Google Maps Purchase Agreement

9.1 Purchasing process. Google provides the customer with an order document for each purchase to confirm the services, quantity and fees. 19.5 Full agreement. These conditions define all the conditions agreed between the parties and replace all other agreements between the parties with respect to their purpose. 19. Verification and verification. If the customer acquires anything other than page views, the following additional conditions apply: "TSSG" means current policies for Google`s technical support services that can be viewed in the following URL: (or any other URL provided by Google). 21.2 Disposal. Neither party may cede or transfer part of the agreement without the written consent of the other party, except to an affiliate, but only if: (a) the assignee agrees in writing to be bound by the terms of this agreement; and (b) the contracting party is responsible for the obligations arising from the contract prior to the assignment. Any other attempt to transfer or transfer is not valid. 16.2.

TomTom may change the payment fee for a subscription at any time. All changes will be published in the TomTom API store. And applies to all future subscription plans purchased or renewed by you. To avoid any doubt, there are no modified fees for subscriptions you have already purchased. 2.3.1 The customer is responsible for all taxes and the customer will pay Google for services without tax reduction. If Google is required to collect or pay taxes, taxes are charged to the customer, unless the customer provides Google with a timely and valid tax exemption certificate, which has been approved by the relevant tax authority. In some countries, VAT on the total purchase price is due at the time of sale and must be charged and recovered at the time of sale. If the customer is legally required to withhold taxes from his payments to Google, the customer must provide Google with an official tax receipt or other appropriate documents to support this withholding. Where services are subject to local VAT under current tax laws and the customer is required to withhold local VAT on the amounts to be paid to Google, the value of the services calculated under the above procedure is increased by the customer by the amount of local VAT (calculated in gross value) and the gross amount calculated is considered to be an included VAT price. The amount of local VAT withheld from the price of VAT is transferred by the customer to the applicable local tax unit and the customer ensures that Google receives payment of its services for the net amount, as would otherwise be due (the price included in the VAT, net of local VAT, which is withheld and transferred to the relevant tax authority).