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Client agreement
1. The purpose of the General Terms and Conditions of the Client Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the General Terms and Conditions) is to set down the general principles of the client agreement of Tallink Tennis School, a private hobby school of MTÜ Tallink-City Spordiklubi, registry code 80405811 (hereinafter referred to as Tallink Tennis School), that apply to the provision of courses and trainings offered by Tallink Tennis School at Tallink Tennis Centre at the address Osmussaare 7, Tallinn.
2. Tallink Tennis School offers tennis courses and training and general physical training (hereinafter referred to as Training) for a fee.
3. The General Terms and Conditions apply to the students of Tallink Tennis School (hereinafter referred to as the Student) under the client agreement and/or some other contract. In addition, the Student is subject to the Price List and Good Practice Rules. Tallink Tennis School has the right to amend the General Terms and Conditions, Price List, and Good Practice Rules unilaterally.
4. The Student concludes a client agreement with Tallink Tennis School (hereinafter referred to as the Client Agreement) to participate in Trainings on the basis of a suitable training plan. The Client Agreement is deemed concluded upon the submission of the application to join on the website of Tallink Tennis School. The Client Agreement is concluded without a term.
5. A parent or legal representative (hereinafter referred to as the Parent) concludes and signs the Client Agreement on behalf of a Student who is younger than 18 years of age (an adult Student or Parent are hereinafter referred to as the Client) and who, together with the Student, is solidarily liable before Tallink Tennis School for the fulfilment of obligations of the Student arising from the Client Agreement.
6. If necessary, Tallink Tennis School has the right to make changes in the time of provision of Training by notifying the Student of such change in reasonable time in advance. Changing the training schedule and replacing training sessions or trainers will not be considered an amendment to the Client Agreement. No trainings take place on national holidays.
7. Tallink Tennis School forwards notices concerning the Client Agreement to the Client and/or the Student using the contact details included in the Client Agreement. The Client and/or the Student must notify Tallink Tennis School of any changes in their personal data and/or contact data immediately. Tallink Tennis School posts general notices to their website on the Internet.
8. The Client notifies Tallink Tennis School of giving up Training in writing at the address no later than by the 24th day of the previous calendar month.
9. Tallink Tennis School has the right of extraordinary cancellation of the Client Agreement without keeping to the requirement of a preliminary notice if the Client has incurred a debt in payment as specified in the Client Agreement for at least 30 consecutive calendar days or if the Client breaches materially the Client Agreement or parts thereof.
10. Upon termination or cancellation of the Client Agreement, the tuition fee paid by the Client to Tallink Tennis School will not be refunded.
11. All disputes related to or arising from the Client Agreement will be resolved by negotiations. If the negotiations fail, disputes are resolved at Harju County Court.

Fee and payment rules
12. The Client pays Tallink Tennis School a tuition fee specified in the Client Agreement and/or Price List for Training. Tallink Tennis School may amend the amount of the tuition fee before the beginning of the academic year. The tuition fee may be increased by up to 20%.
13. Tallink Tennis School, the private hobby school of MTÜ Tallink-City Spordiklubi, is registered as a private hobby school and its tuition fees paid under the Client Agreement are considered training expenses subject to income tax return.
14. Each year by 1 November, the Parent must determine by electronic means to which sports club the sporting aid from the budget of the city of Tallinn will be allocated. If Tallink Tennis School has not been confirmed as the receiver of the aid in regard of the Student, 10% will be added to the tuition fee.
15. If two or more minors from one family train at Tallink Tennis School, the Parent has the right to apply for a 10% reduction in the total amount of the tuition fee payable for the Students that are minors. For that purpose, the parent has to submit an application by e-mail to the chief trainer of Tallink Tennis School at the address
16. In case of absence from Training due to a disease that lasts over two subsequent weeks, Tallink Tennis School relieves the Student who is a minor from 25% of the tuition fee by setting it off against the tuition fee of the following month.
17. An invoice for the tuition fee is issued to the Client, Student, or the person indicated by them for the current calendar month by the fifth day of each calendar month. The tuition fee must be paid by the term specified on the invoice.
18. Failure to receive the invoice does not free the Client from the obligation to pay the tuition fee.
19. If the Client has failed to pay the invoice issued to them in a timely manner, Tallink Tennis School has the right to demand an interest on arrears of 0.06% a day on the sum not received.
20. If the Client has an obligation to pay Tallink Tennis School different payments concurrently, the sequence of payments made to fulfil obligations will be the following: firstly, expenses made to collect the tuition fee; secondly, interests on arrears and penalties, and lastly, fees payable for using services.
21. Tallink Tennis School has to right to transfer the debt claim that it has against the Client or give collection thereof to a third person and forward data related to the debt claim to companies mandated by Tallink Tennis School (e.g. collection and credit information companies) and forward data related to the debt claim. Upon the request of Tallink Tennis School, the Client must compensate Tallink Tennis School the costs incurred in relation to the collection of a debt claim by Tallink Tennis School and/or a third person.

Participation in Training and rules for using Tallink Tennis Centre
22. A tennis training session lasts 60 minutes.
23. A tennis-training group comprises up to 6 Students. The mini-tennis training groups include more than 6 Students.
24. Participation of the Student in a smaller tennis training group or a longer Training session will be agreed on separately with the head coach.
25. Adult Students can use the tennis equipment of Tallink Tennis School.
26. In case of absence from Training sessions, another group can be attended later upon an agreement with the trainer. This will be possible if the Student has notified of their absence at least 24 hours in advance and if there is an appropriate group and time available. Trainings that the Student has not attended during the indoor season can be taken during the indoor season and trainings missed during the outdoor season can be taken during the outdoor season.
27. Persons at least 16 years of age can use the services offered by Tallink Tennis Centre independently. Persons younger than 16 years of age can use the tennis and badminton service of Tallink Tennis Centre (no age restriction applied). Persons younger than 16 years of age are not permitted to participate in and be present in the gym and at group trainings, except for group trainings for general physical training specially designed for 7–15-year-old children.
28. The tennis indoor season begins on 1 September and ends on 31 May and the outdoor season begins on 1 June and ends on 31 August.
29. Badminton season begins on 1 September and ends on 31 August.
30. The Student is required to register their visit to Tallink Tennis Centre with the trainer.
31. The Student is aware of their health condition and is responsible for their wellbeing and health. The Student attends Training sessions offered by Tallink Tennis School at their own responsibility and Tallink Tennis School is not responsible for any traumas or possible accidents that the Student may suffer at Tallink Tennis Centre.
32. The Student is responsible for any damage caused to the property and equipment of Tallink Tennis School and Tallink Tennis Centre or third persons and must compensate any damage caused to Tallink Tennis School, Tallink Tennis Centre, or a third person.
33. The Student must use the premises of Tallink Tennis Centre as intended and in compliance with the Good Practice Rules of Tallink Tennis Centre.
34. Tallink Tennis School is not responsible for any damage caused to the property of the Student at Tallink Tennis Centre as well as for the preservation of any unattended items or items in lockers.
35. Tallink Tennis School is liable for the Student and the Student has the right to use legal remedies against Spordiklubi only if Spordiklubi has breached its obligations intentionally or due to grave negligence.

Processing of personal data
MTÜ Tallink – City Spordiklubi processes personal data of the Students and Clients in accordance with the requirements set out in the General Data Protection Regulation and other applicable legal acts and the Privacy Policy.

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