ZUNIC LAW GENERAL TERMS OF SERVICE

Entered into force on November 1, 2022.

These General Terms of Service (hereinafter: “General Terms of Service”) represent the rules in accordance with which services are provided by each of the attorneys at law within the Joint law firm Žunić (hereinafter jointly referred to as “Partners”, “we” or “Zunic Law” or individually referred to as “Partner”).

The agreement between the Client and Zunic Law regarding the legal services provided by Zunic Law (hereinafter: “Legal Services Agreement”) can be concluded in one of the following ways:

  • by signing a written document (including an electronic signature),
  • by exchanging emails between the Client and Zunic Law confirming engagement for the services defined in such correspondence,
  • by paying the proforma invoice or the invoice issued by Zunic Law.

General Terms of Service represent the basis on which we provide our services and apply to all future inquiries and instructions that the Client gives to Zunic Law.

Definitions used in the Legal Services Agreement are also applicable here.

CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS
2. CLIENT RELATIONSHIP
3. PROVISION OF SERVICES
4. TRANSLATION SERVICES
5. FEES AND EXPENSES
6. INVOICES AND PAYMENT
7. REPRESENTATION IN COURT PROCEEDINGS
8. VALUE-ADDED TAX (VAT)
9. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
10. COMMUNICATION
11. KNOW YOUR CLIENT PROCEDURE
12. DOCUMENTATION AND ARCHIVING
13. FORCE MAJEURE
14. CONFLICT OF INTEREST
15. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
16. PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
17. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
18. TERMINATION OF SERVICE
19. REFERENCES
20. GOVERNING LAW AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION
21. SEVERABILITY
22. ENTIRE AGREEMENT
23. CHANGES TO THE GENERAL TERMS OF SERVICE

1. INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS

In accordance with the Client’s request, Zunic Law will provide legal and advisory services, as well as the complete legal support related to the realization of the Client’s goals and the fulfillment of the Client’s rights, pursuant to the rules of professional conduct and instructions provided by the Client.

The services will be provided by the Partner. Besides the Partner, services can also be provided by another attorney at law, who is an associate of Zunic Law (hereinafter: “senior associate”), a legal trainee practicing with the Partner (hereinafter: “associate”) under the supervision of the Partner or an senior associate, as well as an external consultant hired by Zunic Law or another associate (for example, translator, operational manager, etc.).

2. CLIENT RELATIONSHIP

One or more Partners will be responsible for communicating with the Client. Besides the Partner, the communication with the Client can be made through a senior associate, as well as through the associate supervised by the Partner or the senior associate, with the goal to provide high-quality services efficiently.

After the Client contacts Zunic Law, Zunic Law will attempt to provide Client a response as soon as possible. In order to provide a quality service, Zunic Law may ask the Client for necessary additional clarifications and information.

If Zunic Law’s engagement includes representation before courts and other competent authorities or third parties, Zunic Law will prepare an adequate power of attorney, necessary for taking actions before courts and competent authorities in the Client’s name or in the Client’s account. After that, Zunic Law will provide Client with a power of attorney proposal, and by signing it, Client authorizes the Partners, attorney associates and associates listed in the power of attorney to undertake the actions that are the subject of the power of attorney. Zunic Law will act following the bona fides principle, the principle of honesty, and in accordance with the Client’s best interest.

3. PROVISION OF SERVICES

Zunic Law will provide legal services in the agreed scope and in accordance with the Client’s instructions. The agreed scope of work can be changed by concluding an annex to the Legal Services Agreement in writing with a signed document (including an electronic signature) or by exchanging emails between Client and Zunic Law.

Zunic Law will not be liable if the provided services do not include any advice or comment concerning any matter which is not an integral part of the contracted scope of work or if the Client has not instructed Zunic Law to provide legal advice or comment in relation to such matter.

Zunic Law will provide services exclusively in accordance with the Client’s instructions and based on the documentation and information Client provided to Zunic Law. If Zunic Law deems it necessary, Zunic Law will warn the Client of the possible consequences of such provided instructions. It is important that Client provides all relevant documentation and information for the provision of adequate service by Zunic Law. If Client does not provide Zunic Law with all the necessary information and documentation, Zunic Law will not be held responsible for any mistake that may occur due to the lack of complete information and documentation.

Besides the Partner, i.e., senior associate and/or associate who particularly works on the Client’s case, the need might arise from time to time to consult other members of Zunic Law with regard to specific aspects of the law in their specialty. Additionally, the Client understands and accepts that Zunic Law may need, in order to obtain information necessary to provide services, to discuss certain matters with the Client’s other advisers such as the accountant, technical team etc. Furthermore, if there is a necessity to obtain third-party services in relation to the Client’s case, Zunic Law will engage such service providers and undertake the appropriate measures to ensure the confidentiality and security of the Client’s data and documents.

The services provided by Zunic Law are exclusively services related to legal matters and do not include the provision of services in other areas (such as finance, accounting, business consulting, etc.).

Certain areas of law are not sufficiently developed in the Republic of Serbia, so there is not enough case law or such case law is uneven. In that case, Zunic Law will act according to the bona fides principle, the principle of honesty and in accordance with the best understanding and interpretation of the specific matter, taking into account the Client’s personal interests, all with the aim of providing quality service.

Zunic Law provides its services on the territory of the Republic of Serbia and in connection with the law of the Republic of Serbia. Depending on the circumstances of the case and in accordance with the Client’s request, Zunic Law can provide legal services in the territories of other countries and undertake certain actions that are in the Client’s interest (meetings, collection of documentation, etc.). Based on the general knowledge and experience of its members, Zunic Law can also provide legal opinion regarding the law of other jurisdictions, which must be specifically contracted in the Legal Services Agreement. Zunic Law shall bear no responsibility for any advice provided by any attorney at law from another jurisdiction who has been instructed by Zunic Law to provide advice regarding the Client’s case, and any claim towards such attorneys shall be addressed to them directly.

4. TRANSLATION SERVICES

Zunic Law can also provide internal translation services from Serbian to English and vice versa, at the Client’s request. Zunic Law’s translation team, in cooperation with the Partner and/or senior associate, will perform the translation.

If Zunic Law is not able to provide the Client with translation services, Zunic Law will gladly help organizing the translation and hire authorized court interpreters. In that case, Zunic Law will not be responsible for their work.

5. FEES AND EXPENSES

Unless otherwise stipulated in the Legal Services Agreement, fee for Zunic Law services will be based on the time spent working on the Client’s case, which should be calculated according to the hourly rates stipulated in the Legal Services Agreement. The time spent working on the Client’s case includes the time spent in meetings with Client or third parties according to the Client’s instructions, preparation and work on documents, as well as oral and written communication between the Client and the Partner, senior associate and/or associate. Zunic Law will issue an invoice on a monthly basis, and with the invoice, Zunic Law will provide the Client with a specification of the requested services.

If the work on the Client’s subject is urgent, and requires work outside ordinary working hours, work on weekends or work during national holidays, the contracted hourly rate may be increased by 20%. In such cases, Zunic Law will notify Client in advance in writing and ask for the Client’s approval.

If the fee is agreed in the fixed amount, Zunic Law will not charge any additional fee unless the scope and nature of the work are different than previously agreed, of which the Client will be informed in advance by Zunic Law. The assessment of the fee (as opposed to the fixed fee) is provided as a guideline that will help Client when making a decision on hiring Zunic Law. When assessing the fee Zunic Law may take into account all the factors relevant for such assessment, including but not limited to the complexity of the task, value of the case, the number or amount of the documents to be reviewed, etc.

The fee for any services requested by the Client in addition to the previously agreed scope of work shall be calculated according to the hourly rates stipulated in the Legal Services Agreement.

If the Client hires Zunic Law for the representation before the courts, the fees will be calculated according to the official Tariff of fees and expenses payable for the work of attorneys at law applicable at the time of taking the action.

By deciding to hire Zunic Law, the Client authorizes Zunic Law to bear the costs and expenses that are considered necessary for the execution of the work by Zunic Law. Zunic Law will ask the Client to reimburse all the costs that have arisen in relation to the purposes of working on the Client’s case, at the time of their occurrence and at the latest when issuing the invoice for the month in which the costs were incurred. In some cases, Zunic Law may ask the Client to pay such costs in advance. Costs include, among other things, court and administrative fees, payment of courier services, fees for experts hired upon the Client’s approval, transportation costs, travel costs and accommodation costs incurred while working on the Client’s case. This list of costs is not definitive. If the value of an individual expense exceeds the amount of 100 EUR in RSD countervalue on the day of payment, Zunic Law will first request the Client’s written approval for such an expense.

Zunic Law reserves the right to request an advance payment of the agreed fee in whole or in part.

6. INVOICES AND PAYMENT

When starting cooperation, Zunic Law charges the first scope of work (excluding the initial consultations, if applicable) in advance with each new Client, unless agreed differently explicitly in writing. The Client understands and agrees that Zunic Law has no obligation to start with the provision of the services before receiving the payment.

Zunic Law will issue the invoice or proforma invoice in electronic form and deliver it via email address, no later than on the 10th day of the month for the previous month. The Client undertakes to make the payment in accordance with the invoice or proforma invoice within 8 (eight) days from the date of receipt of the invoice, i.e., proforma invoice. If Zunic Law and the Client have agreed on a fixed fee for work on a certain subject, Zunic Law will issue an invoice no later than 10 (ten) days from the date of completion of the contracted work. The Client shall pay statutory interest on the unpaid due amount of the fee at an official statutory interest rate in Serbia at the time when the amount of the fee is due.

If the fee is agreed on in a foreign currency, and the invoice is issued to a domestic legal entity, the fee will be expressed in RSD countervalue at the higher exchange rate of the National Bank of Serbia on the day the invoice is issued.

If the Client is required to deduct or withhold any taxes or other sums (such as bank charges) from any amount payable indicated in an invoice in whatever circumstances, the Client will pay and bear such taxes or other amounts and ensure that Zunic Law receives the full amount of the invoice net of any deduction or withholding.

Client shall bear responsibility for the payment of the fees regardless of whether the payment is made from the Client directly or from any third party on behalf of the Client.

7. REPRESENTATION IN COURT PROCEEDINGS

If the Client hires Zunic Law for the representation before the courts, regardless of the outcome of the proceedings, the Client will always be obliged to pay the due invoices, which may include costs assessed by the court. At the conclusion of the proceeding, the court evaluates the costs incurred by the party who succeeded in the proceeding, whereas the opposing party usually has the obligation to pay the costs to the successful party in full or in part. Even if the party who did not succeed in the proceeding does not reimburse the Client for all or any part of the costs, the Client will be obliged to reimburse the full amount of the costs for services provided by Zunic Law.

During the course of the proceedings, at the Client’s request, Zunic Law can provide an estimate of the costs that the Client is likely to reimburse to the opposing party in the event that Client loses the case. Zunic Law will make such an estimate to the best of its knowledge. However, this is a question to be decided by the court, which has the right to reduce the amount of costs that will be compensated, at its discretion, if it considers that the costs are disproportionate or unreasonable. If the Client does not succeed in a dispute, the court may order the Client to reimburse the opposing party for the costs, and that amount is paid in addition to the costs and fees of Zunic Law.

On the Client’s request, the possibility of a success-based fee arrangement can be considered. In such cases, the Client and Zunic Law must conclude a separate written agreement stipulating the conditions.

8. VALUE-ADDED TAX (VAT)

The agreed fees do not include VAT. Any fees estimation, offer, brochure or similar will contain the net fees and the total amount of fees due will be calculated by adding VAT. VAT is calculated only if the payment is made from Serbia. VAT is not applicable to payments from abroad.

Zunic Law keeps the right to refuse the Client’s request that Zunic Law issues the invoice to another person/entity after the invoice for the services has already been issued. If the Client’s request is accepted, simultaneously with the reissuing of the invoice, the Client agrees to provide Zunic Law with all documentation and information that Zunic Law may request. The information and documentation are necessary for Zunic Law to be able to request a refund of the VAT calculated on the original invoice if the VAT was calculated. The Client remains responsible for paying the issued invoices until the new invoice amount is fully paid.

9. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

The Client can use the documents and other materials prepared by Zunic Law when working on the Client’s case (hereinafter: Materials) exclusively for the purpose for which the Client hired Zunic Law. Without prior consent of Zunic Law, the Client may not use the Materials for other purposes, nor may the Client submit it for inspection or use by any third party. Zunic Law retains the copyright and all other intellectual property rights on the created Materials.

In case of modification of any Materials on which Zunic Law was not engaged (except for technical changes and filling the data), Zunic Law cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from the modified document.

10. COMMUNICATION

Communication between Zunic Law and the Client will primarily be conducted electronically, and if necessary, also in person or by express and registered mail, courier service or by telephone. Communication by electronic means will be carried out through the email addresses specified in the Legal Services Agreement.

When communicating electronically, there is a risk that the message sent to Client may not be delivered or may be stolen or lost. In that case, Zunic Law shall bear no responsibility for messages that were not delivered, nor for the loss or theft of messages or data and documentation that was attached to such a message.

Zunic Law will take all necessary measures to prevent the possibility of data theft. When communicating with the Client, Zunic Law will use verified channels and adequate protection against viruses, and the same is expected from the Client.

11. KNOW YOUR CLIENT (KYC) PROCEDURE

In accordance with the Law on the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing, attorneys at law are obliged to perform a risk analysis of money laundering and terrorist financing of all their clients. After the conclusion of the Legal Services Agreement, at Zunic Law’s request, the Client is obliged to submit the following information:

  • business name and legal form, address, registered seat, corporate identification number and tax identification number of the legal entity or entrepreneur that establishes a business relationship or conducts a transaction, i.e., in whose behalf a business relationship is established or a transaction is conducted;
  • name and surname, date and place of birth, domicile or residency, unique personal identification number of the representative, attorney or procurator who establishes a business relationship or conducts a transaction on behalf of and for the account of the party – legal entity, a person under foreign law, an entrepreneur, a trust or a person under civil law, as well as type and number of personal document, date and place of issue;
  • first and last name, date and place of birth, domicile or place of residence and unique personal identification number of the natural person, their legal representative and attorney, as well as the entrepreneur who establishes a business relationship or conducts a transaction, or for whom a business relationship is established or transaction is conducted, as well as the type and number of the personal document, name of the issuer, date and place of issuance; and
  • information about the Client’s business activity.

In case of suspicion of the existence of money laundering or financing of terrorism, the Directorate for the Prevention of Money Laundering may request Zunic Law to submit the above mentioned information about the Client. In that case, Zunic Law will be obliged to provide such information and the provisions relating to confidentiality deriving from the Legal Services Agreement shall not apply.

12. DOCUMENTATION AND ARCHIVING

If it is necessary to provide Zunic Law with any documentation for the purposes of working on the Client’s case, Zunic Law will inform the Client of this in writing. As a rule, Zunic Law will ask the Client to provide photocopies. If necessary, Zunic Law can also ask the Client to provide the original counterparts of the necessary documents.

If any original document remains at Zunic Law’s possession after the completion of the agreed services and payment of the applicable fees and costs to Zunic Law, or if during work on the Client’s case Zunic Law obtains any original document from the Client, any such original documentation shall be delivered to the Client at the Client’s request, and the record on such delivery shall be made.

Once the active work on the Client’s case ceases, the documents will be archived, internally or with an independent archiving services provider. Zunic Law keeps the documentation under the assumption that the Client provided its authorization to destroy such documentation within 5 years after the creation or acquisition of such a document, unless a longer period is prescribed by law.

Even after archiving the documentation, the Client can request the archived documentation to be reviewed by or delivered to the Client. In that case, Zunic Law reserves the right to charge, in accordance with the agreed hourly rate: (i) the time spent reviewing the archived documentation; (ii) the time spent in the possible revision of such documents; and (iii) costs of obtaining documents from an independent service provider with whom the documentation was archived.

13. FORCE MAJEURE

Zunic Law will not be held responsible for non-fulfillment or delay in fulfilling the obligations undertaken by the Legal Services Agreement if such delay or non-fulfillment is the result of Force Majeure. For the purposes of these General Terms of Service, Force Majeure is an event that is beyond the Client’s control and the control of Zunic Law, which cannot be predicted, avoided or eliminated, including but not limited to fire, floods, natural disasters or other acts of force majeure, rebellion, strikes, or other civil unrest, disruption of transportation or other infrastructure, inability to provide sufficient numbers of workers, electricity or necessary equipment, war, armed conflict and terrorist attack, government activities and/or government regulations, epidemics, pandemics, nuclear or chemical contamination, or any other cause which cannot reasonably be prevented.

In the case of Force Majeure, execution of contractual obligations will be suspended as long as the Force Majeure lasts. Zunic Law will make all necessary efforts to resume normal work on cases as soon as possible, as soon as the effects of the Force Majeure disappear.

In the event of the occurrence of circumstances considered as Force Majeure, non-performance or delay in the performance of the obligation will not result in liability for damages.

14. CONFLICT OF INTEREST

Before accepting the work on the Client’s case, Zunic Law will determine the absence of an internal conflict of interest. Zunic Law will perform such an examination based on the information Client has provided. If the Client has provided Zunic Law with incorrect or incomplete information, Zunic Law will not be held liable for the existence of a conflict of interest discovered subsequently. In that case, Zunic Law will immediately stop working on the Client’s case, inform the Client on such event without delay and issue an invoice to the Client for the actions that Zunic Law has taken up to the time of sending such notification.

Regardless of this type of examination, circumstances may arise that will prevent Zunic Law from acting in the Client’s favor regarding any current or future task. In such cases, the rules of professional conduct apply to the matter of conflict of interest.

The relations between the Client and Zunic Law are not mutually exclusive. Zunic Law accepts that the Client can use the services of other law firms to fulfill any task. Zunic Law reserves the right to provide legal assistance to other natural and legal persons and to carry out tasks that are not related to the Client’s case, including the provision of services to natural and legal persons operating in the same or similar industry as the Client.

15. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

All information disclosed by the Client to Zunic Law concerning the Client’s business and activities will be considered confidential information and will be treated as an attorney-client privilege. Zunic Law will not disclose such information to other persons, except:

  • with the Client’s prior consent;
  • if Zunic Law is required to disclose such information in accordance with the law or order of a court or other state authority;
  • to the Client’s closest collaborators and only to the extent that it is necessary to work on the Client’s case, or
  • to the extent that such information will become or is already available to the public.

All information and documentation that provide to the Client by Zunic Law are considered confidential information (including know-how and intellectual property) and the Client is obliged to keep such information confidential and not to disclose it to third parties, except:

  • with the prior consent of Zunic Law;
  • if the Client is required to disclose such information in accordance with the law or order of a court or other state authority;
  • authorized representatives and employees, who must be aware of the obligation to keep confidential information, or
  • to the extent that such information will become or is already available to the public.

16. PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING

Work on the Client’s case may also involve the processing of the personal data of the Client’s employees or other persons whose data Zunic Law may need. In that case, Zunic Law will most often process personal data as data controller, in accordance with the Law on Personal Data Protection of the Republic of Serbia, since the role and professional expertise of Zunic Law are such that Zunic Law determines the purpose and means of personal data processing. When processing personal data, Zunic Law will act in accordance with the Law on Personal Data Protection and the applicable internal regulations and policies.

Zunic Law may provide some of the services to the Client through cloud-based platforms, in which case the shared data is kept in the adequately secured locations (servers), with the subjects authorized to store such data in accordance with generally applicable industry standards.

17. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

Zunic Law shall not be liable for any indirect or consequential losses or damages which may be suffered by the Client in relation to the services provided pursuant to these General Terms of Service and/or Legal Services Agreement. Unless otherwise stipulated in the Legal Services Agreement, the financial liability of Zunic Law to the Client, in respect of any negligence, breach of duty from these General Terms of Service or breach of obligations from the separately concluded Legal Services Agreement is limited to the smaller of the following alternative amounts: (i) the maximum amount of coverage under the professional indemnity insurance of Zunic Law, if any; or (ii) an amount equal to the amount of all of the fees charged by Zunic Law to the Client for work on the matter giving rise to the Client’s claim for previous 12 months prior to receiving the indemnity claim. Zunic Law will be responsible only in cases of gross negligence and intent. Zunic Law will provide its services based on its best knowledge and experience and in accordance with the Client’s requirements, based on the submitted documentation. If the information received from the Client is incorrect or incomplete, it may lead to inadequate advice, for which Zunic Law is not responsible. Zunic Law will not be liable for any damage caused by the actions of third-party service providers for the engagement of which the Client have provided consent.

Zunic Law is not responsible for updating or amending any tax advice given if an amendment of applicable law occurred, or if the Ministry of Finance published and made publicly available new official explanations and expert opinions after the moment of providing tax advice. The Client understands that the tax advisory is a matter of Zunic Law opinion based on analysis and experience of Zunic Law and that regardless of said opinion, the tax authorities can have a different opinion to that of Zunic Law, for which Zunic Law shall not be held liable. If Zunic Law opinion on a particular matter differs from the opinion of the relevant authority, Zunic Law shall not be held responsible for determining which of the two opinions is correct but shall provide its own opinion in an informative manner.  Zunic Law may not be held responsible for any adverse outcome caused or influenced by the Client contrary to Zunic Law instructions or outcome that depends on the discretion of any state body, authority, or other third party (for example, bank, insurance company etc.)

18. TERMINATION OF SERVICE

When starting cooperation, Zunic Law believes that we will cooperate until the completion of the case for which the Client hired Zunic Law. However, if for any reason the Client wishes to terminate cooperation with Zunic Law, that may be done by unilaterally terminating the contract in writing, with a 30-day notice period. Zunic Law can also terminate the cooperation at any time, without giving additional reasons, with a 30-day notice period. Zunic Law can also terminate the cooperation at any time with immediate effect from the receipt of the termination notice by the Client provided the Client had failed to pay the invoice (or proforma invoice) when due and does not make such payment within 3 days from the receipt of the notice on non-payment sent by Zunic Law.

In case of termination of cooperation, regardless of whose initiative the cooperation was terminated, the Client is obliged to pay to Zunic Law all due fees for the hours spent and all possible expenses incurred until the day of termination of cooperation.

19. REFERENCES

In order to present Zunic Law, we can provide the Client with Zunic Law references, which include basic information about our clients and a general overview of the actions we have taken and the services we have provided to existing and old clients. By hiring Zunic Law, the Client consents to include the services received by Zunic Law in the list of our references. We never include in references information about the Client’s cases that could be considered confidential.

The Client is obliged to keep the information about the references provided by Zunic Law strictly confidential and not to disclose it to third parties, except:

  • with the prior consent of Zunic Law;
  • if the Client is required to disclose such information in accordance with the law or order of a court or other state authority;
  • to related parties in order to make a decision on hiring Zunic Law; or
  • to the extent that such information will become or is already available to the public.

Unless the Clients inform Zunic Law otherwise, the Client agrees that Zunic Law may include information about the services provided to the Client in the references prepared by Zunic Law for ranking purposes on international and domestic directories.

After the completion of a specific project for which the Client hired Zunic Law, Zunic Law can publish news about such project on Zunic Law website (www.zuniclaw.com), for which Zunic Law will ask for the Client’s consent. If the Client does not respond to such a request within 5 days from the day Zunic Law asked for its consent, it will be considered that the Client has given the consent to publish such news.

20. GOVERNING LAW AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION

These General Terms of Service are put together in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Serbia. General Terms of Service shall be governed by the relevant regulations and shall be interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Serbia, without the application of conflict of laws provisions.

All disputes arising from these General Terms of Service and the Legal Services Agreement or in connection with them shall be finally settled by arbitration organized in accordance with the Rules of the Belgrade Arbitration Center (Belgrade Rules). The dispute is resolved by one arbitrator. The arbitration seat is in Novi Sad. The language of the arbitration proceedings is English, unless otherwise agreed in the Legal Services Agreement. The existence, the procedure and the outcome of the arbitration proceedings shall be treated as confidential information.

21. SEVERABILITY

The nullity or unenforceability of any provision of these General Terms of Service will not affect the validity of other provisions.

22. ENTIRE AGREEMENT

These General Terms of Service and the Legal Services Agreement (if any) or other written communication with the Client, which define the scope of our engagement, constitute complete and exclusive agreement of the parties. In case of any inconsistencies between the Legal Services Agreement and these General Terms of Service, the provisions of the Legal Services Agreement shall prevail.

23. CHANGES TO THE GENERAL TERMS OF SERVICE

Zunic Law may change these General Terms of Service from time to time, about which we will notify the Client at least one month in advance. If the Client continues to cooperate with Zunic Law, it will be considered that the Client has agreed to the changes to the General Terms of Service.

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