TERMINATION OF THE PURCHASE AGREEMENT
5.1. The buyer acknowledges that, according to the provisions of § 1837 of the Civil Code, it is not possible, among other things, to withdraw from a purchase contract for the supply of goods that has been modified according to the wishes of the buyer or for his person, from a purchase contract for the supply of goods that are subject to rapid deterioration, as well as goods, which was irretrievably mixed with other goods after delivery, from the purchase contract for the supply of goods in closed packaging, which the consumer removed from the packaging and for hygienic reasons cannot be returned, and from the purchase contract for the supply of audio or video recordings or computer programs, if he violated their original packaging.
5.2. If it is not a case mentioned in Article 5.1 of the terms and conditions or another case where it is not possible to withdraw from the purchase contract, the buyer has the right to withdraw from the purchase contract in accordance with § 1829, paragraph 1 of the Civil Code, within fourteen (14 ) days from the acceptance of the goods, while in the case that the subject of the purchase contract is several types of goods or the delivery of several parts, this period runs from the day of acceptance of the last delivery of goods. Withdrawal from the purchase contract must be sent to the seller within the period specified in the previous sentence. To withdraw from the purchase contract, the buyer can use the sample form provided by the seller, which forms an appendix to the terms and conditions. Withdrawal from the purchase contract can be sent by the buyer to, among other things, the address of the seller's place of business or the seller's e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
5.3. In case of withdrawal from the purchase contract according to Article 5.2 of the terms and conditions, the purchase contract is canceled from the beginning. The goods must be returned by the buyer to the seller within fourteen (14) days of delivery of the withdrawal from the purchase contract to the seller. If the buyer withdraws from the purchase contract, the buyer bears the costs associated with returning the goods to the seller, even if the goods cannot be returned by the usual postal route due to their nature.
5.4. In the event of withdrawal from the purchase contract pursuant to Article 5.2 of the terms and conditions, the seller shall return the funds received from the buyer within fourteen (14) days of withdrawal from the purchase contract by the buyer, in the same manner as the seller received them from the buyer. The seller is also entitled to return the performance provided by the buyer when the goods are returned by the buyer or in another way, if the buyer agrees and no additional costs are incurred by the buyer. If the buyer withdraws from the purchase contract, the seller is not obliged to return the received funds to the buyer before the buyer returns the goods to him or proves that he has sent the goods to the seller.
5.5. The seller is entitled to unilaterally offset the claim for payment of damage caused to the goods against the buyer's claim for a refund of the purchase price.
5.6. In cases where the buyer has the right to withdraw from the purchase contract in accordance with § 1829 paragraph 1 of the Civil Code, the seller is also entitled to withdraw from the purchase contract at any time, up until the time the goods are taken over by the buyer. In such a case, the seller will return the purchase price to the buyer without undue delay, without cash to the account designated by the buyer.
5.7. If a gift is provided to the buyer together with the goods, the gift contract between the seller and the buyer is concluded with the severance condition that if the buyer withdraws from the purchase contract, the gift contract regarding such a gift ceases to be effective and the buyer is obliged to return the goods to the seller together with gift given.
TRANSPORTATION AND DELIVERY OF GOODS
6.1. In the event that the mode of transport is contracted on the basis of a special request of the buyer, the buyer bears the risk and any additional costs associated with this mode of transport.
6.2. If, according to the purchase contract, the seller is obliged to deliver the goods to the place specified by the buyer in the order, the buyer is obliged to take over the goods upon delivery.
6.3. If, for reasons on the part of the buyer, it is necessary to deliver the goods repeatedly or in a different way than was specified in the order, the buyer is obliged to pay the costs associated with repeated delivery of the goods, or costs associated with another delivery method.
6.4. When taking over the goods from the transporter, the buyer is obliged to check the integrity of the packaging of the goods and, in the event of any defects, to notify the transporter immediately. In the event of a violation of the packaging indicating an unauthorized intrusion into the shipment, the buyer does not have to accept the shipment from the carrier. This does not affect the rights of the buyer from liability for product defects and other rights of the buyer resulting from generally binding legal regulations.
6.5. Additional rights and obligations of the parties during the transportation of goods may be regulated by the seller's special delivery conditions, if issued by the seller.
RIGHTS FROM DEFECTIVE PERFORMANCE
7.1. The rights and obligations of the contracting parties regarding rights from defective performance are governed by the relevant generally binding legal regulations (in particular the provisions of § 1914 to 1925, § 2099 to 2117 and § 2161 to 2174 of the Civil Code and Act No. 634/1992 Coll., on consumer protection, as amended).
7.2. The seller is responsible to the buyer that the goods are free of defects upon receipt. In particular, the seller is responsible to the buyer that at the time the buyer took over the goods:
7.2.1. the goods have the properties agreed upon by the parties and, in the absence of an agreement, they have the properties that the seller or manufacturer has described or that the buyer expected with regard to the nature of the goods and on the basis of the advertising carried out by them,
7.2.2. the goods are suitable for the purpose that the seller states for their use or for which goods of this type are usually used,
7.2.3. the quality or design of the goods corresponds to the contracted sample or model, if the quality or design was determined according to the contracted sample or model,
7.2.4. is the goods in the corresponding quantity, measure or weight and
7.2.5. the goods comply with the requirements of legal regulations.
7.3. If a defect becomes apparent within six months of receipt, it is considered that the goods were already defective upon receipt.
7.4. The seller has obligations from defective performance at least to the extent that the manufacturer's obligations from defective performance last. The buyer is otherwise entitled to exercise the right from a defect that occurs in the consumer goods within twenty-four months of receipt. If the period during which the goods can be used is indicated on the sold goods, on their packaging, in the instructions attached to the goods or in advertising in accordance with other legal regulations, the provisions on the quality guarantee shall apply. With a quality guarantee, the seller undertakes that the goods will be suitable for use for the usual purpose or that they will retain their usual properties for a certain period of time. If the buyer justifiably accuses the seller of a defect in the goods, the period for exercising rights from defective performance or the warranty period does not run for the period during which the buyer cannot use the defective goods.
7.5. The provisions set out in Article 7.2 of the terms and conditions do not apply to goods sold at a lower price to a defect for which a lower price was agreed, to wear and tear of the goods caused by its usual use, in the case of used goods to a defect corresponding to the degree of use or wear that the goods had at the time of receipt by the buyer, or if it follows from the nature of the goods. The right of defective performance does not belong to the buyer, if the buyer knew before taking over the goods that the goods had a defect, or if the buyer himself caused the defect.
7.6. Rights from liability for product defects apply to the seller. However, if in the confirmation issued to the seller regarding the extent of rights from liability for defects (in the sense of the provisions of § 2166 of the Civil Code) another person designated for repair is mentioned, who is at the seller's place or at a place closer to the buyer, the buyer will exercise the right to repair with that , who is intended to carry out the repair. With the exception of cases where another person is designated to carry out the repair according to the previous sentence, the seller is obliged to accept the complaint in any establishment in which the acceptance of the complaint is possible with regard to the range of products sold or services provided, possibly also at the headquarters or place of business. The seller is obliged to issue a written confirmation to the buyer of when the buyer exercised the right, what the content of the claim is and what method of handling the claim the buyer requires; and further confirmation of the date and method of processing the complaint, including confirmation of the repair and its duration, or written justification for the rejection of the complaint. This obligation also applies to other persons appointed by the seller to carry out repairs.
7.7. The buyer can specifically exercise rights from liability for product defects, especially by e-mail at the address email@example.com.
7.8. The buyer shall inform the seller of the right he has chosen upon notification of the defect, or without undue delay after notification of the defect. The choice made cannot be changed by the buyer without the consent of the seller; this does not apply if the buyer requested the repair of a defect that turns out to be irreparable.
7.9. If the goods do not have the characteristics specified in Article 7.2 of the terms and conditions, the buyer can also demand the delivery of new goods without defects, if this is not unreasonable due to the nature of the defect, but if the defect concerns only a part of the goods, the buyer can only demand the replacement of the part; if this is not possible, he can withdraw from the contract. However, if this is disproportionate due to the nature of the defect, especially if the defect can be removed without undue delay, the buyer has the right to remove the defect free of charge. The buyer has the right to deliver new goods or replace a part even in the case of a removable defect, if he cannot use the goods properly due to the repeated occurrence of the defect after repair or due to a larger number of defects. In such a case, the buyer has the right to withdraw from the contract. If the buyer does not withdraw from the contract or if he does not exercise the right to deliver new goods without defects, to replace a part of it or to repair the goods, he can demand a reasonable discount. The buyer has the right to a reasonable discount even if the seller is unable to deliver new goods without defects, replace its parts or repair the goods, as well as if the seller does not remedy the situation within a reasonable time or if the remedy would cause significant difficulties for the buyer.
7.10. Additional rights and obligations of the parties related to the seller's liability for defects may be regulated by the seller's complaint procedure.