1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. The website moani-natureshop.com operates on the principles set out in these Regulations.
2. The Regulations specify the types and scope of services provided electronically by the moani-natureshop.com Website, the rules for the provision of these services, the conditions for concluding and terminating contracts for the provision of electronic services, as well as the complaint procedure.
3. The Regulations define the types and scope of services provided electronically by the moani-natureshop.com Website, the rules for providing these services, the conditions for concluding and terminating contracts for the provision of electronic services, as well as the complaint procedure.
4. At the moment of taking steps to use the Electronic Services of the moani-natureshop.com Website, each Client is obliged to comply with the provisions of these Regulations.
1. CONTACT FORM - a form available on the moani-natureshop.com Website enabling the Service Recipient to contact the Service Provider directly.
2. REGULATIONS - these Regulations of the Party.
3. SERVICE PROVIDER - Moani Nature Shop, registered office address: Brighton and Hove UK,
4. SERVICE RECIPIENT - a natural person, legal person or an organizational unit without legal personality, which the law grants legal capacity using the Electronic Service.
5. ELECTRONIC SERVICE - a service provided electronically by the Service Provider to the Service User via the Website.
6. NEWSLETTER - Electronic Service that allows the Service Recipient to subscribe and receive free information from the Service Provider to the email address provided by the Service Recipient.
3. TYPE AND SCOPE OF ELECTRONIC SERVICES
1. The Service Provider enables the use of Electronic Services via the Website, such as:
a. using the Contact Form,
b. using the Newsletter,
2. The provision of Electronic Services to Clients shall take place under the conditions set out in the Regulations.
4. CONDITIONS FOR THE PROVISION AND CONCLUSION OF CONTRACTS FOR THE PROVISION OF ELECTRONIC SERVICES
1. Provision of Electronic Services referred to in Chapter III point 1 of the Regulations by the Service Provider is free.
2. The period for which the contract is concluded:
a. the contract for the provision of Electronic Services consisting in enabling the sending of messages via the Contact Form is concluded for a definite period of time and terminates when the message is sent or the Client stops sending it.
b. the contract for the provision of Electronic Services consisting in the use of the Newsletter is concluded for an indefinite period.
3. Technical requirements necessary to cooperate with the ICT system used by the Service Provider:
a. computer with internet access,
b. access to electronic mail,
c. web browser,
4. The Service Recipient is obliged to use the Website in a manner consistent with the law and decency, while respecting personal rights and intellectual property rights of third parties.
5. The Service Recipient is obliged to enter data consistent with the facts.
6. The Service Recipient is prohibited from providing unlawful content.
5. TERMS OF TERMINATION OF CONTRACTS FOR THE PROVISION OF ELECTRONIC SERVICES
1. Termination of the contract for the provision of Electronic Services:
1. The contract for the provision of Electronic Services of a continuous and indefinite nature (e.g. use of the Newsletter) may be terminated.
2. The Customer may terminate the contract with immediate effect and without indicating the reasons by sending an appropriate statement via e-mail to the following address: email@example.com
3. The Service Provider may terminate the contract for the provision of Electronic Services of a continuous and indefinite nature in the event that the Service Recipient violates the Regulations, in particular when he provides unlawful content after an unsuccessful earlier call to stop the violations with an appropriate deadline. In this case, the contract expires after 7 days from the date of submission of the declaration of intent to terminate it (notice period).
4. Termination leads to the termination of the legal relationship with effect for the future.
2. The Service Provider and the Service Recipient may terminate the contract for the provision of Electronic Services at any time by mutual agreement of the parties.
6. COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE
1. Complaints related to the provision of Electronic Services by the Service Provider:
a. Complaints related to the provision of Electronic Services via the Website may be submitted by the Customer via e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. In the e-mail above, please provide as much information and circumstances as possible regarding the subject of the complaint (e.g. photos in the case of damaged goods), in particular the type and date of irregularities and contact details. The information provided will significantly facilitate and accelerate the consideration of complaints by the Service Provider.
3. Consideration of the complaint by the Service Provider shall take place immediately, not later than within 14 days.
4. The Service Provider's response to the complaint is sent to the Customer's e-mail address provided in the complaint application or in another manner provided by the Customer.
7. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
1. All content posted on the website at moani-natureshop.com enjoy copyright protection and is the property of moani-natureshop.com. The Service Recipient bears full responsibility for damage caused to the Service Provider as a result of using any content of the website moani-natureshop.com, without Service Provider's consent.
2. Any use by anyone, without the express written consent of the Service Provider, of any of the elements constituting the content and content of the page moani-natureshop.com constitutes a violation of the copyright of the Service Provider and results in civil and criminal liability.
8. FINAL PROVISIONS
1. Agreements concluded through the Website are concluded in accordance with Polish law.
2. In the event of any non-compliance of any part of the Regulations with applicable law, instead of the challenged provision of the Regulations, the relevant provisions of Polish law shall apply.