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Terms of use

1. General information | Scope of application

1.1 Code Pirate ("Code Pirate") is a product of Curve UG (haftungsbeschränkt), Graf-Johann-Weg 14, 22459 Hamburg, Germany. The Code Pirate Terms of Use ("Terms") apply to all contracts between Curve UG (haftungsbeschränkt) ("Curve") and customers of Curve / Code Pirate who are consumers within the meaning of Section 13 of the German Civil Code (BGB), i.e. persons who enter into a legal transaction neither for predominantly commercial nor self-employed purposes ("Users") and for whom Code Pirate provides Services (as defined below).

1.2 These Terms apply to all order documents and order transactions conducted online, by email, website or via an app and agreed between Code Pirate and the User ("Order"). These terms and conditions become part of each agreed order.

1.3 These terms and conditions also apply to future contracts between Code Pirate and the User, without the need for a corresponding reference by Code Pirate in each individual case. These Terms shall be deemed to be confirmed by the User at the latest when the User makes use of the Services.

1.4 These Terms shall apply to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions. Deviating, contradictory or supplementary general terms and conditions of the user only become part of an order if Code Pirate has agreed to them in writing.

1.5 Individual agreements with the User in special cases take precedence over these Terms if they have been agreed in writing.

1.6 Insofar as the terms "in writing", "in written form" or similar terms are used in these Terms and Conditions, they refer to the written form within the meaning of § 126 BGB (German Civil Code). The electronic exchange of copies, handwritten signed documents as well as documents with a simple electronic signature (such as by means of DocuSign or Adobe Sign) shall be sufficient in this respect. Unless expressly provided otherwise in these Terms and Conditions, the exchange of simple emails shall not be sufficient.

1.7 All notices and declarations given by the User to Code Pirate, in particular notices of termination and setting of deadlines, shall be given at least in text form within the meaning of § 126b BGB (German Civil Code) (for the avoidance of doubt, a simple email is sufficient), unless otherwise specified in these Terms and Conditions.

1.8 References in these Terms and Conditions to the applicability of statutory provisions are for clarification purposes only. Consequently, the statutory provisions shall apply even if such clarification is not made, unless the statutory provisions are supplemented or expressly excluded in these Terms and Conditions.

2. Free Services and Paid Services | Trial Use

2.1 Under the terms of the relevant Order, Code Pirate grants User access to Code Pirate program learning software offered as software as a service, including all related websites, platforms, services, applications and the respective learning content and features to the extent further specified in the relevant Order ("Services"). The Services may include one or more Code Pirate products, which are described on Code Pirate's website from time to time. According to the Order, the Services are provided free of charge with a limited scope of functions ("Free Services") or against payment of a fee (as defined below) with certain agreed functions ("Paid Services").

2.2 Code Pirate has the right to downgrade, limit or otherwise modify Free Services at any time and without notice. Subject to Section 15, Code Pirate shall have no warranty, indemnity, maintenance or support obligations (as defined below) or availability obligations with respect to Free Services. Free Services do not constitute a guarantee for (future) product features of Paid Services and the User may not make them the basis for orders of Paid Services.

2.3 For a period to be determined by Code Pirate in its sole discretion, Code Pirate may grant User access to Paid Services free of charge or at reduced fees for trial purposes ("Trial Use"). Code Pirate shall have the right to reduce, limit or otherwise modify the Services provided for Trial Use at any time without prior notice. Except as provided in Section 15, Code Pirate shall have no warranty, indemnity, maintenance or support and availability obligations with respect to the Sample Use. Code Pirate has the right to revoke or terminate the Sample Use at any time with immediate effect. The trial use does not constitute a warranty for (future) product features and the User may not use it as a basis for orders of Paid Services. Subject to the terms and conditions agreed upon in the order, the trial use of Services may end and automatically transition to regular Paid Services.

2.4 Code Pirate is entitled to use subcontractors, including external software suppliers, for the performance of its contractual obligations in accordance with the Order.

3. User Account | Completing an Order

3.1 In order to use the Services, the User must create a User Account by accepting these Terms, entering certain personal data and setting a password of his/her choice in a registration form provided online by Code Pirate ("User Account"). After User submits the completed registration form, User will receive a confirmation email from Code Pirate that will allow User to activate his or her User Account. The successful creation of a user account by the User creates a binding contract between Code Pirate and the User, which allows the User to use Free Services.

3.2 If the User wishes to use certain chargeable services, the User must place a corresponding order with Code Pirate via the User Account. Code Pirate's offers of Paid Services are not binding. Orders of the user represent a binding offer for the conclusion of a corresponding contract. By submitting an order, the user makes a binding offer to conclude a contract.

3.3 Code Pirate will not store the text of the contract (these Terms and the respective order) after an order has been placed. The contract text is then no longer accessible to the User.

4. Rights of Use | Restrictions of Use

4.1 Under the terms of each Order, Code Pirate grants the User a non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable, worldwide right to use the Services solely for theUser's private purposes ("License") during the Free Period, the Initial Term and the Extended Term (each as defined below). The Services are provided as currently described on Code Pirate's website and app, including the user on-boarding process (if any) ("Documentation").

4.2 The User shall not (and shall not permit any third party to) directly or indirectly: (a) sublicense, sell, resell, transfer, assign, distribute, share, lease, rent, externally commercially exploit, outsource, use on a timeshare or service bureau basis, or use in an application service provider or managed service provider environment, or otherwise generate revenue from the Services; (b) copy the Services onto a public or distributed network; (c) decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to obtain source code, object code, or underlying structural idea(s), know-how, or algorithm(s), or other functional mechanism(s) of the Services, except as permitted by mandatory law in a particular case; (d) modify, adapt, translate or create derivative works based on the Services in whole or in part (except to the extent permitted by Code Pirate or as authorized by the Services); (e) modify any proprietary rights notices appearing on the Services or any part thereof; (f) use the Services in a manner that violates applicable laws and regulations (including export rules and restrictions, national security controls and regulations) or use outside the scope of the license described in this Section 4; (g) configure the Services to collect the following data: (i) data that is considered sensitive personal data or "special categories of data" within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") or applicable national data protection legislation; (ii) passwords or other authentication data; (iii) payment or other financial data, biometric data or genetic data; or (iv) data relating to an individual who is under the age of sixteen (16) (collectively, "Illicit Data"); or (h) use the Services to (i) store, download or transmit infringing, defamatory or otherwise unlawful or unauthorized material or malicious code or malware; or (ii) engage in phishing, spamming, denial of service attacks or other fraudulent or criminal activity; (iii) interfere with or disrupt the integrity or performance of any third party system or the offerings or data contained therein; (iv) attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Services or Code Pirate's systems or networks; or (v) conduct, or engage any third party to conduct, penetration testing, vulnerability analysis or other security assessments.

4.3 The User may not copy, process, share or publicly reproduce the content of the Services without Code Pirate's written consent, except as expressly permitted by features incorporated into Services.

4.4 The User may not export or re-export, directly or indirectly, any Services or technical data, or any copies, parts or products thereof, in violation of any applicable laws and regulations.

4.5 The User may use the Services only as described in the Documentation.

4.6 Code Pirate may monitor the User's use of the Services and may prohibit and/or suspend any use of the Services if Code Pirate believes that the User is in violation of the provisions of this Section 4.

5. Duties of the User

5.1 The User represents and warrants that the User will use the Services solely in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

5.2 The User is responsible for obtaining and maintaining, at its own expense, technical equipment and related ancillary services necessary to connect to, access or otherwise use the Services, including, without limitation, modems, hardware, servers, software, operating systems and networks (collectively, "Technical Equipment"). Code Pirate's requirements for the Technical Equipment can be viewed in their current version on Code Pirate's website.

5.3 The User is also responsible for the security of the Technical Equipment, its user account, passwords (including, without limitation, its user password) and files, and any use of its user account or Technical Equipment, whether known or unknown to the User. The User shall not disclose any passwords or access codes to any unauthorized third party.

5.4 The User is solely responsible for the content of all data and other material displayed, published, uploaded, stored, exchanged or transmitted by the User through or by means of the Services (collectively, "Content"). Code Pirate is not able to control or ensure the accuracy of any information submitted by the User while using the Services. Code Pirate may - without notice and without liability - investigate complaints or suspected violations of the Order and may take such action as Code Pirate deems appropriate. This includes rejecting Content, removing Content, and restricting, blocking or terminating User's access to the Services.

5.5 The User shall ensure that the information available in his User Account is up-to-date and accurate. In the event of any unauthorized use of a password or account or any other known or suspected breach of security or misuse of the Services, the User shall immediately notify Code Pirate thereof.

6. Maintenance and Support for Paid Services

6.1 Subject to payment of the fees by the User, Code Pirate provides maintenance and support services for Paid Services to the extent resulting from the Order. In this context, "Support" means Code Pirate's obligation to respond to User's legitimate support requests for Paid Services by assisting in the identification of errors and providing support. "Maintenance" means, for Paid Services, Code Pirate's obligation to fix malfunctions and so-called bugs and to provide updates and upgrades, which are published by Code Pirate at its sole discretion.

6.2 Support is available to the User via email at or via any other email address provided by Code Pirate for this purpose and/or via live chat on Code Pirate's website and/or at the telephone number indicated on Code Pirate's website, in any case from Monday to Friday during regular business hours.

6.3 Code Pirate shall use reasonable efforts, consistent with applicable industry standards, to maintain Paid Services in a manner that minimizes disruptions and interruptions to the Services. The User may report malfunctions to Code Pirate via email at or any other email address provided by Code Pirate for this purpose and/or via live chat on Code Pirate's website. Code Pirate will use commercially reasonable efforts to correct all reported faults in a timely manner, provided that (a) User provides Code Pirate with a detailed description of the fault and its reproducibility and (b) this is done depending on the priority of the fault, which is determined by Code Pirate in its sole discretion.

6.4 If Code Pirate's analysis reveals that a Fault reported by the User did not in fact occur or is not attributable to the Chargeable Services, Code Pirate may charge the User for any costs demonstrably incurred by Code Pirate in connection with such analysis.

6.5 The costs for maintenance and support are included in the Fees.

7. Availability of Paid Services

7.1 Subject to the User's payment of the Fees, Code Pirate shall provide the User with Chargeable Services in accordance with the provisions of this Section 7.

7.2 Code Pirate shall use reasonable efforts to ensure that the Paid Services are available to the User via the Internet no less than ninety-nine point five percent (99.5%) of the calendar year (based on twenty-four (24) hours per day and seven (7) days per week), except for (a) temporary unavailability due to scheduled or unscheduled maintenance by Code Pirate or by third party providers, and (b) unavailability for reasons beyond Code Pirate's control. Code Pirate will use reasonable efforts to provide advance notice of any scheduled interruptions to the Services.

7.3 The User is aware and the User acknowledges that user-side access to the Paid Services, such as internet access by User, cannot be guaranteed by Code Pirate, and that Code Pirate is not liable for any failure of the internet connection or of the User's technical devices and equipment.

8. Fees | Payment Terms

8.1 The User shall pay to Code Pirate the fees for Paid Services (the "Fees") agreed in the Order.

8.2 Code Pirate reserves the right to change the Fees with effect for the subsequent Extended Term, at least sixty (60) days prior to the expiry of the Initial Term or the end of the then current Extended Term.

8.3 The User shall use one of the payment methods offered on Code Pirate's website to pay the Fees.

8.4 Code Pirate will usually send invoices electronically. In this case, payment must be received by Code Pirate within thirty (30) days from the date of the invoice.

8.5 Code Pirate is entitled to block User's access to the Services by notice in text form (a simple email is sufficient) in accordance with Section 320 of the German Civil Code (BGB) if payments are not received by Code Pirate within fourteen (14) days after their due date.

8.6 The User is only entitled to set off its own claims against claims of Code Pirate if its claims (a) have been legally established; (b) are undisputed; or (c) have been acknowledged by Code Pirate.

9. Duration | Cancellation

9.1 The term of an Order shall commence at the time designated therein.

9.2 Any order for Free Services shall remain in force indefinitely unless terminated in accordance with the order ("Free Period"). Code Pirate or the User may terminate an order for Free Services at any time with immediate effect.

9.3 Any order for Paid Services shall remain in effect for the duration of the initial term set forth therein ("Initial Term"). The Initial Term shall automatically and continuously renew for an additional period (each an "Extended Term") unless Code Pirate or the User gives forty-eight (48) hours' notice to cancel an order for Paid Services, effective at the end of the then-current Term. The User is not entitled to terminate an order for Paid Services with effect prior to the expiry of the Initial Term or the relevant Extended Term.

9.4 The right of the parties to extraordinary termination of the order for good cause shall remain unaffected. Such good cause shall exist in particular if (a) one of the Parties materially breaches an order and such breach is not cured within thirty (30) days after receipt of a written notice (a simple email is sufficient) of such breach; (b) the User is in default of payment for more than forty-five (45) days; (c) the User breaches the restrictions on use pursuant to Section 4; or (d) the User ceases to make payments due or there is a material deterioration in the User's financial situation.

10. Limited Warranty for Paid Services

10.1 It is the User's responsibility to verify that the Services, as described in the Documentation, meet its needs and desires. The User is aware of the essential functions and features of the Services. The scope, type and quality of the Services are determined by these Terms, the Order and the Documentation. No other information or terms shall become part of the Order unless expressly agreed to in writing by the User and Code Pirate, or unless expressly confirmed in writing by Code Pirate. Product descriptions, illustrations, test programs, etc. are not warranties or agreements as to quality. The provision of a warranty is only effective if confirmed in writing by Code Pirate's management.

10.2 Code Pirate warrants that the Paid Services have the essential functions described in the current documentation of the respective version of the Paid Services. In the event of a breach of this warranty, Code Pirate is obliged to use commercially reasonable efforts to adapt the Chargeable Services so that they substantially comply with the Documentation. If Code Pirate is unable to substantially restore such function within thirty (30) days after written notice of the breach, the User shall be entitled to terminate the Order by written notice and receive a pro rata refund of any fees paid by User in advance, if any, for unused access to Paid Services. User may exercise the foregoing rights only if User notifies Code Pirate of such violations in writing and has installed and configured the Paid Services in accordance with the Documentation. Code Pirate's strict liability for the existence of initial defects according to § 536a BGB is excluded. Claims for damages by the User based on a breach of this warranty are subject to the limitations set forth in Section 15.

10.3 The User is under no circumstances entitled to obtain the source code of the Services.

11. Ownership | User Data | Update

11.1 Code Pirate and Code Pirate's contractors, if any, are and shall remain the owner of all proprietary rights, including copyrights, database rights, patents, trade secrets, trademarks and all other intellectual property rights and technical solutions in and relating to the Services, in particular the Teaching Content and didactic methods. The User acknowledges that the rights granted after an order do not provide the User with any ownership rights in the Services.

11.2 All rights to the User Data and all Content, as well as to data based on or derived from the User Data or Content, shall remain with the User. The User grants Code Pirate a non-exclusive, non-transferable, sub-licensable (right of use), unrestricted in terms of space and content, to use the User Data and Content exclusively in connection with the provision of the Services. Code Pirate is not liable for the User Data or Content.

11.3 Code Pirate reserves the right to make new versions and updates of the Services, in particular changes to the design, operational procedure, technical specifications, systems and other functions of the Services, at any time and without prior notice.

12. Data Privacy

12.1 The User and Code Pirate will at all times comply with the requirements of applicable data protection law, in particular the GDPR.

12.2 The processing of personal data by Code Pirate is explained in more detail in Code Pirate's Privacy Policy, which can be accessed here.

13. Indemnification Obligation

13.1 Without prejudice to User's other contractual or legal liability, the User shall defend, indemnify and hold Code Pirate and any Code Pirate Affiliates, Code Pirate's employees and subcontractors, and Code Pirate's suppliers and distributors harmless, at the User's expense, from and against any third party claim to the extent that such claim arises out of or is asserted in connection with the User's use of the Services in violation of Section 4 or otherwise. The User shall pay in full any and all costs and damages determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be legally adverse to Code Pirate as a result of any such claim. An "Affiliate" is any entity that Code Pirate directly or indirectly controls, that is controlled by, or that is under direct or indirect common control with Code Pirate, or that is a wholly owned subsidiary of Code Pirate, where "control" means direct or indirect ownership of at least fifty-one percent (51%) of the stock or beneficial interest in an entity.

13.2 In connection with any claim for indemnification under this Section 13, Code Pirate shall promptly notify the User of any third party claim on the basis of which Code Pirate believes it is entitled to seek indemnification from User. Code Pirate's failure to provide such information shall not relieve the User of its obligations under this Section 13, unless the failure to provide such information materially impairs the User's legal defense against such claim. Code Pirate may, at its own expense and discretion, assist in the legal defense, but it is the User's responsibility to take appropriate steps to defend itself and to conduct any settlement negotiations. Any settlement that would legally bind Code Pirate shall not become effective until Code Pirate has consented to it in writing; such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed by Code Pirate.

13.3 Code Pirate will, at its own expense, defend the User against (or, at Code Pirate's option, settle comparatively) any third party claim to the extent that, in connection with such claim, the Services are alleged to infringe or misappropriate any patent, copyright, trademark or trade secret of any third party. Code Pirate will pay all the costs and damages finally awarded by a court of competent jurisdiction as a result of such claim to the detriment of the User. To the extent that use of the Services is, or in Code Pirate's sole discretion may become, the subject of such a claim, Code Pirate may, at its option and expense, (a) replace the relevant Services with functionally equivalent technology that does not infringe any rights; (b) obtain a right for User to continue to use the relevant Service; or (c) immediately terminate the Order, in whole or in part, and refund fees on a pro rata basis (from the effective date of termination) that may have been paid in advance for the relevant Services. This obligation of Code Pirate does not apply: (i) if the Services have been modified by the User or by a third party within the User's responsibility; (ii) if the Services have been combined with other products, applications or processes not provided by Code Pirate, if the alleged infringement has been caused by such combination; or (iii) in case of unauthorized use of the Services. This Section 13.3 conclusively governs the User's rights with respect to claims based on infringement of third party intellectual property rights and trade secrets.

14. Limitation of Liability

14.1 Code Pirate is liable without limitation for (a) injury to life, body or health by Code Pirate, Code Pirate's legal representatives or vicarious agents; (b) damage caused intentionally or by gross negligence by Code Pirate, Code Pirate's legal representatives or vicarious agents; (c) damage due to the absence of a guaranteed quality; and (d) claims under the Product Liability Act (ProdHaftG).

14.2 Code Pirate is liable for damages resulting from the breach of cardinal obligations by Code Pirate, Code Pirate's legal representatives or vicarious agents. Cardinal obligations are obligations, the fulfillment of which makes the proper execution of the order possible in the first place and on the compliance with which the user regularly relies and may rely. If the breach of cardinal obligations is caused by slight negligence of Code Pirate, Code Pirate's legal representatives or vicarious agents, Code Pirate's liability is limited to the amount that was foreseeable for Code Pirate at the time of the provision of the respective service.

14.3 Subject to the provisions in clauses 14.1 and 14.2, Code Pirate is not liable for damages arising from the breach of obligations that do not constitute cardinal obligations and that were caused by slight negligence on the part of Code Pirate, Code Pirate's legal representative or vicarious agents.

14.4 Code Pirate is not liable for any loss, damage or harm suffered by the User caused directly or indirectly by the User's unauthorized use of the Services for the processing of Unauthorized Data.

14.5 Code Pirate shall be liable for any loss of data only up to an amount that covers the typical costs of recovery that would have been incurred if the User had made proper and regular backups.

14.6 Subject to clause 14.1, Code Pirate's liability for damages arising out of or in connection with any Order, whether in contract, tort or otherwise, shall be limited to an amount equal to one hundred and fifty percent (140%) of the total charges under the affected Order.

14.7 Code Pirate does not claim that the User will achieve any particular programming learning progress or programming learning success through use of the Services.

14.8 Any liability of Code Pirate beyond the cases regulated in this clause 14 is excluded.

15. Cancellation Policy │ Consent to Immediate Execution of Contract

15.1 The user is entitled to the following right of revocation:


Cancellation policy

Right of revocation


You have the right to cancel this contract within fourteen (14) days without giving any reason. 


The revocation period is fourteen (14) days from the day of the conclusion of the contract. To exercise your right of withdrawal, you must contact us, Curve UG (haftungsbeschränkt) (registered office: Graf-Johann-Weg 14

22459 Hamburg, Germany; e-mail address: by means of a clear declaration (e.g. a letter or e-mail sent by post) about your decision to revoke this contract. For this purpose, you can use the sample that is available here, but you do not have to do so. 


To comply with the cancellation period, it is sufficient that you send the notification of the exercise of the right of cancellation before the expiry of the cancellation period. 


Consequences of the revocation 


If you revoke this contract, we will reimburse you all payments we have received from you, including delivery costs (with the exception of additional costs resulting from the fact that you have chosen a type of delivery other than the cheapest standard delivery offered by us), without undue delay and no later than within fourteen (14) days from the day on which we received the notification of your revocation of this contract. For this repayment, we will use the same means of payment that you used for the original transaction, unless expressly agreed otherwise with you; in no case will you be charged for this repayment.


End of the cancellation policy



15.2 The User expressly agrees that Code Pirate may commence performance of the Agreement prior to the expiration of the revocation period set forth in Section 15.1. The User acknowledges that by this consent the User loses the right to revoke the contract as soon as Code Pirate has started the execution of the contract. If the User nevertheless revokes a contract for Services, the User is obliged to reimburse Code Pirate for the value of the Services provided until the revocation becomes effective.

16. IT-Security

16.1 The User warrants that user IDs and passwords, which the User receives together with his registration for the Services, are stored, kept and used in a secure manner and that third parties do not have access to them and consequently cannot use them. The User shall be liable for any unauthorized use of the Services.

16.2 If there is any suspicion that an unauthorized person has obtained knowledge of a User ID and/or password of the User, the User is obliged to inform Code Pirate immediately and furthermore to change the User ID and/or password in question.

16.3 The User shall be liable for any loss or damage suffered by Code Pirate as a result of the User intentionally or negligently disclosing a User ID/Password to any third party, or as a result of a User ID/Password becoming known to an unauthorized party, unless the User notifies Code Pirate immediately if the User suspects that such an event may have occurred.

16.4 Code Pirate shall take reasonable steps to ensure that the security of the Services meets market industry standards.

17. Transfer | Novation | Prohibition of Assignment

17.1 Code Pirate is entitled to transfer an Order and/or related rights in whole or in part to third parties, provided that such transfer does not affect the User's rights under the Order.

17.2 Upon Code Pirate's request, the User shall promptly enter into a novation agreement for each Order with a third party to enable Code Pirate to exercise its rights under Clause 17.1.

17.3 The User may not assign its rights or obligations under an Order and these Terms without Code Pirate's prior written consent.

18. Complete Agreement | Severability Clause | Amendments | Updates

18.1 An Order including these Terms constitutes the entire agreement between the User and Code Pirate with respect to its subject matter and supersedes and excludes all prior written or oral negotiations, arrangements, understandings, exercises or agreements between the parties with respect to the subject matter of the Agreement.

18.2 If any provision of an Order, including these Terms, is or becomes invalid or void, in whole or in part, the validity of the remaining provisions shall not be affected. In this case, the invalid or void provision shall be replaced by a provision which comes as close as possible to what the parties would have agreed in a legally permissible manner according to the sense and purpose of the original provision and the order if they had recognized the invalidity or voidness of the original provision. If the ineffectiveness or invalidity of a provision is based on a measure of performance or time (deadline or date) specified therein, it shall be replaced by a provision with a legally permissible scope that comes closest to the original scope. The foregoing shall also apply to any loophole in the order including these terms and conditions not intended by the parties. It is the express intention of the parties that this severability clause does not result in a mere reversal of the burden of proof, but that Section 139 of the German Civil Code is waived in its entirety.

18.3 Changes or additions to an order must be made in writing (the exchange of simple e-mails is sufficient). The same applies to agreements to deviate from this written form requirement or to waive it completely.

18.4 Code Pirate may amend and/or update these terms and conditions with effect for the future if this is necessary for technical, economic or legal reasons. Any amendment to these Terms will be announced to the User in text form (a simple email is sufficient) at least six (6) weeks before its intended effective date. The User may agree or object to the amendment before the date of its intended entry into force. The amendment shall be deemed accepted by the User if the User does not object to the amendment before the day of its intended effective date. Code Pirate will expressly inform the User of this in the relevant announcement.

19. Applicable Law | Consumer Arbitration Board

19.1 Each order and all (contractual or non-contractual) disputes or claims arising out of or in connection with the order or its subject or its conclusion are subject to the mandatory laws of the state in which the user has his or her habitual residence (i.e., those provisions of the law of this state from which one cannot deviate by agreement). Otherwise, the law of the Federal Republic of Germany applies. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) does not apply.

19.2 Code Pirate is not obligated and not willing to participate in a dispute resolution procedure before the arbitration board of the European Commission or another consumer arbitration board.


Curve UG (haftungsbeschränkt)

District court Hamburg, Caffamacherreihe 20, 20354 Hamburg, Deutschland, HRB 158165


Terms of Use last updated: January 2022

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