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Terms of use

General conditions of the use of online services of the company Fat Chilli s.r.o. (Ltd.)
(Henceforth “Conditions of use”) (latest amendment – July 2007)

This agreement is between:
The company Fat Chilli s.r.o.
(Henceforth “Provider”)
amf


(Henceforth “User”)

YOU SHOULD READ THIS CONTRACT BEFORE YOU START USING ANY SERVICES RENDERED VIA THE GLOBAL COMPUTER NETWORK INTERNET BY THE COMPANY FAT CHILLI S.R.O. . ANY CONTENTS OR SERVICES OF THE PAGES LISTED BELOW ARE PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT AND IN THE WAY STIPULATED LATER IN THIS CONTRACT. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF THIS CONTRACT, DO NOT USE THE CONTENTS AND SERVICES OF THESE PAGES. BY USING ANY OF THE CONTENTS OR SERVICES RENDERED BY THE COMPANY FAT CHILLI S.R.O., YOU AGREE TO THIS CONTRACT AND YOU ARE NOT AUTHORISED TO ACT CONTRARY TO IT.

  • Article 1.
    Definition of basic terms

    • 1.1. Online services
      Online services means provision of access to the following web pages: www.fatchilli.com, www.reality.SME.sk, www.living.spectator.sk, www.living.hnonline.sk, www.living.pluska.sk. (or their aliases).

    • 1.2. Provider
      The Provider of the Online services is Fat Chilli s.r.o., a company with limited liability entered in the Trade Register of the District Court Bratislava I, in the department s.r.o.(Ltd.), entry No. 27931/B

    • 1.3. User
      The User of the Online services, by using the Online services of the Provider, pledges to respect these Conditions of use.

    • 1.4. Content
      The Contents of the Online services are protected by the Copyright Act. All rights are reserved. Repeated publishing or distribution of the Contents of these Online services without the written authorisation of the Provider is prohibited.

  • Article 2.
    Conditions of rendering and using the Online services

    • 2.1.All Contents published by the Provider (including – but not limited to – stories, photographs, pictures, illustrations, audio- or video-clips, web-design, programming scripts, or codes) is protected by the Copyright Act, and is the property of the Provider, or his contracted partners. Online services and their Contents are also protected by international contracts on copyright to which the Slovak Republic is a signatory.

    • 2.2. User cannot distribute, or take part in distributing, selling, or re-distributing the Contents of the Online services of the Provider if this is not stipulated otherwise in a written form between the User and the Provider.

    • 2.3.Some Online services of the Provider allow the User to publish his/her opinions. Some Online services of the Provider allow the User to publish advertising. The User must not publish any advertising text, organise collections, nor deny the non-commercial purpose of the discussion forums in any other way. It is also prohibited for the User to publish offensive, obscene, pornographic, or illegal opinions, texts, or expressions. The User is solely responsible for the contents of his/her texts, or advertisements. The Provider cannot check and is not responsible for the contents of individual discussion items or advertisements posted by the User. The Provider reserves the right to delete or block fully the access of the User to these Online services if the User breaks the rules of this Article. The User bears direct legal responsibility for any text which he publishes through the Online services.

    • 2.4. The User pledges to use the space in advertisements published by him/her only for the purpose for which it was provided to him/her, and to publish advertising material such as a logo and www address only in spaces specifically defined for this purpose by the Provider. The User also pledges not to degrade the Contents of the Online services of the Provider by duplicating the contents inserted by the User within one domain and, in particular, pledges not to post the same advertisement several times.

    • 2.5. The User pledges to use the space in advertisements published by him/her in the following way:
      - in the box “LOCALITY”, the User pledges to always state the locality in which the advertised real estate is located
      - if he/she decides to use the function activated by the button “Add a position in the map”, the User pledges to always state in the map the locality in which the advertised real estate lies in the most precise way
      - in the box “Name”, the User pledges not to post any advertising material, e.g., the name of a company, or the web address of a company
      - in the box “Ad Text”, the User pledges to state the description of the advertised real estate including only those web links which direct people to the page directly related to the advertised property
      - the User pledges to add to the advertisements only such graphic documentation as relates directly to the advertised real estate, i.e. no illustrative, advertising or non-related graphic or photographic material of any kind.

    • 2.6. All information saved in the system administered by the Provider is the property of the Provider. The Provider reserves the right to change or terminate the rendering of the Online services concerning all, or a group of, Users, as well as to remove any Contents, which are a part of the system without any notification and without any duty of compensation towards any User or third party.

    • 2.7. The User is aware that information constituting part of the Contents of the Online services of the Provider does not replace official legal, financial, or real estate agents’ advice. The User is also aware of and recognises the fact that any data and (or) materials recorded or acquired in any other way through the Online services of the Provider are not checked in any way and thus the User takes full personal responsibility and risk in deciding how to treat them.

    • 2.8. The Provider does not give any guarantee of continual functionality or flawless operation or provision of the system of Online services. It is in the Provider´s interest to render all services to Users at the best level possible.

    • 2.9. The Provider guarantees the protection of personal data to all Users. The Provider does not collect any personal data other than that offered voluntarily by the User. The Provider does not consider data from the so-called LOG FILES to be personal data, nor any statistical data stemming from them.

    • 2.10. The User is not entitled to require the Provider to remove any advertising links, banners, or other forms of advertising which are implemented in Online services.

    • 2.11. The Provider refuses any responsibility for the Contents and functionality of the websites directly or indirectly connected to the Online services of the Provider.

  • Article 3.
    Changes and validity

    • 3.1. The Provider is entitled to change these Conditions of use. The Provider is obliged to publish the new wording of the Conditions 15 days before they come into effect at the latest.

    • 3.2. These Conditions of use lose their effect on the day they are replaced by the most recent Conditions of use.


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