General Terms & Conditions for services (Event tickets, ThetaHealing seminars, coaching)
1. Validity and conclusion of contract
1.1 These General Terms & Conditions apply to service contracts with private Customers concluded via the website of the Organiser (www.suryahealing.events).
1.2 The ordering of the service takes place through the binding registration of the Customer for the event/seminar and is considered as an offer to conclude the service contract. The order of the service is confirmed by the Organizer by sending the invoice. The service contract is concluded as soon as the Customer receives the invoice.
2.1 Prices are quoted in Euro.
2.2 The Organiser reserves the right to change the prices on the website at any time. The prices published on the website on the order date shall apply to the conclusion of the contract with the Customer.
3.1 Payment shall be made by bank transfer. The invoice will be sent by e-mail after ordering the service. Payment must be made within 10 days of the invoice being sent. In case of late payment, the Organiser will send a maximum of two reminders. A fee of 50 Euro will be charged for the second reminder. If the Customer does not pay then, debt enforcement measures will be initiated. In addition, interest of 5% on arrears will be charged in case of late payment. Claims for damages remain reserved.
3.2 In the case of short-term orders, the amount must be credited to the Organizer's account at the latest at the beginning of the event/seminar.
3.3 If no receipt of payment can be established, the Customer may only participate in the event/seminar if he presents a transfer receipt or pays the invoice in cash before the start of the event/seminar.
3.4 If the Customer fails to attend the event/seminar without canceling the contract in written form by email, payment must still be made. In case of late payment, the Organizer will send a maximum of two reminders. A fee of 50 Euro will be charged for the second reminder. If the Customer then fails to pay, debt enforcement measures will be initiated. In addition, interest of 5% on arrears will be charged in case of late payment. Claims for damages remain reserved.
4. Right of withdrawal
4.1 The Customers can revoke the service contract up to 3 months before the start of the event/ seminar without giving reasons and without penalty. The period for exercising this right begins on the day on which the invoice is sent by the Organizer. Payments already made will be refunded by the Organizer free of charge.
4.2 If a Customer withdraws from the purchase within 3 months prior to the start date of the event/seminar, a fee of 100 Euros will be charged. The period for exercising this right begins on the day on which the invoice is sent by the Organiser.
4.3 After the event or seminar has started, the Customer has no claim to repayment of the payments made. These will not be refunded.
5. Liability for events/seminars
5.1 If the event/seminar has to be cancelled, payments already made will be refunded to the Customer by the Organizer free of charge.
5.2 If the event/seminar has to be cancelled due to force majeure, the Customer has no claim to repayment of the payments made. These will not be refunded.
6. Liability for the online connections
6.1 The Organiser undertakes to ensure security in systems, programmes, etc., which it owns and over which it has influence in accordance with the latest technical standards and to comply with the rules of data protection.
6.2 Customers shall ensure the security of systems, programs and data within their sphere of influence. Customers should keep passwords and user names secret from third parties in their own interest.
6.3 The Organiser shall not be liable for defects and malfunctions for which it is not responsible, in particular not for safety defects and operational failures of third-party companies with which it cooperates or on which it is dependent.
6.4 Furthermore, the Organiser shall not be liable for force majeure, improper action and disregard of risks on the part of the Customer or third parties, excessive strain, unsuitable operating resources of the Customer or third parties, extreme environmental influences, interventions by the Customer or disturbances by third parties (viruses, worms, etc.) which occur despite the necessary current safety precautions.
7. Application of law and place of jurisdiction
7.1 Spanish law applies to these General Terms & Conditions.
7.2 The court at the domicile of the defendant party shall have jurisdiction for actions brought by a Customer or by the Organiser. For foreign Customers, the courts at the Customer's domicile or at the Organiser's registered office shall have jurisdiction at the Customer's option. The courts at the Customer's domicile shall have jurisdiction for any action brought by the Organiser against the Customer.