Service statute

Streetpark.pl website and sales of services through the website.

§ 1 Definitions

In the Regulations, terms written with a capital letter mean:

  1. Price list – prices placed on the Website and assigned to clearly defined products or services;
  2. Membership Card – a document issued to a Customer who is a person physical, used for its identification, at the entrance to the Skatepark or on its premises, as well as outside it – during events organized by the Skatepark – in order to improve the implementation of the Services;
  3. Service – offered by The Service Provider, as part of his business, intangible benefits, in particular, consisting in running the Customer Area via the Website, and enabling the use of its functionalities, including on the purchase of tickets and passes to the Skatepark
  4. Service Provider – BEAR HDWR Łukasz Gawąd, delivery address: ul. Powstańców Śląskich 22, 32-332 Bukowno, NIP: 6372154240, REGON: 367039845;
  5. Client – a natural person over 16 years of age and having full or limited legal capacity, as well as a legal person or an organizational unit that is not a legal person, to which the law grants legal personality, which concluded an agreement with the Service Provider on the basis of the Regulations
  6. Consumer – a customer who is a natural person who performs a legal transaction with the Service Provider not directly related to his business or professional activity
  7. Privacy Policy – a document placed on the Website at www.streetpark.pl in order to inform website users about what personal data are collected about them and how they will be used.
  8. Regulations – these Regulations;
  9. Skatepark Regulations – regulations specifying the rules of using the Skatepark, available on the Website;
  10. Website – the website available at address www.streetpark.pl along with all subpages that constitute an integral part of the Website, enabling users, inter alia, online purchase of available products and services
  11. Skatepark – a year-round indoor place intended for practicing sports in accordance with the Regulations of the Skatepark, adapted to all urban sports, conference, workshop and exhibition, pop-up store and coworking space located at ul. Władysława Siwka 28, 31-588 Kraków;
  12. Customer Area – maintained by the Service Provider, individual Customer account available on the Website, after Registration by the Customer, enabling in particular purchase of products and services;
  13. Group Classes – organized by the Service Provider or persons designated by him / her, group activities conducted at the Skatepark.

§ 2 General Provisions

  1. The Regulations define the terms of use of the Website, the rules for the sale of products and Services and the rules for the provision of Services by the Service Provider via the Website.
  2. Each contract between the Service Provider and the Customer shall be governed by the provisions in force on the day of conclusion of the contract: Regulations, Skatepark Regulations, Privacy Policy, Price list and other documents referred to in the Regulations.
  3. Each entity is obliged to read the Regulations before using the Services.
  4. By placing an order, making a reservation on the Website, the Customer confirms that he has read the Regulations and the documents indicated in § 2 para. 2 and confirms that it accepts them in the form applicable on the date of conclusion of the contract.
  5. The sale takes place via the Website, by concluding a Distance Agreement between the Service Provider and the Customer.
  6. The administration of personal data takes place based on the generally applicable provisions of law and the Privacy Policy available on the Website. 2 above constitute a standard contract in accordance with the wording of Art. 384 § 1 of the Civil Code (Journal of Laws 2020.1740).
  7. The Regulations are made available to the Customer on the Website on a continuous basis. The Customer may, in particular before concluding a contract with the Service Provider, copy the text R.

of the regulations, save it or print it using your devices. otherwise.

§ 3 Customer Area

  1. The Service Provider provides services by concluding an agreement electronically via the Customer Area.
  2. In order to use the Services, including making a purchase, it is necessary to set up and have an account in the Customer Area.
  3. The customer creates an account in the Customer Area by filling out the form, indicating a unique identifier and password for the use of the Customer Area.
  4. It is forbidden for the Customer to disclose any data to third parties used for authorization in the Customer Area, and the Service Provider is not responsible for the actions of the Customer or persons acting on his behalf in this respect.
  5. In the case of people who are 16 years of age or older, 18; together with setting up an account or ordering the first Service, it is necessary to send to the Service Provider a legible, signed scan or photograph of the legal guardian’s statement, which is attached as Appendix 1 to these Regulations.
  6. After sending a correctly completed registration form, and in the case of a person who is 16 but under 18 years of age, additionally after confirmation of the fact of submitting the declaration by the legal guardian, the Customer will receive confirmation of registration on the form provided in the form registration e-mail address.
  7. In the event of a breach by the Customer of the provisions of the Regulations or the documents specified in § 2 sec. 2, or the Customer committing, within the framework of the contract between him and the Service Provider, a breach of law or good manners, or an infringement of the rights of third parties, the Service Provider is entitled to cease providing the Service or suspend access to the Customer Area.

§ 4 Minimum technical requirements

  1. The technical requirements for using the Services available through the Customer Area are as follows:
  1. having a mobile device with Internet access
  2. connection to the Internet
  3. a web browser that allows you to display hypertext documents shared on the network on the Client’s screen Internet with Java Script enabled: Google Chrome / Google Chrome Mobile version 63 or newer, Mozilla Firefox version 52 or newer, Opera version 58 or newer and Internet Explorer version 11 or newer or other compatible browser
  4. have a current, properly configured e-mail account,
  5. installed Adobe Flash Player plug-in and enabled JavaScript, frames and CSS styles.

§ 5 Purchase of tickets and passes and registration for Group Classes

  1. The customer places an order for the selected Service by completing the appropriate order form and pressing the “Order”, “Order and pay”, “Buy” or other buttons, with a similar content clearly indicating the order.
  2. Placing an order requires prior marking the declaration of acceptance of these Regulations, the Skatepark Regulations and the Privacy Policy.
  3. A customer who is 16 years old but under 18 years of age can buy Services up to PLN 250. The above-mentioned minor Clients, in order to pay for Services in excess of PLN 250, should send to the Service Provider the consent of their legal representative to conclude a contract whose amount to be paid exceeds PLN 250, or declare that the amount to be paid is their earnings, which they can freely dispose of (Art. 21 of the Civil Code).
  4. The prices of services enabling the use of the Skatepark and the prices of Group Activities are indicated in the description of each of the Services and are available on the Website in the Price List in force at the time of placing the order.
  5. The customer has the option to pay for his order by means of a traditional transfer or an authorized online payment system

ne “Przelewy24” carried out by PayPro Spółka Akcyjna, ul. Kanclerska 15, 60-327 Poznań, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs of the National Court Register kept by the District Court Poznań Nowe Miasto i Wilda in Poznań, 8th Commercial Division of the National Court Register under the KRS number 0000347935, NIP 7792369887, REGON 301345068. By using the payment system indicated in the preceding paragraph, the Customer accepts the regulations of the above-mentioned payment system, the content of which is beyond the Service Provider’s control and for which the Service Provider is not responsible. Payment of the price for the Services should be made before the expiry of the payment deadline indicated to the Customer by the Service Provider, but not later than immediately before the Customer enters the territory of the Skatepark to provide the Service. The moment of commencement of the Service is the moment when the Service Provider receives confirmation, payment for the Service. When making the first purchase, the Customer is obliged to order a Membership Card, and pay a one-time fee for the production of a Membership Card in the amount indicated in the Price List. The Membership Card will be issued to the Customer during the first visit to the Skatepark. The Service Provider has the right to change the prices of tickets, passes, Membership Cards or other Services, but such change does not affect the price of tickets, passes, Cards Membership or other services ordered and paid for prior to this change. The ticket entitles the Customer to a one-time visit to the Skatepark on the day the ticket was purchased. If the user leaves the Skatepark area, it is necessary to purchase a new ticket. The pass entitles you to the number of visits to the Skatepark in 30 consecutive days (one month) specified in the pass. counting from the date of purchase of the pass. The right to visit the Skatepark expires upon the expiry of the ticket or pass validity. A customer who has a valid ticket or pass has the option to reserve a place on the Group Classes on days for which a given ticket or pass is valid.

§ 6 Duties and responsibility of the Client

The client is obliged to:

  1. to use the Service in accordance with its purpose, Regulations, Skatepark Regulations, and other documents to which the Regulations refer;
  2. comply with generally applicable law when using from Services;
  3. immediately inform the Service Provider of any changes to the data indicated in the Customer Area;
  4. timely payment for the Services;
  5. providing real and correct personal data for the purpose of placing an order and using the Service, in particular to provide true age data.

§ 7 Obligations and responsibility of the Service Provider

  1. The Service Provider is obliged to provide the Service with due diligence.
  2. In connection with the Service provided, the Service Provider is not responsible for:
    1. permanent or temporary and unexpected failures of the Service caused by a lack of electricity, data server failure, hacker attack, random circumstances, natural disasters or force majeure;
    2. temporary interruptions in the operation of the Customer Area due to service works,
    3. lost benefits of the Customer [to the extent that this liability may be excluded by law];
    4. permanent or temporary failures of the Service caused by third parties involved in the provision of the Service to the Customer [in to the extent that this liability may be excluded by law];
    5. the consequences of improper use of the Service by the
    6. breakdowns or other damage to the Client’s equipment or other hardware, devices, operating system, software or damage or loss of Customer data caused by software provided by the Service Provider [to the extent that liability may be excluded by law];
    7. the Customer’s use of software not supported by its producer, in particular in this case, the Service Provider is not responsible for the safety and uninterrupted provision of the Service.
  3. Responsibility of the Service Provider towards the Customer in connection with the Service is in each case limited to the value of the fee

you paid by the Customer for the last ticket purchased by the Customer or a pass – to the extent that this liability may be excluded by law.

§ 8 Risk related to the use of the Service

The use of the Services is not associated with any particular risks, except for the risks that commonly occur when using the Internet. Regardless of this, it is recommended to use anti-virus software to minimize the introduction of malware into the Customer’s ICT system by unauthorized persons.

§ 9 Consumer’s right to withdraw from the contract

  1. The consumer has the right to withdraw from the contract with the Service Provider without giving a reason, within 14 days from the date of its conclusion, unless the Service has already been provided by the Service Provider or the Consumer, through his fault, has not provided the Service whose date implementation expired.
  2. In order to withdraw from the contract, the Consumer should submit an appropriate statement to the Service Provider. For this purpose, the consumer may submit a statement as follows: “Being aware of the consequences of withdrawing from the contract, I hereby declare that I withdraw from the contract with Mr. Łukasz Gawąd, running a business under the company BEAR HDWR Łukasz Gawąd concluded on on [date]” ; and the use of the model declaration is not obligatory.
  3. The declaration of withdrawal from the contract submitted before the acceptance of the order by the Service Provider causes that the offer submitted by the Consumer ceases to be binding.
  4. In the event of withdrawal from of the contract by the Consumer, the contract shall be deemed not concluded.

§ 10 Complaints

  1. Complaints about non-performance or improper performance of the Service are submitted by sending an e-mail and should contain:
    1. Customer’s contact details enabling identification and communication with him / her ;
    2. information about the Service to which the complaint relates and reservations regarding the Service;
    3. description of the circumstances justifying the complaint;
    4. Customer’s requests related to the complaint.
  2. A properly submitted complaint will be considered within 14 days from the date of its receipt by the Service Provider. The Service Provider will respond to the complaint within a specified period, indicating whether it accepts the complaint (and how the Service Provider intends to implement it) or whether it does not accept the complaint (along with the justification for its position).
  3. If the Service Provider does not respond to the Consumer’s request within 14 days, it means that he considered the request justified to the extent that it complies with generally applicable provisions, these Regulations, the Skatepark Regulations, the Privacy Policy and other documents referred to in these Regulations .
  4. The Service Provider reserves the right to extend the period referred to in paragraph 2 and 3 above in the event of the need to clarify additional circumstances, in particular related to services provided to the Service Provider by third parties. This provision does not apply to the contract concluded with the Consumer.

§ 11 Jurisdiction and Dispute Resolution

  1. In matters not covered by the Regulations, the generally applicable provisions of Polish law shall apply. In the case of Consumers, the choice of law does not deprive the consumer of the protection granted on the basis of provisions that cannot be excluded by the contract on the basis of the law of the country in which the Consumer has his habitual residence.
  2. The consumer is entitled to use of out-of-court means of dealing with complaints and redress, including the right to apply to the Municipal Consumer Ombudsman.
  3. In the event of a dispute arising from the Service Providers

a suggests that you use an amicable resolution method. Detailed information on out-of-court redress methods is available on the website at https://uokik.gov.pl . The Service Provider declares that does not apply the code of good practice referred to in the Act of 23 August 2007 r. on counteracting unfair market practices. In case of doubt, it is assumed that the place of providing the Service is the Republic of Poland. This provision does not apply to the contract concluded with the Consumer. Any litigation will be subject to the jurisdiction of the court of the Service Provider. This provision does not apply to the contract concluded with the Consumer.

§ 12 Term and termination

  1. The contract between the Service Provider and the Customer for the provision of the Service is concluded for an indefinite period of time, unless otherwise stated in its content or the will of the parties.
  2. The Service Provider may suspend the provision of the Services if the Customer :
    1. breach the provisions of the Regulations or other documents in force between the parties;
    2. does not act in accordance with the provisions of the Regulations;
    3. does not pay the fees on time;
    4. uses the Service contrary to its purpose or the Regulations;
    5. works to the detriment of the Service Provider or other Clients.
  3. The suspension of the provision of the Service may last until the Customer stops the violating behavior. Before suspending the provision of the Service, the Service Provider will send the Customer a prior notice to cease the violations.

§ 13 Final Provisions

  1. The Regulations shall enter into force on 01/01/2022.
  2. In the event that any of the provisions of the Regulations prove to be invalid, ineffective, illegal or unenforceable in whole or in part, this circumstance does not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of the Regulations.
  3. The Service Provider reserves the right to make changes to the Regulations for important reasons (such as, among others, changes in the legal regulations, changes in the Service Provider’s business model, changes in the terms of the provision of services to the Service Provider by third parties that are necessary for the implementation of the Service, changes in the offer of the Service provided), after informing the Customer about this fact by e-mail. Amendments to the provisions of the Regulations shall enter into force on the date indicated in the e-mail, but not earlier than after 14 days from the moment of informing the Customers by e-mail about the new provisions.
  4. Change the name of the Service Provider and changes resulting from changes in the law, which do not affect the nature, manner and quality of the Service, do not constitute a change to the contract concluded with the client.
  5. The consumer may object to the proposed changes and terminate the contract with the Service Provider within 14 days from the date of receipt of the e-mail containing information about the change in the Regulations. The deadline for objecting to the proposed changes and termination of the contract in the case of a Customer who is not a Consumer is 7 days from the date of receipt by him of an e-mail containing information about the changes to the Regulations.
  6. Appendices to the Regulations are an integral part of it.