TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully as they contain important information regarding your legal rights, remedies, and obligations.
By using this Website, You agree to abide by these Terms and Conditions. These Terms are applied to all service providers, visitors, users and others who access and/or use this Website. Accessing, browsing or otherwise using the website indicates your agreement to all the terms and conditions, so if you disagree with these terms or any part of it then you must not use this website.
By accessing the Website, you agree to the following terms with Steadi Ltd., hereinafter referred to as "Company".
Company may amend this Terms and Conditions and any linked information from time to time by posting amended terms on the Website, without notice to you.
The Website is an online venue where service providers can offer their professional services on the pre-agreed terms. Service providers must register for an Account in order to access available projects, communicate with the Company Representatives, submit project deliverables.
Before using the Website, you must read the whole User Agreement, the Website policies and all linked information.
2.1. The Service provider is obligated to provide Company with data processing and information services (defined in 2.2) with the help of remote computer systems, and the Company is obliged to pay for the Service Provider’s Services on time and to accept them in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
2.2. According to these Terms and Conditions, the Service provider provides the following Services, including (but not limited to):
- information services with the help of computer technologies;
- information search services;
- whole data processing and placement of information on the web sites;
- data entry services;
- services for compiling specialized reports based on data.
2.3. The Service provider provides the Services on the basis of oral or written applications, which specify the volume, cost, deadline of a service and characteristics of a desired outcome.
2.4. The Service provider renders services under this Agreement individually, at their own risk, within the limits of realization of their personal entrepreneurial activity and bears full responsibility for the quality of rendered services.
2.5. The Parties acknowledge and agree that the Services provided by the Service provider are considered as services of an independent contractor and nothing in this Agreement should be considered as a partnership, joint venture, agency or other relationship between the Parties. The Service provider is not an employee, representative and/or structural unit of the Company.
2.6. The Service provider uses their own means of production and consumables necessary for the provision of services, independently covers all the operational costs arising from the provision of services under this Agreement.
2.7. The Service provider is solely responsible for their activity and its consequences, including timely and complete payment of tax obligations in accordance with the procedure established by the current legislation of Independent Contractor’s country.
2.8. Any of the Parties of this Agreement should not act as a tax agent of the opposing Party.
2.9. The parties have agreed that this Agreement is simultaneously considered as Copyright agreement.
3.1. All information relevant to this Agreement and disclosed between the Parties is confidential unless agreed otherwise and can not be disclosed to any third parties without the prior written consent of the other Party.
3.2. The Service Provider is obliged to ensure strict confidentiality of any technical, financial, commercial or other information received from the Company during the term of this Agreement and within 3 (three) years after its expiration and should take all necessary measures to prevent it from disclosing.
3.3. Neither Party can use, copy, adapt, modify or separate any information that has become known in connection with the execution of this Agreement and is of a confidential nature.
3.4. In the case of Service Provider’s non-compliance with the rules for the preservation of commercial secrets and confidential information, the Service Provider may be brought to administrative, civil and criminal liability in accordance with the current legislation of the Independent Contractor’s country.
By registering on the Website the Service Provider represent(s) and warrant(s) that:
4.1. All registration information submitted to the Company is truthful and accurate.
4.2. The Service Provider has a duty to maintain the accuracy of personal information.
4.3. The Service Provider has full legal capacity to enter into legally binding relations under these Terms and Conditions.
4.4. Using this Website these Terms and Conditions does not and will not conflict with the current legislation and/or any prescriptions, provisions, regulations, licenses, permits, and registrations applicable to the Service Provider.
4.5. Using this Website does not and will not cause any violation and/or non-fulfillment of any agreement or other instrument to which You are a party, or the effect of which extends to the Service Provider.
4.6. Using this Website does not and will not conflict with any provisions of constituent documents (if any) of the Service Provider.
4.7. The Service Provider agrees that Company reserves the right to terminate cooperation without warning, if there is a reasonable doubt to believe that information provided by the Service Provider does not conform with the Terms` eligibility requirements and/or work of the Service Provider does not fit the representations and warranties set forth in these Terms and Conditions.
5. TERMS OF DELIVERY AND TRANSFER OF EXPECTED SERVICES
5.1. The Service Provider renders the Services in a proper manner, in full compliance with the applications and provisions of this Agreement.
5.2. Unless otherwise agreed by the Parties in the corresponding application, the Service Provider is obliged to start its execution within 24 hours from the moment of the agreement of the Parties to the relevant application.
5.3. The Client has the right to control the order of service delivery, and the Service Provider is obliged to present the actual results of the services provided at the first request and send them to the Client.
5.4. The results of services are sent to the Client by the Service Provider through unified communication channels or via other means specified in the application. All results of the services provided by the Service Provider under this Agreement are the property of the Client from the moment of their creation by the Service Provider, regardless of the degree of their completeness.
5.5. The Service Provider has no right to use, dispose, transfer to third parties, distribute, publish the results of services and/or their elements without the Client’s written consent.
5.6. The Service Provider arranges the implementation of this Agreement at their own discretion.
5.7. The Service provider is considered to have properly provided services to the Client, and the Client is the one who accepted the Services rendered by the Service Provider at the time of payment of the corresponding Invoice of the Service Provider.
5.8. To comply with the Agreement, communication between the Parties is carried out with the help of electronic means of unified communication agreed upon by the Parties.
5.9. As a result of the duly provided services rendered by the Service Provider, the Client pays for services rendered by the Service Provider under this Agreement or a separate invoice, which certifies the fact of providing by the Service Provider and acceptance by the Client of services rendered by the Service Provider.
5.10. At the request of one of the Parties, the Parties can certify the fact of providing the corresponding service by the Acceptance-Transmission of Services Act, signed by both Parties, that forms an integral part of this Agreement.
6.1. The Service Provider undertakes the following responsibilities:
6.1.1. To provide Services properly and qualitatively as described in this Agreement.
6.1.2. To provide services personally. If it is necessary to involve third parties in the provision of services under this Agreement, it is necessary to get the written approval of the candidates from the Client in advance.
6.1.3. To provide the services in full and to transfer their results to the Client properly.
6.1.4. To comply with the conditions of non-disclosure of commercial secret and confidential information stipulated by this Agreement and other documents processed by the Parties. Disclosure is deemed to be an action and / or inaction which results in the dissemination of commercial secrecy and confidential information among persons who are not Parties to this Agreement.
6.1.5. To carry out other obligations arising from the content of this Agreement.
6.2. The Client undertakes the following responsibilities:
6.2.1. To pay for the Service Provider’s Services on time in the amount and on the terms specified by this Agreement.
6.2.2. To accept the provided services or report identified deficiencies in a timely and reasoned way.
6.2.3. To provide the Service Provider with the information necessary for the provision of the Services.
7. COST OF SERVICES AND PAYMENT PROCEDURE
7.1. The cost of the respective service is determined by the Parties on their choice in applications/ invoices/ annexes to the Agreement/ during communication with the help of unified communications/ etc, depending on the complexity, the volume of the actual services rendered and the final result.
7.2. The total price of the Agreement is the total amount paid by the Client for the services of the Service Provider during the term of this Agreement.
7.3. Payment of the service is carried out in cashless form on the current payment account of the Service Provider on the terms of postpayment on the fact of the proper implementation of the Service by the Service Provider.
7.4. The volume, quality, deadlines for implementation and payment of services are determined optionally by the Parties in the form of the agreed applications/ invoices/ etc that are integral annexes to this Agreement.
7.5. The settlement currency under this Agreement is US Dollars, unless otherwise is indicated in the invoice.
7.6. Each of the Parties pays the banking commission of its servicing bank/ correspondent bank on its own.
8.1. To verify identity, the Service Provider will be asked to provide personal details (such as name, address, date of birth, email, telephone number) and details of your identification documents.
8.2. To perform verification and confirm that accurate data was entered the Service Provider is required to submit personal documents, such as but not limited to National Identity Document, Graduation certificates etc.
8.3. The Service Provider authorizes Company directly or through third parties to make any inquiries, it is considered necessary to validate any information, including financial, provided during registration process.
8.4. Provided phone number and/or email address will be used to contact the Service Provider and to verify Their identity.
8.5. The Service Provider is responsible for notifying the Company about changes to the postal address, e-mail address, and phone numbers, as well as about any other changes to name, phone number, contact information, payment information, or other personal information that will impact Company’s ability to verify identity and to issue a valid payment.
8.6. Any information about changes in the personal details must be submitted at least fifteen (15) business days prior to the end of the calendar month in order to issue Fee for that month.
8.7. The Service Provider is required to pass additional verification procedure in case phone number and/or email address is changed, or new payment method is added.
9. VALIDITY PERIOD OF THE AGREEMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS
9.1. This Agreement enters into force upon its signing by the Parties and is valid until 31.12.2019. If, within 14 days prior to the expiration of the Agreement, no Party confirms the intention to terminate it, the validity of the Agreement shall be prolonged for one more year on the same terms and so on.
9.2. The Parties have agreed that the date and place of conclusion of the Agreement and its applications are the date and place indicated on the first page of the corresponding document under its name.
9.3. The signing of this Agreement, invoices, Acceptance-Transmission of Services Act, additional agreements, annexes to the Agreement shall be effected by the Parties by means of an electronic service or in paper form.
9.4. The changes and amendments to this Agreement may only take place if they are executed in writing and signed by the Parties.
9.5. The Client has the right to terminate the Agreement on their own initiative, by sending an appropriate notice to the Service Provider.
9.6. The Service Provider has the right to terminate the Agreement on their own initiative, by sending the appropriate notice to the Client no less than 14 calendar days before the desired date of termination of the Agreement.
9.7. In case of termination of the Agreement, the Service Provider is obliged to send to the Client all of the available results of the services, regardless of the level of their completeness.
9.8. The Service Provider’s obligations regarding the non-disclosure of confidential information established in the Agreement, the violation of intellectual property rights of the Client, are valid during the term specified in the Agreement, regardless of the term of the Agreement in general.
10. FORCE-MAJEURE CIRCUMSTANCES
10.1. The parties agreed that in the event of force majeure, namely: war, military actions, terrorist acts, state counter-terrorist actions, armed clashes, blockades, embargoes, currency restrictions, changes in legislation of the Party that must fulfill the economic obligation, which make it impossible for the Party to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement, the continued centralized disruption of the region (5 days or more), natural disaster or extreme natural phenomena and the direct effect of such circumstances on the Party that is to fulfill its obligations, the Party is discharged from their obligations for the duration of these circumstances, provided proper proof of force majeure under the Agreement.
10.2. The onset of force majeure circumstances should be confirmed by the certificate of the Commerce and Industry Chamber or other competent state body of the country where the force majeure has arisen, provided that the Party which has undergone a force majeure, at the earliest opportunity within a reasonable time, has warned the opposing Party concerning the force majeure by e-mail, followed by sending the original certificate in paper form.
10.3. The term of fulfillment of the obligation by a Party that has been subjected to force majeure circumstances is prolonged for the duration of force majeure, unless the Parties agreed otherwise.
10.4. In the event that these circumstances extend over 90 calendar days, each Party should have the right to terminate this Agreement and should not be liable for such termination, provided that the other Party was notified not later than 14 calendar days prior to termination. In the event of such termination, none of the Parties should have the right to claim damages from the other Party.
11.1. This Agreement embodies the entire agreement between the Parties and supersedes all prior agreements and understandings, if any, relating to the subject matter of this Agreement.
11.2. If either of the Parties to this Agreement does not implement their rights under this Agreement in time, this in no case may be interpreted as a partial or complete waiver of rights or possibility to implement these rights under this Agreement in the future.
12. AMENDMENTS AND SUBCONTRACTING
12.1. All amendments and additions to this Agreement can be made only by signing the annexes to the Agreement between the Client and the Service provider.
12.2. The rights under this Agreement cannot be transferred by any of the Parties unless agreed upon in writing with the opposing Party.
13. ARBITRATION WARNING
13.1. In case of need in resolving disputes related to this Agreement, the Parties will make efforts to resolve them by negotiation.
13.2. The claim (pre-trial) procedure for settling disputes is mandatory. Claims, replies to claims are sent to the opposite Party and must be considered within 10 days, otherwise it is considered that Party agreed with the claim.
13.3. In the event of failure to reach an agreement by negotiation, the Parties should refer the matter to the court. The law governing this Agreement is the substantive law of Bulgaria.
14. SANCTIONS AND CLAIMS
14.1. If the delay caused by the Service Provider is more than three calendar days, the Client has the right to terminate this Agreement unilaterally due to the loss of commercial interest. Under such conditions, payment advances received by the Service Provider from the Client should be reversed within 3 days since the receipt of such claim.
14.2. If, due to illegal actions by the Service Provider for the use of the intellectual property objects owned by third parties, the Client suffers losses in connection with the claims of the right holders, the Client has the right to apply to the Service Provider with a recourse claim for damages and/or to involve them as a joint defendant.
14.3. In case of violation by the Service Provider of the terms of the Agreement on non-competition, illegal use of intellectual property owned by the Client, incl. transfer to third parties and/or the disclosure of confidential information, the Client has the right to apply for the protection of his violated rights to the court in accordance with the Agreement.
15.1. Any notice given pursuant to this Agreement will be sufficiently given if it is in writing and delivered personally, or sent by prepaid post, facsimile or electronic mail to the other Party to the address specified in this Agreement or any other address informed to the other Party in writing.
16.1. The official text of the Agreement is written in English.
16.2. The Parties consent to processing of their personal data solely for the purpose and within the limits necessary for the implementation of the Agreement and the reflection of the economic transaction in accounting.
16.3. The Party having personal data of the other Party is required to take the necessary actions to protect such personal data from unauthorized access.
16.4. In case of residential address change, change in the details of the Party, such Party should inform the opposing Party in advance, otherwise the fulfillment of the obligation will be carried out on the previously informed details and it will not be considered a violation of the Agreement.