Newsletter terms and conditions
1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
1.1. The Internet Service is operated by The Leader’s Sp. z o.o. with its registered office in Warsaw, at Fryderyka Chopina Street 5a, lok 5, , 00-559 Warsaw Poland, KRS: 0000942218 NIP: 7011065099, REGON: 52082118300000 (hereinafter: Owner) In matters not regulated by these Regulations, the provisions of the Regulations of the Internet Service shall apply.
1.2. DEFINITIONS. Whenever the following capitalized phrases are used in the following section of the Terms and Conditions, they shall be understood in the sense given below, unless the context of their use clearly indicates otherwise:
a. WEBSITE – the website available at theleadersestate.com and its extensions.
b. REGISTRATION FORM – a form available within the functionality of the Website, through which an individual can obtain Digital Content from the Owner, and thus conclude a contract for the provision of Digital Content and subscribe to the Newsletter.
c. DIGITAL CONTENT – this is, for example, an e-book that we make available to the Customer in exchange for correct completion of the Registration Form and consequently subscribing to the newsletter, and thus entering into a contract with the Owner for the provision of digital content, in which the Price is the Customer’s personal data.
d. PRICE – personal data provided at the stage of completing the Registration Form or the amount of gross remuneration (including tax) due to the Owner for granting access to the Digital Content, specified in Polish zlotys.
e. CUSTOMER – an individual who, through the Registration Form, subscribed to the newsletter and concluded a contract for the delivery of Digital Content.
f. CONSUMER – A customer who is a natural person entering into a contract with an entrepreneur for the supply of digital content, which contract is not directly related to his/her economic or professional activity.
g. NEWSLETTER – Electronic Service that allows all enrolled Customers to receive periodic information about the Owner’s services and the Owner’s current offerings.
h. ENTERPRISE – CONSUMER – a customer who is a natural person entering into an agreement for the provision of Digital Content directly related to his/her business activity, when the content of this agreement shows that it does not have a professional character for him/her, resulting in particular from the subject of his/her business activity, made available on the basis of the provisions on the Central Register and Information of Business Activity.
2. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1. The minimum technical requirements of the Customer’s device to enable the conclusion of a contract for the delivery of Digital Content, and its proper delivery are:
a. A device with access to the Internet;
b. The latest version of the web browser;
c. active e-mail account (e-mail address).
2.2. The Customer may unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time by contacting the Seller in the manner specified on the Website.
3. CONCLUSION OF A CONTRACT FOR THE SUPPLY OF DIGITAL CONTENT
3.1. The conclusion of the contract for the provision of Digital Content is made through the Registration Form.
3.2. The customer is obliged to pay the Price.
3.3. It is the responsibility of the Customer who wishes to conclude a contract to indicate correct and up-to-date data required in the Registration Form, e.g. e-mail address, and to confirm subscription by clicking on the link in the e-mail received from the Owner. Providing all data in the Registration Form is voluntary, but necessary to conclude a contract for the provision of Digital Content.
3.4. As soon as the Customer confirms the subscription to the newsletter, in the manner specified above, the effective conclusion of the contract for the delivery of Digital Content occurs.
4. THE COST, METHODS AND TIMING OF DELIVERY OR PROVISION OF DIGITAL CONTENT
Delivery of the Digital Content is free of charge and is made by sending the Digital Content to the e-mail address indicated by the Customer in the course of filling out the Registration Form or by sending to the Customer’s e-mail address a link enabling downloading or viewing the Digital Content.
5. DIGITAL CONTENT COMPLAINT AND RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL
5.1. The Customer, who is a Consumer, and the Entrepreneur-Consumer are entitled to file a complaint about the Digital Content.
5.2. Warranty liability to entities that do not have the status of Consumer or Entrepreneur-Consumer is excluded.
5.3. The obligation of the Owner is to provide the Digital Content to the Customer in accordance with the content of the concluded contract for the provision of Digital Content.
5.4. The Owner is responsible for the compliance of the Digital Content with the contract.
5.5. The Owner shall be liable for the lack of conformity of the Digital Content with the Agreement existing at the time of its delivery to the Consumer and disclosed within 2 years from that time.
5.6. A complaint can be submitted by the customer in any form.
5.7. If the Digital Content does not comply with the Agreement, the Customer, being a Consumer and the Entrepreneur-Consumer, shall have the rights set forth in the Law on Consumer Rights.
5.8. If the Digital Content does not conform to the contract for its delivery, the Consumer and the Entrepreneur-Consumer may demand that it be brought into conformity with the contract for delivery of the Digital Content. If this proves impossible or requires excessive costs, the Customer has the right to withdraw from the contract.
5.9. In addition, a Customer who is a Consumer or a Business-Consumer may file a declaration of withdrawal from the contract for delivery of Digital Content when the Owner has failed to deliver the Digital Content in a manner consistent with the contract for delivery of Digital Content after exhausting the path referred to in Section 5.8, when the Owner’s efforts have failed to deliver the Digital Content in conformity with the contract for delivery thereof, when the non-conformity of the Digital Content is so significant that it is considered pointless to obligate the Owner to repair it, or when it is evident from the Owner’s statement that it will not succeed in bringing the Digital Content into conformity with the contract within a reasonable time or without undue inconvenience to the Consumer or the Entrepreneur-Consumer.
5.10. The Customer, who is a Consumer, may withdraw from the contract for delivery of Digital Content, within 14 days from the date of receipt of the Digital Content. The regulations of this section of the Regulations also apply to the Entrepreneur – Consumer.
5.11. To meet the deadline it is sufficient for the Consumer or Entrepreneur-Consumer to make a statement to the Owner before its expiration. The Consumer or Entrepreneur-Consumer may make any unambiguous statement in which he/she informs about his/her withdrawal from the Sales Agreement.
5.12. The statement of withdrawal from the Sales Agreement may be submitted to the Owner by any means.
5.13. The time limit for withdrawal from the Sales Agreement shall begin from the date of delivery or provision of Digital Content to the Consumer or Entrepreneur – Consumer.
5.14. In the case of effective withdrawal from a remote contract, the contract is considered not concluded.
5.15. The Owner is obliged to immediately, but no later than within 14 days from the date of receipt of the statement of the Consumer or Entrepreneur-Consumer on withdrawal from the contract, remove the personal data of the Customer provided for the purpose of concluding the contract for the provision of Digital Content and subscription to the newsletter.
6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
6.1. The Owner owns all copyrights in the Digital Content.
6.2. The Digital Content is made available to the Customer for personal use only.
7. PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
7.1. Provision of personal data by the Customer in the Registration Form is necessary to conclude a contract for the provision of Digital Content and, in this situation, they are processed for the purpose of performing the concluded contract.
8. FINAL PROVISIONS
8.1. 8.1. The Terms and Conditions of the newsletter version 1.0. comes into force on 20.04.2023 r.
8.2. If the mandatory regulations of the country of the Customer’s habitual residence provide for more favorable conditions for the Customer than the provisions of Polish law and the provisions of these Regulations, the provisions of the law of the country of the Customer’s habitual residence shall apply.
8.3. The content of these Newsletter Terms and Conditions is subject to change. The Owner will inform about any changes by posting information on the Website.