Joanna Bocianowska, conducting business as Joanna Bocianowska - Notariusz, with the main location of business in Gdynia 81-324, ul. Wolności 7/9, Tax Identification Number (NIP) 5871537852, REGON 360778083 (further referred to as the Notary’s Office)
Purposes of data processing
Performing notarial deeds at the request of the Client.
Legal foundations of data processing
Recipient of data
Entities providing the Administrator with services of accounting, IT and data archiving.
Rights connected with data processing
1. Data administrator
The administrator of Client’s personal data shall be Joanna Bocianowska, conducting business as Joanna Bocianowska - Notariusz, with the main location of business in Gdynia (81-324), ul. Wolności 7/9, Tax Identification Number (NIP) 5871537852, REGON 360778083 (further referred to as the Notary’s Office).
You can contact the Notary’s Office in one of the following ways:
2. Data controller
According to the law, the Notary’s Office is not obliged to appoint the controller. Thus, one has not been appointed.
3. Purposes of data processing
The Notary’s Office shall be processing your personal data to enable you to perform notarial deeds according to the effective regulations.
4. The legal basis of processing your personal data is:
The processing is essential to:
5. The time of data storing
The Notary’s Office shall be storing your data:
6. Data recipients
The Notary’s Office shall give your data to the providers of services connected with processing personal data, e.g. IT services providers or the accountancy office. Such entities process data on the basis of a contract concluded with the Notary’s Office and only according to the Notary’s Office’s instructions.
7. Your rights connected with processing personal data and making automated decisions
You are granted the following rights connected with processing your personal data:
a. The right to access your personal data
b. The right to demand correction of your personal data
c. The right to demand removal of your personal data
d. The right to demand restriction of processing your personal data
e. The right to object to processing your personal data due to your particular situation - when your data is being processed because of legally justified interest of the Notary’s Office
f. The right to move your personal data, that is the right to obtain your personal data from the Notary’s Office in a structured, commonly used digital format possible to be read on a machine. You can send the data to a different administrator yourself or demand the data to be sent to a different administrator.However, the Notary’s Office shall do that only if it is technically possible. The right to move your data applies only to the data processed by the Notary’s Office on the basis of the contract concluded with you or on the basis of your consent.
In order to exercise the above rights, please contact the Notary's Office (contact details in point 1 above).
The right to withdraw consent
Because of the fact that your data is processed on the grounds of legal duties, notarial deed contract or purposes arising from legally justified interest fulfilled by the administrator and not on the basis of your consent, you do not have the right to withdraw consent. Due to a specific nature of notarial deeds, especially those documented by notarial acts, the personal data included in the content of a notarial deed cannot be deleted or updated, and their modification is possible only in the way specified in Notary Public Act. The personal data included in the notarial acts, deeds of succession certification, extract forms, copies and Repertory A cannot be deleted or moved. Objection to data processing can be reported before performing the notarial deed, which shall result in refusal of performing the deed. Objection reported after performing the notarial deed does not have any impact on gathered and registered personal data necessary to perform the deed. In other cases the right to remove data can be exercised when e.g. the data of a natural person will not be necessary any more for the purposes they were gathered. Aso, when a natural person will object to processing one’s personal data or the data will be processed against the law. The data should also be removed if it is required by a legal regulation.
The right to bring a complaint to a regulatory organ
You have a right to bring a complaint to a regulatory organ dealing with protection of personal data, that is Chief Inspector Of Personal Data Protection.
In order to obtain further information please contact us on the phone or personally at the office.
ul. Wolności 7/9
phone: 58 500 83 70
mobile: 509 739 777
Other days/hours available upon request.
The Notary’s Office is located in the immediate vicinity of Gdynia Główna railway station and Warszawska Street.
Due to the effective Regulation of the EU Parliament and the Council of the EU 2016/679 (dated 27.04.2016, binding since 25.05.2018) about the protection of natural persons connected with processing of personal data and free movement of such data, as well as repeal of Directive 95/46/WE (The General Data Protection Regulation) (so called RODO/GDPR), we kindly ask you to read the information available here: Personal data protection.
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