Terms and Conditions

1. Scope

For all orders via our online shop the following terms and conditions apply.

2. Contractor, Contract of Sale

The purchase contract is made with Musikverlag David McNaughtan (McNaughtan Publishing).

By placing the products in the online shop we submit a binding offer to conclude a contract on this article. You can initially insert our products in the cart without obligation and correct your entries before sending your binding order any time by using using correction tools laid down and explained in the order procedure. The contract is concluded by accepting the offer of the goods contained in the basket by clicking the order button. Immediately after sending the order you will receive a confirmation by e-mail.

A binding contract may also previously come about as follows:

If you choose the payment method PayPal, the contract is concluded at the time of your confirmation of the payment instruction to PayPal.

The languages available for the contract ​​are German and English.

We save the contract text and send you the order data and our conditions via e-mail. The terms and conditions can be viewed on this page at any time. In the interest of security, your previous orders are no longer available on the Internet.

3. Delivery
Delivery is by post and is free of charge all over the world (sea/land). Delivery per Airmail (Priority) is available outside Germany for a small extra charge, see the offer made during the checkout process. Orders over €120.00 brutto are sent per Airmail free of charge and are marked as such automatically.
We only deliver orders to packing stations which have been prepaid via PayPal.

4. Payment
In our shop you have the following payment method available:

  • Paypal
    You pay the invoice amount to the online payment service Paypal. You must be registered there or register, legitimise with your login and confirm the payment instruction to us. You will receive further information during the ordering process.

5. Retention of title
The goods remain our property until full payment.

6. Transport damage
If goods are delivered with obvious damages, please file a complaint immediately with the postal authorities and contact us. The failure of a complaint or contact has no consequence for your legal rights and their enforcement, especially your warranty rights. However it helps us to make our own claims against the carrier or transport insurance.

7. Warranties
Unless hereinafter expressly agreed otherwise, the statutory warranty rights apply.The statute of limitations is for used items one year after delivery of the goods.The foregoing limitations and reductions of time limits do not apply to claims due to damage caused by us, our legal representatives or agents

  • injury to life, limb or health
  • for intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty and fraudulent intent
  • in breach of contractual obligations, the fulfillment of which renders a correct execution of the contract and on whose compliance the signatory can trust (cardinal obligations)
  • if agreed as part of a warranty promise
  • as far as the scope of the Product Liability Act is opened.

Shopuld a product be faulty, we will replace it free of charge; please get in touch with us before sending it back so that we can work out what to do with a minimum of inconvenience for you.

8. Liability
For claims due to damage caused by us, our legal representatives or agents, we are liable always unlimited

  • injury to life, limb or health
  • for intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty
  • If agreed upon warranty promise
  • as far as the scope of the Product Liability Act is opened.
  • For breach of contractual obligations whose fulfillment is essential to the proper execution of the contract and on whose observance the contractual partner may regularly trust (cardinal obligations) by slight negligence by us, our legal representatives or agents is the amount of liability to the foreseeable when the contract loss limited, must be expected to incur typically.

Otherwise, claims for damages are excluded.

9. Online Dispute Resolution
Online Dispute Resolution in accordance with Article 14, Section 1 of ODR-VO:.. The European Commission provides a platform for online dispute resolution (OS) under http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/