Opti.Space Documents


The general terms and conditions of the Opti.Space website have been compiled in accordance with the relevant legislation and in accordance with the international codes for e-commerce.

The Opti.Space website, available at the direct web link (website), is managed by Opti.Space, spletne storitve doo, Mesarska cesta 22, 1000 Ljubljana, registration number: 8425795000, VAT ID: 88192458, which is an information company and at the same time a service provider in connection with the website (hereinafter: “we”, “Opti.Space”). Opti.Space is also the owner and operator of the websites available at and

The General Terms and Conditions govern the business relationship between Opti.Space and Owners, between Opti.Space and Clients, and between Opti.Space and End Users (Clients, Owners and End Users together “Users”) when using the services provided by Opti.Space through the website.

Opti.Space reserves the right to change the general terms and conditions, including changes in the prices of services. Any changes to the General Terms and Conditions will be published on the website and will take effect at the time of publication or later, after the expiration of a certain period, if so stated. It is the obligation of each User to find out through the website whether there have been changes to the general terms and conditions and what these changes are. Opti.Space will ensure that the notice of changes to the general terms and conditions is clearly visible on the website.

Agreeing to these general terms and conditions in full is a condition that you can use the services provided by Opti.Space through the website. If you do not agree to these general terms and conditions, you are obliged to stop using our services immediately. The same applies in the event that you do not agree to subsequent changes to the General Terms and Conditions.

Last update: July 2020

Company’s name:Opti.Space, spletne storitve
Registered address:Mesarska cesta 22, 1000 Ljubljana
Telephone number:00386 41 317 215
Tax number:88192458
Register number:8425795000
Entry in the court register:30.04.2019
Bank Account:SI56 3400 0101 9568 722
Managing Director:Sabina Veronika Golob

Opti.Space is an information company that provides a digital online marketplace service (see below point ii. Service). The umbrella law for the operation of Opti.Space is the Slovenian Information Security Act (ZinfV).

Opti.Space is not:

  • real estate or any other intermediary regulated by any of the sectoral laws (eg Slovenian Real Estate Business Act or the Insurance Act);
  • regulated financial institution (eg. payment service provider, venture fund, etc.).

Availability of information

Opti.Space undertakes to provide the User with the following information at all times:

  • company identity (name and registered office, register number),
  • contact details that enable the User to communicate quickly and efficiently (e-mail, telephone),
  • the essential elements of the service description,
  • conditions for the execution of the service,
  • all costs must be clearly and unambiguously identified and it must be made clear whether they already include taxes and any other costs,
  • method and deadline for payment,
  • time validity of the offer (if limited),
  • the period within which it is still possible to cancel the booking and the conditions for canceling the booking; in addition, the costs of canceling a booking,
  • an explanation of the complaint procedure, including any details of the contact person or customer service.



Only a legal entity or an individual with the status of an sole entrepreneur can act as a provider of Business Premises on the website.

The bidder may be the owner of the Business Premises. In the event that he is not the owner, he must provide all the necessary permits and consents that the Business Premises can offer through the website.

The Owner creates a list of Business Premises (one or more) on the website, within its user account, which it is ready to lease to the Clients and receive payment from the Client. The number of Business Premises that the Owner may offer through the website is not limited.

The type of Business Premises according to the purpose of use is determined by Opti.Space. The same applies to other criteria regarding Business Premises (eg location, required infrastructure, required equipment, etc.).

Opti.Space or persons related to it may also act as a Owner of business premises on the website.


The Client may become acquainted with the offer of Business Premises of one or more Owners via the website and make a booking with the Owner via the website, in direct contact with the Owner.

The Client may be the end user of the Owner’s business premises. However, the Client may use the business premises of the Owner to perform its services offered to other persons (customers or “End Users”).

The website enables functionality, using which the Client provides its End Users with information on the location of business premises, access, hours of the Client’s service and enables the export of this information to the electronic calendar (eg Google Calendar) of the End User. The use of this functionality by the Client is at his complete discretion (optional).


The End User is the Client’s customer. The End User uses the services offered by the Client in the Owner’s premises.

The website provides the Customer with certain functionalities, which are described in the previous point (For the Client).


Opti.Space is not a party to the legal and business relationship entered into by the Owner and the Client through the website, nor is it a party to the legal and business relationship between the Client and the End User. Opti.Space, in relation to Users, offers only an online platform (online marketplace), which enables the conclusion of business and legal relations between Users (eg concluding a lease agreement for Business Premises). As an online marketplace, Opti.Space connects supply and demand when renting Business Premises (services offered by Opti.Space through the website). These are different types of business premises and different lease durations.

In this way, Opti.Space offers information company services (online platforms), not real estate lease brokerage services.

An information company service is a service that is provided for a fee, remotely (without the personal presence of customers), electronically (via a website) and is fully transmitted, received and sent by electronic means (definition under the Information Security Act – ZinfV) .

The Opti.Space service in relation to Users essentially refers to ensuring the operation of the website and ensuring the functionality of the website, which enables the conclusion of legal and business relations between Owners and Clients.

Opti.Space provides Users with access to the Website and the services that the Website provides during the operation of the Website.

Limitation of liability for breaches

In the event that the Client and the Owner enter into a legal and business relationship through the website (eg a contract on the use or lease of space), Opti.Space is in no case liable for obligations under this contract, as agreed by the parties to the contract, nor has any rights deriving from the contract. Opti.Space’s liability for breaches of contractual terms concluded between the Client and the Owner is completely excluded. None of the parties to the legal and business relationship has the option of claiming recourse against Opti.Space.

The same exclusion of Opti.Space’s liability applies in the case of a concluded legal and business relationship between the Client and the End User.

Liability of Opti.Space is also completely excluded in the event that a third party files a claim for damages against the Owner or any other claim for compensation for material or non-material damage as a result of unauthorized rental of the Business Premises.

Limitation of liability for the damages:

As defined in the previous paragraph, Opti.Space is completely excluded from liability for breaches of obligations of the Users under the contract concluded between them, Opti.Space is completely excluded from liability for any damage that would occur to the Owner, Client or End User as a result of a legal and business relationship.

Other relevant Opti.Space’s documents:

  • Price list for the services: the costs of services for the use of the Opti.Space online platform and other conditions for charging them are set out in the Price List of Services..
  • Cancelation policy: the method of cancellation of the booking of the Business Premises and the related costs.
  • Privacy policy: the manner of collecting and processing personal data of Users and the rights of Users they have under this title.
  • Cookies policy: the method of use and the types of cookies used by Opti.Space when the Users visit the website.


The Owner can be any legal entity that is the owner of commercial real estate, which is the subject of the offer on the website, or has right of disposal of this real estate (“Business Premises”) by renting it out or using it.

The Owner may also offer Business Premises on the websites of other online platforms that provide the same or similar services as those provided by Opti.Space.

Obligations, commitments and statements of the Owner:

  • compliance with agreements with Opti.Space: the Owner undertakes to comply with all agreements concluded with Opti.Space.
  • integrity of the user account: the Owner undertakes to take all necessary measures to ensure that only the Owner’s legal representative or another person has access to the user account (see point v. Users) based on the authorization of the Owner’s legal representative, to establish business relationship on the Owner’s behalf.
  • legal right of disposal: the Owner declares that it has all the necessary consents for offering the Business Premises through the website and that by offering the Business Premises he does not violate any valid legal agreements with third parties.
  • suitability of the Business Premises: the Owner undertakes to offer through the Website only Business Premises that are suitable for use, from the point of view of ensuring the safe use of the space, orderliness and appropriate equipment of the space. The Owner also ensures that the space is free of hidden defects that could in any way endanger the Client or the End User during the use of the business premises.
  • display of the actual condition of the Business Premises: the Owner undertakes to publish information on the Business Premises (visually or descriptively) on the website, which reflects the actual condition of the Business Premises.
  • intellectual property rights: the Owner undertakes that the user content (see vii. Intellectual property rights) is the property of the Owner and that by publishing the content on the website it does not infringe any intellectual rights of third parties.
  • readiness of the business premises: the Owner undertakes that in case of confirmation of the booking by the Client, the Business Premises will be prepared in the manner and time as agreed in the contract between the Owner and the Client.
  • publication of customer ratings or opinions: the Owner agrees to the publication of Clients’ and End Users’ ratings and opinions regarding the Business Premises, which Opti.Space may publish on the website.
  • price determination: the Owner is exclusively responsible for determining the rental price of the Business Premises. The price published on the website is considered as a valid price. The Owner may change the price at will, without retroactive effect:
    • a change in the price for hourly bookings will not affect the amount charged for hourly bookings that have already been confirmed, even if such a booking has not yet started;
    • changes in the price for monthly bookings will not affect the amount charged during the period of bookings for monthly bookings.
  • obligation to pay for Opti.Space services: the Owner undertakes to settle all financial obligations to Opti.Space in a timely manner.
  • obligation to pay other obligations: the Owner undertakes to pay all taxes and other duties that would arise to the Owner from the lease of the Business Premises using the services of the website. Opti.Space’s liability for these financial obligations of the Owner is completely excluded.

Minimum contractual standards to be included in the lease agreement concluded between the Owner and the Client:

  • provision of alternative space: if before or during the lease of the Business Premises it turns out that the Owner for various reasons cannot provide the Client with normal or timely use of the Business Premises, the Owner must immediately provide the Client with a replacement space. Such space must have same or similar characteristics as the reserved Business Premises.
  • house rules and other rules: the Owner must acquaint the Client with the rules of use of the Business Premises in an appropriate, clear and understandable manner. The Client must confirm his understanding of the Owner’s house rules and accept these rules. Everyone to whom the Client allows the use of the Business Premises is obliged to respect the rules of use of the Business Premises. In the event that the damage is caused by a person other than the Client, this does not exclude the Client’s liability to the Owner.
  • description of the Owner’s equipment and infrastructure: the Owner must be clearly informed which equipment and infrastructure of the Owner is available to him during the use of the Business Premises and to what extent.
  • intended use of the Business Premises: the permissible purpose of the use of the Business Premises must be known to the Client before concluding the lease agreement.
  • termination of the contract: the reasons for terminating the contract by the Client or the Owner, must be clearly stated. Similarly, other effects that occur in the event of early termination of the contract (eg regarding payment) must be clearly wirtten.
  • definition of costs: the costs that the Client will incur in connection with the use of the Business Premises must be clearly recorded and communicated to the Client in an appropriate manner. Hidden costs for the Client are prohibited.
  • sub-lease: if the Owner allows the Client to sublease the business premises, the conditions of the sublease (acceptable activities, the Client’s responsibility for the End User’s actions) must be clearly defined.

Charging rental price:

In accordance with the Opti.Space policy, the Owner has three options for charging the costs of renting the Business Premises:

1. The Owner charges the Client for the service at the end of the month (in this case the Owner is obliged to charge and arrange payment of the Client for the services, as well as payment for Opti.Space services) after receiving the service bill on the 1st day of the month for the previous month.

2. The Owner charges the Service to the Client at the end of the month, Opti.Space for the Owner (for an Owner’s account) charges the first of the month the costs defined under points b and c in the next paragraph, for the previous month.

3. The Owner within the user account selects the setting of real-time payment of bookings for an individual location and Opti.Space collects the following payments for the Owner (for an Owner’s account):

  1. for hourly bookings, prices for hourly bookings that have been (i) completed or (ii) canceled but not reimbursed in accordance with the cancellation policy,
  1. for daily bookings, prices for daily bookings that have been (i) completed or (ii) canceled but not reimbursed in accordance with the cancellation policy,
  2. for monthly provisions, prices for monthly provisions that have been (i) initiated, (ii) renewed or (iii) canceled but the costs have not been reimbursed in accordance with the cancellation policy.

The Owner has the option within the user account in the settings of an individual location to set the way in which the costs of processing the booking are charged to the Client.

Immediate billing and payment of bookings at an individual location:

Opti.Space will return to the User the difference between collected payments and charged payments for Opti.Space services within 8 days of receipt of payment by the Client after the service (booking), except for monthly bookings that begin or renew on the first day of the month.

Monthly bookings starting or renewed on the first day of the month:

Opti.Space will pay the Owner the amount within 15 days after the beginning of the month for the current month or in accordance with the payment received from the Client.

Monthly billing and payment of bookings at an individual location:

On the 1st day of the month for the previous month, Opti.Space will charge the Client the total amount of bookings made for the previous month and return the difference to the Buyer between collected payments and charged payments for Opti.Space services within 8 days after payment received by the Client, except for bookings that start or renew on the first day of the month.

For monthly bookings that start or renew on the first day of the month, Opti.Space will pay the Owner the amount within 15 days after the start of the month for the current month or in accordance with the payment received from the Client.

Contact and payment information:

Owner is:

  • exclusively responsible for providing accurate contact and payment information related to the Owner’s user account;
  • obliged to keep complete and accurate records on the use of the Business Premises and the payment of the Client;
  • Opti.Space reserves the right to:
    • audit of the Owner’s records from the previous paragraph;
    • suspension of payment, if Opti.Space requests from the Owner the provision of tax or other information, but the Owner does not provide this information without justification
    • reduce the payment to the Owner in case Opti.Space incurs costs as a result of incorrect payment (bank) information of the Owner.

Cost of Opti.Space services:

For any bookings (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly) booked through the website, the Owner agrees to pay the cost of the service in the amount and in the manner specified in the Price List – packages.

The Owner is obliged to issue an invoice to the Client for the entire gross amount of the booking.

The Owner and Opti.Space settle their obligations and receivables from the booking of Business Premises through the website with mutual netting on the basis of which Opti.Space transfers the difference to the Owner.

In the event when the Owner collects the payments of the Client, he is obliged to pay for Opti.Space services within 8 days of the invoice being issued.

The monthly subscription for the Opti.Space package is paid on the 1st of the month for the current month, the remaining amounts related to turnover are paid after the invoice and invoices are issued by the 5th day of the month with a maturity of 15 days.

The Owner agrees that Opti.Space accepts payments from Clients as an agent for accepting Clients payments (payments for an Owner’s account) and that Opti.Space’s obligation to pay the amount to the Owner is dependent and conditional on the successful receipt of related payments from the Client.

Opti.Space does not guarantee payments to the Owner for amounts not received by Opti.Space in full from the Client.


The Client may be any legal or natural person who concludes or may enter into a business and legal relationship with the Owner regarding the lease of Business Premises and who contacts the Owner through the Services accessible on the website.

In the event that the Client is a natural person, the Client must be at least 18 years old and have legal capacity to enter business relationship.

Obligations, commitments and statements of the Client:

  • total cost of renting the Business Premises: The Client confirms the understanding that the cost of processing the booking can be additionally added to the price of renting the Business Premises. The amount of this cost depends on the payment service provider.
  • awareness and acceptance of obligations: the Client confirms the understanding of his obligations towards Opti.Space and to the Owner and at the same time confirms that he accepts these obligations.
  • acceptability of the service: the Client undertakes to use the business premises of the Owner in accordance with and for the purpose as agreed with the Owner.

Charging for the lease:

When booking the premises, the Client agrees to pay the price for the use of the Business Premises, as specified in the offer for the Business Premises and based on the booking (per hour, week, day or month).

The price of the hourly booking service is the price per hour of booking, the price of the daily booking service is the price on the day of booking, and the price of the monthly booking service is the price for the calendar month of booking.

Hourly bookings are bookings lasting up to 24 hours, including all bookings for the whole day if a booking is selected via the Book an Hour option. The same applies to recurring bookings that are repeated several times at the same dates.

The price of the service will be charged to the Client as follows: Opti.Space will request the Client’s credit card or PayPal account information and billing address or other payment information, and Opti.Space will process the payment as payment in the name and for the Owner’s account. In the case of monthly billing by the Owner, the Client pays the cost of the service directly to the Owner.

The Owner is obliged to issue an invoice for the full amount of the service.

In accordance with the options for charging for Opti.Space services, it acts as an authorized agent for collecting payments for the Owner, and the payment is considered to be made directly to the Owner.

The amount and time of payments for the price of the service processed by Opti.Space on behalf of the Owner are based on the booking made. For bookings by hours or days made under the Opti.Space option, Opti.Space will process payments at the time of booking. When booking by hours or days, the Client will pay the price of the service for the total number of booked hours or days, including taxes specified in the offer for Business Premises (payment by hourly or daily booking).

Monthly bookings must last at least one calendar month. For monthly bookings, Opti.Space will process the initial payment for such bookings immediately after the Client confirms his booking in the online service. For monthly bookings, the initial payment will be equal to the price of the service for the entire calendar month of the booking and all applicable taxes.


The discount or promotional code, which can be published on the website of an individual Owner or in other forms of messages, provides the Client with special benefits in the cost of renting Business Premises and can be used within the period specified on the website by an individual Owner.

Cancelation costs :

Any booking of business premises canceled by the Client is treated in accordance with the provisions applicable to cancellation in the Opti.Space Cancellation Policy.

  1. USERS

Obligations, commitments and statements of the Users (Clients and Owners):

  • establishment of a user account: a precondition for using the services on the website and for concluding a legal and business relationship between the Client and the Owner regarding the lease or other use of the Business Premises is that the Client and the Owner create their own user account on the website. Within the user account Opti.Space provides various functionalities tailored to each type of user.
  • provision of correct, up-to-date data and information: when using the services offered on the website, the User undertakes to provide correct, accurate data. In the event of a change in the data, the User undertakes to update the data in a timely manner;
  • account security protection: each User assumes all responsibility for the security of his user account. It is the duty of each User to provide appropriate measures (operational, technological) that prevent unauthorized access to the user account;
  • providing information to Opti.Space: the User undertakes to provide Opti.Space with all information necessary for the provision of services via the website upon request, if Opti.Space justifiably proves that it needs this information.
  • legal status of Opti.Space: the User confirms the understanding of the legal status of Opti.Space in a way that Opti.Space acts as an information company (online marketplace) and not as a real estate or other intermediary.
  • legal relationship: the User confirms the understanding of the parties to the business relationship when renting the Business Premises, in such a way that the only parties to the legal relationship are the Client and the Owner. Opti.Space is not a party to a legal relationship.
  • giving an opinion, assessment: the User’s user account allows the User, after the termination of the contractual relationship (lease), to give an assessment or opinion regarding the counterparty:
    • Client for the Owner;
    • Owner for the Client;
    • End User for the Client.

Opti.Space reserves the right to publish on the website the opinions of the Clients regarding the Owners and the opinions of the End Users regarding the Clients.

  • familiarity with other Opti.Space documents: the User confirms that he has become acquainted with other Opti.Space documents (eg the price list of services) before using the services on the website and that he accepts the conditions in these documents.
  • commitments regarding the use of the website: the User undertakes that when using the website he will:
    • refrain from using an automated script to gather information or otherwise interact with the service;
    • refrain from using manual or automated software, devices, scripts, robots, side gates or other means or processes or “web spiders”, “web worms” to access web pages or other services contained in the Opti.Space service;
    • refrain from misrepresenting a person or entity, or misrepresenting or misrepresenting belonging to a person or entity, including giving the impression that content uploaded, posted, downloaded, distributed or otherwise made available by the User originates from Opti.Space;
    • refrain from uploading, publishing, transmitting, distributing or otherwise unauthorized or unauthorized advertising of promotional material, “spam”, “chain letters”, “pyramid system” or any other prohibited form of solicitation;
    • not to upload, publish, transmit, distribute, store or otherwise publicly post third party private information on the website, including addresses, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, VAT numbers and credit card numbers;
    • not to interfere with or damage Opti.Space with viruses, automatic deletion of messages, Trojan horses, malicious code, backfilling with pings, disabling the service, side ports, forging data packets or forging IP addresses, forged diversion information, or forged sender’s e-mail addresses or similar methods or technologies;
    • not to intimidate or harass another User or to promote sexual material, violence or racial, sexual, religious discrimination, discrimination based on nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age;
    • not to upload, publish, transmit, distribute or otherwise make available material that infringes the copyrights, trademarks or other intellectual property rights of a third party;
    • not to upload, publish, transmit, distribute or otherwise make available material that is defamatory, obscene, offensive, hostile or incendiary;
    • not to upload, publish, transmit, distribute or otherwise make available material that constitutes, promotes or instructs a criminal offense;
    • not to use or attempt to use another account, service or system without the permission of Opti.Space or to create false identities when using the services;
    • not to use the services in a way that could create a conflict of interest or undermine the quality of the service by exchanging / trading service ratings with other users or writing or encouraging false service ratings;
    • not to use the Services in a manner that violates any law or otherwise engages in illegal activities in connection with your use of the Service;
    • not to upload, publish, transmit, distribute, store or otherwise provide answers, comments, opinions, analyzes or recommendations for which it is not authorized or qualified to provide, and
    • not to upload, publish, transmit, distribute, store or otherwise make available content that is at Opti.Space’s sole discretion, that restricts or prevents a third party from using the Website or that may cause damage or liability to Opti. Space or its Users.

– out-of-court settlement of the dispute: in the event of any dispute between the User and Opti.Space, the User undertakes to first try to resolve the dispute out of court. If this proves unsuccessful, the court in Ljubljana is competent to resolve the dispute.

Closing user account

The user may close the user account on the website at any time by sending Opti.Space a termination notice in accordance with the instructions available within the user account.

The Owner is obliged to fulfill the existing bookings that have already been concluded in full.

Opti.Space may prevent you from accessing, using or participating in the Service, including any content therein, at any time after termination of your User Account.

Opti.Space will remove the Owner’s profile from the website upon termination of the account and will stop displaying the contents of the profile.


Costs charged by Opti.Space

Opti.Space charges a fee for the services it offers through the website. The costs are described in more detail in the Price List of Services.

Opti.Space may also charge Users for the costs of other providers (eg costs of payment service providers) if these costs are related to Opti.Space services. The user must be informed of the costs in advance and agree with them.

Opti.Space reserves the right to:

  • discretion regarding Users: Opti.Space reserves the right, without any explanation, to prohibit the User from using the services through the website or to partially restrict the services or not to allow him to create a user account on the website.
  • discretion regarding Business Premises: Opti.Space determines at its own discretion what types of real estate can be offered for rent through the website. The same applies to the setting of other minimum standards for Business Premises, in particular standards that prescribe the required characteristics regarding the equipment of the Business Premises, the infrastructure in the building or its surroundings, access to the Business Premises and others. Opti.Space reserves the right to change the conditions regarding the acceptability of the Business Premises.
  • discretion regarding the permanent or temporary closure of the user account: Opti.Space may at any time temporarily or permanently restrict the User’s access to the user account if Opti.Space has reasonable reasons for such a decision.
  • discretion regarding the inspection of the Business Premises: Opti.Space reserves the right and the Owner must allow him to perform a physical inspection of the Business Premises. Opti.Space must announce such a tour at least 24 hours before the intended tour.
  • discretion regarding the use of the obtained ratings of the Users: Opti.Space reserves the right to freely dispose of the obtained ratings and opinions of the Users for its internal needs. Based on these ratings, Opti.Space may make certain business decisions regarding individual Users.
  • discretion regarding the Services and the Website: Opti.Space may change the Services offered through the Website at any time. Opti.Space can also change the content of the website in any way.

Liability and limitation of liability for the Opti.Space:

  • relationship with Opti.Space: the User confirms the understanding that Opti.Space, in concluding a business and legal relationship between the Owner and the Client and between the Client and the End User, does not act as a real estate agent, but as an information company offering digital services (digital market);
  • operation of the website: Opti.Space undertakes to the best of its ability to ensure the undisturbed operation of the website, which can be accessed via a computer or mobile devices. In the event of damage to the Owner due to the non-functioning of the website, Opti.Space shall not be liable for such damage. In the event that the User causes damage to the software or hardware due to the use of the website, Opti.Space shall not be liable for such damage. Opti.Space will do everything in its power to ensure a safe visit to the site, to detect errors in a timely manner and to eliminate them in a way that will not cause harm to Users.
  • User eligibility checking: Opti.Space has no obligation to verify the suitability of Users, but may do so at its own discretion. Opti.Space assumes no responsibility for non-eligible Users. It is the duty of each User to check the suitability of the counterparty before concluding a business and legal relationship;
  • checking the suitability of the Business Premises: Opti.Space has no obligation to check the suitability of the premises, but may do so at its own discretion. Opti.Space assumes no responsibility for unsuitable Business Premises. The Client has the duty to check the Business Premises before concluding a business and legal relationship with the Owner;
  • prohibition of Owners’ discrimination: Opti.Space treats all Owners under the same conditions. In the event that Opti.Space offers its Business Premises on the website, Opti.Space is subject to the same conditions as other Owners.
  • infringement of intellectual property rights: in the event that the User violates the intellectual rights of third parties by publishing content on the website, in such a case any liability of Opti.Space is excluded.
  • checking the legal compliance and content of contracts between Users: Opti.Space is not familiar with the content of contracts concluded between Users. Opti.Space does not control the content of these contracts, nor does it assess the legal compliance and legality of these contracts. Any liability of Opti.Space from the illegality of these contracts is completely excluded.
  • breach of the lease agreement: in the event that the Client or the Owner violates the provisions of the lease agreement or other contract concluded between them, Opti.Space is liable for these violations or for damage resulting from these violations.
  • publishing ratings, comments of Users: Opti.Space reserves the right to publish the opinions of Clients regarding Owners and End Users regarding Clients on the website. Opti.Space also reserves the right, based on the opinion of the Owner (or several Owners) regarding an individual Client, to prepare a profile of the Client, based on which it has discretion as to whether this Client may continue to have a user account on the website.
  • liability for damages caused to the Client or to the End Users: Opti.Space is not liable for damages to the Client or End Users that would result from the use of the Business Premises.
  • liability for damage to the Business Premises: Opti.Space is not liable for any damage that the Client or the End User would cause during use on the equipment of the Business Premises or on other equipment or infrastructure of the Owner. This also includes damage resulting from the normal use of theOwner’s equipment and infrastructure.




These General Terms and Conditions and other Opti.Space documents available to Users via the Website constitute the entire agreement between the User and Opti.Space regarding the use of the Service and supersede all prior agreements between the User and Opti.Space regarding the use of the Opti.Space Services via the website.

If Opti.Space does not exercise the rights or provisions of these general terms and conditions, this does not constitute a waiver of these rights. If any provision of these General Terms and Conditions is found to be illegal, void or unenforceable, this shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions. These general terms and conditions are not transferable to third parties.

Dispute Resolution between Users:

Opti.Space has the right, but not the obligation, to act as a mediator in a dispute between Users.


Intellectual property rights (general)

All content on the website, including User content, models, text, graphics, images, videos, information, software, audio and other files, and their selection and layout (“Site Content”) are the property of Opti.Space or the Users or providers of their rights of use.

The content of the website may not be modified, copied, distributed, edited, reproduced, transmitted, uploaded, displayed, published or sold in any form or in any way, in whole or in part, except as expressly provided in these General Terms and Conditions.

Users may access the services and the Site Content and may use, download or print only part of the Site Content in reasonable number of copies, to which Users have gained access (a) solely for personal, non-commercial use or (b) solely for the referencing of third parties on the service or to compile a collection of advertisements for premises through the service (“collection”), provided that the user retains all copyright or other proprietary indications on all copies of such site content.

Apart from its own User content, the User is not allowed to publish or otherwise distribute the content of the website, neither via the internet nor through any intranet or extranet website, nor is the User allowed to include the content of the website in any other database or database.

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood[a] is a 2019 comedy-drama film written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. Produced by Columbia PicturesBona Film GroupHeyday Films, and Visiona Romantica and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing, it is a co-production between the United States, United Kingdom, and China. It features a large ensemble cast led by Leonardo DiCaprioBrad Pitt, and Margot Robbie. Set in 1969 Los Angeles, the film follows a fading character actor and his stunt double as they navigate the rapidly changing film industry, with the looming threat of the Tate-LaBianca Murders hanging overhead. It features "multiple storylines in a modern fairy tale tribute to the final moments of Hollywood's golden age."[5][6][7]

Announced in July 2017, it is the first Tarantino film not to involve Bob and Harvey Weinstein, as Tarantino ended his partnership with the brothers following the sexual abuse allegations against the latter. After a bidding war, the film was distributed by Sony Pictures, which met Tarantino's demands including final cut privilege. Pitt, DiCaprio, Robbie, Zoë BellKurt Russell, and others joined the cast between January and June 2018. Principal photography lasted from June through November around Los Angeles. This was the final film to feature Luke Perry, who died on March 4, 2019.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on May 21, 2019, and was theatrically released in the United States on July 26, 2019 and in the United Kingdom on August 14. The film has grossed $374 million worldwide and received praise from critics for Tarantino's screenplay and direction, acting, cinematography, costume design, production values, and soundtrack. Among its various accolades, the film was chosen by the American Film Institute and the National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of the year. It received 10 nominations at the 92nd Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and won Best Supporting Actor (Pitt) and Best Production Design. It also won Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy at the 77th Golden Globe Awards.

A television series titled Bounty Law, based on a TV program depicted in the film, is currently being developed by Tarantino.


In February 1969, Hollywood actor Rick Dalton, star of 1950s Western television series Bounty Law, fears his career is fading. Casting director Marvin Schwarz recommends he make Spaghetti Westerns in Italy, which Dalton feels are beneath him. Dalton's best friend and stunt double, Cliff Booth—a war veteran skilled in hand-to-hand combat[10] who lives in a trailer with his pit bull, Brandy—drives Dalton around Los Angeles because Dalton's driver's license has been suspended due to his DUI arrests. Booth struggles to find stunt work because of rumors he murdered his wife. Actress Sharon Tate and her husband, director Roman Polanski, have moved next door to Dalton, who dreams of befriending them to revive his acting career. That night, Tate and Polanski attend a celebrity-filled party at the Playboy Mansion.

The next day, while repairing Dalton's TV antenna, Booth reminisces about a sparring contest he had with Bruce Lee on the set of The Green Hornet which resulted in Booth being fired. Meanwhile, Charles Manson stops by the Polanski residence looking for producer Terry Melcher, who used to live there, but is turned away by Jay Sebring. Tate goes for errands and stops at a movie theater to watch herself in the film The Wrecking Crew.

Dalton is cast to play the villain in the pilot of Western television series Lancer and strikes up a conversation with his eight-year-old co-star, Trudi Fraser. During filming, Dalton struggles to remember his lines and suffers a violent breakdown later in his trailer as a result. He subsequently delivers a strong performance that impresses Fraser and the director, Sam Wanamaker, bolstering his confidence.

While driving Dalton's car, Booth picks up a female hitchhiker named Pussycat, whom he takes to Spahn Ranch, where Booth once worked on the set of Bounty Law. He takes notice of the many hippies living there (the Manson Family). Suspecting they may be taking advantage of the ranch's owner, George Spahn, Booth insists on checking on him despite Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme's objections. Booth finally speaks with Spahn, who dismisses his concerns. Upon leaving, Booth discovers that Steve "Clem" Grogan has punctured a tire on Dalton's car. Booth beats him and forces him to change the tire. Charles "Tex" Watson is summoned to deal with the situation, but he arrives as Booth is driving away.

After watching Dalton's guest performance on an episode of The F.B.I., Schwarz books him as the lead in Sergio Corbucci's next Spaghetti Western, Nebraska Jim. Dalton takes Booth with him for a six-month stint in Italy, during which time he films two additional Westerns and a Eurospy comedy, and marries Italian starlet Francesca Capucci. With a new wife, Dalton informs Booth he can no longer afford his services.

On the evening of August 8, 1969, their first day back in Los Angeles, Dalton and Booth go out for drinks to commemorate their time working together and then return to Dalton's house. Tate and Sebring go out for dinner with friends and then return to Tate's house. Booth smokes an LSD-laced cigarette purchased earlier from a hippy girl and takes Brandy for a walk while Dalton prepares drinks. Manson Family members Tex, "Sadie""Katie", and "Flowerchild" arrive outside in preparation to murder everyone in Tate's house, but Dalton hears their noisy muffler and orders them off his street. Recognizing Dalton, the Family members change their plans and decide to kill him instead, after Sadie reasons that Hollywood has "taught them to murder". Flowerchild deserts the group, speeding off with their car. Breaking into Dalton's house, they confront Capucci and Booth inside. Booth recognizes them from his visit to Spahn Ranch and orders Brandy to attack. Together they kill Tex and injure Sadie, though Booth is stabbed in the right thigh and passes out after killing Katie. Sadie stumbles outside, alarming Dalton, who was in his pool listening to music on headphones, oblivious to the melee inside. Dalton retrieves a flamethrower previously used in a movie and incinerates Sadie. After Booth is taken away in an ambulance to receive treatment for his injuries, Sebring engages Dalton in conversation outside and Dalton receives an invitation for a drink with Tate and her friends at her house, which he accepts.

Box office

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood grossed $142.5 million in the United States and Canada, and $231.8 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $374.3 million.[4] By some estimates, the film needed to gross around $250 million worldwide in order to break-even,[132] with others estimating it would need to make $400 million in order to turn a profit.[133]

In the United States and Canada, the film was projected to gross $30–40 million from 3,659 theaters in its opening weekend, with some projections having it as high as $50 million or as low as $25 million.[134][135] The week of its release, Fandango reported the film was the highest pre-seller of any Tarantino film.[136] The film made $16.9 million on its first day, including $5.8 million from Thursday night previews (the highest total of Tarantino's career). It went on to debut to $41.1 million, finishing second behind holdover The Lion King and marking Tarantino's largest opening. Comscore reported that 47% of audience members went to see the film because of who the director was (compared to the typical 7%) and 37% went because of the cast (compared to normally 18%).[3] The film grossed $20 million in its second weekend, representing a "nice" drop of just 51% and finishing third, and then made $11.6 million and $7.6 million the subsequent weekends.[137][138][139] In its fifth weekend the film made $5 million, bringing its running domestic total to $123.1 million, becoming the second-highest of Tarantino's career behind Django Unchained.[140] In its ninth weekend, its global total earnings reached $329.4 million, surpassing Inglourious Basterds to become Tarantino's second-highest global grosser behind Django Unchained.

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New York City

New York City (NYC), often called simply New York, is the most populous city in the United States. With an estimated 2019 population of 8,336,817 distributed over about 302.6 square miles (784 km2), New York City is also the most densely populated major city in the United States.[11] Located at the southern tip of the U.S. state of New York, the city is the center of the New York metropolitan area, the largest metropolitan area in the world by urban landmass.[12] With almost 20 million people in its metropolitan statistical area and approximately 23 million in its combined statistical area, it is one of the world’s most populous megacities. New York City has been described as the cultural, financial, and media capital of the world, significantly influencing commerce,[13] entertainment, research, technology, education, politics, tourism, art, fashion, and sports. Home to the headquarters of the United Nations,[14] New York is an important center for international diplomacy.[15][16]

Situated on one of the world’s largest natural harbors, New York City is composed of five boroughs, each of which is a county of the State of New York. The five boroughs—BrooklynQueensManhattanthe Bronx, and Staten Island—were consolidated into a single city in 1898.[17] The city and its metropolitan area constitute the premier gateway for legal immigration to the United States. As many as 800 languages are spoken in New York,[18] making it the most linguistically diverse city in the world. New York is home to more than 3.2 million residents born outside the United States,[19] the largest foreign-born population of any city in the world as of 2016.[20][21] As of 2019, the New York metropolitan area is estimated to produce a gross metropolitan product (GMP) of $2.0 trillion. If the New York metropolitan area were a sovereign state, it would have the eighth-largest economy in the world. New York is home to the highest number of billionaires of any city in the world.

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Nei Lingding Island

In May 1513, the PortugueseexplorerJorge Álvares arrived at an island near the coast of China they called “Tamão“.[4] This was the first contact of Europeans with China via the sea route around the Cape of Good Hope.[5] Tamão was fortified by Simão de Andrade and reclaimed by the Chinese during the expulsion of the Portuguese in the 1520s.[6] Western scholarship, following J. M. Braga, generally contends that this “Tamão” is Nei Lingding, the main island in the mouth of the Pearl River, 6 km off the coast of the mainland. Recent Chinese scholarship finds this identification to be insufficiently proven, however, and suggests a number of other potential islands including the nearby and far larger Lantau Island

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Jorge Álvares

n May 1513, Álvares sailed under the Portuguese Malacca captain Rui de Brito Patalim in a junk from Pegu. The expedition was accompanied by five other junks. Álvares himself was accompanied by two other Portuguese mariners.[1]

Álvares made first contact on Chinese soil on an island near the historic city of Guangzhou in southern China in May 1513.[2] The location of the island, which the Portuguese called Tamão, is not exactly known except that it is in the Pearl River Delta, and scholarship has suggested islands such as Lantau Island and Lintin Island as potential candidates. Upon landing on Tamão, Álvares raised a padrão from the king of Portugal.[1] Based on information from their captain, they hoped to find trade. Soon after this, Afonso de Albuquerque, the Viceroy of the Estado da Índia dispatched Rafael Perestrello—a cousin of Christopher Columbus[3]—to seek trade relations with the Chinese. In a ship from Malacca, Rafael Perestrello landed on the southern shores of Guangdong later that year in 1513.[3]

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Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest of Earth‘s oceanic divisions. It extends from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Southern Ocean (or, depending on definition, to Antarctica) in the south and is bounded by the continents of Asia and Australia in the west and the Americas in the east.

At 165,250,000 square kilometers (63,800,000 square miles) in area (as defined with an Antarctic southern border), this largest division of the World Ocean—and, in turn, the hydrosphere—covers about 46% of Earth’s water surface and about 32% of its total surface area, making it larger than all of Earth’s land area combined.[1] The centers of both the Water Hemisphere and the Western Hemisphere are in the Pacific Ocean. Ocean circulation ( caused by the Coriolis effect ) subdivides it into two largely independent volumes of water, which meet at the equator: the North(ern) Pacific Ocean and South(ern) Pacific Ocean. The Galápagos and Gilbert Islands, while straddling the equator, are deemed wholly within the South Pacific.[2]

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Russia,[c] or the Russian Federation,[14][d] is a transcontinental country located in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. It extends from the Baltic Sea in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east, and from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea in the south. Russia covers over 17,125,200 square kilometres (6,612,100 sq mi), spanning more than one-eighth of the Earth’s inhabited land area, stretching eleven time zones, and bordering 16 sovereign nationsMoscow is the country’s capital and largest city, other major cities include Saint PetersburgNovosibirskYekaterinburgKazanNizhny NovgorodChelyabinsk and Samara.

Russia is the largest country in the world, the ninth-most populous country, as well as the most populous country in Europe. The country is one of the world’s most sparsely populated and urbanized. About half of the country’s total area is forested, concentrating around four-fifths of its total population of over 146.7 million on its smaller and dense western portion, as opposed to its larger and sparse eastern portion. Russia is administratively divided into 85 federal subjects. The Moscow Metropolitan Area is the largest metropolitan area in Europe, and among the largest in the world, with more than 20 million residents.

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The Persians are an Iranian ethnic group that make up over half the population of Iran.[2][3] They share a common cultural system and are native speakers of the Persian language,[4][5][6] as well as languages closely related to Persian.[7]

The ancient Persians were originally an ancient Iranian people who migrated to the region of Persis, corresponding to the modern province of Fars in southwestern Iran, by the ninth century BC.[8][9] Together with their compatriot allies, they established and ruled some of the world’s most powerful empires,[10][9] well-recognized for their massive cultural, political, and social influence covering much of the territory and population of the ancient world.[11][12][13] Throughout history, Persians have contributed greatly to art and science.[14][15][16] Persian literature is one of the world’s most prominent literary traditions.[17]

In contemporary terminology, people of Persian heritage native specifically to present-day AfghanistanTajikistan, and Uzbekistan are referred to as Tajiks, whereas those in the Caucasus (primarily in the present-day Republic of Azerbaijan and the Russian federal subject of Dagestan), albeit heavily assimilated, are referred to as Tats.[18][19] However, historically, the terms Tajik and Tat were used as synonymous and interchangeable with Persian.[18] Many influential Persian figures hailed from outside Iran’s present-day borders to the northeast in Central Asia and Afghanistan and to a lesser extent to the northwest in the Caucasus proper.[20][21] In historical contexts, especially in English, “Persians” may be defined more loosely to cover all subjects of the ancient Persian polities, regardless of ethnic background.

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Neo-Assyrian Empire

The Neo-Assyrian Empire (Assyrian cuneiform mat Aš-šur KI, “Country of the city of god Aššur“; also phonetically  mat Aš-šur)[a] was an Iron Age Mesopotamian empire, in existence between 911 and 609 BC,[10][11][12] and became the largest empire of the world up until that time.[13][unreliable source?] The Assyrians perfected early techniques of imperial rule, many of which became standard in later empires.[14] The Assyrians were the first to be armed with iron weapons, and their troops employed advanced, effective military tactics.[15]

Following the conquests of Adad-nirari II in the late 10th century BC, Assyria emerged as the most powerful state in the world at the time, coming to dominate the Ancient Near EastEast MediterraneanAsia MinorCaucasus, and parts of the Arabian Peninsula and North Africa, eclipsing and conquering rivals such as BabyloniaElamPersiaUrartuLydia, the MedesPhrygiansCimmeriansIsraelJudahPhoeniciaChaldeaCanaan, the Kushite Empire, the Arabs, and Egypt.

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Iron Age

The Iron Age is the final epoch of the three-age division of the prehistory and protohistory of humanity. It was preceded by the Stone Age (PaleolithicMesolithicNeolithic, and Chalcolithic) and the Bronze Age. The concept has been mostly applied to Europe and the Ancient Near East, and, by analogy, also to other parts of the Old World.

The duration of the Iron Age varies depending on the region under consideration. It is defined by archaeological convention, and the mere presence of some cast or wrought iron is not sufficient to represent an Iron Age culture; rather, the “Iron Age” begins locally when the production of iron or steel has been brought to the point where iron tools and weapons superior to their bronze equivalents become widespread.[1] For example, Tutankhamun’s meteoric iron dagger comes from the Bronze Age. In the Ancient Near East, this transition takes place in the wake of the so-called Bronze Age collapse, in the 12th century BC. The technology soon spread throughout the Mediterranean Basin region and to South Asia. Its further spread to Central AsiaEastern Europe, and Central Europe is somewhat delayed, and Northern Europe is reached still later, by about 500 BC.