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I am a Czech national living just at the Polish border. I want to buy a laptop online at Polish online store called Morele.net. The store offers the goods to be sent to a Polish post office for pickup (Poczta Polska - Odbiór w Placówce). I am able to fill my Czech address on their site for invoicing and still get the "pickup at post" option. Am I eligible for the 14-day return period that is offered by the company (zwrot) just in case there is a problem with the goods?

The terms of the site are here:

The main question is whether these conditions (and polish laws) apply for a non-polish national too when the business is done in Poland (pickup at post). I guess the 14-day return period is a part of polish law (Czech law has exactly the same thing too).

My guess would be since both Czech Republic and Poland are members of European Union, the terms should be the same for all EU citizens. In case of the return, I would simply send the laptop back to Morele from a Polish post office.

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    Sort of sounds like you answered your own question. Is there any reason to believe the nationality of the purchaser could be a factor in these warranties? – feetwet Oct 19 '15 at 16:10
  • My hope is there is no such a reason, but I am not a lawyer, that is why I am asking... Surely the question could be generalized as you say - I guess a Polish law should apply for anything (or most of things) anyone (be it a Polish national or a foreigner) does on a Polish "ground"? – Kozuch Oct 19 '15 at 16:14
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    U have an update: I asked the support of Morele.net and they confirmed I am eligible for the 14-day return period (seems like a foreigner has the same "rights" as Polish national). – Kozuch Oct 26 '15 at 9:07

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