WEBSITE Terms and Conditions https://wepere.com/
This document defines the relevant terms and conditions of use with reference to the website https://wepere.com/ (hereinafter referred to as the Website).
By accessing and browsing the Website using any computer, smartphone, tablet or other devices, you confirm that you have carefully read and accepted this document containing the Terms and Conditions of Use of the Website https://wepere.com/.
2. PURPOSE OF THE SERVICE PROVIDED BY BROWSING THE WEBSITE
The Website provides technical information on the devices sold by the Owner and on the different problem areas dealt with and allows users to be contacted to satisfy their specific requests (the Service – optional) by filling in a specific form (contact form for commercial, technical, after-sales assistance).
It allows the user interested in the devices sold by the Owner to purchase the products through the specific features on the Website (the Online Shop Service – optional).
Finally, it allows interested users to subscribe to the newsletter and view the content posted on the blog page.
3. OWNER OF THE RIGHTS CONCERNING THE WEBSITE
The owner of the Website is:
via Enzo Ferrari n. 2
30037 – Scorzè (VE)
Owner’s email address: email@example.com
The licence does not include any right to access, use or disclose the original source code to the User. The techniques, algorithms and procedures contained in the Website and related documentation are the exclusive property of the Owner or its licensor.
4. CONDITIONS FOR BROWSING THE WEBSITE
The User declares that he/she meets the following requirements:
- the User is an adult or if a minor has reached the age required by the applicable law (14 years old). Browsing by persons under the age of 14 is not permitted.
- The user using the Online Shop Service is of legal age.
- the User is not located in a country subject to a government embargo by the United States of America or a country included on the list of states sponsoring terrorism by the Government of the United States of America;
- the User is not on any United States Government list of prohibited contractors;
5. WEBSITE UPDATE. COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LEGISLATION
The Owner takes the utmost care to ensure that the content available on the Website does not violate applicable legislation or the rights of third parties. However, it is not always possible to achieve this result.
In such cases, without prejudice to the rights and claims that may be legally exercised, Users are requested to address their complaints to the contact details specified in this document.
6. USE AND LIMITATIONS
Users are not authorised to use the content in any way that is not necessary or implied in the correct use of the Service.
In particular, but without exclusion, Users are prohibited from copying, downloading, sharing beyond the limits specified below, modifying, translating, processing, publishing, transmitting, selling, licensing, transforming, transferring/selling to third parties or creating derivative works from the content available on the Website, to allow third parties to undertake such activities through their User account or device, even without their knowledge.
Where expressly stated, the User is authorised to download, copy and/or share certain content available on the browsing page exclusively for personal and non-commercial purposes and provided that the attribution of authorship of the work is observed as well as the indication of any other relevant circumstances required by the Owner.
The limitations and exclusions provided by copyright law remain unaffected.
6.1. Purposes in the use of the Website, the Service and the Online Shop Service
The Website, the Service and the Online Shop Service may only be used for the purposes for which they are offered, in accordance with these Terms and Conditions and applicable law.
It is the User’s sole responsibility to ensure that the use of the Website and/or the Services does not violate the law, regulations or the rights of third parties.
Therefore, the Owner reserves the right to adopt all appropriate measures to protect its legitimate interests, and in particular to deny the User access to the Website or the Services, terminate contracts, report any censurable activity carried out through browsing or the accessible Services to the competent authorities – e.g. the judicial or administrative authorities – whenever the User commits or is suspected of committing:
- violations of law, regulations and/or the Terms;
- infringement of the rights of third parties;
- acts that may significantly affect the legitimate interests of the Owner;
- offences to the Owner or a third party.
6.2. Interruption of the Service
To ensure the best possible level of service, the Owner reserves the right to discontinue the browsing and/or the Service for maintenance purposes, system updates or for any other change, giving appropriate notice to Users.
In addition, the Website and/or the Service may be unavailable due to causes beyond the Owner’s reasonable control, such as force majeure (e.g. strikes, infrastructural malfunctions, blackouts, etc.).
Users should ensure that they read the policy and give their consent to the processing of their data, where necessary, before activating the services provided.
8. CHANGES TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The Owner reserves the right to modify the Terms at any time if justified reasons and needs arise. In this case, the Owner will give appropriate notice of the changes to the Users. The changes will only affect the relationship with the User in the future. Continued use of the Website and/or the Service implies the User’s acceptance of the updated Terms and Conditions. If the User does not wish to accept the changes, he/she must cease using the Service. Failure to accept the updated Terms and Conditions may result in either party’s right to terminate the Agreement.
The previous applicable version shall continue to govern the relationship until accepted by the User. This version can be requested from the Owner.
If required by applicable law, the Owner will specify the date by which the changes to the Terms and Conditions will become effective.
9. ASSIGNMENT OF RIGHTS RELATING TO THE WEBSITE
The Owner reserves the right to transfer, assign, dispose of, novate or contract out any or all of the rights and obligations under these Terms and Conditions, having regard to the legitimate interests of the Users and the maintenance of the same protection of rights as provided for herein.
10. APPLICABLE LAW AND PLACE OF JURISDICTION
These Conditions and all disputes concerning their execution, interpretation and validity are subject to Italian law and to the exclusive jurisdiction of the court of the place where the Owner is based.
If the User is a consumer pursuant to Article 3 of the Consumer Code, the mandatory territorial jurisdiction is identified in the judge of the place of residence or domicile of the consumer, if located in the territory of the Italian State, without prejudice to the User-consumer’s right to bring a case before a judge other than the “consumer court” pursuant to Article 66 bis of the Consumer Code, with territorial jurisdiction according to one of the criteria set out in Articles 18, 19 and 20 of the Italian Code of Civil Procedure.