This document is an official offer (offer) of the legal entity SERVA ONE LTD, which provides services, hereinafter referred to as the "Contractor", to any legal entity or individual entrepreneur or individual, hereinafter referred to as the "Customer", to conclude an agreement for the provision of paid services on the Internet .
By paying for the Contractor's services provided for by this agreement and indicated on the website by the domain name serva.one and all its subdomains, the Customer expresses full and unconditional acceptance of all the terms of this agreement,
1. The Subject of the Agreement
1.1. The Contractor undertakes to provide the Customer with services for the management, maintenance and / or use of virtual private servers that operate within the Customer's information system (hereinafter referred to as the Services) and belong to the Contractor or the Customer.
1.2. The list of available Services, their characteristics and cost are indicated on the website by the serva.one domain and all its subdomains (hereinafter referred to as the website).
1.3. The procedure for the provision of services, information interaction between the parties and other conditions for the provision, which is an integral part of this agreement, and the Customer undertakes to accept the Services and pay for them.
2. Rights and Obligations of the parties
2.1. The customer has the right:
2.1.1. Receive information from the Contractor regarding the provision of the Services.
2.1.2. Use the equipment at your own discretion, placing information on it that does not contradict the requirements of the current legislation of United Kingdom. Provide, with the help of equipment, services, including paid ones, to an unlimited number of third parties.
2.2. The customer undertakes:
2.2.1. Comply with the terms of the Regulations.
2.2.2. Provide complete and accurate information when using the site.
2.2.3. Timely and in full to pay for the Services.
2.2.4. Accept the duly provided Services.
2.2.5. Strictly observe the legislation of United Kingdom and the norms of international law regarding information, its transfer and protection.
2.3. The performer has the right:
2.3.1. Completely or partially stop the provision of Services in case of violation by the Customer of the terms of this agreement, the Regulations and its annexes, as well as the current legislation of United Kingdom.
2.3.2. Unilaterally make changes to this agreement and the Regulations, including, but not limited to, changing the cost of the Services. In this case, the offer in a new edition shall come into force from the moment such changes are published on the website.
2.4. The contractor is obliged:
2.4.1. Provide the Services ordered by the Customer in an appropriate manner.
2.4.2. Maintain the confidentiality of the Customer's information received during registration, when placing an order, as well as the content of private e-mail messages, except as provided by the current legislation of United Kingdom.
2.4.3. Provide access to the site.
2.4.4. Publish official messages on the Contractor's website regarding customer service, changes in payment rates, changes to this agreement, the Regulations and its annexes.
3. Cost of Services and payment procedure
3.1. The cost of the Services is set by the Contractor in the national currency of United Kingdom and other currencies.
3.2. Payment is made by the Customer in the order of 100% prepayment, by non-cash transfer of funds to the current account of the Contractor or through third parties authorized by the Contractor.
3.3. Invoices (invoices), certificates of work performed and other accounting documents under this agreement, at the request of the Customer, are sent to the Customer's e-mail address, handed over to the Customer at the Contractor's office or sent by mail to the address specified by the Customer.
3.4. Acts of work performed and other accounting documents under this agreement are sent by means of the M.E.Doc IS electronic document management system in electronic form with a digital signature.
3.5. The customer, by accepting the terms of this agreement (acceptance of the offer), agrees to receive notifications by e-mail (e-mail) and via short message services (SMS) regarding the provision of services under this agreement.
4. Liability of the parties
4.1. The responsibility of the parties is determined by this agreement, the Regulations and the current legislation of United Kingdom.
4.2. The Contractor, providing the Services under this agreement, is responsible for the management and maintenance of computer and network equipment and / or data processing facilities. Accordingly, the Contractor is not responsible for the results of the use or non-use of such equipment by the Customer.
4.3. The Contractor is not responsible for the quality of public communication channels and data transmission networks, including the global Internet, through which access to services, services and services is provided.
4.4. The Contractor shall not be liable for damage caused to the Customer or third parties as a result of actions or inactions of the Customer. Including, but not limited to, for damage resulting from temporary, partial or complete inoperability of the relevant equipment; correct or incorrect operation of the software that runs on the relevant equipment; dissemination or non-distribution of information using equipment; violations as a result of actions or inactions of the Customer, which led to violations of the rights of third parties, including intellectual property, loss of income, expected profit, savings, business activity, reputation, etc.
4.5. The Contractor shall not be liable for claims of third parties and / or the Customer for non-performance or improper performance by the Customer of its obligations to such persons for the provision of services or the sale of goods that are partially or fully provided or provided by the Customer using the Contractor's Services.
5. Procedure for consideration of claims and disputes
5.1. Claims of the Customer regarding the Services provided are accepted and considered by the Contractor in the manner prescribed by the current legislation of United Kingdom.
5.2. If an agreement is not reached between the parties in the order of pre-trial settlement of disputes, the existing dispute is subject to consideration in court in accordance with the current legislation of United Kingdom.
6. Force majeure
6.1. None of the parties shall be liable for non-performance or improper performance of this agreement if this is caused by force majeure circumstances that the parties could not have known in advance or could not have foreseen.
6.2. The party that has become aware of the occurrence or approach of such circumstances shall immediately notify the other party thereof.
6.3. The performance of this agreement, in full or in part, is suspended for the duration of such circumstances. If the effect of force majeure circumstances lasts more than three months, then this contract is considered terminated.
7. Final provisions
7.1. This agreement comes into force from the moment of acceptance of its terms by the Customer (acceptance of the Offer), receipt of funds to the account of the Contractor and is valid until the end of the paid period.
7.2. The term of this agreement is automatically extended upon subsequent payment for the Services for the paid period of the Service.
7.3. The Customer has the right to refuse the Services of the Contractor unilaterally, at any time, about which he informs the Customer in writing.
7.4. The Contractor has the right to refuse to provide the Services unilaterally, with a 30 (thirty) calendar day notice, of which he informs the Customer in writing.
7.5. In case of early termination of this agreement, the Customer, at his request, will be refunded the unused funds. Refunds are made only in non-cash form. Transfer of refundable funds to a third party, incl. at the request of the Customer, is not produced.
7.6. By accepting this
Offer, the Customer confirms:that he is familiar with the content of the Regulations on the protection and processing of personal data of counterpartiesthat the Contractor reported, and the Customer got acquainted with his rights in the field of personal data protection, provided for in Article 8 of the Law of United Kingdom "On the Protection of Personal Data" dated 01.06.2010 No. 2297-VIthat he is notified about the owner of personal data, the composition and content of the collected personal data, the purpose of processing personal data and the persons to whom personal data is transferred, which is determined by the Regulation on the protection and processing of personal data of counterpartiesby free and in no way unlimited expression of will, granting consent to the Contractor for the processing of his personal data in the Contractor's personal data database "Counterparties", voluntarily provided during the Registration of the Customer, in accordance with the purpose of their processing, including the transfer of personal data by the Contractor to third parties.