Terms & Conditions for “Didier Dietschi: Tooth Wear” Event
Terms and Conditions for the onsite event “Didier Dietschi: Tooth Wear”
1. Event and organizers
The “Didier Dietschi: Tooth Wear” is an event on esthetic dentistry, taking place on February 19, 2022 in Tallinn, Republic of Estonia.
Dental Education OÜ
Sillamäe, Mere pst 2-5
Republic of Estonia
Harju maakond, Tallinn, Kesklinna linnaosa, Veskiposti tn 2-1002 10138
Republic of Estonia
Dental Education OÜ and Dentoki OÜ are hereby known as “the organizers” unless mentioned otherwise.
The participation fee will be billed and Invoiced by Dental Education OÜ.
“We”, “us” or “our” refers to the companies-organizers Dental Education OÜ and Dentoki OÜ.
In order to be accepted as a visitor to “Didier Dietschi: Tooth Wear”, applicants must have completed a valid registration. The visitor can register online by completing the registration form on the fienta.com website (registration and ticketing agent). Registration must be received by Dental Education OÜ by February 15, 2022, at 11 p.m.
The registration applies to the event period specified on the registration form. Submitting a registration form does not entitle the applicant to be accepted as a visitor automatically.
The organizers shall not be liable for any consequences or damages resulting (either directly or indirectly) from incorrect, misleading, imprecise or incomplete information either contained in the registration form or based on any other details furnished by the visitor.
The organizers reserve the right not to consider registration forms that have not been completed adequately or fully or that were submitted later than the date specified.
For online registrations, the visitor will receive an electronic confirmation of receipt.
Acceptance as a visitor is issued in the form of an automatic email confirmation. This constitutes a legally binding Contract of Participation between the visitor and the organizers. The Contract of Participation is valid for the period of time and person specified only.
3. Terms of payment
In return for the right to participate in the event, the visitor shall pay a fee to the organizers. The prices applying to the event are specified on the “Didier Dietschi: Tooth Wear” page on this website.
Objections to payments must be made in writing within 14 days of receipt. The invoiced sum may not be offset against non-recognized claims against the organizers.
Visitor confirmation (Contract of Participation) is subject to full settlement of all outstanding and payable claims of the organizers.
In the event of insolvency proceedings relating to the visitor or inability to pay on the part of the visitor during the period covered by the contract, the visitor shall inform the organizers immediately.
The organizers are entitled to give notice of termination of the Contract of Participation, by registered mail sent to the last known address of the visitor, without observing the periods specified for notice and irrespective of the continued liability of the visitor.
4. Transfers & refunds
4.1.Tickets are non-refundable and shall only be refundable at our discretion.
4.2.Tickets may not be copied, reproduced, resold, used for another event, or transferred to another person (without prior approval and solely at our discretion).
5. Cancellation or alternation by the organizers
5.1. We may need to cancel or alter the Event schedule, venue and specifications based on factors beyond our control and/or for the safety of Attendees. In the event that such alteration is required, we shall use reasonable endeavours to allow the Event to continue at an alternate venue or to an alternate schedule. However, if no viable alteration is possible, it may become necessary to cancel the Event. We shall not be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement or otherwise liable to you for any such cancellation or postponement, or any failure or delay in performing our obligations under this Agreement for commercial reasons (including but not limited to, an event of force majeure where such event though not directly affecting the Event, may have an adverse effect on the commercial success of the Event).
5.2.We shall give written notice to you of a decision to cancel or postpone the Event as soon as reasonably practicable, and upon receipt of such notice:
5.2.1.in the case of cancellation of the Event
a. where you specifically ordered and paid for participation to “Didier Dietschi: Tooth Wear”, you shall be entitled to apply your fee to another event organized by our companies, provided that the date of such event is less than eighteen (18) months from the date of such cancellation;
5.2.2.in the case of postponement of the Event:
a. where the new Event date is less than eighteen (18) months away from the original Event date, you shall be deemed to have accepted the new Event date and may not terminate this Agreement or elect to apply your fee to another of our events;
b. where the new Event date is more than eighteen (18) months, but less than twenty four (24) months away from the original Event Date, elect to apply your fee (whether or not paid to us) to another of our events, provided that the date of such event is not greater than twenty four (24) months from the date of postponement.
c. where the new Event date is more than twenty four (24) months from the original Event date, terminate this Agreement.
5.3.Where you elect to terminate the Agreement in accordance with the rights granted in clause 5.2, we reserve the right to refuse any refund, in our sole discretion, and in any event any refund to you shall be reduced by the reasonable expenses already incurred by us.
5.4.We shall not be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement or otherwise liable to you for any failure or delay in performing our obligations under this Agreement as a result of an event or series of connected events outside our reasonable control (including, without limitation, acts of God, floods, lightning, storm, fire, explosion, war, military operations, acts or threats of terrorism, strike action, lock-outs or other industrial action or a pandemic, epidemic or other widespread illness).
5.5.We may change or modify these Terms and Conditions from time to time with or without notice to Purchasers or Attendees. Updated Terms and Conditions will be published on our website.
6. Event access authorization
The organizers are entitled to carry out appropriate checks, including checks on persons and their luggage, at the entrance and to refuse entry to visitors who are not in keeping with the purpose of the event.
The organizers may charge each visitor the standard event fee of €500 in case the visitor does not hold a valid and personalized guest pass.
7. Visual and sound recordings
Making visual and sound recordings of any kind (including sketches) of the presentations and hands-on sessions is prohibited.
In the event of violations, the organizers are entitled to confiscate and store sketches and exposed/recorded material at the visitor’s expense.
Activities of the media – such as radio, television, film, daily and trade press – for the purpose of press coverage are not affected by this provision.
The speaker is, however, entitled to make visual and sound recordings of his own presentation. The organizers have authorized photographers who can be identified by their official identity cards and are authorized to take photographs of the presentation.
The organizers and their subsidiary companies are entitled to make, or to have made on their behalf, visual and sound recordings, as well as sketches of presentations or individual exhibits, for the purposes of documentation or for their own publications. This also applies to any persons included in such recordings, including visitors.
8. Exclusion of liability
The organizers make every effort to keep the information on their website up to date, but accept no liability whatsoever for the content provided.
The organizers are not obligated to monitor third-party information provided or stored on their website. They have no influence whatsoever on the information on these websites and accept no guaranty for its correctness. The content of such third-party sites is the responsibility of the respective owners/providers. However, the organizers shall promptly remove any content upon becoming aware that it violates the law. The organizers’ liability in such an instance shall commence at the time they become aware of the respective violation.
During the event, the organizers are not liable for any damage, in particular the following:
Damage to property or financial losses.
Damage caused by fire, water, explosion, violent attacks, storms or other instances of force majeure.
Damage caused by theft, burglary, breakdown of supply services, such as electricity, gas, and water.
Damage caused by the general public (in particular, by visitors to the event, other speakers, persons acting on their behalf or employees of the organizers).
Damage caused as a result of erroneous data given and measures taken by the organizers, its employees and those acting on its behalf. Excepted from the exclusion of liability detailed above are property damages and injuries to life, body or health caused by the organizers due to intent or gross negligence. In the event of slight negligence, the organizers are only liable for breaches of major contractual obligations (cardinal obligations) or injuries to life, body or health.
Insofar as the organizers are also liable for slight negligence, such liability is limited to €10,000.00. In such cases, liability for indirect damages and non-typical consequential damages is excluded.
The organizers must be notified of any damage immediately.
Safety regulations, accident prevention, participant’s obligation to ensure public safety and other statutory and official regulations:
Speakers and visitors undertake to observe all statutory, official and other accident prevention regulations, including those issued by the occupational accident insurance authorities, and any other safety directives during set-up and dismantling work and for the duration of the event.
Members of the police, fire brigade, rescue services, trade supervisory office, building supervisory board, regulatory agencies and representatives of the organizers must be given access to any speaker and visitor at all times. Their instructions are to be obeyed.
The organizers are entitled to check at any time that safety regulations are being observed.
At any time, the organizers may stop the operation of machines, appliances or other such systems and prohibit renewed operation if it considers this to constitute an anger or if other speakers or visitors are disturbed or inconvenienced by them. The decision of the organizers is final.
All event visitors and speakers should observe instructions and directives given on the basis of public emergency.
All event visitors and speakers are responsible for observing all regulations concerning food processing and distribution, as well as veterinary matters. This also applies to samples distributed free of charge.
Distribution of drinks and food by event visitors and speakers against payment is not permitted.
The organizers do not bear the risk of insurance. It is recommended that all event visitors and speakers take out adequate insurance coverage.
10. Enforcement of claims
All claims by event visitors and speakers must be made to the organizers in writing no later than 14 days following the end of the event; claims made at a later date will not be considered and will lapse (preclusive period).
11. Place of performance and jurisdiction, Estonian law
The content and works provided on the “Didier Dietschi: Tooth Wear” event webpage are governed by the copyright laws of Republic of Estonia. Duplication, processing, distribution, or any form of commercialization of such material beyond the scope of the copyright law shall require the prior written consent of its respective author or creator.
The contracting parties expressly agree to Tallinn, Republic of Estonia, as the sole place of jurisdiction for all claims and legal disputes arising from this contract, to the extent that said parties are merchants, legal bodies under public law or special funds under public law. The same applies if one of the contracting parties has no general place of jurisdiction in Republic of Estonia.
The court of jurisdiction shall also be Tallinn, Republic of Estonia, in the case of disputed dunning procedures. Once the dunning procedure takes the form of legal proceedings and the competent court of law at the debtor’s general place of jurisdiction officially accepts the case, application is to be made for transfer to the competent court of law Tallinn, Republic of Estonia.
Furthermore, each contracting party is entitled to proceed against the other.
Should individual provisions of this agreement be or become invalid, the validity of the remaining provisions shall not be affected. In such a case, both contracting parties undertake to replace any invalid provision with a valid provision that most closely achieves the commercial purpose intended by the invalid provision.
12. Acknowledgement and components of the contract, termination without notice if obligations are breached
Both contracting parties acknowledge the General Terms and Conditions as being integral parts of the Contract of Participation, which are legally binding for both parties. By submitting their legally binding registration form, all event visitors declare this contract as being irrevocable both for themselves and for their employees and those acting on their behalf.
In addition, any special conditions or individual regulations shall become part of the contract insofar as they have been conveyed by the organizers in good time to the visitor or speaker for his or her information.
The organizers reserve the right to modify or supplement the conditions or to waive them in exceptional circumstances; such alterations need to be made in written form. Verbal arrangements must be confirmed in writing by the organizers before they can be considered valid.
Violations of the terms agreed in the Contract of Participation constitute breaches of obligations as defined by law. In the event of serious breaches of obligations, the organizers are entitled to pronounce and implement immediate exclusion from the event. This also includes termination of the Contract of Participation by the organizers without notice. Any special regulations contained in the various individual conditions remain unaffected.
13. FORCE MAJEURE
13.1 We shall not be in breach of these Terms and Conditions if we do not provide any services or the Event due to the following circumstances:
13.1.1 Industrial action by the staff of one of our suppliers;
13.1.2 Fire, lightning, explosion, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, extreme weather conditions, storm, flood, burst pipes, earthquake, terrorism and the Venue being damaged or destroyed; or
13.1.3 Breakdown of machinery, or any failure to supply the Venue with gas, electricity, water and so on, outside of our control.
13.2 In the event of any such event described in clause 13.1, we will use reasonable endeavours to allow the Event to continue, but may be required to cancel the Event (as described above), particularly if the health and safety of Attendees may be at risk.
The information on this website and in event-related materials is correct at the time of providing, however, the organizers reserve the right to change the information where necessary without notice.
Last Updated: November 12, 2021