Rules of purchase

Rules of purchase-sale of goods on ODORATA.LT online shop

  1. Definitions

1.1. Seller – UAB (private limited liability company) „PILNATVĖ“, company code 303652854, registered office:41 Janydžių St., Janydžiai khutor (single-homestead settlement), Anykščiai.

1.2. Odorata.lt – online shop at odorata.lt.

1.3. Purchaser– 1) natural person who has reached the age of majority and whose legal capacity has not been restricted by court; 2) minor person of sixteen to eighteen years of age who has a consent of his parents or guardians; 3) legal entity; 4) duly authorised representatives of the persons referred to above.

1.4. Parties – Purchaser and Seller.

1.5. Personal details – any information related to a natural person as a data subject whose identity is known or may be directly or indirectly disclosed by use of such data as personal code (ID No) or one or several features of physical, physiological, psychological, economic, cultural or social nature which are characteristic to such person.

1.6. Rules – present „Rules of Purchase-Sale of Goods in ODORATA.LT Online Shop“.

1.7. Account – result of the Purchaser’s registration in odorata.lt whereupon a separate account storing his personal data and history of orders is created.

1.8. Privacy policy – document approved by the Seller providing the main rules for gathering, accumulating, handling and storing personal data.

  1. General provisions

2.1. Purchaser shall confirm having read and agreed with the Rules by way of ticking the statement „I have read and hereby agree with the Conditions“. The Rules approved in this manner shall then become a legal document binding upon the Parties wherein the rights and obligations of the Purchaser and the Seller, conditions for acquiring the goods and settling accounts for them, procedure for delivering and returning of the goods, liability of the Parties as well as other provisions related to the purchase-sale of goods via odorata.lt shall be stipulated.

2.2. Purchasers (according to the definition given under Section 1.3. of the Rules) shall be the only persons entitled to purchase from odorata.lt. The Purchaser, by confirming the Rules and having read the Privacy Policy (Section 2.4. of the Rules), shall confirm that he is entitled to purchase goods on odorata.lt.

2.3. In cases of necessity or under the circumstances provided in legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania the Seller shall be entitled to amend, modify or supplement the Rules. The Purchasers shall be notified of it upon logging in odorata.lt or when purchasing the goods on odorata.lt for the first time after the new wording of the Rules comes into force.

2.4. The Purchaser shall be obliged to acquaint himself with the PRIVACY POLICY which has been approved by the Seller and publicly announced. The Purchaser shall express his consent or non-consent regarding specific ways of using Personal data of the Purchaser in accordance with the procedure provided for in the Privacy Policy itself.

2.5. When filling in the order on odorata.lt, the Purchaser shall have to enter his name, family name, domicile address, telephone number, and e-mail address. The Seller shall ensure that these data shall be used only for the purposes of purchase of the goods and direct marketing in case the Purchaser has consented to it.

2.6. By consenting to these Rules the Purchaser shall agree that informative messages required for performing ordering of goods as well as paying for them and delivery thereof shall be sent to the e-mail address indicated by him.

2.7. The Seller shall undertake not to disclose the Personal data of the Purchaser to any third parties with the exception of partners of the Seller providing the services of delivery or any other services related to due execution of the Purchaser’s order. In all other cases the Personal data of the Purchaser may be disclosed to third parties only in accordance with the procedure prescribed by legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

2.8. In cases where the Seller has a right or a duty to provide the Purchaser with information or documents via e-mail, in all cases the Purchaser himself shall be held liable for submitting the Seller with the e-mail address which is in operation and belongs to the Purchaser.

  1. Ordering of goods, occurrence of legal relations of purchase and sale

3.1. The Purchaser may order goods on odorata.lt by choosing one of the following ways:

3.1.1.by online registration on odorata.lt (by entering his registration name, e-mail and password);

3.1.2. online without registering on odorata.lt.

3.2. When ordering the goods in accordance with on of the ways specified under Sections 3.1.1.–3.1.2. of the Rules, the Purchaser shall indicate, in relevant information fields provided by the Seller, his Personal data provided for by the Privacy Policy which are necessary in order to duly execute the ordering of goods.

3.3. When the Purchaser, having selected an item or a service he wants to purchase and having added them to the basket, shall fulfill all the steps of the ordering procedure the last thereof is the selection of manner of payment and confirmation thereof, this moment shall be considered to signify the start of legal relations of purchase and sale between the Seller and the Purchaser and this shall also signify the conclusion of a purchase-sale contract. The Seller shall send a link to the valid Rules, alongside with the order confirmation, to the Purchaser by e-mail address specified by the Purchaser.

3.4. Every order made by the Purchaser shall be stored in odorata.lt database.

  1. Purchaser’s rights

4.1. The Purchaser shall have a right to purchase goods and order services in accordance with the procedure prescribed by these Rules.

4.2. The Purchaser shall have a right to dismiss order in accordance with the procedure prescribed by these Rules.

4.3. The Purchaser shall have a right to withdrawal in accordance with the procedure prescribed by these Rules.  

4.4. The Purchaser shall have a right to replace or return goods in accordance with the procedure prescribed by these Rules.         

4.5. The Purchaser shall have other rights enshrined in these Rules, Privacy Policy and legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

  1. Purchaser’s obligations

5.1. When using odorata.lt, the Purchaser shall be obliged to fulfil his undertakings, comply with the provisions of these Rules, Privacy Policy, other conditions clearly specified on odorata.lt and not to breach the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

5.2. The Purchaser shall be obliged to pay for the goods or services ordered and to accept them in accordance with the procedure prescribed by these Rules.           

  1. Seller’s rights

6.1. The Seller shall be entitled to amend, suspend or terminate the operation of certain functions of odorata.lt or part thereof as well as to amend the distribution of elements on odorata.lt.

6.2. The Seller shall have a right to suspend or terminate the activities of odorata.lt. In this case all orders of the Purchasers which have been accepted and confirmed shall be completed and new orders shall not be accepted.

6.3. The Seller shall have a right to amend the extent or manner of provision of services provided on odorata.lt, to suspend, terminate provision of services or part thereof, to tax services or part thereof.

6.4. In cases where the Purchaser attempts to hinder the stability of activities of odorata.lt, security thereof or fails to fulfil his undertakings, the Seller shall have a right, immediately and without any prior notice, to restrict or suspend the possibility of the Purchaser to use odorata.lt or to delete the account of the Purchaser in exceptional cases.

6.5. The Seller shall have a right to cancel the order without prior notice to the Purchaser in cases where the Purchaser, having selected the means of payment specified under Sections 8.2.1. or 8.2.2. of the Rules, fails to settle his accounts for the goods within 3 (three) working days.

6.6. The Seller shall have other rights enshrined in these Rules, Privacy Policy, other documents of odorata.lt and legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

  1. Seller’s obligations

7.1. The Seller shall undertake to provide the Purchaser with the possibility of using the services provided by odorata.lt under the conditions specified in these Rules and other documents of odorata.lt.

7.2. The Seller shall undertake to provide information specified in Article 6.2287 of the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania to the Purchaser on odorata.lt in a clear and understandable way.

7.3. The Seller shall undertake to respect the privacy of the Purchaser, to handle the Personal data of the Purchaser solely in accordance with the procedure prescribed by the Rules, Privacy Policy and the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

7.4. To inform the Purchaser, prior to submitting of an order, about the suspension or termination of odorata.lt functions relevant for the execution of the order as well as about the amendments specified under Sections 6.2.–6.3. of the Rules. The provision of information on odorata.lt shall be regarded as proper manner of informing the Purchaser.

7.5. The Seller shall undertake to supply the goods ordered by the Purchaser and to accept the goods returned by the Purchaser on conditions specified in the Rules.

7.6. In cases where the Seller is not able to supply the ordered goods to the Purchaser due to important reasons, he shall undertake to offer to the Purchaser an analogous item or the item features whereof are as similar to the original one as possible. Should the Purchaser refuse to accept the item offered as analogous or similar, the Seller shall undertake to return the money paid by the Purchaser within 14 (fourteen) working days if a pre-payment had been performed and to cancel the order in all cases.

7.7. Should the Seller not agree with the Purchaser’s requirements, he shall provide the consumer, not later than within 10 (ten) calendar days from the date of receipt of the claim by the Purchaser (unless the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania and the European Union provide otherwise), with a through reasoned response in writing.

7.8. The Seller shall undertake to execute other duties imposed upon the Seller in these Rules, Privacy Policy and legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

  1. Prices of goods, payment procedure and terms of payment

8.1. The prices of goods in the order form drawn up by odorata.lt shall be indicated in Euros including the amount of VAT in force at that time further to effective legal acts.

8.2. The Purchaser may settle his accounts for the goods ordered by one of the following ways:

8.2.1. online banking;

8.2.2. bank transfer.

8.3. When the Seller receives the payment for the goods, order for goods shall then be confirmed and the counting of the term for delivery shall start running.

8.4. By way of confirming the Rules the Purchaser shall agree that the documents of purchase of the goods, namely, VAT invoices, would be submitted to him by electronic means to the e-mail address specified in the Purchaser’s registration form as soon as the order is completed. VAT invoices shall contain information on the selected goods, their quantity, discounts applied, final price including all taxes and other necessary data stipulated by the legal acts governing accounting.

8.5. The price of the goods cannot change after the Seller confirms the order with the exception of cases where the price of the item has been changed due to technical error in information systems or because of other objective reasons beyond the control of the Seller. If in such case the Purchaser does not agree to purchase the item by paying the new price, the Purchaser may withdraw order by notifying the Seller thereof within 2 (two) working days. Upon cancelling the order in accordance with the procedure foreseen under this Section, the Purchaser shall receive reimbursement of all amounts previously paid by him.

  1. Delivery of goods

9.1. By ordering the goods the Purchaser may select one of three ways of supplying the goods, namely: pick-up at self-service terminal, via courier or in a post office.

9.2. The Seller shall retain the right to amend the fee of delivery of goods and the minimum amount payable for the purchase when one gets a free delivery.

9.3. The Purchaser shall undertake to specify exact place where the goods will have to be delivered.

9.4. The Purchaser shall undertake to accept the goods himself or the goods may be accepted by another specific person designated as the Recipient of the parcel.

9.5. The goods may be delivered by the Seller itself or by its authorised representative.

9.6. The Seller shall undertake to take all necessary steps so that the purchased goods will be delivered as soon as practically possible.

9.7. Upon the receipt of the goods the Purchaser must, together with the Seller or authorised representative thereof, check the condition of the parcel and the goods and to sign an invoice, bill of lading or any other documents used for transfer-acceptance of the parcel. When the Purchaser signs the invoice, bill of lading or any other document used for transfer-acceptance of the parcel, it is held that the parcel has been delivered in good order and that there are no defects of the goods attributable to reasons other than manufacturing defect nor any inconsistencies in the kitting of the item (goods) (which may be determined while inspecting the exterior of the goods). Upon noticing any defects of the package of the delivered parcel (crumpled, wet or with other external defects), any defects of the item (goods) or improper kitting of the item (goods) the Purchaser must specify this in the invoice, bill of lading or any other document used for transfer-acceptance of the parcel and, in the presence of the Seller or representative thereof, he must draw up a free format act on the defects (inconsistency) of the parcel and/or the item (goods). In case the Purchaser fails to carry out these actions, the Seller shall be exempt from liability to the Purchaser for any defects of the goods in case these defects were not caused by the manufacturing defect as well as for any inconsistencies in the kitting of the goods if these inconsistencies may be determined while inspecting the exterior of the goods.

9.8. The Seller shall supply the goods to the Purchaser in accordance with the delivery terms set out in the description of the delivery. These delivery terms shall be preliminary, besides, they do not apply in cases where there are no requested goods in the Seller’s warehouse and the Purchaser shall be duly informed about the deficiency of the goods that he had ordered. By confirming these rules the Purchaser shall agree that in exceptional cases the supply of goods may be delayed due to unforeseen circumstances beyond the control of the Seller. In this case the Seller shall undertake to contact the Purchaser immediately and to negotiate the terms for supply of the goods as well as other conditions. In case the Seller fails to deliver goods within the supplementary deadline, the Purchaser may resort to his right enshrined in Section 11.1 of the Rules and to withdraw the contract on purchase-sale of goods or services.

9.9. The Seller shall be exempt from liability for failure to comply with the deadlines of delivery of the goods if the goods are not supplied to the Purchaser or their delivery is delayed due to the fault of third parties or because of the circumstances beyond the control of the Seller.

9.10. The risk of accidental loss or perishing of goods shall pass to the Purchaser from the moment when the goods have been transferred to him.

  1. Quality guarantee and expiry date of the goods

10.1. The characteristics of each item sold by odorata.lt shall be indicated in the description of the item provided next to each item.

10.2. The goods offered for sale by the Seller are of suitable quality, i.e. characteristics of the goods are in conformity to the description of the item. An item being sold conforms to the purchase-sale contract if:

10.2.1. the item corresponds to the description provided by the Seller and has such characteristics as the item supplied by the Seller as the sample used for advertising this item on odorata.lt;

10.2.2. the item is suitable for using it for the purposes which are usually attributed to this type of goods;

10.2.3. the item corresponds to quality indicators which are usually characteristic to the goods of the same nature and which may be reasonably expected by the Purchaser based on the nature of the item and public declarations posted by the manufacturer including advertising and marking of items with regard to specific characteristics of that item.

10.3. The Seller shall not be held liable for the fact that the goods on odorata.lt may not correspond by their size, shape, colour or any other parameters to the actual size, shape, colour or any other parameters of the goods due to the specificity of the display used by the Purchaser or due to any other technical reasons. The Purchaser is recommended to get acquainted with the description of the item.

10.4. In cases where a specific expiry term is determined with regard to specific goods on the grounds of legal acts, the Seller shall undertake to sell such goods to the Purchaser so that the latter is given an actual possibility to use these goods until the end of their expiry term.

  1. Right to withdraw purchase-sale contract, procedure for replacement and return of the goods

11.1. Right to withdraw purchase-sale contract:

11.1.1. The Purchaser has a right to withdraw the contract on purchase-sale of the goods without providing reasons within 14 (fourteen) days from the conclusion of the purchase-sale contract by way of notifying the Seller of this fact. The Purchaser may not exercise this right upon concluding one of the contracts listed under Article 6.22810 (2) of the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania.

11.1.2. The Purchaser shall notify the Seller of the withdrawal of the purchase-sale contract in one of the following ways: by filing in the  sample form for withdrawing the contract (https://www.e-tar.lt/portal/lt/legalAct/dad7f330d05511e3a8ded1a0f5aff0a9) or by submitting a clear application stating his decision to withdraw the contract. The notification on withdrawal of the contract shall be sent via e-mail info@gamtospilnatve.lt. Upon receiving the Purchaser’s notification, the Seller shall immediately send him a confirmation of receipt thereof.

11.1.3. If the Purchaser has withdrawn the purchase-sale contract when the item has not been delivered to him yet, the Seller then shall document such withdrawal on the part of the Purchaser as the dismissal of the order and shall accordingly notify the Purchaser about it via e-mail address given by the latter.

11.1.4. In cases where the Purchaser has withdrawn the purchase-sale contract when the item has been delivered to him, the provisions listed under Section 11.5. of the Rules shall apply.

11.2. The rules for replacement and return of goods which are of appropriate quality:

11.2.1. In accordance with the Retail Rules approved further to the Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania No 738 of 22 July 2014, perfumery, cosmetic or toilet preparations of appropriate quality as well as printed books are categorised as goods which the Purchaser is not entitled to replace or to return.

11.2.2. As for products which are not categorised as non-returnable goods, e.g. gift coupon, the Purchaser shall have a right to replace these goods within 14 (fourteen) days from the date of transfer of these goods to him with analogous goods of other measurements, shape, colour, model or kitting. If a price difference occurs when replacing goods, the Purchaser must settle his accounts with the Seller in accordance with the re-calculated prices. The Purchaser’s notification regarding his wish to use the right provided for in this Section of the Rules shall be sent, alongside with the specification of the goods being returned, to e-mail info@gamtospilnatve.lt.

11.2.3. Upon the receipt of the goods the Seller shall undertake to replace them with the same goods but of the shape, size, colour, model or kitting specified by the Purchaser. If the Seller does not have an item suitable for replacement, the Seller shall return the money paid for the item to the Purchaser. The money shall be returned to the Purchaser within 14 (fourteen) calendar days from the date when the Seller received the Purchaser’s notification about his wish to exercise this right and in cases where the item has not been returned to the Seller by the Purchaser the deadline specified in this Section shall calculated from the date when the item was returned to the Seller.

11.2.4. By confirming these Rules the Purchaser shall agree that the money will be returned to the Purchaser’s bank account with the exception of cases where the Purchaser and the Seller agree otherwise.

11.2.5. The procedure for returning goods and money has been provided in Section 11.5. of the Rules.

11.3. Rules for replacement and returning of the goods of inappropriate quality:

11.3.1. The defects of the sold goods shall be removed and the goods of poor quality shall be replaced and returned in accordance with the procedure prescribed by these Rules and in accordance with the requirements set out in the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

11.3.2. In cases where the Purchaser has purchased goods of inappropriate quality and he has specified this in the document of transfer-acceptance of a specific item or where inappropriate quality of goods is reflected by a manufacturing defect which was present at the time when the goods were being purchased or by non-conformity to the specifications set out by the manufacturer, the Purchaser may return the goods and may choose to demand one of the following:

11.3.2.1. that the Seller removed the defects of the item on a free of charge basis and within a reasonable deadline, if such defects may be removed;

11.3.2.2. that the purchase price is reduced accordingly;

11.3.2.3. that the item is replaced with analogous item of appropriate quality, with the exception of cases where defects are slight or where they were caused by the Purchaser himself;

11.3.2.4. that the price paid is reimbursed alongside with the withdrawal of the purchase-sale contract in cases where the sale of the item of poor quality is deemed to be a material breach of the order.

11.3.3. The Purchaser may select only one of the remedies specified under Section 11.3.2. of the Rules. The Purchaser must indicate his choice when returning the item. If the Purchaser has selected one of the remedies specified under Section 11.3.2. and the Seller is not able to implement it, the Seller then shall suggest alternatives to the remedy specified under Section 11.3.2. The Purchaser shall not have the right to change the selected remedy. The Purchaser shall not have the right to withdraw the purchase-sale contract where the defect of the item is negligible.

11.3.4. If the Purchaser wants to return the goods, he must comply with the following conditions:

11.3.4.1. to notify the Seller thereof by e-mail info@gamtospilnatve.lt; such a notification must state the goods being returned;

11.3.4.2. to submit a free-format application to return the item.

11.3.5. The Purchaser may exercise his right to return the goods of inappropriate quality within 14 (fourteen) calendar days from the date when the goods had been transferred to him.

11.3.6. The Seller shall have the right not to accept the goods being returned by the Purchaser if the latter does not comply with the procedure for returning the goods as set out in the Rules.

11.3.7. The Purchaser must cover the costs of delivery of the item as well as the costs of returning thereof whereas the Seller, having made sure that the goods have been returned due to their inappropriate quality, must reimburse the costs of delivery and returning of the item sustained by the Purchaser, unless there are exceptions foreseen in the Rules. When returning the goods Section 11.5. of the Rules shall be followed.

11.3.8. The money to the Purchaser shall be returned within 14 (fourteen) calendar days from the day when the Seller received the Purchaser’s notification about the item of inappropriate quality and, in case where the Purchaser has not yet returned the item to the Seller, the deadline stipulated in this Section shall be calculated from the day when the item was returned to the Seller. By confirming these Rules the Purchaser shall agree that the money will be returned to the Purchaser’s bank account unless the Purchaser and the Seller agree otherwise.

1.3.9. No reimbursement shall be paid for the items which were damaged either deliberately or through negligence (by way of being made subject to chemical substances, water, open flame, high temperature, sharp objects etc.) or when the rules of usage or storage of the item were breached or when the goods have been used improperly or misused

11.4. Replacing and returning the goods in case of delivery of wrong goods

11.4.1. In case where wrong goods have been delivered to the Purchaser, the Purchaser shall immediately – but not later than within 7 (seven) working days – notify the Seller thereof via e-mail info@gamtospilnatve.lt  or by phone No +370 656 65 268. The Seller shall undertake to accept these goods and replace them with appropriate goods at its own expense. In case where the Seller does not have the ordered goods it will return the money paid for them by the Purchaser. The money shall be reimbursed to the Purchaser within 14 (fourteen) calendar days from the day when the Seller received the notification of the Purchaser regarding the withdrawal of the contract and, in case the item has not yet been returned to the Seller by the Purchaser, the deadline stipulated in this Section shall be calculated from the day when the item was returned to the Seller. By confirming these Rules the Purchaser shall agree that the money will be returned to the Purchaser’s bank account unless the Purchaser and the Seller agree otherwise.

11.4.2. The procedure for returning goods and money has been provided for in Section 11.5. of the Rules.

11.5. Procedure for returning goods and money:

11.5.1. The Purchaser may only exercise his right to return goods in case where the deadline set for returning of the item has not yet expired, the item has not been damaged or there were no material changes to its appearance or if the item has not been used. All returned goods must bear authentic labels and original packaging.

11.5.2. All gifts which have been supplied alongside with the ordered item shall also be returned together with that item.

11.5.3. When returning the goods the Purchaser must indicate the sender’s address and pack the item properly so that it would not be damaged during the shipping. The Seller shall not return money for the goods which have been damaged during the shipping. The Seller shall not assume any liability for the parcels which have been sent in improper packaging, bearing wrong address or when the parcels were lost or damaged during the shipping.

11.5.4. In case where the Purchaser has bought a set of goods on odorata.lt, he must return the entire set of these goods to the Seller i.e. the Purchaser may exercise his rights of returning the goods only with regard to all the goods included in that set. In case where at least one of the goods included in a set does not correspond to the requirements set out under Section 11.5.1. of the Rules, the Seller shall have the right to refuse to accept the entire set of the goods which is being returned.

11.5.5. The Purchaser, having exercised his rules under Sections 11.1.-11.4. of the Rules, must fulfil the requirements regarding returning of the goods as set out in the Rules and follow the procedure provided therein.

11.5.6. The Purchaser may return the goods by delivering them to the Seller’s trading outlets, via courier services or by mailing them. The goods must be returned to the Seller by delivering them to the address specified by the Seller in its confirmation of the receipt of notification of the contract withdrawal sent to the Purchaser.

11.5.7. In case where the item has been delivered by the Seller to the Purchaser’s home address and there is no possibility to return it by one of the manners referred to above, the Seller shall take the item back from the Purchaser at its own expense.

11.5.8. In case where the Purchaser has exercised his rights stipulated under Sections 11.1.-11.4. of the Rules, the money will be returned to him within 14 (fourteen) calendar days from the day when the Seller received the Purchaser’s notification and in case the item has not yet been returned to the Seller by the Purchaser, the deadline stipulated in this Section shall be calculated from the day when the item was returned to the Seller.

11.5.9. By confirming these Rules the Purchaser shall agree that the money will be returned to the Purchaser’s bank account unless the Purchaser and the Seller agree otherwise.

11.5.10. After exercising the rights stipulated under Sections 11.1.-11.2. of these Rules the Purchaser shall receive the following reimbursements: price of the item, costs of the delivery of the item. After exercising the rights stipulated under Sections 11.3.-11.4. of these Rules the Purchaser shall receive the following reimbursements: price of the item, costs of the delivery of the item, costs of returning the item.

11.5.11. The costs of the delivery of the item shall not be reimbursed if the option of delivery of the item selected by the Purchaser was not the optimum option suggested by the Seller.

11.5.12. The Seller shall have the right not to return the money paid by the consumer until he returns the goods to the Seller and until the goods are inspected for their conformity to Section 11.5.1. of the Rules.

11.5.13. In case where there is a difference of prices when replacing goods, the Purchaser must settle his accounts with the Seller in accordance with the re-calculated prices.

  1. Liability

12.1. The Purchaser shall be held responsible for the actions performed while using odorata.lt.

12.2. Upon registration the Purchaser shall be held responsible for the preservation of his login data and/or transfer thereof to any third parties. If a third person is using the services provided by odorata.lt by way of using the login data of the Purchaser to log in to odorata.lt, the Seller shall regard this person as the Purchaser.

12.3. The Seller shall be exempt from any liability whatsoever in cases where losses have been caused due to the fact that the Purchaser, without taking consideration of the Seller’s recommendations and his own undertakings, has failed to acquaint himself with these Rules, Privacy Policy, even though he has been provided with this possibility.

12.4. With regard to the links to the websites of other third parties provided by odorata.lt the Seller shall not guarantee that the information which may be accessed by clicking these links is true, thorough and accurate. Third parties shall be held liable for the contents, truthfulness, thoroughness and accuracy of the information provided by third parties. The Seller shall not be obliged to check the external information which is being transmitted or stored or to determine unlawful actions.

  1. Marketing measures applied by the Seller

13.1. The Seller may organise, on its own initiative, various sales or games on odorata.lt.

13.2. The Seller shall have the right to change the conditions of sales or games or to cancel them unilaterally and without a separate notice. Any such changes to the sales or cancellation thereof shall be valid from the moment of adopting such changes or cancellations.

  1. Exchange of information

14.1. Following the procedure prescribed by these Rules and the Privacy Policy, the Seller shall send all notifications to the e-mail address indicated by the Purchaser when registering on the site or when ordering goods.

14.2. The Purchaser shall address all his notifications and inquiries via the communication means specified by the Seller under the Section „Contacts“ on odorata.lt.

  1. Final provisions

15.1. These Rules have been drawn up in accordance with the provisions of the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.

15.2. The relations arising on the basis of these Rules shall be made subject to the law of the Republic of Lithuania.

15.3. All disputes arising from the compliance with these Rules shall be dealt with by negotiations. If no agreement is reached within 20 (twenty) calendar days the disputes shall be handled in accordance with the procedure prescribed by the legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.