General Business Terms
General Business Terms www.ironriderchallenge.com.
1. Introductory Provisions
1.1.1 The www.ironriderchallenge.com online store is run by the company events4riders s.r.o., ID: 07187947, Podvinný Mlýn 2356/36, 190 00 Praha 9, registered in the commercial register at the Municipal Court in Prague, insert C 295828.
1.1.2 Contact details of the Seller:
- a) Mailing address: events4riders s.r.o., Podvinný mlýn 2356/36, Libeň (Praha 9), 190 00 Praha, Czech Republic
- b) Email: email@example.com
1.2 Business Terms and Conditions
1.2.1 The Business Terms and Conditions of the www.ironriderchallenge.com Online Store (henceforth “Business Terms and Conditions”) are an integral part of the Purchase Contract concluded between the Seller and the Client, whereas the two stipulate mutual rights and obligations as the parties to the Purchase Contract.
1.2.2 Unless different conditions or terms are explicitly stated in the Purchase Contract or unless the provisions of these Business Terms and Conditions are excluded or modified by the Purchase Contract or other agreement between the Seller and the Client, the mutual relations between the parties to the Purchase Contract shall be subject to these Business Terms and Conditions.
1.2.3 The Seller is entitled to change these Business Terms and Conditions at their discretion at any time. The rights and obligations arising from the already concluded Purchase Contracts shall be governed by the Business Terms and Conditions applicable at the time of concluding the respective Purchase Contract and subsequent changes in the Business Terms and Conditions shall have no impact on the already concluded Purchase Contracts.
1.3 The Possibility of Archiving the Business Terms and Conditions
1.3.1 The Business Terms and Conditions are available on the Online Store website at https://www.ironriderchallenge.com/en/general-business-terms
1.3.2 The Client can print the Business Terms and Conditions or save them in electronic format using the respective features of their internet browser.
1.3.3 The concluded Purchase Contracts are archived by the Seller in electronic format and are not accessible.
1.3.4 The Client can store information about their Orders, in particular, in the form of archiving the Confirmation of Receipt of the Order sent to them in the form of an email to the email address provided by the Client in the respective Order. This confirmation contains a summary of all information specified by the Client in the Order, in particular, the identification of the Goods, the Purchase Price including VAT and any additional details and conditions.
1.4 Definition and Meaning of Terms
1.4.1 Online Store - an online system operated on the internet at the address (URL) http://www.ironriderchallenge.com, which allows to conclude Purchase Contracts between the Seller and the Client remotely, using communication technologies.
1.4.2 Client - a natural person (human) who has concluded a Purchase Contract.
1.4.3 Client - Consumer - a natural person (human) concluding a Purchase Contract who does not act on behalf of their business or profession (§419 of the Civil Code).
1.4.4 Purchase Contract - a purchase contract concluded in electronic format through the Online Store between the Seller and the Client.
1.4.5 Civil Code - Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the Civil Code, as amended.
1.4.6 Business Terms and Conditions - conditions of the www.ironriderchallenge.com Online Store, which are an integral part of the Purchase Contract.
1.4.6 Order - a binding proposal in electronic format for concluding a Purchase Contract, created by entering the necessary information in the Registration Form (for example, last name, email etc.) and sending it to the Seller via the Online Store.
1.4.7 Seller - operator of the Online Store, events4riders s.r.o., identified in Article 1.1.1.
1.4.8 Goods - movable items sold using the Online Store or tickets for motorbike events provided in a printed or electronic format using the Online Store.
2. Offer of Goods, Order, concluding the Purchase Contract
2.1 Offer of Goods
2.1.1 The Goods displayed at the Online Store web pages do not constitute a legally binding offer pursuant to § 1732 p. 2 of the Civil Code. They serve only as an offer to the Client to submit their binding proposal for concluding a Purchase Contract.
2.1.2 The Seller does not guarantee immediate availability of the Goods displayed at the Online Store web pages. Terms of Delivery are specified in Article 3.1.1.
2.1.3 Description of the Goods, precise price incl. VAT, information about the date of the Event and other available details can be displayed by clicking the respective Goods item in the Online Store. The Purchase Price of the Goods is applicable as of the moment of its display to the Client or the moment of submitting the Order pursuant to Article 2.2.3. The Purchase Price of the Goods remains valid even in the case that the value of the Purchase Price of the respective type of Goods subsequently changes after submitting the Order. This provision does not exclude the option for the Seller to conclude the Purchase Contract under individually negotiated terms.
2.2 Ordering Goods in the Online Store
2.2.1 The Client interested in the offered Goods should fill in the Registration Form to provide their identification and contact details necessary to conclude the Purchase Contract and click the button “Order and Pay” to save the content of a virtual shopping basket. The virtual shopping basket cannot contain more items before submitting the Order.
2.2.2 After clicking the button “Order and Pay”, the Client is transferred to the Comgate payment gate environment to fill in the payment card details and click the OK button to confirm the payment.
2.2.3 Sending the payment for the Goods shall be considered as concluding the Purchase Contract. Submitting the Order by clicking the button “Complete Order” shall be considered as submitting the proposal for the Purchase Contract by the Client.
2.3 Confirmation of the Order and Concluding the Purchase Contract
2.3.1 After filling in the Registration Form and finishing the payment, the Seller will send to the Client the confirmation of the Registration Form and recept of the payment by email to the address provided by the Client via the Registration Form. The confirmation of the Order will contain, among others, all details regarding the purchased Goods and identification and contact details from the Registration Form, as specified in Article 2.2.1, along with the reference to the applicable version of these Business Terms and Conditions as of the date of concluding the Purchase Contract allowing you to download and save the Business Terms and Conditions in the .pdf or similar format for archiving. The Purchase Contract is concluded by receiving the confirmation of the Order sent to the email address specified by the Client. If the Client enters wrong contact details, thus preventing the delivery of the confirmation of the Order, the Seller is entitled to cancel the Order.
2.3.2 Pursuant to § 1740 of the Civil Code, the Seller excludes the possibility of accepting a proposal with an annex or exception. This arrangement is bilateral whereas the Purchase Contract is always concluded based on full acceptance of the proposal by the other Party.
2.3.3 The Seller always has the right, depending on the nature of the Order (unusual amount of the Purchase Price, unusual identification data), to ask the Client for additional acknowledgment of the Order (e.g., via email). If the Client does not confirm the Order, the Seller may require the payment of the entire Purchase Price before the dispatch of the Goods to the Client, otherwise, the Seller is entitled to cancel the Purchase Contract. The provision of § 2119 p. 1 of the Civil Code does not apply.
2.4 Application of the Czech Law and Language of the Purchase Contract
2.4.1 The Purchase Contract concluded between the Seller and the Client shall be governed by the Civil Code.
2.4.2 Relationships subject to the Purchase Contract shall be governed by the Czech law. The Purchase Contract shall be concluded in the Czech language. The Client can submit the details of the Order also in other than the Czech language, provided such a language is understood by the Seller (Slovak, English or Polish).
2.5 Rights and Obligations Subject to the Purchase Contract, Payment Conditions
2.5.1 The Seller is obliged to deliver the Goods to the Client for the agreed Purchase Price and the Client is obliged to pay the Purchase Price.
2.5.2 The Seller has the only option of paying the Purchase Price, namely, using the payment card, as offered by the Seller. The respective information will be provided in the course of placing the Order.
3. Delivery of Goods, Payment Conditions
3.1 Term of Delivery
3.1.1 Based on the nature of the Goods, as per Article 1.4.8, Goods will be delivered on the date of the Event.
3.1.2 We reserve the right to change the date of the Event - date of delivery.
3.2 Method of Delivery
3.2.1 The method and place of delivery of the Goods will be identified by the Client in the Order, whereas the information about available methods of delivery and shipping prices will be provided in the course of placing the Order. The Seller fulfils the obligation of delivering the Goods by the participation of the Client at the motorbike Event. The participation of the Client at the Event is recorded in the participation list before the start of the event.
3.2.1 Based on the nature of the Goods, as per Article 1.4.8, the place of delivery of the Goods will be the place of the Event, as identified by the Client in the Order.
3.2.3 Along with the Goods, the Seller will provide to the Client the tax document for the Goods.
3.2.4 The Seller is entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Contract or not deliver further Goods to the Client after the date of the End of Registration.
3.2.5. The End of Registration is the date included in the description of the Goods. After the End of Registration, it is not possible to register for the Event.
3.3 Passing of the Risk of Damage to the Goods
3.3.1 The ownership of the Goods is passed on to the Client by the transfer to the Client (if the Purchase Price has been paid), otherwise, by the full payment of the Purchase Price.
3.3.2 The risk of damage to the goods is passed on to the Client at the time when the Seller transfers the Goods to the Client at the place and time of the Event.
4. Withdrawal from the Purchase Contract
4.1. The Client has the right to withdraw from the Purchase Contract without stating any reason within 14 days from the receipt of the electronic confirmation of the Registration Form and of the Payment sent to the address provided by the Client in the Registration Form.
4.1.2 In the event of withdrawal, the Client shall be obliged to return to the Seller all Goods with all accessories and documentation (purchase receipt, manual, warranty sheet), as applicable, to the address of the Seller. The deadline for withdrawal is met if the withdrawal is submitted to the Seller unequivocally before the respective deadline expires.
4.1.3 The recommended method of withdrawal from the Purchase Contract in accordance with Article 4.1. is the letter of withdrawal, sent either by post to the mailing address as per Article 1.1.2., or via email sent to the email address of the Seller as per Article 1.1.2.; the form for the withdrawal from the Purchase Contract in electronic format is part of these Business Terms and Conditions as an integral annex; it can be downloaded, printed and sent to the Seller by any of the aforementioned methods. The Client will receive the Withdrawal Form in the text format as part of the confirmation of the receipt of the Purchase Contract as per Article 2.3.1. In the Withdrawal Form, the Client shall be obliged to provide their name and surname, number of the Order and date of submitting the Order (date of purchase). The Client is not required to use the Withdrawal Form for the withdrawal, however, they shall be responsible for completing all required details for the withdrawal to be valid.
4.1.4 Along with other reasons provided for by the applicable legislation (§ 1837 of the Civil Code), the Client is not entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Contract especially in the following cases:
a) Where the delivered Goods were tickets to a public event, regardless of whether they were delivered to the Client in a printed or electronic format; further on, accommodation and transport, if such services were ordered for a specific term;
b) Where the subject of the purchase were Goods modified based on the Client's specifications or personalized, as well as Goods subject to damage, wear and tear or obsolescence;
c) Where the Goods were delivered in a closed packaging, whereas the Client opened the packaging and the Goods cannot be returned for health and safety reasons.
4.1.5 The Client is obliged to send the Goods to the Seller within 14 days from the date of submitting the withdrawal.
4.1.6 The Goods returned by the Client based on the withdrawal from the Purchase Contract will be received by the Seller at the address specified in the Article 1.1.2. The Goods cannot be returned cash on delivery; such consignments will not be accepted by the Seller and the Seller has no responsibility for their loss, destruction or damage.
4.1.7 The expenses associated with the return of Goods shall be borne by the Client; this applies also to the cases where the Goods cannot be returned in a normal way because of their nature.
4.1.9 If the Client withdraws from the Purchase Contract legally, the Seller shall be obliged to return the Purchase Price to the Client no later than within 14 days from the receipt of the withdrawal, including all already paid expenses for shipping equivalent to the cheapest way of delivery offered by the Seller, in the same way the Seller received the payment from the Client. The Seller has the right to return the price paid by the Client in other way, provided the Client agrees with such solution and no further expenses arise for the Client.
4.1.10 Regardless of the deadline defined in Article 4.1.9., the Seller shall not be obliged to send the money to the Client before the Client delivers the Goods to the address as per Article 4.1.6, or before the Client proves that the Goods have been sent to the Seller.
5. RESPONSIBILITY FOR DEFECTS, WARRANTY AND COMPLAINTS
5.1 Quality of Goods
5.1.1 The Seller shall be responsible to the Client that the Goods are delivered in perfect condition without defects. At the time of delivery of the Goods, the Seller shall be responsible to the Client especially for the following:
- a) The Goods have the characteristics explicitly described by the Seller at the Online Store web pages (typically in the description of the Goods) and identified in the Purchase Contract or Order, and where no provisions exist, such characteristics that the Seller or manufacturer of the Goods described or the Client expected based on the nature of the Goods and the content of the respective advertisement;
- b) The Goods are suitable for the purpose specified by the Seller at the Online Store web pages (typically in the description of the Goods) or for the purpose such items are typically used for;
- c) The Goods are delivered in the required quantity, size or weight; and
- d) The Goods are in accordance with applicable legislation.
5.2 Deadline for Exercising the Rights Arising from Defects, Warranty of Quality for the Clients - Consumers
5.2.1 The Client - Consumer is entitled to raise a complaint about defects that affect the Goods within 24 (twentyfour) months from their receipt.
5.2.2 If the Purchase Contract or the description of the Goods at the Online Store web pages contain the statement that the Goods are covered by the Warranty of Quality or if the Goods are accompanied by a warranty statement (so-called Warranty Sheet), the Seller thereby guarantees that the Goods will be fit for use for the normal purpose or will retain their usual properties for a given period of time. The Warranty of Quality can apply also to individual parts of the Goods. The warranty period shall commence on the date of the receipt of the Goods by the Client. If the Goods are shipped to the Client, the warranty period shall commence on the date of delivery of the Goods to the respective destination.
5.2.3 Where the Purchase Contract and the warranty conditions in Article 5.2.2 stipulate different warranty periods, the longest warranty period shall apply, unless agreed explicitly otherwise by the Seller and the Client. Other arrangements regarding a shorter warranty period do not affect the right of the Client to claim defects in the respective period of time according to Article 5.2.1, whereas such shortened period of time is ineffective (will not be respected).
5.2.4 The same effect as an explicit declaration of Warranty of Quality in accordance with Article 5.2.2 is applied when the sold Goods contain the warranty period listed on the packaging, in the instruction manual attached to the Goods or in advertising, in accordance with other applicable legislation.
5.2.5 The provisions of Articles 5.2.1 - 5.2.4 do not apply, the Warranty of Quality is not applicable and the Seller has no responsibilities in the following cases:
- a) Where the Goods are sold for a reduced price, to the defects which the reduced price has been agreed for;
- b) To the wear and tear of the Goods due to their regular use;
- c) To the defects caused by inappropriate use of the Goods, if such use caused the defects;
- d) Where used Goods are sold, to the defects resulting from the use or wear and tear apparent at the time of receipt by the Client;
- e) To the defects caused by not respecting the guidelines provided by the manufacturer or distributor in the documentation for the Goods.
5.2.6 Other exceptions or limitations are available, if they are detailed by the manufacturer or distributor of the Goods in the respective warranty conditions, unless they are in conflict with the applicable Czech legislation.
5.3 Rights Arising from Defective Performance and Warranty of Quality for the Client - Businessman
5.3.3 Where warranty period is identified at the Online Store web pages, such warranty period applies to the Client - Consumer, not the Client - Businessman. The Client - Businessman may be advised about the warranty period for the Goods upon request before concluding the Purchase Contract.
5.3.4 Provisions of Articles 5.2.2 - 5.2.4 regarding the extent and termination of warranty shall apply proportionally to Clients - Businessmen. Other exceptions or limitations are available, if they are detailed by the manufacturer or distributor of the Goods in the respective warranty conditions.
5.4.1 The Client is obliged to claim (report) the defects of the Goods to the Seller using contact details in Article 1.1.2., using either of the following methods:
- a) Sending the complaint in writing (letter of complaint) by post together with the affected Goods; or
- b) Handing over the Goods including the letter of complaint at the address of the Seller.
5.5 Claims of the Client - Consumer Arising from Defective Goods
5.5.1 The claims defined here, in Article 5.5, are applicable only to the Client - Consumer. The rights and obligations of the Client and the Seller concerning the rights arising from defective performance shall be governed by the applicable general binding rules (in particular, provisions § 1914 - 1925, § 2099 - 2117 and 2161 - 2174 of the Civil Code).
5.5.2 The defect of the Goods shall include any delivered Goods that do not have any of the required characteristics defined in Article 5.1.1.
5.5.3 Where it is not disproportionate, based on the nature of the defect, the Client may require obtaining new Goods without defects from the Seller; however, where the defect affects only part of the Goods, the Client may request only the replacement of the respective part. Where such solution is not possible, the Client can withdraw from the Purchase Contract. The Client has the right to receive new Goods or replacement for the part of the Goods also in the case of a removable defect, if the affected Goods cannot be used properly due to the repeated occurrence of such defect or where a larger number of defects exists. In such a case, the Client can also withdraw from the Purchase Contract.
5.5.4 If the defect of the Goods is of such nature that the exchange for new Goods would be disproportionate (especially if the defect can be removed without undue delay), the Client is only entitled to have the defect removed free of charge by the Seller.
5.5.5 If the Client does not withdraw from the Purchase Contract or does not apply the right to receive new Goods without defects or have parts of the Goods replaced (see Article 5.5.3) or have the Goods repaired free of charge (see Article 5.5.4), the Client may request an appropriate discount. The Client has the right to an appropriate discount also in the event that the seller cannot deliver new Goods free of defects, replace part of the Goods or repair the Goods, as well as in the event that the Seller fails to provide remedy within a reasonable time or where the remedy would result in substantial difficulties for the Client.
5.5.6 The Client does not have any rights arising from defective performance, if the Client knew before accepting the Goods that the Goods were defective (e.g., if it was explicitly and clearly stated in the description of the Goods in the Purchase Contract or at the Online Store web pages) or if the Client caused the defect themselves.
6. Responsibility for Damage
6.1 The responsibility of the Seller for the damage caused to the Client - Consumer shall be governed by applicable legislation, especially the Civil Code.
6.2 Where the party to the Purchase Contract is the Client - Businessman, the Seller shall be responsible for the damage caused by deliberate breach of the obligations stipulated in the Purchase Contract.
7. Protection of Personal Data, Commercial Communications
7.1 Personal Details
7.1.1 The Client agrees with the processing of their personal details by the Seller.
7.1.2 The Seller is the data controller in relation to the personal data of the Clients obtained in the course of concluding and performance of Purchase Contracts pursuant to § 4 point (j) of Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on the Protection of Personal Data, registered in the public register of the processing of personal data at the Office for Personal Data Protection under no. 40489. The Seller processes and uses the contact details of the Client exclusively for the purposes of performing their obligations based on the Purchase Contract. These details are not made available or transferred to third parties with the exception of situations when it is required for fulfilling the legal obligations of the Seller.
7.1.3 The personal data of the Clients are processed by the Seller only for the period of time the consent for the Client with receiving commercial communications is valid (see Article 7.2 of the Business Terms and Conditions), otherwise, for the period of time that is necessary to fulfil the obligations of the parties to the Purchase Contract, or until or rights and obligations arising from the Purchase Contract are exercised.
7.1.4 The Seller does not collect any sensitive information about the Client pursuant to § 4 point (b) of the Act on the Protection of Personal Data.
7.1.5 Each data subject (Client) has the right to request the Seller to provide explanation or require the removal of their personal data from the databases and systems of the Seller, if they consider that the Seller processes the respective personal data in breach of the Purchase Contract or applicable legislation, or the repair of their personal data, if they consider that the Seller processes incorrect personal information. The Seller shall execute the request of the data subject within 30 days from the date of its receipt.
7.1.6 The Seller hereby declares that they have established sufficient technical and organizational measures in order to prevent unauthorized or accidental access to the personal data of the Clients.
7.2 Commercial Communications
7.2.1 Where the Client expresses their consent by checking the respective box in the course of placing the Order, the Seller will be entitled to send them commercial communications in the form of email containing information about new Goods at the Online Store as well as other services offered by the Seller.
7.2.2 The Client has the right to request the termination of sending commercial communications, free of charge and without any sanctions.
8. Final Provisions
8.1 Where the Client is a foreign subject, the legal relationship arising from the Purchase Contract or any other legal relationship arising in relation to using the services of the Online Store shall be governed by the Czech legislation. At the same time, the application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is explicitly excluded.
8.2 The Seller is authorized to perform activities related to the operation of the Online Store on the basis of the respective trade licence and their activity is not subject to any other authorization.
8.3 The Seller has the option of submitting to the Seller any complaints in written form or electronically by email sent to the address of the Seller as per Article 1.1.2. The Seller shall respond to the received complaint in the same format it was received (in writing or electronically to the email address of the Client). The Seller reserves the right not to respond to complaints of third parties that have not concluded a Purchase Contract with the Seller.
8.4 Extra-Judicial Settlement of Disputes
8.4.1 If a dispute arises between the Client - Consumer and the Seller regarding the Purchase Contract, the Client has the right to propose an extra-judicial settlement of their dispute at the Czech Trade Inspection Authority in order to settle the dispute with the Seller using the contact details available at the website www.coi.cz. Submitting the proposal and the subsequent participation in extra-judicial settlement of the dispute is free of charge for the Client, whereas any costs incurred in relation to the extra-judicial settlement of the dispute shall be borne by each party separately. Settling the dispute extra-judicially is optional for the Client.
8.4.2 The extra-judicial settlement of the dispute shall be governed by § 20d and later of Act No. 634/1992 Coll. on Consumer Protection. The proposal for commencing the extra-judicial proceedings shall contain the elements required pursuant to § 20n of the Act on Consumer Protection. The proposal for the extra-judicial settlement of the dispute may be submitted no later than 1 year from the date on which the Client submitted the claim to the Seller which is the subject of the dispute (e.g., from the time of the first complaint regarding the Goods or from the time of the request for a refund of the Purchase Price after a legal withdrawal from the Purchase Contract if the Seller is in delay with its return).
8.4.3 The Clients who have their residence in another member state of the EU, Norway or Iceland have the right to propose an extra-judicial settlement of their dispute with the Seller via the European Consumer Centre in their country of residence; the list of respective consumer centres is available on the website of the European Commission at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/solving_consumer_disputes/non-judicial_redress/ecc-net/index_en.htm.
8.5 In the event that certain provisions of these Business Terms and Conditions are invalid or unenforceable for any reason, this does not affect the validity or applicability of any other part of the Business Terms and Conditions or Purchase Contracts.
8.6 This version of the Business Terms and Conditions enters into force on 23.5. 2019.
Annex to the Business Terms and Conditions
Information of the operator of the www.ironriderchallenge.com Online Store on the right to withdraw from the contract (pursuant to Government Decree No. 363/2013 Coll.)
Sample advice on the right of the client to withdraw from the purchase contract based on which the goods ordered from the www.ironriderchallenge.com online store were delivered
1.1 Within 14 days, you have the right to withdraw from the purchase contract without stating any reason (the term of 14 days starts depending on the date of receipt of the goods in accordance with the rules set out below in section 1.2). However, in certain cases the right to withdraw from the purchase contract without stating any reason does not apply - these cases are detailed in the legislation and in Article 4.1.4 of the Business Terms and Conditions of the www.ironriderchallenge.com online store (hereinafter referred to as “Business Terms and Conditions”).
1.2 You have the right to withdraw from the contract within 14 days from the day following the day
- a) When you or the third party delegated by you (other than the carrier) receive the goods; or
- b) When you or the third party delegated by you (other than the carrier) receive the final shipment of the goods (where the purchase contract includes more items of goods that are part of a single order and are delivered separately - in two or more separated deliveries); or
- c) When you or the third party delegated by you (other than the carrier) receive the final item or part of the goods (where the purchase contract includes delivery of goods consisting of more items or parts).
1.3. For the purposes of exercising the right of withdrawal from the contract, you have to notify the operator of the www.ironriderchallenge.com online store about your decision to withdraw from the contract using the contact details referred to in Article 1.1.2. of the Business Terms and Conditions, whereas the information on the withdrawal must clearly identify the purchase contract and the withdrawing consumer, and further also the date of conclusion of the purchase contract, order number / purchase contract number, identification of the goods and your decision to withdraw from the contract.
You can use the attached sample withdrawal form, however, you are not obliged to do so.
1.4 In order to meet the deadline for the withdrawal from the purchase contract, you have to send the notification of withdrawal from the purchase contract before the expiry of the respective deadline.
2. Consequences of withdrawal from the contract
2.1. If you withdraw from the purchase contract, we will refund all payments we received from you without undue delay and no later than within 14 days of the date on which we were notified about your decision to withdraw from the contract, including the cost of delivery (except for the additional costs incurred as a result of the chosen method of delivery which is different than the cheapest way of standard delivery offered by us). To return the payment, we will use the same method that you used to make the original transaction, unless you explicitly require otherwise. There will be no additional expenses for you.
2.2 If you have already received the goods based on the purchase contract, please, read the following information concerning their return in relation to the withdrawal from the purchase contract:
- a) Receipt of the goods
The goods must be sent or returned without undue delay and no later than within 14 days of the date of the notification of withdrawal, to the address: events4riders s.r.o., ID: 07187947, Podvinný Mlýn 2356/36, 190 00 Praha 9. To meet the deadline, you have to send the goods back within 14 days.
- b) Expenses associated with the receipt of the goods
You shall pay the direct expenses associated with the return of the goods.
- c) Responsibility for the reduced value of the returned goods
You are responsible only for the reduction in the value of the goods as a result of handling the goods in a different way than reasonably necessary to recognize the nature and characteristics of the goods including their functionality.
3. For additional information related to the withdrawal from the purchase contract based on which the goods were delivered, see Article 4.1 of the Business Terms and Conditions. The provisions of the Business Terms and Conditions are not affected by the contents of this sample advice.
4. Information and rights detailed in this sample advice are applicable only to clients - consumers.
Sample form for the withdrawal from the purchase contract
(Fill in the form and send it back only if you want to withdraw from the contract.)
Notice of Withdrawal from the Purchase Contract
events4riders s.r.o., ID: 07187947, Podvinný Mlýn 2356/36, 190 00 Praha 9,
I confirm that I would like to withdraw from the purchase contract related to the purchase of the following goods:
Date of order (*) / date of receipt (*)
Name(s) of the Client(s)
Address of the Client(s)
Client’s signature (if the document is sent in a printed form)
(*) Delete as applicable.