I. Validity and Application of General Terms and Conditions
These General Terms and Conditions apply for each natural, legal, or any other entity or association (hereinafter referred to as the user) who visits or uses the radgrade.com website which is accessible at www.radgrade.com (hereinafter referred to as the website) and which is managed by RADGRADE, d.o.o. company (hereinafter referred to as the service provider).
These General Terms and Conditions apply to the entire website, including all elements and subpages. Special conditions or provisions may apply for certain parts, subpages or for certain users alongside these General Terms and Conditions.
By using the website the user hereby accepts and agrees with all the provisions stipulated in these General Terms and Conditions and that she/he is acquainted with the Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy.
These General Terms and Conditions may be modified or supplemented at any time without prior notice or warning. By using the website under the modified terms and conditions the user accepts and agrees with the realized modifications.
II. Information about the Service Provider
Name and head office: RADGRADE, d.o.o., Tbilisijska 46, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Registration number: 8879842000
VAT ID no.: SI91534267
Court reg. no.: Ljubljana District Court, 27 May 2021
III. Website Use
The user is obliged to use the website in a legal and normal manner and in accordance with its intended purpose. The user is obliged to refrain from any conduct which would interfere with the rights of the service provider, other users, or third parties or which would cause or may cause damage or inconvenience to third parties.
If the user uses the website contrary to the provision stipulated in the previous paragraph of this Article, the service provider is entitled to disable access to the portal by blocking the IP address from which the user accessed this website.
IV. Intellectual Property Rights
The entire content of the website, regardless of the form (text, images, films, sounds etc.), including its concept, is protected with intellectual property rights. The service provider is the holder of all material copyrights for the content published on the website.
By publishing content on the website and by enabling the use of the website, the service provider does not waive any material copyright connected to the content of the website.
All use of content published on the website for any purpose excluding the personal use of the user is prohibited without the explicit prior written consent of the service provider. Any such abuse is considered a criminal act and can result in the user being liable for damages.
V. Exclusion of Liability
The service provider does not issue a guarantee or warranty that the content published on the website is exact, complete, and accurate, and shall therefore not be held liable for any damages which would arise from the user relying on the published content.
The service provider hereby does not assume any liability with regards to the operations or accessibility of the website and shall not be held liable for any damages incurred by the user due to the inaccessibility of the website or due to its non-operation or incorrect operation.
The service provider shall not be held liable for any damages which would occur on the user’s hardware, software, or other equipment due to the use of the website. The user is obliged to guarantee appropriate protection (antivirus etc.) for the equipment which is used to access the website.
VI. Final Provisions
The invalidity of any provision of these General Terms and Conditions, regardless of the reason for invalidity, shall not mean that the entire General Terms and Conditions are considered as invalid as a whole. In such cases, the invalid provision shall be considered as non-determined and the General Terms and Conditions shall remain valid without the applicable provision.
The law of the Republic of Slovenia without any international private law and procedure shall apply for all legal relations between users and the service provider. The competent court in the country of the service provider’s head office shall have jurisdiction for resolving any potential disputes between the user and the service provider.