8.1. The parties are not responsible for delays in the performance or non-compliance of obligations arising from the agreement reached, totally or partially attributable to the appearance of circumstances that are not controlled by the parties (force majeure), including, but not only in the event of war, fire, flood, earthquakes, storms or other natural disasters, strikes, insurrections or other acts of civil disobedience , acts committed by government authorities or other exceptional circumstances that cannot be foreseen and prevented by the parties and which impede compliance with obligations. 8.2. The party alleging a case of force majeure informs the other party in writing without delay and at the latest fourteen (fourteen) days after its commencement. This notification contains information on the nature of the circumstances of force majeure and, where possible, an assessment of their impact on the contracting party`s ability to meet its obligations under the agreement, as well as an estimate of the likely duration of the circumstances of force majeure. At the same time, the parties will discharge all other obligations that are not affected by force majeure. 8.3. If the circumstances of force majeure persist for more than 3 (three) months or if there is sufficient reason to believe that their duration exceeds 3 (three) months, the contracting parties immediately arrange negotiations and agree to changes to the terms of the contract, as requested by the contracting parties, in order to meet their obligations under the agreement under conditions close to the conditions initially applicable to continue. 8.4.
The appearance of a case of force majeure must be confirmed by the authorized public authority of the country in which such circumstances occurred. 1.1. This document sets out the general conditions of cooperation (“CGV”) that govern the provision of all types of services by SCHNEIDER GROUP member companies (“company” or “company”) to a legal person or a natural person who commands the services of the company concerned (“customer”) in Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Poland, Russia, Uzbekistan and each “party” in Armenia, Armenia Kazakhstan, Poland, Russia and Uzbekistan. 1.2. The parties agree and sign framework service agreements and specific agreements for certain services provided by the company concerned (“individual agreements”), which define the purpose and other essential conditions of relations between the parties. 1.3. In the event of a conflict between the provisions of the agreements between the contracting parties, the order of precedence (in order of increasing priority) (1) of these AGVs is established; 2) main service contracts; 3) additional agreements on flight contracts; 4) Individual agreements; 5) complementary agreements to individual agreements. 1.4.
To avoid doubts, the term “convention” used here refers to operating and individual contracts, unless expressly stated otherwise. 3.1 With regard to cooperation, the parties agreed that DESCRIBE ANY PAYMENT STRUCTURE. 2.1 The parties must be loyal to the other party and seek healthy cooperation. 3.1. The Customer makes available to the Company all information and documents deemed necessary for the proper execution of the contract concluded and also makes available to the Company any cooperation that the Customer reasonably requires of the customer in providing the services.