Please remember that, if you are a consumer according to Art. 3, 1st paragraph, letter a) of the Consumer Code, in cases where a dispute between you and THE LUXER could not be settled further to a complaint submitted directly by you to THE LUXER, the latter shall provide you with the information about the Alternative Dispute Resolution entity or entities (so called “ADR entities”, as set forth by Articles 141-bis et ss. of the Consumer Code) for consumer disputes resolution, specifying whether or not it will make use of the relevant ADR entities to settle the dispute. Furthermore, we inform you that a European platform for online dispute resolution for consumer disputes (so called “ODR platform”) has been established. The ODR platform is available at the following address http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/ ; through the platform you may find a list of the ADR entities and relevant link to their websites, as well as start an online dispute resolution procedure for resolving your dispute. For any cross-border disputes relative to the application, execution or interpretation of our General Conditions of Sale, if you habitually reside or possess an address in one of the member states of the European Union which is not an address in Italy, you may apply for a claim under European State procedure for the purposes of resolving a reasonable dispute, as per your consumer rights under Regulation CE no. 861/2007. This application must be made before a competent court, solely on the condition that the claim for dispute does not exceed Euro 5,000.00 (excluding all relative legal expenses) from the date that the competent court receives the application. Further information on the abovementioned Regulation can be found on the following website: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/eli/reg/2007/861/oj .
Regardless the outcome of the out-of-court procedure, your rights to resort the court competent for the settlement of your dispute with THE LUXER, as well as to start, where applicable, an out-of-court dispute resolution procedure pursuant to Chapter V, Title II-bis of the Consumer Code are safe. For any further information, please Contact Us.