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TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF ELKE MÖÖBEL OÜ 01.11.2019
1 SCOPE OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
1.1 These terms and conditions of sale (hereinafter the Terms and Conditions) govern the legal relationship between OÜ ELKE MÖÖBEL (hereinafter the Seller) and a contractual partner (hereinafter the Purchaser) and determine the terms and conditions for the sale of furniture or other goods (hereinafter the Goods) and for the installation of the Goods. The Seller and the Purchaser are hereinafter together referred to as the Parties and each of them separately as a/the Party. These terms and conditions of sale do not apply for the orders made in internet shop.
1.2 The Terms and Conditions form a part of the offer prepared by the Seller (hereinafter the Offer) and the contract entered into between the Parties for the sale of the Goods (hereinafter the Contract). If the Offer or an agreement between the Parties differs from the Terms and Conditions, the term or condition set out in the Offer or agreed separately will apply. If the Terms and Conditions contain any discrepancies from an imperative provision applicable to a consumer as laid down by law, the imperative provision of law in respect of a Purchaser who is a consumer will apply.
2 ENTRY INTO THE CONTRACT
2.1 The Contract is entered into between the Parties as a contractual document that is to be signed separately or by the Purchaser’s confirmation, either in writing or by e-mail, of the Offer prepared by the Seller. The Offer is in effect for 14 days as of the date of the Offer.
2.2 If the Offer contains the condition of making a prepayment, the Contract is deemed to have been entered into when the prepayment has been credited to the Seller’s bank account under the terms and conditions set out in the Offer. If the Offer does not contain the condition of making a prepayment, the Contract is deemed to have been entered into after the Purchaser has confirmed the Offer in writing or by e-mail.
2.3 The Offer and the photographs, drawings and calculations included therein or forming a part thereof constitute intellectual property of the Seller or partners thereof. The Purchaser has no right, without the Seller’s prior written consent, to copy the foregoing, forward these to a third party or use these for any other purpose than for assessing the suitability of the Offer.
2.4 If the Offer is based on the source data provided by the Purchaser that the Seller has taken into account when preparing the Offer, such data form an integral part of the Offer, but the Seller is not liable for the accuracy of the data.
3 DELIVERY TERM
3.1 The Seller delivers the Goods to the Purchaser within 8 weeks of entry into the Contract (hereinafter the Delivery Term). If the period of usual collective leave (Easter, 1 July – 31 August or 15 December – 15 January) of the manufacturer of the Goods falls within the Delivery Term, the Delivery Term will be 12 weeks from entry into the Contract.
3.2 If there are any impediments (including an act or omission of the Seller’s contractual partners or of the Purchaser) that are beyond the control of the Seller and hinder timely fulfilment of an order by the Seller, the Seller will not be liable for the delay in the delivery of the Goods and the Delivery Term will extend by the respective period of time. The Seller informs the Purchaser of extending the Delivery Term immediately as of learning of a basis for extending the Delivery Term, notifying both of the reason for extending the Delivery Term and of a new delivery term.
3.3 The Purchaser has the right to withdraw from the Contract if, due to circumstances dependant on the Seller, the delivery of the Goods has been overdue for more than 30 days as of the expiry of the Delivery Term set out in the Contract or extended pursuant to clause 3.2, by sending a corresponding application to the Seller in a format that can be reproduced in writing. Upon withdrawing from the Contract pursuant to the foregoing procedure, the Seller is required to return, within 14 days of receiving the application for withdrawal, to the Purchaser the prepayment already made and, in addition, the Purchaser has the right to request that the Seller compensate for the damage to the extent of up to 30% of the price of the Goods not properly delivered. The limitation of the Seller’s liability does not apply upon an intentional breach of the Contract.
4 HANDING OVER THE GOODS
4.1 The Seller is required to hand the Goods over to the Purchaser on the last day of the Delivery Term at the latest. The Seller sends a final invoice in respect of the unpaid part of the price of the Goods (hereinafter the Final Invoice) that must be paid in accordance with clause 4.8 and notifies the Purchaser of the day of handing over the Goods (hereinafter the Delivery Day) and the Parties agree on the time of handing over the Goods. The Delivery Day may be changed on the basis of the Parties’ agreement that has been entered into in a format that can be reproduced in writing. If the Purchaser does not pay the Final Invoice on time, due to which it is not possible to hand over the Goods within 5 days of the date of issue of the Final Invoice, the Purchaser must also pay the storage expenses in accordance with clause 4.5 before handing over the Goods.
4.2 The Goods are handed over to the Purchaser in the Seller’s warehouse in Tallinn, at the address indicated by the Seller in the Offer or in another agreed place.
4.3 If the Goods are handed over elsewhere than at the Seller’s, the Purchaser is required to ensure that road transport has access to the place where the Goods are handed over and, in the case of handing over the Goods in interior space, to ensure that there are safe passage openings and walkways of sufficient size for transporting the Goods and the working order of the lift as well as the presence of a person authorised to receive the Goods. The Purchaser must inform the Seller immediately of any possible impediments to handing over the Goods.
4.4 If the Seller is required to install the Goods, but the Purchaser wants the Goods to be delivered before installation elsewhere than to the room where the Goods must be installed (hereinafter the Installation Area), the Goods are deemed to have been handed over to the Purchaser after the Seller has delivered Goods to the place requested by the Purchaser and the storage of the Goods in the place requested by the Purchaser and further transport thereof to the Installation Area will take place at the Purchaser’s cost and risk.
4.5 If, due to the Purchaser, it is not possible to hand over or install the Goods on the Delivery Day (e.g. for the reason that the Purchaser has not made payments to be made under the Contract, the Installation Area is not ready, the Purchaser’s representative does not receive the Goods, etc.) or if, due to the Purchaser, it is not possible to hand over all the Goods at one time or, at the Purchaser’s request, the Goods are handed over elsewhere than that agreed in the Contract, the Purchaser must compensate the Seller for the additional expenses or pay the price of the Seller’s additional service (e.g. storage and transport of the Goods). If the Seller stores the Goods in their own warehouse, the storage expenses subject to compensation amount to 1 EUR/day per 1 m3 of a pallet, but no less than 5 EUR/day. If the Goods are stored at a third party, the amount subject to compensation is the actual expenses incurred by the Seller. The additional transport and storage expenses of the Goods must be borne starting from the sixth day as of issuing the Final Invoice until handing over the Goods. The Seller has the right not to hand the Goods over to the Purchaser until the Purchaser has paid the expenses specified in this clause.
4.6 The Goods are deemed handed over to the Purchaser either as of:
4.6.1 handing the Goods over at the Seller’s warehouse; or
4.6.2 delivering the Goods to the agreed place (if the Contract does not provide the Seller’s installation obligation or if the delivery and installation of the Goods take place on different days); or
4.6.3 installing the Goods in the Installation Area (if the Contract provides the Seller’s installation obligation and the Goods are installed immediately after the delivery).
4.7 The Seller hands all documents related to the Goods over to the Purchaser either together with the Goods or sends these by electronic mail.
4.8 If, pursuant to the Contract, the price of the Goods or installation service or a part thereof must be paid before handing over the Goods or providing the installation service, the Seller has no obligation to hand the Goods over to the Purchaser before the Purchaser has performed their payment obligation. The price is deemed to have been paid properly after it has been credited to the Seller’s bank account by 12:00 of the day preceding the Delivery Day or the day agreed for installation.
4.9 If the Purchaser does not accept the Goods within 30 days of the date of the Seller’s Final Invoice at the latest, the Seller has the right to withdraw from the Contract, by sending a corresponding application to the Purchaser in a format that can be reproduced in writing. Upon withdrawing from the Contract pursuant to the foregoing procedure, the Purchaser is required to pay the Seller a contractual penalty at the rate of 30% of the price of the Goods that have not been accepted properly. If the damage caused to the Seller by failure to accept the Goods exceeds the amount of the aforementioned contractual penalty, the Seller has the right to request compensation for the damage exceeding the amount of the contractual penalty. The Seller has the right to set off the claim for a contractual penalty and/or compensation for the damage against the payments made by the Purchaser to the Seller. The part of the payment that remains after the set-off is returned to the Purchaser within 14 days.
5 ACCEPTANCE OF THE GOODS, FILING COMPLAINTS
5.1 Upon accepting the Goods, the Purchaser must immediately examine the Goods and confirm the receipt thereof with their signature under the waybill or another document of delivery of the Goods (hereinafter the Instrument of Delivery). The Instrument of Delivery sets out the Goods that are handed over, the quantity thereof and damages to the Goods or packaging. The Instrument of Delivery also sets out any disagreements arisen upon identifying the condition of the Goods. If the Seller installs the Goods immediately after delivery, a joint Instrument of Delivery may be prepared about the delivery and installation of the Goods that also sets out, in addition to that provided for in this clause, the circumstances provided in clause 6.5.
5.2 The Purchaser must, immediately after taking delivery of the Goods, check the compliance of the Goods with the Contract and, in the case of any non-compliances (the Goods are damaged, not in compliance with the order, have a manufacturing defect), file a respective complaint with the Seller immediately, but no later than within 5 days (in the case of a Purchaser who is a Consumer, within 2 months) of handing over the Goods and, in the case of hidden defects, of learning thereof. The notification must contain a description of the defect of the Goods and photographs depicting the defect. A Purchaser who is a Consumer has the right to file complaints with the Seller in connection with the defects of the Goods that emerge within 2 years of handing the Goods over to the Purchaser.
5.3 If a Purchaser who is engaged in economic or professional activities fails to examine the Goods pursuant to the foregoing or does not do that with the necessary diligence or does not notify of the defect in accordance with the foregoing and the Goods had a defect that could have been detected in the course of proper examination, such a Purchaser can later no longer rely on a respective defect.
5.4 The Seller must present its position in respect of the non-compliance within 10 working days and, if the non-compliance exists, notify of further steps for remove the non-compliance. Failure to respond to the Purchaser’s notice is not deemed to constitute agreement with the non-compliance. The Seller must remove non-compliances within a reasonable period of time. If the non-compliance cannot be removed, the Seller has the right to withdraw from the Contract. In such a case, the Purchaser must return the defective Goods in Tallinn or in the place where it was handed over to the Purchaser and the Seller must return the price paid by the Purchaser for the defective Goods.
5.5 Upon non-compliance of the Goods with the terms and conditions of the Contract, a Purchaser who is a consumer also has the right to rely on the legal remedies provided by law.
6.1 The Seller has the obligation to install the Goods only if the Parties have agreed thereon separately. Installation of the Goods is deemed to be the assembly of the Goods in the manner prescribed by the manufacturer of the Goods. The Seller installs the Goods in the agreed Installation Area.
6.2 The Purchaser must ensure that the Installation Area is not humid, the temperature of the room is at least +18 degrees, the Installation Area is clean and safe, adequately lit, provided with power supply and there is sufficient free space for installation in the Installation Area. The Purchaser must ensure that the security of the Goods is ensured from the delivery of the Goods to the Installation Area to the transfer of the installation work of the Goods and that no construction work or other activities that may damage the Goods or hinder the installation work take place in the Installation Area or immediate vicinity thereof. If the Purchaser does not ensure the compliance of the Installation Area with the Contract, the Seller has the right not to install the Goods and, by granting an additional term of 5 days, the right to withdraw from the installation obligation.
6.3 If the Purchaser wants the Goods to be fixed permanently to a part of a room or to objects indicated by the Purchaser, the Purchaser must ensure that the properties of the materials and structures to which the Goods will be fixed allow the Goods to be fixed customarily so as to ensure the preservation of the Goods, materials and structures as well as hidden cables, pipes and utility systems. The Seller has the right to refuse to fix the Goods if there is a justified fear that the safety of people or the preservation of the Goods or materials is not ensured in the case of customary fixing of the Goods.
6.4 The Seller is not liable for a delay and damages that have been caused by the Purchaser’s inability to ensure the conditions specified in clauses 6.2 and 6.3.
6.5 If the Goods are not installed immediately after the delivery, the transfer of the installation work and the defects detected therein upon transfer of the installation work will be set out in the instrument of transfer of the installation work in writing. The Purchaser must file their complaint about hidden defects in the installation work in writing or by e-mail within 5 days (in the case of a Purchaser who is a Consumer, within 2 months) of the occurrence of the defect. The notification must contain a description of the defect and photographs depicting the defect. If a Purchaser who is engaged in economic or professional activities fails to examine the installation work pursuant to the foregoing or does not do that with the necessary diligence or does not notify of the defect in accordance with the foregoing and the installation work had a defect that could have been detected in the course of proper examination, such a Purchaser can later no longer rely on such a defect.
6.6 If installation takes place immediately after the delivery of the Goods, the provisions of clauses 5.1 to 5.3 will apply to the transfer of the installation work and filing of complaints.
7 TRANSFER OF RISK OF ACCIDENTAL LOSS AND DAMAGE AND RIGHT OF OWNERSHIP
7.1 The risk of accidental loss of and damage to the Goods transfers from the Seller to the Purchaser as of the actual delivery of the Goods to the Purchaser, regardless of the installation of the Goods or signing the Instrument of Delivery by the Purchaser.
7.2 The Seller is liable for the damages caused by them to the Goods in the course of installing the same. The Seller is not liable for the loss of or damage to the Goods or delay in the installation work thereof if it has arisen from the circumstances for which the Purchaser (incl. the Purchaser’s any other partner or contractor) is liable.
7.3 If, pursuant to the Contract, the Goods are transported by the Purchaser or a carrier chosen by the latter, the risk of accidental loss and damage will transfer from the Seller to the Purchaser as of the moment when the Goods are made available for loading for the carrier of the Goods.
7.4 The right of ownership of the Goods transfers from the Seller to the Purchaser when the price of the Goods has been paid in full and other payment obligations (e.g. the obligation to pay a contractual penalty or default interest) have been met. Until transfer of the right of ownership to the Purchaser, the Purchaser is required to:
7.4.1 store the Goods prudently, preventing damage thereto and loss thereof;
7.4.2 not transfer the right of ownership of the Goods to a third party; upon transfer of the possession of the Goods, the Purchaser must notify the recipient of possession about the Seller’s reservation of title;
8 TERMS OF PAYMENT
8.1 The Purchaser has the obligation to pay the price of the Goods as a prepayment, of which 50% is subject to payment upon entry into the Contract and the remaining 50% is subject to payment before the delivery of the Goods on the basis of the Final Invoice. For installation, 100% of the price of the service must have been paid before the provision of the installation service by 12:00 of the day preceding the agreed installation day at the latest. The Seller has the right not to hand over the Goods or not to perform installation if the Purchaser has not paid the agreed price and the compensation provided in the Contract (e.g. expenses related to additional storage, transport and non-compliance of the Installation Area).
8.2 The payments to be made under the Contract are deemed to have been made by the Purchaser after the money has been credited to the Seller’s bank account.
8.3 Upon delay in performing any financial obligation arising from the Contract, the Seller has the right to request that the Purchaser pay default interest at the rate of 0.05% of the overdue amount per each day of delay.
8.4 If the Purchaser delays with making any payment related to the purchase or installation of the Goods (incl. price, default interest, contractual penalty, storage, transport) for more than 30 days, the Seller has the right to withdraw from the Contract, by sending a corresponding application to the Purchaser in a format that can be reproduced in writing. Upon withdrawing from the Contract pursuant to the foregoing procedure, the Purchaser is required to return the Goods and pay the Seller a contractual penalty at the rate of 30% of the price of the Goods to be returned and compensate for the damage that exceeds the amount of the contractual penalty. The Seller has the right to set off the claim for a contractual penalty and/or compensation for the damage against the payments already made for the Goods by the Purchaser to the Seller. The part of the payment that remains after the set-off is returned to the Purchaser within 14 days.
9 SALES WARRANTY
9.1 The Seller intermediates to the Purchaser the sales warranty (hereinafter the Warranty) indicated in the Offer under the terms and conditions and with the duration provided by the manufacturer of the Goods. The Warranty takes effect as of the moment of handing the Goods over to the Purchaser.
9.2 Provided that the warranty terms and conditions established by the manufacturer of the Goods and the requirements set out in these Terms and Conditions have been met, the Seller assumes the obligation to eliminate defects of the Goods under the following terms and conditions and pursuant to the following procedure.
9.3 If a defect covered by the Warranty becomes evident during the warranty period, the Purchaser is required to notify the Seller thereof by e-mail no later than within 14 days of detecting the defect. The notification must contain data on the Goods, as detailed description of the defect as possible and photographs depicting the defect.
9.4 The Seller agrees to remedy the defects covered by the Warranty at their own expense (i.e. at the Seller’s discretion either by way of repairing the Goods or replacing the Goods or a part thereof) within a commercially and technically viable and reasonable period of time as of receiving a proper notice of the defect from the Purchaser or as of the moment when the results of the expert assessment specified in clause 9.10 become clear.
9.5 Upon replacing the Goods or a part thereof, the Seller has the right to request that the Purchaser transfer the right of ownership of the Goods to be replaced or a part thereof to the Seller provided that the Seller bears the transport expenses related thereto.
9.6 The Warranty is only valid if all of the following terms and conditions have been met. Upon failure to meet the terms and conditions, the validity of the Warranty ends and the defects are no longer covered with the Warranty:
9.6.1 the Goods have been installed competently and in compliance with the installation instructions of the Goods without damaging the Goods in any manner. This condition is deemed to have been met if the Goods have been installed by the Seller;
9.6.2 the marking fixed to the Goods by the Seller or the manufacturer that allows the time of manufacture of the Goods to be identified has been preserved;
9.6.3 the maintenance work of the Goods (e.g. maintenance of the leather surface) has been performed regularly and professionally in accordance with the maintenance instructions provided by the Seller or the manufacturer;
9.6.4 the Goods have only been used for their intended purpose, prudently, in accordance with the customary requirements and instructions for use, incl. taking into account the permitted maximum pressure and friction applicable to the Goods and only under customary conditions of use (i.e. they have not been used in the places of excessive moisture, dryness, heat, coldness, direct sunlight, etc.);
9.6.5 the Purchaser has paid the Seller for the Goods in full;
9.6.6 the Purchaser or any third party has not repaired, altered or modified the Goods on their own.
9.7 The Warranty is not valid in the following cases and the Purchaser has no right to file any claims arising from the Warranty with the Seller if:
9.7.1 the defect that has become evident in the Goods has been caused by the normal wear and tear or fading of the Goods;
9.7.2 the reason for the defect that has become evident in the Goods is circumstance other than a manufacturing defect, incl. non-purposeful use or incorrect maintenance products and methods or any other external impact (e.g. hit, pressure or another mechanical damaging, chemical substances, environmental problems, incl. overmoisture, dryness, heat, etc.), use of the Goods in unsuitable environmental conditions;
9.7.3 the Goods are defective or have been in use and this appears from the Offer or the Contract;
9.7.4 the Purchaser has not observed the procedure, incl. the term, for notification of defects as set out in these Terms and Conditions.
9.8 The Warranty does not cover the wood texture and colour-shade differences of the Goods covered with natural veneer or other specificities arising from the material of the Goods. The Warranty is not valid in respect of the samples displayed in the Seller’s showroom or in respect of other used Goods.
9.9 The Goods are repaired in the place where the Purchaser received the Goods. The Seller has the right to take the Goods for repair to the place chosen by them.
9.10 The Seller must, no later than within 20 days of receiving the Purchaser’s notice specified in clause 9.3, take their position on the validity of the Warranty in respect of the defect of the Goods. If a dispute arises between the Parties about the validity of the Warranty in respect of a defect, the Purchaser has the right to request that an independent expert be involved. If, according to the independent expert, the Warranty is not valid in respect of a defect of the Goods, the expenses related to the expert’s work will be borne by the Purchaser, and if this is not the case, such expenses will be borne by the Seller.
9.11 If the Seller, despite the Purchaser’s second notice, fails to perform their obligations arising from the Warranty, the Purchaser will have the right to eliminate the defect of the Goods at the Seller’s expense. The Purchaser is required to notify the Seller of starting repairing or replacing the Goods by e-mail at least 5 working days in advance (second notice), providing the Seller with the opportunity to eliminate the defect.
9.12 The Warranty does not exclude or restrict the consumer’s rights arising from the Law of Obligations Act or other legislation that cannot be amended by agreement between the Parties.
10.1 The Parties are liable for failure to perform their obligations on the grounds and pursuant to the procedure provided in the Contract and by law.
10.2 The Seller must compensate the Purchaser only for the certified direct proprietary damage caused by wrongful breach. The Seller has the obligation to compensate for the loss of profit, non-proprietary and indirect damage (incl. damage arisen as a result of disturbances in the Purchaser’s economic activities, as a result of losing the opportunity to enter into the contract or the opportunity to gain other benefit, damage arisen to a third party, etc.) only if imperatively provided so by law. The Seller’s total liability arising from improper performance of the Contract is limited to the amount that is equal to the selling price paid to the Seller for the Goods that are directly related to the emergence of the damage (i.e. single object).
10.3 If the Purchaser files any claims against the Seller arising from the manufacturer’s liability imperatively provided by law (i.e. the manufacturer’s liability for a defective product), the Purchaser agrees to make, at the Seller’s request and expense, every effort, incl. submit all the necessary documents and certificates and provide any other assistance, in order for the Seller to file, in turn, a respective claim against the person who manufactured the Goods or the person indicated as the manufacturer of the Goods or another obligated person pursuant to the manufacturer’s liability provisions.
10.4 Claims for the default interest and contractual penalties provided in the Contract must be filed within 3 months of the creation of the respective right at the latest. The respective right of claim extinguishes upon expiry of the aforementioned term.
10.5 The limitations of the Seller’s liability provided in this Chapter apply to a Purchaser who is a Consumer only to the extent in which such a limitation is not in conflict with the imperative provision of the law applicable to the consumer.
11 RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL OF A PURCHASER WHO IS A CONSUMER
11.1 A Purchaser who is a Consumer has the right to withdraw from an off-premises and distant Contract within 14 days of obtaining possession of the Goods without giving any reason therefor. For the purpose of withdrawal, the Purchaser must make, within the aforementioned term for withdrawal, an unequivocal application for withdrawal to the Seller by e-mail to the address of email@example.com or in writing to the Seller’s address of Tedre 55, Tallinn 13417.
11.2 In the case of withdrawal on the basis set out in clause 11.1, the Purchaser agrees to return, within 14 days of making the application for withdrawal, the Goods to the Seller’s warehouse at the address of Metalli 8, Tallinn, and the Seller agrees to return, within 14 days of receiving the application for withdrawal, the fees received on the basis of the Contract to the Purchaser. The repayments are made using the same payment method that the Purchaser used for making the payment unless the Parties have agreed otherwise.
11.3 A prerequisite for returning the Goods is that the Purchaser has handled the Goods prudently and the Goods have not been used and have no damages. The right to return does not apply to the products that are not fit to be returned for health protection or hygienic reasons. The Purchaser has the obligation to certify that the Goods have been purchased from the Seller. To this end, the Seller issues an invoice to the Purchaser.
11.4 The right of withdrawal provided in this Chapter does not apply to the Goods that have been manufactured and/or finished according to the terms and conditions set by the Purchaser.
11.5 In the case of exercising the right of withdrawal provided in this Chapter, (i) the Purchaser bears all the direct expenses related to returning the Goods, except if the Purchaser returns defective Goods or Goods that are not in compliance with the Offer confirmed by the Purchaser (in which case the provisions of Chapter 5 will apply), and (ii) is also liable for the reduction in value arisen due to the deterioration of the Goods to be returned.
12 PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
12.1 The personal data submitted by the Purchaser in the course of entering into the Contract are protected and the personal data and the data of the purchases made by the Purchaser are processed in accordance with the requirements of legislation. The terms and conditions of processing the Purchaser’s personal data by the Seller can be examined on the Seller’s website at https://elkemoobel.ee/privaatsuspoliitika/.
13 GIVING NOTICES
13.1 Any notices and other correspondence is/are given in Estonian using the contact details set out in the Contract.
14 APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION
14.1 The legal relationship between the Parties is governed by the law of the Republic of Estonia. The Parties seek to resolve any disputes by way of negotiations. If the negotiations yield no results, the disputes will be resolved in the Harju County Court as the court of first instance. In addition, a Purchaser who is a Consumer has the right to file a complaint with the Consumer Disputes Committee (at the address of Pronksi 12, 10117 Tallinn, or to the e-mail address of firstname.lastname@example.org, the procedural requirements can be examined and an application can be filed at https://www.tarbijakaitseamet.ee/et/tarbijavaidluste-komisjon/esita-avaldus-komisjonile) or also address the platform resolving consumer disputes of the European Union at https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/main/index.cfm?event=main.home.chooseLanguage.
15 PUBLICATION AND VALIDITY OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
15.1 These Seller’s Terms and Conditions can be examined in the Seller’s showrooms and on the Seller’s website at www.elkemoobel.ee/muugitingimused.
15.2 The Seller has the right to unilaterally amend these Terms and Conditions. Amendments to the Terms and Conditions take effect as of publication thereof on the Seller’s website at www.elkemoobel.ee. If the Seller’s Offer has been submitted to the Purchaser before the amendments to the Terms and Conditions take effect, the Terms and Conditions effective at the time the Offer was submitted will apply.
15.3 If any of the provisions of the Terms or Conditions proves to be invalid either in part or in full, this will not affect the validity of the other provisions of the Terms and Conditions or the Contract between the Parties.
These Terms and Conditions are effective as of 1. November 2019.
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