Regulations for the provision of electronic services by the company:

Tax advisor Maria Uchman

1. Information data of the Law Firm

In accordance with the obligations arising from the Act of July 18, 2002. on the provision of electronic services (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204, as amended), the Law Firm provides the required data:

Name: Uchman i Partnerzy Sp. z o. o. Spółka Doradztwa Podatkowy;
Electronic address:;
NIP: 946-264-64-16;
REGON: 061625557;
Headquarters: ul. Chłodna 64 / lok. 217, 00-872 Warsaw;
Register of entrepreneurs: National Court Register, District Court for the capital city of Warsaw in Warsaw, 12th Commercial Division. KRS number: 0000487658;
Share capital: PLN 500,000.00:
Professional Self-government: National Chamber of Tax Advisors ;
Company name: Tax Advisory Company. (The designation is legally protected in accordance with Article 15 of the Tax Advisory Act);
Registration number: 485 (Register of legal persons authorized to provide tax consultancy) ;
Ethics of Tax Advisors: Ethical Principles of Tax Advisors

2. General terms

These regulations for the provision of electronic services, hereinafter referred to as the regulations, define the rules for the provision of tax advisory services using the Internet by Uchman i Partnerzy sp. as amended).

The contract with the Law Firm is concluded when the Client makes a transfer to the Law Firm of the remuneration agreed by the parties, after submitting an inquiry via the form indicated on the website ("I want to receive a service quote", https: //, acceptance of the content of the regulations, and obtaining feedback from the Law Firm regarding the valuation and time of the service. The aforementioned elements condition the conclusion of the contract and their fulfillment is binding each time.

Tax advisory services are provided on the terms set out in these Regulations in accordance with art. 2 of the Tax Advisory Act (Journal of Laws 1996.102.475 as amended).

The Law Firm is not responsible for the consequences of the Client making available to third parties the information and content provided to the Client by the Law Firm in connection with the provision of services.

The Law Firm has the right to refuse to provide advice if this would violate the law or the Tax Adviser's Ethics Principles. In such a situation, the Law Firm will inform the Client about this fact.

3. Provision of legal aid

After the Client completes and sends the application form on the website, the Law Firm analyzes the presented legal issue, evaluates the service and specifies the estimated date of the service and sends the above-mentioned information for approval to the internet address provided in the application.

If the amount of the valuation and the date of implementation are accepted by the Client, the Client makes a payment to the provided bank account number of the Law Firm or using electronic payments available on the website

Account number: 79 1050 1953 1000 0091 3999 0007

If the Client needs to provide additional information necessary to provide advice, write a letter or prepare a legal opinion, the Law Firm will contact by phone or via e-mail asking for the necessary information, which may extend the time limit for providing a reply. In the aforementioned case, the Law Firm shall not be liable for any damage caused by the Client's delay in providing additional information necessary to provide the service. In such a situation, the deadline for answering is counted from the moment the Law Firm receives full data from the Client.

The Law Firm is not responsible for providing incomplete or inaccurate data about the facts, as well as for late replenishment of information. A customer who has reservations about the substantive content of the legal advice provided and the date of its provision, has the right to submit a complaint within 14 days from the date of its receipt. Consideration of the complaint takes place within 7 working days from the date of receipt of the notification. The response to the complaint is sent to the e-mail address provided by the User.

4. Final provisions

The Law Firm provides services in accordance with the provisions of the Principles of Ethics of Tax Advisors.

The Law Firm is the administrator of personal data within the meaning of the Personal Data Protection Act of August 29, 1997 (Journal of Laws of 2002, No. 101, item 926, as amended) obtained from the Client in order to provide services.

The rules for the processing of personal data by the Law Firm are contained in the Privacy Policy, which the client is obliged to read. The Law Firm is obliged to keep confidential the facts and information that it became acquainted with in connection with the provision of tax advisory services. These rules apply accordingly to Tax Advisors and other persons employed in the office. This protection results directly from Art. 37 sec. 1 of the Tax Advisory Act (Journal of Laws 1996.102.475 as amended). This provision is similar in content to similar provisions of other corporate acts (e.g. Article 18 (1) of the Law on Notaries, Article 6 (1) of the Law on the Bar or Article 3 (3) of the Act on legal advisers).

The Law Firm reserves that the provision of all kinds of services by electronic means is associated with a standard risk related to the use of the Internet. By signing these Regulations, the Customer declares that he has been informed about the risk related to the provision of services via the Internet.

Any disputes arising from the Regulations or the concluded contract for the provision of services by electronic means will be settled by the common court competent for the seat of the Law Firm.

The Regulations enter into force on October 15, 2019.

The current version of the regulations is published on the website.

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