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​P.P. Architects s.r.o., Slovinská 693/29, 612 00 Brno, Czech Republic, ID: 27689778, TIN: CZ27689778, registered at the Regional Court in Brno, Section C, Insert 52322. Trade license registration date: 29 May 2006

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​The company P.P. Architects s.r.o., ID: 27689778, TIN: CZ27689778, is registered at the Regional Court in Brno, Section C, Insert 52322. Trade license registration date: 29 May 2006
For the avoidance of doubt, the sender of the e-mail states that this e-mail does not constitute an offer to conclude an agreement or a contract within the meaning of Section 1731 of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., Civil Code. If this e-mail contains attached files which are contracts, contract amendments, agreements, etc. by their nature, it only constitutes a basis for negotiating their content. P.P. Architects s.r.o. stipulates that any contract, agreement or amendments thereto shall be made in writing only, with the handwritten signatures of all parties appearing on the same document. A contract signed with an advanced electronic signature by all parties to the contract, pursuant to Act No. 227/2000 Coll., on electronic signatures, is also considered a contract concluded in writing. If this e-mail contains, in any form, the essential elements of a contract of any type (hereinafter referred to as a "Contract"), the sender of this e-mail informs to the recipient that:
(i) it is only interested in being bound by the Contract if it is concluded in writing as a single document containing the signatures of all parties to the Contract,
(ii) the acceptance of the offer to conclude the Contract is precluded by the recipient's reply with an amendment or a variation within the meaning of § 1740(3) of the Civil Code, whether or not it materially alters the terms of the offer to conclude the Contract,
(iii) the sender is only interested in concluding the Contract if the parties agree on all the terms of the Contract as set out in this e-mail, whether or not they are essential.