The Rules On Outside Regular Outlets Or Service Location To Be Included In The Contract Concluded By The Information And Exercise The Right Of Withdrawal Deadlines And Procedures

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par ārpus pastāvīgās tirdzniecības vietas vai pakalpojumu sniegšanas vietas noslēgtajā līgumā ietveramo informāciju un atteikuma tiesību realizēšanas termiņu un kārtību

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/133939

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 320 in Riga, 2006 April 25 (Mon. 24. § 18) the rules on standing outside outlets or service locations to be included in the contract concluded and the exercise of the right of the period within which, and the procedure of the implementation released under consumer protection law, article 9, the second part of rule 1 defines the information contained in the agreement concluded outside the regular trade or service locations (hereinafter-the agreement), as well as the realization of the right of withdrawal period and order. 2. the rules shall not apply to: 2.1 real estate construction, purchase and lease contracts or contracts for other rights relating to immovable property, except for contracts for the supply of goods and their inclusion in the real property and contracts for repairing immovable property;
2.2. the food supply of goods which are intended for immediate use in the household and who constantly supply sales agent;
2.3. insurance contracts;
2.4. Securities contracts;
2.5. contracts for the supply of goods or services, concluded, on the basis of a trader's catalogue which the consumer can familiarize themselves without the presence of a representative of a dealer, and dealer representative is provided for the continuity of the contract the consumer in relation to the specific transaction or any subsequent transaction. Both the catalogue and the contract clearly inform the consumer of his right to return goods to the supplier at the time, being not less than 14 days after receiving them, or the right of withdrawal to be used at this time without any obligations, except for due diligence against the goods. 3. the contract shall contain the following information: 3.1 the seller or service provider name (trade name), registration number and date, name, address and phone (if any);
3.2. Description of the goods or services and the price;
3.3. information on the right of withdrawal. 4. the seller or the service provider, through a contract with a consumer or a consumer's offer until after (if the consumer is bound by his offer, as well as the expressed if the offer is binding only when it is accepted by the seller or the service provider), issued by consumer protection law for refusal specified in the form in which and the date by which you can identify a specific contract. Stating that the consumer has received the withdrawal form, made the mark to the refusal of the copy of the form. 5. the customer is entitled to use the right of withdrawal and unilaterally withdraw from the contract within 14 calendar days, sending the seller or service provider refusal form or a written denial. The right of withdrawal period shall run from the date when the customer has received the goods or parts of goods (goods), or from the date of conclusion of the contract, if the services are provided. 6. If the consumer exercises his right of withdrawal, he shall be returned to the seller or service provider product or thing in the place in which it was received, or in a place specified by the consumer if it does not disturb the seller or service provider. The seller or the service provider to reimburse the consumer for all his contributions. 7. Compliance with these rules is supervised by the consumer rights protection centre. 8. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 21 September 1999, Regulation No 327 "rules for contracts concluded outside the undertaking (company) or standing trade service" (Latvian journal, 1999, 313./316.nr.). Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of Europe 20 December 1985 of Directive 85/577/EEC to protect the consumer in respect of contracts negotiated away from business premises. Prime Minister a. Halloween economic ministers-Minister of education and science Rivž of B.