Terms & conditions

The By-Laws of the LITTLE FORM STUDIO e-shop

§ 1 Definitions

The following definitions are applied in these By-Laws:

  1. Seller – it entails Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska, based in Warsaw (02-999), ul. Gieysztora 2/48,  NIP 8231570339 , REGON 363356394, e – mail agata@littleformstudio.com, who is also the owner of the e-shop www.littleformstudio.com, bank account No. 21 1050 1025 1000 0092 2030 9588.
  2. Little Form Studio – it entails Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska, based in Warsaw (02-999), il. Gieysztora 2/48,  NIP 8231570339 , REGON 363356394, e – mail agata@littleformstudio.com, who is also the owner of the e-shop www.littleformstudio.com, bank account No. 21 1050 1025 1000 0092 2030 9588.
  3. By-Laws – it defines rules of concluding sales agreements via the e-shop and determines rules of carrying out such agreements, rights and duties of the littleformstudio.com shop and the customer, as well as rules of complaint procedures. The fact of ordering a Product is equivalent to an approval of provisions of these By-Laws.
  4. Service – Internet service administered by Little Form Studio, available in the website: www.littleformstudio.com
  5. Customer – an adult natural person possessing a full legal capacity, a legal entity or organisational unit without corporate powers, but possessing legal capacity, purchasing products from the Seller in a direct connection with its economic or professional activities
  6. Civil Code – the Civil Code of 23 April 1964 as amended
  7. Consumer – an adult natural person possessing a full legal capacity purchasing products from the Seller not related directly with his/her economic or professional activities
  8. Buyer – both the Customer and the Consumer
  9. Basket – list of products offered in the shop based on the Customer selections
  10. Delivery address – the postal address indicated by the Buyer in the order
  11. Payment – method of making the payment for the subject matter of the agreement and delivery to the given address
  12. Product – a minimal and non-divisible quantity of objects, which can be a subject matter of the order, and which is specified in the Seller’s shop as the measurement unit when determining its price (price/unit)
  13. Account – littleformstudio.com space containing data related to the Customer and available after his registration
  14. Product card – the produce site containing its description
  15. Realisation time – the number of work days or weeks specified in the card
  16. Order – the Buyer’s statement of will submitted via the shop and determining clearly: the type and quantity of products, payment type, delivery address, Buyer’s data, directly aimed at a conclusion of the agreement between the Buyer and the Seller

§ 2 General provisions

  1. All rights to the e-shop, including material copyright, intellectual property rights for its name, its internet domain, the website of the shop, as well as templates, forms, logos and photographs presented in the shop’s website to present the goods, for which the copyright belongs to third persons) belong to the Seller, while their usage may be accepted only in the way defined in the By-Laws and compliant with it.
  2. The shop carries our sales in the territory of the Republic of Poland and outside its borders
  3. The Seller shall be obliged to deliver products free of defects to the Buyer
  4. All prices presented by the Seller are denominated in the Polish currency and they are gross prices (they include VAT). The product price does not comprise the delivery cost, which is defined in the delivery price-list available at …
  5. The record, security, and making available important provisions of the sales agreement concluded via remote communication means takes place by means of sending the purchase receipt by e-mail to the Customer (VAT invoice) generated from the electronic system of littleformstudio.com
  6. It is necessary to meet the following minimal technical requirements to use the e-shop, including to peruse its assortment and to submit orders:
    • possessing a computer or another multimedia device with an Internet access;
    • possessing an Internet browser:
      • Internet Explorer 8.0 or newer with the ActiveX, JavaScript and Cookies switched on or
      • Mozilla Firefox 22.0 or newer with the Java applets, JavaScript, and cookies switched on or
      • Google Chrome 28.0 or newer with the Java applets, JavaScript, and cookies switched on or
      • Opera 12.0 or newer with the Java applets, JavaScript, and cookies switched on or
      • Apple Safari 5.0 or newer;
    • possessing an active e-mail account;
    • the recommended minimal screen resolution is 1024 x 768 pixels.
  7. In order to ensure the security of the messages and data transferred in the e-shop, the Seller undertakes technical and organisational measures appropriate to the threat level, especially measures to prevent the receipt and modification of personal data sent on Internet by unauthorised persons. The Seller ensures security of the data transmission in the e-shop by means of the SSL protocol (SecureSocketLayer).
  8. The Customer who has used the shop is obliged to:
    • Not to deliver and not to transfer any content prohibited by legal regulations
    • Use the shop in a way not disturbing the method of its functioning
    • Not to distribute and include unordered commercial information in the shop
    • Use the shop in a way not arduous for other customers and the shop administrator use the content included in the shop website for his/her own use.

§ 3  Registration and logging

  1. The Seller shall render services via electronic means to ensure the Customer the establishment and usage of his/her account in the e-shop’s website at the address www.littleformstudio.com
  2. The Customer account service entails the fact of making it possible for Customers to use functions of the e-shop after the get logged in.
  3. The Customer’s account registration in the e-shop is voluntary and free of charge.
  4. The Customer may peruse the e-shop’s assortment and submit orders without registering his/her account. The Customer who has registered his/her account in the e-shop has, however, the possibility to add products to his “basket” and recommend them to his/her friends, trace the history of orders, trace the status of the submitted order.
  5. The customer may register the Customer’s Account in the e-shop after pressing the “logging/Registration” tab in the homepage of the e-shop at www.littleformstudio.com or he/she can register the Account while submitting an order via the e-shop.
  6. The registration of the Customer’s Account in the e-shop requires the Customer to fill in the registration form by means of providing the e-mail address and password. In order to register the Customer’s Account, it is required to get to know the present By-Laws and to have them approved by the Customer, as well as the Customer’s consent to have his/her personal data processed during the registration process, which are marked as obligatory. The provision of personal data as obligatory is necessary to set up the Customer’s Account, realise and service his/her orders from the e-shop, as well as to correctly realise services by electronic means. The provision of the data marked as obligatory is voluntary, but necessary to create a Customer’s Account. The provision of the data marked as not obligatory is voluntary and it is not necessary to create a Customer’s Account.
  7. Having filled in the registration form, you should press “Register”. Then, Little Form Studio will send a confirmation message on the Customer’s Account’s registration to the e-mail address provided in the registration form. The agreement on rendering electronic services in the field of making it possible for the Customer to set up and use the Customer’s Account in the website of the e-shop shall be concluded in the moment the Customer receives the e-mail message confirming the registration of the Customer’s Account.  The Customer’s Account service is rendered free of charge for an unspecified period of time.
  8. Having registered the Customer’s Account, the Customer may log in to the e-shop, providing the e-mail address he/she has already given and the password.
  9. The Customer may terminate the agreement on the Customer’s Account service at any moment, without specifying the reason and incurring any costs, especially by means of sending to the e-mail address of Little Form Studio: bok@littleformstudio.com or in writing by post to Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska, ul. Gieysztora 2/48 02-999 Warsaw, the demand to delete the Customer’s Account with an indication of the e-mail address currently registered in the e-shop.
  10. The Seller may terminate the agreement on the Customer’s Account service with a 14-day-long notice period due to serious reasons including:
    • The Customer’s usage of the e-shop in way way violating legal regulations or provisions of these By-Laws,
    • the Customer’s usage of the e-shop in a way violating rights of third persons or good customs,
    • the Customer’s usage of the e-shop in a way disturbing its functioning,
    • the Customer’s sending or publication of unsolicited commercial content (spam) in the e-shop website.
  11. The Seller may submit a statement on the termination of the agreement on the Customer’s Account service by sending to the Customer the termination notice referring to the agreement on the Customer’s Account service by e-mail to the e-mail address currently registered in the e-shop.
  12. The termination of the agreement on the Customer’s Account service by any of the Parties, as well as the termination of the agreement on the Customer’s Account service upon consent of both Parties shall lead to blocking and deleting the Customer’s Account from the e-shop.
  13. The termination of the agreement on the Customer’s Account service by any of the Parties, as well as the termination of the agreement on the Customer’s Account service upon consent of both Parties shall not affect rights obtained by the Parties before the termination or dissolution of the Agreement.

§ 4  Order

  1. Information contained in the e-shop website shall not constitute the Seller’s offer pursuant to the Civil Code, but only an invitation for Customers to submit offers for the conclusion of sales agreements.
  2. The Customer can purchase goods displayed in the e-shop’s assortment by means of submitting his/her order. Orders can be submitted 24/7 via the e-shop’s website www.littleformstudio.com
  3. An indispensable element of thee order submission procedure is to get to know and approve the present By-Laws by the Customer, which the Customer shall confirm by means of ticking the respective box before the finalisation of the order. A lack of the Customer’s approval of the present By-Laws during the order submission procedure shall make it impossible to avail of the opportunity to purchase goods via the e-shop.
  4. An element of the order submission procedure also includes the Customer’s providing his/her personal data indicated in the order form and marked as obligatory ones, as well as the Customer’s consent granted by means of ticking the appropriate box before the finalisation of the order to have his/her personal data processed as submitted during the order procedure to realise and service the order placed in the e-shop. The provision of personal data marked as obligatory is voluntary, but necessary to submit an order. The provision of personal data marked as not obligatory is voluntary and it is not necessary to submit an order.
  5. The Customer submitting an order via the e-shop’s website shall complete the said order by means of selecting the Product he is interested in. A Product is added to the order by means of selecting the order “ADD TO THE BASKET” next to the given Product presented in the shop’s website. Having completed the order and indicated the delivery method in “THE BASKET” as well as the payment form, the Customer shall submit the order by means of sending its form to the Seller, pressing the button “I ORDER AND PAY” in the shop’s website. Each time separately, before sending the order to the Seller, the Customer is informed about the total price for the selected Product and the delivery, as well as all additional costs that he/she shall be obliged to incur in connection with the specific sales agreement.
  6. The order form should specify:
    • The name and surname, as well as address of the Customer
    • telephone number and e-mail address of the Customer;
    • the recipient’s data and address where the goods are to be delivered, if the ordered products are to be delivered to an address different than the address of the Customer;
  7. the Customer who has registered the Customer’s Account in the e-shop can submit the order with the help of the Account, having logged into the e-shop.
  8. The submission of the order constitutes a submission of the sales agreement offer by the Customer to the Seller in reference to the Products that constitute the subject matter of the order.
  9. The goods ordered in the e-shop can be delivered within the territory of the Republic of Poland or outside its borders in selected countries of the European Union. The list of countries where the goods ordered in the e-shop can be sent to is available in the e-shop’s website in the “Delivery Cost” tab at: www.littleformstudio.com/koszty-dostawy.html.
  10. After the Customer submits his/her order, an electronic message will be immediately send by Little Form Studio with the confirmation of the ordered receipt and its acceptance for the realisation to the e-mail address indicated in the order form or to the Customer’s Account if the Customer has submitted the order via his/her Account. In the moment the Customer receives the electronic message from Little Form Studio with the confirmation of the receipt of the order and its acceptance for the realisation, there shall be concluded the sales agreement between the Customer and Little Form Studio. The confirmation, making available, recording, securing the content of the concluded agreement is realised by means of sending the said message to the Customer with the confirmation of the receipt of the order and its acceptance for the realisation.
  11. The sales agreement is concluded with the content compliant with the present By-Laws.
  12. The Customer is entitled to resign from the order before the receipt of the confirmation on the acceptance of its realisation from LITTLE FORM STUDIO. To this end the Customer shall immediately contact LITTLE FORM STUDIO by e-mail bok@littleformstudio.com or telephone and notify LITTLE FORM STUDIO about his/her resignation from the order.
  13. Www.littleformstudio.pl reserves the right to refuse to realise an order within the sales agreement in case tele-address data of the Customer are not true, the transaction has not been authorised within the electronic payment system called Przelewy24 or eCard, or when the payment for the order has not been made within the specified period of time.

§ 5  Prices of goods

  1. The prices of goods presented in the e-shop’s website are denominated in Polish zlotys and they are gross prices, i.e., the contain taxes, including the tax on goods and services (VAT).
  2. The goods’ prices provided in the website of the e-sop do not comprise costs of the delivery. Costs of the delivery of the ordered goods are provided each time separately in the e-shop’s website during the process of the order submission, including also directly before and in the moment of approving and submitting the order by the Customer and they are included in the total order value. The total value of the order covers the price of the goods and costs of their delivery.
  3. Information on the goods’ prices, features, and important properties of the goods are available in the e-shop’s website and they are shown next to the presented product.
  4. The binding and final price is the file displayed in “the Basket” in the order summary in the moment of submitting the order by the Customer via the e-shop.
  5. Prices of goods provided in the websites of the e-shop are applicable only in case of submitting orders via the e-shop.
  6. Prices of goods presented in the websites of the e-shop can be changed, but their changes do not affect orders placed before the effective force of the given change.

§ 6  Methods of the payment of the price for the ordered products and their deliveries

  1. In case the goods ordered via the e-shop is to be delivered out of the Republic of Poland, the Customer may choose the following price and delivery payment method when submitting the order:
    1. Bank transfer to the Seller’s bank account (in this case the realisation of the order shall commence after the Seller sends to the Customer the confirmation of the order receipt and the due funds reach the Seller’s bank account);
    2. Bank transfer via the external payment system PayU operated by PayU U.S.A. Based in Poznań (in this case the realisation of the order shall commence after the Seller sends to the Customer the confirmation of the order receipt and the receipt of information from the PayU system by the Seller on the fact that the Customer has made the payment);
    3. Bank transfer via the external payment system PayPal operated by PayPal (Europe) S.à r.l. & Cie, S.C.A. Based in Luxembourg (in this case the order realisation shall be started after the Seller sends to the Customer a confirmation of the order receipt and after the Seller received from PayPal a note on the Customer’s payment)
  2. In case the goods ordered via the e-shop are to be delivered to an address out of the Republic of Poland as indicated by the Customer in one of the EU countries, whose list is available in the e-shop website in the “Delivery Costs” tab in www.littleformstudio.com/koszty-dostawy.html., the Customer may perform the payment of the price and costs of the delivery before the collection of the ordered goods (payment in advance) – by means of a payment with an electronic credit card (Visa, MasterCard) or an electronic bank transfer via the Internet payments system called Przelewy24
  3. The Customer is informed by the Seller each time separately in the e-shop’s website about the date when he/she should make the payment for the order at the amount resulting from the concluded sales agreement.
  4. In case the Customer does not make the payment on time as specified in §5 item 3 of the By-Laws, the Seller shall set out an additional deadline for the payment and notify the Customer about it in a hard carrier. Information on the additional payment deadline also comprises information that in case of its void lapse, the Seller will withdraw from the sales agreement. In case of a void lapse of the Second payment deadline, the Seller shall send to the Customer a statement on a withdrawal from the agreement on the basis of art. 491 of the Civil Code on a hard carrier.

§ 7 Realisation of orders, method and costs of the delivery of the ordered goods

  1. Goods ordered via the e-shop in a way defined in § 4 of the present By-Laws shall be delivered within the territory of the Republic of Poland and selected countries of the European Union. The list of countries where the goods ordered in the e-shop can be sent to is available in the e-shop’s website in the “Delivery Cost” tab at: www.littleformstudio.com/koszty-dostawy.html
  2. If the goods ordered via the e-shop are to be delivered within the territory of the Republic of Poland, they are delivered pursuant to the Customer’s selection made in the moment of placing the order: via Grupa Furgonetka Sp. z o.o. Based in Warsaw to the address indicated by the Customer in the order
  3. If the goods ordered via the e-shop are to be delivered to an address indicated by the Customer outside borders of the Republic of Poland to one of the selected countries of the European Union, they are delivered by the courier company DHL Polska Sp. z o.o. based in Warsaw.
  4. Goods ordered via the e-shop shall be delivered to the destination place specified by the Customer in the order on work days.
  5. The delivery of goods ordered via the e-shop to the location indicated by the Customer in the moment of placing the order is paid on rules defined below.
  6. In case the ordered goods are to be delivered within the territory of the Republic of Poland, costs of their delivery shall be incurred in the following way:
    1. The Customer – in case the total price of the ordered goods is lower than PLN 300.
    2. Little Form Studio – in case the total price of the ordered goods is equal to or higher than PLN 300
  7. Costs of the delivery of the ordered goods within the territory of the Republic of Poland amount to PLN 20 via Grupa Furgonetka Sp. z o.o.
  8. In case the ordered goods are to be delivered outside the territory of the Republic of Poland, costs of their delivery is PLN 80 irrespective of the destination country selected by the Customer, the number of the ordered goods, and the payment method selected by the Customer.
  9. The time for the realisation of the order placed via the e-shop, in case when the ordered goods are to be delivered within the territory of the Republic of Poland, is 3 work days starting on the day in case the Customer chooses the payment in advance with his/ her credit card (Visa, MasterCard) when submitting the order or by means of an electronic transfer – on the day of the receipt by Little Form Studio of a confirmation of a correct realisation of the payment by the subject performing the payment.In the cases indicated above, 1 work day is allocated for the completion of the order and transfer of the package to the carrier to have it delivered to the place indicated by the Customer in the order, and then 2 work days for the delivery of the package by the carrier to the place indicated by the Customer in his order.
  10. Goods ordered via the e-shop, which shall be delivered to an address indicated by the Customer outside the territory of the Republic of Poland shall be completed by Little Form Studio and transferred to the courier company to have the package delivered to the address specified by the Customer in his.her order within 2 work days starting on the day in case the Customer chooses the payment in advance with his/ her credit card (Visa, MasterCard) when submitting the order or by means of an electronic transfer – on the day of the receipt by Little Form Studio of a confirmation of a correct realisation of the payment by the subject performing the payment.
  11. The time for the realisation of the order to be delivered outside the territory of the Republic of Poland shall include time in which the courier company should deliver the ordered goods to the address indicated in the moment of placing the order. The time differs depending on the destination country specified by the Customer and it is defined in the table on the e-shop’s website in the “Delivery Cost” tab at www.littleformstudio.com/koszty-dostawy.html
  12. Goods ordered via the e-shop shall be delivered together with the invoice issued by Little Form Studio and covering the subject matter of the Order.

§ 8  Right to withdraw from the agreement

  1. Pursuant to art. 27 of the act of 30 May 2014, the Consumers’ Rights Law (Dz.U. Of 2014, item 827 as amended), The Consumer, who has concluded an agreement in a remote way, may withdraw from it within 14 days without specifying any reasons for doing so and without incurring costs, except for costs defined in items 7 and 8 below. A notification on the right to withdraw from the agreement, comprising especially information on the way and deadline for the execution of such a right and costs of the return of the products in case of the withdrawal from the agreement shall be borne by the Consumer as stated in Annex No. 1 to the present By-Laws.
  2. The course of the deadline for the withdrawal from the agreement commences on:For an agreement within which Little Form Studio issues goods oblige to transfer its ownership (e.g., the sales agreement) – from the receipt of the goods by the Consumer or a third person indicated by him/her, other than the carrier, and in case of an agreement covering several goods, which are delivered separately, in batches, or in parts – from the receipt of the last product, batch, or part for other agreements – from the day of the conclusion of the agreement
  3. The Consumer may withdraw from the agreement, notifying Little Form Studio on his/her decision about the withdrawal by means of a clear statement, e.g., sent in writing by post to: Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska, ul. Gieysztora 2/48, 02-999 Warsaw, with a note “Return” or sent by e-mail to: bok@littleformstudio.com. The statement on withdrawing from the agreement can be submitted with the withdrawal form, whose template is included in Annex No. 2 to these By-Laws, but it is not obligatory.
  4. In order to keep the withdrawal deadline it is enough to send information on the execution of the right to withdraw from the agreement before the lapse of the deadline for the withdrawal from the agreement.
  5. In case of a withdrawal from the agreement concluded in a remote way, the agreement is considered to be null and void. If the Customer who is a Consumer has submitted a statement on the withdrawal from the agreement before Little Form Studio has accepted his/her offer, the offer ceases to be valid.
  6. In case of a withdrawal from the agreement, the Consumer is obliged to return the goods to Little Form Studio immediately, but not later than within 14 days after the day when the Consumer has notified Little Form Studio about his/her withdrawal. In order to keep the deadline, it is enough when the Consumer sends back the goods before the lapse of the 14-day-long deadline to the following address: Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska, ul. Gieysztora 2/48, 02-999 Warsaw with a note: “Return”.
  7. The Consumer is obliged to incur direct costs of the return of the goods.
  8. If the Consumer has selected a method for the goods’ delivery other than the cheapest ordinary method of deliveries offered by Little Form Studio, Little Form Studio shall not be obliged to return any additional costs incurred by him/her.
  9. In case of a withdrawal from the agreement, Little Form Studio shall immediately, but not later than within 14 days after the receipt of the Consumer’s statement on his/her withdrawal, return to the Consumer all the payments received from him/her, including costs of the delivery of the goods, except for all additional costs resulting from the method of the delivery selected by the Consumer other than the cheapest ordinary delivery method offered by Little Form Studio
  10. The return of the payment shall be made by Kazar with the help of the same methods of payment that have been used by the Consumer, unless the Consumer has clearly agreed to another method of the payment return – in any case the Consumer shall not incur any fees connected with such a result.
  11. Little Form Studio may suspend the return of the payments received from the Consumer until the receipt of the returned goods or the delivery of a proof by the Consumer that the goods have been sent back, depending on which of these circumstances occurs first.
  12. The Consumer is responsible for a reduction in the value of the object resulting from using it in a way different to what was necessary to state its character, features, and its functioning.
  13. Pursuant to art. 38 of the act of 30 April 2014, the Consumers’ Rights Law (Dz. U. of 2015, item 827 as amended), the right to withdraw from an agreement concluded in a remote way shall not be due to the Consumer in reference to the following agreements:On rendering services, if the entrepreneur has rendered all the services upon a clear consent of the consumer, who has been notified before the commencement of such services that after they are completed, he/she will lose the right to withdraw from the agreement;
    in which the subject matter of the service is an object that is not prefabricated, is made according to the consumer’s specification or is used to satisfy his/her individual needs;
    in which the subject matter of the services includes a quickly perishable object or an object that has a short shelf life;
    in which the subject matter of the service includes an object delivered in a sealed package, which after it is opened cannot be returned due to the health protection or hygienic reasons, if the package has been opened after its delivery;
    in which the subject matter of the services includes object that due to their character shall be permanently connected with other objects after their delivery.

§ 9  Complaints submission procedure

  1. Little Form Studio is obliged to delivery goods without any physical or legal defects to the Customers. Little Form Studio shall bear liability towards its Customers for defects in the goods on rules defined in provisions of the act of 23 April 1964, the Civil Code (uniform text in Dz. U. of 2014, item 121 as amended), especially its art. 556 and following articles.
  2. A complaint can be submitted in writing to the address of Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska, ul. Gieysztra 2/48 02-999 Warsaw, with a note “Complaint” or by e-mail to bok@littleformstudio.com
  3. It is recommended for the submitted complaint to comprise especially: the name and surname, mailing address, e-mail address to which the reply to the complaint is to be sent, if the Customer wishes to receive an answer to his/her complaint by e-mail, the date of the acquisition of the product, type of the product complained about, a precise description of the defect and the date of noticing it, the Customer’s demand, as well as the method of notifying him/her about the solution of the complaint preferred by him/her.   The product’s purchase evidence shall be delivered to Little Form School along with the complaint. It can be, e.g., a copy of the receipt, invoice, or any other evidence. The aforementioned content referring to the complaint submission constitutes just an example which the Customer does not have to follow and it does not affect the efficiency of complaints lodged with an omission of the recommended description.
  4. The complaint can be submitted with the help of the complaint form available in the website of the e-shop in the “Complaints” tab at www.littleformstudio.com/pl/media/docs/formularz_reklamacji.pdf. The complaint form constitutes just an example, which your do not have to use when submitting a complaint, but which the Customer does not have to use or follow it.
  5. The Customer who executes his/her rights resulting from the warranty is obliged to deliver the faulty product at the cost of Little Form Studio to the place indicated in § 9 item 2 of the present By-Laws.
  6. Little Form Studio shall consider and solve the complaint immediately, but not later than within 14 days after the date of its submission. The Customer will be notified about the solution of his/her complaint according to data indicated in the complaint.
  7. Complaints referring to the Newsletter service or other services rendered in an electronic way, including irregularities in the functioning of the e-shop, can be submitted by e-mail to bok@littleformstudio.com A complaint referring to the Newsletter service or other services rendered in an electronic way should especially comprise: a description of the case that it refers to, e-mail address given in the moment of registering the Customer’s Account or in the order form, as well as the e-mail address or the mailing address to which the answer to the complaint is to be sent, if the Customer wishes to receive an answer to the complaint by post or e-mail to the address that is different to the e-mail address provided in the moment of the registration of the Customer’s Account or in the order form, as well as the method of notifying the Customer about the way of solving the complaint preferred by him/her. The aforementioned content referring to the complaint submission constitutes just an example which the Customer does not have to follow and it does not affect.
  8. In case of an occurrence of possible lacks in the submitted complaint, Little Form Studio will ask the Customer to supplement them according to address data indicated in the complaint.

§ 10 Newsletter

  1. The Customer may agree to receive the Newsletter of Little Form Studio. The Newsletter is sent only to the Customers who have ordered by by means of ticking the appropriate box in the registration box or the order form and agreed to receive commercial information in their e-mail box pursuant to the act of 18 July 2002, the Electronic Services Law (uniform text in Dz. U. No. 2013, item 1422).
  2. Information is sent in the form of an electronic letter (e-mail) within the Newsletter service, by means of the e-mail provided by the Customer. The Newsletter contains especially information on the product offer of Little Form Studio, new collections, current promotions, as well as other information on products offered by Little Form Studio. The Newsletter is sent free of charge.
  3. The Customer may change the indicated e-mail address to which the Newsletter is sent at any moment, without specifying the reason, and without incurring any costs, or even give up the Newsletter by means of pressing the Newsletter link located at the bottom of every Newsletter, entering his/her e-mail address in the respective place, and then pressing the button “Unsubscribe”.

§ 11  Personal data and privacy policy

  1. Personal data given by the Customer during the process of the registration and submission of the order are processed by Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska, based in Warsaw (02-999), ul. Gieysztora 2/48, NIP 8231570339 , REGON 363356394, e – mail agata@littleformstudio.com, which is the personal data administrator.
  2. An indispensable element of the registration procedure and the order placement includes personal data of the Customer marked as obligatory and the Customer’s consent to have them processed during the registration process and the order submission. The provision of personal data marked as obligatory is voluntary, but necessary for the registration purpose and to submit an order, realise it, and handle it. The provision of personal data not marked as obligatory is voluntary.
  3. In case the Customer has agreed for the service to be realised by electronic means and whose subject matter is to send newsletters free of charge, the obtained e-mail address is added to the e-mail list and it is used for marketing purposes to send commercial information to the Customer by electronic means in the form of the Newsletter.
  4. The fact of granting the consent to have the personal data processed takes place by marking the respective box by the Customer during the registration procedure or the order placement.
  5. The collected personal data are not made available to any third persons, except for their transfer to the subject participating in the realisation of the order to deliver ordered goods to the Customer, i.e., to Grupa Furgonetka Sp. z o.o. and when the goods ordered via the e-shop is to be delivered to an address indicated by thee Customer is within the territory of the Republic of Poland respectively by courier or DHL Express (Poland) Sp. Z o.o. based in Warsaw – when the goods ordered via the e-shop is to be delivered to an address indicated by the Customer outside the territory of the Republic of Poland. In case the payment for the ordered goods is made in advance, the data shall be also sent to the subject through which the settlement of the transaction takes place. The quantity and type of the presented data is limited down to the necessary minimum.
  6. The Customer has the right to have an access to the content of his/her personal data and to correct them. To this end, he/she should contact Little Form Studio to the address: Little Form Studio Agata Sikorska ul. Gieysztora 2/48, 02-999 Warsaw or by e-mail to: bok@littleformstudio.com.
  7. The Customer has the right to obtain information whether and to what degree his/her personal data are processed and the purpose and scope of such a processing. Thus he/she should contact Little Form Studio in a way indirected in item 6 above.
  8. Little Form Studio, being the personal data administrator, may order another subject to process personal data on the basis of a special agreement concluded in writing according to art. 31 of the act of 27 August 1997, the Personal Data Protection Law.
  9. Little Form Studio utilises cookies, i.e., small text-and-digit files, which are recorded by the IT system of the User (in the computer, telephone, or another device of the user with which he/she contacts with the Service) during the connection with the service and which allow a later identification of the user in case of another connection of the device (telephone, computer) with the Service.
  10. Cookie files collect data on using the Service, including “online shop” sub-sites, by the user, and their main purpose is to facilitate the user use the Service, adjust the Service site to his/her needs and expectations (personalisation of the Service sub-sites), as well as tracing movements of users in the Service.
  11. Cookie files are used in the Service upon the user’s consent. The consent can be granted by the user y means of an appropriate setting up of the software, especially the internet browser, the Service installed in the telecommunication equipment used by the user to check the content of the Service.
  12. The Service user can also limit or switch off cookies at any time in his/her browser by means of settings blocking the cookies, or warning the user against recording cookies in his/her device he/she uses to peruse the content of the Service. In such a case, it may happen that the Service usage will be less effective, the user will not have access to some content, and in extreme cases, there can get totally blocked the correct display of the Service sites.
  13. Detailed provisions concerning the personal data protection and the privacy policy are included in the Privacy and Cookies Policy, which is available in the website of the e-shop in the “Privacy Policy” tab at www.littleformstudio.com/pomoc/polityka-prywatnosci.html.

§ 12 Salvation clause

  1. If any provision is considered to be illegal, invalid, or unrealisable in any way within the scope shaped by legal regulations of any country, where the provisions are to be binding, such an invalid, illegal, or unrealisable provision shall be excluded and eliminated within the scope in which it is illegal, invalid or unrealisable and according to legal provisions applicable in the jurisdiction in which it is illegal, invalid, or unrealisable, while other provisions remain fully valid, binding, and executable.

§ 13 Final provisions

  1. No provision of these By-Laws is aimed at violating any rights of the Buyer. It cannot be interpreted in this way either, because in case of any irregularity of any part of the By-Laws with applicable legal regulations, the Seller shall declare an absolute subjection and realisation of the right in the place of the questioned provision of the By-Laws.
  2. The present By-Laws are available free of charge on the website of the e-shop in the “By-Laws” tag at www.littleformstudio.com/pl/pomoc/regulamin.html. The By-Laws are available in the aforementioned website in the form that obtained their download, copying, and saving with the help of a computer system used by the Customer. The saving, securing, and making available the content of the agreement concluded with the e-shop takes place by means of sending the content of the agreement to the customer ‘s e-mail provided within the transaction performed in the e-shop according to the concluded agreement. (The By-Laws should be sent to the Customer in the form of a pdf file)
  3. Little Form Studio reserves the right to amend the present By-Laws due to legal or organisational reasons. Every Customer will be notified about a change in provisions of the By-Laws by means of a publication of a message about the change in the website of the e-shop at www.littleformstudio.com, containing a summary of introduced changes; the said message will be displayed in the website www.littleformstudio.com for at least 14 subsequent calendar days. Customers who have registered their Customer’s Account in the e-shop shall be additionally notified about amendments in the By-Laws by means of a respective message sent to their e-mail address provided in the registration form. The notification about a change in the By-Laws will be sent not later than 14 calendar days before the effective force of the given change. Amendments of the By-Laws shall enter into force within the deadline specified in the information on the change, but not earlier than after 14 calendar days after the moment of notifying the Customer about it. The amended By-Laws shall be binding for the Customer, who has registered the Customer’s Account in the e-shop, if in case of a lack of the approval of such a change, the Customer does not state to Little Form Studio within 14 calendar days after the date of the receipt of the information on the amendment of the By-Laws on the termination of the agreement referring to the service of the Customer’s Account in a way indicated in § 3 item 9 of the present By-Laws.
  4. In case of amending the By-Laws, all agreements, orders, and bookings submitted before the effective date of the said amendment in the By-Laws shall be effected according to the By-Laws in the wording valid on the day when the agreement has been concluded, the order has been placed, or the booking has been made by the Customer.
  5. In matters not regulated by the present By-Laws there shall be applicable provisions of the Polish law, especially the act of 23 April 1964, the Civil Code (uniform text in Dz. U. of 2014, item 121 as amended), and in case of Customers who are consumers also provisions of the act of 30 April 2014, the Consumers’ Rights Law (Dz. U. No. 2014, item 827).
  6. The present By-Laws shall enter into force on 15 June 2016 and it shall be applicable for all agreements concluded as of this day.