II. ELECTRONIC ORDER
2.1 Electronic order means a sent electronic form containing identification data of the Customer and the specification of the vehicle for which a Certificate shall be provided, such order shall be processed by the web page system of the Provider (hereinafter referred to as an “electronic order“).The approval of the electronic order in its last step shall be considered to be a binding proposal of the Customer to enter into the Contract on the Provision of a Certificate.
2.2 By sending an electronic order, the Customer confirms that it fully agrees and accepts the communication in electronic form, mainly via electronic post and the Internet, as being valid and binding for both parties.
2.3 Each electronic order must include the following:
a) name and surname or the business name of the Customer, e-mail address, residence or the registered office, or the delivery address, if not the same as the residence or the registered office, telephone number, invoicing data, and VAT No. in the case of a legal person – VAT taxable person;
b) type of vehicle, make of vehicle, country of the first registration and year of first registration, Vehicle Identification Number (hereinafter referred to as the “VIN number of the vehicle”);
c) term of provision and price for provision of the Certificate, including costs of delivery;
d) the electronic order must also include other data if this is mentioned with respect to a particular make (number of typological approval, colour of the vehicle), or documents related to the subject-matter of the order if required by the producer of the Certificate (copy of vehicle registration certificate, copy of purchase contract, copy of the identification card of the Customer, and photograph of the approval label);
e) method of delivery of the Certificate.
2.4 An electronic order that does not include all the data mentioned in Clause 2.3 hereto shall not be taken into account as the binding proposal to conclude a contract and, in such a case, the Provider only announces the reasons to the Customer that its electronic order has not been accepted.
2.5 The Contract on the Provision of a Certificate between the Customer and the Provider shall be concluded based on an electronic order as follows:
2.5.1 In the event that the Customer is a registered or unregistered client, the Provider processes the electronic order of the Customer. The Contract on the Provision of a Certificate shall then be concluded upon the approval of the electronic order on the part of the Provider by the e-mail of the Provider addressed to the Customer with information on the processing of the electronic order, confirmation on payment of the price and term of delivery of the Certificate; this e-mail shall be delivered to the Customer no later than the next business day following the electronic order. The term of delivery of the Certificate starts from this day on, however, the obligation to obtain the Certificate arises for the Provider only on the condition of the total remittance of payment to the Provider.
2.5.2 The same as stipulated in 2.5.1 shall apply to the Customer which is a regular client, however, the payment for the provision of a Certificate, or several Certificates, shall be invoiced by the Provider to the regular client only after the provision thereof, on the basis of an invoice delivered together with the relevant Certificate(s).
2.6 By sending the electronic order according to Clause 2.1 hereto, the Customer further:
a) confirms familiarity with these Terms and Conditions and acceptance thereof without any reservation, and
b) confirms that, for the purpose of concluding the Contract on the Provision of a Certificate, fully agrees and acknowledges the electronic form of communication, in particular through electronic mail (e-mail) and internet, as valid and binding on both parties;
c) grants its consent with release and receipt of the invoices in an electronic form, i.e. electronic invoice and
d) the Customer – consumer confirms that he has been duly advised on consumer rights under Act no. 18/2018 Coll., in particular, that the consumer may not withdraw from the contract, subject matter of which is provision of the service, if provision of the service started with the express consent of the consumer before the expiration of the withdrawal period and