General Trading Terms and Conditions of Wild Cat Pictures in Motion s.r.o.

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. These General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter referred to as the “GTC”) govern the rights and obligations of the Contracting Parties to the purchase Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the “Agreement”), represented on the one hand by Wild Cat Pictures in Motion sro, IČO: 256 37 215, with the its official address at Mánesova 1027 / 37, Vinohrady, 120 00 Praha 2, registered in the Commercial Register kept by the Municipal Court in Prague under file number C 56905, as the Seller (hereinafter referred to as the “Seller”) and on the other by the Buyer (hereinafter referred to as the “Buyer”) (Seller and Buyer being referred to jointly as the “Contracting Parties”), which purchases from the Seller a thing designated in the Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the “Subject of Transfer”) via the Seller’s online store located at www.honest.blog/cs/shop/, where is also located its web-based shop interface (“E-shop”).

1.2. These GTCs are issued by the Seller in accordance with Section 1751 (1) of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., The Civil Code, as amended (hereinafter referred to as the “Civil Code”), apply to all contractual relations under Section 1.1. GTC, while becoming an integral part of each contractual relationship concluded between the Contracting Parties on the date of conclusion of the Agreement, to determine and supplement certain parts of its content, unless expressly agreed otherwise between the Contracting Parties.

1.3. The Agreement is concluded in accordance with the valid and effective laws of the Czech Republic. Unless expressly agreed otherwise between the Contracting Parties, the GBC is executed in the Czech and / or English language version and the Agreement may be concluded in Czech and / or English. In case of discrepancies between the two versions of these GTC and the Agreement, the Czech version shall prevail.

1.4. The Seller may unilaterally amend or supplement the wording of the GTC, but this does not affect the rights and obligations arising under the previous version of the GTC.

2. CONTACT DETAILS

2.1. The contact details of the Seller are as follows:

Wild Cat Pictures in Motion s.r.o.

Mánesova 1027/37

120 00 Prague 2 – Vinohrady

Phone: +420 [⦁]

e-mail Address: [⦁]

Website: https://honest.blog/en/

2.2. The Buyer is responsible for the correctness and completeness of the data provided to the Seller, and in case of any changes to this information, the Buyer is obliged to inform the Seller in good time for the purpose of proper performance of all obligations under the Agreement.

3. CONCLUDING THE AGREEMENT

3.1. The Buyer Orders goods without prior registration directly from the E-shop web interface. When Ordering goods in the E-shop, the Buyer is obliged to provide correct and true information. The information provided by the Buyer in the Order are deemed correct, true and complete by the Seller.

3.2. All presentations of goods placed in the E-shop are informative and the Seller is not obliged to conclude a Agreement regarding these goods. Section 1732 (2) of the Civil Code does not apply.

3.3. The e-shop contains information about the goods, including prices of individual goods. The prices of the goods include VAT and all related charges. Prices of goods remain valid for as long as they are displayed in the E-shop. This provision does not limit the Seller’s ability to conclude a different Agreement with the Buyer in writing under individually negotiated terms and conditions other than the Agreement, the detailed content of which is governed by these GTC.

3.4. The e-shop also contains information on the costs associated with packaging and delivery of the goods. Information about the costs associated with packaging and delivery of goods listed in the E-shop is valid only in cases where the goods are delivered within the territory of the Czech Republic. In the case of shipment of goods outside the Czech Republic, the costs may vary depending on the geographical destination of the delivery of the goods to the Buyer, so they may be additionally charged and the Seller reserves their individual amount in each case when goods are dispatched abroad. In such a case, the Buyer shall be informed of the costs of packaging and delivery of the goods at the latest upon confirmation of the Order (as defined below).

3.5. To Order the goods, the Buyer shall fill in the Order form in the E-shop. In particular, the Order form contains information about:

a) the Buyer and his contact and delivery details;

b) the Ordered goods, ie the Subject of the Transfer (the Buyer shall insert the Subject of the Transfer into the electronic shopping cart in the E-shop);

c) the method of payment of the purchase price of the Subject of Transfer, details of the required method of delivery of the Subject of Transfer; and

(d) information on the costs of delivering the Subject of Transfer

(hereinafter referred to as the “Order”).

3.6. The Buyer inserts the goods into the electronic shopping cart in the E-shop by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button for the selected goods, or will change the preset number of selected goods, which is set to “1” by default, ie one item. Inserting another or other goods into the basket in the E-shop is possible by returning to the goods overview in the E-shop and by repeating the above procedure.

3.7. Before sending the Order to the Seller, the Buyer is allowed to check the number of pieces and the individual types of goods which are the subject of the Order.

3.8. The Buyer sends the Order to the Seller by clicking on the “Order” button. The data listed in the Order are deemed correct by the Seller. Immediately upon receipt of the Order confirms, the Seller confirms to the Buyer by e-mail the receipt of the Order, to the Buyer’s e-mail address specified in the Order (“Buyer’s E-mail”).

3.9. Depending on the nature of the Order (quantity of goods, purchase price, estimated shipping costs, etc.), the Seller is always entitled to ask the Buyer for additional confirmation of the Order (eg by e-mail, in writing or by phone).

3.10. The agreement between the Seller and the Buyer is concluded upon confirmation (acceptance) of the receipt of the Order sent to the Buyer by the Seller by e-mail to the Buyer’s E-mail.

3.11. By submitting an Order, the Buyer agrees to use these means of distance communication to conclude the Agreement. The costs incurred by the Buyer when using distance communication means in connection with the conclusion of the Agreement (the cost of Internet connection, the cost of telephone calls) shall be borne by the Buyer, and such costs shall not differ from the base rate.

4. PURCHASE PRICE AND TERMS OF PAYMENT

4.1. The purchase price of the Subject of Transfer is agreed between the Seller and the Buyer through the Agreement and represents the purchase price for the Subject of the Transfer including VAT (hereinafter referred to as the “Purchase Price”). Together with the Purchase Price, the Buyer is also obliged to pay the Seller the costs associated with packaging and delivery of the Subject of Transfer in the amount agreed in the Agreement, if such costs arise from the nature of the Subject of Transfer (ie in the case of the printed version of the Subject of Transfer) hereinafter referred to as the “Total Purchase Price”.

4.2. The Buyer is obliged to pay the Seller the Total Purchase Price for the Subject of Transfer, which the Buyer may pay to the Seller in the following ways:

a) by bank transfer to the Seller’s account No. [account number] maintained with [BANK] (hereinafter referred to as the “Seller Account”) after the conclusion of the Agreement and before the Subject of Transfer is sent to the Buyer;

b) by the Buyer’s non-cash credit / debit card, if the Buyer’s card allows such payment;

c) by wire transfer through the PayPal platform, if the Buyer is the owner of the PayPal account.

4.3. Choosing the Payment Method of the Total Purchase Price is the Buyer’s choice. The Seller is obliged to inform the Buyer of the amount of the Total Purchase Price as well as of their individual cost items before concluding the Agreement.

4.4. The total purchase price is payable within ten (10) calendar days of the conclusion of the Agreement.

4.5. In the event of payment of the Total Purchase Price by wire transfer to the Seller’s Account, the Buyer is obliged to pay the Total Purchase Price together with the variable payment symbol, which is the Order Number specified by the Seller in the e-mail confirming receipt of the Order sent to the Buyer’s E-mail, if no other variable payment symbol is determined by the Seller for the payment. The Buyer’s obligation to pay the Total Purchase Price is fulfilled at the moment of crediting the total amount corresponding to the Total Purchase Price to the Seller’s Account.

4.6. The Seller is entitled, especially if the Buyer does not provide additional confirmation of the Order, pursuant to Article 3.9. of these GTC, to require payment of the Total Purchase Price prior to sending the Subject of Transfer to the Buyer. Section 2119 (1) of the Civil Code shall not apply.

4.7. The Seller may allow the Buyer a discount from the Purchase Price in the event of a discount coupon issued by the Seller (hereinafter referred to as the “Coupon”). The Buyer claims the discount so that when entering an Order within the E-shop interface into the “Coupon Code” field, it will print the code of a particular Coupon, and confirm the entry with the “Use Coupon” button. After entering the code of the particular Coupon and its confirmation, the amount of the discount from the Purchase Price will be reflected in the Total Purchase Price. The terms of use of the Coupon and the application of the discount and its scope, or any other benefits of the Coupon, are set forth in the Coupon and are binding on the Contracting Parties. Any discounts granted from Coupons or other reasons cannot be combined or accumulated.

4.8. If stipulated by generally binding legal regulations, the Seller shall issue a tax document – invoice for the payments made under the Agreement to the Buyer. The Seller is a VAT payer with VAT ID: CZ25637215. The tax document – invoice will be issued by the Seller to the Buyer upon payment of the Total Purchase Price and will be sent in electronic form to the Buyer’s E-mail.

4.9. The Subject of the Transfer remains the property of the Seller until the Purchaser pays the Total Purchase Price in full. However, risk of damage to the item passes to the Buyer upon receipt of the Subject of Transfer.

4.10. According to the Act on the Registration of Sales, the Seller is obliged to issue a receipt to the Buyer. At the same time, he is obliged to register the received sales with the tax administrator online; in case of technical failure then within 48 hours at the latest.

5. DELIVERY OF THE SUBJECT OF THE TRANSFER

5.1. The Seller shall send the Subject of the Transfer to the Buyer via the carrier to the address agreed with the Buyer in the Agreement, if the Subject of the Transfer is in an e-book version then electronically to the Buyer’s E-mail. The method of delivery of the Subject of the Transfer, as well as any choice of carrier, on which the Total Purchase Price may be based, is agreed in the Agreement and is based on Buyer’s choice specified in the Purchase Order. If the method of delivery of the Subject of Transfer selected by the Buyer is not possible (eg due to the exclusion of the carrier’s services, force majeure or difficult to overcome obstacles on the part of the Seller), the Seller is entitled to change the method of delivery of the Subject of Transfer; however, in such a case, the Total Purchase Price will be reduced by any difference in costs associated with the delivery of the Subject of Transfer. Timely remittance of the Subject of Transfer by the Seller to the Buyer is also deemed to be timely delivery.

5.2. In case of force majeure, innocent faults in operation, prolongation of delivery times by subcontractors, lack of raw materials, energy, or transport, strikes, blockages, traffic difficulties, regulations of public institutions and bodies, as well as all similar cases, there is deemed to be no delay in the delivery of the Subject of Transfer on the part of the Seller if the delivery time is not observed. 

5.3. When sending the Subject of Transfer, the Seller shall not be liable for any damages and shall not be liable for damage caused by transportation or delivery of the Subject of Transfer. The Subject of the Transfer will be packed (transported) in the manner usual for its preservation and its protection at the place of expedition of the Subject of Transfer for transport. Any obligation to designate the Subject of Transfer pursuant to Section 2091 of the Civil Code is fulfilled by completing the shipping and delivery notes accompanying the Subject of Transfer.

5.4. The risk of damage to the Subject of Transfer shall pass from the Seller to the Buyer at the moment of its handover to the carrier, even in the case of payment by the Seller, in other cases by handing over the Subject of Transfer to the Buyer.

5.5. If, for reasons on the part of the Buyer, it is necessary to deliver the Subject of the Transfer repeatedly or in any other way than stated in the Order, the Buyer is obliged to pay the costs associated with the repeated delivery of the Subject of Transfer, or any costs associated with other means of delivery.

5.6. The Buyer is obliged to carefully inspect the Subject of the Transfer without undue delay from the moment when the Buyer has the opportunity to dispose of the Subject of Transfer and is obliged to complain in writing to the Seller without undue delay (especially mechanical breach of the Subject of Transfer, visible defects of the Subject of Transfer, incomplete performance, etc). If the Buyer accepts the Subject of Transfer and the Seller is not accused of any apparent defects by the Buyer without undue delay, it is considered that the Seller has fulfilled the obligation to deliver the Subject of Transfer without any defects, duly and timely.

5.7. If the Buyer does not take over the Subject of the Transfer for no apparent reason at the agreed time, the Buyer is obliged to pay the Seller the costs of the vain delivery attempt. If the Buyer, for any reason, fails to take over the Subject of Transfer even within the additional period set out by the Seller, such conduct will be considered a material breach of the Agreement and the Seller has the right to withdraw from the Agreement. This does not affect the Seller’s right to damages.

6. WITHDRAWAL FROM THE AGREEMENT – OBJECT OF THE TRANSFER IN A PRINTED FORM

6.1. The Contracting Parties are entitled to withdraw from the Agreement in cases of breach of the Agreement in a substantial manner pursuant to the provisions of Section 2001 et seq. of the Civil Code and in the cases specified in these GTC.

6.2. The Seller is entitled to withdraw from this Agreement if

The Buyer is in default of paying the Total Purchase Price or any portion thereof for more than thirty (30) calendar days;

An order of distraint is issued against the Buyer as a debtor, or the Buyer submits a debtor insolvency petition or a moratorium petition, or the competent court decides on the Buyer’s bankruptcy.

6.3. As a consumer, the Buyer is entitled to withdraw from this Agreement in accordance with the provisions of Section 1829 et seq. Civil Code.

6.4. Except in the case that the Buyer cannot withdraw from the Agreement pursuant to Section 1837 of the Civil Code, the Buyer is entitled to withdraw from the Agreement in accordance with Section 1829 (1) of the Civil Code within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the Subject of Transfer, while in the event that the subject of the Agreement is multiple pieces of the Subject of Transfer, this period runs from the date of receipt of the last delivery. Withdrawal from the Agreement must be sent to the Seller within the period specified in the previous sentence. For withdrawal from the Agreement, the Buyer may use the standard form provided by the Seller, which forms an annex to these GTC. The Buyer may send the withdrawal from the Agreement to, inter alia, the address of the Seller’s registered office or the Seller’s e-mail address [⦁].

6.5. In case of withdrawal from the Agreement, the Agreement is cancelled from the beginning. The Subject of the Transfer must be returned to the Seller by the Buyer within fourteen (14) calendar days of the delivery of the withdrawal from the Agreement to the Seller. If the Buyer withdraws from the Agreement, the Buyer shall bear the costs of returning the Subject of Transfer to the Seller.

6.6. In the event of withdrawal from the Agreement, the Seller shall return all funds received from the Buyer within fourteen (14) calendar days of withdrawal from the Agreement to the Buyer, in the same manner as the Seller has accepted them from the Buyer. The Seller is also entitled to return the funds provided by the Buyer when the Buyer returns the Subject of Transfer or otherwise, provided the Buyer agrees and this does not incur additional costs for the Buyer. If the Buyer withdraws from the Agreement, the Seller is not obliged to return the funds received to the Buyer before the Buyer returns the Subject of Transfer or proves that he has sent the Subject of Transfer to the Seller.

6.7. The Seller is entitled to unilaterally set off a claim for damages incurred to the Subject of Transfer against the Buyer’s claim for the return of the Total Purchase Price or any received funds in a different amount than in the Total Purchase Price as was agreed upon.

6.8. In the event that the Contracting Parties enter into a Agreement whose subject matter is a delivery consisting in part of the Subject of Transfer in printed form and in part in the Subject of Transfer in digital form (e-book), the withdrawal from the Agreement relating to the part in printed form shall be governed by this Article 6. of these GTC and withdrawal from the Agreement relating to the Subject of Transfer in digital form (e-book) by Article 7 of these GTC.

7. WITHDRAWAL FROM THE AGREEMENT – E-BOOK SUBJECT OF THE TRANSFER

7.1. If the Subject of the Transfer is in digital form (e-book), the Buyer loses in accordance with § 1837 letter. l) of the Civil Code the right to withdraw from the Agreement by making available such goods, ie by delivering the Subject of Transfer in digital form (e-book) to the Buyer’s e-mail, if the Subject of Transfer was not delivered on a tangible medium and if it was delivered with the prior express consent of the Buyer before the expiration of the period of fourteen (14) calendar days for withdrawal from the Agreement and the Seller, prior to the conclusion of the Agreement, informed the Buyer that in such a case he is not entitled to withdraw from the Agreement. If the Subject of Transfer has not been delivered on a tangible medium and if the Buyer has not given prior express consent to the delivery of the Subject of Transfer in digital form (e-book) before the expiration of the period of fourteen (14) days for withdrawal from the Agreement, the Buyer is entitled to withdraw from the Agreement using the model form provided by the Seller, which is attached to these GTC.

8. RIGHTS DUE TO DEFECTIVE PERFORMANCE

8.1. The rights and obligations of the Contracting Parties due to defective performance shall be governed by the relevant generally binding legal regulations (in particular provisions of Sections 1914 to 1925, Sections 2099 to 2117 and Sections 2161 to 2174 of the Civil Code and Act No. 634/1992 Coll., On Consumer Protection, as amended).

8.2. The Seller is liable to the Buyer that the Subject of the Transfer does not have any defects. In particular, the Seller is liable to the Buyer that at the time the Buyer receives the Subject of Transfer:

a) the Subject of Transfer of Property has the characteristics agreed upon by the Contracting Parties in the Agreement and, in the absence of any other arrangement, has the same characteristics that the Seller or Manufacturer has described or which the Buyer has expected with respect to the nature of the Subject of Transfer and the advertising performed concerning it;

b) the Subject of Transfer is suitable for the purpose stated for its use by the Seller or for which goods of this kind are usually used,

c) The Subject of the Transfer corresponds to the quality or design of the agreed sample or template, if the quality or design was determined according to the agreed sample or template,

d) the Subject of the Transfer is in the appropriate quantity, measure or weight;

e) The Subject of the Transfer complies with the legal requirements.

8.3. Provisions referred to in Article 8.2. of these GTC shall not apply to the Subject of Transfer if sold at a lower price for a defect for which a lower price has been agreed, or due to wear on the Subject of Transfer caused by its normal use, or if such results from the nature of the Subject of Transfer.

8.4. If a defect occurs within six months of receipt, the Subject of Transfer is deemed to have been defective upon receipt. The Buyer is entitled to exercise their right due to defect that occurs in consumer goods within twenty-four (24) months of receipt.

8.5. The Buyer shall exercise their rights due to defective performance with the Seller either in writing in paper form or electronically via the Seller’s e-mail [⦁], or in person at the Seller’s registered office at Mánesova 1027/37, 120 00 Praha 2 – Vinohrady.

9. OTHER ARRANGEMENTS

9.1. In relation to the Buyer, the Seller is not bound by any codes of conduct within the meaning of Section 1826 (1) (a). e) of the Civil Code.

9.2. Handling of Buyer’s complaints as a consumer is primarily ensured by the Seller via their e-mail address [⦁], or in paper form to the address specified by the Buyer to handle such complaints. The Seller shall inform the Buyer about the handling of the complaint in a manner chosen by the Buyer, otherwise to the Buyer’s e-mail.

9.3. Out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes arising from the Agreement is the responsibility of the Czech Trade Inspection Authority, with its registered address at Štěpánská 567/15, 120 00 Prague 2, IČ: 000 20 869, Internet address: https://adr.coi.cz/cs. The online dispute resolution platform located at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr can be used to settle disputes between the Seller and the Buyer under the Agreement.

9.4. The European Consumer Center of the Czech Republic, with its registered address at Štěpánská 567/15, 120 00 Prague 2, Internet address: http://www.evropskyspotrebitel.cz is the contact point of Regulation (EU) No 524/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of the EU of 21 May 2013 on the resolution of consumer disputes online and amending Regulation (EC) No 2006/2004 and Directive 2009/22 / EC (Regulation on the resolution of consumer disputes online).

9.5. The Seller is entitled to sell the Subject of Transfer and thus to conclude the Agreement based on a trading license. Legal control of such trade is carried out within the scope of its competence by the relevant Trade Licensing Office. Supervision of personal data protection is performed by the Office for Personal Data Protection. The Czech Trade Inspection Authority performs, to a limited extent, supervision over compliance with Act No. 634/1992 Coll., On Consumer Protection, as amended.

9.6. The Buyer hereby assumes the risk of changing circumstances within the meaning of Section 1765 (2) of the Civil Code.

9.7. The Buyer may be delivered correspondence to the Buyer’s e-mail if he does not explicitly require any other method of delivery.

10. PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA

10.1. In connection with performance under the Agreement, the Seller will process the Buyer’s personal data provided by the Buyer for the purpose of concluding the Agreement or otherwise in the course of the relationship established by the Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “Personal Data”).

10.2. The Seller is the Personal Data Administrator (hereinafter referred to as the “Administrator”), who can be contacted at the e-mail address [•] and by phone number [•] for the processing of Personal Data.

10.3. The basic purpose of personal data processing is defined by the subject matter of the Agreement; in connection with the subject matter of the Agreement, the Administrator also has a number of obligations stipulated by various legal regulations. Personal Data is also processed in the performance of obligations under this legislation.

10.4. Some Personal Data will be processed by the Administrator for the purpose of offering other services or products in the form of direct marketing, which is a legitimate interest of the Administrator.

10.5. Upon termination of the contractual relationship established by the Agreement, the Administrator will further process certain Personal Data for the purpose of performing archiving obligations. This processing of Personal Data is therefore necessary to fulfill the legal obligations that apply to the Administrator.

10.6. Personal data will also be processed by the Administrator for the purpose of defense in the event of a dispute with the Buyer and for the purpose of enforcing the Seller’s claim against the Buyer after the termination of the contractual relationship established by the Agreement. This is a legitimate interest of the Administrator.

10.7. Personal data will not be passed on to other entities.

10.8. Personal Data will be stored by the Administrator for the duration of the Agreement. Upon termination of the contractual relationship established by the Agreement, the Administrator shall keep the Personal Data for the period stipulated by the relevant legal regulations and, if this period is not specified, for a period of 5 years after the termination of this contractual relationship.

10.9. Data subjects (ie the individuals to whom the Personal Data relate) have the right to request access from the Administrator to their Personal Data, ie. the right to obtain confirmation from the Administrator as to whether their Personal Data is being processed or not and, if so, have the right to access their Personal Data and other specified information. Furthermore, they have the right to correct inaccurate or to complete incomplete Personal Data.

10.10. Where one of the grounds set out in Article 17 (1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the EU Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and on the repeal of Directive 95 / 46 / EC (General Data Protection Regulation – hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”) exists and at the same time some of the conditions set out in Article 17 (3) of the GDPR are not met, data subjects have the right to delete their Personal Data.

10.11. If the case referred to in Article 18 (1) of the GDPR occurs, data subjects have the right to limit the processing of their Personal Data.

10.12. In the case of processing of Personal Data for the purposes specified in Article 10.6. of these GTC, data subjects have the right to object to the processing of their Personal Data. In such a case, the Administrator will be obliged to prove serious legitimate reasons for processing, otherwise it will no longer process Personal Data.

10.13. In the case of processing of Personal Data for the purpose specified in Article 10.4. of these GTC, data subjects have the right to object to this processing of their Personal Data. In this case, the Personal Data will no longer be processed by the Administrator for this purpose.

10.14. All rights contained herein may be exercised by the data subject via the above-mentioned e-mail or telephone contact to the Administrator.

10.15. In the event that the data subject believes that the processing of his / her Personal Data has violated the GDPR, he / she has the right to file a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the country of his / her habitual residence, place of employment or place of alleged violation. This supervisory authority for the Czech Republic is the Office for Personal Data Protection, with its registered address at Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7, Czech Republic, ID: 708 37 627, www.uoou.cz.

11. FINAL PROVISIONS

11.1. The relationship established by the Agreement and modified in the details of these GTC shall be governed by the applicable laws of the Czech Republic. If the relationship established by the Agreement and modified in the details of these GTC includes an international (foreign) element, such a relationship is also governed by the laws of the Czech Republic. The Buyer as a consumer is not deprived thereby of the protection afforded him by the provisions of the law, which cannot be contractually departed from, and which, in the absence of a choice of law, would otherwise apply under Article 6 (1) of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 593/2008 of 17 June 2008 on the law applicable to contractual obligations (Rome I).

11.2. General courts of the Czech Republic are competent to settle disputes between the Contracting Parties (except as provided in Articles 9.3. And 9.4. Of these GTC).

11.3. If any provision of these GTC is invalid or ineffective, or becomes so, instead of the invalid provision, a provision shall replace it whose meaning is as close as possible to the invalid provision. The invalidity or ineffectiveness of one provision shall not affect the validity of the other provisions.

11.4. The Agreement, including the GTC, is archived by the Seller in electronic form and is not accessible.

11.5. Annex No. 1 to these GTC forms a model form for withdrawal from the Agreement.

11.6. These GTC are valid and effective from April 1, 2019.

Prague, April 1, 2019

Wild Cat Pictures in Motion s.r.o.