Contact information

Core Calmfidence and Coaching Praxis am Rothenbaum

is managed by: Puetter Transformative Coaching & Consulting

 

USt-IdNr.: DE333441686

Contact Person

Nell Puetter 

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Address:

Hartungstr. 16

20146 Hamburg

Germany

T. +49 040 6360 8587 

​E. core@corecalmfidence.com

Other related websites:

www.nellpuetter.com

Latest update: April 29, 2021

Terms and Conditions of Use and Sale

Additional General Terms and Conditions
for the Coaching Practice Office Solutions of
Coaching Praxis am Rothenbaum 
(hereinafter referred to as CPAR)
 
Status: Jan 2022
 
§ 1 Scope of services, subject matter of contract
 
(1) The following General Terms and Conditions (GTC) apply to the Coaching Practice Office Solutions called here CPAR.
In addition to the GTC, the subject matter of the contractual relationship is the price list of CPAR as amended from time to time as well as the house rules of the respective booked business center location, which will be made known to the client upon commissioning.
 
(2) Insofar as no deviating provisions are agreed in these Additional General Terms and Conditions, the General Terms and Conditions of CPAR  shall apply in their respective valid version, which can be accessed at any time at https://www.corecalmfidence.com/terms-and-conditions
 
(3) By ordering the "Virtual Address" service solution, the client acquires the right to use the address provided by CPAR as a business address in business transactions (on letterheads, business cards, internet pages, etc.) during the term of the contract. This service does not entitle the client to use the business address in the imprint of the client's website or for entries in public directories or registers, unless the address is expressly identified as a postal address or as a dependent branch office and the company's head office is stated there. The Customer is not entitled to use the business address as the registered office or principal place of business of his company.
 
4) The "Virtual Address" service does not include the right to indicate the address in all other business registrations and registration requests (e.g. business registration, tax registration, commercial register entries).
 
(5)

For all publications, applications and registrations initiated by the client, the client must independently ensure that the commercial law, tax law and other legal and/or factual requirements for the respective applications and registration applications are fulfilled. CPAR (Coaching Praxis am Rothenbaum) does not assume any liability for the delivery of the public notice on the court notice board if the delivery is deemed to have been received. If the addressee does not notice the public service, CPAR does not assume any liability for adverse time limits in dunning or court proceedings if the defendant does not appear for the hearing.
 
(6) The use of the additional services ""Virtual Address" is not permitted if only the "Coaching Room" has been booked. If a client violates this, the fee for the "Virtual Address" service shall be deemed to have been agreed from the time and for the duration of the unauthorized use in accordance with the currently valid price list.
 
(7) The use of the aforementioned business center services is only permitted by the Client itself for the company named by it upon conclusion of the contract. Use by third parties is prohibited. If the Client makes the address provided to him available to third parties in breach of the contract or uses it himself for companies not named by him at the time of conclusion of the contract, the contractually owed fee shall be deemed to have been additionally agreed with him for this from the time and for the duration of the unauthorized use by the third party or parties.
 
(8) The services shall in any case include the acceptance of incoming post mail for the Customer at the business address, supervision of the location Monday to Friday from 10:00 am. to 6:00 pm).
The client shall use the post mail address as following:
 
Coaching Praxis am Rothenbaum
Name Surname 
Hartungstrasse 16
20146 Hamburg
Germany

 
(9) The subject matter of the agreement is only the acceptance of letter mails. The merchandise shipments, packages of any size larger items require prior notification by the client and approval by CPAR. There shall be no entitlement to acceptance of such items.
 
(10) During the business hours specified in paragraph 8, CPAR shall hold accepted mail ready for collection or forward it - if necessary also in electronic form after it has been scanned - to an address specified by the customer. It shall ensure, by providing appropriate facilities and informing the relevant service providers, that all items addressed to the business address provided to the Customer reach it reliably. CPAR shall not assume any liability for any faulty performance on the part of third parties, such as Deutsche Post AG.
 
(11) In the case of forwarding mail, only the timely and proper dispatch or forwarding is always owed.
 
(12) CPAR shall not grant the customer any protection against competition or rivalry with regard to the services it provides.
 
(13) The telephone and office service of CPAR is not the subject of the contractual relationship. The General Terms and Conditions in their currently valid version shall apply exclusively to this.

(14) Canceling, pausing, or changing your subscription for the Virtual Office Solution

Cancellation will take effect at the end of your current billing period. You can manage / cancel your subscriptions if you’re logged into the correct account and on the device you used to subscribe. Check if you’re on the right account  and device. If your most recent payment failed or didn’t go through, you’ll need to pay this first.



 
§ 2 Obligations of the client
 
(1) The customer undertakes not to use the “virtual office/ virtual address” services of CPAR for any business or private activities that violate legal provisions - of whatever kind - or that are likely to impair or damage the reputation of CPAR. He shall avoid any impression in legal and business dealings that he has more rights than the rights of use to the business address granted to him within the framework of the contractual relationship (e.g. he is the sole user of the business center location). Any unauthorized structural or other visual changes to the premises are prohibited.
 
(2) The client undertakes to inform CPAR if he or a contact person/representative named by him cannot be reached by telephone for a period longer than 2 weeks and is also otherwise unable to retrieve notifications intended for him. He shall independently ensure that the technical equipment via which he receives notifications (mobile telephone, etc.) is ready to receive and that postal items sent to the address specified by him (mail forwarding address), in particular any official notifications received at the business address, reach him.
 
(3) If it is foreseeable that the customer intends to use the business address or rooms booked by him and the associated infrastructure (e.g. entrance and waiting area) in a manner that exceeds the usual extent and possibly impairs other customers of CPAR (e.g. through video recordings or meetings), he must announce this to CPAR in good time. Such use is only permissible in consultation with and with the prior consent of CPAR, which CPAR may make dependent on the payment of an appropriate additional fee.
 
(4) The client is obligated to provide CPAR with an original signed postal power of attorney to enable CPAR to receive incoming mail at the business address on behalf of the client.
 
(5) The customer undertakes to inform CPAR without delay of any changes to his address, telephone availability, account details, legal form, statutory or legal representation and any other circumstances of comparable importance to the contractual relationship.


 
§ 3 Commencement of the contract, termination, obligations upon termination of the contract
 
(1) The contractual relationship shall commence on the agreed date and will be automatically billed on a monthly basis.
 
(2) In the first contractual year, the notice period shall be one month to the end of the billing period; from the second contractual year, it shall be three months to the end of the billing period. The right to terminate the contract on monthly basis, remains unaffected.
 
(3) In particular, CPAR shall be entitled to terminate the contract without notice for good cause if: the client changes his address given upon conclusion of the contract - which must be different from the business address provided in accordance with these terms and conditions (company headquarters, regular place of business or comparable) - and he does not notify CPAR of his new address within 14 days without being requested to do so; the notification of a post office box or comparable shall not be deemed to be an address, the customer is in arrears with the payment of service fees from two invoices, the Customer is in default with the payment of service fees in the amount of more than twice the credit limit.


The client culpably violates the terms of the contract and fails to remedy the violation within a reasonable period of time after a warning by CPAR. In the case of significant violations, a warning is dispensable, there are considerable and comprehensible indications that the business conduct of the client violates morality (§ 138 BGB) or a legal prohibition (§ 134 BGB), insolvency proceedings have been instituted against the Client's assets.
 
(4) The termination by the customer shall be made in writing (also by email) within the business hours from 10:00 to 18:00. In all cases, CPAR will immediately issue a confirmation of termination (also by email) to the customer.
 
(5) Notice of termination by CPAR may be given in writing or text form. Written notice of termination shall also be deemed to have been received if it was addressed to the last address specified by the customer but could not be delivered there or was not accepted.
 
(6) After the end of the contract term, the Customer shall no longer be entitled to use the address previously provided to it in any form in legal or business transactions. In particular, the Customer shall ensure that the address is deleted from all public registers and other directories after the end of the contract term and is no longer stated on Internet pages for which it is responsible or on its business stationery.
 
(7) If the Customer continues to use the address provided to it in violation of Paragraph 6 even after the end of the contract, an amount of 100% of the fee owed for the authorized use shall be deemed to have been agreed for the period of unauthorized use, unless the continued use is based exclusively on the fact that it was not possible for the Customer to terminate the use in a timely manner despite exercising reasonable due diligence. The assertion of this claim does not constitute an approval of the unauthorized use by CPAR; the assertion of corresponding claims for injunctive relief and damages shall remain unaffected by this.

 
§ 4 Deposit, security
 
CPAR is entitled to demand an appropriate deposit from the customer for the use of the services specified under § 1, the debt of a natural person and/or the provision of an equivalent means of security. The deposit is non-interest bearing.

 
§ 5 Coaching rooms
 
(1) CPAR shall provide the Customer with a coaching room in the CPAR subject to availability and on the basis of a separate agreement. The costs, size and equipment to be paid by the client for the use of a coaching room are based on the respective list of prices and services.
 
(2) If no coaching rooms are available at a requested time, there shall be no claim to provision. However, the client is entitled to preferential consideration for alternative dates.
 
(3) The client undertakes to leave the coaching rooms punctually at the end of the agreed period of use. Exceeding the time of use is only permissible with the express consent of CPAR and in this case against payment of the corresponding fee. Even if the time of use is exceeded without prior agreement, the client must pay the fee for this separate use in accordance with the service specifications. CPAR reserves the right to claim damages in excess thereof.


 
§ 6 Liability
 
The client shall also be liable for all damage caused by him to rooms and objects of CPAR used by him. The client shall be liable for any such damage caused by his visitors, business partners, suppliers, etc.


 
§ 7 Right of retention, destruction of undeliverable mail
 
(1) In the event that the client is in arrears with the payment of service fees from two invoices or in the amount of more than double the credit limit CPAR reserves the right to stop forwarding mail to the client until the outstanding items have been settled. This shall not affect the possibility of collecting the mail in person upon presentation of a valid identity card.
 
(2) In the event that incoming mail cannot be forwarded to the client because he has neglected his obligations arising from § 2 and has not provided a mail forwarding address, CPAR reserves the right to destroy the mail three months after receipt. If CPAR has another means of contact (telephone, e-mail), it will not destroy the mail until it has given the client prior notice of its destruction. The foregoing shall also apply if the requirements of subsection 1 are met and CPAR has previously notified the client in good time of the destruction and has given the client the opportunity to enable forwarding by clearing the outstanding items or to collect the mail in person.


 
§ 8 Miscellaneous
 
(1) The law of the Federal Republic of Germany, Hamburg shall apply exclusively to this contractual relationship.
 
(2) Insofar as the parties can dispose of it (§§ 29 para. 2, 38 ZPO), the place of performance for all contractual claims of the parties and the place of jurisdiction for legal disputes arising from the contractual relationship shall be the registered office of CPAR. The parties may also be sued at their general place of jurisdiction.
 
(3) Should any provisions of these General Terms and Conditions be invalid in whole or in part, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The parties undertake to agree on an appropriate provision in place of the invalid provision which, as far as legally possible, comes as close as possible to what was intended by the parties to the present contract.

Status: Jan 2022, Hamburg