Terms and conditions:
Name: SKAJAH Trading Limited Liability Company
In preparing these rules, we have paid particular attention to the provisions of Act LXIII of 1992
on the protection of personal data and the disclosure of data of public interest, Act VI of 1998 on the
Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, the Strasbourg Convention of 28 January 1981, the recommendations of the ONLINE PRIVACY ALLIANCE)
and the positions of the Parliamentary Data Protection Commissioner, in particular Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL.
The purpose of this communication:
is to ensure, in all areas of our services, that the rights and fundamental freedoms of all individuals, regardless of nationality or residence, are respected, in particular the right to privacy when their personal data is processed by automated means (data protection).
A general contract clause is a contract clause that is unilaterally agreed in advance by the user for the purpose of concluding several contracts,
without the participation of the other party, and which has not been individually negotiated by the parties.
General terms and conditions become part of the contract:
A general clause in a contract becomes an integral part of the contract if its user has made its contents known to the other party before the conclusion of the contract and it has been accepted by the other party.
A general contract term that deviates materially from the law or from standard contract practice shall be separately disclosed to the other party unless it is in accordance with standard practice between the parties.A standard contract term that deviates from a term previously used between the parties shall also be separately disclosed to the other party.
Such terms shall become part of the contract only if the other party has expressly accepted them after being separately disclosed.
A clause that grants the entrepreneur a monetary claim in addition to the consideration for the fulfillment of the main contractual obligation shall become part of the contract if the consumer has expressly accepted it after being informed of it.
General terms and conditions for webshops:
Pursuant to Act CVIII of 2001 on Certain Aspects of Electronic Commerce and Information Society Services (hereinafter: the Act),
the operator of a web store is obliged to provide the GTC in such a way that the user can store and retrieve them.
The storage of the GTC is guaranteed if the consumer:
can save the entire content of the website on his computer (saving option available), or print the entire content of the website (printing option available), or
download the GTC in a separate file format (pdf or doc) to his computer (download option available).
Information obligation for web stores:
The Law and Government Regulation No. 45/2014 (26.II.) on the detailed rules of contracts between consumers and entrepreneurs (hereinafter: Government Regulation) impose a number of information obligations on online stores.
Such mandatory information provisions can be found, for example, in Sections 4 and 5 of the Ectv. and Sections 11 and 15 of the Government Regulation. The business must provide the consumer with the information required by Article 11(1) of the Government Regulation in clear and plain language or provide it to the consumer on a medium suitable for distance communication.
The information provided on a durable medium must be legible. Where a payment obligation is imposed on the consumer in a distance contract, the business shall draw the consumer’s attention clearly and unambiguously to the information referred to in Article 11(1)(a), (e), (f), (p), (q) and (r) immediately before the consumer makes his contractual declaration.
(2) After the conclusion of a contract concluded in an online store, the business shall provide the consumer with a confirmation of the concluded contract on a durable medium within a reasonable period of time, but no later than the time of delivery in the case of a contract for the sale of goods or the time of commencement of the provision of services in the case of a contract for the provision of services. The confirmation must contain the information referred to in Article 11(1) of the Government Decree, unless the business has already provided it to the consumer on a durable medium before the conclusion of the contract.
Content of the GTC:
As explained above, the entrepreneur is therefore obliged to inform the consumer about a number of things. Taking into account the fact that most of the information to be provided is independent of the products sold in the online store (e.g. the information about the operator), the GTC therefore allow the entrepreneur to inform the consumer about most of the information subject to the information obligation in the required manner.
Information about the use of the online store, the ordering process:
-When the customer makes a purchase, a confirmation email is sent for tracking purposes.
-Delivery and payment terms are available during the checkout process.
-Online credit card payments are processed through the Barion system. Credit card information is not shared with the merchant.
The service provider Barion Payment Zrt. is an institution supervised by the National Bank of Hungary, license number H-EN-I-1064/2013.
Other useful information:
Please note that the customer is subject to a payment obligation after ordering or purchasing goods. Delivery information: Usually takes no more than 3 working days.