The contractor is obliged to:
- comply with applicable anti-corruption laws (including those in force in the country of domicile and in the country of performance) and the principles set out in the Company’s Anti-Corruption Code Abstract,
- indicate to the Company the number of the bank account to be used for payments, held with an authorised financial institution,
- not use the remuneration received under the Agreement, directly or indirectly, to confer an unauthorised material or personal advantage on any natural or legal person,
- to keep transparent records of its business operations, in particular to keep correct and reliable accounting records and invoices; you agree that, if necessary, the Company may carry out – with the involvement of an external auditor – an audit of your records for compliance with anti-corruption legislation and undertake to cooperate in the course of the audit,
- not to assign rights or obligations under the Contract and not to use subcontractors without the Company’s consent expressed in documentary form, at least by email. Lack of consent shall result in:
- nullity in the event of assignment,
- no obligation to pay wages if subcontractors are used.
In the event of a breach of these obligations by the Counterparty, the Company will be entitled to terminate its relationship with the Counterparty, in particular by terminating existing contracts or orders.