Curriculum Agreement

8.2 Resignation for convenience. Any party may terminate this contract after informing the other party in writing, for 30 days, that it has terminated without justification. The parties operate in good faith for the 30 days following an unjustified termination period. If the CLIENT terminates this contract, the CLIENT is responsible for all costs and charges incurred by CONSULTANT, but which are not yet paid at the time of termination. 9.2 Exclusive Remedy. In the event of non-compliance with the BABY PLANNER guarantees covered by Section 6.1 of this agreement, the exclusive recourse of the customer and the full responsibility of BABY PLANNER consist that BABY PLANNER make economically appropriate efforts to enforce the above guarantees to the contents of BABY PLANNER. In the event that, at BABY PLANNER`s sole discretion, baby planner finds that a service change cannot be provided within a reasonable time after the Customer has notified of such non-compliance, the Customer may terminate the contract. IN NO EVENT SHALL BABY PLANNER ARE FOR MORE THAN THE TOTAL AMOUNT PAID UNDER THIS CONTRACT. 5.1 General bonds. (i) “confidential information,” any information or material belonging to a party, whether confidential, restricted, proprietary or with a similar name, and contains all the information that that party receives from third parties and that it deals with property or confidential information, whether or not it is held by such a party. The confidential information provided by the consultant includes the terms and conditions of this agreement, their pricing and service methods. (ii) The confidential information of each party remains the property of that party, unless the other provisions of this agreement expressly provide for something else.

Unless otherwise stated in this Agreement, confidential information is treated confidentially by the other party to the same extent and at least in the same manner as that party. Neither party will disclose, publish, disclose, transfer or provide the other party`s confidential information without the consent of the other party without the consent of the other party. Each party will do at least the same diligence to prevent the other party`s confidential information from being disclosed to third parties who use it to avoid disclosure, publication or unauthorized disclosure of its own information of the same nature, but, in all cases, no less than a degree of due diligence. However, each party will have the right to disclose the relevant aspects of the other party`s confidential information to its executives, agents, subcontractors and employees, as well as to the executives, agents, subcontractors and employees of its related companies, as long as such disclosure is appropriate to the fulfilment of its obligations and obligations under this agreement and the party that has entered into this confidential information in accordance with the appropriate agreement for the protection of such information in accordance with this agreement. (iii) Notwithstanding the above, the obligations set out in this point 3.01 do not apply to information that is developed (a) by the other party without infringing on the property rights of the public party, (b) is or is made public (except by unauthorized advertising), (c) is made public by the owner of that information, d) is already known to that party without an obligation of secrecy other than that of this agreement or an obligation of secrecy to be known. are concluded between the client and the advisor or is received legally by a party without any obligation of secrecy.

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