Business Terms and Conditions

1. General Provisions 

1.1 Definitions

Seller:
PRO PILOT, s.r.o. 
Jungmannova 14
851 01 Bratislava 
Slovak Republic
Company Reg. No.: 46 471 316
VAT No.: SK
28 200 11 205
The company is registered with the Commercial Register of the District Court Bratislava I in Section Sro Insert No: 77996/B
The supplier is payer of VAT.

Telephone:  +421 908 966 968       
Email: info@AviatorShop.eu
Webpage: www.AviatorShop.eu
Account number for cashless payments: 2925872045/1100 Tatrabanka a.s. 
 The Business Terms and Conditions are part of the purchase agreement concluded by and between the Seller and the Buyer. All contractual relations have been concluded in accordance with the law of the Slovak Republic. If the contracting party is a consumer, the relations not regulated herein are governed by Act No. 40/1964 Coll., Civil Code, Act No. 250/2007 Coll., on consumer protection, Act No. 108/2000 Coll., on consumer protection in door-to-door and distance selling, Act No. 22/2004 Coll. on electronic commerce, all as amended. If the contracting party is an entrepreneur, the relations not regulated herein are governed by Act No. 513/1991 Coll. as amended.

Buyer:
natural person or legal entity, who entered into a business relation with the company PRO PILOT, s.r.o. by concluding a purchase agreement, subject of which is the purchase of goods on the web pages of the e-shop of the Seller. 
Goods: offered range of goods or services according to samples placed on the web pages of the e-shop of the Seller
 Consumer Contract: The consumer contract is every agreement regardless of its legal form concluded between the supplier and the consumer.
Seller (Supplier): is a person acting within the scope of its commercial or other business activities when concluding and fulfilling the Consumer Contract.
Buyer – consumer: is a natural person or legal entity buying products or using services for its individual needs or for the needs of the members of its household.
 Buyer – entrepreneur: is a legal entity acting within the scope of its commercial or other business activities and buying products or using services in order to merchandise or resale them.
1.2 Fundamental Provisions
- The contracting parties agree that by submitting the order the Buyer confirms to the Seller that he agrees with the fact that the present Business Terms and Conditions and the conditions and provisions thereof will apply to the purchase agreement concluded on the web pages of the e-shop of the Seller (hereinafter referred to only as "Purchase Agreement") and to all relations between the Seller and the Buyer, arising in particular from the conclusion of the Purchase Agreement and customer complaints. 
- The
Business Terms and Conditions form an integral part of the Purchase Agreement. Should the Seller and the Buyer conclude a written Purchase Agreement and agree therein on conditions different from the present Business Terms and Conditions, the provisions of the Purchase Agreement shall prevail.
- The list of
Goods on any web page of the e-shop operated by the Seller shall be deemed to be the catalogue of Goods supplied in general and the Seller and does not guarantee the immediate availability of all Goods represented. The availability of Goods shall be confirmed/specified to the Buyer on the basis of the Buyer’s written or telephone inquiry.
- The Seller shall be bound to the Buyer by the offered range of Goods presented on the web page of the Seller including the price for 24 hours from sending a notification on the acceptance of the order to the Buyer. 
Information on particular steps leading to the conclusion of the Purchase Agreement result from the present Business Terms and Conditions and the Buyer has always the possibility to check or to correct the order, if applicable, before submission. The Purchase Agreement is concluded in the Slovak language; the agreement may be concluded in another language, which is understandable for both parties, unless prevented by circumstances on the part of the Seller or the Buyer.

2. Order and Conclusion of the Purchase Agreement 

The Buyer orders products and services of the Seller by completing and submitting a form on the web page of the Seller and/or by phone a/or by email.
2.1 Obligatory data on the order
Order from an entrepreneur:
Business name of the entrepreneur
Registered office of the entrepreneur (entered in the Commercial Register or the Professional Register) 
Company registration number, tax number and VAT number, if registered as VAT payer and running business
Name and surname of the person in charge of the order
Identification of the product/s (pursuant to information on the web pages of the e-shop) 
Amount
Telephone number and email of the Buyer 
Selected method of payment and delivery
Delivery address
Order from a natural person – individual: 
Name and surname of the Buyer
Code and name of product/s, identification of the product/s (pursuant to information on the web pages of the e-shop) 
Amount 
Telephone number and email of the Buyer
Selected method of payment and delivery
Delivery address
 
2.2 Conclusion of the Purchase Agreement

The Purchase Agreement becomes valid upon the binding acceptance of the Buyer’s order by the Seller. 
The Seller accepts the order with a binding effect on the basis of a confirmation call or email to the Buyer on the acceptance of the order after the previous receipt of the order by the Seller and checking up on the availability and delivery date of the Goods. 
An automatically generated e-mail on the receipt of the order into the system of the Seller shall not be considered to be the binding acceptance of the order. 
A binding acceptance of the order contains identification of the Buyer, identification of the Seller, unique number of the order, date and time of receipt of the order into the system of the Seller, name, amount and price of Goods ordered, type and price of delivery, total price of the order and information on the delivery date of the Goods ordered. 
The accepted orders are processed by the Seller in the order that they are received. 

 3. Rights and Duties of the Contracting Parties

3.1 Fundamental Rights and Duties of the Seller.

 Seller:
 - shall be obliged
 on the basis of the bindingly accepted order to deliver to the Buyer the Goods in the amount, quality and by the date agreed and to pack or prepare them for transport in order to preserve and protect them. 
  - shall be obliged to hand over to the Buyer all documents in hard or soft copy necessary for the acceptance and use of the Goods and further documents stipulated by valid legal regulations (letter of guarantee, bill of delivery, tax voucher) together with the Goods at the latest
 - shall be entitled to due and timely payment of the purchase price for the delivered Goods by the Buyer. 
 
3.2 Fundamental Rights and Duties of the Buyer 

 Buyer:
 - shall be obliged to take delivery of the purchased or ordered Goods. 
 - shall be obliged to pay to the Seller the purchase price agreed including the cost of delivery of the Goods by the maturity date agreed. 
 - shall be obliged to
confirm the delivery of Goods with his signature or the signature of a person authorized by him on the bill of delivery or the transport document. 
 - shall be entitled to the delivery of Goods in the amount, quality, date and place agreed by the contracting parties in the binding acceptance of the order. 

3.3 Rights and Duties upon Cancellation of the Order and Alteration of the Purchase Agreement

 - The Buyer shall be entitled to cancel the order unilaterally, unless he has been notified of and /or delivered the binding acceptance of the order, i.e. the Purchase Agreement has not become valid yet. The order may be cancelled by phone or in writing (by fax, email or post). The cancellation of the order shall be confirmed by the Seller to the Buyer by phone or in writing (by fax, email or post) 
 - The Buyer shall be entitled to propose to the Seller an alteration or cancellation of the order even if the purchase agreement has become valid upon the acceptance on the part of the Seller, however, only if the subject of the Purchase Agreement has not been invoiced or dispatched by the Seller yet. The alteration of the order may be proposed by phone or in writing (by email or by post). If the Purchase Agreement has become valid already, the acceptance or dismissal of the proposal to alter or cancel the order shall be notified by the Seller to the Buyer in writing (by email or by post) or by phone. 
 - The Buyer shall be entitled to cancel the order unilaterally (even if bindingly accepted by the Seller) in the event of the Seller’s failure to deliver the Goods ordered within 14 days from the date stipulated in the binding acceptance of the order. If the Buyer has already paid a part of the purchase price or the  purchase price in full, the Seller shall refund such amount within 15 calendar days from the cancellation of the order or the Purchase Agreement, as applicable, by cashless transfer to the account of the Buyer stipulated by the Buyer in writing (by email or by post). 
 - The Seller shall be entitled to cancel the order unilaterally, if such order cannot be bindingly accepted due to incorrect data stated in the order, in particular an incorrect email or telephone number of the Buyer. 
 - The Seller shall be entitled to cancel the order unilaterally (even if bindingly accepted) if the Goods ordered are no longer being produced or delivered or the price of the supplier’s goods has changed considerably or due to vis major. Should such situation occur, the Seller shall be obliged to contact the Buyer by phone or in writing (by email or by post) in order to agree upon further course of action. If the Buyer has already paid a part of the purchase price or the
purchase price in full, the Seller shall be obliged to refund such amount within 15 calendar days from the cancellation of the order or the Purchase Agreement, as applicable, by cashless transfer to the account of the Buyer stipulated by the Buyer in writing (by email or by post). 
 - The Seller shall be entitled to cancel the order unilaterally (even if bindingly accepted) if the data stated in the order by the Buyer appear obviously incorrect or false or if it is not possible to notify the Buyer of and/or to send to the Buyer the binding acceptance of the order. 

3.4 Withdrawal of the Buyer from the Purchase Agreement on the Basis of the Provision of Sec. 12 (1) Act No. 108/2000 Coll. on Consumer Protection in Door-to-door and Mail Order selling as Amended (hereinafter referred to only as "Act on Consumer Protection in Mail Order Selling"). 

 - The Buyer shall be entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Agreement within 7 working days from the acceptance of the Goods pursuant to the Terms of Delivery of the present General Business Terms and Conditions without giving a reason pursuant to provision of Sec. 12 (1) Act No. 108/2000 Coll. on consumer protection in door-to-door and mail order selling, as amended (hereinafter referred to only as " Act on Consumer Protection in Mail Order Selling"). 
 - By submitting the order to the Seller the Buyer confirms that the Seller has duly and timely fulfilled his duties to notify pursuant to provision of Sec. 10 of the Act on Consumer Protection in Mail Order Selling
 - The Buyer’s withdrawal from the agreement has to be made in writing (by email or by post). 
 - The withdrawal from the Purchase Agreement has to contain the identification of the Buyer, number and date of the order, exact specification of the Goods, the method, how the Seller has to refund the payment already accepted, in particular the account number and/or the postal address. Simultaneously with the withdrawal from the Purchase Agreement he shall be obliged to deliver to the Seller the Goods together with the accessories including documentation, manual, letter of guarantee, payment document etc. in the original package, this all in person or as an insured shipment. 

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Should the Buyer withdraw from the agreement and deliver to the Seller Goods, which are not used, are placed in the original sealed package and are not damaged or incomplete, the Seller shall refund to the Buyer the purchase price already paid quoted in the binding acceptance of the order or a part thereof within 15 days from the delivery of the withdrawal from the Purchase Agreement and the delivery of the Goods to the Seller by cashless transfer to the account stipulated by the Buyer in writing (by email or by post). 
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Should the Buyer withdraw from the agreement and deliver to the Seller Goods, which are used and damaged or incomplete, the Seller shall refund to the Buyer the purchase price already paid quoted in the binding acceptance of the order or a part thereof reduced pursuant to the provision of Sec. 457 of the Civil Code by the value of the wear and tear in the amount of 1 per cent of the total price of the Goods for each day of using the Goods and by the value of the repair and restoration of the original condition of the Goods within 15 days from the delivery of the withdrawal from the Purchase Agreement and the delivery of the Goods to the Seller by cashless transfer to the account of the Buyer stipulated by the Buyer in writing (by email or by post). 
 - In case of a valid withdrawal from the agreement the Seller shall refund to the Buyer the purchase price including the costs incurred by the Buyer in connection with ordering of the Goods, if the Buyer presents to the Seller together with the Goods documentary evidence about cost incurred by the Buyer in connection with ordering of the Goods. The Buyer bears the costs of returning the Goods, unless the Goods failed to fully comply with the quality requirements and were defective at the same time. Goods fully complying with the quality requirements are deemed to be Goods of the same or similar nature, as stated in the range of Goods offered on the web page of the Seller. 

- Cost incurred by the Buyer in connection with ordering of the Goods are deemed to be the costs of placing the order, in particular the price of the telephone call, in which the Buyer made a proposal to conclude the Purchase Agreement, or the price of the connection to the web page of the Seller, during which the Buyer completed and submitted the goods order form on the web page or wrote and sent an email with the order of Goods lasting 30 minutes. 
 - Should the Buyer fail to fulfil any of the obligations stated in the present paragraph of the General Terms and Conditions, the withdrawal from the Purchase Agreement shall not be valid and effective and the Seller shall not be obliged to refund the purchase price to the Buyer and at the same time he shall be entitled to the reimbursement of costs connected with sending of the Goods back to the Buyer. 

4. Terms of Delivery

 - The Seller shall be obliged to fulfil the bindingly accepted order of the Buyer and deliver the Goods to the Buyer within 14 days from the delivery of Goods to the Seller by the supplier at the latest. In case of the Seller’s failure to deliver within the stated term the Buyer shall be entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Agreement and the Seller shall be obliged to refund the part of the purchase price already paid within 15 calendar days from the delivery of the notice of withdrawal from the Purchase Agreement by cashless transfer to the account of the Buyer stipulated by the Buyer in writing (by email or by post). 
 - The Buyer shall be obliged to take delivery of the Goods in the place stated in the Seller's acceptance of the Buyer’s order, except as otherwise agreed by the contracting parties in writing (by email or by post) or by phone. 
 - Should the Seller deliver the Goods to the Buyer to the place stipulated in the Purchase Agreement by the Buyer, the Buyer shall be obliged to accept the delivery of the Goods in person or to ensure the acceptance of the delivery of Goods stated in the purchase agreement by a person authorized for the event of his absence and to sign the record of delivery of Goods, in particular the bill of delivery or the form of the carrier or the postal company, as applicable, confirming the acceptance of Goods. When accepting the delivery of Goods the third person authorized by the Buyer
shall be obliged to present a valid power of attorney entitling him/her to accept the delivery of Goods stated in the Purchase Agreement. 
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Should the place of delivery of Goods be the premises of the Seller the Buyer shall be obliged to take delivery of Goods within 7 working days, except as otherwise agreed by the contracting parties in writing (by fax, by email or by post) or by phone. Should the Buyer fail to take delivery ofGoods within 7 days from the lapse of the period stated in the Purchase Agreement or the binding acceptance of the order, the Seller shall be entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Agreement and to sell the Goods to a third person. At the same time in such case the Seller shall be entitled to charge to the Buyer storage charges amounting to EUR 25 as compensation for the storage of the ordered Goods (3.50 EUR per each day of storage). An advance payment for the agreed Goods paid by the Buyer shall be offset against the storage charge payable by the Buyer to the Seller. 
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Should the place of delivery of Goods be an address stipulated in the Purchase Agreement, the Buyer shall be obliged to take delivery ofGoods pursuant to the conditions stipulated by the contract carrier and published on the web pages of the e-shop of the Seller. If the delivery of Goods has to be repeated beyond the conditions of the contract carrier due to the absence of the Buyer in the place stipulated in the Purchase Agreement, the Buyer shall cover all costs incurred therewith, in particular the repeated delivery of Goods to the place of delivery stipulated in the Purchase Agreement. 
 - The Buyer
shall be obliged to inspect the shipment, i.e. the Goods as well as the packaging immediately after delivery. Should the Buyer find out that the Goods or the packaging of the Goods is mechanically damaged, he shall be obliged to report such fact to the carrier and to inspect the condition of the Goods in his presence. Should a damage of Goods be detected, the Buyer shall be obliged to produce a report on the extent and character of the damage of the Goods, the correctness thereof shall be confirmed by the carrier. Based on such record delivered to the Seller the Seller may subsequently grant repair of the damaged Goods, discount on the Goods or in case of unrecoverable damages of the Goods to deliver new Goods to the Buyer. 
 - The Goods
shall be deemed to be delivered in the moment of delivery of the Goods to the address stated in the binding acceptance of the order and accepted in the moment of the physical acceptance of the Goods by the Buyer or his authorized representative, if applicable, or upon the refusal to accept the delivery of the Goods, marked by the carrier in the record of delivery of Goods. Assembly of the Goods is not part of delivery. 
 - The Buyer
shall acquire the ownership with respect to the Goods upon the full payment of the total purchase price of the Goods. 
 - The risk of random loss and random deterioration of Goods
shall pass to the Buyer upon the acceptance of delivery of the Goods from the Seller, or should he fail to do so, in the moment the Buyerwas enabled by the Seller to dispose of the Goods and failed to take delivery of the Goods. If the Goods are being delivered by a third party the risk of random loss and random deterioration of the Goods shall passupon the delivery of the Goods to the carrier by the Seller .

5. PAYMENT CONDITIONS 

 - The Buyer shall be obliged to pay to the Seller the purchase price for the Goods agreed within the period pursuant to the Purchase Agreement, however, upon the acceptance of delivery of the Goods at the latest. 
 - The Buyer shall be obliged to pay to the Seller the purchase price
for theGoods agreed in the Purchase Agreement and/or pursuant to the price list valid at the time of the conclusion of the Purchase Agreement including the costs of delivery (hereinafter referred to as "Purchase Price") by cash payment in the stipulated business premises of the Seller, C.O.D in the place of delivery of the Goods, C.O.D by means of a company offering postal services, payment through a company granting consumer credits or by cashless transfer to the account of the Seller stated in the binding acceptance of the order. 
 - Should the Buyer pay the Purchase Price to the Seller by cashless transfer,
dateof payment shall be deemed to be the date of crediting of the total Purchase Price to the account of the Seller. 
 - The prices stated on the web pages of the e-shop of the Seller apply exclusively
for purchase through the e-shop of the Seller. Unless stated in the product description otherwise, advisory activity, transport charges or other charges shall not be part of the price. 
 - The Seller reserves the right to
alter the Purchase Price in the case of alteration of legal regulations,  EUR exchange rate and prices on part of the producers or suppliers of the Goods. 
 - Should the Buyer pay the Purchase Price for the Goods agreed in the Purchase Agreement to the Seller, the Buyer shall be entitled to withdraw from the Purchase Agreement and to claim reimbursement of the Purchase Price only in accordance with valid legal regulations of the Slovak Republic. Prices of particular Goods are quoted with value added tax (VAT) and all other taxes. The Buyer has the possibility to get acquainted with the period, during which the Seller is bound by his offer including the price. 
The final price is quoted in the order form just before placing the order; it is quoted with VAT, all other taxes and charges (charges for packaging, postage etc.), if applicable, which must be paid by the Buyer in order to acquire the Goods.
 

6. Terms of Complaint and Warranty (Warranty Guidelines)


- A customer complaint may be submitted with respect to Goods bought on the web pages of the e-shop of the Seller, which show defects caused by the producer, the supplier or the Seller and which are covered by warranty. 
- The Buyer
shall be obliged to inspect all Goods delivered and check the quality and operational capability of delivered Goods as soon as possible after delivery and the acceptance thereof including the completeness of the delivery. Should he fail to do so, he may assert claims resulting from defects detected during the inspection only when proved that the Goods had such defects already at the time of the acceptance of Goods
- If the Goods show defects the Buyer
shall be entitled to submit a customer complaint on the business premises of the e-shop of the Seller by completing the customer complaint form and delivering it to the Seller. The design of the customer complaint form shall be determined by the Seller and this design /specimen shall be placed on the web pages of the e-shop of the Seller. The Seller is obliged to determine the manner of handling of the customer complaint immediately, in complex cases within 3 working days from the date of submitting the customer complaint at the latest, in justified cases, in particular if a complicated technical evaluation of the conditions of the product or service be necessary within 30 days from the date of submitting the customer complaint at the latest. After determining the manner of handling ofthe customer complaint, the customer complaint shall be handled immediately, in justified cases, thecustomer complaint may be handled at a later date; however, the handling of the customer complaint must not exceed 30 days from the date of submitting of the customer complaint. After the lapse of the period for handling of the customer complaint the consumer is entitled to withdraw from the agreement or to have the product exchanged for a new product.The warranty period does not include the time from the assertion of the right from liability for defects to the end of the complaints procedure (handover of the repaired product, written call to accept the performance or its justified rejection). If the item is exchanged for a new one, a new warranty period starts upon the acceptance of its delivery.Should a customer complaint be submitted within the first 12 months after purchase, the Seller may reject the complaint only on the basis of an expert opinion;regardless of the result of the expert opinion the consumer cannot be required to pay the costs of the expert opinion or other costs related to the expert opinion. In case of a customer complaint submitted after 12 months after purchase, which was rejected by the Seller, the Seller shall be obliged to state in the report on handling of the customer complaint, to whom the consumer may send the product for expert evaluation.Should a product be sent to the designated person for expert evaluation, the cost of the expert opinion well as all other related expenses reasonably incurred shall be borne by the Seller regardless of the outcome of the expertise. Should the consumer prove through expert opinion the liability of the Seller for the defect, he may submit the customer complaint again.The warranty period shall be suspended during the compilation of the expert opinion. The Seller shall be obliged to deliver the receipt of customer complaint to the consumer immediately, should it not be possible to deliver the receipt immediately, it shall be delivered without undue delay, however, together with the report about the settlement of the complaint at the latest, if the consumer has the possibility to prove the submission of the customer complaint in a different manner, it is not necessary to deliver the receipt of customer complaint.
- The complaints procedure with respect to the goods starts on the day, when the following conditions have been fulfilled by the Buyer: 
delivery of the customer complaint form to the Seller in person, by mail or by
email. 
delivery of rejected Goods including its accessories, access passwords and codes. The rejected Goods have to be delivered to the business premises of the Seller at one's own expense, unless the Seller stipulates otherwise (
e.g. to deliver Goodsdirectlyto the service centre) in person or by mail. 
 - On the date of the commencement of the complaints procedure the Seller shall
issue to theBuyer a receipt of the customer complaint in an appropriate form specified by the Seller stating the defects in the Goods and the date of the commencement of the complaints procedure. On the basis thereof the Buyer will be able to collect the rejected Goods again.
  - The Buyer shall not be entitled to
submit a warranty claim with respect to defects, to which the Seller has drawn his attention at the time of concluding of the agreement, or about which he had to know in the light of the circumstances under which the Purchase Agreement was concluded.

 - The Seller reserves the right to replace the defective Goods with other similar Goods with comparable technical data. 
 - The Buyer’s right to
submit a warranty claim with the Seller ceases to exist by: 
failure to
present the payment document, delivery note or warranty card, accessories or documentation of the Goods
-  failure to notify of apparent defects upon the acceptance of delivery of the Goods. 
- lapse of the warranty period of the Goods. 
- mechanical damage of the Goods caused by the Buyer. 
-
use of the Goods in conditions, which in terms of moisture, chemical and mechanical factors differ from the natural environment.
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improper handling, operation, or failure to take care of the Goods.
- damaging of the Goods through excess load or use contrary to the conditions set out in the documentation, general principles, technical standards or safety regulations applicable in the Slovak Republic.
- damage to the Goods through unavoidable and / or unpredictable events.
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unauthorized use, damage in transport, damage caused by water, fire, static or atmospheric electricity or other Acts of God.
-interference with Goods by an unauthorized person.

 - The Seller shall handle the customer complaint within 30 days from the commencement of the customer complaint procedure; he shall issue a written notification thereofto the Buyer
- In case of a repairable defect, the customer complaint will be handled as follows: 
 The Seller shall provide for the repair of the defect, or
the
Seller shall exchange the defective Goods (determination of the manner of handling of the complaint depends
from the decision of the Seller and the Buyer cannot seek determination of the manner of handling of his complaint). 
 - In case of an unrepairable defect or one repeated repairable defect, or a higher number of different repairable defects, which hinder the proper use of the Goods as if without defect,
the Seller shall handle the customer complaint: 
by
exchange of
the Goods for the same Goods or Goods with better technical data or
 if the Seller cannot exchange the Goods, he shall handle the customer complaint by issuing a credit note for the defective Goods. 
 - Handling of the complaint
shall apply only to defects stated in the customer complaint form.
 - For the purposes of customer complaints a several times repeated repairable defect shall be deemed to be the occurrence of one repairable defect more than twice. 
 - For the purposes of submitting a customer complaint a higher number of different repairable defects
shall be deemed to be the occurrence of three and more different repairable defects at the same time. 
 - The warranty period for the Goods
shall be 24 months except as otherwise provided for specific cases in the letter of guarantee. 
 - The warranty period starts on the date of the acceptance of
the delivery of Goods by the Buyer. 
 - The present Warranty Guidelines apply to all cases, except for cases for which other Terms of Complaint and Warranty have been agreed in the Purchase Agreement. 
 
 
7. Final Provisions

- The Seller reserves the right to alter the present General Terms and Conditions at any time without previous notification, if required by the change of business policy or valid legislation. The obligation to notify on alterations of the present General Terms and Conditions in writing shall be deemed to be fulfilled by placing such information on the web page of the e-shop of the Seller. 
- Up to the time when the ownership pass
es from the Seller, being in possession of the products and services, to the Buyer, the Buyer shall have all obligations of the depositary of the thing and shall be obliged to keep the products and services safe and to label them in order to be identifiable as the goods of the Seller under any circumstances at his own expense.
- Relations not regulated by the present General Terms and Conditions are governed by the respective regulations.
- The present General Terms and Conditions take effect as regards the Buyer upon the conclusion of the Purchase Agreement; by submitting the order the Buyer confirms to have read the present General Terms and Conditions and to agree with them to the full extent. 

-       By concluding the Purchase Agreement the Buyer gives his consent to the processing of personal data pursuant to the schedule „Personal Data Protection“. Customer information is processed in accordance with Act No. 428/2002 Coll. on personal data protection as amended. By concluding the agreement the Buyer agrees with the processing and collecting of personal data in the database of the operator up to the moment of his written expression of disagreement with such processing delivered to the registered office of the Seller or the email info@AviatorShop.eu. The operator does not disclose personal data of the Buyers to any third parties, with the exception of external carriers, to which personal data are disclosed for the purpose of fulfilling the order, i.e. the delivery of Goods to the Buyer.

The concluded agreement shall be archived by he Seller and be available to the Buyer upon request.

The Buyer agrees that the operator may send to his email information about current offers, presentations, competitions etc. related to the offer of the e-shop www.AVIATORSHOP.EU. The Buyer shall beat anytime entitled to withdraw the consent pursuant to the previous sentence by email at info@AviatorShop.eu

Supervisory Body

The compliance with the seller's duties towards the consumer is subject to supervision by the Slovak Trade Inspection, in particular the Inspectorate of the Slovak Trade Inspection having its registered office in Bratislava for the region of Bratislava, Prievozská 32, P.O. Box 5, 820 07 Bratislava 27, Section for technical control of products and consumer protection, telephone number: 02/ 58272 172-3; 02/58272 104, fax number: 02/ 58272 170, email: lubica.petiova@soi.sk, anna.dubekova@soi.sk.

The present Business Terms and Conditions apply in the wording quoted on the web pages www.AviatorShop.eu on the day of the submission of the order by the Buyer, who accepts them without reservation.

The provider reserved the right to alter or amend the Business Terms and Conditions.

The present Business Terms and Conditions take effect on July 01, 2012

 

 PRO PILOT, s.r.o.


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