The company pays the affiliate a fee for these recommendations. 5.9 Force Majeure. A party is not obliged to fulfil its obligations contained therein if a situation of force majeure prevents it from doing so. Force majeure events include events that are not subject to proper control by the parties, including acts of force majeure, government acts, natural events, strikes or riots, as well as inappropriate performance by ringlead suppliers or defects in third-party objects, hardware or software. If a force majeure situation lasts more than thirty (30) days, either party may terminate this agreement after written notification to the other party. 1st goal. The company is active in ____ Partner agrees not to promote, engage or distribute the Solutions, transfer, sub-license, share or offer the Solutions, which is contrary to the law or this Agreement, including but not limited to the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act and other similar anti-corruption laws in all jurisdictions. Without limiting the foregoing, Partner will not knowingly, directly or indirectly, directly or indirectly, export the Solutions, re-export, transfer, make available or release the Solutions (together « Export ») to any destination, person, unit or end use prohibited or limited by U.S. law, without the prior permission of the U.S. Government, to the extent required by regulation; including, but not limited to, parties on any of the lists of rejected parties or specifically designated nationals under the AER or secu. and the Foreign Asset Control Regulations (31 CFR 500 et seq.), administered by the U.S.
Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control, without the authorization of the U.S. government, to the extent required by law. Compliance with the trade legislation of other countries with regard to the export, import, use or distribution of solutions to customers and end users is the responsibility of the partner. . . .