This purchase is governed by the following standard terms and conditions of sale for consumer purchases of goods over the Internet. By consumer purchases is meant here the sale of goods to consumers who do not mainly shop as part of business activities, and when the seller acts in business activities with sales of goods over the internet. The contract has been prepared and recommended for use by the Consumer Ombudsman.
Consumer purchases over the Internet are mainly regulated by the Contracts Act, the Consumer Purchases Act, the Marketing Act, the Right of Withdrawal Act and the E-Commerce Act, and these laws give consumers inalienable rights. The terms of the contract are not to be construed as limiting the statutory rights, but set out the parties' most important rights and obligations for trade. The seller may choose to offer the buyer better terms than those set out in these terms of sale.
In cases where the contract does not directly provide the solution to a problem, the contract must be supplemented with relevant legal provisions.
1. The agreement
The agreement between buyer and seller consists of the information the seller provides about the purchase in the order solution in the online store (including information about the item's nature, quantity, quality, other properties, price and delivery conditions), any direct correspondence between the parties (eg e-mail) and these terms of sale.
In the event of a conflict between the information provided by the seller about the purchase in the ordering solution in the online store, direct correspondence between the parties and the terms of the terms of sale, direct correspondence between the parties and the information provided in the ordering solution precedes the terms of sale.
Seller Company name: Fødebagen AS
Contact address: Kristina Jacobsen, Sandvikveien 40, 3077 Sande
Organization number: 926768735
The buyer is the person who makes the order.
The prices, which are stated in the online store, include VAT.
Information about the total costs the buyer must pay, including all taxes (VAT, customs, and the like) and delivery costs (shipping, postage, invoice fee, packaging, etc.) as well as specification of the individual elements in the total price, is given in the ordering solution before ordering. (Deliveries of goods to Svalbard or Jan Mayen shall be sold without the addition of VAT. (1)
4. Entering into an agreement
The agreement is binding on both parties when the buyer's order is received by the seller.
However, one party is not bound by the agreement if there have been typing or typing errors in the offer from the seller in the ordering solution in the online store or in the buyer's order, and the other party realized or should have realized that such an error existed.
5. Order confirmation
When the seller has received the buyer's order, the seller must without undue delay confirm the order by sending an order confirmation to the buyer.
It is recommended that the buyer checks that the order confirmation matches the order in terms of quantity, item type, price, etc. If there is no correspondence between the order and the order confirmation, the buyer should contact the seller as soon as possible.
The seller can demand payment for the item from the time it is sent from the seller to the buyer.
If the buyer uses a credit card (2) or debit card (3) when paying, the seller can reserve the purchase price on the card when ordering for up to 4 days from the order. (4)
When paying by credit card, the Credit Purchases etc. Act will apply. (5)
If the seller offers post-invoicing, the invoice to the buyer shall be issued when the item is shipped. The due date must be set at a minimum of 14 days from the time the buyer receives the shipment.
If the seller has a special need to demand advance payment from the buyer, for example for a manufacturing purchase, the seller can demand this.
Buyers under the age of 18 can only pay directly upon the seller's delivery of the item or upon delivery of the item by postal order. (6)
7. Delivery etc.
Delivery of the item from the seller to the buyer takes place in the manner, at the place and at the time specified in the ordering solution the customer chooses in the online store.
If the delivery time is not stated in the order solution, the seller must deliver the item to the buyer within a reasonable time and no later than 30 days after the order from the customer. If the seller is to ensure that the goods are sent to the buyer, he is obliged to have the goods transported to the destination in a suitable manner and on normal terms for such transport. The place of destination is with the buyer unless otherwise agreed between the parties.
8. The risk of the item
The risk for the item passes to the buyer when the thing is taken over by the buyer in accordance with the agreement. Ie delivered in a mailbox, post office or at the door. If the delivery time has come and the buyer fails to take over an item that is made available to him or her under the agreement, the buyer still has the risk of loss or damage due to properties of the item itself.
The buyer can examine the product before he or she regrets the purchase. The item must still be able to be returned to the seller in approximately the same condition and quantity as it was in when the buyer received it. The buyer should return the item to the seller in the original packaging if this is possible.
Examination of the item
When the buyer receives the item, it is recommended that he or she to a reasonable extent check whether it is in accordance with the order, whether it has been damaged during transport or whether it otherwise has defects.
If the item does not match the order or has defects, the buyer must notify the seller in the event of a complaint, cf. clause 11 of the contract.
Complaint in case of defect and deadline for reporting claims in case of delay
If there is a defect in the item, the buyer must, within a reasonable time after he or she discovered it, notify the seller that he or she will invoke the defect.
The time limit can never be shorter than two months from the time when the consumer discovered the defect. Complaints must still be made no later than two years after the buyer took over the item. If the product or parts of it are intended to last significantly longer, the complaint period is five years.
In the event of a delay, claims must be made to the seller within a reasonable time after the delivery time has come and the item has not been delivered.
If the item is paid for with a credit card, the buyer can also choose to advertise and send claims directly to the credit provider (the credit card company). (8)
The message to the seller or creditor should be in writing (email, fax or letter).
Buyer's rights in case of delay
If the seller does not deliver the goods or delivers them too late in accordance with the agreement between the parties, and this is not due to the buyer or circumstances on the buyer's side, the buyer may, according to the rules in Chapter 5 of the Consumer Purchases Act, withhold the purchase price, demand fulfillment, terminate the agreement and claim compensation from the seller.
Fulfillment: If the seller does not deliver the item at the time of delivery, the buyer can maintain the purchase and set a reasonable additional deadline for fulfillment from the seller. However, the buyer can not demand fulfillment if there is an obstacle that the seller can not overcome or if fulfillment will entail such a great inconvenience or cost for the seller that it is in significant disproportion to the buyer's interest in the seller fulfilling. If the difficulties disappear within a reasonable time, the consumer can demand fulfillment.
Cancellation: The buyer may terminate the agreement with the seller if the delay is significant or if the seller does not deliver the goods within the additional deadline for fulfillment set by the buyer. However, the buyer can not terminate the agreement while the additional deadline runs, unless the seller has said that he or she will not fulfill within the deadline.
Compensation: The buyer can further claim compensation for loss he or she suffers as a result of the delay on the part of the seller, cf. section 24 of the Consumer Purchase Act.
The buyer must report claims to the seller in the event of a complaint, cf. the clause in this contract
13. Buyer's rights in the event of defect
If the item has a defect and this is not due to the buyer or conditions on the buyer's side, the buyer can according to the rules in the Consumer Purchase Act chapter 6 depending on the circumstances withhold the purchase price, choose between correction and re-delivery, demand price reduction, demand the agreement terminated and compensation from the seller.
Correction or re-delivery: If the item has a defect, the buyer can demand that the seller correct the defect or re-deliver the corresponding item. The seller may oppose the buyer's claim if the execution of the claim is impossible or the seller causes unreasonable costs.
The seller must make the correction or replacement within a reasonable time. Correction or re-delivery shall be made at no cost to the buyer, without risk that the buyer will not be reimbursed for his expenses and without significant inconvenience to the buyer. The seller may not make more than two attempts at rectification or re-delivery for the same defect, unless there are special reasons that make further attempts reasonable.
Even if the buyer does not require correction or replacement, the seller can offer correction or replacement if this happens without delay. If the seller provides for such correction or re-delivery, the buyer can not demand a price reduction or cancellation.
Price reduction: If the defect is not corrected or re-delivered, the buyer can demand a proportionate price reduction.
Cancellation: Instead of a price reduction, the buyer can cancel the agreement, except when the defect is insignificant.
Compensation: The buyer can also claim compensation for financial loss he or she suffers as a result of the item being defective, cf. the Consumer Purchases Act § 33.
The buyer must report claims to the seller in the event of a complaint, cf. section 11 of this contract. The rules on complaints apply in addition to, and independently of, the rules on the right of withdrawal and any guarantees provided by the seller.
14. Seller's rights in the event of the buyer's default
If the buyer does not pay or fulfill the other obligations under the agreement, and this is not due to the seller or conditions on the seller's side, the seller may, according to the rules in the Consumer Purchase Act chapter 9, withhold the item, demand fulfillment of the agreement, demand termination of the agreement and compensation from the buyer. The seller may also, depending on the circumstances, be able to claim interest in the event of late payment, collection fee and fee for non-prepaid uncollected goods.
Fulfillment: If the buyer does not pay, the seller can maintain the purchase and demand that the buyer pays the purchase price (fulfillment). If the item is not delivered, the seller loses his right if he waits unreasonably long to advance the claim.
Termination: In the event of a material default or other material default by the buyer, the seller may terminate the agreement. However, the seller can not withdraw after the purchase price has been paid.
The seller can also cancel the purchase if the buyer does not pay within a reasonable additional deadline for fulfillment set by the seller. However, the seller can not withdraw while the additional deadline runs, unless the buyer has said that he or she will not pay.
Compensation: The seller can demand compensation from the buyer for financial loss he or she suffers as a result of a breach of contract on the part of the buyer, cf. the Consumer Purchases Act §46.
Interest on late payment / collection fee: If the buyer does not pay the purchase price in accordance with the agreement, the seller can demand interest on the purchase price in accordance with the Act on interest on late payment. (9) In the event of non-payment, the claim the buyer can then be held liable for fees in accordance with the Debt Collection Act and other collection of overdue monetary claims. (10)
Fee for uncollected non-prepaid goods: If the buyer fails to collect unpaid goods, the seller can charge the buyer a fee of NOK + return shipping. The fee shall at most cover the seller's actual outlay for delivering the goods to the buyer. Such a fee cannot be charged to buyers under 18 years of age. (11)
Warranty given by the seller or manufacturer gives the buyer rights in addition to the rights the buyer already has under mandatory legislation. A guarantee thus does not imply any restrictions on the buyer's right to a complaint and claims in the event of delay or defects pursuant to items 12 and 13.
16. Personal data (12)
Unless the buyer agrees to something else, the seller can only collect and store the personal information necessary for the seller to be able to carry out the obligations under the agreement. The personal information of the buyer under the age of 15 can not be obtained unless the seller has the consent of parents or guardians. The buyer's personal information shall only be disclosed to others if it is necessary for the seller to implement the agreement with the buyer, or in statutory cases.
The seller can only obtain the buyer's social security number if there is a factual need for secure identification and such collection is necessary.
If the seller wants to use the buyer's personal information for other purposes, for example to send the buyer advertising or information beyond what is necessary to complete the agreement, the seller must obtain the buyer's consent at the conclusion of the agreement. The seller must provide the buyer with information about what the personal information will be used for and about who will use the personal information. The buyer's consent must be voluntary and given by active action, for example by ticking.
The buyer must be able to easily contact the seller, for example by telephone or e-mail if he or she has questions about the seller's use of personal information or if he or she wants the seller to delete or change the personal information.
17. Conflict resolution
The parties shall endeavor to resolve any disputes amicably. The buyer can contact the Consumer Council to get assistance in a possible dispute with the seller. If an amicable solution is not reached after mediation in the Consumer Council, the parties may request in writing that the Consumer Council submit the dispute to the Consumer Disputes Committee.13 Decisions by the Consumer Disputes Committee are final four weeks after service. Before the decision is final, the parties may, by submitting a summons to the Consumer Disputes Committee, bring the decision before the district court.
18. Source list
1. See Act of 19 June 1969 no. 66 on value added tax § 16.
2. A credit card is a payment card where the settlement for the purchase takes place afterwards by the creditor (credit card company) sending the cardholder an invoice with a demand for payment.
A debit card is a payment card linked to a deposit account. Use of the card means that the user's account is debited and the amount is transferred to the payee's account.
4. Cf. model agreement prepared by the joint contract committee for the Savings Bank Association's and the Financial Industry's main organization - Agreement terms for credit cards and billing cards - consumer relations point 12 and pattern terms prepared by the Sparebankforeningen and the Financial Industry's main organization for payment cards point 11.
5. Act of 21 June 1985 no. 82 on credit purchases etc.
6. Persons under the age of 18 can only pay in the aforementioned ways as they cannot incur debt, cf. the Act of 22 April 1927 on guardianship of minors (vgml.) § 2.
7. Act of 21 December 2000 no. 105 on the duty to provide information and right of withdrawal, etc. in the case of distance selling and sale outside a fixed point of sale (right of withdrawal law).
9. Act of 17 December 1976 no. 100 on interest in the event of late payment.
10. Act of 13 May 1988 no. 26 on debt collection activities and other collection of overdue monetary claims.
11. Fees can not be charged to persons under 18 years of age as they cannot incur debt, cf. § 2.
12. See Act of 14 April 2000 no. 31 on the processing of personal data.