General Contract Terms and Conditions

 

I. Introductory and Explanatory Provisions

1./ a) The General Contract Terms and Conditions are contractual conditions not discussed individually by any of the parties in advance, predetermined unilaterally without the other party’s assistance, which contain the general contractual terms and conditions for the use of the website (hereinafter referred to as website) called http://www.kezilabdaszeretlek.huoperated and maintained by HBMP Sports Service Provider and Trade Limited Company as service provider, for the use of services provided by the website, and therefore for the sale of the products appearing there (hereinafter referred to as webshop).

b) The customer is entitled to use the services provided by the webshop after understanding and accepting the provisions of this General Contract Terms and Conditions (hereinafter referred to as GTC). If the customer is aware of the content of GTC and agrees with all of its points, then by registering on the website the customer agrees with its provisions and considers as binding for him/herself.

c) The service provider draws the customer’s attention to that this GTC shall not be filed individually, it will be concluded only in electronic form, and thus it does not constitute a written contract and it does not refer to a code of conduct. The GTC can be downloaded in … format from the following direct path:

d) The Service Provider declares, and the Customer explicitly accepts that if the legislation or the GTC does not require paper written communication between the Service Provider and the Customer, in that case parties mutually accept the e-mail message as being written in itself. The Parties stipulate the above having regard to that they explicitly acknowledge that the base of the legal relationship established between them is the online collaboration (ordering products with online contracting), thus the primary basis of communication conducted between them is correspondence via e-mail.

2./ The parties affirm that during the application of this General Terms and Conditions:

a) service provider:The HBMP Sports Service Provider and Trade Limited Liability Company (registered office: 1087 Budapest, Könyves Kálmán körút 76.; company registration number: 01-09-992177; registering court: Court of Registration of Metropolitan Court; tax number: 24137081-2-42.; e-mail: kezishop@hbmp.hu; phone: +36/1-435-4260, where the service provider is available on weekdays between 10AM and 6PM), which ensures the operation of the webshop, the, in this context, the legal provision of high-quality and reliable services corresponding to customer interests.

b) customer: natural person with legal capacity, legal person or unincorporated business association, or social organization electronically contracting the service provider on the online webshop interface.

c) order: the contract concluded electronically between the service provider and the customer for the relevant parameters of all products ordered by the customer from the webshop interface operated by the service provider, for the conditions of sale of the product, for the price (or: fee) of the product, and for the delivery of it by the service provider.

d) service or services: sale for the specified fee and actual delivery of the products specified by the service provider on the webshop interface.

3./Service provider’s data and contact details: HBMP Sports Service Provider and Trade Limited Liability Company (registered office: 1087 Budapest, Könyves Kálmán körút 76.; company registration number: 01-09-992177; tax number: 24836333-2-43; statistical number: 24137081-9319-113-01; registering authority: Metropolitan Court; data protection registration number: 6353/2015; e-mail: kezishop@hbmp.hu ; phone: +36/1-435-4260)

4./ The products appearing in the webshop can be purchased online and also in person at the service provider’s brand shop under 1087 Budapest, Könyves Kálmán körút 76.

II. General Usage Provision;Personal, Material, Temporal Scope

1./ a) The provisions of GTC should be interpreted in line with provision of Act V of 2013 on the Civil Code, Act CXII of 2011 on the Right of Informational Self-Determination and on Freedom of Information, and Act CVIII of 2001 on Electronic Commerce and on Information Society Services. The provisions of the applicable law shall prevail to the parties without any specific stipulation.

b) The scope of GTC covers the customer and the service provider, and their representatives, legal successors, and third parties (E.g. manufacturer) affected having regard to the legal relationship between them based on the legal provisions.

c) The provision of GTC shall be applied to all orders placed on the webshop interface with that in respect of the issues not regulated in the orders, those contained in GTC shall prevail. By placing an order and thus establishing a legal relationship with the service provider, the customer accepts the relevant provisions of GTC, thereby considers them as binding for him/herself and for the legal transaction. The provisions of GTC shall be applied in respect of the rights and obligation of the customer and the service provider in connection with the order.

d) Present GTC is made for an indefinite period of time, enters into force after publication with that it will remain in its scope until amendment or withdrawal.

2./ The service provider maintains the right of unilateral modification of GTC, having regard to that the service provider is entitled to change its provisions by ignoring justification. The service provider shall inform the customers about the modification and the GTC published in unified structure with the amendments at least 8 days earlier prior to the entry into force.

III. Products and Services; The Order as Legal Statement

1./ a) The Service Provider publishes its products and range of products offered for sale in a clear and accessible way for the customers by indicating in details the name and description of the product, and displaying a photo of the product where appropriate in the webshop. The images displayed on the data sheet of the product may differ from reality, in some cases they only appear as illustration.

b) The service provider displays the actual product range classified into categories in such a way that each product has a separate product data sheet where all information about the product and the relevant information associated with the product related to order can be found.

c) The customer can access the service provider’s range of products at any time and can order them with the conditions set out in GTC. The products displayed in the webshop can be purchased by order within the framework of online contract, and at the brand shop in person.

2./ a) The prices of the products are published on the website from time to time, with that the service provider has the right to unilaterally modify them at any time. The modification of the prices does not result the unilateral amendment of the provisions of GTC.

b) The customer is obliged to pay the full price of the product after ordering. The prices of the products indicated in the webshop include / do not include the value-added tax in accordance with the prevailing legislation. The prices do not include the delivery fee in themselves. The service provider is obliged to publish the information on delivery costs in an accessible way to the customer on its website, where the indicated prices are valid until cancellation and modification.

3./ If a sale price is introduced, the service provider shall fully inform the customers about the duration of the sale period.

4./ a) By placing an order, the customer and the service provider conclude an electronically created contract, based on which the customer is obliged to pay the amount of order price and take over the product, while the service provider undertakes to ensure the delivery of the ordered product to the customer until deadline.

b) The order will not be filed, it does not constitute a written contract, it is only concluded in an electronic way, it cannot be retrieved in the future. The e-mail message about the order is filed by the service provider (electronically achieved), who makes it available at the request of the contracting customer within 15 working days of its confirmed sending.

5./ If the legislation or the GTC does not require paper written communication between the Service Provider and the Customer, in that case parties mutually accept the e-mail message as being written in itself. The service provider and the customer explicitly acknowledge that the base of the legal relationship established between them is the online collaboration (ordering products with online contracting), thus the primary basis of communication conducted between them is done via e-mail.

IV. The Order and Purchase Conditions

1./ a) The customer can learn the product range in the webshop system, however the condition is placing an order is the registration in the webshop system. During registration, the customer is required to provide the following information: e-mail address, password, name, phone number, address; user name, password, delivery address, billing address.

b) It is the customer’s obligation to provide an e-mail address where he/she is available on a permanent basis to ensure the continuous flow of information and the placing a valid order. It is the responsibility of the customer to set up and maintain the e-mail inbox in such a way that he/she will constantly receive the e-mails of the service provider (E.g. the e-mail from the service provider arriving into the spam folder is considered as received).

c) The customer is responsible for the validity of the information given. If the order fails because of errors in the data given by the customer, then the responsibility of the service provider is excluded, however the customer must pay compensation for the damages done to the service provider due to failing the order wanted to be fulfilled by the service provider.

2./ The customer can place a valid order after signing in to the system after registration. The customer is entitled to sign in by giving his/her e-mail address and password.

3./ a) The condition of placing a valid order is the product’s “adding to the shopping cart”. The product’s adding to the shopping cart can be done directly by clicking on the ADD TO CART icon on the individual data sheet of the product. If the customer finished browsing the product range, then he/she would be able to do the purchase after viewing the content of the cart.

b) In the content of the cart the customer is entitled to review the chosen products, to get to know the counter value sum to be paid, thus to correct the eventual “wrong clicking”. The customer is entitled to delete the products from the cart, thus to cancel the order, or to change the quantity of the product.

c) The payment for the order can be done in two ways. The customer can pay the counter value of the product by bank transfer, by entering credit card data, or in cash during personal collecting. The customer is entitled to decide freely on the selection of payment during placing an order, however the precondition of the order’s completion is selecting a payment method by the customer. The customer can send the completion of the order by “clicking” READY: PLACING ORDER field.

d) The customer has the right to cancel the order in the form of e-mail sent to the service provider before processing the order (within 24 hours after placing the order). In the notice of cancellation, the customer is obliged to indicate the generated identification code of the order.

e) In addition to this, the customer is entitled to back out of the purchase as defined in Section IX of GTC.

f) The customer is not entitled to modify the order after placing it, thus he/she is bound to the ordered product according to the content contained in the order. (validity of offer)

g) The customer shall accept responsibility for all demands, claims and fines intended to be enforced against the service provider by third parties in connection with the order.

2./ The service provider webshop is obliged to confirm the order immediately after its arrival, but at least within 24 hours. If this confirmation is not received by the recipient within the period of time expected from the sending of the recipient’s order and depending on the nature of service, but no later than 48 hours, then the recipient is exempt from the obligation of validity of offer or contract. The order and its confirmation can only be considered received by the service provider and the recipient, when they become available for them.

3./ The service provider processes the orders on every working day from 10AM to 6PM. If the customer sends his/her order after the time fixed for processing, then the service provider confirms that order on the next working day.

4./ a) The service provider fulfils the order within a maximum of 3 working days. The fulfilment time is up to three working days if

- the customer places order until 1PM on the previous working day and

- all product in the order can be found in stock at the supplier.

b) If necessary the service provider liaises with the customer by phone or e-mail about the conditions of the order’s fulfilment, thus in connection with the delivery of products or the shortage of stock. In case of stock shortage, the service provider is obliged to inform the customer in any cases by phone or e-mail about the estimated time of the order’s completion. The customer explicitly agrees that after placing the order, the service provider informs him/her about that the products can be found in stock or not.

c) If the ordered product is not in stock at the disposal of the service provider, then the service provider shall notify the customer about this via e-mail. The notification should include without doubt that having regard to the inventory shortage in what time can the service provider take the order, with attention to the acquisition time from its suppliers. The customer has the right the cancel the order if the completion date specified having regard to the shortage by the service provider in the notification is not appropriate for him/her. If, however, the customer accepts the new delivery date specified in the notification, in that case the service provider confirms the order as previously detailed. If the customer does not want to order the product out of stock, in respect of the out of stock products of the order, he/she may cancel the order immediately by e-mail. That part of the order which affect the product in stock remains in force unchanged.

d) The orders are made in Hungarian, this GTC was prepared in Hungarian.

V. The Order’s Handover and Takeover, Delivery

1./ a) The service provider fulfils the order until deadline as specified in Section IV.4. of GTC. The supplier fulfils the orders by using MPL Courier Service (hereinafter referred to as supplier). The customer accepts the delivery with mail-order service by placing the order.

The service provider is obliged to ensure the organization of delivery with that the customer is obliged to pay its counter value as far as the predetermined fees on the website.

b) The service provider is not liable for delays in delivery by MPL Courier Service.

c) If the customer ordered the product with personal takeover, then he/she is entitled and obliged to take over that at the premises of the service provider within 3 working days after confirmation of the order by the service provider, where he/she is obliged to pay the purchase price. If the customer fails to collect the ordered product within 3 working days, the service provider is entitled to cancel the order, and thus to delete the customer’s order from the system.

2./ In case of order pre-paid with bank transfer, the supplier delivers the ordered product(s) to the customer by delivering it to the shipping address specified by the customer in the order. (hereinafter referred to as handover-takeover) The service provider continuously publishes the prices of the products as well as the costs related to delivery on its website, does not take the responsibility for the authenticity of the published data.

3./ During collecting in person, the customer is entitled to pay the purchase price of the product in the order and to take over the product at the service provider’s business premises. The service provider can refuse the handover-takeover as long as the customer has not paid the full purchase price.

4./ During completion, thus delivering by courier and also collecting in person, the customer is obliged to immediately check the package visually. If the customer discovers any damage on the product or its packaging, he/she is obliged to ask the supplier to prepare minutes, or to immediately notify the seller about this. If the customer fails to meet the obligation in this respect, then the service provider is not entitled to accept objections or complaints raised due the damage of the product or its packaging after delivery.

IX. Right of Cancellation

1./ a) The customer is entitled to unilaterally back out of the order through a clear written statement for the cancellation intention without giving a reason within 14 working days of the product’s handover and takeover. The customer can exercise his/her right of cancellation by using the statement sample that can be found in Annex 2 of Government Decree 45/2014 (26 February) on the detailed rules for contract between customers and businesses, which can be found in Annex 1 of GTC. The customer can exercise his/her right of cancellation by sending an e-mail to the service provider. The service provider is obliged to immediately confirm the e-mail about the customer’s cancellation. In case of written cancellation, it shall be considered as validated by the deadline if the customer sends his/her statement before the deadline.

b) If the customer backs out of the order based on Section 1. a) of GTC, in that case he/she is obliged to immediately return the product to the service provider, but at least within fourteen days from the date of notification of cancellation, or to hand over the product in person to the person authorized for the acceptance of the product by the service provider.

c) The customer is obliged to bear the direct cost of returning the product. The customer accepts responsibility for the depreciation resulting from the use exceeding the use necessary for determining the product’s nature, characteristics and functioning.

2./ a) The customer can exercise his/her right of cancellation from the date of taking over the product. The customer should return the product in its original, undamaged condition together with the receipt handed over during the handover-takeover (or if invoice was required in the order, then together with the invoice) to the address of the service provider. HBMP Ltd. is obliged to refund the full purchase price only in case of returning the product in the original, undamaged, new condition with compete content and packaging. The exercising of the right of cancellation does not mean any additional cost to the customer, but he/she is obliged to ensure the return of the product.

b) Due to the exercise of the right of cancellation the customer shall bear the costs associated with the return of the products with that the customer cannot be obliged to pay the costs arising from the returning of the product – except for Section IX.1.c) of GTC.

3./ a) If the customer returns the product to the service provider in the condition and until the deadline set out is Section IX.2.a) of GTC, or does not justify without doubt that he/she ensured the return of the product, then HBMP Ltd. immediately refunds the full amount paid as counter value by the customer, but at the latest within fourteen days from the date or receipt of the returned product. As long as the customer does not meet his/her obligation to return set out in this section, the service provider is entitled to retain the value of consideration.

b) In case of customer cancellation or termination, the service provider refunds the amount recoverable to the customer in the same payment method used by the customer. Based on the customer’s express consent, the company can also apply other payment methods for refund, but no additional fees will be charged for the customer therefore.

4./ The previously detailed rules of exercising the right of cancellation does not exclude the customer from exercising his/her right of cancellation in the period between the day of conclusion of the contract and the day of taking over the product.

5./ The customer may not exercise the right of cancellation if

- in respect of a product or service, the price or fee of which depends on the possible fluctuation of the money market that cannot be controlled by the company;

- in respect of such a sealed packaged product which cannot be returned after opening after delivery due to health protection and hygiene reasons;

- in respect of such custom products ordered by the customer, which was prepared personalized by the service provider. (E.g.labelled jerseys)

X. Warranty, guarantee

1./ a) The service provider assumes warranty for its products and two years of guarantee. The customer is obliged to notify the service provider about the fault of the product by e-mail, in person or in writing, after discovering the fault, without delay. The customer is entitled to the validation of guarantee and warranty claims within two years after the product’s handover-takeover, if it can be proved that the product’s fault occurred from existing production omission at receipt.

b) If the service provider finds the warranty claim submitted by the customer well founded, that it shall ensure immediately, but within 15 days at the latest, the reparation, replacing of the product – according to the customer’s choice, the nature of error and those contained in the next section -, or the proportional reduction of compensation of the product.

c) If the faulty product can be repaired within the warranty period, then the professional service of the service provider repairs it as far as possible. If the product has any defect that cannot be repaired, then the customer is entitled to substitution. The customer acknowledges that the service provider cannot determine in advance the reparation time of the product, having regard to this the customer is not entitled to claim for compensation against the service provider. The warranty will be extended with the time of repairing, which extension the service provider is obliged to indicate on the warranty card.

2./ The customer can validate the guarantee and warranty claims only by presenting the documents handed over at the product’s handover-takeover (invoice, receipt), or with the identification number received at the order.

3./ The customer’s complaint lodged in connection with the guarantee and warranty claims during the existence of the warranty period is handled by the staff of HBMP Ltd., meaning that in the first six month of the warranty claim they obtain the external expert opinion that may become necessary. If the customer announces his/her warranty claim more than six month after the handover-takeover, but within two years, then he/she is entitled and obliged at the same time to turn directly to the consumer protection authority in order to obtain the external expert opinion made about the product. In case of accepting the warranty claim, we ensure repair, replace, refund – if possible within 15 days – with attention to the expected function by the customer.

XI. Rules on Complaint Management and Dispute Resolution

1./ The customer can file a complaint arising in connection with the order by e-mail, by post, or in person at the service provider’s business premises located at 1087 Budapest, Könyves Kálmán körút 76.

2./ The customer is obliged to factually indicate the cause of the complaint and the related claims.

3./ The service provider is obliged to confirm the customer’s complaint in the form it arrived. The service provider is obliged to immediately investigate the complaint. It is obliged to inform the customer about the outcome of the investigation in a credible manner. If the complaint is well founded, then it is obliged to fulfil the customer’s claims and to terminate the unlawful state.

4./ If the service provider finds the customer’s complaint unfounded, then it shall notify him/her immediately. If the customer maintains those contained in his/her complaint regardless of the position of the service provider, then the parties are obliged to settle the dispute formed between them by peaceful means at first.

5./ If the peaceful settlement of disputes between the parties fails, then the customer may assert his/her right before the court.

V. Data Protection

1./For the managementof the customer’s personal information those contained in this GTC and the service provider’s Privacy Policy shall be applied.

2./ The service provider may manage the customer’s personal information for the purposes of full completion of order placed on the website exclusively in connection with the provision of services, in order to the provision of services, exercising of rights and the realization of commitments. The service provider manages the personal information only to the extent and timing necessary to the realization of the service.

3./ By registering on the website, and also by placing an order, the customer automatically and necessarily agrees to the management of personal information by the service provider. In this regard, in case of customer qualified as natural person, the service provider is data manager. The service provider has announced the management of personal information to the data protection register kept by the National Media and Communications Authority.

4./ During data management the service provider is entitled to manage, in addition to the information included in the order and relating to its subject, the customer’s name (company name), e-mail address, phone number, and postal address (registered office’ address and/or sites, branch office). The service provider manages the data listed above in order to fulfil orders, because without their use the supplier is not able to reach the customer, the contact with the customer fails.

5./ The service provider is entitled to use the customer’s bank account details solely for the payment of the compensation for the product and its purpose, in this respect, it (obliged) handles the customer’s bank account details confidentially.

6./ The service provider is entitled to use only for statistical purposes the data on the computer’s IP address recorded during the registration and the visit to the website of the customer, the starting date of visit, and the type of the browser and the operating system. The service provider may not deliver these data to third person, except it is required by law or other authority regulations.

7./ By registering on the website the customer gives his/her consent to that the service provider may send him/her actualities, promotions, useful information, – for marketing purposes - newsletter containing its own or the contracting parties’ offers, or electronic message explicitly containing advertisements. The client’s agreeing to this undoubtedly covers the management of personal information in connection with the newsletter by the service provider. The customer has the right to unsubscribe from the newsletter.

8./ During data management, the service provider undertakes that it ensures at its own risk and expenses the safety and protection of the personal information of natural person customer, or in case of legal person or unincorporated customers, the information falling into the scope of their business secrets.

9./ Having regard to those recorded previously, the service provider is obliged to ensure the safety of all data, business secrets and facts managed by it, the taking of technical and organizational measures within data management security, and the establishment of internal rules in connection with this, thus the establishment of privacy policy.

10./ If personal information, or any other data falling within the scope of trade secrets comes into the attention of an unauthorized third party for reasons outside of the service provider, attributable to the customer, in that case the service provider shall not be liable.

11./ The service provider is obliged to give notice to the natural person customer following his/her request immediately, but not later than 30 days after the request, about the personal information and its sources affecting the customer the service provider manages, the data management’s purpose, legal basis, duration, the data manager’s name, address, and its activities related to data management, and – in case of forwarding personal information – the data forwarding’s legal basis and recipient.

12./ The customer is entitled to modify his/her information given at registration and during the order at any time, and to correct, lock or delete his/her registration and its information.

13./ The service provide is not obliged to examine the authenticity and reality of customer information. The customer is responsible for the authenticity of their content.

14./ If the service provider notices the incorrectness or inaccuracy of customer information during its operation, then it is entitled to call upon the customer to enter the authentic data. However, if the content of the false data is verified in a credible manner to the service provider, in that case the service provider is entitled to unilaterally correct or clarify them.

15./ The service provider is entitled (and in case of personal information it is obliged to) delete those information, the managementof which is unlawful. It is also obliged to delete the information, if it is required by the customer or the concerned; the data is incomplete or incorrect – and this situation cannot be resolved legally - , provided that the deletion is not prohibited by law; the purpose of data managementis terminated, or the deadline for storing data specified by the law has expired; or if the deletion of data has been ordered by the court or the National Media and Communications Authority defined in Act CXII of 2011 on the Right of Informational Self-Determination and on Freedom of Information.

16./ The service provider is obliged to inform the concerned customer qualified as natural person in all cases about the information’s correcting, locking, marking and deletion. The service provider’s information obligation to this also extends to all those for who the information has been forwarded for data management, except if this does not violate the interest of the customer qualified as natural person.

17./ The customer may submit an objection in connection with data management at the service provider. Following the receipt of the customer’s objection, the service provider is obliged to immediately investigate the factual allegations contained in the objection, and eliminate any possible violations.

18./ If the use of personal information or its possible forwarding is necessary for the purpose of direct marketing, survey, or scientific research, or the managementand forwarding of personal information is only necessary to the fulfilment of the legal obligation for the service provider or to the enforcement of legitimate interest of the service provider, the data importer or a third party (except for compulsory data management), and also if it is done in other cases provided by the law, the customer may protest in relation to data managementtowards the service provider.

19./ The service provider is obliged to investigate the protest, decide on its grounding, and inform the customer in writing about the decision, as soon as possible after the submission of the relevant request, but not later than 15 days. If the customer does not agree with the decision, or the service provider fails this deadline, the customer qualified as natural person may go to court within 30 days from the notification of the decision or from the last day of the deadline open for making decision.

20./ The Customer, in case of the violating his/her rights as described in the previous section, may go to court against the service provider and – in case of a possible data transfer - against the data importer.

21./ The obligations of the service provider among the relevant provisions of this GTC for data managementdo not cover the possible data managementof other advertisers other than the service provider.

22./ The service provider is obliged to ensure the delivery of the product ordered by the customer. The provider fulfils the shipment of the products based on the contract concluded with the mail-order service. In order to fulfil the services, by registration and placing an order the customer agrees to the forwarding of the customer’s personal information by the service provider to MPL Courier Service as mail-order service, as being in contractual relationship with the service providers.

VII. Breach of Contract and Its Consequences

1./ a) The failure of the contractual fulfilment of any obligations of the parties means the violation of the provisions of GTC. Those who breach the contract or the order, and thus cause damage to the other party, are obliged to reimburse it.

b) Those exempts from liability, if it is proven that the breach of the contract was caused by a circumstance outside of its field of operation, unforeseen at the time of contract conclusion (vis major), and the avoiding of the circumstance or the eliminating of the damage could not be expected. During the interpretation of this GTC – among other things – the malfunctions resulting from the fault of the telecommunication network is considered to be vis major.

2./ The service provider is entitled to terminate the contract with the customer with immediate effect, if the customer does not or not fully fulfil his/her obligations upon delivery by the supplier or during personal collecting, or the customer refuses the product’s takeover. In case of immediate termination of the service provider, the customer is obliged to pay compensation for all damage caused by the breach of the contract to the service provider.

3./ If the service provider is unable to fulfil the order because during delivery the supplier was not able to contact the customer, it is impossible to contact the customer on the provided contact details, in that case the customer is obliged to bear the costs of unsuccessful delivery. The service provider has the right – acting in its sole discretion -, to decide in such a way that it attempts the fulfilment again, or cancels the order by e-mail with immediate effect. If the delivery is unsuccessful for the second time, then the customer is obliged to bear the additional costs of repeated delivery with that the service provider is entitled to exercise its right to terminate with immediate effect due to the failed delivery. The additional costs associated with delivery in each case include the return shipping fee as well.

4./ In case of serious breach of the provisions of GTC by the service provider, the customer is entitled to unilaterally terminate his/her order with immediate effect by e-mail or by post with acknowledgement of receipt.

The service provider seriously breaches the provisions of GTC if its delivery obligation is not met in spite of the customer’s order, if it fails to notice about supply shortage, or if it breaches the barrier communicating obligation in connection with delivery.

VIII. Copyright

1./ Under the provisions of Act LXXVI of 1999 on Copyright, all content on the http://www.kezilabdaszeretlek.huwebsiteoperated by the service provider is copyrighted. In this respect, the copyright protection undoubtedly covers the images, information, program works published on the website, the source codes, the graphic design and graphic elements of the website, the name of all products and services indicated in the product range of the website, the images, graphics and brand types associated with it, and the description of other elements.The data and information indicated on the website are solely for the purpose of sales and purchases, they cannot be used for anything else, cannot be replicated and cannot be copied.

2./ In the scope of copyright protection, all other uses other than buying purpose is prohibited, except when the service provider gives its written consent to that in advance.The copyright protection also covers the databases connected to the website and operated within the framework of it, in which respect the recording of database is prohibited, just as their use for advertising purposes, as well as their forwarding to third parties partly or in revised form as well.

3./ It is specifically prohibited to download, store or use any portion or all of the product database in automatized or other ways.

4./ The service provider shall exclude its liability in respect of the constant accuracy and reliability of the website content. The service provider shall exclude its liability in respect of the banners, links and contents of further advertisers appearing on the website. In this case the advertiser shall be fully liable for damages in connection with the uploaded, created or otherwise published content.

XI. Miscellaneous and Final Provisions

1./ The service provider is entitled to make use of a contributor in order to fully fulfil the orders. It is liable for the behaviour of the contributor as if it would have acted, thereby it takes full responsibility for the unlawful behaviour of all contributors.

2./ The customer is entitled to assign it obligations from the order and this GTC standing against the service provider to a third party based solely on the prior authorization of the service provider.

3./ If as a result of changes in legislation any provision of GTC becomes invalid, this shall not affect part of GTC not affected by invalidity. The void and superseded provisions shall be replaced by the statutory provisions.

4./ If the service provider fails to exercise its right based on GTC or the order, or its legitimate interest, it cannot be considered as waiver of the right. Any waiver of right is valid only in case of an express written consent for this. The fact that the service provider one or more times does not strictly apply any essential condition of GTC, or occasional stipulation, it does not result in waiver of right, so at its own discretion it can demand the prescribed matching compliance with later given condition or stipulation.

5./ The customer and the service provider are obliged to settle their disputes primarily out of the court by peaceful means. After unsuccessfully settling the dispute, the parties are entitled to enforce their claims in an official way.

6./ In the issues not or not fully regulated in this GTC, the Hungarian law, particularly the provisions of Act V of 2013 on Civil Code, Government Decree 45/2014 (26 February) on the detailed rules for contracts between consumers and businesses, Act CVIII of 2001 on Electronic Commerce and on Information Society Services, Act CLV of 1997 on Consumer Protection shall prevail.