TERMS OF SALES
The online sales site IMODELDISTRIBUTION.COM belongs to the company IMODEL SARL with a capital of 10000 €. The registered office is located at 5 Place de Rome, 13006 MARSEILLE, France. Telephone: +33 (0) 4 91 54 37 74, FAX: +33 (0) 4 91 54 08 72, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. RCS 482 792 876. All our sales are subject to the terms and conditions described below.
Article 1 | Conditions
The seller being IMODEL.fr, the buyer is defined by the company or the person accepting these terms of sale. Consequently, the buyer acknowledges that he is perfectly informed that placing an order on the IMODELDISTRIBUTION.com website implies the acceptance of the conditions of sale described below without the handwritten signature of a document. The fact that the buyer clicks under the purchase order constitutes an electronic signature that has the same value between the seller and the buyer as a handwritten signature in application of Article 1316-4 of the Civil Code resulting from of the law 2000-230 of March 13, 2000 on the electronic signature. The information, given on the site, are given for information only and can be modified by the seller without notice.
Article 2 | The prices
The prices listed on the IMODEL website are inclusive of VAT in Euro taking into account the VAT applicable on the day of the order, any change in the rate may be reflected in the price of the products. IMODEL reserves the right to modify its prices at any time, it being understood however that the validity of the offer and the price is the current day, that is to say that the offer and the price appearing on the site are only valid on the day of the order and will be the only ones applicable to the buyer.
Article 3 | Delivery
The delivery is carried out by the Post office either in direct delivery to the buyer or by notice of provision. Professionals can be delivered by handing over the goods to a carrier. On delivery, all claims, to be taken into account, must be reported in writing to the carrier.
Article 4 | Payment method- Secure payment
Article 5 | Right to retract
Under the conditions provided by article L121-16 of the Consumer Code and in the context of distance selling, the buyer has a period of 7 days open and worked from the date of receipt of the order to return, at its expense, the products that do not suit him, in their original packaging. Right of withdrawal Article L 121-18 Starting point of the deadline: The reception by the consumer Time limit: Possible without reason in the 7 working days after the reception Possible exercise of the right: Within 7 working days Right of Renunciation Article L 114-1 Start of the deadline: Expected delivery date Deadline: Possible in case of non-delivery 7 days after the expected date of delivery Possible exercise of the right: For 60 days after the expected delivery date
Article 6 | Guarantee
The warranty is strictly limited to goods with a manufacturing defect. They will be exchanged to the exclusion of any other compensation for any reason whatsoever.
Article 7 | After sales service
The seller will apply the warranty on returned products on time. If the repair requests the return of the material from the manufacturer, the seller can not be held responsible for the delay due to the manufacturer or the time of transport.
Article 8 | IT law and freedom
Security The information provided by the customer is not disclosed except for the company that handles secure payments and SHERLOCK'S LCL payment insurance. In accordance with the tax requirements, a copy of each invoice will be kept by the seller IMODEL. The computer and freedom law n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 allows the buyer to have a right of access and rectification to his data. To do this, it is sufficient for him to contact the seller IMODEL.
Article 9 | Retention of title
In accordance with the law of May 18, 1980, the transfer of ownership of goods delivered to the buyer is subject to the full payment of the invoice on the due date by the customer.
Article 10 | Attribution of jurisdiction
The commercial court of Marseille has sole jurisdiction between the buyer and the seller in terms of payment, guarantee call or plurality of defenders regardless of the method of payment accepted or the delivery method. (This article is reserved for traders on the other hand with regard to the sale to individuals: The plaintiff has the choice in contractual matters between the place of establishment of the defendant and the jurisdiction of the place of actual delivery of the thing (Article 46 and 48 of the NCPC)