Unless the context requires otherwise, the capitalised terms utilised as a part of these terms and conditions (“T&C”) will have the implications indicated below:
“Agreement” shall mean an understanding/Power of Attorney between the Client and Right Claims that is finished up after acknowledgment of T&C by the Client, which is signed by electronic means given in Right Claims's website as well as the application. In the event that that the transfer of the Client's rights is not accepted, the Agreement is consequently considered as the Client's communicated and unavoidable authorisation solely for Right Claims or somebody Right Claims designates to bargain for the Client's benefit, for all reasons identified with the Claim including court litigation and gathering of payments.
“Claim” implies any claim against a carrier for money related remuneration in accordance with Flight Compensation Regulation.
“Client” means any natural or legal individual that has accepted the T&C and is looking for Flight Compensation with the assistance of Right Claims. To avoid uncertainty, if there should arise an occurrence of a legal individual, the legal individual itself instead of its representative might be considered as the Client and should expect all rights and commitments given in the Agreement including the Flight Compensation.
“Flight Compensation” implies aggregate sum of cash paid by a carrier in connection to a Claim as remuneration, settlement, gesture of goodwill or otherwise, to the Client or Right Claims after the Client has accepted T&C. To avoid any doubt, Flight Compensation do exclude any payment of attorney's court fees, collection cost, interest or comparable; those payments shall belong solely Right Claims.
“Electronic Identification Regulation” refers to the European Parliament and of the Council's Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 of of 23 July 2014. This regulation deals with electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and has repealed Directive 1999/93/EC.
“Flight Compensation Regulation” refers to the European Parliament and of the Council's Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 of 11 February 2004. This regulation establishes common guidelines on reimbursement and support to passengers in the event of refusal of boarding and of cancellation or long delay of flights, and repealed Regulation (EEC) No 295/91.
“Privacy and Data Protection Requirements” will refer to all the applicable laws and regulations related to the processing of personal data and privacy. These may include where applicable the guidance and codes of practice (if any) issued by the relevant supervisory authorities, and the equivalent of any of the foregoing in any relevant jurisdiction (whether obligatory or not).
“Proceedings” will refer to a procedure when Right Claims fills the Claim with a court, ADR, aviation regulatory agencies, consumer protection agencies and/or governmental body or handing over the Claim to contracted legal agent, for example, a lawyer or law firm. The above mentioned definitions should be utilised after finishing up and executing any document or transaction associated with T&C.