8. Liability of the Parties
8.1. For non-performance or inappropriate performance of their obligations under the Agreement, the Parties shall be liable in accordance with the applicable laws of the Russian Federation and this Agreement.
8.2. The Customer shall be responsible for accuracy, relevance, completeness and compliance of the information provided during Registration with the legislation of the Russian Federation and ensure it is free from claims of third parties.
8.3. By registering on the Website, the Customer agrees to receive information messages to the e-mail address specified during Registration.
8.4. The Customer ensures the security of the login and password on his own, and is responsible for all actions undertaken upon Authorization. The Customer shall immediately notify the Contractor of any case of unauthorized access with his login and password and/or any security breach. Executor is not responsible for damages caused as a result of unauthorized access to the Customer's account on the Website.
8.5. If the Customer transfers the login and password to any third party, the Customer shall be fully responsible for the actions performed by this third party on the Website.
8.6. The Customer shall not violate, block or otherwise damage any means of security of the Website, other means preventing or limiting the use or copying of any information on the Website.
8.7. Violation by the Customer of the obligation specified in paragraph 4.1.2 of the Agreement is a violation of the Agreement, violation of the requirements for the protection of personal data, other information that is confidential, as well as the legally protected rights to the results of intellectual activity, the right holder of which is the Contractor, and may lead to the prosecution in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation.
8.8. The Contractor shall not be liable for interruptions in operation (including emergency, preventive) of the Website, for insufficient quality or speed of providing data, for full or partial loss of any data on the Website, or for causing any other losses occurred or may occur to the Customer while using the Website by the third parties.
8.9. The Parties are exempted from liability for full or partial failure to perform any of their obligations under this Agreement due to force majeure circumstances, such as flooding, fire, earthquake, adverse epidemiological situation (caused by the spread of new coronavirus infection (COVID-19), smallpox and/or other infection (disease) and restrictive measures taken in this regard), and in case of special operations, war and military actions or prohibitions of authorized state institutions, if the circumstances had a direct impact on the performance of obligations under this Agreement by the respective Party.
8.10. The Party affected by force majeure shall promptly, but not later than 14 (Fourteen) calendar days after the force majeure occurs, inform the other Party in writing of these circumstances and consequences thereof and shall take all possible measures to limit the negative impact caused by these force majeure circumstances as much as possible.
8.11. The Party affected by force majeure, must inform the other Party in writing of the end of these circumstances without delay, but no later than 7 (Seven) calendar days.
8.12. Failure to notify or late notification of the other Party, which is unable to fulfill its obligations under the Agreement, about the Force-Majeure Circumstances results in the loss of the right to refer to these circumstances.
8.13. If the responsible Party is released from liability for non-performance, untimely and/or improper performance of any unperformed obligation under the Agreement, this Party shall not be released from liability for performance of its other obligations not recognized as unperformable by the Parties under the Agreement.
8.14. If force majeure circumstances last for more than one month, any of the Parties is entitled to terminate the Agreement.
8.15. Parties have agreed that facts indicating force majeure circumstances shall be confirmed by force majeure certificates issued by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, documents issued by the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Russian Emergency Ministry (fire department), the meteorological (seismological) service and other competent authorities, and to confirm the facts defined in clause. 8.9 of the Agreement, a decision of a public authority (adopted acts at the federal and (or) regional level of the Russian Federation, imposing the relevant restrictions, prohibitions, etc, can be considered as evidence, including, but not limited to, acts of the Government of the Russian Federation, Rospotrebnadzor of the Russian Federation or Rospotrebnadzor Department in the Republic of Tatarstan, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Tatarstan) and media reports.