Terms & Conditions

This Regulation has been created to protect your rights. It contains information on how to place an order, the conditions for entering into an agreement, payment methods, as well as information on the complaint procedure and all information provided by the universally applicable laws. If you have any questions about the content of the Regulation, please contact me using the information provided below.

DEFINITIONS

  • Seller/Service Provider – Szymon Wójcik conducting business under the name Szymon Wójcik Design Solutions, NIP: 6832134352, REGON: 527198959.
  • Online Store/Store – an online store available at www.flightory.com and on its relevant subpages, through which the Customer can place orders and purchase specific Digital Content.
  • Price – the monetary value that the Customer is obligated to pay the Seller for Digital Content.
  • Proof of purchase – an invoice, or other proof provided to the Customer upon request confirming the sale of Digital Content. The proof of purchase is issued in accordance with the Act on Goods and Services Tax of March 11, 2004, and other relevant legal provisions.
  • Working day – a day from Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays.
  • Registration form – a form available on the website allowing the User to create their own account.
  • Order form – a form available on the website allowing the placement of an order.
  • Customer – a buyer intending to enter into or who has entered into a Sales Agreement with the Seller.
  • Compatibility – the interaction of Digital Content or digital services with computer hardware or software, typically used to access or use digital content or services without the need for transformation.
  • Consumer – a natural person who performs a legal act with an entrepreneur not directly related to their economic or professional activity.
  • Account – designated by an individual name (login) and password, a set of resources in the teleinformatics system of the Service Provider, containing, among other things, personal data of the Service Recipient, including information about placed orders.
  • Newsletter – an electronic distribution service offered by the Seller via email, which the Customer can order/subscribe to. It allows Service Recipients to receive electronic content from the Seller: information about the Seller, Digital Content, services related to the Seller, news, promotions in the Store.
  • Payment operator – Woopayments Stripe
  • Entrepreneur with Consumer Rights – An entrepreneur entering into an agreement with the Seller related to their business activity, but this agreement does not have a professional nature for this person, particularly arising from the subject of their business activity disclosed in the Central Register and Information on Business Activity.
  • Entrepreneur – a natural person, legal person, and organizational unit not being a legal person, to whom separate regulations grant legal capacity, conducting business activity on their behalf, including professional activity, making purchases directly related to this activity, in the Store.
  • Regulation – these Store regulations.
  • Store – the online store of the Service Provider.
  • Sales Agreement – an agreement for the sale of Digital Content concluded between the Seller and the Customer through the online Store.
  • Distance contract – an agreement concluded between the Customer and the Seller through the Store, without the physical presence of the parties, using only one or several means of communication at a distance until the contract is concluded.
  • Electronic Service – a service provided electronically by the Service Provider (Seller) to the Service Recipient (Customer) through the Store.
  • Digital Content – all digital content offered through the Store, including texts, images, graphics, video materials, photos, or sounds, considered works under the Act of February 4, 1994, on copyright and related rights (uniform text Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1191, 1293). They are also data on the basis of which, with the use of appropriate software and hardware, specific information can be obtained after processing.
  • Buyer – a natural person, legal person, or organizational unit without legal personality, to whom the law grants legal capacity, using the Electronic Service.
  • Order – the Customer’s declaration of will expressing a direct intention to conclude a distance contract using means of communication at a distance. The order specifies the Digital Content it concerns, as well as information necessary to conclude and perform the Agreement, indicated in the Order Form, such as the payment method, delivery method, delivery location, Customer data.
  • Payment – payment of the amount due to the Seller, which can be made through the available online payment methods in the Store, depending on the selected payment method and ordered Digital Content.
  • System – a set of computer devices and software that allows processing, storing, sending, and receiving data through telecommunications networks using an appropriate end device (Internet).
  • Digital environment – computer hardware, software, and network connections used by the Buyer to access digital content or digital services or use them.
  • License Agreement – an agreement for the paid use of Digital Content by the Customer, concluded on the terms specified in the Regulation.
  • Consumer Rights Act – the Act of May 30, 2014, on consumer rights (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 827, as amended), further referred to as the Act.
  • Civil Code – the Act of April 23, 1964 (Journal of Laws No. 16, item 93, as amended), further referred to as the Civil Code.
  • GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016, on the protection of individuals concerning the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC, further referred to as the GDPR.
  • Personal Data Protection Act – the Act of May 10, 2018, on the protection of personal data (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1000, as amended).
  • Act on the provision of electronic services – the Act of July 18, 2002, on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204, as amended).

PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS

The Service Provider, and at the same time the Seller in the Store, is Szymon Wójcik conducting business under the name Szymon Wójcik Design Solutions, NIP: 6932134352, REGON: 527198959. The online store is available at www.flightory.com and on relevant subpages, operated by the Seller. For any matters related to orders or the functioning of the Store, please contact the Seller using the following contact details: Email: contact@flightory.com

The Seller provides the Regulations free of charge to the Customer or User before starting to use the Store. The Customer may retain the content of the Regulations in a manner convenient for them, such as saving it on a durable medium or printing. The seller is presently exempt from VAT registration, as permitted for small businesses in Poland. Acceptance of the provisions of the Regulations is a condition for using the Store and concluding a Sales Agreement. By accepting it, the Customer agrees to all the provisions of the Regulations and undertakes to comply with them. Acceptance of the Regulations is voluntary but necessary to conclude the Agreement and place an order through the Store. Information about Digital Content provided on the Store’s websites, especially their descriptions, technical parameters, and prices, does not constitute an offer within the meaning of the Civil Code but is only an invitation to conclude an agreement within the meaning of Article 71 of the Civil Code. Customers using the Store are obliged to:

  • Use Electronic Services in accordance with applicable laws and the provisions of these Regulations.
  • Not provide or transmit content of an unlawful nature.
  • Use all content posted in the Store only for their own personal use in accordance with the granted license (if granted). Digital content and other materials, texts, descriptions, video materials, graphics, logos posted in the Store are the property of the Seller or have been used by him with the consent of third parties holding copyrights or other intellectual property rights to them. Copying photos and other graphic materials without the written consent of the Seller or another third party holding the rights is prohibited. Downloading photos and other materials from the Store and using them for marketing and commercial purposes or any other purposes is also prohibited without the written consent of the Seller or another third party holding copyrights or intellectual property rights. The use of the mentioned materials without the written consent may be unlawful and may be the basis for civil and criminal proceedings against those engaging in such activities. By placing entries in the Service, including texts, photos, and drawings, the Customer grants the Seller a free, non-exclusive, and territorially unlimited license to record them by any technique, publicly distribute, share, and use them for promotional and advertising purposes. In particular, by placing comments and reviews about a particular Digital Content within the Service, the Customer agrees to the use of these comments and reviews by the Service Provider, including their distribution for promotional and advertising purposes. The Customer also grants the Service Provider the authority to exercise derivative rights to the Customer’s work and to exercise on behalf of the Customer personal copyright, especially the right to integrity. The Customer may terminate this agreement at any time by submitting a statement to the Service Provider terminating the license and requesting the removal of the materials specified in that statement. The Customer cannot make a purchase anonymously or under a pseudonym or using incorrect personal data. The Seller has the right to organize occasional contests and promotions, the conditions of which will be provided each time on the Store’s website. Prices, the nature of each Digital Content, its characteristic features, and information about essential properties are presented when presenting the Digital Content. The Customer may use the provided functions of the Store in accordance with the Regulations and applicable laws and in a manner that does not disrupt the functioning of the Store and other Customers.

MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

For the proper functioning of the Store, the following are necessary:

  • Device with internet access.
  • Web browser supporting JavaScript and cookies. To place an order in the Store, in addition to the requirements specified in point 1, an active email account is necessary. Before using the Service, the Customer is obliged to check whether their device meets the technical requirements specified in the Regulations.

CONCLUSION OF THE AGREEMENT AND ORDER FULFILLMENT

The customer can place an order and then conclude a contract through the Order Form on the Store’s website by completing the Order Form, to the extent necessary to finalize the order.

Orders can be placed in the Store 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, except for situations beyond the Seller’s control (force majeure).

To successfully place an order, the customer must:

  1. Add Digital Content to the Cart by clicking the “Buy” button next to the presented Digital Content.
  2. Fill out the order form with the necessary data.
  3. Choose a payment method from those available in the Store.
  4. Accept the provisions of the Regulations and Privacy Policy.
  5. Choose the “Buy and Pay” button, indicating the need to pay for the order, and complete the purchase on the next page.

The customer is aware and understands that by clicking the “Buy and Pay” button, they enter into an agreement with the Seller, which entails an obligation to pay on the customer’s side.

To place an order, the customer must provide the following data in the forms:

  1. First and last name.
  2. Address (country, street, building number, apartment number, postal code, city).
  3. Phone number.
  4. Email address.
  5. Optionally: name and company details.

The order sent by the buyer is a statement of the buyer’s intention to conclude a Sales Agreement with the Seller, in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations.

The customer can also optionally submit comments to the order.

The customer has the option to modify the order within the Service until the “Buy and Pay” button is activated.

In a situation where the customer wants to receive an invoice, they are obliged to provide this request. The invoice will be sent to the email address provided by the customer, for which the customer gives consent.

The customer makes the payment by choosing one of the payment methods available in the Store.

After placing the order, the Seller immediately confirms the order placed by the customer. The confirmation of the order by the Seller is done by sending an email message to the customer containing confirmation of all essential elements of the order, to the email address provided by the customer.

The email message constitutes confirmation of the conclusion of the Sales Agreement between the Seller and the Customer. The agreement is considered concluded upon receipt by the customer of an email message confirming all essential elements of the sales agreement.

The Seller reserves the right not to fulfill the order in the case of:

  1. Incorrect/incomplete completion of the order form (lack of all data necessary to fulfill the order).

The Seller will provide the Consumer or Entrepreneur acting as a Consumer with confirmation of the consent given by the Consumer or Entrepreneur acting as a Consumer to the delivery of Digital Content in circumstances causing the loss of the right to withdraw from the contract, if such consent has been given by them.

PRICES

The prices of Digital Content displayed in the Store are in USD and are gross prices.

The Seller does not apply mechanisms for individually adjusting prices in the Store based on automated decision-making.

The Seller does not use external tools or providers to meet the requirements regarding prices, promotions, discounts, and their presentation on the website and subpages of the online Store.

PAYMENT METHODS

The current payment methods are specified in the Store at the time when the Customer expresses the intention to enter into an Agreement.

The following payment methods for ordered Digital Content are possible:

  1. Electronic transfer – can be executed through the Payment Operator’s system.

Complaints – The Customer can file a complaint regarding the Payment. Complaints are handled in accordance with the rules of the Payment Operators.

The payment date is considered the day the Seller’s bank account is credited.

DELIVERY OF DIGITAL CONTENT AND CHANGES TO DIGITAL CONTENT

Delivery of digital content takes place via the Internet in electronic form. Due to the nature of the product being sold, the purchase of Digital Content can only be fulfilled after payment has been made in advance. The Buyer will gain access to the Digital Content through a link/links sent to the email address provided by the Buyer. The Seller processes orders for Digital Content and provides access to the Buyer automatically upon payment authorization. An order containing digital files is processed upon the Seller receiving information from the payment processing entity about the completion of full payment. Digital Content is considered delivered at the moment when the Digital Content or the means allowing access to the Digital Content or downloading the Digital Content are made available to the Buyer. If fulfilling an order is not possible, the Seller will inform the Buyer of the situation by sending a message to the email address provided by the Buyer when placing the order. In the event of the Buyer making a prior payment for such an order, the Seller will refund the amount paid to the bank account from which the payment was made. The Seller may impose time restrictions on access to specific Digital Content (e.g., access to certain Digital Content will only be available for 3 months). In the case of time limitations, the Seller clearly indicates to the Buyer the duration for which the Buyer will have access to specific Digital Content under the concluded Agreement. The Seller is entitled to make changes to the scope of Digital Content during the term of the Agreement, with the exception of Digital Content delivered as a one-time occurrence. Changes to the scope of Digital Content acquired by the Consumer or the Entrepreneur with Consumer Rights may be made while adhering to the following requirements: Changes to Digital Content may only be made for justified reasons; Changes to Digital Content may not result in costs to the Consumer or the Entrepreneur with Consumer Rights. The Seller will inform the Consumer or the Entrepreneur with Consumer Rights clearly and understandably about the changes being made. Digital Content may, but does not have to, be accompanied by additional services, e.g., access to a support group related to the purchased Digital Content, online meetings with the Seller or others, participation in additional webinars, etc. All such services are ancillary to the main obligation of the Seller.

LICENSE

The Buyer may use Digital Content solely for personal purposes. Under no circumstances does the Buyer have the right to share or sell Digital Content or any derivatives thereof under their own designation, include Digital Content or its portions in their own products or services that they share or sell, or engage in any similar profit-generating activities using Digital Content. If the Buyer wishes to use Digital Content in their business or professional activities, they are obligated to contact the Seller to obtain a license for the specific Digital Content by sending a message to the Seller’s email address. To enter into such an agreement, the Buyer should approach the Seller with a proposal to conclude a licensing agreement, informing the Seller specifically about the purposes for which they intend to use the Digital Content and the anticipated duration of use. Any violation of the provisions of the License Agreement for Digital Content entitles the Seller to immediately terminate the License Agreement by sending a termination statement to the User at the email address provided by the Customer on their Account.

RETURN AND REFUND POLICY

Considering the inherent characteristics of digital products, our standard policy generally does not encompass refund provisions. It is strongly advised that customers thoroughly evaluate product specifications before completing a purchase or opt to download any available free products for preliminary testing.

Exceptions:

Nevertheless, we may entertain refund requests in the following circumstances:

  1. Duplicate Purchase: In the event of an inadvertent acquisition of the same digital product on multiple occasions, we urge customers to promptly contact us for necessary assistance.
  2. Technical Issues: Should there be any technical challenges or difficulties in accessing the digital product, we are committed to collaborating with customers to address and resolve such issues in a timely and effective manner.

NON-CONFORMITY OF GOODS WITH THE AGREEMENT

The Service Provider is responsible to the Customer if the Product is inconsistent with the agreement. Details regarding the non-conformity of the Service or Digital Content with the agreement are governed by the provisions of the Civil Code and the Act of May 30, 2014, on consumer rights, concerning Consumers and Entrepreneurs on consumer rights.

In the event of identifying non-conformity of the Content or Digital Service with the Agreement, the Customer should contact the Service Provider (at the email address provided at the beginning of the Regulations or in writing), specifying their claim related to the non-conformity of the Content or Digital Service with the Agreement.

If Digital Content or a Digital Service is inconsistent with the Agreement, the Consumer may demand its compliance. The Service Provider may refuse to bring the Digital Content or Digital Service into conformity with the agreement if bringing the Digital Content or Digital Service into conformity in a manner chosen by the Consumer is impossible or would require excessive costs for the Service Provider. When assessing the excessive costs, all circumstances of the case are taken into account, in particular, the significance of the non-conformity of the Content or Digital Service with the agreement and the value of the Content or Digital Service consistent with the Agreement. The Service Provider brings the Content or Digital Service into conformity with the agreement within a reasonable time from the moment the Service Provider was informed by the Consumer of the non-conformity with the Agreement, and without undue inconvenience to the Consumer, taking into account their nature and the purpose for which they are used. The costs of bringing Digital Content or a Digital Service into conformity with the Agreement are borne by the Service Provider. If the Content or Digital Service is inconsistent with the Agreement, the Consumer may make a statement about the price reduction or withdrawal from the Agreement when: bringing it into conformity with the Agreement is impossible or would require excessive costs, according to points 4 and 5; the Service Provider has not brought the digital content or digital service into conformity with the agreement in accordance with points 6; non-conformity with the Agreement still exists, even though the entrepreneur tried to bring the Digital Content or Digital Service into conformity with the Agreement; from the statement of the Service Provider or from the circumstances, it clearly follows that he will not bring the Content or Digital Service into conformity with the Agreement within a reasonable time or without undue inconvenience to the Consumer. The Service Provider will consider the complaint within a reasonable period of 14 days. If the Customer, being a Consumer, exercising the rights due to the non-conformity of the Product with the Agreement, has addressed appropriate requests to the Service Provider, and the Service Provider has not responded to this request within 14 calendar days, it is considered that this request has been considered justified. To expedite the consideration of the complaint, it is recommended that the Customer include in the complaint description information and circumstances regarding the subject of the complaint, in particular, the type and date of non-conformity with the agreement and contact details of the complainant. The recommendations given in the previous sentence are only advisory and do not affect the effectiveness of complaints submitted without the recommended complaint description. If the Customer is an Entrepreneur, the Service Provider’s liability for warranty is excluded. The Service Provider is responsible for the lack of conformity with the agreement of Digital Content or Digital Services delivered once or in parts, which existed at the time of its delivery and revealed within two years from that moment. It is presumed that the lack of conformity with the Agreement, which revealed itself before the expiration of one year from the delivery of Digital Content or Digital Service, existed at the time of its delivery. The Service Provider cannot invoke the expiry of the period for determining the lack of conformity of Digital Content or a Digital Service with the Agreement if he deceitfully concealed this lack. The Service Provider is responsible for the lack of conformity with the agreement of Digital Content or Digital Service delivered continuously, which occurred or revealed itself during the time in which, according to the agreement, they were to be delivered. It is presumed that the lack of conformity with the Agreement occurred at that time if it revealed itself during that time. The presumptions specified in points 13 and 15 do not apply if: the digital environment of the consumer is not compatible with the technical requirements, of which the Service Provider informed him clearly and understandably before concluding the Agreement; the Consumer, informed in a clear and understandable manner before concluding the Agreement about the obligation to cooperate with the Service Provider, to a reasonable extent and using the least burdensome technical means for him, in order to determine whether the lack of conformity with Digital Content or Digital Service with the Agreement results from the characteristics of the consumer’s digital environment, does not fulfill this obligation in a timely manner. The rights arising from the non-conformity of the Service or Digital Content with the agreement apply to Customers of the Store who are Consumers or Entrepreneurs on consumer rights. An Entrepreneur on consumer rights accepts these Regulations and then uses his rights. An Entrepreneur on consumer rights should complete the relevant form of non-conformity of Content or Digital Service with the agreement, in particular, data confirming circumstances confirming his status in accordance with art. 7a of the consumer rights act or provide this information to the Service Provider in another way.

PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA AND COOKIES

In accordance with Article 13(1) and (2) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Act of May 10, 2018, on the protection of personal data, I inform you that: The administrator of the customer’s personal data is Szymon Wójcik conducting business under the name Szymon Wójcik Design Solutions, NIP: 6832134352, REGON: 527198959, also referred to in the Regulations as the Seller or Service Provider. Contact with the Administrator can be made using the following data: email: contact@flightory.com or in writing to the Administrator’s address. Customer’s personal data provided by the Customer will be processed based on the contract concluded between the Customer and the Administrator, the conclusion of which results from acceptance, based on Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR (necessary for the conclusion and/or performance of the contract). This is necessary for the performance of this contract and then maintaining the Customer’s account and handling the Customer related to the concluded contract. Customer’s personal data may also be processed for the following purposes and on the following legal bases:

  • analyzing data collected automatically when using the website – based on Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the Administrator);
  • issuing invoices and fulfilling other obligations arising from tax law – based on Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR (obligation arising from legal provisions);
  • handling complaints or claims – based on Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR (necessary for the conclusion and/or performance of the contract);
  • establishment, investigation, or defense against claims – based on Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator);
  • telephone contact regarding service implementation/complaint – based on Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR (necessary for the conclusion and/or performance of the contract);
  • creating registers and records related to the GDPR – based on Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR (obligation arising from legal provisions) and Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator);
  • archival and evidentiary purposes, for securing information that may be used to demonstrate facts – based on Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR (legitimate interest of the administrator);
  • use of cookies on the website – based on Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR (Consent). Providing personal data is voluntary but necessary for the purposes related to the execution of the contract and the realization of the legitimate interests of the Administrator. Failure to provide them will make it impossible to conclude and perform the Agreement. Customer’s personal data will be processed for the duration of the contract and also for the period of securing possible claims in accordance with generally applicable legal regulations. They will then be deleted unless the Customer decides to use the services of the Administrator and leave them on another basis and for the purpose indicated to him. Customer’s personal data will be made available to other data recipients, such as: Accounting, services providing IT system maintenance and hosting, mail service provider, law firm, subcontractors and assignees involved in the operation of the online store, etc. Due to the fact that the Administrator uses external providers of various services, e.g. Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (Facebook and its subsidiaries), Google, Microsoft, etc., Customer data may be transferred to the United States of America (USA) in connection with their storage on American servers (in whole or in part). Google and Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (Facebook and its subsidiaries) apply compliance mechanisms provided for by the GDPR (e.g. certificates) or standard contractual clauses. They will be transferred only to recipients who guarantee the highest protection and security of data, among others through:
  • cooperation with entities processing personal data in countries for which the European Commission has issued an appropriate decision,
  • application of standard contractual clauses issued by the European Commission (as is the case with Google),
  • application of binding corporate rules approved by the competent supervisory authority or to which the transfer of personal data has been consented by the Customer. The Customer has the right to access the content of their data, correct them, rectify them, delete them, or limit processing, the right to object to processing, the right to data portability, the right to request access to data, and the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority – the President of the Personal Data Protection Office if they believe that the processing of their data is not in accordance with currently applicable legal regulations regarding data protection. They also have the right to be forgotten if further processing is not provided for by currently applicable legal regulations. The Customer also has the right to withdraw consent at any time if they have provided their personal data based on consent. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the processing of data carried out on the basis of consent before its withdrawal. The Customer’s data will not be processed in an automated manner, including profiling within the meaning of the GDPR, which means that the Administrator will not make automated decisions that affect the rights and freedoms of the Customer. The Administrator takes technical and organizational measures appropriate to the level of security of the services provided, in particular measures to prevent the acquisition and modification of personal data by unauthorized persons. Detailed rules for collecting, processing, and storing personal data used to fulfill orders, as well as the cookie policy, are contained in the privacy policy available on the website.

OUT-OF-COURT METHODS OF COMPLAINT RESOLUTION AND CLAIM ENFORCEMENT

The Seller consents to submit any disputes arising in connection with the sale of Digital Content to mediation proceedings. Details will be determined by the conflicting parties.

The consumer has the option to use out-of-court methods of complaint resolution and claim enforcement. The consumer has the right to:

  • refer to the permanent consumer arbitration court with a request for dispute resolution arising from the concluded contract,
  • contact the voivodeship inspector of the Trade Inspection with a request to initiate mediation proceedings for an amicable resolution of the dispute between the Customer and the Seller,
  • use the assistance of the district (city) consumer ombudsman or a social organization whose statutory tasks include consumer protection (e.g., Consumer Federation, Consumer Association of Poland).

Detailed information about out-of-court methods of complaint resolution and claim enforcement can be found on the website www.uokik.gov.pl and at the offices and websites of district (city) consumer ombudsmen, social organizations whose statutory tasks include consumer protection, or Voivodship Inspectorates of the Trade Inspection.

The consumer can also use the ODR platform, available at www.ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. The platform is designed to settle disputes between consumers and entrepreneurs seeking an out-of-court resolution of disputes related to contractual obligations arising from online sales agreements or service provision agreements.

A matter can be considered by an arbitration court only after the complaint procedure is completed, and if both parties to the dispute agree to it. In other cases, any disputes are subject to the jurisdiction of the competent courts in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure and general jurisdiction.

FINAL PROVISIONS

Agreements concluded through the Store and services provided are executed in the Polish language and based on Polish law. The Seller reserves the right to make changes to the Regulations. The Regulations applicable to agreements concluded before the change apply to the date of conclusion of the agreement. This Regulations is effective from the date of publication on the Store’s website. This Regulations has been prepared based on Polish law. In matters not regulated by this Regulations, the provisions of Polish law, including the Civil Code, the Consumer Rights Act, or other laws applicable to the operation and functioning of the online store within the Republic of Poland, shall apply. The provisions of the Regulations do not exclude the possibility for Customers to invoke the absolutely binding legal provisions regulating consumer rights protection. The provisions of this Regulations do not exclude taking legal steps provided for by universally applicable laws against individuals violating license terms and copyrights. The resolution of any disputes between the Seller and a Customer who is not a consumer within the meaning of Article 221 of the Civil Code is subject to the court having jurisdiction over the Seller’s registered office.