Right of Withdrawal for the Consumer

Purchasers, who are consumers, are entitled by applicability of the regulations for distance contracts to a right to revoke the contract on condition of the following instructions:

Purchaser may revoke the order within a revocation period of two weeks without further specification of reasons in written form (e.g. letter or eMail) or by returning the goods. The revocation period does not start before the delivery and the reception of this instruction. Punctual dispatch suffices as compliance with the time limit. – The revocation must be declared to:

living4style
Herrn Lars Neumann
Maximilianstr. 167
75172 Pforzheim
Telefax: 0 72 31 / 44 37 630
E-Mail: LN@living4style.de

In case of an effective revocation, any performance received by one party is to be returned to the respective other, as are benefits derived from such performance, e.g. interest. If Purchaser cannot return the goods received in whole or in part, or if Purchaser can only return the received goods in a deteriorated state, Purchaser must pay compensation for value insofar. There is no obligation to pay compensation for value if the sole cause of deterioration of the good(s) received was the inspection of the respective good(s), as would have been possible in a retail shop. For the rest, Purchaser can avoid paying compensation for value in respect of deterioration in the good(s) as a result of their/ its proper use, if Purchaser does not use the good(s) the way Purchaser uses Purchaser's own property and refrain from doing anything that would curtail the value of the good(s). Purchaser must bear the costs of return.

Obligatory refunds of payments must be made within 30 days after sending the revocation or returning the goods.

Notice: Purchaser´s Right of Withdrawal shall expire prematurely if the contract has been completely fulfilled at the specific request of both parties before Purchaser has made use of his/her Right of Withdrawal.

This concludes this statement of the rights of withdrawal.

This information is intended solely for informational purposes; the original German text is legally binding.