Terms & Conditions

1. Agreement
The agreement between the buyer and MapItEasy consists of the information that the buyer receives in the ordering solution, as well as these terms and conditions.

2. Contact
MapItEasy AS
Stenslivegen 58
2817 Gjøvik
Norway
MapItEasy can also be contacted through the contact form on the website.

3. Prices
The total price (total price) includes all fees, VAT, shipping, shipping and delivery costs for deliveries in Norway. For delivery to addresses outside of Norway, costs may be added.

4. Contract
The buyer’s order is binding when the order is registered with MapItEasy. When MapItEasy receives the buyer’s order, the order will be confirmed automatically. The buyer must carefully review the order confirmation and check that all conditions in this are in accordance with the buyer’s intention and order. If an error is detected in the order, the buyer must notify MapItEasy without undue delay after the order confirmation has been issued. The buyer can not claim reimbursement of his paid amount, even if it is found to be incorrect. However, MapItEasy will perform the appropriate measures that are practically possible to help the buyer receive the desired product.

5. Payment
MapItEasy uses the Bambora payment solution. This solution applies to your own terms and MapItEasy can not be blamed or held liable for any errors with the payment solution.
The buyer can use the following payment methods:
– Debit Cards
– Credit card

6. Delivery
Delivery has occurred when control of the item has passed on to the buyer. Delivery has occurred if the item has been placed in the buyer’s mailbox or if it has been delivered by appointment, for example, at the workplace, at the neighbor, or in the buyer’s garage. Delivery, on the other hand, has not taken place when the item is delivered to the post office or in a shop. Delivery is only done when the buyer has picked up the item.

7. The risk of the goods
The risk of the goods passes on to the buyer after he has received the goods delivered after item 6. If the consumer has asked a third party to receive or collect the goods on his behalf, the risk is overtaken by the customer when the third party has received the goods in his possession. If the goods are lost or damaged after physical take-over, the buyer carries the risk of it. If the consumer chooses a freight carrier to carry out the transport assignment and it was not the seller who offered this transport option, the risk goes on to the consumer when his own carrier has received the goods in his possession.

8. Withdraw
After the buyer has received the order confirmation, the buyer has no right to raise the purchase. All purchases that are possible to perform through MapItEasy’s online solution are the purchase of maps made according to the consumer’s specifications or which have been clearly identified. The purchase is therefore exempt from the right of cancellation pursuant to section 22 (e) of the Copyright Act.

9. Delay and non-delivery – Buyer’s rights and deadline for making claims
In addition to what is stated in Section 9 of the Terms of Sale, the buyer’s right of delay is regulated in Chapter 5 of the Consumer Purchase Act. The specific limits on which defaulting powers may be required in each case will depend on a concrete assessment. In addition, the Consumer Use Committee’s practice is shown for which moments will be relevant for each individual remedy and for the threshold.

10. Lack of Goods – Buyer’s Rights and Term of Claim
In addition to what is stated in Section 10 of the Terms of Sale, the buyer’s rights in case of defect are regulated in Chapter 6 of the Consumer Purchase Act. The specific limits on which defaulting powers may be required in each case will depend on a concrete assessment. In addition, it is shown to the Consumer Disputes Committee’s practice for which moments will be relevant for each individual remedy and for the threshold.

11. Seller’s right to buyer’s default
In addition to what is stated in Section 11 of the Terms of Sale, the seller’s right to the buyer’s breach is governed by Chapter 9 of the Consumer Purchase Act. The specific limits on which defaulting powers may be required in each case will depend on a concrete assessment. In addition, the Consumer Use Committee’s practice is shown for which moments will be relevant for each individual remedy and for the threshold.

12. Warranty
MapItEasy issues no warranty with its products.

13. Privacy
MapItEasy does not store any personally sensitive information about the buyer.