If the buyer refuses to accept the character(s) either initially or after conditional receipt, he has 15 days to return the signs in their original condition to Art Sign Works, indicating the reasons for the non-acceptance. The only valid reasons for the buyer`s statement to explain the non-acceptance of the character are: (1) significant deviations from the design specifications (e.g.B. wrong size, false colors, wrong layout, fake materials, fake background text, poorly written text, illegible text) between the panels provided and the design specifications of the sign on the final proof that cannot be repaired by Art Sign Works, Inc or its agent; (2) mistreatment or structural problems well below professional standards for signage that cannot be remedied by Arts Sign Works, Inc. or its agent; (3) Loss, serious damage or destruction of the sign(s) occurring during the shipment that cannot be repaired by Art Sign Works, Inc. or its agent. When the parties orally agree on an exchange of value and the exchange takes place, the contract is implicitly concluded. People who buy goods in a store, use a web product or hire services make implicit contracts. The delivery of the goods or the provision of services is considered proof of the contract, even if disputes or misunderstandings sometimes occur. If the parties fail to find a solution through negotiation, they end up in court and the validity of the implied contract must be demonstrated by previous commercial experience and issues relating to the supply of goods or services in the manner intended. 3. DELIVERY AND RECEIPT.

Buyer acceptance is defined as the buyer who takes possession of the signage and does not return the signs to Art Sign Works, Inc. within 15 days. Such a hypothesis recognizes that the signage is in good condition and that the buyer is satisfied with it and that all agreed payments are due and payable From this guarantee, damage caused by the misuse of the plate after receipt until the correct installation is excluded; improper installation of signs; vandalism; an accidental impact; Frequent watering by sprinklers that hit the shield; winds or gusts of more than 70 mph; Shield that, due to wind movements, hits a pole or other hard object (for example. B shield suspended from chains that oscillate to game); bird peck or chewing damage to the squirrel or porcupine; hailstorms; and unusual operating environments such as very high temperatures, vibrations or external loads (e.g.B. ,. . . .