Regulations of provision of services by electronic means at the website
Clause 1 [Definitions]
a service rendered by electronic means within the meaning of the Act on Provision of Services by Electronic Means of 18 July 2002 (consolidated textO Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1219) including contact forms available at the website located in the “contact” tab and at the homepage, offering sending a message to the service provider
Service provider
Advocate Karol Kakowski operating a sole proprietorship under the company name Kancelaria Adwokacka Adwokat Karol Kakowski, ul. Dąbrowszczaków 24/4-5, 10-541 Olsztyn, Tax ID No. (NIP): 8491517833, tel. 884 924 400, email:, competent professional self-government: Law Society in Olsztyn (, no. of entry to the list of Advocates kept by District Advocate Council in Olsztyn: OLS/Adw/274, country in which the professional title of Advocate was granted: Poland, Code of Advocates’ Ethics available at the website
Service recipient every individual using the services
Clause 2 [Principles of use of services]
Clause 2 [Principles of use of services]
  1. When a service recipient wants to use services, he or she should:
    fill in with true personal data all fields indicating the type of requested data,
  2. fill in the content field in the message,
  3. tick the box including the declaration on fulfilment by the service provider of the information obligation regarding the processing of personal data,
  4. tick the box covering acceptance of Privacy Policy,
  5. 11. tick the box covering acceptance of the Regulations,
  6. 12. click the “send” field
Entering into agreement: An agreement on provision of a service by electronic means is entered into at the moment of stating data and contents required by fields, ticking boxes with the declaration and permissions and clicking the “send” field. An agreement is terminated upon the end of a contact from the side of the service recipient and the service provider.
Technical requirements: To receive the services it is necessary to use a computer, tablet, smartphone or other device enabling access to the Internet through a web browser.
Security principles: When using the services and to protect himself or herself against a breach of protection of his or her personal data, a service recipient should use most of all devices which ensure security of sending data, among others, by installed proper antivirus software, and access to these devices is protected by a password known only to the service recipient.
Service recipient’s liability: A service recipient shall be liable for contents delivered to the service provider, in particular, it is forbidden to deliver illegal contents
Clause 3 [Complaints]
  1. Complaints concerning services may be lodged by electronic mail to the address
  2. Personal data: first name and description of a complaint must be stated in the content of a complaint notification.
  3. A complaint will be considered without undue delay at the latest within 7 days from the date of receiving it by the service provider, in case the above period is not complied with for reasons beyond the control of the service provider, the service provider will inform the claimant about the reasons for a delay and an expected date of consideration of a complaint.
  4. A response to a complaint will be sent to the claimant to the email address contained in a complaint notification or other indicated email address.
Clause 4 [Final provisions]
Amendments The service provider reserves the right to amend the provisions of these regulations.
The amendments become effective upon publication of an amendment text of the Regulations at the website
Reference: To all matters not settled by these regulations the relevant provisions of the Act on Provision of Services by Electronic Means of 18 July 2002 (consolidated text Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1219) shall apply.
The initial effective date of the Regulations: 25/05/2018



The Olsztyn Legal Office 
Advocate Karol Kakowski
ul. Dąbrowszczaków 24/4-5 
10-541 Olsztyn

Tax ID No. (NIP): 8491517833

tel. 884 924 400