Archaeology meets design – All-Archeo bv
Woestijnstraat 45, 2880 Bornem, Belgium
Article 1: General terms
The e-commerce website of All-Archeo, a privat company with registered office at Woestijnstraat 45, 2880 Bornem, Belgium, VAT BE 0816.802.356, RPR Mechelen, after this archaeology meets design offers its customers the opportunity to purchase the products from its web store online.
These Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) apply to any order placed by a visitor to this e-commerce website (“Customer”). When placing an order through the webshop of archaeology meets design, the Customer must expressly accept these Conditions, thereby agreeing to the applicability of these Conditions, to the exclusion of all other conditions. Additional terms and conditions of the Customer are excluded, unless they have been expressly accepted in advance, in writing and by archaeology meets design.
Article 2: Price
All prices stated are expressed in EURO, always including VAT and all other duties or taxes required by the Customer.
If delivery, reservation or administrative costs are charged, this will be stated separately. Such additional charges may be due.
The price statement refers exclusively to the articles as described verbatim. The accompanying photos are intended for decorative purposes and may contain elements that are not included in the price.
Article 3: Offer
Despite the fact that the online catalog and the e-commerce website have been compiled with the greatest possible care, it is still possible that the information provided is incomplete, contains material errors, or is not up-to-date. Obvious mistakes or errors in the offer do not bind archaeology meets design. Archaeology meets design is only bound to an obligation of means with regard to the correctness and completeness of the information provided. Archaeology meets design is in no way liable in the event of manifest material errors, typesetting or printing errors.
If the Customer has specific questions about for example, sizes, colour, availability, delivery time or delivery method, we request that the Customer contact our customer service in advance.
The offer is valid while stocks last and can be adjusted or withdrawn at any time by archaeology meets design. Archeology meets design cannot be held liable for the unavailability of a product. If an offer has a limited period of validity or is made subject to conditions, this will be expressly stated in the offer.
Article 4: Online purchases
To purchase a product, add it to your shopping cart. Then fill in your contact and billing details and choose the method of delivery. In the last step you accept our terms and conditions and confirm the payment. If you have completed these steps, the purchase is final.
The Customer has the choice between the following payment methods:
Archeology meets design is entitled to refuse an order due to a serious shortcoming of the Customer with regard to orders in which the Customer is involved.
Article 5: Delivery and execution of the agreement
Archeology meets design will take the greatest possible care when receiving and executing orders for products and when assessing applications for the provision of services.
Items ordered through this webshop are only delivered in the European Union.
Unless otherwise agreed or expressly provided otherwise, the goods will be delivered to the Customer at the address that the Customer has made known to Archeology meets design.
If the order gets damaged or lost before it gets to you, we’ll fix it as soon as possible. Please let us know as soon as possible if the product is damaged upon receipt or if it does not match what was ordered. In that case, send the articles back to archaeology meets design as soon as possible. If our carrier delivers late or does not deliver at all, we cannot do anything about it.
Archeology meets design strives to deliver the ordered goods within the stipulated delivery period. However, all delivery times are indicative. The consumer cannot derive any rights from any stated terms. Exceeding a term does not entitle the consumer to compensation.
Any visible damage and/or qualitative shortcoming of an article or other shortcoming in the delivery must be reported immediately by the Customer to archaeology meets design.
The risk of loss or damage passes to the Customer as soon as he (or a third party designated by him, who is not the carrier) has taken physical possession of the goods. However, the risk already passes to the Customer upon delivery to the carrier, if the carrier has been commissioned by the Customer to transport the goods and this choice was not offered by archaeology meets design.
Article 6: Retention of title
The delivered items remain the exclusive property of archaeology meets design until full payment has been made by the Customer.
The Customer undertakes, if necessary, to point out to third parties the retention of title of archaeology meets design, e.g. to anyone who would seize the items not yet fully paid for.
Our website, logos, texts, photos, names and in general all our communications are protected by intellectual property rights belonging to either us or our suppliers or other entitled parties. This means that elements such as our logo, website, photos, names, texts or color combinations are not copied or reproduced without our prior permission.
Article 7: Right of withdrawal
The provisions of this article only apply to Customers who purchase items online from archaeology meets design in their capacity as consumers.
The Customer has the right to withdraw from the agreement within a period of 30 calendar days without stating reasons.
The withdrawal period expires 30 days after the day on which the Customer or a third party designated by the Customer, who is not the carrier, takes physical possession of the good.
In order to exercise the right of withdrawal, the Customer must inform archaeology meets design – All-Archeo bv, Woestijnstraat 45, 2880 Bornem, Belgium, firstname.lastname@example.org via an unambiguous statement by e-mail of his decision to revoke the agreement. The Customer can use the attached model withdrawal form for this, but is not obliged to do so.
The Customer can also electronically complete and send the model withdrawal form or other clearly formulated statement via our website https://www.archaeologymeetsdesign.com. If the Customer makes use of this option, we will immediately send the Customer a confirmation of receipt of his withdrawal by e-mail.
In order to comply with the withdrawal period, the Customer must send his communication regarding his exercise of the right of withdrawal before the withdrawal period has expired.
The Customer must return or hand over the goods to archaeology meets design without delay, but in any case no later than 14 calendar days after the day on which he communicated his decision to withdraw from the agreement to archaeology meets design. The Customer is on time if he returns the goods before the period of 14 calendar days has expired.
The direct costs of returning the goods will be borne by the Customer.
The Customer is requested to return the items in their original condition and packaging, with all accessories supplied, and instructions for use. If the returned product is in any way diminished in value, archaeology meets design reserves the right to hold the Customer liable and to claim compensation for any loss in value of the goods resulting from the use of the goods by the Customer that goes beyond what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods.
All returned items are carefully examined. The basic principle here is that the consumer may only inspect the article as he would be allowed to do in a store. Returned items may be tried on, but must not have been used. When an article has undergone a decrease in value due to the use of the Customer, this will be charged to the Customer.
If the Customer withdraws from the agreement, archaeology meets design will refund all payments received from the Customer up to that point, including the standard delivery costs, to the Customer within a maximum of 7 days after archaeology meets design has been informed of the Customer’s decision to revoke the agreement. In the case of sales agreements, archaeology meets design can withhold reimbursement until it has received all the goods back, or until the Customer has demonstrated that he has returned the goods, whichever comes first.
Archeology meets design will refund the Customer with the same payment method with which the Customer performed the original transaction, unless the Customer has expressly agreed otherwise. In any case, the Customer will not be charged for such reimbursement.
The Customer cannot exercise the right of withdrawal for:
Article 8: Warranty
Under the law of 21 September 2004 on the protection of consumers in the sale of consumer goods, the consumer has legal rights. This legal guarantee applies from the date of delivery to the first owner. Any commercial warranty does not affect these rights.
To invoke the warranty, the Customer must be able to present proof of purchase. Customers are advised to keep the original packaging of the goods.
For items purchased online and delivered to the Customer’s home, the Customer must contact archaeology meets design customer service and return the item to archaeology meets design at his expense.
In the event of a defect, the Customer must inform archaeology meets design as soon as possible. In any case, any defect must be reported by the Customer within a period of 2 months after its discovery. Afterwards, any right to repair or replacement lapses.
The (commercial and/or legal) warranty never applies to defects that arise as a result of accidents, neglect, falls, use of the article contrary to the purpose for which it was designed, non-compliance with the instructions for use or manual, adjustments or changes to the item, heavy-handed use, poor maintenance, or any other abnormal or incorrect use.
Defects that manifest after a period of 6 months following the date of purchase, or if applicable delivery, are deemed not to be hidden defects, unless the Customer proves otherwise.
Article 9: Customer service
The customer service of archaeology meets design can be reached by email at email@example.com or by post at the following address: Woestijnstraat 45, 2880 Bornem, Belgium. Any complaints can be directed to this.
Article 10: Sanctions for non-payment
Without prejudice to the exercise of other rights that archaeology meets design has at its disposal, in the event of non-payment or late payment from the date of default, by operation of law and without notice, the Client owes an interest of 10% per year on the unpaid amount. In addition, by operation of law and without notice, the Customer owes a fixed compensation of 10% of the amount concerned, with a minimum of 25 euros per invoice.
Without prejudice to the foregoing, archaeology meets design reserves the right to take back the items that have not been paid (in full).
Article 11: Privacy
The controller, archaeology meets design – All-Archeo bv, respects the General Data Protection Regulation and the Belgian Privacy Act of 30 July 2018.
The personal data provided by you will only be used for the following purposes: the execution of the concluded agreement, processing the order, sending newsletters, advertising and/or marketing purposes. The legal grounds are: the execution of the agreement, the consent, the fulfillment of legal and regulatory obligations and/or the legitimate interest of the company.
You have a legal right to access and correct, add or delete your personal data. In a number of cases listed in the GDPR, you may also request that the processing of your personal data be limited. You can also object to the processing of your personal data if you have serious and legitimate reasons for doing so which go beyond our need to process your data. Through a written, dated and signed request to archaeology meets design, Woestijnstraat 45, 2880 Bornem, Belgium, firstname.lastname@example.org, you can request your personal data in digital and legible form and/or have it transferred to other responsible parties free of charge. To the extent that our processing is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw that consent.
In case of the use of data for direct marketing: You can object free of charge to the use of your data for direct marketing and do not have to give a reason.
To exercise your rights, you can contact archaeology meets design, Woestijnstraat 45, 2880 Bornem, Belgium, email@example.com.
We treat your data as confidential information and will not pass it on, rent or sell it to third parties.
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Article 13: Infringement of validity – non-renunciation
If any provision of these Terms is held to be invalid, illegal or void, this shall in no way affect the validity, legality and applicability of the other provisions.
Failure at any time by archaeology meets design to enforce any of the rights listed in these Terms, or to exercise any right hereof, shall never be deemed a waiver of such provision and shall never affect the validity of such rights.
Article 14: Change of conditions
These Terms and Conditions are supplemented by other terms and conditions that are explicitly referred to, and the general terms and conditions of sale of archaeology meets design. In the event of any contradiction, these Terms and Conditions shall prevail.
Article 15: Evidence
The Customer accepts that electronic communications and backups can serve as evidence.
Article 16: Applicable law – Disputes
Belgian law applies, with the exception of the provisions of private international law regarding applicable law.
The courts of the Consumer’s place of residence have jurisdiction in legal disputes. The Consumer can also turn to the ODR platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/).
Dear Customer, you should only complete and return this form if you wish to revoke the contract.
To archaeology meets design, Woestijnstraat 45, 2880 Bornem, Belgium, firstname.lastname@example.org :
I/We (*) hereby give notice to you that I/we (*) revoke our agreement concerning the sale of the following goods/service (*):
Ordered on (*)/Received on (*):
Name(s) consumer(s) :
Address consumer(s) :
(*) Strike out what does not apply.