STAMFORD TRADING TECHNOLOGIES, LP.
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Terms of Use

The present Terms of Use (hereinafter referred to as the Terms) define the procedure and the conditions of use of the materials on the corporate website (hereinafter referred to as the Website) and of the services provided by Stamford Trading Technologies Company, LP., registered at Office 29, Clifton House, Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Dublin 2, D02 XT91 (hereinafter referred to as the Company) and are drawn up on the basis of international legislation as a public offer addressed to the general public. The official language of all the materials on the Website, as well as any Company’s public documents is English. In the case of any discrepancies in any local language versions the English version of relevant documents and/or pages of the Website are to be treated as original.

Please, read the present Terms and Conditions carefully. By accessing any page of the Website or using the Company’s services, you acknowledge that you have read, taken into account and agreed to comply with the conditions described, and it should unequivocally be considered as the acceptance of the offer.

1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

1.1. The present Terms and Conditions are an integral part of the Company's Website, as well as all the public documents, based on which, the Company provides services of any nature to its clients. Those documents, in particular, include: Privacy Policy, Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism Policy, and other official documents published on the Website.

1.2. Using the Company’s services, or otherwise interacting with it, the Client agrees in full to all the terms and provisions of all the public documents. In the case that the Client does not agree to any of the provisions (sections) of the Company’s public documents, they are to cease any relationship with the Company immediately.

1.3. The present Terms and Conditions define the rights and obligations of the parties involved (the Company, the clients, the third parties), which arise at the moment when the information materials of any type and format, published by the Company on its official Website, which is publicly available at the address http://stamford-systems.com/, are transmitted, forwarded or broadcast, or published in any other manner.

1.4. In accordance with the provisions of the present Terms and Conditions, legal entities or individuals receiving information from the Company's Website, located at the above address, or by written communication with the Company via email, and using that information in any way are deemed to be the users of the information.

1.5. The Company logo and the corporate Website design style, as well as any materials in textual (or other) form are the intellectual property of the Company and are protected by the relevant provisions of the law.

1.6. The copyright to the materials published on the Website of the Company by third parties is protected by the laws of the authors’ countries as well as by international laws;

2. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES

2.1. When using the information published on the Company’s Website or transmitted (published) by any other means, including, but not limited to, written communication via email, as well as when using any services of the Company, the client shall:

2.1.1. Provide complete, reliable, relevant personal information (within the scope necessary to identify the client). In the event of change of the personal information (change of the address, the name or the last name, the telephone number or other personal registration information), the client shall duly notify the Company.

2.1.2. The client shall take all the necessary measures to ensure the security of any information received by them while using the Company Website or its services.

2.1.3. The client shall comply with the existing international and national laws regulating legal relationship in the area of copyright and intellectual property protection.

2.1.4. The client may not take any actions that could affect regular operation of the Company Website, its individual functions, or cause their operation to stop. The client’s attempts to automatically collect personal information, or information belonging to third parties, as well as automatic registration, are prohibited.

2.1.5. In accordance with applicable law and the public documents of the Company, the client is fully and solely responsible for any illegal actions taken by them in relation to the Company’s Website or the Company itself.

2.2. When using the information provided by the Company, the Client shall be entitled to:

2.2.1. Choose any piece of information published on the Website by the Company or transmitted by other means for the Client’s personal needs and in its sole discretion.

2.2.2. Use any piece of information for their personal needs to the extent that does not breach this Agreement.

3. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE COMPANY

3.1. Providing information and/or services to the clients by any means and via any channel, or by openly publishing accessible information, the Company shall:

3.1.1. Take all possible measures so that the published information could be up to date, accurate, complete, timely and useful.

3.1.2. By regulating the scope, the structure and the quality of publicly accessible information or information periodically forwarded via secure communication channels, primarily act in the clients’ best interests.

3.2. Providing information and/or services to the Clients by any means and via any channel, or by openly publishing accessible information, the Company may:

3.2.1. Regulate, add, change the structure and the quality of any piece of information, in its sole discretion.

3.2.2. Introduce or discontinue services offered on the Company Website, restrict the access to those services at its discretion.

3.2.3. At its discretion make decisions on the provision of publicly available information (via public channels) or confidential information (via secure communication channels used jointly with the systems restricting unauthorized access).

3.2.4. Independently make decisions on the price of the information and/or services, as well as on the access (subscription) to any service, located on the Company's Website. In particular, the Company has the right to charge extra fees for the use of certain types of information or services.

4. LIABILITY OF THE PARTIES

4.1. The official Company Website, including all the software used on the Company Website (graphic, audio, video and text contents) is available for use “as is”. The Company does not guarantee that the Website or its services will meet specific demand or expectations of individual users. The Company does not guarantee that any (expected, anticipated or probable) results will be achieved by using the Website and/or any particular services.

4.2. The parties become liable under the current legislation upon establishing the relationship regulated by the present Terms.

5. AMENDMENTS AND ADDITIONS

5.1. The Company reserves the right to make changes and additions to the present Terms and Conditions. In particular, it may take place in the event of situations not described, directly or indirectly, in the current version of the present Terms or in the event of a new law, imposing the obligation to make certain changes and/or additions.

5.2. The Company treats the objectives associated with the continuous and timely provision of proper information support as well as of the access to information services for the clients as the matter of honor. However, in the case that any conditions, which are beyond the Company’s control arise, reaching the above objectives can become problematic or impossible.

5.3. Any disputes arising under the present Terms and Conditions shall be resolved in accordance with the current legislation and the public documents of the Company.