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General Conditions of Sale

Clause No. 1: Purpose

The general conditions of sale described below detail the rights and obligations of the Aïkido Harmonie association and its client in the context of the sale of Courses, clothing or any other products marketed by the association.
Any service provided by the Aïkido Harmonie association therefore implies the buyer's unreserved acceptance of these general conditions of sale.

Clause no. 2: Compliance with the internal regulations

Purchasing and participating in the course commits the person to respecting the internal regulations of the harmony association.

Clause No. 3: Price

The prices of the goods sold are those in effect on the day the order is taken. They are labeled inclusive of tax.
The Aïkido Harmonie association grants itself the right to modify its prices at any time. However, it undertakes to invoice the goods ordered at the prices indicated when the order is registered.

Prices can be consulted on the association's website and on the Internal Regulations.

Clause No. 4: Payment terms

Payment for orders is made:

  • either by check only for French nationals;

  • either by bank card;

  • or in cash on site.

When registering the order, the buyer must pay the amount due in full.

Clause No. 5: Withdrawal of goods

The goods are withdrawn at the place of the annual course. No deliveries will be made.

Clause No. 6: Reimbursement

Any reimbursement request presented to the office one week before the start of the course will be honored at 95%.

After this date and before the start of the course, a 50% refund is granted.
For a full refund (except for costs incurred), requests must be justified (incapacitating injury, loss of employment, etc.). The office reserves the right to respond negatively after studying the request in question.

Any reimbursement request occurring after the start of the internship will be studied by the office.

The membership fee is non-refundable.

Goods sold are non-refundable.

Clause No. 7: Competent court

Any dispute relating to the interpretation and execution of these general conditions of sale is subject to French law.

Failing an amicable resolution, the dispute will be brought before the Commercial Court.

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