1. General Information
EU Trademark Online (www.eutrademark.online) service is provided by Ipriq Ltd (Ipriq ). The user of this website must familiarise him/her with these site terms before using the website. By using this site you the user agree to the current terms and conditions and agree to abide by them.
2. User's rights and obligations
The user undertakes to comply with laws and good practices when using the site and the information and material contained in the site.
The user is responsible for the use of the site and for the costs (including attorney fees and government fees) incurred through services purchased on the site. The user is responsible for ensuring that he or she is entitled to represent, give assignments, and to make commitments on behalf of the company, which he represents.
The user agrees not to use the website for transmission of spam or other unauthorized communications. Likewise, the user undertakes not to use the site in any way that makes it difficult for other users to use the site, or collect or store personal data of other users. If the user does not comply with the aforesaid, he has no right to use the site.
The user has the right to use the information contained on the site for his own business activities only.
The user agrees not to market legal, attorney, or any other services on the discussion forums and comments sections on the site. The discussions must abide by Finnish laws and good practices. Ipriq reserves the right to remove posts and the comments from the site. Ipriq does not accept responsibility for texts or the consequences of texts written in comments or discussion forums on this site.
If the user violates these site terms, Ipriq has the right to terminate the provision of access to the site and to immediately cancel the user name. Violation of site terms can result in liability for damages to the users or to Ipriq. The user shall be liable for all direct and indirect damages caused by the violation to full extent.
The user must ensure the timeliness and suitability of the information provided on the site to the company's business situation.
3. The rights and obligations of Ipriq
EU Trademark Online is a trademark of Ipriq. Copyright and other intellectual property rights to the site, its content and materials belong to Ipriq. Their full or partial use, reproduction, modification, adaptation, citation, distribution, and other utilization without the prior written consent of Ipriq is prohibited.
Ipriq tries to ensure that the site is available without interruption. Ipriq is not however responsible for the site's uninterrupted availability, timely or error-free operations. Ipriq gives no warranty regarding to the site's security. Ipriq is not responsible for viruses, technical faults caused by maintenance or installation work, or interruptions, or any loss of data.
Ipriq aims that the website information is current, up to date and correct. However, Ipriq is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information, or its compatibility to any individual case. For the sake of readability and understandability some things may have been simplified or omitted, and there can be other relevant factors which are not mentioned on the site. Legal information on the site is of general nature, and do not necessarily suit an individual case. Ipriq is not responsible for any damage due to the fact that the user has done or omitted doing something based on the information or materials contained on the site or downloaded from the site. The user takes advantage of, and access the site at their own risk. Ipriq's liability does not exceed the amount charged for the services that the user has ordered from the site in that particular case.
Ipriq has the right to change the site terms at any time without liability. The current and applicable site terms are available on www.eutrademark.online/site-terms.html. It is the user's responsibility to stay up to date with these site terms.
5. Settlement of Disputes
Any disagreements relating to these site terms shall be settled by a single arbitrator in accordance with the Finnish Act on Arbitration Proceedings. The arbitrator shall be appointed by the Central Chamber of Commerce. The place of arbitration shall be Helsinki, Finland, the language of arbitration is Finnish, and the the proceedings will be exclusively governed by Finnish laws (with exception to its choice of law provisions).