If no other agreement is reached, the customer will pay the company at an hourly rate, as agreed in the contract. The minimum unit of calculation of the hourly rate is five minutes. The company has the right to unilaterally change the hourly rate, the customer being modest at least thirty days in advance. If the customer does not accept the change in the hourly rate, he has the right to terminate his contract. The hourly rate is increased by 50% for urgent work requiring the closure of other work or to be carried out outside normal working hours, on weekends or on national holidays. Such an increase in the hourly rate is only permitted if the customer has been informed in advance. The Registry processes the client`s personal data, such as name, identification code, contact details, business activities or other personal data that the client has provided to the Registrar or that the firm has learned when providing legal services through the client, to the extent appropriate necessary for the provision of legal services and the performance of its work. to fulfil its obligations in relation to money laundering prevention, customer relationship management and marketing. The firm complies with the personal data protection law when processing clients` personal data. The Company does not send customers` personal data to third parties without the customer`s consent, except to achieve the aforementioned purposes, to assist service providers such as accounting to the company, if required by law or if the customer contract allows it.
The firm retains the client`s personal data for the duration of the client contract and thereafter for as long as required by law, for example for accounting purposes or to protect the firm`s rights, e.g. against claims. The customer has all the rights conferred by the law on the protection of personal data, including the right to information and the right to demand the rectification or erasure of data. The firm and its lawyers can only give legal advice based on Estonian law. The Registry and its lawyers may issue opinions on legal matters in other countries, but this cannot be considered as a provision of legal services and the Registry is not responsible for such opinions. The work desired by the customer is analyzed and an offer for the order is made as quickly as possible. The firm has the right to refuse the resumption of a business in the event of a conflict of interest between clients. The Registry may not provide legal services to the client in circumstances that may affect or affect the ability of the firm or a lawyer to act in the exclusive interest of a client, unless the firm has informed the client of those circumstances, but the client nevertheless insists that the firm or lawyer concerned provide the legal services. . .