These Terms and Conditions are prepared and shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of England and Wales. These Terms and Conditions state the basic rights and obligations of the contractual relationship between sanpay Ltd and individual Clients. This document is a part of any contractual relationship between sanpay Ltd and the Clients and in relation to the Contract, or other documents governing the terms of cooperation between the Client and sanpay Ltd by general provisions. These Terms and Conditions also include provisions of using Payment Cards.
You are advised to read these Terms and Conditions carefully as it is obligatory for all parties to this contract from the date of the first expression of the intentions of Clients to establish a contractual relationship with sanpay Ltd.
You are also advised to print and/or download and keep a copy of these Terms and Conditions for future reference. You can always view the current Terms and Conditions on this Website.
It is considered, that you agree to the applicable in this document Terms and Conditions, if you are using any account or service provided by sanpay Ltd.
You also confirm that you have an access to the Internet and agree that sanpay Ltd may provide non-confidential and/or not personally addressed information to you by publishing it on the website www.sanpay.com.
English is the original language of these Terms and Conditions. The original version may be translated into other languages. In case of discrepancy or contradictions between the original version and any other translated version of these Terms and Conditions, the English language version shall be perceived as prevailing.
No person other than you shall have any rights under these Terms and Conditions. The provisions of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 are excluded.
Any dispute under these Terms and Conditions or otherwise in connection with your sanpay account will be brought under exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales with the exception of the cases prohibited by EU law.
If any part of these Terms and Conditions is recognized invalid, unlawful or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such part shall be severed from the remainder of the Terms and Conditions, which shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the extent permitted by law.
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