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Agreement Of Terms And Conditions

As part of the functionality of the Site, you may link your account to online accounts you have with third parties (each of these accounts is a “third party account”) by providing either: (1) your login information for the third party account through the Website; or (2) allow us to access your third-party account, as permitted in accordance with the applicable terms governing your use of any third-party account. Alternative methods to encourage customers to accept the general terms and conditions of sale are: process through a registration process; Provide a link to the GTC before a purchase is made and ask the customer to check a checkbox indicating acceptance. 13.4 A party that intends to seek arbitration must first send the other party written notice of the dispute by certified U.S. mail or Federal Express (signature required) or, only if that other party has not provided a current physical address, either by email (“Notice of Arbitration”). DigitalOcean`s address for notification is: DigitalOcean, LLC, ATTN: Legal, 101 Avenue of the Americas, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10013 USA. The arbitration communication must describe: (a) the nature and basis of the claim or dispute; and (b) provide the specific solution requested (“receivable”). The parties will make a good faith effort to settle the claim directly, but if the parties fail to reach an agreement within 30 days of receiving notice of the arbitration, you or DigitalOcean may initiate arbitration proceedings. All arbitration proceedings between the parties shall be treated confidentially, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the parties. During the arbitration proceedings, the amount of a settlement offer that you or DigitalOcean have made may only be communicated to the arbitrator after the arbitrator has made a final decision and, if applicable, an arbitral award. Please read these Terms of Use carefully before accessing, using or obtaining any materials, information, products or services. By accessing the KAYAK Site, mobile application or tablet or any other KAYAK feature or platform (together “Our Website”), you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) and our Privacy Policy.

If you have long, dense clauses that use complex language, divide them into smaller sections and use simpler terms and definitions that most people can understand without having to search for words, terms, or business concepts. Your users will be informed of your conditions and you will obtain a valid and enforceable consent. 13.1 In the interest of resolving disputes between you and DigitalOcean in the most appropriate and economical manner, except as described in point 13.2, you agree that any dispute that arises under these Terms of Use will be settled by binding arbitration. Arbitration is less formal than legal action. Arbitration uses a neutral arbitrator instead of a judge or jury, may allow for more limited discovery than in court, and may be subject to limited review by the courts. Arbitrators may award the same compensation and relief that a court may award. This dispute resolution agreement covers all claims arising out of or related to any aspect of these Terms of Use, whether based on a contract, unlawful act, law, fraud, misrepresentation or any other legal theory, and whether a claim arises during or after the termination of these Terms of Use, if any. You understand and agree that you and DigitalOcean waive the right to jury or participate in a class action by entering into these Terms of Use. An agreement with the General Terms and Conditions of Sale describes the rules of the site administrator with regard to user behavior and contains information about the actions that the site administrator can and will be able to perform. The terms and conditions of sale are binding rules that serve as a contract between you and the users who visit your website or use your application.

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