TERMS OF REGISTRATION

Terms of registration The Good Gap

The portal thegood-gap.com is operated by:

TUTnet gemeinnützige UG (haftungsbeschränkt)

Helene Weber Weg 1, 

D-97980 Bad Mergentheim

-hereafter TUTnet-

Contact

Phone: +491632341645

E-Mail: info@thegoodgap.de

Website: thegood-gap.com

 

Participation requirements:

Tutors should be at least 16 years old.

Tutees should be at least 12 years old. Between the ages of 6 and 16, the consent of the parent/guardian is required for participation. The guardian(s) will receive a consent form at the email address provided, which must be confirmed by them.

Mentors must be at least 18 years old.

Mentees must be at least 18 years old. Between the ages of 6 and 18, the consent of the legal guardian(s) is required for participation. The legal guardian(s) will receive a declaration of consent at the e-mail address provided, which must be confirmed by them.

The information provided in the registration form must be truthful. If it turns out that untrue information was provided during registration, TUTnet is entitled to block the participant's access to the portal and to remove him/her from the program.

 

Rules of conduct

Anyone who participates in this program, whether as a mentor/tutor, mentee or tutee, is subject to the rules of conduct of polite and respectful interaction with each other. In particular, no sexist, racist, discriminatory, exclusionary or otherwise inappropriate remarks will be tolerated. In such cases, TUTnet reserves the right to block access to the portal and to remove the participants from the program.

Liability TUTnet

TUTnet cannot be held responsible for incorrect information in the registrations. TUTnet assumes no liability for the fact that the mediated contact fits.

TUTnet accepts no liability for the possible misuse of information by participants in the program. It is possible that participants use the program in an inadmissible or illegal way despite the prohibition. TUTnet is not liable for the misuse of information provided by the participants themselves.

TUTnet does not guarantee that a suitable contact can be found between tutor*in/tutee or mentor*in/mentee. There is no claim to the mediation of a contact.

 

Duties of the participants

The participant is solely responsible for the information given about him/herself in the registration form and in any other way. The participant assures that the data given is true.

The participant assures that participation in the program is for private purposes only and that entrusted data will not be used for commercial or other advertising purposes.

The participant is obliged to treat all data and information received, in particular e-mails and other messages, confidentially and not to make them accessible to third parties without the consent of their author or without good cause. This also applies to any personal data of other participants.

 

Each participant commits himself/herself in particular:

- Not to distribute any immoral, obscene, pornographic and/or right-wing/left-wing radical content;

- Not to disseminate defamatory, offensive or otherwise illegal content;

- Not to threaten, harass or infringe the rights of others.

- Not to send messages that have a commercial purpose.

 

In the event of a breach of the aforementioned obligations, TUTnet reserves the right to remove the participant from the program and, if necessary, to involve the criminal prosecution authorities.

Termination

The participant may request to terminate his/her participation at any time. The easiest way to do this is to send an e-mail to the following address: thegoodgap@gmail.com.

After receipt of the e-mail, the participant's data will be removed from the program and will no longer be passed on.

 

Final clauses

Should individual clauses of these registration conditions be or become invalid, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining clauses. The same applies to loopholes.

These Terms and Conditions of Registration and the entire legal relationship between the participants and TUTnet are subject to German law, excluding the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.

 

Status May 2021