These General Terms and Conditions (“T&C“) govern a contractual relationship between Walk theRoom Ltd., a company incorporated under the laws of England and Wales, with its registered seat at Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, United Kingdom, EC1V 2NX, reg. no.: 11395174 (“Supplier”) and its clients based on Orders regarding the production of below defined Digital output (“Client”, also together with the Supplier as the “Parties”).
The below defined terms used in these T&C shall have the following meaning:
“Digital assets” means the base environment in 3D studio max format that the Supplier will create (including models, structures, textures, lightning schemes etc.);
“Digital output” means output from Digital assets provided in the form of below defined CGIs, Animations, VR points, AR and/or other outputs in electronic format; “Order” means an order of the Project from the Client to be provided by the Supplier pursuant to these T&C;
“Project” means production of Digital outputs prepared by the Supplier for the Client based on and specified in the Order;
II. Subject of these T&C
The Parties shall agree on the pricing for the delivery of the Projects and other services in advance and include the pricing in the Order.
VI. Quality and warranty
The Supplier obligates itself to deliver the Projects and other services in quality that has been demonstrated to the Client on template examples.
VII. Obligations of the Client
IX. Ownership and rights
Unless explicitly agreed otherwise, all communication, ordering and invoicing based on these T&C may be carried out via e-mail.
For the duration of 5 (five) years after Project delivery based on the last Order, the Parties shall maintain the confidentiality of all documents, information and data acquired in connection with performing all Orders, in particular about the know-how, business secret and business procedures. The Parties explicitly undertake not to use, for its own or any third party’s benefit, any confidential information on the matters it became aware of in the course of their contractual relationship with each other. In case of violation of any of these obligations the non-breaching Party shall be entitled to claim any caused damages.
XII. Order termination
XIII. Final provisions