1.1. WAGNER TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS LLC., having its registered seat in Croatia, Donja Reka 34B, 10450 Jastrebarsko, PIN: 00677336004, establishes these Terms of Sale (hereinafter as the: “Terms”) with the purpose to make the potential clients and clients familiar with the terms and conditions of business cooperation.
1.2. These Terms relate only and exclusively to the clients which are natural (private) persons. For the business subjects, you can find the Terms of Sale here.
1.3. There Terms are construed in accordance with the national and EU regulations related to the contractual, consumers’, commerce and e-commerce legal relations.
1.4. For the purpose of the interpretation of particular expressions, the following words will have the meaning as it follows (definitions):
II. GENERAL COMMERCIAL AND LEGAL TERMS
2. Service and Compensation; Agreement conclusion
2.1. Service Provider’s professional service are listed on the web-page wagnertechnologysolutions.com. List of the Services listed therein is not exhaustive. Upon the Client’s inquiry, the Service Provider can offer and perform the services similar and/or compatible to those expressly listed on the web-page. Service Provider performs the Service remotely. Service Provider performs the Services only when related to software, not hardware issues.
2.2. Service Provider neither guarantees for its availability upon receiving the Client’s inquiry, nor the Service Provider would be deemed legally obliged by such inquiry. Request for professional support directed from the Client to the Service Provider can only be deemed as request to send the Offer.
2.3. Upon the Client’s inquiry, the Service Provider sends its response on availability and/or contacts the Client in order to obtain more details regarding the Client’s needs and/or sends the Offer.
2.4. The Service Provider has right to reject the provision of the required Service in any case and for any reason.
2.5. The Offer sent by the Service Provider to the Client contains the exact service that will be provided by the Service Provider and does not include any other connected service.
2.6. The Offer sent by the Service Provider to the Client contains either exact amount of the Compensation for the performance of the Service or (in certain cases where specifically designated in the Offer) exact criteria for the calculation of the Service. The Compensation does not include the international bank transfer costs, conversion and similar costs and such costs are borne by the Client.
2.7. The Agreement is deemed concluded when the Client confirms the Offer.
2.8. By accepting the Offer and entering into the Agreement with the Service Provider, the Client confirms that it has read and understand these Terms about which the Client was expressly warned by the Service Provider in the Offer.
2.9. When the Offer is accepted and Agreement is concluded between the Parties, these Terms are deemed integral part of binding contractual relationship between the Parties. These Terms can be derogated only by the explicit agreement between the Parties.
3. Other statements and warranties
By accepting the Offer the Client expressly and irrevocably confirms the full understanding of the following terms and conditions of the Service:
4. Subcontractors and business partners/contacts of Service Provider
Subcontractors of Service Provider
4.1. In ordinary business operations, the Service Provider can engage the subcontractors in order to perform the Service Provider’s obligations undertaken by entering into the Agreement with the Client.
4.2. In case where the Service provider would engage subcontractor, the Service Provider remains directly liable to the Client, notwithstanding whether the particular Service or part of the Service was performed by subcontractor or Service Provider itself.
Business partners/contacts of Service Provider
4.3. In ordinary business operations where the Service Provider estimates that the Client would (for any reason) need the service other than the one which Service Provider could perform for the Client or if the Service Provider is not available to provide the Service for any reason, the Service Provider can recommend some of its partners/ business contacts for such services. Service Provider is not obliged to make such recommendation.
4.4. In case where the Service Provider would recommend some of its business partners/business contact, the Service Provider makes such recommendation on the basis of its professional opinion on those partners/contacts and/or on its prior professional experience with them. However, the Client undertakes the full responsibility for the final choice and/or for engaging the Service Provider’s recommended business partner/contact. Under no circumstances the Service Provider could be held liable neither for the choice and/or engagement of any Service Provider’s business partner and/or contact, nor for the any action and/or omission and/or performance/results of such business partner and/or contact.
5.1. The Service Provider will be deemed liable for the damages incurred by the Client in cases the damages are result of the Service Provider’s performance committed by intention or gross negligence. Ordinary negligence of the Service Provider is excluded from the liability.
5.2. The Service Provider can not be deemed liable in the following cases:
6. Unilateral termination of the Agreement
6.1. The Agreement concluded remotely can be unilaterally terminated by the consumer (the Client) without designating the reason for the termination. The unilateral termination can be declared by the Client within 14 days from the conclusion of the Agreement, starting as of the day after the Agreement has been concluded/ the Offer has been accepted.
6.2. The notice on the unilateral termination of the Agreement needs to be sent to the Service Provider via email email@example.com, unambiguously informing the Service Provider that the Agreement is unilaterally terminated by the Client.
6.3. In case where the Client would unilaterally terminate the Agreement, the Service Provider will pay back to the Client the amount of the Compensation received by the Client. The Service Provider is due to make the payment via bank transfer and only in the amount of the Compensation designated in the Offer. Client bears all costs related to the international bank transfers, conversion costs etc. The Service Provider will pay the Compensation back to the Client within 14 days as of the day when Service Provider had received the termination notice from the Client.
6.4. The Agreement can not be unilaterally terminated if the Service Provider has already performed the Service or has already started performing the Service. In case where the Service can be performed in parts and the Service Provider has already performed a part of the Service, the Agreement can not be unilaterally terminated with respect to the performed part of the Service.
7. Consumers’ objections
The consumer (the Client) has a right to file an objection to the Service Provider in case of deficiency/ imperfection of the Service. Objection can be filed at email address firstname.lastname@example.org. In such case, the Service Provider will send the written answer to the Client within 15 days as of the date of the objection receipt.
8. Termination of the Agreement
8.1. In cases where the Parties agreed on the continuous Service for indefinite time period, (e.g. maintenance or any other service which is not one-term and/or is agreed on continuous and/or repetitive basis) each of the Parties has a right to, without specifying the reason unilaterally cancel the Agreement with 6-month termination period, starting as of the day when another Party had received the termination notice from the terminating Party.
8.2. Continuous Service agreed on definite time period can not be unilaterally cancelled by any of the Parties.
8.3. Each of the Partes has a right to terminate the Agreement due to the breach of these Terms and/or provisions of the Agreement and/or expected practices of prudent businessman. Regularly, the Party suffering the breach is due to to give additional 15-day period to the breaching Party to make necessary compliance and/or actions to repair the breach and/or similar actions. If the breaching Party does not make such actions, the Agreement will be deemed terminated upon the expiry of 15-day perid mentioned hereinabove. Exceptionally, in cases where, due to the breach, another Party suffers significant damage of any kind and/or if further cooperation, taking in mind all circumstances of the case, is significantly jeopardized, the suffering Party can terminate the Agreement without leaving 15-day period to the breaching Party.
III. DATA PROTECTION TERMS
9. In cases where the Service Provider performs one-term Service
9.1. In case where the Service Provider performs one-term Service during which it might have the access to personal data contained therein, according to the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) the Service Provider has a role of a “recipient” of personal data contained therein. This means that Service Provider has only particular and accidental access to the personal data (if any) in course of performing the Service. In such cases the Service Provider does not have any specific data protection obligations other than one to act as a prudent businessman and to keep all the personal data confidential.
9.2. For avoidance of any doubts, one-term Service for the purposes of these Terms stands for any Service provided by the Service Provider to the Client on one-term basis (meaning no continuously contracted weekly/monthly/annually and similar permanent/continuous services). One-term Service for the purposes of these Terms stands also for each one-term Service in situation where the Parties developed business relationship in which Service Provider occasionally performs one-term Services for the Client.
10. In cases where the Service Provider performs continuous Service
10.1. In case where the Service Provider performs continuous Service during which it might have the access to personal data contained therein, according to the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) the Service Provider has a role of a “controller” of personal data contained therein. This role implies the Service Provider’s obligation to provide certain information to the Client as it follows:
IV. APPLICABLE LAW, DISPUTE RESOLUTION
11. Applicable Law
Law applicable to these Terms and contractual relationship between the Parties in entirety (including all potential issues arising out or related to such relationship) will be substantive law of the Republic of Croatia, excluding the collision rules of private international law.
12. Dispute Resolution
12.1. The Parties will, in good will and in amicable manner try to solve any disputes arising out or in connection with these Terms and/or performance of rights and duties arising out or in connection with the Service and/or, including but not limited to (in)validity, breach or termination or any legal consequences arising thereof.
12.2. If the Client is resident of EU state, Liechtenstein, Norway or Iceland, the Client can start the proceedings for the amicable dispute resolution on internet platform https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/main/?event=main.home2.show.
12.3. In case where amicable resolution of the dispute is not possible, Parties will resolve the dispute in front of the competent court in Croatia, Zagreb.
13.1. These Terms are regularly updated with purpose of further clarifications if needed and/or in order to adapt the Terms to possible amendments and improvements of Service and/or business operations of the Service Provider.
13.2. All updates will be created and published in the same manner as these Terms at least 8 days before the amendments of the Terms would enter into the force. Each amendment of these Terms will designate the date as of which the amendments will be applicable.
13.3. For all clarifications and uncertainties regarding the meaning of the rights and duties and/or terms and conditions arising out of these Terms, please contact the Service Provider at the email address email@example.com
Last time updated on 30 September 2020