: http://isap.sejm.gov.pl/
  7. All the Products offered by Diablochairs.com are brand-new, free from defects and were legally brought onto the market. Hence the Seller is obliged to provide the Customers with the undamaged Products.
  8. The prices of the Products available at: www.diablochairs.com, are set in the Polish currency (PLN) and include VAT (i.e. gross prices).
  9. The Customer is entitled to place an order 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Seller provides the Customer with the following methods: the website (www.diablochairs.com), the e-mail address (shop@domator24.com) or by phone (+48 68 422 84 24; Mondays – Fridays, 10.00 – 18.00).
  10. Communicating with the Seller through the available, long-distance media, may generate additional costs, arising from the contract the Customer agreed on in the process of choosing a particular medium (e.g. the Internet). The Seller does not charge the Customer for the use of the target medium.
  11. The principal activity of Diablochairs.com, concerns the retail sale of furniture as well as other Products offered via Internet.
  12. Issues excluded from the following provisions, will be defined in details by the general principles of the Polish law, especially by: The Act of 23 April 1964, the Polish Civil Code (Journal of Laws, No. 16, item 93, as amended), The Act of 30 May 2014, consumer rights (Journal of Laws from 2014, item 827) and The Act of 29 August 1997, protection of personal data (The Journal of Laws from 2002, No. 101, item 926, as amended).
  13. The following provisions are intended neither to exclude nor to restrict Consumer rights, in accordance with the Act of 23 April 1964, the Polish Civil Code (Journal of Laws, No. 16, item 93, as amended). The regulations of the Polish Law are superior to the following provisions.
  14. Should any disagreement between the Customer and the Seller happen, the Customer has the right to appeal to the appropriate county court. Moreover, the Customer is entitled to address the local Trade Inspection or to phone the Consumer Federation (800 007 707; the service is free of charge).

 

  • 2 Definitions

 

  1. Regulations – provisions applied to the online store; specifying the rights and obligations of both parties
  2. The party – both, the Seller and the Customer; the sales contract comprises the rights and obligations of the Seller as well as the Customer
  3. The distance sales contract – the agreement between the Seller and the Customer, finalized via long-distance media, available at the Shop
  4. The communication channels – defined above (§ 2 General Provisions, No.9)
  5. The sales contract – the agreement between the Seller and the Customer, finalized in the stationary Shop, in the presence of both parties, after making a reservation for a Product by the Customer
  6. Product reservation – ordering the Product via long-distance media, with the intention of collecting it personally in the Shop; in this particular case, the sales contract is finalized in the Shop
  7. The stationary Shop – the place where the direct sales is done on regular basis; managed by the Seller
  8. The Shop – the online store available at: www.diablochairs.com
  9. The Seller – Paweł Nowak: Domator24.com Paweł Nowak, Dekoracyjna 8, 65-126 Zielona Góra, entered into the Central Registration and Information on Business, NIP: 9730551869, REGON: 978094558
  10. The service provider – Paweł Nowak: Domator24.com Paweł Nowak, Dekoracyjna 8, 65-126 Zielona Góra, entered into the Central Registration and Information on Business, NIP: 9730551869, REGON: 978094558
  11. The Customer – any natural or legal person as well as entities without legal personality, entitled legal capacity under the appropriate legal acts, ordering Products via www.diablochairs.com
  12. The consumer – a person who buys Products with the aid of the above-mentioned website, phone or e-mail. The Products are bought for personal purposes only, excluding further trading
  13. The Purchaser – both, the Customer and the consumer
  14. The recipient of the service – any natural or legal person as well as entities without legal personality, entitled legal capacity under the appropriate legal acts, ordering Products via www.diablochairs.com as well as subscribed for a newsletter
  15. The order – an offer to conclude the sale-purchase agreement, made by the purchaser via the online Shop available at: www.diablochairs.com
  16. The user – any entity using the online Shop
  17. The account – a personal, administrative panel of a particular user, available after the registration as well as signing in to the online Shop (www.diablochairs.com); the account possesses its own login and password, facilitating the process of purchasing the Products
  18. Registration – the process of creating the personal account by the user at www.diablochairs.com
  19. The sales contract – the agreement between the Seller and the Purchaser, made via the online Shop or personally in the stationery Shop
  20. The Product – any item sold via the online Shop available at www.diablochairs.com
  21. The newsletter – the online service that consists in sending trade information to the recipients on regular basis
  22. The payment method – the type of payment for the purchased Product, chosen by the Purchaser during the process of making an order. The particular payment method was previously decided upon by the Shop or in other cases, discussed individually
  23. Delivery form – the method of providing the Purchaser with the purchased Product, decided upon during the process of making an order
  24. The sales note – the invoice or the receipt, depending on the agreement
  25. The annexes – the information concerning the right of withdrawal as well as the exemplary form
  26. The Sales Code of Conduct – a set of principles of conduct, based on the Polish legislation, in the form of ethical standards, established with the intention of counter-acting unfair trade practices; the Sales Code of Conduct is approved of by the Seller
  27. The information – a piece of text describing the Product, placed next to the photo and enabling the Purchaser to familiarize him or herself with the item
  28. The basket – the form of storing the chosen Products with the intention of purchasing them later
  29. The place of delivery – the previously-specified address where the purchased Product should be delivered, excluding the stationary Shop
  30. The moment of delivery – the time when the Purchaser or any other, authorized person, takes possession of the previously-purchased Product
  31. The address applicable in case of withdrawal – the address defined by the Seller as the appropriate address to be used in case of making any declarations
  32. The subject of the contract – Products or services chosen by the Purchaser; obliges also the Seller to deliver the purchased item, provided the Purchaser decided upon one of the available delivery methods
  33. Electronically supplied services – a variety of IT solutions, enabling the service provider to sell the Products, to manage the Newsletter subscription as well as control the orders through the previously-prepared form. The existing IT solutions, facilitate the process of purchasing the Products, excluding the presence of both parties. Personal data is transferred electronically after the recipient makes a request, in accordance with the Act of 16 July 2004 (Telecommunications Law)
  34. The order form – the technical system provided by the online Shop, facilitating the process of making an order by the Purchaser; using the order form enables the Purchaser to proceed without the need to open the account
  35. The information system – technical structures as well as software, facilitating the process of transmission
  36. The defect – the legal and physical defects of the purchased Product.

 

  • 3 Registration

 

  1. The online Registration at www.diablochairs.com is voluntary and free of charge.
  2. In order to register, the user should fill in the registration form, available at the Shop’s website, providing the accurate personal data.
  3. In order for the registration to be successful, the user is obliged to provide the following data: name, surname, e-mail address and the password confirmation. After filling in at least half of the required form, the account will be created. If the user’s personal data changes while being already registered, it is required to update the profile. In case the user’s personal data changes during the process of making an order, the user will be asked to notify the Shop.
  4. In order for the purchase to be successful, the user is obliged to provide the following data: name, surname, e-mail address, phone number, contact details (an individual/company) such as the company name, NIP, the exact address, the town, the voivodship, the postal code and the country.
  5. It is possible for the user to choose between obtaining the invoice (natural person/company) and the receipt. Delivery address may be changed during the process of making an order.

 

  • 4 Orders

 

  1. The Product information available on the website, shall not constitute an offer in the meaning of the Civil Code; the Product information represents an invitation to enter into a sales contract.
  2. Placing an order constitutes a legally binding offer in the meaning of the Civil Code, submitted to the Seller by the Customer.
  3. Making an order, does not oblige the Purchaser to register and create the account on www.diablochairs.com. The Purchaser has the option to make an order through the online Shop without any requirement of prior registration, using the available, PayPal order form.
  4. To place an order, the Purchaser should use the “Buy Now” button, shown next to the target Product. Using the “Buy Now” button is not tantamount to order placement.
  5. Using the “Buy Now” button enables the Purchaser to administer the purchased Products as well as calculate the costs.
  6. To finalize the order, it is required to use the “Buy Now” button after choosing the particular Product. Then, the website will redirect the Purchaser to his or her PayPal account. It is necessary for the Purchaser to provide contact details as well as the data needed for the delivery.
  7. After filling in the order form, it is required to use the “Pay Now” button.
  8. An e-mail confirmation sent by the Shop is recognized as the time of concluding the agreement.
  9. The ordered Products will be delivered to the address, previously-indicated by the Purchaser.
  10. The moment of delivery is recognized as the moment of contract finalization.
  11. The discount codes do not apply to the list of Products to be promoted.

 

  • 5 Payment methods

 

  1. All the prices displayed include tax on goods and services (VAT).
  2. The Shop enables the Purchaser to pay via PayPal.

 

  • 6 Delivery

 

  1. The Products are delivered to the address indicated by the Purchaser while making an order; exclusively in the EU.
  2. Deliveries are fulfilled by the courier company. In case of the Products to be promoted, the courier is sent to one address only; the proper address is the address indicated by the Purchaser while making an order.
  3. The orders shall be fulfilled solely on working days, namely, from Monday till Friday, between 8.00 and 18.00, excluding Saturdays as well as public holidays.
  4. The Purchaser has the option to decide upon a different solution when it comes to delivery, as opposed to the methods suggested by the Shop. However, in such cases, the whole responsibility for the appearance of any defects shall be borne by the Purchaser.
  5. In a situation when the Purchaser chooses the above-mentioned solution, the Seller informs the Purchaser about the fact of bearing responsibility via e-mail.
  6. If the Seller cannot fulfill the sales contract, because the Product is not available, immediately or no later than within 30 days of the conclusion of the sales contract, he shall notify the Purchaser. Should this happen, the Purchaser retains the right to terminate.
  7. If the Seller cannot fulfill the sales contract based on the individual requirements presented by the Purchaser, and the reason for such incapacity is only temporary, the Seller may offer the Purchaser a substitute, corresponding to the quality, purpose and price. The reimbursement of money as well as other solutions are also possible after prior arrangements.
  8. In case the Purchaser opts for a bank transfer, the shipment may be withheld until the required amount is recorded. The Purchaser may also send a bank transfer confirmation to the previously-indicated e-mail address.
  9. As mentioned above, the sales contract may be finalized in the stationary Shop by the Purchaser him or herself or the authorized person.
  10. If the Purchaser decides to finalize the sales contract in the stationary Shop, then, making an order via the online Shop shall be considered the Product reservation.
  11. It is recommended that the consumer, within the meaning of the Article 22 of the Civil Code, check the condition of the Product upon delivery. The condition of the Product should be checked in the presence of the courier. In case of any damages caused by the courier company, preparing a complaint protocol, facilitates the subsequent process of pursuing claims. Furthermore, the consumer should contact the Seller immediately, either via phone (+48 68 422 84 24) or via e-mail (shop@domator24.com).
  12. It is recommended that the Purchaser who is not the consumer within the meaning of the Article 22 of the Civil Code, check the condition of the Product upon delivery. The condition of the Product should be checked in the presence of the courier. In case of any damages caused by the courier company, preparing a damages protocol, facilitates the subsequent process of pursuing claims. Furthermore, the consumer should contact the Seller immediately, either via phone (+48 68 422 84 24) or via e-mail (skep@domator24.com).

 

  • 7 Complaints

 

  1. In case of sales contracts, concluded with consumers, within the meaning of the Article 22 of the Civil Code, the Seller shall be liable to the Purchaser for any physical and legal defects (the Article 556 of the Civil Code; the warranty).
  2. The Seller shall be liable for any warranty claims, if any physical defect occurs within the warranty period (2 years), taking into account the moment of delivery; if the sales contract applies to the previously-used Product, the warranty period amounts to 1 year, taking into consideration the moment of delivery.
  3. If the claim relates to removing defects or replacing the original Product, it may no longer be valid after 1 year, taking into account the date of identifying the defect, however, not before 2 years have elapsed, taking into consideration the moment of delivery; 1 year only if the Product was previously used.
  4. In cases when the Product may no longer be used because of the date of expiry, the Seller shall be liable to the consumer for any physical defects only within the warranty period; taking into consideration the moment of delivery.
  5. The physical defect should be understood as the Product’s incompatibility with the sales contract. The Product is defined as incompatible if: does not have the features the similar Products should have, does not have the features guaranteed by the Seller, is not suitable for the guaranteed purposes, especially if its practical application was previously ensured or was sold incomplete. The Seller’s guarantee is tantamount to the manufacturer’s guarantee or to the assurance of any other representative, responsible for introducing the Product to the market, including sales.
  6. The Seller is released from the above-mentioned responsibility only if: he or she proves his unawareness when it comes to the guaranteed purposes; proves that his or her warranty did not have any influence on the consumer; the content of the warranty had been changed before the sales contract was finalized.
  7. The physical defect may appear in cases, when the Product was improperly installed and launched by the Seller or the entity for which the Seller bears responsibility. Furthermore, the appearance of any physical defect may result from the fact that the consumer followed the instruction provided by the Seller, taking the launching process into account.
  8. If the physical defect was discovered, however, not before 1 year has elapsed, taking the moment of delivery into consideration, then, it is assumed that the defect existed at the time the risk was transferred to the consumer. Hence, the Seller bears responsibility. Conversely, in cases when 1 year has already elapsed, all the issues related the physical defects should lie with the consumer.
  9. If the purchased Products have defects, the consumer is entitled to: make a declaration, indicating that the price should be decreased; submit a statement on withdrawal; request a replacement; choose the manner of eliminating the defect.
  10. The consumer is not entitled to withdraw from the contract, if the defect seems to be negligible. If the consumer decides to submit warranty claims, he or she is obliged to deliver the Product at Seller’s cost, to the address applicable in case of withdrawal. It may happen that due to the Product’s physical features or the installation manner, it is impossible to deliver it to the applicable address. Then, the consumer is obliged to make the Product available to the Seller, at the place where it is located. In case the Seller does not comply with his obligations, the consumer has the right to return the Product at Seller’s cost as well as risk.
  11. The Seller asks for the document stating the incompatibility of the purchased Products with the sales contract, in order to facilitate the process of submitting complaints.
  12. The Seller shall respond to the submitted claims, within the period of 14 days. Otherwise, the submitted claims are believed to be justified.
  13. The Seller, as mentioned above, may either replace a defective Product or repair the defect, provided the service is immediate and without any inconveniences for the consumer.
  14. The consumer is not entitled to have the defect eliminated, in cases, when the Seller has already replaced the Product or repaired the defect. The same applies to the situation when the Seller decides not to satisfy the consumer’s requirements.
  15. The consumer has the right to decide upon a different solution than the option suggested by the Seller, The consumer has the right to obtain the Product which is free from defects or instead of replacement, have the defect eliminated, provided that bringing the Product into conformity with the sales contract, does not generate additional costs for the Seller. In order to estimate the total amount, it is necessary to take the cost of a single, properly working Product into account as well as the seriousness of the already-existing defect.
  16. In case the submitted complaints generate additional costs, the Seller may decide not to satisfy the consumer’s requirements.
  17. In case the price is reduced, the difference between the value of the properly working Product and the value of the defective Product should be balanced, relying on the sales contract.
  18. If the consumer wishes to have the Product replaced or repaired, the Seller should meet his or her requirements within the shortest possible time.
  19. In cases any defective element has been installed, the consumer may require the Seller to uninstall the defect, and, either replace the element or repair it. If the Seller refuses to uninstall the defective element, the consumer has the right to take a proper action personally, at Seller’s cost and risk.
  20. The Seller has the right to refuse to repair the defect, if the costs of the complete service are higher than the initial price.
  21. In the above-mentioned circumstances, the consumer still has the right to submit his claims, however, he or she will be asked to contribute to the service, if the total cost turns out to be higher than the initial price of the Product. Moreover, the consumer has the right to ask the Seller to cover the costs related to the repair, provided the total amount is not higher than the initial price of the Product.
  22. In case the sales contract is concluded with the Customers without the status of the consumer, within the meaning of the Article 22 of the Civil Code, on the basis of the Article 558 §1, the Seller shall not be liable to the Customer under warranty.
  23. Relating to what has already been stated above, the consumer has the right of withdrawal as well as the right to reduce the contract price due to the physical defect of the purchased Product. Nevertheless, if the consumer requires the Seller to replace the Product or repair it, a proper declaration should be made. In both instances, claims related to replacement or repair should be given priority over the right of withdrawal as well as the right to reduce the contract price.
  24. In cases where any claims are contested before the court, the court is given priority over any other terms and dates the consumer has the right to; the consumer is then obliged to await a valid sentence of the court.
  25. If the consumer decides to withdraw or to reduce the price, because of the defect of the purchased Product, he or she has the right to request compensation, even if the Seller was unaware of the defect due to circumstances. The consumer has the right to request compensation for: the costs of concluding the sales contract, the costs of delivery, storing as well as the costs of insurance. Furthermore, the Seller should bear the costs of the procedure.
  26. The above-mentioned provisions are in accordance with the Polish consumer law.
  27. In case the defect was concealed by the Seller on purpose, the expiry of the period during which appropriate claims should be made, does not exclude the rights under warranty.
  28. The address applicable in case of withdrawal is: Domator24.com Paweł Nowak, ul. Dekoracyjna 8, 86-155 Zielona Góra.

 

  • 8 Warranty

 

  1. The Products sold through www.diablochairs.com are not covered by the Seller guarantee. Nevertheless, the Seller is liable to the consumer under the statutory warrant, as mentioned above.
  2. The Products sold by the Seller, may have the benefit of manufacturer’s warranty.
  3. The guarantee for the Products sold on www.diablochairs.com covers 24 months.

 

  • 9 Withdrawal

 

  1. The consumer who purchased the Product via the online Shop, has the right to withdraw, without the necessity of stating the reasons, within the meaning of the Article 27 (the Act on Consumer Rights). The consumer is not obliged to bear the costs of withdrawal, apart from the costs mentioned the following articles: the Article 33, 34 and 35 (the Act on Consumer Rights). The consumer should submit a written statement within 14 days after delivery. The written statement should be submitted before the expiry of that period. It is possible to send the statement via e-mail (reklamacje@domator24.com) or via post to: Domator24.com Paweł Nowak, ul. Dekoracyjna 8, 65-155 Zielona Góra
  2. The statement can also be submitted with the aid of the form, attached and sent to the consumer, together with the Product. The appropriate form is available at www.diablochairs.com. Moreover, the consumer is also entitled to submit the required document, in the form he or she decides upon, on the basis of the Act on Consumer Rights.
  3. After submitting the required document, the consumer shall be asked to provide the Seller with the appropriate bank account number.
  4. The Seller confirms the fact of obtaining the above-mentioned form, either via e-mail, or via post, to the address provided on the document.
  5. In case of withdrawal, the sales contract is considered unconcluded.
  6. The consumer is obliged to return the Product either immediately if possible or not later than 100 days after the date of withdrawal. The returned Product cannot bear traces of use.
  7. The consumer shall return the Product at his own expense as well as risk.
  8. The consumer bears the only responsibility for decreasing the value of the Product, constituting the object of the agreement. The decreased value of the Product may result from its improper usage.
  9. The Seller shall immediately reimburse the consumer for the costs of delivery or any other expenses, however, not later than within 14 days after receiving the appropriate statement, provided:
  • the Seller uses the payment method that has already been used by the consumer; the consumer may decide upon a different method, if he or she is not required to pay any additional charges
  • the consumer delivers the Product using one of the methods provided by the Seller; in cases when the consumer decides upon a different supplier, the Seller shall not bear additional costs
  1. In case of withdrawal, the consumer is obliged to cover the costs of service provision, if performance has begun with the consumer’s consent, before the expiry of the withdrawal period. The consumer covers the costs of service provision until the date of withdrawal.
  2. The amount shall be calculated in proportion to the scope of service provision, taking the price as well as remuneration that has already been agreed upon in the sales contract into consideration. If the total price is excessive, the proportionate amount shall be calculated on the basis of the market value of what has been provided.
  3. The consumer shall not bear responsibility for the costs related to the supply of digital content, if the content is not supplied on a tangible medium, only in cases when the consumer has not given prior consent for the supply of digital content to begin before the end of the period of withdrawal. The same applies to the situation when the service has been provided with the consumer’s consent, however, the consumer was not informed by the Seller about this or her right to withdraw or the Seller did not submit a proper confirmation (the Article 15, item 1 and the Article 21, item 1 under the Act on Consumer Rights).
  4. The Seller is entitled to postpone the reimbursement until he receives the Product back or until he is provided with the dispatch confirmation, depending on what action has been taken as first.
  5. The right of withdrawal is excluded in the following cases: the sales contract where the price or remuneration depend on the fluctuation in the financial market which cannot be controlled by the Seller and which may occur within the withdrawal period; the sales contract where the subject matter are the Products made to the consumer’s specifications’, in other words, the nonprefabricated Products made on the basis of an individual choice of the consumer; the sales contract where the subject matter is the Product, liable to deteriorate or expire rapidly; the sales contract where the subject matter concerns the delivered in a sealed package Product whose unsealing may pose a hazard to public health; the sales contract where the subject matter concerns the Product which is a good, by nature inseparably mixed with other items after delivery; the sales contract where the subject matter concerns the alcoholic beverages whose price has previously been agreed upon, the delivery of which can only take place after 30 days, and the actual value of which is dependent on fluctuations that cannot be controlled by the Seller; the sales contracts where the consumer has specifically requested a visit from the Seller for the purpose of carrying out urgent repairs or maintenance; in case the Seller provides related services in addition to those specifically requested by the consumer, the right of withdrawal shall apply to those additional services; the sales contract where the Products supplied were sealed audio or video recordings or computer software, and have been unsealed after delivery; the sales contract where the subject matter concerns the supply of a newspaper, periodical or magazine with the exception of subscription contracts for the supply of such publications.

 

 

  • 10 The provisions of services by electronic means

 

  1. The service provider, provides via the online Shop available at www.diablochairs.com the following services: registering as well as administering the Customer’s account, making an order through an online form, Newsletter.
  2. The delivery of electronic services is free of charge.
  3. The service contract that consists in administering the Customer’s account as well Newsletter, is of indeterminate duration.
  4. The delivery of electronic services that enables the Customer to make an order through a particular form, automatically generates the service contract for limited duration. The service contract shall terminate upon concluding the sales contract or in cases the recipient terminates the process of making an order.
  5. The recommended technical requirements which should be taken into account are the following: the computer with Internet access, the electronic mail, the Internet browser (the Internet Explorer version 7.0 and higher with cookies as well as JavaScript support, Mozilla Firefox version 4.0 and higher with cookies as well as JavaScript support or Google Chrome version 8 and higher; the recommended high-res of a monitor is 1024×768 pixels.
  6. The recipient of the service is obliged to use the online Shop in conformance with the binding laws, with respect for the intellectual property rights as well as good commercial practice. The recipient of the service is not allowed to provide the content that is unlawful or offensive. It is forbidden to use the electronic services with the intention to cause potential disruption, taking particular software into account or to submit to the online Shop trade information that has not been ordered.
  7. The recipient of the service is entitled to submit claims related to the delivery of electronic services, using the online form, available at www.diablochairs.com or by sending an e-mail to: shop@domator24.com. It is also possible to send a traditional letter via post to: Domator24.com Paweł Nowak, ul. Dekoracyjna 8, 65-155 Zielona Góra.
  8. The service provider shall review the complaint promptly, but not later than within 14 days, starting from the date of raising the claim.
  9. The recipient of the service may terminate the service contract with immediate effect at any time and without stating the reasons through sending an appropriate document either to shop@domator24.com or to Domator24.com Paweł Nowak, ul. Dekoracyjna 8, 65-155 Zielona Góra.
  10. The service provider may terminate the indefinite, service contract, in cases the recipient of the service violates the provisions, taking the fact of providing the content that is unlawful into consideration, even if he or she has already been asked to refrain from performing such actions. In these circumstances the service contract terminates within the period of 7 days after the service provider submits the statement of will of termination.
  11. The service provider and the recipient of the service may terminate the service contract any time by common agreement.
  12. Termination of the indefinite service contract, does not affect the acquired rights that have been valid during the course of the contract.
  13. The service provider shall respond to the claims the recipient of the service submitted, using his or her address (e-mail or any other chosen by the recipient).

 

  • 11 The final provisions

 

  1. Changes to the hereby Regulations can only take place after notifying the users, however, not later than 14 days before the date when they come into force.
  2. The orders made under the previous conditions shall be processed in accordance with appropriate provisions. If the user does not accept the change of Regulations, he is entitled to delete his or her account.
  3. Any disputes between the Seller and the Customer, possessing the status of the consumer, within the meaning of the Article 22 of the Civil Code, shall be resolved by the common court competent, in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure.
  4. Any disputes between the Seller and the Customer without the status of the consumer, within the meaning of the Article 22 of the Civil Code, shall be resolved by the common court competent for the Shop’s office.
  5. The users may contact the Seller by:
  • phone: +48 68 422 84 24
  • e-mail: shop@domator24.com
  • an online form
  • in writing to the address:

Domator24.com Paweł Nowak,

  1. Dekoracyjna 8

65-155 Zielona Góra

  1. The Regulations are available any time at www.diablochairs.com under the appropriate link on the main page.
  2. The Regulations can be stored and retrieved later through saving the data or printing the document.
  3. The name of the online Shop diablochairs.com, the domain it is available at: www.diablochairs.com as well as the content, are subject to copyright and are protected by law. Using them as well as distributing without the Shop owner’s prior consent is not permitted.
  4. The following Regulations shall come into effect on 30.06.2017.

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