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Flat 609/11
109,7 m²
Flat 609/12
107,6 m²



Privacy Policy

Please read how we handle the personal information you provide to us.

Who works with your data and how you can contact us

The data controller is In.Spira Arte s.r.o., ID: 17116295, registered office Milínská 193, Příbram III, 261 01 Příbram (We). You can contact us at our registered office or by email

Why we work with your data
We work with your personal data for the purpose of negotiating a contract and, if a contract is concluded, for the performance of the contract, the fulfilment of legal obligations (for example, accounting) and the pursuit of our legitimate interests consisting in particular in the establishment, exercise and proof of legal claims and the defence of legal claims. In this case, we may also process your personal data in order to pursue our legitimate interest in offering our products and services. We also store identification data, in particular your IP address, in order to pursue our legitimate interest in protecting you from cyber-attacks. The legal basis for the processing of your personal data here is the pursuit of our legitimate interest.

How long we will work with the data
If you contact us as a representative of a potential client, we will work with your personal data for 90 days to negotiate a contract. In the event that a contract is concluded, we will work with your data for the duration of the contract and for the time necessary to exercise any claims under such contract, generally for three years after its termination.

What data we process about you
If you are a prospective customer for our services, we process your personal data in order to make you an offer of services. If you are already our client/customer, we process your personal data in order to manage the contractual relationship we have or have had with you. In either case, we may also use your personal data for marketing and commercial purposes (sending you commercial communications, reporting on the use of our services, etc.). These purposes and the rules we apply to them are set out below.

How we process your data
We process your data manually and automatically, in particular in contract and server records.

To whom we may pass your data
We may pass your data to processors who provide us with IT, marketing and other support services. Your data will only be handled in the EU where data protection is ensured.

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What are your rights
Data protection legislation guarantees you various rights in the area of data protection: To the extent that the data protection regulations – in particular the GDPR – guarantee you this, you can request access to your personal data (i.e. information about which of your specific data we work with and how we work with it), limit the processing of your data (i.e. we will not delete the data but we will not work with it yet) and correct and delete it (always if the legal conditions for this are met), you can object to the processing and you can exercise your right to data portability. To exercise any of these rights, please contact us using the contact details above – the easiest way is to email us at and we will be happy to help you exercise your rights. If you believe that we are breaking the law by processing your personal data, you can lodge a complaint with the national supervisory authority (For the Czech Republic