Terms and Conditions

  1. General provisions
  2. Provider identification data
  3. Provided services
  4. Establishment of a contractual relationship
  5. Method of payment
  6. Possibility to withdraw from the order and cancellation conditions
  7. Delivery service
  8. Authorship of articles
  9. Disclaimer
  10. Higher power
  11. Final Provisions


Terms and Conditions for School Press Club
hereinafter "business conditions"

I. Introductory provisions

These terms and conditions define and specify the rights and obligations of the service provider and service user (hereinafter "client"). The contractual relationship between the provider and the client is governed by the laws of the Czech Republic.

II. Provider identification data

S&T Investors s.r.o.
Velkopřevorské nám. 608/5a
ZIP code 118 00 Praha 1
Company ID: 2725 1802,
(hereinafter referred to as the "Provider")

III. Provided services

  • providing an online platform for the creation of school and other newspapers, newsletters and magazines in printed and online versions with the possibility of interaction between editors and editors

IV. Establishment of a contractual relationship

Expression of client's interest

Based on the client's expression of interest - filling in an electronic form on the provider's website - with the choice of type of license or package, the provider notifies the client of the conditions of granting the requested license, especially the price, payment terms, license scope, terms and other related circumstances.

The client expresses his consent to the provider's offer by sending an electronic order and at the same time undertakes to accept these business conditions.

V. Method of payment

Upon sending the acceptance of the offer, the provider will issue an advance invoice to the client. Payment of the advance invoice must be made by the due date of the advance invoice non-cash to the provider's account. The invoice is issued with a 14-day maturity. Based on the payment of the price for the license, the provider will issue a tax document to the client.

VI. Possibility to withdraw from the order and cancellation conditions

If the client does not pay the price for the license by the due date of the advance invoice, his access to the system is terminated. By failing to pay the advance invoice, the client informs the provider that he is withdrawing from the contractual relationship.

VII. Delivery service

The Provider undertakes to deliver the contracted service, which is the content of the license in the quality and scope, which it states on its website www.schoolpressclub.com and in its brochures (leaflets, presentations, price lists). The client was acquainted with these conditions before the establishment of the contractual relationship and the completion of the order.

VIII. Authorship of articles

The client acknowledges that the articles are copyrighted and the authorship is protected by copyright law. Articles can be published through the provider's platform only with the knowledge and consent of the author. Without the written permission of the author, any use of parts or the whole work is prohibited, especially reproduction and distribution in any way, mechanical or electronic, in Czech or another language. All necessary consents for the purpose of publishing works on the provider's platform are provided by the client.

IX. Disclaimer

The provider is not responsible for the content of published articles or for any damages caused by copyright infringement.

X. Force majeure

In the event of force majeure, the provider has no obligations or liabilities to the client. In the event of premature termination of the use of the license due to force majeure, the client is not entitled to a refund of the price paid for the license. War, civil unrest, the declaration of a state of emergency, natural disasters and similar situations are considered force majeure. Force majeure is also considered to be a restriction of the provider's activities due to a change in legislation or the termination of the provider by a decision of its founder, unless he provides another way of settling the provider's obligations.

XI. Final Provisions

These terms and conditions are valid and binding for all services provided by the provider under these terms.

Before completing the electronic order, the client has read these terms and conditions, considers all their provisions to be comprehensible, has been sufficiently explained to him and does not deviate seriously and without special reason from the usual conditions negotiated in similar cases. The parties hereby expressly exclude the use of § 1799 and / or § 1800 of the Civil Code.

The Provider is entitled to change the business conditions to a reasonable extent. The provider announces the change of business conditions on its website. After making a change in the business conditions, the client is entitled to reject the change and give the obligation to terminate with a notice period of three months, which begins on the first day of the month following the delivery of the client's notice to the provider. Upon termination of the contractual relationship by termination pursuant to this Article, the client is refunded a proportion of the payment for the license.

These conditions are valid from September 1, 2020.