GOOD4WALL STORE REGULATIONS

I. DEFINITIONS

  1. Online Store or Store– website conducted by the Seller available at United Kingdom, through which the Client can, in particular, place Orders;
  2. Seller – “GOOD4WALL Spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością spółka komandytowa” with its registered office in Warsaw (00-337), at ul. Bartoszewicza 3/24, entered in the register of entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Division of KRS under KRS number 0000786728, NIP number: 5252789828 and REGON: 383378776.
  3. Client– natural person, legal person of an organisational unit without the status of the legal person to which specific regulations award legal capacity, placing Orders through the Online Store;
  4. Consumer – natural person who performs a legal transaction with an entrepreneur which is not directly connected with its economic or professional activity;
  5. Goods and Services – goods and services presented and offered in the Internet Store by the Seller;
  6. Additional Services– services presented in the Internet Store which can be purchased separately from the Seller’s partners;
  7. Account – Client’s personal administration and information panel in the Online Store, created automatically as a result of correct registration, where data, in particular, on the orders placed by the Client and provided during the registration are gathered and stored;
  8. Regulations – these Regulations;
  9. Registration – creating a Client Account in the Internet Store;
  10. Basket – system tool which helps the Client do the shopping in the Online Store, and which, in particular, makes it easier to gather the offers chosen in a single place in order to place a collective Order. The Basket is created automatically as a result of “clicking” the “Add to basket” option of at least one item;
  11. Order– Client’s declaration of will directly aimed at entering into an Agreement, setting out, in particular, the type and number of Goods;
  12. Agreement – agreement on selling the Goods or Services within the meaning of the provisions of the Civil Code, entered into by and between: the Seller and Client remotely through the Online Store;
  13. Courier Companies– Hermes;
  14. Business Days – each day from Monday to Friday, except for statutory public holidays.

II. GENERAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Online Store allows the Clients to become acquainted with the Goods and Services offered by the Seller, in particular, prices and availability thereof, as well as to enter into remote agreements on sale of the Goods and Services.
  2. The Regulations set out the rules on which the Seller sells the Goods and Services using the means of remote communication in the form of the Online Store, as well as the rules on which the Clients can use the Online Store and the additional functionalities made available through the Online Store (services provided electronically, as enumerated in the Regulations).
  3. As regards provision of services electronically, the Regulations are regulations within the meaning of Article 8 of the Act on Providing Services Electronically of 18 July 2002.
  4. The Client can use the Online Store provided that the his ICT system meets the following minimum technical requirements: a computer or mobile device with access to the Internet (with a processor min. 800MHz; 512MB RAM; graphics card and screen supporting 800×600 resolution and 56 colours); installed Internet Explorer browser version 10 or later, or the latest versions of the following browsers (including mobile ones): Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari with JavaScript enabled; having a current, active and properly configured e-mail account; the ability to read files in the Portable Document Format (PDF).
  5. The Client can, at any time, access the current version of these Regulations at www.good4wall.com/terms-and-conditions/ and via the internet link located on the Store’s home page, and print it out at any time.

III. GOODS AND SERVICES

  1. The information on the Goods and Services sold by the Online Store is available on the website www.good4wall.com. The information in question is placed together with information on the properties and prices of the Goods and Services. The photos and descriptions of the Goods posted in the Online Store are subject to technical limitations, and their aim is only to enable the Client to have a general impression of the Goods’ properties, appearance and parameters of use. In particular, the appearance of the Goods presented in the Store may differ from the appearance of the Goods, and such differences may result from e.g. the screen settings, lighting conditions or limitations of photos. Furthermore, the Goods’ technical description may contain simplifications connected with their transformation into a clear version which is appropriate for the purpose of posting it in the Online Store. In order to avoid any doubts, this provision shall not result in limitation of the Seller’s liability towards Clients which are Consumers.
  2. The Goods offered for sale through the Online Store include only the goods marked with the “ADD TO BASKET” button and the Services connected with the Goods marked in such a way.
  3. Apart from the information about the Goods and Services offered for sale on the website www.good4wall.com, there is also information about the Goods which are currently unavailable through the Online Store, but that status may change in the future – the descriptions of those Goods are marked as “GOODS UNAVAILABLE”.

IV. PRICES OF GOODS AND SERVICES

  1. The prices of the Goods and Services are provided next to the Goods’ and Services’ description.
  2. All prices of the Goods and Services are posted on the Store’s website in GBP and include VAT.
  3. Shipping costs within United Kingdom are provided separately for each Order in the Basket.
  4. Shipping is offered only in the territory of Poland. Due to the fact that delivery of the Goods and provision of the Services is limited only to the territory of Poland, the Store does not provide information about taxes and fees (including customs fees) as well as costs of shipping the Goods abroad.
  5. The Store has the right to amend the descriptions and prices of the Goods and Services. The above-mentioned right does not affect the prices of the Goods ordered prior to the date of the change.
  6. The Seller is obliged to deliver Goods which are free of any defects. Any defects of the Goods, including those which are the basis for a price decrease, are included in the description.
  7. The information about existence and content of the contractual warranty and after-sales services, as well as the manner in which they are provided, if any, is included in the description of the Goods.
  8. The website www.good4wall.com also contains the information about the Additional Services provided by external service providers (in particular, transport companies). The Additional Services cannot be ordered through the Online Store, but can be ordered only at the service provider. Prior to ordering the Additional Service one should get in touch with the service provider.

V. ENTERING INTO THE AGREEMENT

  1. The Seller and Client are the parties to the agreement on sale of the Goods entered into through the Online Store.
  2. Clients’ Orders shall be placed only through the Store’s website, i.e. www.good4wall.com.
  3. The agreement on sale of the Goods and Services is entered into in the Polish language.
  4. Through the Store, the Client can make a single purchase of Goods or Services in a retail quantity, i.e. not more than 24 items in total. One-off purchase of a bigger number of items requires getting in touch with the Seller’s staff.
  5. The Goods sales agreement is entered into once the Client completes the entire Order placement procedure (i.e. clicks the “ORDER AND PAY” button), which is equivalent to accepting the offer submitted by the Seller via the Store and entering into the sales agreement.

VI. ORDERS

  1. The Client selects the Goods and quantity thereof by clicking the “ADD TO CART” button. The “Basket” window shows the number of the Goods selected in the Basket, their unit price, value and total value of the entire order.
  2. The Client can check the contents of his Basket by clicking on the “Basket” or “Go to Basket” button, where he also selects the payment method, as well as receives final information about the costs of delivery of the Goods and the Services ordered.
  3. At this stage, the Client can also verify the contents of the Basket and make any changes (e.g. quantity of the Goods), calculate the value, or remove certain Goods from it. Clicking on the name of the Goods in the “Product Details” column will open a page with detailed information about the Goods. In order to remove a given item of Goods from the Basket, the Client should click the “X” button.
  4. The Client can continue shopping by clicking on the “Back to shopping” button after adding the Goods to the Basket or by clicking the “Back to store” button, browsing the contents of his Basket.
  5. After adding all Goods ordered to the Basket and finally checking its content, the Client proceeds to the subsequent part of the ordering procedure by clicking the “Next” button. At this stage, the Client can select one option:
    1. “Buy without registration” – every Client may make purchases without registration, each time providing all data required to process the Order.
  6. At the “Delivery and invoice” stage, the Client may change the “Basket content”, “Payment method” and possibly “Delivery method”, and provide a different delivery address than the address provided for the invoice, as well as indicate whether he wants to receive a VAT invoice with business activity data.
  7. If all data are correct, the Client places the Order, clicking the “Order and pay” button.
  8. Upon placing the Order, the Client is redirected to the “Summary” page or another page relevant for the payment method selected (e.g. to make an online or card payment), and then to the “Order Processing” page.
  9. Upon placing the Order, the Client receives a message to the e-mail address provided with information confirming the acceptance of the Order for processing and information about the Order status.
  10. The Client who has not used the “Purchases without registration” option can check the Order status and details at any time in the “Orders” tab after logging in to the Account. Furthermore, all important data from the Order placed will also be sent to the e-mail address provided by the Client.

VII. DELIVERY OF GOODS

  1. The Store delivers the Goods purchased only in the territory of the Republic of Poland.
  2. The Store does not offer the option of Goods’ personal pickup.
  3. The Goods are delivered to the address indicated in the Client’s Order by a courier company: Hermes. The Seller reserves the right to limit the selection of the delivery company.
  4. What makes up the period of delivery of the Good and provision of the Service is the Order processing time, i.e. completing the Goods, making payment, issuing the sales document, packing the Goods, and delivery time by the courier company. This period is, in total, up to 14 business days counted from the day following the day on which the Order was placed (for orders via online transfer or payment card, provided that the payment has been made in accordance with the PayPal or Stripe Regulations). The Services ordered are provided on the day of the Goods’ delivery by the courier company.
  5. If the Store is not able to deliver the Good due to the fact that the Goods are not available, without undue delay, but at the latest within 7 days of the day on which the agreement was entered into, the Seller shall notify the Client of that fact, and reimburse the entire sum of money received from the Client. Should certain Goods covered by the Order be unavailable, the Seller shall suspend the processing of the Order and shall contact the Client, so that the Client will decide on the manner of carrying out the Order. In such a case, the Client can:
    1. confirm that he wishes to continue with the Order processing with respect to the available Goods, or
    2. resign from the entire Order, or
    3. change the Order with respect to the unavailable Goods.
  6. As a rule, delivery takes place on business days, during business hours of courier companies and depending on their logistics plans.
  7. The detailed terms and conditions of delivery are available on the websites of courier companies https://www.myhermes.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/. The Client has the option of ordering delivery for a specific date, if the Online Store system allows such a possibility for given Goods, and the Service will be selected when placing the Order (at an extra fee).
  8. The Store suggests that Clients unpack the Goods in the courier’s presence, and check if they are not damaged. If the Goods have been damaged in transport, the courier will draw up a relevant report, and take the Goods, which will make any complaint procedure much smoother.
  9. What also influences the cost of delivery is the size of the Goods and payment method selected by the Client.
  10. In each case, the Goods will not be handed over until payment of the entire Order price is made. Until the entire Order price is paid, the Goods remain the Seller’s property.
  11. The Online Store also offers Goods with an extended availability period, for which the periods specified in sections 4 do not apply. The product card will include information on the product’s shipment time, whereas the Basket will include information on the total delivery time. The above-mentioned periods begin on the day on which the payment was made or Order placed. If the Order in the Basket includes at least one item of Goods with an extended availability period:
    1. delivery of the entire Order will be made jointly as per the delivery date appropriate, for the Goods (item of Goods) with the longest shipping time,
    2. “on delivery” payment method will be ruled out for the whole Order,
    3. for the entire Order, it is possible to divide the payment into an “advance payment” paid at the time when it is placed and a “extra charge” paid within 10 days of receiving notification of the Goods’ availability, or within the period for delivery of the Goods (depending on which date is later),
    4. any notification about the Goods’ unavailability and reimbursement of the amount received will take place without undue delay, but not later than 60 days after the date of the Order.
  12. If Goods with an extended availability period have been purchased and the division of the payment into the “advance payment” and “extra charge” has been selected, the notification about Goods’ availability together with the request for paying the “extra charge” will be sent on the planned delivery date at the latest.
  13. If Goods with an extended availability period have been purchased and the division of the payment into the “advance payment” and “extra charge” has been selected, the Client may only take advantage of the offers and promotions as of the moment when the Order was placed, unless the regulations of a given promotion stipulate otherwise.

VIII. METHODS AND FORMS OF PAYMENT, TERMINATION OF THE AGREEMENT

  1. The Client may pay for the Goods and Services ordered in the following way:
    1. online bank transfer or payment card (including: PayPal and Stripe), by means of the “fast transfers” service offered by individual banks or by means of the payment cards we accept.
    2. payment on delivery to the courier – by means of cash or a payment card. Card payment is possible only in the case of deliveries carried out by Hermes UK. The courier has the right to refuse to accept the payment via a payment card in the case of an equipment failure or other technical problems beyond the control of the Courier Company.
    3. other forms of payment, available occasionally (e.g. during a promotional campaign) – the method of payment depend on the principles of a given promotional campaign. What applies to such a payment method is the provisions regarding a given form of payment, subject to the fact that using this form of payment results in additional consequences set out in the principles of a given promotional campaign.

The Client selects the payment method while ordering the Goods and Services (on the “Basket” page). The possibility of making a payment by means of an online transfer or payment card depends on the fulfilment of additional conditions of entities which offer these forms of payment.

  1. Depending on the payment method selected by the Client:
    1. in the case of payment by means of an online transfer or payment card, the amount due for the Goods and Services is collected as a payment in advance, which means that the Goods are not sent until the receipt of the payment made in accordance with the Przelewy24 payment rules,
  2. The sales agreement expires:
    1. in the case of payment by means of an online transfer or payment card, the sales agreement entered into expires if the Client has failed to make the payment in accordance with the regulations of the operator handling that payment,
    2. if the Client has failed, by his own fault, to collect the parcel with the Goods, the Order shall be terminated 14 days after the Seller received the parcel back – unless the Customer contacts the Seller (in any manner) during that period, and agrees the terms and conditions of the redelivery, pays for the redelivery in advance, and this delivery will be completed. The foregoing does not prevent the Seller from pursuing from the Client a claim on account of the loss incurred in connection with the transport which did not take place or the Order (in particular, the costs of the undelivered parcel due to his fault).
  3. “Online transfer” (via Stripe) service via the portal is provided by Stripe 510 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 USA.
  4. “Card payment” service is provided via the PayPal and Stripe.
  5. Detailed conditions of making payments via the Stripe portal are available on the website https://stripe.com/en-pl/privacy
  6. If Goods with an extended availability period have been purchased and the division of the payment into the “advance payment” and “extra charge” has been selected, the above-mentioned rules are subject to the following modifications:
    1. payment of the “advance payment” and “extra charge” may be made only by means of an online transfer or payment card,
    2. the sales agreement expires in the absence of “advance payment” by the deadlines indicated in section 3,
    3. The Goods will not be sent until the “extra charge” (the part of the Order which has not been paid for) is paid.
  7. Forms of payment which are available occasionally (e.g. instalment promotions) are unavailable if the division of the payment into the “advance payment” and “extra charge” has been selected (the Client can take advantage of them – apart from the terms and conditions applicable to a given offer – if one-off payment for the Order featuring Goods with an extensive availability period has been selected).
  8. The forms of payment cannot be combined.

 IX. RIGHT TO WITHDRAW FROM THE AGREEMENT

  1. The Client who is the Consumer has the right to withdraw from the sales agreement within 14 days without providing any reason, except for the cases referred to in Article 38 of the Consumer Rights Act of 30 May 2014, including in particular when the Good has been produced according to the Consumer’s specifications as a result of using the Servicegood4wall.com.
  2. The deadline for withdrawal from the agreement expires 14 days after the day on which the Consumer came into possession of the item or on which a third party other than the carrier and indicated by the Consumer came into possession of the item.
  3. The Consumer, if he wants to exercise the right to withdraw from the agreement, must inform the Seller about his decision to withdraw from the agreement in the form of an unambiguous statement (e.g. a letter sent by post, fax or e-mail).
  4. In order to withdraw from the agreement, the Consumer may use the withdrawal form template available on the website, which, however, is not obligatory.
  5. The Consumer may fill in and send the withdrawal form or any other unambiguous statement by electronic means to the address info@good4wall.com. If he takes advantage of this option, he will be immediately sent confirmation of receipt of the information on the withdrawal on a durable medium (for example, by e-mail).
  6. The information on the exercise of the right to withdraw from the agreement needs to be sent prior to the deadline for withdrawal.
  7. In the case of withdrawal from the agreement, we refund all payments received, including the costs of delivery of the Goods (except for additional costs resulting from the delivery method selected by the Consumer, other than the cheapest usual delivery method offered by us), immediately, and in any case not later than 14 days after the day on which we were informed about the exercise of the right to withdraw from the agreement, subject to exceptions provided for by law (in particular, the Seller’s statutory right to withhold the reimbursement).
  8. The payment will be reimbursed by means of the same payment methods which were used for the original transaction, unless the Consumer explicitly agrees to another solution. The Consumer does not incur any costs in connection with reimbursement of fees.
  9. The Goods should be returned or delivered to the address Warsaw (00-337), at ul. Bartoszewicza 3/24 immediately, and in any case not later than 14 days from the day on which the information on withdrawal from this agreement was submitted. The deadline is also met if an item is returned prior to the 14-day.
  10. The Consumer incurs direct costs of the return of the item.
  11. The Consumer is only responsible for reduction of the item’s value resulting from using it in a different way than it was necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the item.
  12. The receipt or VAT invoice must be attached to the statement on withdrawal or to the Goods.
  13. In the Online Store, the Seller offers Goods which, due to their nature, cannot be returned by ordinary post. The cost of returning such Goods depends on the manner in which the Customer returns them.

X. COMPLAINTS MADE BY CONSUMERS

  1. Consumers have the right to lodge a complaint about the Goods under the statutory warranty for physical defects of the item sold in accordance with the Civil Code, with consideration to the provisions regarding Consumers. The Seller is responsible for the Goods’ defects identified within 2 years of the Goods’ delivery.
  2. Complaints can be submitted via info@good4wall.com e-mail and in any other manner permitted by law.
  3. Upon receiving the complaint, the Seller shall immediately contact the Client in order to determine further procedure.
  4. Complaints are handled within 14 days of the day on which they were received by the Seller.
  5. Irrespective of the provisions of this section, the Goods offered may be covered by the distributor’s or manufacturer’s contractual warranty. The Seller does not provide a separate contractual warranty. Any contractual warranty does not exclude, limit or suspend the rights under the statutory warranty.

    XI. COMPLAINTS MADE BY CLIENTS WHICH ARE NOT CONSUMERS
  1. Clients who are not Consumers have the right to lodge a complaint under the statutory warranty for physical defects of the item sold in accordance with the Civil Code, with consideration to the provisions regarding Consumers. Section X clause 2 and section X clause 3 apply respectively to making a complaint under the statutory warranty.
  2. Irrespective of the provisions of this section, the Goods offered may be covered by the distributor’s or manufacturer’s contractual warranty. The Seller does not provide a separate warranty. Any contractual warranty does not exclude, limit or suspend the rights under the statutory warranty.

    XII.
    MAKING COMPLAINTS THROUGH THE FORM
  3. Sending the complaint form will be confirmed by an appropriate automatic message on the page that can be printed out.
  4. Complaints are handled within 14 days of the day on which the form was sent.
  5. The Seller informs the Client about the course and outcome of the complaint handling procedure by means of a message sent to the Client’s e-mail address provided in the complaint form.

XIII. MAKING COMPLAINTS THROUGH THE FORM

  1. Sending the complaint form will be confirmed by an appropriate automatic message on the page that can be printed out.
  2. Complaints are handled within 14 days of the day on which the form was sent.
  3. The Seller informs the Client about the course and outcome of the complaint handling procedure by means of a message sent to the Client’s e-mail address provided in the complaint form.

 XIV. REGISTRATION IN ONLINE STORE

  1. Registration takes place by filling in, once, the form available on the website www.good4wall.com.
  2. During the registration, the following personal data need to be provided:
    1. name,
    2. surname,
    3. e-mail address,
    4. password (and repeating it)
    5. telephone no.
    6. postal code,

and the user has to confirm that he has acquainted himself with the Regulations and Privacy Policy, as well as accept their content.

  1. After clicking the “Register” button, the Client will receive an e-mail confirming that the Account has been created with further instructions on how to confirm the registration to the e-mail address provided during the registration.
  2. In order to activate the Account, the instructions from the e-mail: message need to be followed. Until then the Account will remain inactive.
  3. The Client can, at any time, request the Seller to remove it (by contacting the Seller in any manner).
  4. Registration is possible only for persons with a residence (registered office) address in Poland.
  5. The Client is obliged to keep the login and password confidential.
  6. Registration allows taking advantage of the following functionalities:
    1. making purchases,
    2. following the status of the Orders placed,
    3. viewing archive Orders,
    4. modification of the registration data,
    5. password recovery,
    6. following the Online Store’s offer,
    7. using the “Observed goods” functionality,
  7. The Seller may delete the Account of the Client who:
    1. is in breach of these Regulations,
    2. provided false data during the registration,
    3. provided false data while placing the Order,
    4. provided false data while making the payment for the Order through Przelewy24.
  8. What shall be considered to be provision of false data with respect to the residence (registered office) address or delivery address is:
    1. one unsuccessful delivery attempt of any parcel to the indicated address and return of the parcel with the annotation ‘unknown recipient’, ‘recipient has moved out’ or another equivalent thereof,
    2. two unsuccessful delivery attempts of any parcel to the indicated address and return of the parcel with another annotation than the ones referred to in the section above,
    3. in the event of the Account’s deletion, all Orders placed shall be terminated immediately, which does not exclude the Seller’s right to pursue compensation from the Client.

 XV. COMPLAINTS CONNECTED WITH PAYMENT

  1. If the Goods have been paid for, and no change in the status of the Order takes place for more than two business days, the Client should submit a complaint regarding payment.
  2. A complaint about payment can be made also in any other manner permitted by law.

 XVI. COMPLAINTS CONNECTED WITH STORE’S OPERATION

  1. The Seller takes actions to ensure the fully correct operation of the Online Store to the extent resulting from current technical knowledge, and undertakes to remove irregularities reported by Clients within a reasonable period of time.
  2. The Client has the right to make a complaint regarding irregularities, defects or interruptions in the Online Store’s operation to the Seller.
  3. The Client may submit complaints regarding the above-mentioned issues to the following address info@good4wall.com and in any other manner permitted by law.
  4. In the complaint, the Client should provide his name and surname (company), correspondence address, description of the irregularity related to the Online Store’s operation and the date when it occurred. 

XVII. ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONALITIES

  1. The Online Store allows users to submit opinions about the products. What should be considered to be an opinion is the user’s statement (fragment of information) submitted by the user in the Online Store.
  2. Opinions written by users of the Online Store must not violate the law on decency, and should be written in the Polish language, in accordance with the applicable rules of correct English.
  3. The Seller does not take responsibility for the content of the users’ opinions, which are subjective opinions.
  4. The Seller has the right to delete part f the entire users’ opinion without providing a reason.
  5. If a user wants to post opinions about products available in the Online Store, he should provide correct data, i.e. username (first name, surname, nickname), e-mail address (invisible to readers), product rating, opinion title and description opinion.
  6. The user name must not breach anybody’s personal rights, hurt feelings, or breach social mores.
  7. If the Seller decides that the username or opinion used by the author of the opinion is inappropriate, then the Seller has the right to refuse to publish the opinion.
  8. By publishing the opinion, its author grants the Seller a license to use the opinion in all fields of use referred to in Article 50 of the Act of 4 February 1994 on Copyright and Related Rights.

 XVIII. “NOTIFY ABOUT AVAILABILITY” SERVICE

  1. In the case of certain “UNAVAILABLE GOODS”, the Store provides Clients with a service consisting in the possibility of receiving an e-mail notification if they become available again.
  2. The fact that the “NOTIFY ABOUT AVAILABILITY” service for a given item of Good has been made available by the Seller does not guarantee that it will return to the Store’s offer.
  3. In order to activate the service, the user needs to enter his e-mail address on the product card with the available service, confirm having acquainted himself with and accepting the Regulations and the Privacy Policy, and click the “NOTIFY ME ABOUT AVAILABILITY” button.
  4. The service is active until the first notification is sent, but maximum for 12 months.
  5. An e-mail with notification of the availability of the Good will be sent to the given address once, no later than 5 days after the Goods become available again. The e-mail may not be sent, if the Goods are unavailable again until the time of sending it.
  6. Activation of the service does not constitute reservation of the Goods, the right of priority for the purchase of the Good, or, in any other way, guarantees its future purchase under any terms and conditions.
  7. By activating the service you agree to the processing of personal data by the Seller regarding the e-mail address and the expected Good, solely for the purposes of provision of this service.
  8. By activating the service you agree to receive commercial information by electronic means containing information on the availability of the expected Goods.
  9. Deactivation of the service is possible at any time after getting in touch with the Store.

 XIX. FINAL PROVISIONS

  1. The Client undertakes to use the Store in a manner consistent with the provisions of law in force in the territory of the Republic of Poland, the provisions of the Regulations, and with the customs adopted to a given extent, as well as not to provide and send content prohibited by applicable law.
  2. Both the Online Store and all services provided on the website www.good4wall.com, regarding natural persons, are aimed only at adults.
  3. The Seller is not a party to the Good Practice Code. There is a possibility of using out-of-court complaint handling procedures and means of redress. Information on rules for access to those procedures is provided by the body chosen by the Client.
  4. The Seller may amend the Regulation and launch a new version of the Store. The amendment to the Regulations comes into force on the date set out by the Seller counted from the date on which the new version of the Regulations is published, subject to the fact that the sales agreements entered into before the amendments took effect are performed on the basis of the current rules. Should any provision of the Regulations be deemed invalid on the basis of a valid ruling, the remaining provisions shall remain in force.
  5. The Seller may change the Regulations and launch a new version of the Store. The amendment to the Regulations comes into force on the relevant date indicated by the Seller counted from the date on which the new version of the Regulations is published, subject to the fact that the sales agreements entered into before the amendments took effect are performed on the basis of the current rules. Should any provision of the Regulations be deemed invalid on the basis of a valid ruling, the remaining provisions shall remain in force.
  6. The use of the Online Store, including placing orders, involves the processing of personal data. Detailed rules for the processing of personal data have been described by the Seller in the privacy policy available at www.good4wall.com.

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