Terms and Conditions and Consumer Information


§ 1 Basic Provisions

(1)  The following terms and conditions apply to all contracts between Ines Gnörich, Königstraße 11, 01097 Dresden, Deutschland - hereinafter referred to as the supplier - and the customer which are entered through the supplier’s website www.airfield-shop-dresden.de.Unless otherwise agreed, a customer’s own terms and conditions will not be included.

(2)  A consumer, according to the following rules, is any natural person who enters into a transaction for a purpose that can be attributed neither to their commercial nor their independent vocational activity. An entrepreneur is any natural or legal person or a legal partnership that is concluding a contract as part of their professional or commercial activity.

(3)  The contract language is German. The full text of the contract will not be stored by the supplier. Before sending the order through the online shopping basket system, the contract data can be printed using the print function of the browser or be saved electronically. After receipt of the order by the supplier, the order data - the information required for distance contracts and the terms and conditions - will be sent by email to the customer again.

§ 2 Object of the contract

The object of the contract is the sale of goods. The details, in particular the essential characteristics of the goods, are located in the item description and additional information on the website of the supplier.

§ 3 Conclusion of the contract

(1)  The product representations of the supplier on the Internet are non-binding and no binding offer to conclude a contract.

(2) The customer can make a binding purchase offer (order) via the online shopping basket system.

There, the goods intended to be purchased are stored in the "basket". Using the corresponding button in the navigation bar, the customer can open the "basket" and make changes at any time. After opening the web page titled "Checkout" and entering your personal data as well as the payment and shipping terms, the order data will once again be displayed on the order summary page.
There the customer has the opportunity to check that all the details are correct, to change them (using the "back" button of your internet browser is also possible), or to cancel the purchase before submitting the order.
By submitting your order through clicking the button titled "Submit order", the customer makes a binding offer to the provider.
The customer will receive an automatically generated email about the receipt of his order, which does not lead to the conclusion of the contract.

(3)  The acceptance of the offer (and thereby the conclusion of the contract) ensues either through confirmation in writing (i.e. email), in which the customer will receive confirmation that the order is being processed or that they are being shipped, or through the delivery of the goods. Should the customer have received neither an order confirmation or a notice of shipment, nor the the goods within 5 days of placing the order, he is no longer bound by his order. If necessary services already rendered will be immediately refunded in this case.

(4) The execution of the order and delivery of all information necessary in relation to the conclusion of the contract ensues through partially automatically generated email. Therefore the customer must ensure that his provided email address is correct, that the receipt of these emails is ensured and not hindered by SPAM filters.

§ 4 Prices, Shipping Costs

(1)  The prices in the respective offers as well as the shipping costs represent the end costs. They include all price components and all applicable taxes.

If the delivery takes place in the non-EU countries, additional duties, taxes or fees might need to be paid by the customer, not to the seller but to the customs and tax authorities responsible. The customer is advised to check the details with the respective customs and tax authorities before placing their order.
 
(2)  The shipping costs are not included in the purchase price. They are accessible on the page entitled "shipping and payment", will be shown separately during the ordering process and are payable by the customer, unless the order is expressly offered postage free.

(3)   Vouchers and Coupons can not be combined, only one voucher or coupon per order is allowed.

(4)   The customer will receive an invoice including VAT.

§ 5 Payment and shipping terms

(1)  The terms of payment and shipping are available in the section of the same name in the navigation.

(2)  Unless otherwise specified in the various methods of payment, the entitlement to payments deriving from the contract are payable immediately.
 
(3) Purchase order invoicing through Klarna
When buying via invoice through Klarna you always receive the goods first, and you always have a payment period of 14 days. For more information and Klarna's full Terms and Conditions for invoice purchase can be accessed at: https://online.klarna.com/villkor_de.yaws?eid=18923&charge=2,95. When purchasing via invoice through Klarna a service fee of 2.95 euros per order will be charged. A delivery to a delivery address different to the billing address is not possible.

(4) Purchasing in Instalments through Klarna
Through the service of financing of purchase in instalments by Klarna you get the goods first. All of your purchases are collected on one bill at the end of the next month. You can then pay this bill in flexible rates, but the total amount can also paid at any time. For more information on the Klarna financing service can be accessed at (https://online.klarna.com/account_de.yaws?eid=18923). A delivery to a delivery address that is different from the billing address is not possible. The full terms and conditions of Klarna can be downloaded at: (https://online.klarna.com/pdf/account_terms_DE.pdf).

Klarna checks and evaluates the information provided by the consumer and, if justified, exchanges information with other companies and credit reporting agencies (credit worthiness check). Should the customers' credit score be inadequate, Klarna AB is entitled to refuse customers Klarna payment options and shall indicate any alternative payment options available. Your personal information will be treated in accordance with the Data Protection Act and will not be disclosed to third parties for advertising purposes. Find out more about Klarna's Privacy Policy at (https://online.klarna.com/pdf/data_protection_DE.pdf)

For more information visit www.klarna.de Klarna AB, Firmen - und Körperschaftsnummer: 556737-0431
(5)  If a product ordered by a customer is unexpectedly not available despite timely completion of an adequate covering transaction for a reason beyond the manufacturer's control, the customer will be informed immediately about the unavailability and in case of withdrawal  payments that have already been made will be refunded immediately.

(6)  It is regulated by law that the risk of accidental loss and accidental deterioration of the sold goods during the shipment only transfers to the customer with the delivery, regardless of whether the shipment is insured or uninsured.


§ 6 Return costs when exercising the right of withdrawal

In the event that the customer should evoke the applicable lawful right of withdrawal for distance contracts it is agreed that the customer has to bear the cost of return if the price of the goods to be returned does not exceed 40 Euros, or if the price is higher, the payment or contractually agreed upon partial payment has not been made at the time of withdrawal, unless the delivered goods are not as ordered. In all other cases, the supplier bears the cost of the return.

§ 7 Retention, reservation of ownership

(1)  The client can only exercise his right of retention if it pertains to claims from the same contractual relation.

(2)  The goods will remain the property of the supplier until the full payment of the purchase price have been received.

§ Warranty

(1) The statutory regulations are applicable.

(2)  As a consumer, the customer is asked to inspect the goods immediately upon delivery for completeness, obvious defects, damage that occurred during transport or complaints and inform the supplier and the carrier as soon as possible. If the customer does not comply, this does not affect the statutory warranty claims.

§ 9 Liability

(1The supplier will be completely liable for damages arising from injury to life, limb or health, in all cases of intent and gross negligence, fraudulent concealment of a defect, in the adoption of guarantee of the quality of the purchased goods, in case of damage according to the product liability law, and in all other cases established by law.

(2)  Where material contractual obligations are concerned, the liability of the provider in cases of ordinary negligence is limited to the typical, foreseeable damage. Material contractual obligations are essential obligations arising from the nature of the contract and should the breach compromise the achievement of its purposes and duties that the contract imposes on the supplier its content for the purpose of the contract, which makes the proper execution of the contract possible and on which the customer can rely regularly.

(3)  In case of a violation of minor contractual obligations, the supplier is not liable for slight negligence.

(4)  The data communication over the internet, considering the current state of the art, can not be guaranteed error free and / or available at all times. The supplier is liable neither for the continuous nor the uninterrupted availability of the website and the offered services.

§ 10 Applicable law, place of fulfilment and jurisdiction

(1)  German law applies. For consumers, this law applies, provided such action afforded by mandatory provisions of the law of the country of habitual residence of the consumer protection is not withdrawn (principle of favourable treatment).

(2)  The place of fulfilment for all services arising from the existing business relationships with the supplier as well as the jurisdiction is the seat of the provider, as long as the customer is not a consumer, but a merchant, a legal entity under public law or public special assets. The same applies if the customer has no general jurisdiction in Germany or the EU or the domicile or habitual residence at the time of the initiation of legal action is not known. The power to appeal to a court in another jurisdiction remains unaffected.

(3)  The provisions of the UN purchasing law explicitly does not apply.