General terms and conditions of sale (Updated: 01/08/2019)
These terms and conditions of sale are concluded on the one hand by LIVRES & MANUSCRITS, whose registered office is at 5 rue du Cambodge, 75020 Paris, registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 848 053 237 hereinafter referred to as "Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois" and on the other hand by any natural person using the www.livresetmanuscrits.com website, hereinafter referred to as "the user".
1. Application of the general terms and conditions of sale
These General Terms and Conditions of Sale are subject to Article L 441-6 of the French Commercial Code and Article L134-1 of the French Consumer Code. They are available on the website of the Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois and can be consulted freely and at any time.
The Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois may modify these general conditions at any time and without having to specify the reason, without its liability being engaged as a result.
Any changes will be posted on the site and will be effective as of the date of posting. However, only the general conditions in force at the time of conclusion of the contract shall be binding on the user.
2. Presentation of services
All items offered for sale on the www.livresetmanuscrits.com website are, unless otherwise indicated, complete and in the condition described in their description. This description is precise and allows the user to know, before the final order is placed, the physical condition and essential characteristics of the objects he wishes to acquire. The available photos cannot exhaustively define the state of the object, the user must therefore refer exclusively to the description made of it.
The website also allows users to post comments on the blog and access comments from other users.
The user also undertakes to comply with the general terms and conditions of use of the www.livresetmanuscrits.com website.
3. Orders-conclusion of contract
The user, who wishes to purchase an item, can either create an account free of charge by providing the requested information, or send us his order by post, e-mail, fax (fax) or telephone. All orders placed by telephone must be confirmed in writing.
To place an order online, he must:
- click online on the "add to basket" button corresponding to the chosen object
- to go to his basket
- enter the information necessary to create your account
- choose the payment method and the delivery method
- confirm your order after checking it and accept the General Terms and Conditions of Sale
- make the payment under the conditions provided for
The confirmation of the order implies acceptance of these general terms and conditions of sale, recognition of having full knowledge of them and waiver of the right to invoke one's own terms and conditions of purchase or other conditions.
All the data provided and the recorded confirmation will be worth proof of the transaction. The confirmation will be worth signature and acceptance of the operations carried out.
The seller will communicate by email confirmation of the recorded order.
4. Methods of payment
The items are invoiced at the prices in effect at the time of the order, plus any delivery costs. Payment is due when the order is placed, but will only be debited when it is sent.
Payments may be made:
- by bank cheque: this must be issued by a bank domiciled in metropolitan France and made payable to the order of the Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois. It should be sent to Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois, 5 rue du Cambodge, 75020 Paris, together with the order number and the e-mail address provided when registering on the site. The order will be validated upon receipt of the check,
- by bank transfer: full details on request.
Payment in 3 (three) times without charge is possible by bank check for any purchase over 800€ (eight hundred euros). The user will send his checks by dividing the total amount by the number of installments and attaching to his payment the order number and the e-mail address provided when registering on the site. The order will be validated upon receipt of the checks. The first cheque will be cashed as soon as it is received, the following ones each month until the end of the monthly payments.
At the buyer's request, a paper invoice will be sent to him.
Pursuant to Article L 121-16 and L 121-20 of the Consumer Code, the user has a period of 14 (fourteen) clear days to withdraw without penalty and without having to give any reason. However, the return costs are the responsibility of the user, the object must be returned in its original condition, in its original packaging and this according to the same terms as those of the shipment (insurance, tracking). He can exercise his right of withdrawal by e-mail at the following address: contact[at] livresetmanuscrits.com.
6. Archiving of evidence
The Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois will archive purchase orders and invoices on a reliable and durable medium constituting a faithful copy in accordance with the provisions of Article 1348 of the French Civil Code. The computerized registers of the Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois Bookstore will be considered by the parties as proof of communications, orders, payments and transactions between the parties.
7. Responsibility of the user
To register, the user will need to provide a username and password in order to log in to the site. This password is strictly confidential and the user is solely responsible for its confidentiality.
If the user notices an illegal use of his password he must inform as soon as possible the Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois at the following address: contact[at] livresetmanuscrits.com so that it can do everything possible to stop these acts.
The failure of the Librairie Ancienne Emmanuel Fradois to exercise the rights granted to it pursuant to the present contract shall in no way constitute a waiver of such rights.
If one of the provisions of these General Terms and Conditions of Use is annulled by a court decision, this decision shall not be of such a nature as to call into question the validity of the other provisions which shall continue to apply.