Terms and Conditions
Audelade is completely dedicated to your total satisfaction. If you have any suggestions or comments please email us at email@example.com
Audelade is registered in India
Brand name: 1931840 Class 14, Brand logo: 1931841 Class 14
If you need to reach us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can call +91 22 2497 7001 / 2 or write to us at Mezzanine Floor of Unit no. 202 & 203,
2nd Floor, Cama Industrial Estate, Sun Mill Compound, Lower Parel (W), Mumbai - 400013
Please allow an additional 7 working days for orders including gold-stamped, silver-stamped and blind-stamped items. Please allow an additional 15 working days for orders including engraving.
Audelade & CITES
The 'Washington' Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora, more commonly known as CITES, aims to protect certain plants and animals by regulating and monitoring their international trade to prevent it reaching unsustainable levels. The Convention entered into force in 1975, and subsequently India became a Party to the convention. There are more than 168 Parties to the Convention. The CITES Secretariat is administered by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
How CITES works
CITES works by subjecting international trade in specimens of selected species to certain controls. All import, export, re-export and introduction from the sea of species covered by the Convention has to be authorized through a licensing system. Each Party to the Convention must designate one or more Management Authorities in charge of administering that licensing system and one or more Scientific Authorities to advise them on the effects of trade on the status of the species. The species covered by CITES are listed in three Appendices, according to the degree of protection they need.
Appendix I includes species threatened with extinction. Trade in specimens of these species is permitted only in exceptional circumstances.
Appendix II includes species not necessarily threatened with extinction, but in which trade must be controlled in order to avoid utilization incompatible with their survival.
Appendix III contains species that are protected in at least one country, which has asked other CITES Parties for assistance in controlling the trade. Changes to Appendix III follow a distinct procedure from changes to Appendices I and II, as each party's is entitled to make unilateral amendments to it.
Governing law and jurisdiction
These conditions are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of India, and you agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Mumbai Courts.
Last updated: 30th Nov, 2014