TERMS OF ONLINE SERVICES
As used in these Terms of Online Services, the following terms have their respective meanings set forth below:
1. Service Provider: Michał Kazimierczak, conducting his business activity at: 21-560 Międzyrzec Podlaski, ul. Klonowa 7 under the business name of 'Michał Kazimierczak', REGON 061595603, VAT PL5372399900;
2. Client – any natural person, legal person or other entity with no legal personality yet legally capable under separate provisions of law, who places the Order with the use of the Online Service;
3. Civil Code – the Act of 23 April 1964 (Official Journal, 'Dz. U.' No. 16, item 93, as amended);
4.Terms of Online Services (Terms) – the hereby Terms of Online Services concerning the manner of rendering the Online Service, which consists in providing access to an online application supporting task management.
5. Online Service – the website available at www.i-task.pl, which in particular enables the Client to use the Service Provider's offer;
6.Service – the service made available through the Online Services;
7.Sale Agreement – an agreement for sale of the Service within the meaning of the Civil Code, concluded by and between the Service Provider and Client through the Online Services website;
8.Consumer Sales Act – the Act of 27 July 2002 on specific terms and conditions of consumer sales and amendment to the Civil Code (Official Journal 'Dz. U.' No. 141, item 1176 as amended);
9.Online Services Act – the Act of 18 July 2002 on online services (Official Journal 'Dz. U.' No. 144, item 1204 as amended);
10.Order – a Client's statement of intent aiming directly at concluding a Sale Agreement/service, defining the basic Client requirements.
II. General Provisions
1. These Terms stipulate the terms and conditions for the use of the Online Service available at www.i-task.pl.
2. These Terms are deemed to be the rules as defined in Article 8 of the Act on online services.
3. These Terms govern in particular:
a.) registration and use of the accounts on the Online Service website;
b.) placing Orders via the Online Service;
c.) entering into Sales Agreements with the use of facilities available on the Online Service.
4. Clients may access these Terms at any time through the link at https://www.i-task.pl/Account/Register, download and print them as they find fit.
5. The information concerning the Services as provided on the Online Services website, in particular the description of the Services, technical and operational parameters, as well as prices, are deemed an invitation to contract under Article 71 Civil Code.
1. Clients place orders at the www.i-task.pl website.
2. A placed order is not automatically deemed accepted. The Service Provider may refuse to process an order, with or without explanation.
3. An order for services available through the Online Service is placed by filling in the Order Form with all the required data, which is necessary for a Client to be granted access to the services, and which enables other technical activities based on communication or information displayed to the Client.
4. After placing an order, a Client receives automated registration of purchase offer.
5. Orders may be placed at any time, all week.
Upon a Client's request, every order can be invoiced (VAT).
1.Prices for the Services are expressed in Polish zloty (PLN).
2. All prices quoted by the Service Provider are gross amounts.
3. The Service Provider reserves the right to change the prices in consideration of the market situation, inflation, currency exchange rates.
4. All prices quoted on the www.i-task.pl website are binding only for orders placed through the Online Service.
5. The offer is not restricted territorially.
1. Clients may pay for the Service via PayPal.
2. The Service Provider may agree with the Client other, special forms and terms of payment (e.g. deferred payment).
3. When a payment is made via bank transfer, the day on which the relevant amount is credited on the Service Provider's bank account will be deemed as the date of payment.
VII. Withdrawal from contract.
1. A Client who is a consumer within the meaning of Article 221 Civil Code is entitled – under provisions of law – to withdraw from a distance sale contract without any explanation, by submitting a relevant statement in writing, within 10 days, at the address of the entity managing the Online Service as defined in the hereby Terms.
2. The aforesaid 10-day period starts on the day the Service is made accessible to the Client.
3. When a party withdraws from a distance sale contract, such contract is deemed as non-existent as if it was never concluded. Whatever the parties to such contract rendered to each other must be returned in unaltered state, unless alteration was necessary as part of the normal use. Such return should be effected without delay, in no case later than within 14 days.
4. The Client will be issued a correcting invoice concerning the purchase document.
5. After the Client sends back a signed copy of the correcting invoice, an amount equal to the purchase value of the Service will be reimbursed.
1. Any complaints must be reported within 14 days after the Service is made accessible.
2. The Online Service, as a provider of services, is responsible against the Client who is a consumer within the meaning of Article 221 Civil Code, for any nonconformity of the Services purchased by the Client with the Sale Agreement, within the scope defined in the Act on specific terms and conditions of consumer sale.
3. Any complaints related to infringement of a Client's legally secured rights, or infringement of these Terms, should be addressed at: email@example.com. The Online Service undertakes to handle a complaint within 40 days, and if this deadline were impossible, to inform the Client of another deadline in which the complaint will be handled.
IX. Complaints concerning online services
1. The Online Service makes all effort to ensure that the Online Service is fully operational, in as far as the current technical knowledge allows, and undertakes to remove within reasonable time lines, any irregularities reported by Clients.
2. The Client should report, without any delay, any irregularities or interruptions to the Online Service to the entity managing the Online Service.
3. The Client should report such aforesaid irregularities or interruptions to the Online Service in writing at the address: Michał Kazimierczak, ul. Klonowa 7, 21-560 Międzyrzec Podlaski, or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by contact form.
4. The compliant should contain the Client's full name, correspondence address, user name at the Service, the type and date of irregularity related to the Online Service and a description of the activities leading to the error in question.
5. The entity managing the Online Service will handle complaints within 14 days, and if this deadline were impossible, to inform the Client of another deadline in which the complaint will be handled.
X. Final Provisions.
1. By placing an order, the Client accepts the hereby General Terms of Sale.
2. Any dispute arising between the entity managing the Online Service and the Client who is a consumer within the meaning of Article 221 Civil Code will be resolved by a court relevant under the applicable provisions of the Civil Procedure Code.
3.Any dispute arising between the entity managing the Online Service and the Client who is not a consumer within the meaning of Article 221 Civil Code will be resolved by a court with jurisdiction over the registered seat of the entity managing the Online Service.
4. In all matters not stipulated in these Terms, the provisions of the Civil Code and other relevant provisions of the Polish law will be applicable.
5. The Service Provider undertakes to protect the personal data in accordance with the Act of 29 August 1997 on personal data protection (Official Journal 'Dz.U.' 1997 No. 133 item 883), this in particular pertains to the obligation to protect such data against unauthorised access, unauthorised transfer, processing the data in a manner incompliant with the Act, as well as against any alteration, loss, damage or destruction of the data.
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