Terms and conditions for issuing an SSL certificates

1. Subject matter of the Contract

1.1. Under this Contract, the Vendor undertakes to provide agency services between the Customer and the Issuer by issuing an SSL certificate, after the Customer has ordered it and paid the prescribed fee.
1.2. The Customer agrees to the Vendor’s privacy policy ( consenting that his details and contact details are transferred to third parties participating in the administration of the SSL certificate. The aim is the proper execution of agency services.

2. Rates and payment procedure

2.1. The monthly fee for the issue of the SSL certificate is indicated in the invoice prepared for the Customer for payment.
2.2. The Customer must pay the fee to the Vendor no later than by the due date for payment indicated in the invoice. In the event of non-payment of the invoice by the due date, the Vendor shall have the right to charge an additional fee for the restoration of the suspended service.
2.3. The service parameters are specified on the website.
2.4. The Vendor reserves the right to review the rates by informing the Customer thereof not later than 1 (one) month before the next reporting period.
2.5. The Customer agrees to receive the notifications and invoices sent by the Vendor in electronic format.

3. Rights and obligations

3.1. Obligations of the Vendor:
3.1.1. Not later than within 3 (three) business days from the date of the implementation of the obligations referred to in Clauses 2.2 and 3.2.3 of the Contract, to submit to the Issuer, on behalf of the Customer, an electronic application for the issuance of an SSL certificate for the ordered period.
3.1.2. After the issue of the SSL certificate by the Issuer, to provide the public key of the SSL certificate to the Customer within 3 (three) business days at the latest.
3.1.3. No later than 7 (seven) calendar days before the expiry of the issued SSL certificate, to send to the email specified by the Customer an invoice for payment, indicating the amount referred to in Clause 2.1 of the Contract for the renewal of the SSL certificate.
3.2. Obligations of the Customer:
3.2.1. To provide correct Customer identification and contact information and inform about changes in a timely manner. At the request of the Vendor, to provide the documents confirming the accuracy of the information specified.
3.2.2. To preserve the login data provided by the Vendor.
3.2.3. Not later than within 1 (one) month from the implementation of the obligation referred to in Clause 2.2 of the Contract to provide the Vendor with all the data specified by the Vendor, necessary for the issuance of the SSL certificate.
3.2.4. To confirm the permission to use the specified domain as required by the issuer of the selected SSL certificate.
3.2.5. To agree to and comply with the terms and conditions of the issue of the SSL certificate.

4. Liability of the parties

4.1. The Vendor shall be liable for cases of failure to perform the obligations listed in Clause 3.1 of the contract provided it has been caused by the fault of the Vendor.
4.2. The Customer assumes full responsibility in case of disputes regarding the legality of the use of the SSL certificate.
4.3. Neither party shall be liable for the compensation of indirect damages to the other party to the Contract.

5. Validity of the Contract

5.1. The Contract is entered into for an unlimited period and shall become effective from the moment when the Customer places the order to the Vendor for the services listed in Clause 1.1 of the Contract and implement obligation listed in Clause 2.0 of the Contract.
5.2. The Contract shall be void if the Customer fails to perform at least one of the obligations assumed under it.
5.3. The Customer shall have the right to terminate the Contract unilaterally by informing the Vendor. In this case, the fees paid will not be refunded to the Customer.

6. Miscellaneous

6.1. Issues not regulated or agreed in the Contract shall be resolved by mutual agreement or in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.
6.2. Any disputes which the parties are unable to resolve in good faith shall be resolved in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.