These General Terms and Conditions for the Provision of Services of the Kniejówka the concept, submitted to the Chamber of Commerce, apply to all services and other forms of work provided by the Kniejówka the concept.


These terms and conditions apply to the (use) of Stanica Hunting Kniejówka. By visiting this Website and/or using the information provided on or through this Website, you represent that you have read and agree to these terms and conditions. Access to this Website by minors requires the consent of legal representatives (such as parents). If you do not agree with one or more of the provisions of these terms and conditions, you should not access this Website and/or use any Information.

About Stanica Lowiecka Kniejówka

This website has been developed by Kniejówka the concept contact: d.kazmierczak@kniejowka.pl The time is reserved for you for the meeting. The visit can be canceled up to 24 hours before the scheduled visit. Otherwise, you will be charged for the time booked.

About the Site

The information applies only to our services as described. The use of the Information is at your own expense and risk. The Site and Information have been compiled with the greatest possible care, but it is possible that not all Information is current, correct and/or complete at any given time. Kniejówka Hunting Station strives to keep this website virus-free and error-free and/or uninterrupted. Do you think there is an inaccuracy on the website? Let us know via d.kazmierczak@kniejowka.pl


The Kniejówka the concept may change the Information, including the provisions of these Regulations, at any time. Such changes will take effect as soon as they are posted on the website. The provisions on “use” apply mutatis mutandis.

Intellectual property

All intellectual property rights in relation to the website and information, including software, texts, images and sounds, are vested solely in Stanica łowiecka Kniejówka or its clients. This means, among other things, that you may not publish, reproduce and/or edit information and/or the website without our prior written consent, even for personal, non-commercial use or to the extent permitted by mandatory law. If you have any doubts about this, you can always contact us at d.kazmierczak@kniejowka.pl. If you provide us with information, for example via e-mail, you grant us the right to publish, reproduce and/or edit this information without the need for additional consent or further compensation.

Limitation of Liability

The Kniejówka the concept is not liable – for any reason – for any form of damage (including property damage, financial loss as a result of material damage and purely financial loss) arising in any way from the website – including the operation and/or use and information – including their use.

Third Party Links

The website may contain links to third party websites. We choose the websites we link to as carefully as possible. However, the Kniejówka the concept cannot guarantee the content and functioning of third party websites.

About you

You agree to use this website in accordance with these terms. Your attitude and behavior must be consistent in all respects with what would be expected of a responsible and prudent Internet user. In particular, you will not perform any activities that could harm the Kniejówka the concept in any way.

Internet communication

It is possible that messages sent by e-mail to the address d.kazmierczak@kniejowka.pl are not secure. The Kniejówka the concept is not responsible for e-mails containing sensitive information or viruses. Kniejówka Hunting Station will delete the email without reviewing it if a virus is identified. If you choose to send e-mails to d.kazmierczak@kniejowka.pl, you accept the risk of interception, misuse and alteration of these messages by third parties. The Kniejówka the concept does not guarantee that e-mails or other electronic messages sent to it will be received and processed in a timely manner and is not responsible for (the consequences of) not receiving and/or processing them or untimely.


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