Terms of use of the Website

By visiting the Website, you agree to the terms of use of the Website and undertake to adhere thereto. Use of the Website is prohibited, if the User does not agree to the terms of use.
Provided that the User fully agrees to the terms of use and the privacy policy, the Office shall grant a free non-exclusive limited licence to use the Website, which the User of the Website has no right to alienate. The licence shall grant the User the right to browse the Website and view its contents in accordance with the terms of use and laws.
Only persons older than 18 years of age may use the Website. Persons under 18 years of age can be users of the licence only by the agreement of a parent or custodian, provided that they use the Website under parental or custodial supervision and the parent or custodian has read the terms of use.
Users are forbidden from engaging in activities that aim to disrupt or interfere with the operation of the Website.
Intellectual property
The contents of the Website, including, but not limited to the design, graphical appearance, images, texts, code, domain name and other copyrights, corporate names, trademarks, other intellectual property, as well as any other property on it (hereinafter the ‘intellectual property’) is fully owned by the Office and/or its licensors and/or its affiliates.
The intellectual property of the Website may not be reproduced, distributed, translated, changed, processed, performed in public, reproduced, exposed to the public, forwarded, made available to the public, alienated, sold, licensed, etc. in any way, nor may any derivative work be created from it, unless the Office provides its prior written consent or the law stipulates otherwise.
The entire intellectual property of the Website is protected by domestic and international legislation governing the protection of intellectual property.

 

Links to other web pages
The Office is not liable for any content found on other web pages the Office has provided links to on its Website. The Office cannot be liable for any content over which it has no influence.
Liability limitations
All contents published on the Website are informative in essence. The contents of the Website cannot be interpreted as a legal opinion on any situation, nor as a provision of legal advisory or other professional services by the Office. In like manner, the contents of the Website cannot constitute the basis or causal motivation for action or inaction by other persons, incl. customers of the Office, in any situation. Neither the Office nor its attorneys are liable for the consequences of actions or inaction motivated by the contents of the Website.

Legal notice

The terms of use of this website (hereinafter the Website) are described in the terms of use and the privacy policy of the Website. The terms of use of the Website establish the rules under which a person visiting the Website (hereinafter the User) may use the Website. The privacy policy includes information on the collection and processing of personal data, as well as the use of cookies on the Website.
The administrator and owner of this Website is Advokaadibüroo RASK OÜ (registry code 12320552; hereinafter the Office). The Office acquires a full right to update, remove or change the legal notice of the Website in other way (incl. the terms of use and privacy policy of the Website). Users of the Website undertake to keep themselves updated about the valid terms of use of the Website to avoid any violation of the rights.
The laws of the Republic of Estonia are applied to these terms and conditions, and any disputes related thereto are settled in the Harju County Court.
Please contact rask@rask.ee for any information related to the use of the Website.

Privacy policy

The Office may process, collect, use and publish personal data in accordance with these terms and conditions and the legislation. By entering his/her personal data via the Website, and also by using the respective applications of the Website or forwarding an e-mail to an e-mail address containing the domain of the Office, the User grants the Office his/her consent to process the person data, incl. for the collection and use thereof under the terms and conditions stipulated in the privacy policy.
The Website of the Office may include applications for the use of which the Office asks the personal data of the User of the Website (such as newsletters, inquiries, information forms, etc.). The purpose of using an application shall be clear to the User at the moment of entering his/her personal data, at the latest. The Office shall use the information only for these purposes.
Personal data is collected by the Office only in case the User has made it available to the Office via the Website or forwarded his/her personal data by e-mail. For the purpose of sending out newsletters, the minimum information to be collected is: name, e-mail, job, country, newsletters subscribed for, and the access data thereto. In the case of e-mails and information requests, the information evident from particular e-mails and information requests is collected.
Users are entitled to see the personal data processed by the Office the subject of which they are. The Office may retain data for up to two years as from its submission. Users are entitled to demand that their personal data be erased, amended, or the processing thereof restricted in cases stipulated by law. Users can exercise their respective rights by submitting a corresponding application to the Office in writing or in a format that can be reproduced in writing.
The Office shall do everything reasonably in its powers, incl. the application of reasonable organisational and technical solutions, to protect any personal data collected on the Users of the Website from its unlawful use.
Cookies may be used on the Website. Cookies are tiny files downloaded to the device of a user by web pages that the user visits. The purpose of using cookies is to differentiate particular Users from other people visiting the Website and enhance the ease of use of the Website through the information collected.
Users can set their web browsers to notify them of cookies, to refuse cookies, and to erase cookies.

You can see more information about cookies at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.