E-commerce businesses spread their tentacles to countries in different parts of the globe. Business in a foreign land requires efficient logistics systems and a knowledge of modern third-party E-commerce policies of the country to operate the business in a hassle-free manner.
Each country has its own pre-defined third party E-commerce policy for foreign E-stores.
In case you are looking to cater to the Swedish market, here’s a brief outline of the modern third party E-commerce policy for it:
Language for Agreements
As per the Swedish rules for an online store, the terms/agreements, etc. of the deal should be in a language that can be easily comprehended by the Swedish population. Hence, it should preferably be in Swedish.
Conflict of Laws for Purchases
In case of a sale, both the parties are free to choose which country’s laws should apply to an agreement. However, customers have the right to invoke protective legislation in their jurisdiction.
Consumers’ Withdrawal Rights
As per Swedish Distance selling and Door-to-Door selling Act, the consumer has the right to cancel the agreement for purchase within 14 days of receiving the goods.
According to Swedish law, Companies are liable for any defects that appear within six months of the purchase.
There are specific laws defined in The Electronic Commerce Act about how a buyer should place the order.
Although not exhaustive, these are some of the modern third party E-commerce policies for selling goods online in Sweden.
It is recommended that you choose a third-party logistics company that is aware of the policies and adheres to them while marketing products.