16.1 Any termination of the service contract for any reason does not affect the rights or obligations of any of the contracting parties that might have existed prior to their termination. 7.1 Each party fully releases the other party and frees the other party from all losses, damages, claims, costs and expenses (including all full legal costs) incurred by one of the contracting parties or related to a violation of the service agreement by a party. 20.2 Nothing in the service agreement is a partnership, joint venture or agency relationship between the contracting parties for any purpose or the establishment of a partnership, joint venture or agency relationship. 9.2 The service contract is continued for the initial period and after, until it is terminated by one of the parties. Subject to Article 15, the contract can only be terminated by a contracting party who co-notifys in writing (“notification”) no later than 3 (three) months before the next anniversary of entry into force. The communication enters into force and the agreement is deemed terminated on the next anniversary of its entry into force. 6.3 Any limitation of liability under the service agreement does not apply to restricting or limiting the liability of a party in the event of death or injury caused by its negligence, or if this would be contrary to existing legislation. A party to the service agreement may, in whole or in part, surrender or transfer its rights or obligations under this agreement only with the prior written agreement of the other agreement, which cannot be disproportionately retained. “effective date,” the date on which services begin, in accordance with the service agreement, or any other date that can be agreed in writing by the parties. 2.1 EDI makes the Services available to the Subscriber under the terms of the service agreement, which includes these Terms and Conditions. 21.2 A notification is sent to a party`s address, as defined in the service contract.
However, if the contracting party has notified in writing to the party replacing it with another address for the service or notification of communications under the service delivery contract, the notification is sent to that address. 10.6 In order for EDI to comply with the provisions of this agreement, and in particular the EDIs covered in point 2.2 and this clause 10, may not perform or designate an appropriate and qualified external party (“the examiner”) more than once in twelve (12) months and after at least sixty (60) days in advance in writing and during normal opening hours (“the examiner”) to conduct a check on the use of data by a subscriber (the audit). The review also takes place on the subscriber`s premises, which the subscriber has deemed, in agreement with the EDI, the most appropriate location for the examination. The scope of the audit is limited to a demonstration of all databases and/or products and/or services (“subscriber products”) in which the data is used by the subscriber and a demonstration of incoming data management processes, including monitoring their distribution within the subscriber to determine how the data is used (“demonstrations”). The sole purpose of the demonstrations is to prove to the examiner that there was no breach of the authorized internal use requirement. 10.8 EDI`s audit rights are exercised at all times in accordance with the information industry`s standards of good practice. These include minimal disruption to subscriber activities and meet subscriber security and privacy requirements.