The trader has an obligation to supply the goods ordered by the consumer:
- within the period specified in the contract
- Within a period of 30 days (within the deadline specified by law) - if the parties have not agreed on the term of delivery in the contract
- in the additional time period - if the goods have not been delivered within the time period specified in the contract or law
Unsolicited Item Delivery:
- the trader is obliged to supply the goods ordered by the consumer
- the consumer has the right to refuse to accept unsolicited goods
The right of the consumer to terminate the contract unilaterally:
- If the goods are not delivered within an additional time limit
- Special cases - agreement on the deadline for additional delivery is not required if:
- trader has refused to supply the item
- delivery within the period specified in the contract is considered to be relevant in the context of the nature of the contract concluded.
- the consumer has informed the trader prior to the conclusion of the contract that the supply is essential within the time limit specified in the contract.
The obligation of the trader to repay the amounts of money paid by the consumer:
- Where the consumer has unilaterally resigned from a distance contract because the trader has not delivered within the time limit, the trader shall be obliged to repay to the consumer, without undue delay, all amounts of money paid by the consumer under the contract.