The goods subject to these general terms and conditions are offered for sale by Servetto S.r.l. with a registered office in Via Brughetti 32, Bovisio Masciago (MB), Italy, registered at the Monza and Brianza Chamber of Commerce in the Register of Companies No. 01144120159, fiscal code No. 01144120159, VAT No. 00704600964, and hereinafter referred to as “Supplier”
1.1 The term "online sales agreement" refers to an agreement of sale relating to tangible movable property belonging to the Supplier, which is entered into by this party and the Purchaser in a distance selling environment, using telematic means, managed by the Supplier and carried out in full compliance with the distance selling regulations and in particular, with Articles 45 et seq. of the Italian Consumer Code (D.lgs No. 206 of 6 September 2005 and subsequent amendments)
1.2 The term “Purchaser”, shall, in the absence of no further specifications, include either the consumer, a natural person undertaking the consumer purchase, under this contract, for purposes not related to commercial or professional activity, or the professional, i.e. the natural or legal person acting in the course of their entrepreneurial, commercial, craft or professional business or as an intermediary, unless otherwise specified that they are a sole consumer, i.e. a sole practitioner.
1.3 The term «Supplier» is the party indicated in the headnote.
1.4 These general conditions for distance sales must be carefully read by the purchaser - consumer prior to completing the distance purchase procedure of “Servetto” products. Completing an order through the www.servettocose.com website implies complete and absolute knowledge of these general conditions of sale and their full acceptance: the purchaser - consumer by submitting their purchase order via the aforementioned website, unconditionally accepts and agrees to observe in their dealings with Servetto S.r.l., these general conditions of sale, as well as the payment conditions described below, declaring to have read and accepted all the information provided in the same, and acknowledging that the Supplier - Servetto S.r.l. is bound to the same conditions, unless previously agreed in writing.
1.5. These general conditions of distance sales can be printed and kept by any person who has visited the www.servettocose.com website and they are to be considered applicable and effective as long as they are accessible from the said website. If these general conditions of distance sales are removed from the www.servettocose.com website, it irrevocably and automatically implies the inapplicability, ineffectiveness and unenforceability of Servetto S.r.l.’s terms and conditions, in relation to purchases made after their removal from the site, and this is also the case if those general conditions were available and/or accessible to the public via other websites than the one specified above.
2.1 In virtue of this Agreement, through the use of telematic instruments provided by the Supplier - Servetto S.r.l., operating under the “Servetto” brand sells and the Purchaser respectively purchases the Products indicated and offered up for sale on the website www.servettocose.com at a distance.
2.2 The products referred to in the previous point, are shown on the following web page: www.servettocose.com.
3.1 A product is ordered in the following ways: The Purchaser shall select the desired product and click on the “Add to cart” button. Once all of the desired products have been placed in the cart, the purchaser must select the country of delivery, by clicking on the appropriate drop-down menu and then clicking on the “Buy now” button. The purchaser will then have to register, by also providing a valid email address - and reading the Privacy and Cookie policies, in addition to the General Conditions of Sale - or log in, if they have already registered. They will then have to click on the “Buy now” button. The purchaser will next have to choose the delivery method: via express courier or collection from Servetto S.r.l. and choose the payment method (credit card, Paypal and advance bank transfer) and then click on “Confirm.” The order is completed effecting the payment:
- by credit card of the circuit Visa, Mastercard /Maestro
- by PayPal through the PayPal circuit
- by advance bank transfer from the purchaser’s own or joint bank account.
3.3 Once Servetto S.r.l. has verified the receipt of payment and the actual stock availability of the required goods, the Supplier shall deliver the goods within thirty days or indicate the day when they will be available for collection at the company, if the latter method was chosen.
3.4 Servetto S.r.l. reserves the right to assess whether to accept the orders it receives or not. The company will notify the Purchaser if it is impossible to accept the order for any reason within 30 days, starting from the day after the Purchaser transmitted the order to the Supplier and will refund any amounts already paid by the Purchaser, in relation to this order.
3.5. The Purchaser agrees to print out and keep this Agreement once the online purchase procedure has been completed.
3.6. The Purchaser undertakes to enter truthful information and names during the order process, relieving henceforth Servetto S.r.l. of all liability arising from incorrect financial documents and/or delayed delivery, caused by incorrect information being supplied directly by the Purchaser, the latter of which is solely responsible for correctly entering information.
3.7 The information contained in this Agreement must be read and accepted by the Purchaser, who acknowledges, that this step is mandatory before the purchase can be confirmed.
4.1 All of the selling prices for the products displayed and indicated on the www.servettocose.com website are expressed in Euros and are inclusive of VAT and all other taxes, except for customs duty, which if due, insofar as required by the importing Country, is explicitly excluded from the sale price, shall be borne by the Purchaser and is indicated in the purchasing procedure before the order is paid for and submitted by the Purchaser.
4.2 The delivery charges, whilst not included in the purchase price, are charged to the Purchaser and indicated and calculated during the purchase procedure prior to the Purchaser’s order being made.
4.3 In accordance with the provisions of Art. 51, para. 7 of the Italian Consumer Code, the Purchaser - Consumer receives, after the conclusion of the Agreement, the written confirmation of the ordered product, its price, the total order amount, excluding customs duty, if due, and, within the General Terms and Conditions of Sale, the information regarding the right of withdrawal, indicating the timeframes and procedures for returning goods, the address for sending any complaints, information about the customer support services and the existing legal and commercial guarantees.
5.1 The Purchaser can make all payments via the methods indicated in the above Article 3 of these general terms and conditions Agreement.
In the event that for whatever reason, the amounts due to be paid by the Purchaser are not received, the sales process and in turn the sale, will be cancelled.
5.2 If when placing the order, the Purchaser indicated their intention to pay via bank transfer, the same may use the bank details that will appear on the screen when the pay by bank transfer method is chosen. The payment must be received by Servetto S.r.l. within the next 10 days. The products will be prepared for delivery as soon as the payment has been received: if the payment has not been received within 10 days, the order will be considered cancelled.
5.3 Any refunds due to the Purchaser will be credited by bank transfer using the bank details that were provided by the Purchaser in a timely manner and, if exercising the right of withdrawal, within the timeframes and using the procedures indicated in Article 9 of this Agreement.
5.4 All communications relating to payments are made on a specific Supplier-protected line. The Supplier guarantees that this information will be stored with an additional layer of protection and in accordance with the provisions of the current legislation on the protection of personal data, with particular reference to the GDPR 2016/679.
6.1 Servetto S.r.l. will deliver the selected and ordered products via couriers and/or trusted forwarding agents, to the Purchaser at the address indicated by the same during the order payment process.
6.2. In compliance with the regulatory provisions of Art. 61 of the Italian Consumer Code, Servetto S.r.l. will execute the product order no later than 30 days from the date the purchase price was received, unless Servetto S.r.l. has not communicated - within the same period - that the order has not been accepted pursuant to the previous Article 3.4.
6.3. Delivery times (except in cases that are not directly attributable to Servetto S.r.l.) can vary from a minimum of five to a maximum of thirty days from receipt of the order’s payment. With regards to the maximum delivery time, this refers to the date of the courier’s first attempt to deliver the goods to the recipient (even if the delivery does not take place due to the recipient not being in or the goods being rejected).
6.4 If at the time of delivery, the exterior of the package appears to be damaged, the Purchaser or the person who has received the product must proceed to open the package in front of the courier, to check the status of the product contained therein. If the product is damaged, all of the detected damage must be stated in writing on the delivery note by the Purchaser (or the recipient). Any complaints must be submitted in the manner provided for in Article 10 of this Agreement.
6.5. The Purchaser can choose the “Collect from Servetto S.r.l.” option when submitting their order. The company will make arrangements for the purchased item to be available within the timeframes and under the terms communicated by Servetto S.r.l., via email, and nonetheless, within thirty days of having received the payment for the order. The Purchaser has a period of 30 days to go and pick up the item after having received the email notification.
When collecting the item at the company, the Purchaser must present the email confirming that the item is ready for collection at the company, and have a valid ID card. The Purchaser’s identity will be checked by the Supplier, and the ID card may be copied, either if the Purchaser personally collects the order or if the latter has authorised a third party to collect the order. The Purchaser can in fact request a person of their choosing to collect the order in their place and on their own behalf. The third party responsible for the collection will be requested by the Supplier to show their ID along with the email confirming that the item is ready for collection at the company which was received by the Purchaser. Servetto S.r.l. shall make copies of all such documents in order to ensure the Purchaser’s safety and to prevent any fraudulent use of their identity and/or their payment details, by also providing the party responsible for the collection with the appropriate information, pursuant to GDPR 2016/679.
The purchased item will be released to the Purchaser after the package(s) have been signed for.
After the fundamental 30-day timeframe has elapsed from when the Purchaser received the email confirming that the item was ready for collection at the company by Servetto S.r.l., the sale will be considered automatically terminated. The Purchaser will therefore be refunded the order amount.
6.6. Deliveries are made throughout Italy and in the following countries:
7.1 The product availability is subject to change, depending on the customers’ orders.
7.2 If an order exceeds the amount in stock, the Supplier must inform the Purchaser via email, in the terms provided in Art. 3.4, if the goods are no longer available or what the waiting time will be to receive the chosen goods, whilst asking if they would like to confirm the order or not.
8.1 The Company shall not be held responsible for disruptions caused by force majeure and/or unforeseeable circumstances, such as accidents, theft, the goods being stolen from the courier in charge of the delivery, fires, explosions, strikes, lockouts, earthquakes, floods and other similar events which could fully or partially prevent the order from being executed within the timeframes and in the manner laid down by the agreement.
8.2 The Supplier shall, except in the case of wilful misconduct and gross negligence, not be held responsible to the Purchaser, for outages or malfunctions resulting from the use of the internet which are beyond the control of the Supplier and their subsuppliers.
8.3 Furthermore, the Supplier shall not be held responsible for damages, losses and costs incurred by the Purchaser as a result of the contract not being executed for reasons which the Supplier is not responsible; the Purchaser shall only be entitled to a full refund of the purchase price with any delivery charges deducted.
8.4 The Supplier shall assume no responsibility for any fraudulent and illegal use by third parties of credit cards, cheques and other means of payment, when paying for the purchased goods, provided that the Supplier proves that all possible precautions were adopted, based on the best research and knowledge that is currently available and with due diligence.
9.1 The Purchaser - Consumer has the right to terminate the agreement that has been entered into within fourteen days, in accordance with Italian D.lgs 206/2005 (Consumer Code) without having to provide any reasons, in the methods described below and without incurring additional costs than the ones specified below.
9.2. The withdrawal period will expire 14 days from the day when the Purchaser - Consumer or a third party that was appointed by the Purchaser, other than a carrier, received the ordered product. If multiple goods were ordered in the same order and delivered separately, the period expires 14 days from when the Purchaser - Consumer or a third party that was appointed by the Purchaser, other than a carrier, received the last product. If an agreement has been entered into consisting of a delivery of multiple lots or pieces, the period expires 14 days from when the Purchaser - Consumer or a third party that was appointed by the Purchaser, other than a carrier, received the last lot or piece at the address that was provided when ordering.
To exercise the right of withdrawal, the Purchaser - Consumer is obliged to inform the Supplier by writing a clear signed statement and sending it by registered letter with return receipt to Servetto S.r.l., Via Brughetti 32, 20813 Bovisio Masciago, Italy or by certified email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their decision to withdraw from this agreement.
9.3 In order to meet the withdrawal deadline, it is sufficient that the Purchaser - Consumer sends the notification regarding exercising the right of withdrawal before the withdrawal period expires.
9.4.If the Purchaser - Consumer withdraws from this agreement, he/she will be refunded all of the payments that have been made to the Supplier, including the delivery costs, without undue delay and in any event, no later than 14 days from the day that the Supplier was informed of their decision to withdraw from this agreement.
The refund is suspended until the goods are received by Servetto S.r.l.
These refunds will be made by bank transfer to the bank details that will be indicated by the Purchaser - Consumer, who, in any case, will not incur any costs as a result of this refund.
9.5 If the Purchaser - Consumer received the goods from this agreement, he has to return them to Servetto S.r.l., Via Brughetti 32, 20813 Bovisio Masciago, Italy, without undue delay and in any case, within 14 days from the day when the Purchaser informed the Supplier of their withdrawal from this agreement.
The deadline is met if the Purchaser - Consumer returns the goods directly to the Servetto S.r.l. headquarters before the 14 day period expires.
9.6. The products must be returned and insured by registered post and in all original packaging (boxes, accessories, guards, etc.), together with the carefully filled out delivery note.
9.7. In accordance with Art. 54, para. 4 of the Italian Consumer Code, it remains the Purchaser - Consumer’s responsibility to provide any proof concerning exercising the right of withdrawal. The Purchaser - Consumer will also be responsible for returning the goods in a timely manner.
9.8. The cost of sending the goods which are subject to the right of withdrawal to Servetto S.r.l. will be borne by the Purchaser - Consumer.
9.9. Pursuant to Article 57, paragraph 2 of the Italian Consumer Code, the Purchaser - Consumer is liable if the value of the products decreases due to any manipulation that was not strictly necessary to assess the nature, characteristics and actual operation of the products.
Therefore, if the products that are returned by the Purchaser - Consumer are damaged, incomplete, impaired and/or dirty or in any state which unequivocally confirms that the products have been used in such a way as to compromise their substantial integrity, the Purchaser will not be refunded.
9.10. If the product is not returned within the deadline, it will be understood that the Purchaser - Consumer would like to revoke the declaration of withdrawal; the Purchaser - Consumer will then retain the purchased goods and Servetto S.r.l. will not be responsible for providing any refunds.
9.11. If the Purchaser - Consumer exercises their right of withdrawal, after having made a request in accordance with Article 50, paragraph 3 or Article 51, paragraph 8 of the Italian Consumer Code, the Purchaser is responsible for paying reasonable costs to Servetto S.r.l., pursuant to Article 57, paragraph 3, i.e. an amount that is proportional to what has been provided, up until the time when the Purchaser - Consumer informed the Supplier that he/she was exercising his/her right of withdrawal, calculated based on the total price agreed in the agreement.
9.12. The right of withdrawal is excluded for goods which have been made to measure or clearly personalised.
10.1 The Purchaser - Consumer is protected by the legal guarantee of conformity, provided for in the Italian Consumer Code, for when products are defective, do not work properly or do not do what was stated or what they are generally designed to do.
10.2 The Supplier is liable towards the Buyer-Consumer for any lack of conformity existing at the time of delivery of the goods (carried out in accordance with Article 61 of the Consumer Code) and that occurs within two years from the delivery.
The action to enforce the lack of conformity is provided for, except for maliciously concealed defects, within 26 months from the delivery of the goods; however the Buyer-Consumer, who is summoned for the execution of the contract, can always enforce the rights referred to in Article 135-bis of the Consumer Code.
10.3 Consumer goods comply with the contract if they meet the following subjective requirements, where relevant:
a) they correspond to the description, type, quantity and quality reported in the contract and have the functionality, compatibility, interoperability and other characteristics as required by the sales contract;
b) are suitable for any particular use wanted by the Buyer-Consumer. The Supplier has to be aware of this use through a document signed by him for acceptance before or when the contract is concluded;
c) they are supplied together with all the accessories and instructions, including those relating to installation, provided for in the sales contract; and
d) are provided with updates as required by the sales contract.
In addition to complying with the subjective requirements of conformity, in order to comply with the sales contract, the good must have the following objective requirements, where relevant:
a) be suitable for the purposes for which goods of the same type are normally used, possibly taking into account other provisions of national law and Union law, technical standards or, in the absence of such technical standards, taking into account industry codes of conduct applicable to the specific sector;
b) where relevant, have the quality and correspond to the description of a sample or model that the Supplier has made available to the Buyer-Consumer before the conclusion of the contract;
c) where relevant, be delivered with the accessories, including packaging, installation instructions or other instructions, which the Buyer-Consumer can reasonably expect to receive; and,
d) be of the quantity and possess the qualities and other characteristics, also in terms of durability, functionality, compatibility and safety, usually present in a good of the same type and that the Buyer-Consumer can reasonably expect, taking into account the nature of the good and public statements made by or on behalf of the Supplier, in particular, in the advertising or on the label.
Unless proven otherwise, it's assumed that any lack of conformity that occurs within one year from the time the goods were delivered already existed on that date, unless this hypothesis is incompatible with the nature of the goods or with the nature of the non-conformity.
Any lack of conformity resulting from the incorrect installation of the asset is considered so if:
a) the installation is provided for in the sales contract and was performed by the Supplier or under its responsibility; or
b) the installation, to be carried out by the Buyer-Consumer, was carried out by the latter and the incorrect installation depends on deficiencies in the installation instructions provided by the Supplier.
There is no lack of conformity pursuant to article 129, paragraph 3, and article 130, paragraph 2 of the Consumer Code, if, at the time of the conclusion of the sales contract, the Buyer-Consumer had been specifically informed of the fact that a particular characteristic of the goods deviated from the objective requirements of conformity provided for by these rules, and if the Buyer-Consumer has expressly and separately accepted this deviation at the time of the conclusion of the sales contract.
10.4 The Supplier is not bound by the public declarations referred to in Article 129, paragraph 3, letter d) of the Consumer Code, when, even alternatively, he proves that:
a) he was not aware of the public declaration in question and could not know it with ordinary diligence;
b) the public declaration has been adequately corrected by the time of the conclusion of the contract with the same methods, or with methods similar to those with which it was made;
c) the decision to purchase the asset was not influenced by the public declaration.
10.5 In the event of a lack of conformity of the good, the Buyer-Consumer has the right to restore conformity, or to receive a proportional reduction in the price, or to terminate the contract based on the following conditions:
I. For the purposes of restoring the conformity of the goods, the Buyer-Consumer can choose between repair and replacement, provided that the chosen remedy is not impossible or that, compared to the alternative remedy, it does not impose disproportionate costs on the Supplier. This must be done taking into account all the circumstances and, in particular, the following:
a) the value that the good would have in the absence of the lack of conformity;
b) the extent of the lack of conformity; and
c) the possibility of carrying out the alternative remedy without significant inconvenience for the Buyer-Consumer.
II. The Supplier may legitimately refuse to make the goods compliant if repair and replacement are impossible or if the costs that the Supplier would have to bear are disproportionate, taking into account all the circumstances, including
those referred to in the above letters Ia) and Ib).
The repair or replacement are carried out:
a) without expenses;
b) within an appropriate period of time from the moment in which the Supplier was informed by the Buyer-Consumer of the lack of conformity; and
c) without significant inconvenience for the Buyer-Consumer, taking into account the nature of the good and the purpose for which the Buyer-Consumer wanted the good.
If it's necessary to fix the lack of conformity by repairing or replacing the goods, the Buyer-Consumer must make them available to the Supplier. The seller takes back the replaced goods at his own expense.
If the repair requires the removal of the installed good in a way that is compliant to the nature and the purpose of the same before the lack of conformity appears, or if it's necessary to replace the good, the obligation to repair or replace the good includes the removal of the non-compliant good and the installation of the replacement or repaired good, or the obligation to pay the costs of removal or installation.
III. The Buyer-Consumer has the right to a proportional price reduction or termination of the sales contract pursuant to Article 135 -quater of the Consumer Code in the event that:
a) the Supplier has not carried out the repair or replacement or has not carried out the repair or replacement, where possible, pursuant to Article 135 -ter, paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of the Consumer Code, or has refused to make the good compliant;
b) a lack of conformity occurs, despite the Supplier's attempt to restore the conformity of the good;
c) the lack of conformity is so serious as to justify the immediate reduction of the price or the termination of the sales contract; or
d) the Supplier has declared or it's clear from the circumstances that he will not proceed to restore the conformity of the goods within a reasonable period or without significant inconvenience for the Buyer-Consumer.
The Buyer-Consumer does not have the right to terminate the contract if the lack of conformity is only minor.
The charge of the proof of the minor lack of conformity is borne by the Supplier.
The Buyer-Consumer may refuse to pay any part of the price until the Supplier has fulfilled the legal obligations.
However, the provisions of the civil code governing the exception of non-fulfillment and the concurrence of the fact of the Buyer-Consumer remain valid.
The price reduction is proportional to the decrease in value of the good received by the Buyer-Consumer compared to the value it would have had if it had been compliant.
The Buyer- Consumer exercises the right to terminate the sales contract by means of a declaration to the Supplier containing the will to terminate the sales contract.
If the lack of conformity concerns only some of the goods delivered according to the sales contract, and there is a cause for the resolution of the contract pursuant to art 135 -bis of the Consumer Code, the Buyer-Consumer can terminate the contract only with regard to the non-compliant goods, if it's not reasonably presumable that the Buyer-Consumer has an interest in keeping the non-defective goods.
If the Buyer-Consumer terminates the sales contract entirely or limited to some of the goods delivered under the sales contract:
a) The Buyer-Consumer must return the good to the Supplier, at the latter's expense, and
b) the Supplier must reimburse to the consumer the price paid for the goods upon receipt of the goods or the evidence provided by the Buyer-Consumer for having returned or shipped the goods.
The remedies referred to in article 135-bis of the Consumer Code extend to cases of impediment or limitation of use of the goods sold in accordance with the provisions of articles 129 and 130, resulting from a restriction deriving from the violation of third party rights, in particular of intellectual property rights, without prejudice to other provisions provided for by the legal system regarding invalidity, cancellation or other cases of dissolution of the contract.
10.6 The complaint relating to the lack of conformity must be sent in writing, by registered letter with return receipt, to Servetto S.r.l., via Brughetti, n. 32 Bovisio Masciago (MB) or certified mail to email@example.com, which will indicate its willingness to process the request, or the reasons that prevent it from doing so, within seven working days of receipt. In the same communication, if the Supplier has accepted the request of the Buyer-Consumer, he must indicate the methods of shipment and return of the goods as well as the deadline for the return or replacement of the defective goods or the deadline for making the goods compliant.
10.7 If the repair and replacement are impossible or excessively expensive, or the Supplier has not repaired or replaced the goods within the period referred to in the previous point or has refused to make the goods compliant, finally, if the Buyer - Consumer requests, in the manner indicated in the previous point 10.6, at his choice, an appropriate reduction in the price or the termination of the contract, the Supplier will indicate his willingness to proceed with the same, or the reasons that prevent him from doing so, within seven working days from receipt. In the same communication, where the Supplier has accepted the request of the Buyer - Consumer, he must indicate the proposed price reduction or the methods for returning the defective goods; in such cases it will be the Buyer's-Consumer responsibility to indicate the bank details to allow the reimbursement of the sums previously paid to the Supplier.
11.1 The Supplier, pursuant to Articles 114 et seq. of the Italian Consumer Code, is liable for damage caused by faulty goods being sold if the company fails to inform the injured party of the identity and address of the manufacturer or person who supplied them with the goods within three months of the request being made.
11.2. The injured party’s above-mentioned request must be sent in writing by registered letter with return receipt to Servetto S.r.l., Via Brughetti 32, Bovisio Masciago, Italy or sent by certified email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and the party must indicate which product caused the damage and the date of purchase, with the sales receipt attached; it must also contain photographic evidence of the product.
11.3 The Supplier shall not be held responsible for the consequences arising from a defective product if the defect is due to product conformity, a mandatory legal regulation or binding measure, i.e. if the status of scientific and technical knowledge when the producer put the product into circulation, was not yet allowed to consider the product as defective.
11.4 No compensation will be due if the injured party was aware of the product’s defect and the danger that stemmed from it, yet voluntarily exposed themselves to this danger.
11.5 In any case, the injured party must prove the defect, the damage and the causal link between the defect and the damage.
12.1 The obligations accepted by the Purchaser, and the guarantee of completion of the payment made by the Purchaser, as well as the precise fulfilment of the obligations accepted by the Supplier in point 6, are of an essential nature; therefore, by express agreement, the breach of even one of the aforementioned obligations, unless it is determined by fortuitous circumstances or force majeure, war, riots, insurrections, floods, earthquakes, strikes and Servetto S.r.l. supply problems, attributable to a third party supplier or an incorrect indication by the Purchaser of the correct shipping address and/or the circumstances referred to in Art. 8, will result in the legal Agreement being terminated, in accordance with Article 1456 of the Italian Civil Code, with no need for a judicial ruling.
The “SERVETTO” brand is the exclusive property of the Servetto S.r.l. company whose headquarters are in Via Brughetti 32, Bovisio Masciago (MB), Italy, registered at the Monza and Brianza Chamber of Commerce in the Register of Companies No. 01144120159, fiscal code No. 01144120159, VAT No. 00704600964.
The total or partial reproduction, modification or use of this brand for any reason and on any medium without the prior express consent of Servetto S.r.l. is strictly prohibited.
Any combination of the aforementioned brand and other trademarks, symbols, logos and any distinctive general sign that can be used to make a composite logo is also prohibited.
The total or partial reproduction, modification or use of the designs, models and patents is also strictly prohibited as they are the exclusive property of the Servetto S.r.l. company.
14.1 In accordance with Art. 12 of Italian D.L.vo 70/03, the Supplier shall inform the Purchaser that every submitted order is saved in digital/paper format, in accordance with the confidentiality and security criteria provided by GDPR 2016/679.
15.1 The written communications sent directly to the Supplier and any complaints will be considered valid only if sent to the following address: Servetto S.r.l., Via Brughetti, 32 – 20813 Bovisio M.go (MB), Italy, sent by fax to +390362.59.19.07 or sent by email to email@example.com. The Purchaser shall indicate their home address or legal residence, telephone number or email address where he or she would like to receive the Supplier’s communications on the registration form.
For any controversy that may arise regarding the interpretation and/or execution of the agreement that has been entered into between Servetto S.r.l. and the Purchaser - Consumer, the jurisdiction will be the jurisdiction at the consumer’s place of residence or legal residence if the Purchaser lives in Italy; otherwise the Court of Monza will be responsible. For any controversy that may arise regarding the interpretation and/or execution of the agreement that has been entered into between Servetto S.r.l. and the Professional, the jurisdiction will be the Court of Monza.
17.1 This original agreement was written in Italian, which takes precedence over any other language and is governed by Italian law.
17.2 For all matters not expressly dealt with in this Agreement, the rules of law which apply to the relationships and particular cases described in this Agreement are valid, including the Rome 1 Regulation in particular.