1. Subject of the Document
1.1. The Site Administration undertakes to grant users the right to use this Site.
1.2. The Site Administration guarantees that it is the exclusive owner of the rights to this Site.
1.3. Users are granted the right to use this Site while the Site Administration reserves the right to grant the license to other individuals.
1.4. The Agreement comes into force upon its signing by the parties.
1.5. The granting of the right to use this Site is subject to registration. In this case, the duty to collect and submit documents for such registration, and the expenses associated with it shall be borne by the Site Administration.
2. Procedure for Using the Intellectual Property Object
2.1. Users are entitled to use this Site by any available means.
2.2. Use of this Site by users is allowed on the whole territory of the country.
3. The Amount, Terms, and Procedure of Payment of the License Fee
3.1. The amount of license remuneration is specified on this Site.
3.2. The license fee must be paid in full.
3.3. Interest on the amount of payment under the agreement shall not be accrued and shall not be paid.
3.4. All payments shall be made in non-cash form by transfer of funds to the current bank account.
3.5. Users’ payment obligations are considered fulfilled as of the date of crediting monetary funds to the specified account.
4. Responsibility of the Parties
4.1. The Site Administration has the right to demand that users pay a penalty for every day of delay in payment.
4.2. Users are entitled to demand a forfeit from the Site Administration for every day of delay for failure to submit documentation in time.
4.3. For evasion of registration or granting the right to use this Site, one of the parties shall be entitled to demand that the party, which committed such violation, pay a penalty for each day of delay.
4.4. In all other cases of default on obligations under the agreement the parties shall be liable according to the law.
5. Circumstances of Insuperable Force
5.1. The parties must be exempted from liability for non-fulfillment or improper fulfillment of obligations if the proper fulfillment is impossible due to force majeure, i.e. extraordinary and unavoidable circumstances under the given conditions.
5.2. If these circumstances occur, the party is obliged to notify the other party.
5.3. The relevant document is sufficient proof of the existence and duration of the force majeure circumstances.
5.4. If force majeure circumstances continue to act for more than a certain period, then each party has the right to unilaterally withdraw from the contract.
6. Amendment and Early Termination of the Contract
6.1. All amendments and additions to this Document are valid if made in writing and signed by both parties. Corresponding extra agreements of the parties are an integral part of this Document.
6.2. The contract may be prematurely terminated by the agreement of the parties or at the request of one of the parties.
6.3. In the event of termination for any reason, the parties may not return to each other everything performed thereunder until terminated, unless otherwise provided by law.
7. Settlement of Disputes
7.1. All disputes relating to the conclusion, interpretation, performance, and termination of the agreement shall be resolved by the parties through negotiations.
7.2. If an agreement cannot be reached through negotiation, the interested party must send the other party a written claim signed by an authorized person.
7.3. The claim must be accompanied by the documents substantiating the claims made by the interested party, and documents confirming the authority of the person signing the claim. These documents shall be submitted in the form of copies. If a claim is sent without documents confirming the authority of the person who signed it, it shall be deemed not presented and shall not be considered.
7.4. The party to which the claim is sent must be obliged to consider the received claim and notify the interested party of the results in writing.