1. Website services provided
1.1 This website has been created by Publior Company, hereinafter referred to as the "Company" in order to provide direct information about its products and services and to enable the possibility of placing an online order remotely. The present terms of operation and use of the website www.publior.com constitute binding rules, which the Company applies when providing the following information society services to users. The non-compliance of the users of the website with them shall entail the removal of any liability of the Company in relation to any affected natural or legal persons, while the users acknowledge the right of the Company to modify provisions of these terms and conditions, insofar as they do not affect sales contracts already concluded. The user visiting the website acknowledges that he/she has read these terms, agrees with them and undertakes to comply with them, both in the context of the contract established by accepting them and in the context of any contract established through the use of this website.
1.2. Access, browsing and interaction on the website
1.2.2 The visitor of the website has, at a time that the Company decides to activate or deactivate, the possibility, by submitting his/her name and e-mail address, to receive newsletters of the Company in his/her e-mail. If he ceases to be interested in receiving the newsletters, he is given the opportunity to declare via e-mail his wish to stop receiving them.
1.3 Information society service provider
1.3.1 The Company is the provider of the information society services provided through the present website www.publior.com, in the sense that these terms are defined by Decree 131/2003 ("Adaptation to Directive 2000/31 of the European Parliament and of the Council on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce, in the internal market (Directive on electronic commerce)", Government Gazette 116/A/16.5.2003).
1.3.2 In the context of the obligation to provide general information, pursuant to Article 4 of Decree 131/2003, as a provider of information society services, the Company informs that:
(a) its distinctive title is "Publior".
(b) the geographical address at which the Company is established is: 25 Archelaou 25, 11635 Athens, Greece
(c) The Company's contact details are: email@example.com, telephone number 2107299989
(d) The Company is registered in the General Commercial Register (G.E.M.I.) under No. 004367101000.
(e) The Company's VAT number is 099987153 and the VIES number EL099987153.
1.4.1 The visitor of the website has the possibility to contact the Company by e-mail by filling in the special form for sending a message (each request has a special form to be filled in), or in any other way provided for in the "Contact" sub-page of this website (postal address).
2. Ordering services and consumer protection
2.1 All Publior services are provided by digital means. Their presentation on Publior's website has the character of an invitation to users to submit a proposal for a contract and does not in any way constitute a commitment by the Company to their availability. The prices of the services and offers are valid for as long as they are displayed on the website.
2.2.1 The visitor of the website has the possibility to enter into a valid order, provided that he/she is legally competent according to the Greek Civil Code, i.e. if he/she has reached the eighteenth (18) year of age and is not under legal representation for the conclusion of a sales contract. Orders may also be placed by legal entities.
(a) the completion of a form with the provision of the necessary data for the conclusion of the sales contract,
(b) the unconditional acceptance of the terms of the sales contract with regard to the type of service sold, the quantity, the price including taxes and other costs, the way the transaction is carried out.
2.2.3 The placing of an order constitutes the conclusion of a distance selling contract, in accordance with the relevant legal framework (Law 2251/1994, as amended and in force, Decree 131/2003). The consumer is informed by the Company via the website before submitting the relevant form and completing the order:
(a) the identity, address and contact details of the Company
(b) the essential characteristics of the product as described on the relevant sub-pages.
(c) the total price, including VAT and any other charges.
(d) the method of payment.
(e) the period of validity of the tender or price
(f) the terms and manner of exercising the right of withdrawal in accordance with the terms of Articles 3e - 3b of Law 2251/1994, together with a model withdrawal statement.
(g) the existence of the seller's liability for actual defects and lack of agreed qualities in accordance with Articles 534 et seq. of the Civil Code.
(h) the functional capabilities of the digital content, together with the applicable technical protection measures, as well as any typical interoperability of the digital content with hardware or software of which the Company is aware.
See. Annex on Digital Books
(i) the procedure for filing and reviewing complaints
By submitting the order form, the consumer agrees that he/she is aware of all the above information and receives online confirmation and a copy of the order, which he/she can save. Each contract drawn up with the Company through this website is drawn up in Greek and a copy of it is registered in the Company's file.
2.2.4 The method of payment of the price is chosen by the Company and includes the possibility of credit card billing, the use of PayPal system or the deposit of the amount in the Company's bank account.
2.2.5. The Company's services are provided digitally to users who have downloaded the Publior App (WIN and MAC versions) on their devices.
2.2.6. Order procedure
All registered users teachers on the Publior App have the right to create a completely free account to evaluate Publior's services. If they judge the App positively, they proceed to purchase student places or student/teacher places if they are educational institutions and companies.
2.2.7 For any technical problem or error, please contact the Company directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
The consumer has the right to withdraw without notice within fourteen (14) calendar days, if no longer period has been agreed, without incurring any costs. This period shall commence from the activation of a subscription account. In order to exercise the right of withdrawal, the consumer may complete and send the relevant withdrawal form provided to him at the time of placing the order.
2.3.2 Defective product and service or lack of agreed quality:
Publior provides users of its services with full and functional access to its platform free of charge and without time limitation (restrictions apply to ensure good practice of correct use). Publior therefore assumes that users have verified any feature or weakness of the system before making any purchase.
2.3.3 Information and other consumer rights
Before placing an order, the visitor/user of our website takes note of the following:
a) the main characteristics of the services ordered.
b) the main characteristics of the services offered by the Customer.
c) the geographical address where the Shop is located, his/her e-mail address, so that he/she can communicate with the Shop quickly and efficiently.
d) the total price of the goods or services, including VAT and any other taxes or charges and any additional charges relating to the mode of shipment or delivery.
(e) that the consumer will not be charged a cost for using the internet.
(f) The correct arrangement of the payment method.
g) That by entering into a contract with the Shop, the consumer has the right of withdrawal, as stated below.
h) that the Shop is liable for actual defects and lack of agreed properties according to Articles 534 et seq. of the Civil Code, as well as that it provides further commercial guarantee and after-sales support services for the user, according to the terms stated below.
i) that the store strictly adheres to a) the Code of Conduct of the "Hellenic Association of Distance Selling and E-Commerce Enterprises" (EPAM) - a copy of which can be obtained at http://www.enepam.gr/content/97/kodikas-deontologias-/
and b) the Consumer Code of Conduct (P.D. 10/2017, Government Gazette A', sheet 23).
In the event that the Shop makes offers, these are valid until the server capacity provided by Publior for the relevant offer is exhausted.
The Shop is not liable to compensate the customer if, due to technical or other errors, its prices are not correctly updated, in particular if the prices are either particularly low or particularly high. In such a case, the customer should contact the Store by e-mail.
The Store informs that the consumer has the right to use an alternative dispute resolution body for the resolution of disputes, in accordance with Regulation 524/2013 and the Regulation 70330/2015, through the European Commission's online platform located at: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/index.cfm?event=main.home.chooseLanguage
In cases where the Store is liable for an actual defect or lack of agreed quality, the buyer is entitled at his/her option: 1. to demand, without charge, the repair or replacement of the product with another, unless such action is impossible or requires disproportionate costs; 2. to reduce the price; or 3. to withdraw from the contract, except in the case of a minor actual defect. A property is agreed upon when it has been agreed upon in writing. These rights of the customer shall lapse after two years.
Our web presence attaches great importance to the security of user information and we have taken all necessary measures to ensure it. Whenever a user sends personal data through our Sites, this data is protected both at the network (online) and non-network (off-line) level. In particular, the computers used to store information of the users of our web presentation are located in a special area, where access to them is possible only for personnel authorised in writing, are recorded and the best security measures are used.
3.2 Deletion of information
When completing an application on our website, the user may, by selecting the relevant option, request that his/her data, in particular his/her e-mail address, not be used for purposes other than for the use of the functions of our website. The user may choose whether or not he wishes to receive such information in the future and may at any time request that this information be stopped.
3.3 Unsolicited e-mail
Our Company limits the sending of e-mails to recipients who have previously consented to receive e-mails whose content is relevant to the respective service, and the recipient can unsubscribe from the list of recipients by following the link provided in each e-mail. If, despite the deletion of the user from the list of recipients, the user continues to receive unsolicited e-mails, the user is invited to inform us of this by e-mail at email@example.com, so that we can take legal action against any infringer of our company's policy. This article does not apply to the messages received by the user in the context of the notification.
4. Intellectual property rights
4.1 Rights to distinctive titles, domain names and trademarks.
Publior's distinctive titles, trademarks and domain names on which the website is displayed are the property of the company.
4.2 Intellectual property rights
All graphic layouts, copyright programs, texts, icons, original photographic material and the layout of the entire website are the property of the company. The Company retains all copyrights with respect to the content and copies created on the basis thereof. The content of the website is made available to visitors/users for their personal use. The content is subject to change without notice at the Company's discretion.
4.3.The suigeneris copyright on the database
With regard to the database of the website, the Company is a "database developer" with the special rights under article 45A of Law 2121/1993 and the relevant European Community institutional framework. In this context, the extraction and/or reuse of all or a substantial part of the content of the database is prohibited, regardless of the protection of the database according to the general provisions on intellectual property. Furthermore, the repeated and systematic extraction and/or re-utilisation of substantial parts of the contents of the database in such a way as to prejudice the normal exploitation of the database by the Company shall be prohibited.
The Company reserves the right to initiate civil, administrative and criminal legal actions against anyone who makes illegal use and exploitation of its assets described above under 4.1 - 4.3.
4.4. Use of links to third-party websites (links)
5. Limitation of liability of the Company
The content of the website is provided "as is" and the Company makes no warranty, express or implied, regarding the completeness, accuracy, timeliness, merchantability, non-infringement or fitness for any use, application or purpose of such content. The Company, under any circumstances, including negligence, shall not be liable for any form of damage suffered by the visitor/user of the pages, services, options and contents of the website, which he/she undertakes on his/her own initiative and with knowledge of these terms. Also, the Company does not guarantee that the pages, services, options and contents will be provided without interruption, without errors, that errors will be corrected or that answers will be given to all questions raised. Similarly, the Company does not guarantee that the website or any other related website or the servers through which the content is made available to visitors/users will be provided free of "viruses" or other harmful components. The cost of any corrections or services is borne by the visitor/user and in no case by the Company.
6. Applicable law
6.1 The above terms and conditions of use of this website, as well as any modification or change thereof, are governed by national law, Community law and relevant international treaties. Any provision of the above terms is found to be contrary to the aforementioned legal framework or is rendered invalid, shall automatically cease to be valid and shall be removed from the present, without in any way affecting the validity of the other terms. The present constitutes the entire agreement between the administrator of the website and the visitor/user of its pages and services and is binding only on them. No modification of these terms will be taken into account and will not form part of this agreement, unless it has been expressed in writing and incorporated herein.
For any dispute arising from the use of the services or for any other reason between the user and the Company, Greek law is applicable and the courts of Athens are competent.
REGISTRATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF A BUYER'S SYNDROME BUYER'S LOG IN TO Publior App
For the subscription use of the service in Publior App, the user must register by providing a username, password and e-mail. During registration the user agrees to provide true, accurate, valid and complete information. If the user provides untrue, inaccurate, outdated or incomplete information, or if Publior has reasonable grounds to suspect that such information is untrue, inaccurate, outdated or incomplete, Publior may suspend or refuse to provide the service. The user is responsible for keeping his/her user code secret and is fully responsible for all operations carried out with his/her user code. The user must immediately notify Publior of any unauthorised use of his/her user code or any other breach of security. Publior shall not be liable for any damage or loss arising from the user's failure to comply with the above obligations.
By registering for the Publior App, the customer agrees to receive any email notifications and updates sent to inform him/her of the latest book postings, as well as any other relevant news. Notwithstanding the above, the user of the service may notify to stop automatic notification whenever he/she wishes.
Appendix: Digital books
The reading of digital books sold through partner publishers, teachers, educational institutions, bookstores and others is done in the PUBLIOR APP. The sale is made through alphanumeric codes available for a price.
The PUBLIOR APP is available free of charge on the Publior website and works on Windows PC, MAC, ANDROID tablets, IPAD and mobile phones with a screen over 6 inches and a minimum horizontal resolution of 600px (Specifications are published on the website www.publior.com).