Webinar Agreement Pdf

10.4 Previous agreements. This contract replaces all previous contracts, neither express nor tacit, between the supplier and the customer that are terminated by mutual agreement from the date of entry into force. 5.4 It is an explicit clause of this agreement that the customer informs the supplier of the number of authorized users who must access the Webbinaires event and Webbinaires materials. Fees depend on the number of users allowed. If the number changes, the customer must notify the supplier immediately and pay the supplier the additional amount owed. In the event that the customer does not inform the supplier of the exact number of authorized users, the supplier is entitled to consider such a breach as a substantial breach of contract and to immediately terminate that contract and to sue the customer for any direct and subsequent damages suffered by the supplier resulting from the breach suffered by the customer, including the supplier`s legal fees. On the other hand, individual authorized users send a separate email with webinars@lexisnexis.co.uk requirements to process the order. The client wants to use the provider`s services to provide webinar services for the one-hour recorded topic streams of seminars available for 12 months from the date of the first online publication. By accepting the services, the customer agrees to either be bound by the terms and conditions of your subscription agreement with the provider, or, if you have purchased a single webinar, the terms contained in that agreement (the « contract »). 6.1 The supplier may terminate the contract in writing or suspend the performance of all its obligations or obligations under it without delay and without any liability for damages or damages if: (a) the client/agent does not fulfil any of its obligations under this contract or agreement or additional act, and the defect (if it can be remedied) was not resolved 30 days after the customer`s request by the supplier`s written notification; (b) the client is dying, bankrupting, having an order of receipt against him, entering into an agreement with his creditors in general, or taking or undergoing a similar act as a result of debts; (c) the customer has been guilty of any action that discredits the supplier or which, in the reasonable opinion of the supplier, prejudices the supplier`s interests; or (d) the customer claims to affect the burden or benefits or charge for the benefits of this contract.

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