Information for the Clients of Agnieszka Gajos Notary’s Office in Tychy
1. The notary public has received your information which constitutes personal data. The data will be used only for the purpose of notarial actions performed upon your request. The notary public will also use the data in fulfilment of the obligations resulting from separate provisions related to the notarial actions (e.g. collection of court fees and taxes).
2. The activities of a notary public are undertaken on the basis of legal provisions imposing obligations related to the performed function and tasks (meeting the requirements of Article 6 Clauses 1b) and 1e) and Article 9 Clauses 2g), 2f) and 2j) of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/69 - GDPR).
3. The detailed scope of a notary public’s duties is defined by the generally applicable provisions of law, particular by the Notary Public Act of February 11, 1991 (Journal of Laws of 2019, item 540) and the Act of March 1, 2018 on counteracting money laundering and financing of terrorism (Journal of Laws of 2018, Item 723).
4. While fulfilling the statutory obligations, the notary public will transfer your personal data to public authorities (e.g. courts and tax authorities, to the General Inspector of Financial Information).
5. A notary public is legally obliged to store your personal data for a period of 10 years after completion of the notarial action in relation to which the data were provided to the notary public.
6. The information constituting your personal data is used by the notary public in connection with the existing statutory requirements. This means that you are required to provide personal data necessary for the proper (lawful) performance of notarial actions. The refusal to provide this information to the notary public shall make it impossible to perform notarial actions.
7. Pursuant to applicable provisions of law, you have the right to access your personal data. You are also entitled to request the data rectification or erasure, as long as it is provided for by the provisions of the Notary Public Act.