Advance information for distance selling consumers of attorney services provided by Properta Attorneys Ltd
1. The Service Provider
Properta Attorneys Ltd (hereinafter referred to as Properta)
Unioninkatu 7 B 17, FI-00130 Helsinki, Finland
Tel. +358 10 274 0190, fax +358 10 752 1101
Properta is a limited company entered in the trade register at the Finnish National Board of Patents and Registration. The Finnish business ID of the firm is 2798639-1 and its value-added tax ID number is FI27986391.
The Attorneys-at-Law of Properta are entered in the list of Attorneys-at-Law maintained by the Finnish Bar Association. The supervising authority for the work of Attorneys-at-Law is the Finnish Bar Association of PO Box 194 (Simonkatu 12 B 16), FI-00101 Helsinki, tel. +358 9 686 6120, fax +358 9 686 61299, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Cancellation and duration of assignment
A consumer client of Properta shall be entitled to cancel an assignment by notifying this cancellation within fourteen (14) days of the date on which Properta confirmed the assignment.
A client seeking to cancel an assignment shall notify Properta of this cancellation using the cancellation form downloadable here or otherwise in writing.
Working on the assignment shall commence only after expiry of the foregoing cancellation period unless the client asks Properta to begin working on the assignment at an earlier time by e-mail or in some other verifiable manner. If the client has asked Properta to begin working on the assignment, the client shall pay reasonable compensation to Properta for the work done up to the time of submitting the cancellation notice. The right of cancellation shall nevertheless no longer apply if Properta has already completed the assignment in full.
An assignment relationship shall end without special notice of termination when both the client and Properta have wholly discharged their obligations under the assignment. The client shall also be entitled to terminate a Properta assignment with immediate effect at any time and without notifying any grounds for doing so.