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Public offer contract Lcmbroker LLC
1. General provisions
1.1. LCMBROKER LLC ,"Contractor", in accordance with article 437 of the civil code of the Russian Federation publishes this Public offer on the terms of customs clearance and delivery to the territory of the Russian Federation, paid "Buyers" of goods on Internet sites.
1.2. In accordance with article 438 of the civil code " Buyer" to place your Order on the website
for the delivery of goods to the territory of the Russian Federation fully and unreservedly agrees with the terms of this Agreement.
2. Subject of the contract
2.1. The contractor meets the goods in the territory of the Russian Federation, provides services in customs clearance, arranges delivery of goods arriving to "Buyers".
3. Order registration
3.1. Ordering of services in delivery and customs clearance of goods shall be made by "Buyer" to the Internet site
3.2. When ordering, the "Buyer" agrees with the conditions of processing and transfer of personal data the Contractor and its contractors for the performance of obligations under this Agreement for an unlimited period.
3.3. "Buyer" is responsible for the accuracy of the information provided when ordering on the website
4. Terms and conditions of order execution
4.1. Delivery times depend on the chosen method of delivery. Delivery time is from 1 to 37 calendar days from the date of release for domestic consumption on the territory of the Russian Federation.
4.2. "Buyer" certifies that the goods ordered are intended solely for personal consumption. "Buyer" acknowledges that he is aware of all conditions of import and customs clearance of goods in Russia and the existing exemptions from payment of customs duties, taxes and fees when importing goods.
4.3. "Buyer" may cancel an Order prior to dispatch of the Goods.
4.4. Cost of services for customs clearance and arrange delivery of "Buyers" on the territory of the Russian Federation shall be calculated in accordance with the applicable tariffs.
4.5. In the case of providing the "Buyer" false information about his contact data, the Contractor is taking all steps to ascertain the correct data. If the correct information has failed, the goods stored in the warehouse of a Performer according to the tariffs of the corresponding storage warehouse LCMBROKER LLC or a third party, which LCMBROKER LLC has the right to involve in execution of the order on the territory of the Russian Federation.
5. Payment terms for shipping
5.1. "Buyer" has the right to open the delivered goods only after payment to the provider.
5.2. In case of refusal of the "Buyer" from obtaining the goods and/or payment of the Contractor's services in accordance with article 359 of the civil code the Contractor shall be entitled to possession of the goods before execution by the "Buyer" of his obligations, and after 10 days of storage, the Contractor shall be entitled to dispose of the goods at its discretion. The cost of storage will be charged according to the tariffs of the corresponding storage warehouse LCMBROKER LLC or a third party, which LCMBROKER LLC has the right to involve in execution of the order on the territory of the Russian Federation.
5.3. All claims for quality, quantity, assortment of goods, the "Buyer" alone makes the seller of the goods. Returns are made at the expense of the "Buyer".
6. Rights, duties and responsibilities
6.1. The contractor is responsible for the territory of the Russian Federation for the loss, theft, or product damage during the delivery process in the amount of its cost, but not exceeding 25 (twenty five) Euros per kg and no more than 50 (fifty) Euros per Shipment if no additional insurance.
6.2. The contractor shall be entitled to involve third parties for performance of obligations under this agreement, remaining responsible for their actions before the "Buyer".
6.3. All disputes are resolved in court in the court of General jurisdiction at the location of the "Contractor". This agreement is governed by the substantive law of the Russian Federation.
"Contractor": LCMBROKER LLC Russia, 121059, Moscow, Berezhkovskaya naberezhnaya, h. 38, bld. 1 INN 7727709459, KPP 773001001 OGRN 1107746045000
Public offer contract MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.
1.1. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P., a company registered in accordance with the law of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland at ½ 35 Taits Lane, Dundee, DD2 1DZ, Scotland, Great Britain shall accept goods for transportation and provide services in accordance with the standard terms and conditions outlined herein (hereinafter referred to as “Terms and Conditions”).
1.2. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. does no operate under generally accepted terms, only accepting cargo and providing transportation services on the Terms and Conditions outlined herein. The Customer shall be responsible for ensuring the cargo conforms to the types of goods transported by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. as well as for the adequacy of the packaging and the accuracy of information about what is contained in the packages. The Customer should pay special attention to Article 5 of these Terms and Conditions that stipulates that MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. does not transport hazardous banned or restricted goods.
1.3. These Terms and Conditions shall go into effect on the date MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. receives an order for the transportation of goods and/or provision of services. Placing an order with MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or sending MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. a request for the transportation of goods and/or provision of services shall be regarded as acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.
1.4. In accordance with what is stipulated below, these Terms and Conditions apply to all goods transported by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and to all services provided by it, except for the other terms and conditions that include, inter alia, terms and conditions that may apply to a specific purchase order, receipt, transportation of cargo by truck as well as to other goods that state authorities that regulate transportation of cargo by air and by truck may regard as hazardous under applicable law, statutory acts and/or regulations or such goods that MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or its subcontractors may not transport due to restrictions imposed by air carriers.
1.5. Agents or employees of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may not amend these Terms and Conditions in any way unless they have been authorised to do so by the CEO of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.. In this case any such amendments shall only go into effect after they have been executed in writing and signed.
2. DEFINITIONS 2.1. These Terms and Conditions rely on the following key definitions:
2.1.1. “Customer” is a natural person, a company or another legal entity that enters into a contract with MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. to have its goods/cargo transported or to buy other services from MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P..
2.1.2. “Contract” means a contract for the transportation of goods or the provision of other services entered into by and between MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and a Customer. These Terms and Conditions constitute an integral part of any such contract.
2.1.3. “Cargo” means all the consignments of goods shipped together by or for the same Customer.
2.1.4. “Hazardous goods” are goods classified as hazardous in the Rules for the 2009 Transportation of Hazardous Goods and Use of Mobile Equipment operated under Pressure, the 2009 Rules for Handling Chemical Substances (Information about Hazards and Packaging), the 2011 revision of the Rules for the Transportation of Hazardous Goods and Use of Mobile Equipment operated under Pressure, the 1083 Rules for the Classification and Marking of Explosives, as well as any goods classified as hazardous materials, hazardous or banned goods, or restricted goods by the International Air Transport Association, the International Civil Aviation Organisation, the European Rules for the Road Transportation of Hazardous Cargo as well as any other goods that state authorities regulating air and road transport regard as hazardous under applicable laws, statutory acts and/or regulations or such goods that MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or any of its subcontractors are not authorised to transport due to restrictions imposed by air carriers.
2.1.5. “Banned goods” are goods banned from being imported, exported, transported and/or used in accordance with the applicable law or other statutory acts of state authorities or local governments in any country where carriage, transportation or storage are to take place.
2.1.6. “A consignment of goods” is any consignment of goods that MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. must transport at the request of the Customer.
2.1.7. “Restricted goods” include tobacco products, works of art, jewellery, cash, items made from glass, any securities, cheques or vouchers that have a nominal value, precious metals, antiques, non-food cattle products, fir and other valuables, wines, beer, alcoholic beverages, live or dead animals, fish, birds and other live organisms of any kind, frozen or perishable food stuffs or items, cosmetics (no more than 100 ml per consignment carried by air), counterfeit products, military grade or civilian firearms, other types of weapons, consignments whose length exceeds one metre (or the length of any one side of which exceeds one metre) as well as any other goods classified by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. as restricted goods.
2.1.8. “Taxes and duties” mean any types of taxes, duties, import and customs tariffs as well as any other fees or payments of any kind payable to government, treasury or state authority of any country (except for the income tax paid by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.).
2.1.9. “Third parties” are defined in article 13 of these Terms and Conditions.
2.1.10. “Transit” is defined in article 7 of these Terms and Conditions.
3. GENERAL PROVISIONS
3.1. On condition the Customer abides by these Terms and Conditions, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall arrange for the transportation of cargo agreed between MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and the Customer or provide other services agreed upon by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and the Customer (taking into account any relevant obligations). Unless agreed otherwise, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall only be responsible for the acceptance and delivery of the cargo to the address specified as the destination.
3.2. These Terms and Conditions apply to any agreement between MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and the Customer with regards to the transportation of cargo or provision of services while the Customer is assumed to have been familiarised with these Terms and Conditions if and as soon as the Customer has placed an order with MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or accepted its offer to transport cargo or provide services.
3.3. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may revise these Terms and Conditions from time to time and its Customers are advised to regularly check MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.’s website to make sure that they have the latest version of these Terms and Conditions. However, revisions of the Terms and Conditions do not apply to contracts entered into prior to such revisions being made.
3.4. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may at any time check the cargo/goods to ensure their conformance to these Terms and Conditions and to make sure they can be delivered to the country of destination using the standard procedures used by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. without violating any customs regulations, declaration of transportation rules or any other applicable laws.
3.5. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. must, if necessary, sign a document drafted by the consignor to confirm the receipt of the cargo/goods for the provision of other services, however such a document shall not serve as confirmation of the Terms and Conditions or the adequacy of the type, quantity and weight of the cargo specified at the time of its acceptance by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P..
3.6. When placing an order to buy goods from or have them delivered by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.’s partners and signing a shipping document after receipt of an express delivery, the Customer thereby authorises MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.’s carrier to deliver the goods and get them cleared through customs, appointing MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. as its agent and representative for the international carriage and customs clearance of the cargo.
4. PARTIES AND SUBCONTRACTORS
4.1. If the Customer is not the owner of the goods being transported or stored or is not the owner of any portion of said goods, the Customer shall be regarded as an agent of the owner/owners in all senses of the word agent and if anyone should express interest in the goods, the Customer shall act as a properly authorised agent. The Customer hereby warrants and represents that it has all the necessary rights, licenses and permits to authorise MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and its subcontractors to transport, store, forward, import and deliver the goods at the Customer’s request.
4.2. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may contract any third parties in the course of performance of its obligations under the Contract. Any such third party may assign its obligations under its contract with MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.. However, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall be liable for any action or inaction of its subcontractors that violate these Terms and Conditions, in accordance with Articles 9 and 10 of these Terms and Conditions.
5. BANNED GOODS
5.1. Under article 5.2 of these Terms and Conditions MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall accept any of the following goods for transportation:
5.1.1. Hazardous goods.
5.1.2. Restricted or flammable goods.
5.1.3. Banned goods.
5.2. The Customer may only include restricted goods in the cargo if the CEO MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. has notified the Customer in writing that such goods can be accepted for transportation as part of a specific consignment.
6. OBLIGATIONS AND WARRANTIES OF THE CUSTOMER
6.1. The Customer must make cargo available to MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. at the agreed time and place, ensuring safe and reliable pickup conditions for MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P..
6.2. The Customer shall be responsible for loading the cargo onto MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.’s vehicle at the pickup location. If the Customer fails to perform this obligation MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall not be responsible for the delivery of the cargo, although MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may help the Customer load the cargo. However, in this latter case the Customer shall be liable to MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and shall compensate it for any losses, damages or financial liability that may result from MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. loading the Customer’s cargo.
6.3. The Customer hereby warrants and represents that:
6.3.1. All the goods have been properly packaged, marked and have all the necessary shipping documents (including, where necessary, shipping documents required by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.) while the markings contain the full postal address or other information about the consignee the goods are intended for.
6.3.2. The Customer will not attempt to have MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. deliver any hazardous, restricted or banned goods, except for cases provided for in clause 5.2.
6.3.3. The Customer will accurately fill in all the documentation and abide by all customs requirements that MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. needs to meet to transport, export, import and deliver the cargo.
7. TRANSIT, UNCLAIMED AND UNDELIVERED GOODS
7.1. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall be responsible for cargo only during its transit. In the context of these Terms and Conditions transit commences when the cargo is handed over to MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or its authorised subcontractor either at the pickup location or on the premises of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P..
7.2. Transit completes (unless agreed otherwise in advance) when the cargo is handed over to the consignee at the destination specified on the consignment of the cargo. If for whatever reason the cargo is kept by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. ‘pending an order’ or ‘until pickup’ or until further instructions are received and no such instructions are forthcoming or the cargo is never picked up within a reasonable period of time, the transit shall be considered to have been completed. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. stores such deliveries while all the associated risks are borne exclusively by the Customer while they get disposed of in accordance with article 14 of these Terms and Conditions. Cargo is considered to have been handed over for shipping and MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or its authorised subcontractor makes the delivery to the specified address in a way that is normally used by carriers at the destination the cargo is to be delivered to. For example, if according to local custom a delivery can be left outside the territory of the consignee or the delivery cannot be physically handed over to the consignee the delivery shall be regarded to have been completed when the package is left outside the consignee’s territory.
7.3. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may transport cargo in any way and along any route as long as the time taken to transport cargo along said routes does not significantly affect the delivery deadline.
7.4. If for whatever reason MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. is unable to deliver the cargo or have it delivered to the specified destination:
7.4.1. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. must make every effort to get in touch with the Customer to get an alternative address to deliver the cargo to in the country that the cargo I sin at the moment.
7.4.2. If MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. cannot get in touch with the Customer within a reasonable amount of time or the Customer fails to provide an alternative destination address within a reasonable period of time MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may dispose of the cargo/goods in accordance with article 14 hereof. Prior to selling or destroying the cargo under article 14 hereof, all the risks regarding the cargo/goods shall transfer to the Customer.
8. PRICES AND PAYMENT
8.1. The Customer must pay the full price for the delivery and other services provided by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.. However, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may demand payment from the consignor or consignee if they are Customers or from any other person who may be responsible for paying for such services.
8.2. The Customer shall pay MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. for the services by the deadline specified in the invoice issued by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or within a different period of time that the Parties must agree on in writing. If no other period of time is agreed within which payment is to be made, payments are to be made within 7 days of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. issuing an invoice. Payment is also possible in a personal account with a bank card after the service is completed.
8.3. If payment under a contract is delayed without detriment to the other rights and legal protection rights, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may freeze the Customer’s account and/or demand that the Customer pay a penalty that is a percentage of the delayed payment using the rate applied in such cases under applicable law. The interest shall be accrued on a daily basis starting with the date when the payment was supposed to have been made and until the date the debt is actually paid off.
8.4. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may demand that the Customer pay in advance.
8.5. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may offset any debt the Customer owes it against any debt MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. owes the Customer (regardless of the nature of such debts). The Customer may not offset its debt to MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. against any debt MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. owes it. In addition, if MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. is owed any money under any contracts MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may suspend performance of such contracts until the Customer pays off its debt.
8.6. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may at any time increase the price of transportation and other services as necessary by notifying the Customer in writing at least 7 business days in advance, citing the reasons for the increase such as increased fuel costs, license fees, labour costs etc.
8.7. All fees payable by the Customer are subject to VAT and other taxes and duties required by law.
8.8. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall pay all taxes and duties on the export/import of the cargo during transit unless the Parties agree otherwise. If a tax or duty must be paid on such transit:
8.8.1. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. must pay all such taxes or duties on its own acting as an authorised agent of the Customer while the Customer must compensate MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. for all such payments plus a 2% processing fee for the payment of the taxes and duties.
8.8.2. Regardless of whether the goods are being delivered to the specified address or not, immediately after receiving an invoice from MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. for the taxes and duties paid the Customer must pay the invoice in full within 7 days of receiving it or within a different period of time agreed with MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P..
8.8.3. If the Customer fails to perform the obligations specified above, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may dispose of the goods as per article 14 hereof.
8.9. If the goods are not ready for pickup by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. at the agreed place and time MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall invoice the Customer for ‘failed pickup’ at the fees used by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P..
9. LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE
9.1. Under these Terms and Conditions as well as in accordance with articles 6, 10, 11 and 13 hereof MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall not be liable for the loss or damage of the cargo or other failure to abide by these Terms and Conditions if such breach results from:
9.1.1. The Customer or the consignee does not pick up the delivery within the agreed period of time;
9.1.2. The goods have not been properly packed, marked or addressed, the wrong or no postal code has been specified.
9.1.3. The Customer violates any of the warranties and representations outlined in article 6 hereof.
9.1.4. Goods made from porcelain, glass, ceramic, clay or other similar materials get destroyed or damaged as a result of failure by the Customer to properly describe the contents of the package and/or wrap and package the goods properly to prevent such breakages or destruction.
9.1.5. Goods containing liquids in any form or containers containing liquids get damaged or destroyed or some of the liquid leaks out as a result of failure by the Customer to properly describe the contents of the package and/or wrap and package the goods properly to prevent such breakages or destruction.
9.1.6. Any other action or inaction by the Customer or owner of the cargo or agents of the owners of the cargo.
9.1.7. The goods are liable to lose volume or weight, the goods have hidden or internal defects or natural wear and tear, depreciation, moth, parasites or any effects of cleaning, paining or restoration and
9.1.8. The goods are confiscated after a court hearing or fail to go through customs.
9.2. In addition, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall not be liable in any way for any cargo or goods in the event of:
9.2.1. Fraud perpetrated by the Customer or the owner of the goods or agents of the owner.
9.2.2. When the cargo is not in transit.
10. LIMITATIONS AND INAPPLICABILITY OF LIABILITY
10.1. According to articles 6, 10.3, 11 and 13 of these Terms and Conditions, within the extent allowed by applicable law, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.’s total liability (under the contract, for civil violations, negligence etc.) for the loss or damage of any cargo as well as for any other violation of these Terms and Conditions on the basis and with regard to any contract shall be limited to the minimum amount of those listed below:
10.1.1. Declared value of the cargo.
10.1.2. 25 (twenty five) Euro per kilogram, but not more than 50 (fifty) Euro for one Shipment; 10.1.3. If any or all of (i) the May 1956 Convention on International Road Transit of Cargo (in the current revision), (ii) the 1929 Warsaw Convention (in the current revision), and/or the 1999 Mingrel Convention (current revision) allow MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. to limit its liability for a dispute loss or damage to the amount specified in the convention in accordance with any applicable national law that takes into account the aforementioned conventions.
10.2. Despite clause 10.1. hereof but in accordance with clause 10.3. hereof, MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. must not under any circumstances (unless it is a requirement of one of the Conventions) be held liable to the Customer for any of the following (under a contract or as a civil offence etc.):
10.2.1. any indirect loss or damage of any kind (including but not limited to damage to reputation or loss of business opportunity), or
10.2.2. any lost opportunity, benefit or future customers, lost contracts, lost profit, lost revenue or any unnecessary expenditure (regardless of whether such losses or damage were direct or indirect).
10.3. No provisions of these Terms and Conditions must rule out or limit the liability of any party to the other for the death or damage to the health resulting from negligence or any other liability that cannot be discharged or limited by law.
11. CLAIMS AND COMPENSATIONS
11.1. The Customer must notify MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. about nay loss or damage by filing a claim within 14 days of the start of the transit by sending MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. a written notice within 30 days of the start of the transit. If the Customer cannot abide by this requirement MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. cannot be held liable for any losses or damages unless the Customer can prove that:
11.1.1. The Customer really had no way to notify MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. or file a claim in writing within the limited period of time and
11.1.2. such claim or claim was compiled within a reasonable period of time.
11.2. IN the event of a claim about damage to the cargo the Customer must make sure that the cargo or its consignment in question (regardless on the circumstances) and its packaging are retained for an examination at the destination location or are made available for inspection by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P..
12. COMPENSATION OF LOSSES BY THE CUSTOMER
12.1. The Customer must compensate MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. for losses from:
12.1.1. any unintended action, unintended negligence, unintended error in any of the information provided by the Customer, consignor or consignee or any of their employees or agents.
12.1.2. Claims, complaints of any kind regarding loss or damage caused to banned and/or illegal goods in transit.
12.1.3. Claims or complaints of any kind about loss or damage caused to goods filed by the Customer and/or any third party in addition to or in excess of the liability of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. as defined herein.
12.1.4. Any claims, fines or penalties paid by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. to customs, state or regulatory authorities as a result of delivery of the cargo, including, but not limited to claims filed by the UK’s HM and Customs and/or by any authorised agency in charge of customs and excise duties regarding goods subject to such duties, and
12.1.5. Claims and complains filed by any third parties due to the Customer’s lack of authority to enter into contracts under these Terms and Conditions.
13. RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES
13.1. The Customer hereby recognises and agrees that the provisions of articles 4, 6, 9, 10, 11 and 12 hereof apply to members of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. and its employees, subcontractors and agents (hereinafter referred to as Third Parties). Consequently any reference to MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. found in Articles 4, 6, 9, 10, 11 and 12 equally applies to such third parties.
13.2. Each and any third party may exercise any of the rights granted to it under these Terms and Conditions under direct contracts with the Customer. In addition these Terms and Conditions can also be exercised by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. either on its own behalf or on behalf of such third parties as their agent or authorised representative.
14. RIGHT TO ARREST PROPERTY AND DISPOSE OF GOODS UNTIL PAYMENT OF DEBT
14.1 MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may hold on to the goods it has been charged with delivering until the Customer paid off all its debt to MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.. In this case MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. would be acting in accordance with these Terms and Conditions to cover its expenses.
14.2. If the debt owed MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. with regard to which it can arrest property until repayment is not repaid within a reasonable amount of time after the start of the transit MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. may:
14.2.1. Sell the goods privately or through an auction and use the proceeds from the sale to cover the debt, notifying the Customer of any remaining debt if any, or
14.2.2. Destroy the goods in accordance with article 14.2.1. hereof if selling them is deemed unreasonable or unprofitable by MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P.. In this case the sale or destruction of the goods shall release MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. from all obligations regarding the goods in question. The Customer shall in this case compensate MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. for any claims laid by third parties as a result of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. exercising its state rights in accordance with article 14 hereof.
15. FORCE MAJEURE
15.1. MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. shall be released from its obligations to perform the contract if it has been rendered incapable to perform its contractual obligations by mass riots, war, invasion, hostilities, terror attacks, taking of hostages or hijacking of aeroplanes, civil unrest, premeditated causing of harm, rebellion, revolution, coup, fires, extreme weather conditions, earthquakes, floods, thunderstorms, other natural disasters, pandemics, labour disputes, violations of labour regulations, delays caused by government action, actions of state authorities or local self-government authorities, actions of customs, government or supervisory authorities, including the customs authorities of any country the goods are being delivered to as well as any other circumstances that MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. has no control over and to avoid any doubt all fees payable to MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. must be paid in full under such circumstances without detriment to the rights of MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P., the contract shall be considered impossible to perform under common law.
16.1. If any of the articles of these Terms and Conditions becomes void for any reason, it has to be removed without affecting the validity of the rest of the Terms and Conditions.
17. INTERPRETATION AND JURISDICTION
17.1. The Contract and these Terms and Conditions are to be interpreted in accordance with UK law while the parties to the Contract hereby recognise the authority of the courts of England and Wales. Any mention of any legal provision in these Terms and Conditions refers to the latest revision of said provision.
MAXBRIDGE LOGISTICS L.P. Registration number: SL25069 ½ 35 Taits Lane, Dundee, DD2 1DZ, Scotland, Great Britain
Consent for the processing of personal data LLC "LCM Broker"
I, in accordance with paragraph 1 of Art. 9 of the RF Law of July 27, 2006 No. 152-FZ "On Personal Data" I give OOO "LMBROKER", located at the address: 121059, Moscow, Berezhkovskaya nab.38 p.1, consent to the processing of my personal data by any lawfully permitted method.
Consent refers to the processing of the following personal data:
Date and place of birth.
Addresses of registration at the place of residence and actual residence.
Phone numbers: home and mobile.
Data processing should be carried out in order to:
Ensuring compliance with the requirements established by the Customs Law of the Customs Union.
Customs declaration of goods for personal use in accordance with the declared customs procedure.
Performing customs operations related to the placement of goods for temporary storage, placing goods under customs procedures in accordance with the requirements of the Customs Code of the Customs Union, as well as export from the customs territory of the customs union.
Submission of a customs declaration to the customs authority.
Exercise of customs control in respect of goods for personal use.
This consent is valid from the date of its signing until the day of withdrawal in writing.
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