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RODO information clause

  1. The administrator of the personal data is the Court Bailiff at the District Court Łódź- Widzew in Łódź Kamil Pietrasik, whose office is located in Łódź at ul. Dabrowskiego 17A.
  2. The Judicial Officer at the District Court Łódź- Widzew in Łódź Kamil Pietrasik has appointed a Data Protection Inspector, who is Violetta Matusiak. The Data Protection Officer can be contacted by sending an email to: or by regular mail to: Sua Sponte sp. z o. o. , 90-215 Lodz, ul. 1905 Revolution. 49a.
  3. The personal data was obtained in the performance of the statutory tasks imposed on the Judicial Officer, as well as in connection with the execution of concluded contracts and ongoing correspondence with the local. The Firm. The processed personal data were made available to the Judicial Officer, in connection with the cases conducted in the Office, both by the data subjects and by third parties, in particular, creditors, public administration bodies, offices, banks, as well as other institutions and persons requested to provide information necessary for the proper conduct of enforcement proceedings, the execution of a security order or European Account Preservation Order, and the performance of other activities falling within the scope of the judicial officer’s statutory tasks, in particular, concerning assets and enabling the identification of assets. Processed personal data may also be obtained from publicly available sources such as. CEIDG, KRS.
  4. Personal data is processed for the proper conduct of enforcement, security proceedings and other activities, the performance of which is a legal obligation of the administrator (Article 6(1)(c) and (e) of the DPA) arising from the Law of March 22, 2018. On judicial officers (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 771).
  5. In accordance with the relevant laws and in order to fulfill the obligations imposed by them, the bailiff may transfer personal data in the course of the proceedings to the parties and other participants in the proceedings, offices and/or institutions, as well as other entities, if it is expedient and/or required by the relevant laws.
  6. Personal data will not be transferred outside the European Economic Area.
  7. The data is kept for a period of time under the provisions of the Decree of the Minister of Justice dated December 14, 2018. On the storage and destruction of judicial officer case files and closed record devices, as well as reporting and accounting regulations.
  8. All persons whose personal data are processed in matters relating to the activities undertaken at the tut. The law firm in ongoing proceedings and other statutory tasks of the bailiff does not have the right to erasure, objection and data transfer. The right of access to personal data is exercised on the basis of the principles set forth in Art. 9 of the Law of November 17, 1964. – Code of Civil Procedure, hereinafter referred to as the “Code of Civil Procedure.” Rectification of personal data and the right to restrict processing is exercised only on the basis and to the extent specified in the Code of Civil Procedure. In the case of obtaining personal data not from the data subject, the Bailiff is entitled to an exemption from the obligation to provide information under Art. 14 RODO to a person whose data he obtained otherwise than from that person. The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint in connection with the processing of personal data with the district court under which the judicial officer operates. The possibility of filing a complaint applies to actions performed in the context of ongoing proceedings or enforcement actions.
  9. Provision of personal data to the judicial officer, who is the Personal Data Administrator, is mandatory, follows from the legal grounds cited above, and is necessary to carry out the statutory tasks of the Judicial Officer.
  10. Personal data of parties and participants in enforcement proceedings are not processed by automated means.