Sales Agreement In Romana

If you do not comply with the return conditions set out in this agreement, you will not be entitled to a refund by the seller. Upon receipt of the returned items, the Seller verifies that they meet the conditions set out in Article 7 of this Agreement. If the returned items meet the conditions set out in this agreement, the seller informs you by e-mail that the returns have been accepted. If the returned items do not meet the conditions set out in this agreement, the seller informs you by e-mail that the returns have not been accepted. In this case, you can, at your own expense, have the items returned under the same conditions as those received by the seller, as indicated in Article 7.10 According to Romanian legislation, a written signature for a valid contract is not mandatory – contracts are usually valid when persons with legal competence reach an agreement, whether or not they accept orally. electronically or in a physical document (Article 1166 of the Romanian Civil Code). To prove a valid contract, the parties sometimes have to present evidence in court. The main digital transaction management solutions can provide authorized electronic records as evidence in accordance with Articles 266, 267, 283, 284 or 310 of the Romanian Code of Civil Procedure, in order to support the valid existence, authenticity and acceptance of a contract. For the offer and sale of products on our websites („ingramcamiceria.it“ and „ingramshirts.com“), only the following general terms and conditions of sale apply. For more information about our privacy policy, you can contact us at the following e-mail address: alessandro.fancelli@inghirami.com or at the address of our administrative offices, via Massimo Inghirami 1/3, 52037 Sansepolcro (AR), Italy.

9.2 If you have not yet done so, please read our Terms of Use, which also contain important information about how we process our users` personal data and the security systems used. The eIDAS Regulation is technologically neutral and defines three types of electronic signature (SES, AES, QES). Under Article 25(1), an electronic signature may not be refused legal effect and admissibility as evidence in judicial proceedings only because it is available in electronic form or because it does not meet the requirements of an QES. Article 25(2) and (3) gives a QES the same legal value as a handwritten signature and ensures that a QES recognised in one EU Member State is also recognised in other Member States. Finally, recital 49 allows national law to define requirements regarding the type of electronic signature that may be needed and under what circumstances. . . .