The Company shall and shall provide the Services in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and shall do so: it retains the rights to create all materials, data and similar objects of origin established by the Company under this Agreement, in connection with the Services under this Agreement. All services and software used by the company are at all times the exclusive property of the company and, under no circumstances, does the customer have any interest or right to ownership of such materials or software. The customer acknowledges that the company may use and modify existing materials for the benefit of the customer and that the customer has no rights to such materials. If you are looking for a document that provides for the transfer of IpR, read the standard version of these terms and conditions in the contracts of the website. 16. This Agreement (together with all declarations of work) constitutes the complete and exclusive agreement between the parties with respect to the subject matter to which it relates and supersedes all prior correspondence, agreements and understandings. 9. Payment 9.1 The company invoices the customer on the basis of the corresponding schedule or factory declaration or, if the payment details are not specified, monthly delay. 9.2 The customer must receive all valid and duly submitted invoices no later than 30 days after or at other times indicated in the calendar or in the corresponding declaration of work. 9.3 If the customer does not pay an invoice until the due date of payment, the entity may, without prejudice to any other rights and remedies that may be conferred on it: 9.3.1, suspend the provision of the services until full payment, including all interest, is received; and/or 9.3.2 Calculate interest on the outstanding amount at the interest rate set by the Commercial Debt Payment Act, 1998 (Interest). 9.4 The procuring entity shall pay all invoices in full without compensation or deduction. 9.5 If the goods or services delivered are to be delivered in instalments, each delivery constitutes a separate contract and the inability of the company to supply one or more instalments in accordance with these conditions, or a claim by the customer in respect of one or more instalments, does not entitle the customer to reject the contract as a whole.
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