General Terms and Conditions (AGB)
On the basis of these General Terms and Conditions (GTC), a contract is concluded between the customer and SICA up cycling desigen, represented by Simone Simonato Proskauer Str. 4, 10247 Berlin, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, sales tax identification number: DE294513299, hereinafter referred to as the offeror.
The contract will be drawn up in German. The further implementation of the Contractual relationship is in German. The law of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply exclusively. This only applies to consumers insofar as no legal provisions of the state in which the customer is domiciled or habitually resident are restricted as a result. The place of jurisdiction for disputes with customers who are not consumers, legal entities under public law or special funds under public law is the registered office of the offeror.
Subject matter of the contract
This contract regulates the sale of new goods in the field of clothing, living accessories, bags and accessories via the offeror’s online shop on the website https://www.sica-up.com/. Any conflicting general terms and conditions of the customer are objected to. For details of the respective offer, please refer to the product description on the offer page.
The contract is concluded exclusively in electronic business transactions via the shop system. The presented offers represent a non-binding invitation to submit an offer by the customer order which the offeror can then accept. The ordering process for concluding a contract comprises the following steps in the shop system:
The customer selects the desired product by clicking the button “add to cart” and that way adds the product to the order. By clicking on “view cart” the customer can have a look at the selected goods. By clicking on “Continue to checkout” they can complete the order. Finally the order can be transmitted to the provider via the “Buy” button. Until the dispatch of his order, the customer has the possibility at any time to view and change the data given in the context of the order or to cancel the order completely. The customer receives a confirmation e-mail that the order has been received by the offeror.