Right of rescission

You have the right to revoke your right to conclude a contract in writing (e.g. by letter, fax, e-mail) within 14 days without giving any reason or – if the goods are sent to you before the expiration of the term of revocation – by returning the goods. The term begins after receipt o this information in writing. To comply with the term of revocation, it is sufficient to mail a notice of revocation or send back the goods within 14 days. The notice of revocation must be addressed to:

Conwood Music Publishing, Inc.
E-Mail: arrangement@conwoodmusic.com
Web: www.conwoodmusic.com

Consequences of revocation

In the event of a valid revocation, all services and goods received by both parties and any benefits received (e.g. interest) shall be returned. If you are unable to return the received services in whole or in part, or if you can only return them in a deteriorated condition, you are obliged to pay compensation for the loss in value.This can cause you to fulfill your contractual payment obligations for the period up to revocation. This does not apply to the permission to use the goods if the deterioration of such goods is exclusively the result of their inspection - as would have been possible for the customer in a retail shop for example. Besides, you are able to avoid the obligation to pay compensation for the loss in value due to any deterioration of the goods caused by using them according to their intended purpose, by not using the goods as your property and by refraining from doing anything that might affect their value.

Goods which can be sent by parcel shipment have to be returned. Any obligations concerning the reimbursement of payments have to be fulfilled within 30 days. For you, the term begins on the day of dispatch of the notice of revocation or of the goods, for us it begins on the day of their receipt. Your right of revocation expires prematurely, if the contract is fulfilled by both sides and only with your explicit wish, before you have exercised your right of revocation.

End of revocation privacy