General Conditions of Use and Sale
Last update : 05/21/2021
Welcome to the General Conditions of Use and Sale of store.darlowparis.com , a site belonging to the sole proprietorship MADAME PAULINE DARLOW PARIS registered under the number SIREN 794 437 350 to the RCS of Paris .
We would particularly like to remind you that these General Conditions of Use and Sale may be updated, which is why we ask you to pay particular attention to the content of these General Conditions of Use and Sale, as well as their date. last update available at the top of the page .
Terms of Service
The present Terms of Service (hereinafter “ CGU “) Are a contract concluded between:
Anyone browsing the website: store.darlowparis.com , (hereinafter “ User “)
The sole proprietorship MADAME PAULINE DARLOW PARIS (hereinafter “ Editor “), Registered under the number SIREN 794 437 350 to the RCS of Paris .
Article 1: object
Exceptionally, the Publisher may consent to the modification, addition or deletion of provisions of these T & Cs by written agreement.
The Publisher reserves the right to modify or update these T & Cs without justification or prejudice, which is why the Publisher imperatively recommends that Users systematically re-read the T & Cs before any new browsing on the Site. The date of the last update of these T & Cs appears at the top of this page in bold.
Article 2 – Scope
These T & Cs apply to all Users visiting the Site. By accessing the Site, the User acknowledges having read and accepted these T & Cs setting out their rights and obligations in the context of their navigation on the Site.
Article 3 – Site
§1 – Accessibility
The Publisher’s Site is located at the following address: store.darlowparis.com . Access to the Site is free for all Users with internet access, however the costs incurred by the User for connection and use of the internet are not the responsibility of the publisher.
Each User acknowledges being over 16 years of age or being accompanied by a legal representative to browse the Site.
§2 – Content
The Publisher places the content on the Site online and ensures, by all possible measures, the accuracy and validity of the information online on the Site. The Publisher reserves the right to modify or update the content without justification or prejudice.
It is possible that the content of the Site contains inaccurate, incomplete or erroneous information resulting from a technical or involuntary error on the part of the Publisher. The Publisher undertakes to correct these errors in good faith, as soon as possible, as soon as he becomes aware of them.
Article 4 – Personal data and cookies
The Publisher undertakes to preserve the confidentiality of personal data and Users’ browsing data only. Personal data can be processed in particular to proceed with the delivery, the payment of an order, the creation of a customer account, or for the subscription to the newsletter of the Site. Navigation data is used to facilitate the User’s navigation on the Site.
If and only if the User consents, his personal data and navigation data may be processed by the Publisher. The Publisher undertakes to ensure compliance with the provisions of General Data Protection Regulation 2017/679 (RGPD) of the European Parliament and of the Council dated April 14, 2016 by ensuring compliance with retention periods, the need to collect the aforementioned personal data, and the confidentiality of the personal data collected.
Article 5 – Hypertext links
The Publisher’s Site may contain hypertext links redirecting the User to third-party sites. The Publisher is not responsible for the page to which the hypertext link redirects Users, or even the use that may be made of this link. The Publisher warns Users about the risks arising from these links and recommends that Users use these hypertext links with caution.
Article 6 – Intellectual property
All the elements present on the Publisher’s Site are the work of a reserved right under Article L111-1 of the French Intellectual Property Code. Any reproduction, exploitation, redistribution or use, even partial, of the elements, including legal and administrative documents present on the Publisher’s Site is prohibited.
Article 7 – Liability
The Publisher claims to take all necessary measures to ensure the proper functioning, security and accessibility of the Site. The Publisher is only bound by an obligation of means and not of results with regard to the measures aimed at the proper functioning, security and accessibility of the Site. The Publisher cannot be held liable in the event of:
– malfunction, security failure or unavailability of certain services on the Site
– direct or indirect damage resulting from the information on the Site
The Publisher cannot be held liable for damage caused to the User or to third parties resulting from Use of the Site contrary to these T & Cs by the User. The User is solely responsible for the Use made of the Site and undertakes to indemnify and compensate the Publisher in the event of damage, loss or loss of earnings of the Publisher caused by the User during the use of the Site. .
Article 8 – Partial invalidity
If one or more of the provisions of these T & Cs are deemed invalid in application of a standard in force or of a final decision from a competent court, the provisions not affected by this invalidation remain applicable in their entirety.
Article 9 – Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
These T & Cs are subject to French law. In the event of a dispute arising between the User and the Seller, the parties will favor an amicable resolution of the dispute. Any dispute relating to the interpretation and / or execution of these T & Cs falls under the jurisdiction of the French courts.
Annex: Intellectual Property Code
Article L111-1, Edited by Law n ° 2006-961 of August 1, 2006 – art. 31 JORF August 3, 2006
The author of a work of the mind enjoys on this work, by the sole fact of his creation, an exclusive right of intangible property and enforceable against all.
This right includes attributes of an intellectual and moral order as well as attributes of a patrimonial order, which are determined by books I and III of this code.
The existence or the conclusion of a contract for the hiring of a work or service by the author of a work of the mind does not derogate from the enjoyment of the right recognized by the first paragraph, subject to the exceptions. provided for by this code. Subject to the same reservations, the enjoyment of this same right is not waived either when the author of the work of the mind is an agent of the State, of a territorial collectivity, of an establishment. public administrative authority, an independent administrative authority with legal personality or the Banque de France.
The provisions of the articles L. 121-7-1 and L. 131-3-1 to L. 131-3-3 do not apply to agents who are authors of works whose disclosure is not subject, by virtue of their statute or the rules governing their functions, to any prior control by hierarchical authority.
Terms of Sales
The present Terms of Sales (hereinafter “ CGV ») Define the terms and conditions of a distance sales contract via the Online Store located at store.darlowparis.com Between :
Anyone browsing the website: store.darlowparis.com , (hereinafter “ Customer “)
The sole proprietorship MADAME PAULINE DARLOW PARIS (hereinafter the “ Seller “), Registered under the number SIREN 794 437 350 to the RCS of Paris .
Article 1 – Object and Scope
These General Conditions of Sale apply in the case of the distance sale of Products by Seller via his online store located at the address store.darlowparis.com (hereinafter “ Shop “) To a Client (hereinafter the” Customer “). These T & Cs define the mutual rights and obligations of the Seller and the Customer in the event of the remote purchase of material goods or licenses to use digital products for sale on the Seller’s Online Store (hereinafter the “ Products ”).
The T & Cs set out the rights and obligations of the Seller and the Customer (hereinafter commonly referred to as ” Parts ») As part of an order placed by the Customer via the Seller’s online store, without prejudice to the application of the provisions of the French Consumer Code specific to the Customer as a Consumer. By placing an order on the Seller’s Online Store, the Customer acknowledges having read and accepted these T & Cs before placing the order. The GTCs in force at the time of the ordering by the Customer on the Online Store are deemed to have been accepted without reservation by the Customer. If the Customer renounces acceptance of these T & Cs, said order is deemed to be void.
The Seller reserves the right to modify or update these T & Cs, which is why the Seller imperatively recommends that its Customers systematically review the T & Cs before placing any order on the Online Store. The date of the last update of these T & Cs appears at the top of this page in bold.
The GTC do not apply in cases where:
– the Customer places an order on the Online Store as a natural or legal person for professional purposes.
– the Customer places an order on the Online Store as a Professional as understood by the Introductory Article of the French Consumer Code.
Article 2 – Order
The Customer can place an order via the Online Store by selecting the desired Products and following the payment instructions. Any order placed on the Seller’s Online Store has the value of a distance sales contract between the Customer and the Seller. The Parties are bound by a distance selling contract as understood in Article L221-1 of the French Consumer Code from the moment the order is confirmed by the Customer after viewing the detail and the final price of this ordered.
These GTC are applicable to the sales contract between the Seller and the Customer. The Seller reserves the right to accept or refuse any order placed by a Customer. The Customer acknowledges being over 16 years old to place an order on the Online Store.
If the order is accepted by the Seller, the Customer will receive a confirmation of his order within 48 hours at the email address provided at the time of the order. In the absence of confirmation of the order within 48 hours from the Seller, the distance selling contract is deemed void, and the Customer is assured that no sum of money is taken from him for the payment of this order, or if payment has already taken place, the Customer is assured that the total amount paid for the order will be returned to his bank account.
Article 3 – Products
§1 – Product Description
The Online Store offers the Customer hardware products and licenses to use digital products. Hardware Products correspond to any physical object that may materially be in the possession of the Customer (hereinafter referred to as ” Hardware products Digital Products correspond to any user license allowing the Customer to use an intangible asset available on the Online Store such as computer files containing an image (example: wallpaper), a video, an audio track, or even a text document (hereinafter referred to as ” Digital products “). Digital Products and Hardware Products are commonly referred to as “ Products “.
The Seller undertakes to provide the most precise description and presentation possible of the essential characteristics of each Product displayed on the Online Store. In the event of an error in the display or description of the Products, the Seller reserves the right to correct them at any time and will endeavor to notify the Customer thereof in order to offer him:
– either to renounce the purchase of the Product in question
– or to confirm his purchase in view of the modifications made to the description of the Product in question
If the Customer does not respond to the Seller within 7 days in the event of a correction of a change in the description of a Product, the Customer is deemed to have renounced his purchase.
§2 – Unavailability of Products
The Seller cannot be held responsible for the unavailability of a Product. The Seller reserves the right to withdraw a Product from the Online Store at any time. In the event that one of the Products ordered by the Customer becomes unavailable when the order has been confirmed by the Seller, the Seller undertakes to contact the Customer as soon as possible to offer him:
– or the replacement of the unavailable product by a similar product at an identical substitute price. In the case of the exercise of the Customer’s right of withdrawal for a replacement product offered by the Seller and accepted by the Customer, the return is made at the expense of the Seller (See Article 9 – Right of Withdrawal below).
– or the reimbursement of the unavailable product by the Seller to the Customer within thirty days.
Article 4 – Price
The price of the Products are displayed on the online store with the description of each product and at the time of the order summary. The price displayed corresponds to the price of each Product, all taxes included and excluding delivery costs. The delivery costs are indicated at the time of the order summary and are included in the total price of the order. Delivery costs may vary depending on the type of delivery chosen.
Article 5 – Promotions
In the event of an active promotion on the Online Store, the reference price of the Product is displayed next to the sale price. The reference price corresponds to:
– either at the price formerly charged by the advertiser for this Product
– either at the price recommended by the manufacturer or distributor of the Product
– the maximum legal price for this type of Product if its price is regulated
Promotional codes made available by the Seller or the Seller’s partners are applicable on the Online Store and are valid while stocks last and until the code expires. Promotional codes are subject to an expiration date.
Article 6 – Payment
The Payment corresponds to the payment of the total amount including all taxes of the Products and the delivery if the latter is chargeable. The different payment methods accepted on the Seller’s online store are displayed when the order is finalized.
Article 7 – Cancellation of the order
The cancellation of the order is not possible, unless the Seller decides otherwise and notifies the Customer by written agreement. The cancellation of an order means the return of the Product (s) to the Seller and the return of any sum paid by the Customer to the Seller on the occasion of the order.
Article 8 – Delivery
§1 – Digital products
Digital Products correspond to any user license granted by the Seller allowing the Customer to use an intangible good available on the Online Store such as computer files containing an image, a video, an audio track, or even a text document.
Once the Customer has paid the total amount of the order to be paid, the Seller sends a download link to the Customer, within 48 hours maximum, to the e-mail address provided by the Customer at the time of the summary of the ordered. The download link expires after 5 days and allows only one download of the intangible good by the Customer.
All intangible goods made available in the case of the purchase of Digital Products sold on the Online Store are the work of a reserved right under Article L111-1 of the French Intellectual Property Code. . Any reproduction, exploitation, redistribution, use, or (re) sale, even partial, of the elements, including legal and administrative documents present on the Online Store is prohibited.
§2 – Hardware products
The delivery time for material Products on the Online Store appears at the time of the order summary step before proceeding to payment of the order. The Seller undertakes to ship the Customer’s order once it has been paid in full and the Seller has been notified thereof, and this within a maximum period of fourteen days. The Seller undertakes to ensure the delivery of the order to the address indicated by the Customer within a maximum period of thirty days. This thirty-day delivery period begins on receipt of payment for the order by the Seller. If the thirty-day delivery period is exceeded, the Seller undertakes to reimburse the Customer for the full amount paid for his order within fourteen days.
- Terms & Conditions
The general conditions of the carrier taking charge of the delivery of the order placed on the Online Store are applicable to the delivery. In the absence of a receiver at the address chosen by the Customer for delivery, the carrier leaves a transit advice note notifying the receiver of the delivery attempt. Delivery is considered to have been made once the order is received at the address chosen by the Customer.
Some orders may be shipped in multiple installments, separating the Products for shipment. For orders requiring separate shipment of certain Products, the order is considered to have been received once all the Products have been received.
Article 9 – Right of withdrawal
§1 – Definition and extinction
In accordance with the provisions of the Consumer Code annexed below, in the context of a purchase made by a Customer as a non-professional on the Seller’s Online Store, the Customer has a period of fourteen days calendar from receipt of the Product (s) ordered on the Online Store to exercise, with the Seller, his right of withdrawal without prejudice or justification.
If this fourteen-day period ends on a Sunday, whether a public holiday or not, this period is extended until the next working day. Some orders can be shipped in several times, the period of fourteen days begins to run on the day of receipt of the last Product.
Without prejudice to the provisions of these T & Cs, the purchase of Digital Products for sale on the Online Store only entitling the use of intangible goods that are not provided on a tangible medium but through a link download made available by email as soon as the total amount of the order is paid by the Customer, the Customer expressly waives his right of withdrawal for these digital products.
§2 – Exercise
The right of withdrawal allows a refund of the total price paid by the Customer for one or more Products, all taxes and delivery included, without justification or prejudice. Additional costs resulting from a choice of delivery method other than the delivery method recommended by the Seller cannot be reimbursed. Only the cost of the delivery method recommended by the Seller will be reimbursed under the right of withdrawal. The right of withdrawal is exercised even on products on promotion. In the event of exercise of the right of withdrawal, the Customer must return the desired Products in packaging guaranteeing the proper transport and safety of the Product with the withdrawal form attached (Annex 3 of the GTC) at the address:
store.darlowparis.com – DARLOW PARIS
12, Rue Vivienne,
75002 PARIS, France
The Seller undertakes to reimburse the Customer under fourteen days from the date on which the Seller is notified of the Customer’s desire to withdraw. The Customer’s reimbursement is considered to have been made once the Customer has received the corresponding sum through the means of payment used for the payment of the order. If the fourteen days to reimburse the Customer are exceeded, the Seller is exposed to the legal interest rates provided for in Article L242-4 of the Consumer Code.
§3 – Exceptions
The Customer may not have recourse to the right of withdrawal for the Products ordered on the following Online Store:
– Products whose price depends on fluctuations on the financial market beyond the control of the professional and likely to occur during the withdrawal period;
– Products made to the consumer’s specifications or clearly personalized;
– Products likely to deteriorate or expire quickly;
– Products which have been unsealed by the consumer after delivery and which cannot be returned for reasons of hygiene or health protection;
– Products which, after having been delivered and by their nature, are inseparably mixed with other items;
– Products comprising audio or video recordings or computer software when they have been unsealed by the consumer after delivery;
– Products consisting of digital content not supplied on a physical medium, the execution of which has begun after the express prior consent of the consumer and express waiver of his right of withdrawal.
Article 10 – Guarantees
§1 – Legal guarantee of conformity (Consumer Code)
When purchasing Products via the Seller’s online store, the Customer benefits from a legal guarantee of conformity. To act as a legal guarantee of conformity, the Customer, as a Consumer:
– has a period of two years from the delivery of the good to act;
– can choose between repair or replacement of the good, subject to the cost conditions provided for by Article L. 211-9 of the consumer code;
– is exempt from providing proof of the existence of the lack of conformity of the goods during the six months following delivery of the goods. This period is extended to twenty-four months as of March 18, 2016, except for second-hand goods.
To exercise their right to a legal guarantee of conformity, the Customer must only contact the Seller’s customer service, the contact details of which are available on the Online Store site, providing proof of purchase of the Product on the Seller’s online store. To make a return within the framework of the exercise of the legal guarantee of conformity, the Customer must only contact the customer service of the Online Store at the following e-mail address: email@example.com , provided with proof of purchase of the Products. The online store’s customer service department will provide the instructions to follow.
The legal guarantee of conformity applies regardless of any manufacturer or commercial guarantee granted.
§2 – Legal warranty against hidden defects (Civil Code)
The Customer, as a consumer, may decide to implement the guarantee against hidden defects in the item sold within the meaning of article 1641 of the Civil Code. In application of the legal guarantee against hidden defects, the Customer has a period of two years from the date of discovery of the defect to contact the Seller and notify him of the discovery of a defect. The defect corresponds to a defect in the Product such as to make it unfit for the use for which it is normally intended.
The Customer can choose between the resolution of the sale, either the refund including all taxes and delivery included, or a reduction of the sale price in accordance with article 1644 of the civil code.
To exercise his right to the legal warranty against hidden defects, the Customer must only contact the Seller’s customer service, the contact details of which are available on the Online Store site by providing proof of purchase of the Product on the Seller’s online store. . To make a return within the framework of the exercise of the legal warranty against hidden defects, the Customer must only contact the customer service of the Online Store at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org , provided with proof of purchase of the Products. The online store’s customer service department will provide the instructions to follow.
§3 – Exercise of the manufacturer’s warranty right
The Products sold on the Online Store by the Seller may be subject to a guarantee issued by the manufacturer of these Products. The warranty period for each Product is indicated in its description. Once the manufacturer’s warranty period indicated in the description of the Product has expired, the return of the Product is no longer possible unless the Customer’s right of withdrawal applies. To exercise his warranty right, the Customer must only contact the Seller’s customer service, the contact details of which are available on the Online Store site, providing proof of purchase of the Product on the Seller’s online store.
The manufacturer’s warranty for the Products does not apply to Products whose installation or assembly is carried out under the sole responsibility of the Customer. Installation and assembly under the sole responsibility of the Customer is necessary for cases where the Products are delivered in spare parts. In these cases of Products delivered in spare parts, assembly is carried out in the light of the documents and recommendations provided by the Seller. In these cases, the Seller is not responsible for the installation, assembly or non-compliant use of the Product in relation to its description, the Seller’s instructions and recommendations for the Product, or the standards in force. .
To make a return within the framework of the exercise of a manufacturer’s warranty, the Customer must only contact the customer service of the Online Store at the following e-mail address: email@example.com , provided with proof of purchase of the Products. The online store’s customer service department will provide the instructions to follow.
Article 11 – Transfer of ownership
§1 – Digital products
All digital content made available to the Customer in connection with the purchase of Digital Products available on the Online Store remains the exclusive property of the Seller after the purchase by the Customer. The Online Store only allows the Customer to purchase a license to use Digital Products at a fixed price and for an unlimited period. The purchase by the Customer, as a professional or non-consumer, of any license on the Online Store is firm and final.
By purchasing a license to use Digital Products on the Online Store, the Customer only obtains the right to use the intangible property (s) constituting the Digital Product. The purchase of a license to use Products on the Online Store does not in any way confer on the Customer a right of ownership, a right of resale or a right of donation to third parties of these Products.
§2 – Hardware products
The Product (s) ordered by the Customer become the property of the Customer upon payment of the full amount of the order, all taxes and delivery included.
Article 12 – Partial invalidity
If one or more of the provisions of these T & Cs are deemed invalid in application of a standard in force or a final decision from a competent court, the provisions not affected by this invalidation remain applicable in their entirety.
Article 13 – Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
These GTC are subject to French law. In the event of a dispute arising between the Customer and the Seller, the parties will favor an amicable resolution of the dispute by resorting to a Mediator. The contact details of the competent Mediator in the event of a dispute between the Seller and a Customer are available at the following address: https://www.mediation-franchise.com . Any dispute relating to the interpretation and / or execution of these GTCS falls under the jurisdiction of the French courts.
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Annex 1: Consumer Code
§1 – Abusive clauses
Article L132-1, Edited by Ordinance n ° 2016-131 of February 10, 2016 – art. 6 , Repealed by Ordinance n ° 2016-301 of March 14, 2016 – art. 34 (VD)
In contracts concluded between professionals and non-professionals or consumers, clauses which have the object or effect of creating, to the detriment of the non-professional or the consumer, a significant imbalance between the rights and obligations of the parties to the contract are unfair.
A decree in the Council of State, taken after opinion of the commission established in article L. 534-1 , determine a list of allegedly unfair terms; in the event of a dispute concerning a contract including such a clause, the professional must provide proof of the non-abusive nature of the disputed clause.
A decree issued under the same conditions determines the types of clauses which, having regard to the seriousness of the infringements which they cause to the balance of the contract, must be regarded, in an irrefutable manner, as abusive within the meaning of the first paragraph.
These provisions are applicable whatever the form or medium of the contract. This is particularly the case with order forms, invoices, guarantee certificates, delivery slips or delivery notes, tickets or tickets, containing stipulations negotiated freely or not or references to pre-established general conditions.
Without prejudice to the rules of interpretation provided for in articles 1188, 1189, 1191 and 1192 of the Civil Code, the unfairness of a clause is assessed by referring, at the time of the conclusion of the contract, to all the circumstances surrounding its conclusion, as well as to all the other clauses of the contract. It is also assessed with regard to those contained in another contract when the conclusion or performance of these two contracts legally depend on one another.
Unfair terms are deemed unwritten.
The assessment of the unfair nature of the clauses within the meaning of the first paragraph does not relate to the definition of the main object of the contract or to the adequacy of the price or the remuneration for the good sold or the service offered, provided that the clauses are written in a clear and understandable way.
The contract will remain applicable in all its provisions other than those considered abusive if it can subsist without the aforementioned clauses.
The provisions of this article are of public order.
§2 – Right of withdrawal
I.- The consumer has a period of fourteen calendar days to exercise his right of withdrawal, without having to justify a reason or to bear penalties.
The period during which the right of withdrawal can be exercised begins to run:
1 ° Either from the day on which the distance contract is concluded;
2 ° Either from the day on which the consumer receives the contractual conditions and the information, in accordance with article L. 121-20-11 , if the latter date is later than that mentioned in 1 °.
II.-The right of withdrawal does not apply:
1 ° To the supply of financial instruments mentioned in article L. 211-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code as well as to the reception, transmission and execution of orders on behalf of third parties mentioned in article L. 321-1 of the same code;
2 ° To contracts executed in full by both parties at the express request of the consumer before the latter exercises his right of withdrawal;
3 ° To the mortgage contracts defined in article L. 312-2 ;
4 ° Mortgage life loan contracts defined in article L. 314-1 .
III.-This article does not apply to the contracts mentioned in article L. 121-60 .
IV.-For assigned credit contracts defined in 9 ° of article L. 311-1 concluded using a distance communication technique, the withdrawal period of fourteen days cannot be reduced.
The exercise of the right of withdrawal does not automatically terminate the contract of sale or provision of services if it occurs within seven days of the conclusion of the credit contract. In addition, when the consumer, by an express request, requests the immediate delivery or supply of the good or the provision of services, the exercise of the right of withdrawal does not automatically terminate the contract of sale or service of services only if it occurs within three days of the conclusion of the credit agreement. Any early delivery or supply is the responsibility of the seller who bears all the risks.
Article L221-28, Created by Ordinance n ° 2016-301 of March 14, 2016 – art.
The right of withdrawal cannot be exercised for contracts:
1 ° The provision of services fully executed before the end of the withdrawal period and whose execution has begun after the express prior consent of the consumer and express waiver of his right of withdrawal;
2 ° The supply of goods or services, the price of which depends on fluctuations on the financial market beyond the control of the professional and likely to occur during the withdrawal period;
3 ° The supply of goods made to the consumer’s specifications or clearly personalized;
4 ° The supply of goods liable to deteriorate or expire rapidly;
5 ° The supply of goods which have been unsealed by the consumer after delivery and which cannot be returned for reasons of hygiene or health protection;
6 ° The supply of goods which, after having been delivered and by their nature, are inseparably mixed with other items;
7 ° The supply of alcoholic beverages the delivery of which is deferred beyond thirty days and whose value agreed at the conclusion of the contract depends on fluctuations in the market beyond the control of the professional;
8 ° Maintenance or repair work to be carried out urgently at the consumer’s home and expressly requested by him, within the limit of spare parts and work strictly necessary to respond to the emergency;
9 ° The supply of audio or video recordings or computer software when they have been unsealed by the consumer after delivery;
10 ° Supply of a newspaper, periodical or magazine, except for subscription contracts to these publications;
11 ° Concluded at a public auction;
12 ° Provision of accommodation services, other than residential accommodation, goods transport services, car rental, catering or leisure activities which must be provided on a specific date or period;
13 ° The supply of digital content not supplied on a physical medium, the execution of which has begun after the express prior consent of the consumer and express waiver of his right of withdrawal.
§3 – Legal interest rates
Article L242-4, Created by Ordinance n ° 2016-301 of March 14, 2016 – art.
When the professional has not reimbursed the sums paid by the consumer, the sums due are automatically increased by the legal interest rate if the reimbursement is made no later than ten days after the expiry of the deadlines set in the first and second paragraphs. of the article L. 221-24, 5% if the delay is between ten and twenty days, 10% if the delay is between twenty and thirty days, 20% if the delay is between thirty and sixty days, 50% between sixty and four – twenty days and five additional points for each new month of delay up to the price of the product, then the legal interest rate.
§4- Legal guarantee of conformity
Article L217-4, Created by Ordinance n ° 2016-301 of March 14, 2016 – art.
The seller delivers goods in conformity with the contract and is liable for any lack of conformity existing at the time of delivery.
It also responds to any lack of conformity resulting from the packaging, assembly instructions or installation when this has been charged to it by the contract or has been carried out under its responsibility.
Annex 2: Civil Code
Article 1641, Created by Law 1804-03-06 promulgated on March 16, 1804
The seller is bound by the warranty for hidden defects in the item sold which make it unfit for the use for which it is intended, or which reduce this use to such an extent that the buyer has not acquired it, or has not acquired it. would have given a lower price, if he had known them.
Article 1644, Edited by LAW n ° 2015-177 of February 16, 2015 – art. 10
Annex 3: Withdrawal Form
To the attention of STORE.DARLOWPARIS.COM, Sole proprietorship MADAME PAULINE DARLOW PARIS, firstname.lastname@example.org
I / we (*) hereby notify / notify you of my / our (*) withdrawal from the contract for the sale of the property (*) below:
Ordered on (*) / received on (*):
Name of Client (s):
Address of Client (s):
Signature of the Client (s) (only if this form is notified on paper):
(*) Cross out the unnecessary mention.