General Terms of Trade of MIRO GLOVES s.r.o.
General Terms of Trade of MIRO GLOVES s.r.o.
MIRO GLOVES s.r.o.
Company ID: 01652265
Based in: Rašínova 103/2, 602 00 Brno, Czech republic
The Company is incorporated in the Commercial Register managed by the Regional Court in Brno, Section C, File 78948
Store operator and supplier of goods – seller:
MIRO GLOVES s.r.o.
Company ID: 01652265
Tax ID: CZ04907299
Based in gen. Rašínova 103/2, 602 00 Brno, Czech republic
incorporated in the Commercial Register managed by the Regional Court in Brno, Section C, File 78948
Bank details: 1115352/0100
Data box: ejyupyx
The General Terms of Trade of MIRO GLOVES s.r.o.. are valid and binding as of 1 December 2020.
These General Terms of Trade of MIRO GLOVES s.r.o. regulate the relations between the Buyer and the Seller – MIRO GLOVES s.r.o., namely in the area of claims regarding the SILVERNITE® antibacterial clothing, EXQUISIV® cashmere and wool clothing, and other products offered by MIRO GLOVES s.r.o.
I. Introductory Provisions
1.1 The General Terms of Trade of MIRO GLOVES s.r.o. regulate the rights and liabilities related to or arising from the Purchase Contract concluded between the Seller and the Buyer via the internet shop specified below, in compliance with the provisions of Section 1751(1) of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., as amended. The Purchase Contract is concluded between the Buyer and MIRO GLOVES s.r.o. as the Seller upon the sale of the SILVERNITE® antibacterial clothing, EXQUISIV® cashmere and wool clothing, and other products offered by MIRO GLOVES s.r.o. for sale via the internet shops at www.silvernite.eu. The sale is performed via the Seller’s internet shop, operated on the website at the Internet address of www.silvernite.eu.
1.2 The Seller is MIRO GLOVES s.r.o., company ID: 01652265 based in Rašínova 103/2, 60200 Brno, incorporated in the Commercial Register managed by the Regional Court in Brno, Section C, File 78948, e-mail: email@example.com (hereinafter also referred to as “the Seller”).
1.3 The Buyer is an individual, consumer or a legal entity other than the Seller on the other side of the contractual relationship (hereinafter also referred to as “the Buyer” or "the Customer”). Under the provisions of Section 419 of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the Civil Code, as amended, and under the provisions of Section 2(1)(a) of Act No. 634/1992 Coll., as amended, a consumer is “every person who concludes a contract with the entrepreneur or engages with them in another manner beyond the scope of their own business activity, or beyond the scope of the performance of their profession” (hereinafter also referred to as “the Consumer").
1.4 Goods: movable property that is the subject of a purchase contract, namely clothes and clothing accessories.
1.5 Purchase contract: a contract concluded between the Seller and the Buyer, the subject matter of which is the Seller’s liability to deliver the Goods to the Buyer and the Buyer’s liability to accept the Goods from the Seller and to pay the agreed purchase price to the Seller.
1.6 E-shop: an internet shop operated by the Seller at www.silvernite.eu
1.7 Any legal relations between the Seller and the Consumer that are not expressly regulated by these General Terms of Trade shall be governed by the respective provisions of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the Civil Code, as amended, and by the Consumer Protection Act (Act No. 634/1992 Coll.), as amended. When the contracting party on the side of the Buyer is a legal entity or an individual entrepreneur, such relations shall be governed by the Civil Code, No. 89/2012 Coll., as amended, however, the provisions on consumer contracts (distance contracts) stipulated by Act No. 89/2012 Coll., and other consumer protection regulations shall not apply.
1.8 By concluding the Purchase Contract, the Buyer expresses their consent with these General Terms of Trade and the Complaints Procedure, which is an integral part of these General Terms of Trade, or which is stated separately on the Seller’s website at www.silvernite.eu, and confirms that they have read the General Terms of Trade as well as the Complaints Procedure. The Buyer shall be notified of the General Terms of Trade and the Complaints Procedure in an appropriate way and shall be given the opportunity to read them prior to the conclusion of the Purchase Contract.
1.9 The General Terms of Trade, including the Complaints Procedure and the Purchase Contract, are executed in Czech.
1.10 These General Terms of Trade shall apply to all the purchase contracts concluded between the Seller and the Buyer.
1.11 The purchase of the Goods by the Customer does not create the right to use or otherwise handle the intellectual property rights of the Seller or other subjects, whose goods are offered for sale by the Seller.
1.12 The Purchase Contract is executed in Czech. The Czech version of the contract shall take precedence in the case of disputes between the Czech version of the Purchase Contract and its potential foreign-language version.
1.13 The Seller archives the Purchase Contract in an electronic form and sends it to the Buyer in the form of an invoice upon the payment and delivery of the Goods to the Buyer. Together with the ordered Goods, the Buyer shall also receive a delivery note which corresponds with the order. The invoice is not accessible by third parties. If the Buyer authorises a third party to view the archived purchase contracts and related documents, such an authorised third party shall be entitled to view the aforesaid documents. The Purchase Contract is considered to be concluded when the order is confirmed by the Seller in the form of an e-mail message sent to the Buyer’s e-mail address provided in the order.
1.14 The Seller reserves the right to change the General Terms of Trade. This provision does not affect the rights and liabilities arisen during the validity of the previous version of the Terms of Trade. The changed General Terms of Trade shall be disclosed by the Seller on the website at www.silvernite.eu, as well as in any facilities, if applicable.
1.15 The Seller acts within the scope of their business activity when concluding and fulfilling purchase contracts. The Seller is an entrepreneur who delivers goods or services to the Buyer, either directly, or through other entrepreneurs.
II. Purchase Contract:
2.1. The placement of the offered Goods by the Seller to the aforesaid website is a proposal to conclude a purchase contract. The Buyer proposes a conclusion of the Purchase Contract to the Seller by completing and sending the order form via the e-shop. The order is binding for the Buyer as of the moment of sending. By sending the order, the Buyer expressly agrees with these General Terms of Trade and the Complaints Procedure, which are an integral part of the Purchase Contract, and confirms that they have read them.
2.2. The Buyer has the opportunity to check and change the information entered in the order prior to sending the order to the Seller – the Buyer has the opportunity to correct any mistakes in entering the information in the order. The Seller considers the information stated in the order to be correct. The Seller shall confirm the order via electronic mail immediately upon receiving the order, to the Buyer’s e-mail address stated in the order. The Purchase Contract is concluded by the confirmation of the order from the Seller to the Buyer’s e-mail. The Seller shall also attach these General Terms of Trade to the e-mail confirmation of the Buyer’s order, sent to the contact e-mail address entered in the order.
2.3. The Seller is entitled to withdraw from the concluded contract without further requirements any time prior to the delivery of the Goods when the Seller is not objectively able to deliver the Goods to the Buyer in a reasonable time period due to third-party reasons, or when the Goods are no longer manufactured, or when the Goods are no longer sold, or when the price of the supplier of the Goods has changed considerably, or when it is found that the Buyer has breached another previously concluded contract with the Seller. The Buyer hereby acknowledges and the Seller hereby notifies the Buyer that the contract shall not be concluded when there is a legitimate doubt concerning the real identity of the Buyer or in the case of obvious mistakes in the provided information on the Goods or the price. The Buyer shall receive a refund of the full amount if the Buyer has already paid the purchase price or its part.
2.4. The Buyer agrees with the use of the remote communication means upon the conclusion of the contract, as specified above. The Buyer shall be solely responsible for the costs incurred by the Buyer when using the remote communication means in relation to the conclusion of the Purchase Contract (the costs of internet connection, etc.).
2.5. The Seller shall issue a tax document in an electronic form for the Buyer on the basis of the concluded Purchase Contract, or upon the acceptance of the Goods and payment. The Seller is a payer of the value added tax. The Seller shall send the tax document to the Buyer’s electronic mail address stated in the order.
2.6. The Buyer hereby acknowledges that the Seller bears no responsibility for any errors incurred due to third-party interference with the website where the e-shop is operated, or due to the use of the website in contradiction to its designation. All the rights to the content of the website where the e-shop is are solely reserved for the Seller and the Buyer has no entitlement to dispose of such rights or violate them in any way. Only the Seller is entitled to dispose of the content of the website where the e-shop is and change it, and only the Seller owns all the rights to the content of the website with the e-shop and to the e-shop.
2.7. The information on whether or not the Goods are in stock is only indicative as the status of the Goods in stock is continuously updated and the information on unavailability of the Goods may appear on the e-shop with a time delay in relation to the sale.
III. Purchase Price and Payment Terms
3.1 The Seller reserves the right to change the price.
3.2 The price of the Goods is stated in the internet catalogue available at www.silvernite.eu and it corresponds with the price stated there at the time the product is ordered, and it is binding for the Buyer. All the prices stated are final, including VAT. By confirming and sending the order, the Buyer declares that they have been informed of the prices of the Seller and that they agree with them. Together with the purchase price, the Buyer shall also pay the Seller for the costs of packaging and delivery of the Goods in the agreed amount. If the Buyer orders one piece of the Goods, the shipping and packaging costs shall be added to the purchase price specified above according to the selected method of shipping, or according to the pricelist of the carrier selected by the Buyer. The shipping terms and conditions and the pricelist of the individual shipping options are stated under Art. VI of these General Terms of Trade. When several pieces of the Goods are ordered, the shipping cost is not added to all the ordered pieces of the Goods, but only to one piece of the ordered Goods according to the rule described above in this paragraph. However, this shall not apply when the Buyer demands that the Goods ordered are sent to several addresses.
3.3 The Buyer can pay for the Goods using the following methods:
3.3.1 cashless, via a bank transfer to the credit of the Seller’s account, account no.: 1115352/0100, managed by Komerční banka, the purchase contract or order number must be stated as the variable code. In the case of a cashless payment, the Buyer’s obligation to pay the purchase price is fulfilled at the moment when the amount is credited to the Seller’s account. If the Buyer fails to state the variable code, the Buyer acknowledges that the delivery of the Goods may be delayed as it will not be possible to identify the Buyer’s payment, and the Buyer shall immediately contact the Seller in this case.
3.3.2cash on delivery, the cost is added to the price of the Goods according to the pricelist. The Buyer pays the purchase price in cash upon the acceptance of the Goods from the carrier and the handover of the Goods is conditioned by the payment of the purchase price.
3.3.3 cashless, on-line, by card via payment gateway………….
3.4 If the Buyer demands a delivery of a large quantity of the Goods or Goods of a higher value, the Seller reserves the right to demand an advance payment prior to the delivery, up to 100% of the order value. If the advance payment is required, an “advance invoice” is issued. The value of the advance payment is deducted in the tax document after the delivery of the Goods.
3.5 In the case of cash on delivery, the purchase price is payable upon the acceptance of the Goods. In the case of a cashless payment, the purchase price is payable within 3 business days after the conclusion of the Purchase Contract and the Buyer's obligation to pay the purchase price is fulfilled at the moment the corresponding amount is credited to the Seller’s account. The Seller shall send the Goods to the Buyer after the corresponding amount has been credited to the Seller’s account, at the earliest.
IV. Withdrawal from the Contract
4.1 The Buyer is entitled to cancel the order within 12 hours after sending by providing a statement of order cancellation sent to the Seller’s electronic mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. The binding character of the order for the Buyer expires by the cancellation of the order by the aforesaid deadline and if the Purchase Contract was already concluded according to Art. 2.2 herein, the Purchase Contract shall also be cancelled from the very beginning.
4.2 The withdrawal from the Purchase Contract by the Consumer is governed by the provisions of Section 1829 et seq. of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., the Civil Code, as amended, which stipulates this Consumer’s entitlement. In the case of a purchase within the Buyer’s business activity (stating an identification number in the purchase document), the Buyer shall not be entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Contract. In this case, the sale is governed by the Civil Code, Act No. 89/2012 Coll., as amended, however, the provisions on consumer contracts (distance contracts) shall not apply.
4.3 The Consumer is entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Contract in compliance with the provisions of Section 1829 et seq. of the Civil Code, No. 89/2012 Coll., without giving reason and without any sanction within 14 days from the acceptance of the Goods on the basis of the concluded Purchase Contract, or within 14 days from the acceptance of the last delivery of the Goods, if the purchase includes several kinds of Goods or the Goods consist of several parts, without giving reason. In this case, the Consumer contacts the Seller in writing, in the form of a recorded letter sent to: MIRO GLOVES s.r.o., Borova 275, 56982 Borova u Policky, Czech republic. The letter shall state that the Consumer is withdrawing from the Contract, including the order number, a copy of the invoice, date of purchase and account number for the refund. The Seller shall not accept any withdrawals from the contract after the expiry of the aforesaid time period. The withdrawal shall be delivered to the Seller within 14 (fourteen) days after the acceptance of the Goods by the Buyer.
4.4 The Consumer cannot withdraw from the following contracts, except when expressly stipulated in the contract:
- on the provision of services that have been fulfilled with the Consumer’s prior express consent before the expiry of the deadline for the withdrawal from the contract and the entrepreneur informed the Consumer that there is no right to withdrawal prior to the conclusion of the contract,
- on the delivery of goods or services, the price of which depends on the fluctuations of the financial market independently of the entrepreneur and which may happen during the time period for the withdrawal from the contract,
- on the delivery of goods that have been modified at the Consumer’s wish or for their needs,
- concluded on the basis of a public auction under the public auction law, or
- on the delivery of digital content, unless it was delivered on a physical medium, that was delivered with the Consumer’s prior express consent before the expiry of the deadline for the withdrawal from the contract and the entrepreneur informed the Consumer that there is no right to withdrawal prior to the conclusion of the contract.
4.5 In the case of withdrawal from the contract, the Buyer shall return the purchased Goods to the Seller in the original condition. The Buyer hereby acknowledges that if the Goods returned to the supplier are damaged, worn or partially consumed, the Seller shall be entitled to compensation of incurred damage from the Buyer. The Seller shall be entitled to set off the compensation of incurred damage against the Buyer’s refund. The Goods shall not be considered spoiled when the original packaging is damaged due to unpacking the Goods.
4.6 The Seller shall refund the paid financial amounts to the Buyer within 14 days from the receipt of the withdrawal from the Purchase Contract by the Buyer, however, not until the Buyer has handed over the Goods to the Seller or proves that the Goods have been sent to the Seller. The money shall be refunded to an account indicated by the Buyer and if the Buyer fails to indicate such an account in the notification of the withdrawal from the contract or by the end of the period stated in the first clause of this paragraph, the Seller shall refund the money to the account from which it was paid in the case of a cashless payment, or send a postal order to the Buyer’s address in the case the purchase price was paid in cash and the Buyer has not provided any bank details for the refund. The purchase price shall be refunded except for amounts representing additional costs of the delivery of the Goods incurred due to the method of delivery selected by the Consumer that is other than the cheapest method of standard delivery of the Goods offered by the Seller. The Buyer shall return the Goods in the case of withdrawal from the Purchase Contract no later than 14 days after the withdrawal from the Purchase Contract.
4.7 The Buyer shall provide a proof of purchase when returning the Goods. No refund will be made without the proof of purchase.
4.8 It is not possible to send the returned Goods using “cash on delivery”. The Seller is not required to accept such Goods.
4.9 The Buyer shall bear the full cost of returning the Goods. The Seller shall refund the costs related to the first delivery of the Goods to the Buyer with the purchase price. If the Buyer choses other than the cheapest method of delivery that the Seller offers, the Seller shall refund an amount that corresponds with the cheapest method of delivery that the Seller offers.
4.10 If the Buyer receives a discount for a piece of the Goods purchased in a special offer, such as 3+1, the discount is provided by the Seller to the Buyer on the basis of a condition subsequent that if there is even partial withdrawal from the Purchase Contract by the Buyer, the Buyer shall pay the remaining part of the price of the purchased Goods before the discount, or return the Goods sold at a discount to the Seller. The Buyer shall be required to return all the fulfilment provided in the form of discounts for the purchase of a specific quantity of the Goods to the Seller, i.e., the Buyer shall pay the full price without any discount for all purchased pieces of the Goods, or return the Goods that have been provided beyond the scope of the order in a special event, such as a special offer or in any other form.
4.11 The provisions of the Civil Code on the withdrawal from a contract within 14 days under Section 1829(1) of the Civil Code, however, cannot be interpreted as a free rental of the Goods. When the Consumer exercises the right to withdraw from the contract within 14 days after the acceptance of the Goods under Section 1829(1) of the Civil Code, the Consumer shall return all the articles received on the basis of the concerned contract to the Seller, including any gifts. If it is no longer possible (for example, the Goods have been meanwhile destroyed or consumed), the Consumer shall provide a cash compensation as an equivalent to what can no longer be returned. If the returned Goods are partially damaged, the Seller may exercise the right to compensation of damage against the Consumer and set off their claim against the refund, and the Consumer shall receive a reduced refund under Section 1833 of the Civil Code. The Goods must be returned as unused and in the original condition, i.e., in the condition it was delivered in, not washed, and without any use by the Buyer. Otherwise, it is not possible to withdraw from the contract under this provision.
V. Delivery Terms
5.1 The ordered Goods shall be delivered according to the availability and operating possibilities of the Seller, in the shortest time possible and at a common time specified below.
5.2 As soon as the Seller receives an order from the Buyer, or as soon as the Seller sends a confirmation e-mail to the Buyer, the term for the delivery of the Goods starts. This term does not include weekend days and public holidays, as well as the time designated for the shipping of the Goods. With respect to the fact that the Seller does not provide the shipping service, its duration cannot be influenced in any way.
5.3 The delivery of the product shall mean handover for shipping, as selected by the Buyer.
5.4 The common delivery time from the acceptance of the order to the dispatch to the Buyer’s address is 3 business days, provided that the Buyer has placed their order by 11 a.m. on a business day. The delivery time may be longer in exceptional cases.
5.5 The place of the delivery of the Goods shall be the address stated by the Buyer in the order.
5.6 The Seller reserves the right of ownership to the article and thus the Buyer shall not become the owner until the purchase price has been paid in full.
5.7 No damage to the article incurred after the transfer of the risk of damage onto the Buyer shall affect the Buyer’s obligation to pay the purchase price, unless the damage has been caused by the Seller’s violation of their obligations.
VI. Shipping Terms
6.1 The Buyer can choose one of the following shipping methods:
Shipping in the Czech Republic:
6.1.1Delivery by the Czech Post with the following shipping costs:
Parcel delivery to post office: shipping and handling CZK 94, cash on delivery CZK 25
Parcel delivery to hand: shipping and handling CZK 99, cash on delivery CZK 25
6.1.2 Delivery by Direct Parcel Distribution CZ s.r.o., shipping and handling CZK 99, cash on delivery CZK 25.
Shipping to Slovakia:
6.1.3 Delivery by Direct Parcel Distribution CZ s.r.o., shipping and handling CZK 199, cash on delivery CZK 30.
6.2 The shipping costs differ according to the shipping method. The Buyer selects the shipping method in their order. The shipping methods, including the pricelist, are also provided above in these General Terms of Trade.
6.3 The Seller fulfils the obligation to deliver the Goods to the Buyer at the moment when the Seller hands the Goods over to the carrier for the purpose of delivering the Goods to the Buyer.
6.4 The Buyer shall accept the Goods. If the Buyer fails to accept the Goods delivered to the delivery address provided by the Buyer in the order, the Seller is entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Contract and the Buyer shall compensate the Seller for all the costs incurred by the Seller in relation to sending the Goods according to the Buyer’s order.
6.5 If it is required to send the Goods repeatedly or by another method than stated in the order for reasons on the part of the Buyer, the Buyer shall pay the costs related to the repeated delivery of the Goods, or the costs related to another shipping method.
6.6 The Seller recommends that the Buyer inspects the Goods closely when accepting the Goods from the carrier, immediately upon the acceptance. If the packaging is damaged or other facts appear, indicating that the Goods could also be damaged, the Seller recommends not to accept the shipment and to write a report on the damage of the shipment with the person who is delivering it. If the Buyer does not report the defects of the shipment without unreasonable delay, the Seller may demand compensation of damage incurred in relation to such a delay. The written report on the damage facilitates any potential complaints filed.
6.7 The Buyer agrees with the acceptance of the Goods and confirms that the shipment is not mechanically damaged by signing the document on the acceptance of shipment from the carrier or at the Czech Post. Therefore, it is inevitable to check the shipment packaging prior to signing the document.
6.8 The risk of accidental destruction, loss and accidental deterioration of the Goods passes onto the Buyer at the moment of the acceptance of the Goods by the Buyer, or at the moment when the Buyer refuses to accept the Goods illegitimately, or fails to provide the carrier with necessary cooperation in accepting the Goods.
6.9 The ownership of the Goods passes onto the Buyer from the Seller at the moment of acceptance of the Goods by the Buyer and of the payment of the full purchase price.
VII. Liability for Defects and Warranty
7.1 In the case of purchase of goods, the Buyer is entitled to exercise the right arising from a defect in a period of 24 months from the acceptance of the Goods. In the case of purchase of consumer goods, the Buyer is entitled to exercise the right arising from liability for defects in a period of 24 months from the acceptance of the Goods, however, the period may be longer as stipulated in the letter of warranty. In the case of the contractual, extended warranty, the Seller stipulates the terms and conditions and the scope of the extended warranty in the letter of warranty (confirmation). If there is no letter of warranty – confirmation, the tax document – invoice shall be used as a letter of warranty. The time period for the enforcement of the liability for defects starts on the day of the acceptance of the Goods by the Buyer, and in the case of warranty, on the day stated in the written confirmation – letter of warranty.
7.2 Buyers who use the Goods for the purpose of business or trading the product shall be provided a warranty period as specified by the importer of the Goods to the Czech Republic. The warranty period is only for consumers, not for entrepreneurs who purchase the Goods for their business activity (providing an identification number). Entrepreneurs are informed of the time period for claiming rights arising from defects in the contractual arrangements.
7.3 The Seller recommends that the Buyer reads the terms of warranty, the terms of liability for defects, including the Czech instructions for use, prior to the first use of the Goods and also consistently abides to the instructions. Failure to do so may lead to the risk that the Buyer will damage the article by improper use and will not be able to claim the incurred defect within their complaints right arising from the Seller’s liability for defects. In compliance with the provisions of Section 2104 of the Civil Code, the Buyer shall inspect the Goods as soon after its acceptance as possible (no later than within 24 hours after its acceptance) and check its properties and quantity.
7.4 The warranty does not apply to the wear and tear of the Goods caused by their common use. A shorter durability of the product in such case cannot be considered a defect and cannot be thus claimed as a defect. The Seller shall provide a written warranty (a letter of warranty / confirmation) on the Consumer’s request. It may be replaced with a proof of purchase, provided that it contains the Seller’s business firm, identification number and place of business. If the provided warranty period is longer than 24 months, the terms and conditions and the scope of the extension of the warranty shall be determined in the form of a statement in the letter of warranty (confirmation).
7.5 The rights and liabilities of the Parties concerning the Seller’s liability for defects, including the Seller’s warranty liability, shall be governed by the generally binding legal regulations (namely the provisions of Section 2161 et seq. of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., as amended).
7.6 The Seller shall ensure to the Buyer that the Goods sold are free from any defects. It means that the sold Goods have the quality and utility properties required under the contract, described by the Seller, manufacturer or their representatives, or anticipated on the basis of their advertisements, or the quality and utility properties typical for such Goods, that it complies with the requirements of legal regulations, that it is in the corresponding quantity, measure or weight, and that it complies with the purpose that the Seller states for the use of the Goods or that the Goods are usually used for.
7.7 The Buyer does not have any rights from inadequate performance when the Buyer knew that the article was defective, or caused the defect, prior to the acceptance of the Goods. A defect that becomes obvious during 6 (six) months from the acceptance of the article is considered to be a defect present at the moment of acceptance.
7.8 The scope, the terms and conditions, and the method of exercising the liability for defects of the Goods, including the terms and conditions for applying contradiction with the Purchase Contract, and information on how to file a complaint are described in greater detail in the Seller’s Complaints Procedure. The Complaints Procedure also contains rules that need to be followed when using the Goods to prevent their excessive wear and tear or damage.
7.9 By concluding the Purchase Contract, the Buyer confirms that they have read the Seller’s Complaints Procedure.
VII. Personal Data Processing and Protection
8.1. Personal data processing is governed by the terms and conditions stipulated in the document published under the Personal Data Protection section on the Company’s website at https://www.silvernite.eu.
IX. Final Provisions
9.1 If any of the provisions of the General Terms of Trade is found to be or becomes invalid or ineffective, it shall be replaced with a provision that is as close as possible to the purpose of the invalid provision. The invalidity of ineffectiveness of one provision does not affect the validity or effectiveness of the remaining provisions. Any amendments and supplements to the Purchase Contract or the General Terms of Trade shall be executed in writing.
9.2 The Purchase Contract, including the General Terms of Trade, is archived by the Seller in an electronic form and it is not accessible.
9.3 If a dispute between the Seller and the Buyer arises from the concluded Purchase Contract, it shall be resolved by Czech courts with local and material jurisdiction. The Buyer may address their complaint to the Czech Trade Inspection Authority. Central Inspectorate - ADR Department; Štěpánská 15; 120 00 Prague 2; E-mail: email@example.com; Web: adr.coi.cz.
9.4 Seller’s contact information: delivery address: MIRO GLOVES s.r.o., Borova 275, 56982 Borova u Policky, Czech republic, electronic mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
9.5 These General Terms of Trade become effective on 1 October 2020. The Seller reserves the right to unilaterally change these General Terms of Trade, with effect of the change in the General Terms of Trade from the day of its disclosure on the website of the e-shop.