Legal Advice

Maxlibri brand.

The Maxlibri brand is the exclusive property of Maxlibri SRL, which also holds - unless otherwise specified - all the rights to textual and graphic content published on the site. Reproduction with any mechanical, analog or digital means of this material shall be prohibited without the consent of Maxlibri SRL, which shall nevertheless only be used for strictly personal use.

Industry regulations

Maxlibri exercises its activity in full compliance with e-commerce legislation (Legislative Decree No. 70 of April 9, 2003), privacy of personal data (Legislative Decree no. 1966 of 30 June 2003) and consumer protection in contracts at a distance (Legislative Decree No. 185 of 22 May 1999). Maxlibri also adheres to the highest standards in the field of security, quality and transaction warranties, in accordance with the specifications provided by the Qweb Certification Body.

Electronic Commerce (Legislative Decree No. 70 of 9 April 2003)

Maxlibri, in addition to the information requirements for specific goods and services, reports on the site all the personal and tax data relating to it, in compliance with the Comité-tiretrarian Electronic Commerce Directive. It also undertakes to comply with all the rules of art. 8 of Legislative Decree no. 70, including those relating to unsolicited commercial communications, direct information on the conclusion of the contract and information on the forwarding of the order.

Privacy of Personal Data (Legislative Decree 30 June 2003, No.196)

Maxlibri will process the personal data of its customers in compliance with Legislative Decree no. 196 dated June 30, 2003 (c.d. Code on the protection of personal data), which entered into force on 1 January 2004 in lieu of Law 675/96.

The customer's personal data registration, which is necessary to proceed with the purchase of the products through the site, will only be effected at the time of purchase, allowing the user to retain the anonymity so far. In any case, it will be preceded by a special statement and, where necessary, by the express consent of the person concerned. The customer can directly modify his / her data after having identified himself by surname and password, again giving consent to the treatment. You can also contact Maxlibri at any time to have information or to request the deletion of your data.

Consumer protection (Legislative Decree No. 185 of 22 May 1999)

Before the conclusion of any contract, the consumer will receive in Italian all the information relating to the identity of the supplier, the essential characteristics of the goods or service, at the price (including taxes, taxes and delivery charges), payment methods and delivery. The customer will also be informed of the existence of the right of withdrawal and of the ways in which he will have to return the books.

The consumer will receive confirmation by e-mail of all the above information, in addition to specific information on the terms and conditions for exercising the right of withdrawal, which can be done without any penalty and without specifying the reason, within the terms of all 'art.5 of Legislative Decree n.185 / 99.

In the case of payment by means of paper, it is also noted that the clauses referred to in Article 8 of Legislative Decree No.185 / 99 will be respected, with consequent entitlement to the payment card institution to re-accredit the consumer payments of which it demonstrates the surplus of the agreed price or the fraudulent use of its payment card by the supplier or by a third party

Legal conciliation on line

Maxlibri declares to adhere to the online conciliation procedures of the Chamber of Commerce of Florence. Through this non-litigation tool, which can be accessed simply by connecting to the Internet, interested parties rely on an impartial and independent subject, expert in the specific subject matter of the dispute, to take them to an agreement without imposing any decision. All information on how to proceed is available through the C.C.I.A.A. of Florence at URL: www.fi.camcom.it, or by e.mail to: camera.arbitrale@fi.camcom.it.