This is a template of Standard Terms and Conditions for professional services which is drafted in favour of the firm. The parties are deemed to have accepted them by transacting without signing.
This Terms and Conditions Agreement is a legal document that explains your rights and obligations as a user of the service of the Firm.
By forming a valid engagement between the Firm and the Client upon request by the Client for the services of the Firm, the Client:
agrees to be bound by any obligations regarding the Engagement stated in this Agreement including providing all information and documents that the Firm requires for proper and timely execution of the Engagement;
agrees the Firm may use (confidential) information and personal data provided by or on behalf of the Client.
This document is used by the Company to ensure that users of its services accept the terms and conditions for the website or mobile application before accessing the services.
This document should be read carefully by the Individual User and Company.
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If the firm accepts the request by the client and a binding contract for services subject to these terms and conditions, shall exist by when is the earlier of: -
a) we have received the written agreement regarding the Engagement duly signed by you and us; or
b) we have started performing the Engagement at your request.
At our first request, you shall provide all information and documentation that we need in order to comply with laws on the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing. We reserve the right to assess whether the identification and verification are in accordance with the above laws.