REGULATIONS OF THE INTERNET SERVICE FEATURES4PRESS.COM
§1 Basic definitions
§2 General provisions
§3 Terms of providing services
§4 Service contract
§5 Complaints procedure
§6 Withdrawal – mandatory instruction
§9 Out-of-court ways of dealing with complaints and redress
§10 Provisions regarding entrepreneurs
§11 Payment Methods
§12 Final provisions
Dear User, these Regulations govern the use of the above-mentioned Website, the rights and obligations of the User and the Website under applicable law. The Regulations consist of four main parts:
a) in § 1 to 3 – general provisions of these Regulations,
b) in § 4 – description of the registration process,
c) in § 5 to 7 – regulations related to the determination of defect services as well as the right to withdraw from the provision and use of services were included,
d) in § 8 to 12 – all other regulations, including the final ones.
§1 Basic definitions
- Website / Service Provider – website available at features4press.com being also the Service Provider,
- Owner – Features4press Mariusz Purta, NIP: PL5461171920,
- Owner’s address – whenever the Regulations refer to the Owner’s address, it is understood as the following data:
a) headquarters: ul. Białostocka 11/111, 03-748 Warsaw,
b) e-mail address: email@example.com,
- User / Service Recipient – a person who is 18 years old and has full legal capacity, and in cases provided for by generally applicable regulations also a person with limited legal capacity, a person or an organizational unit without legal personality, which the law grants to legal entity that has concluded or intends to conclude a contract with the Website,
- Consumer – art. 221 of the Civil Code: a person who performs a legal transaction with the Website not related directly to its business or professional activity,
- Distance contract – a contract concluded between the Website and the User as part of an organized procedure for the system of concluding distance contracts, without the need for both parties to the contract at one place and time, concluded using one or more means necessary to communicate on distance until the conclusion of the contract,
- Service – a service provided electronically by the Service Provider to the Service Recipient (Customer) via this Website, i.e. granting a license to publish photos belonging to the above-mentioned owner or to persons and entities cooperating with him.
- The Consumer Rights Act, the Act – the Act of 30 May 2014 on Consumer Rights (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 827 as amended).
§2 General provisions
- The Website hereby declares that it undertakes to provide services to the Service Recipient in a reliable manner and in accordance with applicable law, the principles of social coexistence and in the manner regulated in these Regulations.
- The User may read the Regulations, accepting its content by marking the appropriate field in the form. To use the Website, it is necessary to accept the provisions of the Regulations.
- The administrator of personal data is the Website, and this data is protected in accordance with the Act of May 10, 2018 on the protection of personal data and in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation of the EU Council 2016/679 (of April 27, 2016, Journal of Laws UE.L. No. 119). The collection of personal data is registered with GIODO – Inspector General for Personal Data Protection.
- The data controller applies appropriate technical and organizational measures ensuring the protection of personal data corresponding to the threats and categories of data protected. First of all, it protects data against disclosure, removal, processing, loss, alteration, damage or destruction by unauthorized persons.
- The administrator of your personal data is Features4press Mariusz Purta, ul. Białostocka 11/111, 03-748 Warsaw, NIP: 5461171920, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Every person whose data is processed has the right to:
a) supervising and controlling the processing of personal data for which the Website maintains a collection of Users’ data of the above-mentioned Website,
b) obtain exhaustive information whether such a collection exists and is maintained by the Website,
c) determine who is the data administrator, determine his address, seat, name, if the administrator is a natural person, to determine his name and place of residence,
d) obtain information about the purpose, scope, method and time of processing data contained in such a set,
e) obtain information in an intelligible form of the data content,
f) get to know the source from which the data concerning him originate, unless the data controller is obliged to keep secret classified information or professional secrecy in this respect,
g) requests to supplement, update, rectify personal data, temporarily suspend or delete them if they are incomplete, out of date, untrue or have been collected in violation of the Act or are no longer necessary to achieve the purpose for which they were collected.
- In accordance with point 7, the User has the right to inspect the content of the personal data being processed, correct them, and request deletion of such data. The personal data administrator is obliged to supplement, update, rectify data, temporarily or permanently suspend processing or remove them from the collection on an ongoing basis and immediately after notification, unless the request concerns personal data, for which the procedure for supplementing, updating or rectifying them is specified in separate legal provisions, including the act.
- The Service Recipient agrees to the collection and processing of personal data by the Website within the meaning of the Act of 10 May 2018 on the protection of personal data and in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation of the EU Council 2016/679 (of 27 April 2016, Journal of Laws of the EU) .L. No. 119). Data may be transferred to another entity only in the event of legally required or necessary claims.
- The Service Recipient undertakes to use the Website in accordance with applicable law and the principles of social coexistence.
- The Service Recipient using the Website Services is obliged to comply with these Regulations to the extent necessary to perform the Website’s tasks and to the extent that is not contrary to applicable law and the principles of social coexistence.
- The Service Provider is entitled to provide authorized state authorities with content, materials and data, including the IP addresses of the Service Users who used the Website in a specific way, in particular when it is necessary to prevent or prosecute crimes. In such a situation, the Service Provider is not responsible for the possible blocking of access to specific data and information.
- When an entrepreneur running a sole proprietorship makes a purchase that is not related to his/her business, has the right to withdraw from the contract within 14 calendar days from the moment the customer takes possession of the service or a third party designated by him/her other than the carrier.
- Due to the new provisions of the Civil Code, the legislator also planned to add Art. 38a to the Act on consumer rights, which will allow one-person companies to use the 14-day right of return – as follows: “Art. 38a The provisions on the consumer contained in this chapter shall apply to a person concluding a contract directly related to its business activity, when the content of this contract shows that it does not have a professional character for that person, resulting in particular from the subject of its business activity, made available on the basis of the provisions on the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity.”
- Art. 556 (4) The provisions on the consumer contained in this section, with the exception of Art. 558 § 1, second sentence, shall apply to a person concluding a contract directly related to its economic activity, when the content of this contract shows that it does not have a professional character for that person, resulting in particular from the subject of its economic activity, made available on the basis of the provisions on the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity.
- Verification of whether a given activity is of a professional nature will be carried out on the basis of CEiDG – Central Register and Information on Economic Activity – specifically on the PKD codes entered there, which define the types of economic activity.
- Entrepreneurs running a sole proprietorship will be authorized to:
- prohibited clauses used in contract templates,
- warranty for defects in the sold item,
- a recourse claim against the previous seller in connection with the consumer’s complaint,
- the right to withdraw from a distance or off-premises contract within 14 days.
- The provisions concerning the consumer, contained in Art. 385 (1) -385 (3) of the Civil Code [concerning prohibited contractual provisions] shall apply to a person concluding a contract directly related to its business activity, when the content of this contract shows that it does not have a professional nature for it, resulting in particular from the subject of its business activity, made available on the basis of provisions on the Central Register and Information on Economic Activity.
- New Art. 385 (5) of the Civil Code applies only to prohibited contractual provisions (abusive clauses). The provisions on abusive clauses will be applied to sole proprietorships after January 1, 2021. The catalogue of examples of twenty-three abusive clauses is included in Art. 385 (3) of the Civil Code On the other hand, in the current version of the register of abusive clauses kept by the President of UOKiK.
- The new regulations will apply to contracts concluded in Art. 62 The Act of July 31, 2019 Amending Certain Acts to Reduce the Regulatory Burdens (Journal of Laws, item 1495) is amended as follows:
- The provisions of Art. 385 , art. 556 , art. 556  and Art. 576  of the act amended in Art. 1 shall not apply to contracts concluded before 1 January 2021.
- The provision of Art. 38a of the Act amended in Art. 55 does not apply to contracts concluded before January 1, 2021.
- Entrepreneurs running a sole proprietorship will still not be able to benefit from the assistance of institutions supporting consumers in protecting their rights, including the assistance of Poviat / Municipal Consumer Ombudsmen or the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection.
§3 Terms of service
- This Website provides services by electronic means.
- The service specified in point 1 requires access to the Internet.
- You can use the Website 24 hours daily, 7 days a week. The Website reserves the right to make technical breaks in order to improve the functionality of the Website and to fix errors.
- When finalizing the transaction, the customer selects the option “I consent to the processing of my personal data contained in the order form by the Website for the purpose and scope necessary to complete the order.” – it is necessary to conclude the contract. Providing your personal data is necessary to place an order, failure to provide personal data will be tantamount to withdrawal from the contract.
- When finalizing the transaction, the Customer selects the option “I accept the provisions of the Regulations” in the appropriate order window – it is necessary to conclude the contract. Failure to accept the Regulations by the User will be tantamount to withdrawal from the contract, and the User should leave the Website.
- The customer who purchased the license is required to sign the photos (add markings): Photographer/Features4press.com
- Pursuant to Art. 8 sec. 2 GDPR, the controller, taking into account the available technology, makes reasonable efforts to verify whether the person exercising parental authority or custody of the child (under 16 years of age) has consented or approved it.
- Requirements necessary to use the Website’s services:
a) a device with access to the Internet,
b) a web browser that supports cookies, for example:
c) access to electronic mail such as e-mail.
- The costs related to access to the Internet and data transmission are borne only by the User in accordance with the tariff of his provider with whom the User has signed a contract for the provision of internet services.
§4 Service contract
- To conclude a valid and binding party to the Agreement, the Customer selects in accordance with the displayed offer of the Website, specifying the amount of the Service he intends to purchase and, if possible, indicating the features of the ordered Product and its specification accordingly. Together with the selection of the Service, the Customer fills in the online order form, indicating the data necessary to complete the order by the Website, such as, for example, quantities, place and forms of payment, based on the messages and information displayed to the Customer available on the Website and contained in these Regulations.
- Registration of a Customer Account on the Website is voluntary and free of charge. Registration is required to purchase a license.
- Immediately after receiving the order, the Website sends the Customer by e-mail to the e-mail address provided when placing the order, a declaration of order acceptance, which is also its confirmation. As soon as the customer receives the message, the contract is concluded.
- The message summarizing and confirming the order contains all the previously agreed terms of the contract, in particular the quantity and type of Service, its specification in the case of ordering Services with individual properties specified by the Customer of the Website, the total price to be paid (specified in Euro) along with the amount of discounts granted (if applicable).
- If the Customer has more discounts from several sources / promotions, they are subject to aggregation / summation only when it is clearly specified in the Promotion Regulations. If there is no provision as to the method of combining various promotions / discounts, only one discount (one promotion) can be selected for a given purchase.
§5 Complaints procedure
- The Service Recipient has the right to lodge a complaint regarding the Services provided by the Service Provider on the Website.
- The entity authorized to consider the complaint is the Service Provider.
- Complaints should be sent to the address provided in paragraph 1 point 3 in writing or electronically (the e-mail message in the subject field should contain the word: “Complaint”) and should contain:
- subject of the complaint and justification of the complaint, indication and description of the necessary circumstances,
- designation of the Service Recipient (name, surname, address, e-mail address).
- The above conditions are an obligatory condition for the Service Provider to consider the complaint.
- Complaints will be considered by the Service Provider within 14 days of their receipt. The Service Provider’s decision regarding the complaint will be forwarded to the Service Recipient to the e-mail address indicated in the complaint or to the address indicated in the correspondence.
§6 Withdrawal mandatory instruction
- In accordance with the law, the Customer who is a Consumer pursuant to Art. 27 of the Act of May 30, 2014 (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 827, as amended) on Consumer rights, you have the right to withdraw from a distance contract without giving any reason.
- Pursuant to Art. 38 points 13 of the Consumer Rights Act – “for the supply of digital content that is not stored on a tangible medium, if the performance began with the consumer’s express consent before the deadline to withdraw from the contract and after informing the entrepreneur about the loss of the right to withdraw from the contract.” – in such a situation, the right of withdrawal is not applicable.
- The right to withdraw from the contract is due within 14 calendar days from the moment the Service is taken over by the Customer who is also a Consumer or a third party designated by him other than the carrier.
- When the Customer who is a Consumer withdraws from the contract, the contract is considered void and the Consumer is then released from any obligations. What the parties have provided to each other is returned unchanged, unless the change was necessary within the ordinary management.
- The Customer who is a Consumer may withdraw from the contract by submitting a declaration on the online form constituting Annex 1 to these Regulations, by sending it by e-mail or to the postal address of the Website at the Customer’s choice. Annex 1 is only an aid in withdrawing from the contract, it is not a template necessary to exercise the right to withdraw from the contract. The client may or may not use it. For effective withdrawal, it is sufficient to send a written statement to the address of the Website.
- To meet the deadline specified in point. 2, it is enough to send the Customer’s declaration of withdrawal from the contract before its expiry.
- The Service Center will immediately confirm the receipt of the declaration of withdrawal from the contract to the Customer and will inform the Customer accordingly about further proceedings, including the method of returning the Service, and will provide an answer if any questions.
- The Service Center shall immediately, within no more than 14 calendar days from the date of receipt of the Customer’s declaration of withdrawal from the contract, return all payments received from the Customer. The Website refunds the payment using the same method of payment as used by the Customer, unless the Customer has expressly agreed to a different method of payment refund that does not involve any costs for him.
- The consumer has the right to withdraw from a distance contract without giving a reason and without incurring costs, except for the costs specified in art. 33, art. 34 of the Consumer Law.
- The right to withdraw from the contract is not entitled to the customer in relation to the contracts specified in art. 38 of the Act of May 30, 2014 on Consumer Rights, including in situation:
a) for the provision of services, if the entrepreneur has fully performed the service with the express consent of the Consumer, who was informed before the commencement of the service that after the entrepreneur has performed the service, he will lose the right to withdraw from the contract;
b) in which the price or remuneration depends on fluctuations in the financial market over which the entrepreneur has no control and which may occur before the deadline to withdraw from the contract;
c) in which the subject of the service is a non-prefabricated item, manufactured according to the Consumer’s specification or serving to satisfy his individual needs;
d) in which the subject of the service is an item that deteriorates quickly or has a short shelf-life;
e) in which the subject of the service is an item delivered in a sealed package, which cannot be returned after opening the package due to health protection or hygiene reasons, if the packaging was opened after delivery;
f) in which the subject of the service are items that after delivery, due to their nature, are inseparably connected with other items.
- The Website is liable under the warranty if the defect is found within two years from the date of delivery of the Service to the Consumer. The Website is liable to the Consumer if the Service at the time of its release was inconsistent with the contract, has legal defects. The Website is responsible for the non-compliance of the Service with the contract if it is found before the expiry of two years from the release of the Service to the Buyer, and in the case of replacement of the Service, this period shall run anew. A physical defect consists in the non-compliance of the item sold with the contract. In particular, the item sold is inconsistent with the contract if:
a) does not have properties that this kind of thing should have due to the purpose specified in the contract or resulting from circumstances or destination;
b) does not have properties that the Seller has provided to the Buyer, including by presenting a sample or pattern;
c) it is not suitable for the purpose of which the Buyer informed the Seller at the conclusion of the contract, and the Seller did not raise any objections to such a destination
d) was delivered to the Buyer incomplete.
- Notification of defects in the Service should be sent by e-mail to the e-mail address of the Service or in writing to the e-mail address of the Service (see §1 point 3: “Service Address”). If the consumer has difficulties and does not know how to construct a notification of defects in the Service, the notification may be sent, for example, on the form constituting Annex 2 to these Regulations, which only facilitates the complaint process, does not constitute any requirement to use the above template for effectiveness complaints.
- The Website responds immediately to the Consumer’s notification, but not later than within 14 calendar days from the date of its receipt. Failure to consider the application within the specified time limit is tantamount to its consideration by the Website and recognizing it as justified.
- The Website covers the costs of removing defects or defects and replacing the Service with a new one.
- The Website is not responsible for the content (both verbal and graphic) provided by Users. In the case of claims by third parties related to infringement of copyright, related rights or other rights they are entitled to, the Website will immediately direct them to the Service Recipient as the entity responsible for the content, and the Service Recipient will accept these claims and in this respect will release the Website from liability.
- Pursuant to the provisions of the law, the Artist whose moral rights have been infringed or endangered, is primarily entitled to a claim for abandoning this action, for restoring the previous state. If the action that caused the infringement was culpable, the Creator may demand compensation for the harm suffered or an appropriate sum of money for the indicated social purpose.
- By posting any content and making it available, the Client voluntarily disseminates it. The Website is not a content provider and in no way identifies itself with them, it is only an entity that provides ICT resources. The Service Recipient declares that:
a) is entitled to use and share the content of proprietary copyrights, industrial property rights or related rights posted by them,
b) placing and sharing as part of the services, personal data, image, information concerning persons other than the Service Recipient took place in a lawful, voluntary manner and with the consent of the content owners.
- The Service Recipient is not entitled to:
a) posting personal data of third parties, disseminating the image without the required consent or consent of the third party to whom the data relates,
b) posting advertising and / or promotional content that is inconsistent with the purpose of the Website’s operation.
- It is forbidden for the Customer to post any content that could, in particular:
a) with the intention of infringing personal rights of third parties,
b) posted in bad faith or that could be considered as such,
c) violate the rights of third parties, copyrights, related rights, industrial property rights, business secrets or those covered by the confidentiality clause, especially those defined as secret or top secret,
d) posting offensive or threatening content to other people, statements commonly considered offensive, e.g. profanity,
e) violate the legitimate interests of the Website,
f) sending or posting unsolicited commercial information (spam) on the Website,
g) violate good manners in any other way – for example eroticism, applicable law, social or moral norms,
h) promote Nazi, fascist and related views.
- If a notification is received by a third party, authorized person or a state authority, the Website reserves the right to modify or delete the content posted by the Service Recipient if it is found that they may constitute a violation of these Regulations or applicable law. The Website does not control the content on an ongoing basis.
- The Service Provider will make every effort to ensure the proper operation of the Websites and its availability around the clock, but shall not be liable for any damages resulting from the malfunctioning of the Websites due to technical reasons.
- The Website is also not responsible for any damage to devices that use the Website, device restart or data loss on the device.
- The Service Provider does not provide archiving services for files, data or information provided by the Service Recipient.
- In the event of a breach of the Regulations by the Customer, the Service Provider may suspend the provision of services or terminate the contract with the Customer with immediate effect by switching off / removing active services. In this situation, the Service Recipient is not entitled to a refund of any fees paid to the Service Provider.
- The Service Provider does not provide the Service Recipient with any warranty, either express or implied, as to the effects and suitability for specific applications of the commercial offer and the quality and economic results of the offer’s operation.
- The Service Provider is also not responsible for the actions or omissions of the Service Recipients, or for the improper performance or non-performance of contracts concluded by them with the Clients, in particular, is not responsible for the quality, safety, legality, truthfulness and reliability of the information provided by the Service Recipients. The Service Provider is not responsible for the Visitors not concluding contracts with Customers, in particular those related to reservations made, inquiries or concluded contracts.
- The Service Provider reserves the right to:
- changes in the parameters and functionality of Customer Accounts,
- functionalities and capabilities of the Website, in particular the scope and type of Services and its functionality,
- periodic shutdown of the Website, related in particular to its modification, maintenance and repair,
- removal for important reasons of the entire content of the Website servers or the complete cessation of the provision of Services, after prior notification of Users on the Website pages,
- cessation of the provision of Services on the Website in relation to the Service User, which violates the provisions of the Regulations.
§9 Out-of-court ways of dealing with complaints and redress
- Information on out-of-court methods of dealing with complaints and redress, as well as the rules of access to these procedures are made available at the offices and on the Websites of poviat (municipal) Consumer ombudsmen, social organizations whose statutory tasks include consumer protection, Voivodeship Inspectorates of Trade Inspection and at the following addresses of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection: www.uokik.gov.pl/spory_konsumenckie.php,www.uokik.gov.pl/wazne_adresy.php, www.uokik.gov.pl/sprawy_indywidualne.php
- The Service Recipient has, inter alia, the following options to use extrajudicial means of dealing with complaints and pursuing his claims:
- applying to the Provincial Inspector of Trade Inspection with a request to initiate mediation proceedings regarding the amicable settlement of the dispute,
- to apply to the permanent amicable consumer court operating at the Provincial Inspector of Trade Inspection with a request to settle the dispute arising from the concluded contract, address www.uokik.gov.pl/wazne_adresy.php,
- requesting free legal aid, incl. to the Consumer Federation – Website address: www.federacjakonsumentow.org.pl.
- The Network of European Consumer Centers helps in resolving cross-border disputes. The addresses of these institutions are available on the Website of the European Consumer Center www.konsument.gov.pl.
- The Service Recipient may also use the platform of the online dispute resolution system (ODR platform), in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of May 21, 2013 on the online system for resolving consumer disputes and amending the Regulation (EC 2006/2004 and Directive 2009/22 / EC (Regulation on consumer ODR). ODR (online dispute resolution) available at the electronic address: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/ The European ODR platform is a single point of access for consumers and entrepreneurs, enabling out-of-court settlement of disputes regarding contractual obligations arising from the concluded Website service contracts: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/index.cfm?event=main.home.show&lng=PL
- The use of extrajudicial means of dealing with complaints and redress is voluntary and may only take place when both parties to the dispute, ie the Website and the Service User, agree to it.
§10 Provisions concerning entrepreneurs
- The regulations and provisions in this paragraph 10 apply only to Customers and Service Users who are not consumers.
- In the case of customers who are service recipients and who are not at the same time consumers, the service provider may terminate the contract for the provision of Electronic Services with immediate effect, even without giving reasons, provided that he has sent the customer a relevant statement.
- The Website informs that pursuant to Art. 558 § 1 of the Civil Code, liability under the warranty for the service towards a customer who is not a consumer is excluded.
- The liability of the Website is limited as part of a single claim, and for all claims in total, up to 100 PLN net (25 € net). The Website is liable only for typical damages predictable at the time of concluding the contract and is not liable for lost profits.
- Any disputes between the Website and the Service User who is not a consumer shall be submitted to the court having jurisdiction over the seat of the Website.
§11 Payment methods
- Transfer of payments in Euro currency to the bank account number:
BREXPLPWMBK PL 17 1140 2004 0000 3112 0558 5460.
- Electronic payment by credit card (Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro) or by online transfer of electronic banking via the online payment service PayU, PayPal and Stripe.
- The Website documents the sale of the Service with a VAT invoice. A proof of purchase in the form of a VAT invoice is delivered to the customer. The Website issue a VAT invoice for all Services ordered on the Website.
- The owner is a registered EU VAT payer.
- Prices on the website are net prices. The VAT tax will be charged when necessary in accordance with the provisions of the Act of March 11, 2004 on tax on goods and services (Journal of Laws of 2004, No. 54, item 535, as amended).
§12 Final provisions
- The Website honours all Users’ rights provided for in the provisions of applicable law.
- If the applicable law grants Customers who are consumers more favourable mandatory and legally required regulations than those contained in these Regulations, the relevant provisions of the Regulations are directly replaced by specific standards of applicable law and are therefore binding on the above-mentioned owner.
- All content posted on the Website of the Website (including graphics, texts, page layout and logos) enjoy the protection provided for copyrights and are the sole property of the Website. Using this content without the written consent of the Website results in civil and criminal liability.
- The owner of the Website, as the administrator of personal data, informs you that:
- providing data is always voluntary but necessary to perform the order,
- the person providing their personal data has unlimited access to all content of their data and rectification, deletion (the right to be forgotten), processing restrictions, the right to transfer data, the right to withdraw consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of processing, data they may, however, be made available to the competent state authorities when required by the relevant regulation.
- the basis for the processing of personal data will be Art. 6 sec. 1 point a) and the content of the general regulation on data protection,
- personal data will be stored and processed for the period necessary to complete the processing and execution of the order, but not longer than for a period of 3 years (2 years is the complaint period and 1 year for any other claims and exceptional circumstances),
- the person providing their personal data has the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Office when he considers that the processing of personal data regarding the performance of the contract violates the provisions of the general regulation on the protection of personal data of 27 April 2016.
- With regard to the processing of personal data of this Website, an appropriate level of protection has not been determined by the European Commission by way of a decision, but the data will be properly secured by means of IT / legal solutions and measures.
- Your data will be processed in an automated manner, including in the form of profiling – in the event of consent.
- In other matters not covered by the provisions of these Regulations, the relevant provisions of Polish law shall apply, in particular:
a) The Act of March 2, 2000 on the protection of certain consumer rights and liability for damage caused by a dangerous product (Journal of Laws of 2000, No. 22, item 271, as amended),
b) The Act of 27 July 2002 on specific terms and conditions of consumer sales and amending the Civil Code (Journal of Laws 2002, No. 141, item 1176, as amended),
c) Act of 23 April 1964 Civil Code (Journal of Laws 1964 No. 16, item 93, as amended),
d) The Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws of 2013, item 1422),
e) The Act of June 30, 2000 Industrial Property Law (Journal of Laws of 2001, No. 49, item 508, as amended),
f) Act of February 4, 1994 on copyright and related rights (Journal of Laws of 2006 No. 90, item 631, as amended),
g) The Act of 30 May 2014 on consumer rights (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 827).
- The amended Regulations are binding for Users if the requirements specified in Art. 384 of the Civil Code (ie the User has been properly informed about the changes).
- The Website reserves the right to amend the Regulations for important reasons, that is:
a) changes in the law,
b) changes in the method of providing services by electronic means covered by the regulations,
c) changes to the Website data, including e-mail address and telephone number.
- Amendments to the regulations do not affect the Services already implemented or completed, the regulations in force at the time of joining the Services of the Website shall apply to them. The Website informs about the intended change on the Website at least 30 days in advance. If the amended regulations are not accepted, the Customers may terminate the contract with immediate effect within 30 days of receiving the message.
- Disputes arising as a result of the provision of services under these Regulations will be submitted to the General Court at the choice of the Service Recipient who is also a consumer, in accordance with the relevant provisions of Polish law.
- Annexes to the Regulations constitute its integral part.
- Recipients of the above-mentioned Website may access these Regulations at any time via the link on the main page of the Website and download it and print it out, however, commercial use is protected by the LEGATO Law Office.
- The Regulations shall enter into force on 2020-12-01.
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