Agreement Shall Be Terminated

11.1 Subject to Clauses 11. 2 and 11.3, this contract automatically expires after the services have been concluded. 3.2 The Company must comply with all laws and regulations relating to its activities, which may have a direct or indirect impact on service delivery. 10.1 None of the party (any person, a “recipient”) may use confidential information from the other party (the “custodian part of disclosure”) or pass it on to third parties or pass it on. 3.1 The company accepts the performance of the services and strives to deliver the services in a timely manner. 7.2 Subject to paragraph 7.1, each party`s overall liability to the other party (whether it is a contractual, unlawful (including negligence) act or otherwise resulting from the performance or expected performance of that agreement is limited to $1,000,000 ($1 million) or three times the total of services provided by the client for services , according to: what is the lowest value. Impossibility of delivery – due to unpredictable and uncontrollable circumstances, it may be impossible for the parties to an agreement to perform their respective tasks. 5.4 The customer must pay any invoice submitted to him by the Company, in full and in funds paid within 30 days of receipt. In the event of a late payment, the company calculates interest from the due date to the payment date of 2% above THE basic interest rate of HSBC Plc. Contract break – if one of the contractors does not meet its contractual obligations, this constitutes a violation. As a result, the non-infringing party is allowed to recover its losses. 14.7 Subject to Clause 13, this agreement is governed by the laws of England and Wales and is interpreted accordingly. The parties irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in England and Wales.

A contract subject to English laws can be quickly carried out an instinct to enforce termination in all convenience, not in good faith. The concept of good faith is widely developed in cases of English law if it is relevant to the prevalence of the law, when a contract is terminated for convenience. In the case of Monde Petroleum SA vs Western Zagros Limited [2016] EWHC 1472 (Comm), where it was found that English law does not imply any involvement in the obligation to act in good faith for the termination of the contract, in the absence of a contractual obligation. Under English law, it gives the party the right to terminate the contract for convenience, unless there is a requirement in good faith. 10.3 If the recipient is informed of a breach of its confidentiality obligations (including a breach by one of its employees, enforcement assistants or a subcontractor), it immediately informs the public party and must provide the public party with any appropriate support in all proceedings that the public party may initiate in order to protect the confidentiality of its confidential information.

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