The following terms and conditions apply between GK INORMS LLC - hereinafter referred to as the "Contractor" - and Customers for all orders, unless otherwise agreed in writing. Any conditions contradicting this provision or supplementing this provision become part of the contract if they are made in writing.

Subject and Conclusion of the Contract

The subject of the contract is an agreed service that is performed by the Contractor's employees within the agreed time frame. The services presented on this website are intended exclusively for commercial customers. The contract is concluded from the moment of signing the offer by the Client, until the beginning of the provision of services by the Contractor.

Scope of Services on Request

The scope, procedure and nature of the services to be provided are agreed between the Contractor and the Client in writing or orally. The Contractor acts only on the basis of an order confirmed by the Client in writing, or an agreement concluded in which the services to be provided are defined. Changes, additions or an increase in the volume of services, working documentation require an additional written agreement.

Obligations of the Contractor

The Contractor is obliged to comply with the provisions of data protection laws and regulations. The Contractor guarantees that its employees have signed the relevant declaration of obligations.

Customer Responsibilities

The Client is obliged to provide the Contractor with everything necessary that is required from the Client in the field of his professional activity for the proper execution of the order. The Client guarantees that reports, statements, programs, calculations, projects, expert opinions, organizational plans, as well as all other documents prepared by the Contractor within the framework of the order will be used only for their own purposes. The results of the Contractor's work, for which copyrights have arisen, remain with the Contractor, if they do not contain significant business and commercial secrets of the Client.

Responsibilities of Both Parties

Both parties undertake to transfer information about the content and results of the service provided to third parties only by mutual consent. Both parties undertake to respect each other. In particular, refrain from hiring or otherwise employing employees or former employees of the counterparty who worked in connection with the execution of the contract until 24 months after the termination of cooperation.

Liability and Damages

The Contractor's liability for all claims should be limited to the value of the contract. The Contractor is not liable in cases of: minor negligent violations of obligations, if they did not entail: significant violations of contractual obligations; damage resulting from death, injury to health; violation of warranty obligations; claims to product quality in accordance with the law on product quality liability. The Contractor is not responsible for indirect losses, lost profits, lost savings and other financial losses. The Contractor's liability for data loss is limited to the typical recovery efforts that would take place in the case of regular data backup. If non-compliance with deadlines is caused by force majeure or similar events, such as strikes or bureaucratic arbitrariness, which significantly complicate or make it impossible to perform the service, the deadlines should be extended accordingly. This condition also applies to the Client's obligations under this agreement.

Non-Fulfillment of Obligations by the Client

If the Client does not accept the services or if the Client does not fulfill or delays the fulfillment of his obligations imposed on him in accordance with the agreements, the Contractor may demand an agreed remuneration (excluding additional costs) for the services not performed, as a result of the Client's inaction, without obligations to further fulfill the order.

Term and Termination of the Agreement

The contract is valid until the date agreed in it. At the Client's initiative, the contract may be terminated prematurely, with mandatory written notice of early termination sent to the Contractor 12 weeks before the expected date of early termination of the contract. At the same time, for the services actually rendered by the Contractor before the expiration of the contract, full remuneration is paid (except for additional expenses). At the same time, the Client also does not pay remuneration for the unproven, but agreed Services of the Contractor, as well as the lost profit of the Contractor. If the Contractor does not fulfill its obligations within the agreed time frame, the Client has the right to establish in writing a reasonable time for the fulfillment of overdue obligations by the Contractor, and/or terminate the contract. The Contractor is not responsible for the delay in the performance of its obligations, if such a delay occurred for reasons beyond the control of the Contractor.

Expiration Date and Right to Withhold

Unless otherwise specified in the order confirmation, payments must be made in full within 7 days from the date of invoicing by transferring to one of the accounts specified in the invoice forms. If the Client has not made the payment, then 7 days after the payment deadline, the Client is considered a defaulter without any additional statement from the Contractor. As long as the Contractor has not received remuneration in full, the Client has no right to make claims to the Contractor about improper performance of obligations. The amount of remuneration should be based on the price lists of the Contractor in force at the time of placing the order, unless otherwise agreed. In case of late payment, the Contractor has the right to demand interest in the amount of 12% in excess of the corresponding base interest rate, without submitting an additional claim. The Contractor has the right to demand compensation from the Client for actual damage caused by improper fulfillment of obligations by the Client. All agreed amounts must be paid with an increase in the payment for the value added tax established by law. The Client is not entitled to make deductions based on other contractual relations with the Contractor. Invoices must be transmitted electronically by e-mail. All claims of the Client to the Contractor must be justified, legitimate and filed, no later than twelve months after the termination of the contract. After this period, any claims about improper performance of work or provision of services are not subject to satisfaction. After that, the Contractor has the right not to keep the documents received from the Client.

Closing Regulations

The legislation of the Russian Federation is exclusively applied. If any of the terms of the General Terms and Conditions of the contract are invalid, this does not affect the remaining terms. The Parties undertake to replace the invalid conditions with economically equivalent conditions that are as close as possible to the meaning and purpose of the invalid or unenforceable condition. Amendments and additions to the agreement must be made in writing and must be clearly marked as such. This also applies to the rejection of the written form itself. If the Client is a merchant, a legal entity under public law or a special fund under public law, the exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from this agreement is the place of activity of the Contractor.