Terms and condition

I. The operator

1.1. The Sacre Coeur building (hereafter simply referred to as the SC) is operated via its authorised employees and external employees (hereafter simply referred to as the Operator), registered office: Holečkova 31, 150 00, Prague 5, authorised manager:  Eva Kopecká.

II. The introductory provisions

2.1. These Operating Regulations define some of the rules of conduct applying to Visitors to the SC. The Operating Regulations do not alter the obligations of any Visitors to the SC arising from the generally binding legal regulations or any legal documents or acts issued on their basis, good manners, the rules of politeness and reasonable behaviour, as well as the obligations based on the Operator’s organisational instructions.

2.2. Every Visitor is obliged to behave in a manner which ensures that there is no threat to the life, health, property, rights or justified interests of the visitor in question or any other individual or to good manners, the rules of politeness and reasonable behaviour, public order or morality and so that he or she does not interrupt or bother any of the other Visitors.

III. Operating and visiting instructions

Entry to the building/exclusion from the building:

3.1. Upon entering the SC building, the individual in question will become a Visitor.

3.2. There is no legal entitlement to enter the SC or to remain there, even in the case where the entrance to the SC is subject to the payment of an entry fee.

3.3. If the entrance to the SC is subject to an entry fee, said entrance will only be possible after the payment of said designated entry fee. The Operator will provide the Visitor with an entrance ticket upon payment of the entry fee. The ticket will be non-transferable and it will authorise the Visitor to a single entrance into the SC (the ticket will become void, if the Visitor leaves the SC for any reason). The payment of the entry fee is non-refundable.

3.4. The Visitor is obliged to substantiate the payment of the entry fee at any time, including repeatedly, by showing the valid entrance ticket upon being requested to do so. If the Visitor refuses to show a valid entrance ticket or if the Visitor has given his or her ticket to a different person, the Operator will be authorised to exclude said Visitor from the SC.

3.5. If the Operator refuses to allow a Visitor to remain in the SC for any of the reasons set out in these Operating Regulation or on the basis of a breach of these Operating Regulations, the Visitor will not be entitled to a refund or to compensation for the entry fee.

3.6. Within the framework of the maintenance of safety, order and the protection of property, the Visitors to the SC are obliged to respect the Operating Regulations and to obey the instructions of the individuals designated by the Operator to be in charge of supervising the maintenance of order and the adherence to these Operating Regulations. This authorisation also applies to the members of the Czech Police Force within the framework of their legal jurisdiction. A Visitor may be expelled from the SC by the Operator in the case of a breach of the Operating Regulations and said Visitor’s behaviour may also constitute the subject of offence proceedings or the subject of an investigation by the Czech Police Force depending on the circumstances.

3.7. Every Visitor is obliged to produce the contents of his or her pockets or bag upon being requested to do so on grounds of security. If a Visitor refuses to do so, he or she will be refused entry.

3.8. The Operator is authorised to request a Visitor to the SC to undergo an inspection at any time, including repeatedly, especially for the purposes of protecting the life, health and property of the Visitor or any other individual, the rights and justified interests of the Visitor or any other individual and public order and morality, as well as ensuring the adherence to the generally binding legal regulations or any legal documents or acts issued on their basis, good manners, the rules of politeness and reasonable behaviour, these Operating Regulations or the Operator’s organisational instructions.

3.9. The Operator is authorised to refuse to admit to the SC any intoxicated individuals, individuals under the influence of addictive substances or aggressive individuals endangering the safety or property within the premises of the SC.

3.10. The Operator is authorised to refuse to admit to the SC any individuals who are unsuitably attired and to do so at its discretion, i.e. individuals with dirty, ripped or malodorous clothing or clothing such as track pants, shell pants, camouflage clothing, overalls and other types of work clothing and so on.

3.11. A Visitor may not bring any hazardous items into the SC, such as guns, ammunition, munitions or any part thereof, non-lethal weapons (defensive sprays, electric paralysers, Tasers and so on), thrusting, cutting or striking weapons or any part thereof, pyrotechnics, pressure vessels, sprays, hypodermic needles and so on. These items will be confiscated at the entrance by the Operator, placed in a safe and returned upon exiting. If a Visitor refuses to hand over any such items for safekeeping during the period of the visit to the building, he or she will be refused entry to the SC.

3.12. Visitors may not bring any narcotic or psychotropic substances (i.e. drugs) or any other substances which are harmful or constitute a threat to life or health (for example, poisons, flammable substances, caustic substances, volatile substances, corrosive or dying substances), including substances of an unknown nature, into the SC.

3.13. Visitors may not bring their own refreshments into the SC, i.e. soft drinks, alcoholic beverages or food. Any such refreshments will be confiscated at the entrance by the Operator and disposed of.

3.14. The Operator reserves the right to refuse to readmit any individuals to the club who have already left the club in order to ensure that there is no breach of Act no. 258/2000 Coll. governing the protection of public health and the changes to some associated Acts.

3.15. The following is also strictly forbidden in the SC:

  • handling an open flame, 
  • the use of any narcotic substances or any other toxic substances,
  • the use of inline skates, skateboards, scooters and so on,
  • bringing animals into the SC
  • handling the loose furniture and fittings in the SC (with the exception of the chairs),
  • damaging the fittings in the SC, including writing, carving or painting on the fittings
  • any intervention in the electrical equipment and distribution systems 

3.16. Every Visitor enters the SC at his or her own responsibility and risk. The Operator is only liable for any damage to health or property which has been caused by deliberate or grossly negligent behaviour on the part of its employees or any other individuals in similar relations to it.

3.17. Visitors are recommended to place their coats, jackets and bags, including plastic shopping bags and so on, in the cloakroom for safety reasons.

3.18. The Operator is not liable for the contents of the pockets and bags placed in the cloakroom.

3.19. The Operator is not liable for any items left within the SC. The Operator is not liable for any damage to or the theft of the Visitors’ private items.

3.20. Items placed in the cloakroom, for which a Visitor is unable to produce a cloakroom chit, will only been issued to the Visitor after he or she has described said item in detail and once the event has fully finished.

3.21. Any items left/forgotten in the cloakroom after the completion of operations will be issued against the cloakroom chit within a deadline of one calendar week. After that, they will be destroyed.

3.22. The Visitor is obliged to compensate the SC Operator for any damage or losses which have been caused by said Visitor. The compensation for all damages caused by the Visitor will be collected in accordance with the appropriate legal regulations.

3.23. The Visitor is obliged to immediately report any injuries or damage to property to the SC Operator.

3.24. The Operator is authorised to conclude the operation of the club earlier than at the stated time, if there is the threat of the occurrence of serious damage to the areas in which the SC is located or to its equipment or if any such damage has already occurred. Serious damage is understood to mean damage, the estimated amount of which comes to at least 10,000 CZK or if a serious criminal offence occurs (especially in the case of a fight or bodily harm).

3.25. If the operations of the SC are prematurely concluded, the Visitor will not be entitled to a refund or to compensation for the entry fee. The Operator reserves the right to change these Operating Regulations.