- Article 1: Application and opposability of general sales conditions
- Article 2: Ordering
- Article 3: Delivery
- Article 4: Returns - Terms and conditions
- Article 5: Pricing
- Article 6: Legal disputes
Article 1: Application and opposability of general sales conditionsThe act of placing an order implies the buyer's full and unconditional acceptance of the general sales conditions, to the exclusion of all other documents, such as sales brochures or catalogues issued by the vendor, which have only an indicative value.
No contrary condition requested by the buyer, unless expressly accepted, can therefore be imposed on the vendor, regardless of when it is brought to his attention.
Should the vendor at any given moment choose not to impose one or more of the general sales conditions, this does not imply that he renounces his right to impose these same conditions at a later date.
Article 2: OrderingThe information provided by the buyer when placing an order engages his or her responsibility: if the addressee's details are entered incorrectly, the vendor cannot be held responsible for the non-delivery of the product.
Orders are considered definitive only when they have been validated by payment of the sum due by the buyer.
Once the order has been dispatched, the buyer may not modify or cancel the order and the sum paid cannot be reimbursed.
Product offers are valid as long as stocks are available. A product which is no longer available will be automatically withdrawn from the online product catalogue.
If a product is no longer available, the vendor will contact the buyer. They will agree together on the delivery of a product of identical size and quality to the product initially ordered by the buyer.
Article 3: DeliveryDelivery will be made to Belgium & Luxembourg within the time period specified, by consignment of the product to the declared addressee, or in the latter's absence, by notification of the availability of the product (see conditions according to the nature of the product ordered). WEME Records shall never be liable for general or special indirect damage or for any consequential damage, of any nature whatsoever, suffered by the Customer or by any third parties.
The following cases of force majeure discharge the vendor of his obligation to deliver: War, riots, fire, strikes, accidents and the impossibility of obtaining supplies. The vendor will inform the buyer in reasonable time of the cases or events listed above. In all cases, delivery can only be made within the time specified if the buyer has fulfilled his obligations to the vendor.
Article 4: Returns - Terms and conditionsAll product returns must be the subject of a formal agreement between the vendor and the buyer.
The buyer disposes of a delay of 7 days for an order to exercise his right of retraction, with no requirement to justify the retraction or pay a penalty, with the exception, where relevant, of the cost of return.
The above-mentioned delay runs from the time the products were received. When this delay expires on a Saturday, a Sunday or a national holiday, it will be extended until the first working day that follows. When the right of retraction has been exercised, the vendor must reimburse the buyer without delay and at the latest, within thirty (30) days following the date on which the right was exercised. Beyond this date, the sum due will be subject to interest paid at the effective legal rate.
Article 5: PricingProducts are provided at the price in effect at the time the order is placed. Payment is made with immediate effect when the order is placed.
Article 6: Legal disputesOur full attention will always be given to any claims or disputes, on the basis that any claimant who takes the trouble to report his situation is acting in good faith. All agreements concluded with WEME Records are exclusively governed by Belgian law. Any disputes with regard to these agreements belong to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Tribunals and Courts of the district of Brussels.
All complaints concerning the quality of our products must be registered with our Customer Service within a maximum of seven (7) working days after the date on which the product was received.
In the case of a dispute, the client should always contact the vendor first to seek an amicable solution.
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If this is not possible, disputes may only be settled in the Belgian courts.