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Private Policy of freelancenetwork.net for employers

These general terms and conditions govern the use of the freelaanvenetwork.net platform by users offering services on their behalf to users wishing to purchase them. The platform is administrated by Luxury Jobs EOOD, Reg No: 20549134 with registered address 9000 Varna, Bulgaria , 704 Dr Kiril Yordanov Str, app. 10 , admin@freelancenetwork.net. phone: 00359 988 246 985

I. Definition

1.1. “freelancenetwork.net”is a digital platform, operating under domaign with address: www.freelancenetwork.net . The platform is giving opportunities users to offer, sell, search and buy services offered by other users of the platform.

1.2. “Administrator” is“Luxury Jobs” EOOD, Reg. No: 20549134 – limited liability company , managing www.freelancenetwork.net and party of these private policy terms and conditions.

1.3. “Freelancer ” is user, who uses www.freelancenetwork.net for offering and selling services to employers on his behalf and on his account

1.4. “Employer” is user, who uses www.freelancenetwork.net to search and buy services offered by Freelancer

1.5. “Services” are factual or legal actions that a freelancer offers to perform for an employer in fulfillment of a contract for ordering or manufacturing, concluded through the interface of freelancenetwork.net

II. Registration of employer in freelancenetwork.net

2.3. The employer user profiles is including the following data:

Username;

Email id:

Information regarding user activity as employer in freelancenetwork.net for services bought by the employer and rating of freelancers, which services employer used.

2.4. Employer user profile may include personal data , and data which is needed for buying services trough freelancenetwork.net platform.

2.5. The access of users profile is done via email and password.

2.6.. The employer has the right to edit their profile , which is not including changing the identity of the employer user.

2.7.. The Administrator is obliged to provided to the registered employer access to freelancenetwork.net platform functionality . The Administrator is not responsible for temporally denied access to the platform or platform features due to technical issues.

III. Buying of services by the employers registered in freelancenetwork.net

3.1. Every registered employer can use the interface of freelancenetwork.net to buy any offered by the freelancer service based on agreed in advance terms and conditions identified by the freelancer.

3.2. The published services on freelancenetwork.net are offers for conducting a contract and are not invitation for negotiations.

3.3. The purchase of a service by an employer through the interface of freelancenetwork.net is an act of acceptance of the freelancer’s offer to enter into a contract under the conditions specified in the service. The acceptance of the offer is done by paying the price indicated in the service to the platform administrator through the interface of freelancenetwork.net

3.4.The purchase of a service is considered completed at the moment when the employer receives a confirmation from the administrator to receive the payment. From that moment the freelancer is considered bound by a contractual relationship with the customer, on the basis of which he undertakes to provide services to the employer in accordance with the description of the service and the employer’s wishes, as long as they do not deviate from the freelancer’s offer.

IV. Individual negotiation with users

4.1. In addition to the order of section III of these general terms and conditions, an employer may enter into a contract with a freelancer under the terms of individual negotiation through the interface of freelancenetwork.net

4.2. By individual negotiation under the previous point, the employer may agree with the freelancer individual conditions for the provision of a service, which may differ from those specified in the service published by the employer. Under the conditions of individual negotiation, an employer can communicate with a freelancer through the interface of freelancenetwork.net as well as send an individual bid .The freelancer is bound by a contractual relationship with the merchant, at the moment he receives confirmation from the administrator that a payment made by the employer in connection with an individual agreement with the merchant has been received by the administrator.

4.3.The Administrator is not a party to the contract between an employer and a freelancer neither in the cases of individual negotiation, nor in the cases of negotiation under Section III of the General Terms and Conditions.

4.4.The employer is obliged to make individual negotiations with freelancer only through the interface of freelancenetwork.net

4.5. The employer is not entitled to negotiate with the merchant a method of payment for the services of the merchant, other than the methods of payment provided to freelancenetwork.net. Any incitement to circumvent the procedure imposed by these general terms and conditions of freelancenetwork.net for making payments by a customer is grounds for termination of the customer’s access to his user profile in the platform.

V. Contract performance and payment

5.1. The employer deposits the price of the service to the account of the administrator, who undertakes to pay the amount to the merchant after the performance of the contract and after deduction of the intermediary fee for the use of freelancenetwork.net

5.2..The employer should confirm the fulfillment of the contract by the freelancer through the interface of freelancenetwork.net The freelancer has the right to confirm the fact of performance of the contract by the employer or to challenge the same. In case the employer does not confirm or dispute the fact of performance of the contract by the trader within 5 calendar days, it is considered that the employer has accepted the performance of the contract and the freelancer is entitled to receive payment of the price of the service or agreed at individually negotiated price

5.3..The amount due by the employer is paid to the administrator’s account. The Administrator undertakes to keep the price paid by the employer under the contract with the freelancer until the employer confirms the performance of the contract by the freelancer.

5.4. : The payment of the owned by the freelancer amount can be done via:

bank transfer 2) credit or debit card :

3) PayPal account;:

5.5. After purchasing a service or making a payment under the terms of an individual agreement with an employer, the merchant may refuse to perform the service through the interface of freelancenetwork.net. In this case, the Administrator refunds the amount paid to the customer within 7 working days after the submission of the necessary information by the employer to refund the amount. The Employer releases the administrator from any liability in connection with the employer’s refusal to perform the contract, including pre-contractual liability.

5.6..The administrator reserves the right to use local and foreign third parties to mediate in the collection of payments from employers. Payment to third parties other than the administrator, when the same is made through the interface of freelancenetwork.net , is considered payment to the merchant.

5.7..The administrator is the sales representative of the freelancer authorised to receive payment from the employer and to provide assistance in connection with the negotiations on the conclusion of the contract. The Administrator is not a proxy or sales representative of the employer in connection with the negotiations on the conclusion and implementation of the contract.

VI. Disputing contract performance

6.1. If an employer disputes the performance of the contract by the freelancer according to item 5.2 of the general conditions, the administrator delays the transfer of the freelancer’s remuneration until the moment when the performance of the contract by the freelancer is not established.

6.2. Establishment of the performance of the contract may occur by subsequent confirmation by the employer or at the discretion of the administrator, if he considers that the freelancer has provided sufficient evidence to establish performance. In all other cases, the administrator refunds to the employer the amount paid by the latter. Upon refund of the price paid by the employer under the terms of this paragraph of the general conditions, the administrator is released from its obligation to hand over to the freelancer remuneration under the contract.

6.3. The Administrator undertakes to provide the necessary assistance to the parties for resolving disputes in connection with the implementation of a contract concluded through freelancenetwork.net through mediation and mediation conducted through the means of communication in freelancenetwork.net

6.4. The Administrator is not a party to the contract between an employer and a freelancer and is not responsible for the non-performance of contracts concluded between freelancenetwork.net users.

VII. User ratings and public ratings

7.1.Upon confirmation of the performance of a contract by the employer , the employer has to provide a numerical assessment according to criteria set by the administrator for the service of the freelancer. The assessment may be accompanied by written feedback.

7.2.The digital ratings given by freelancenetwork.net employers for the merchant’s services can be used by the administrator to compile an average freelancer rating for the merchant, which will be published by the administrator in the merchant’s user profile so that it is visible to employers.

7.3. The Administrator reserves the right to enter user ratings for employers, which are formed in an equivalent way as the ratings for freelancers nder the previous points on the basis of a rating given by a freelancer upon confirmed performance of the contract.

7.4. The administrator has the right to publish the written feedback from emplpoyers in a way that allows them to be available to other users of freelancenetwork.net .The administrator is not responsible for the content of the assessments, nor for their objectivity, including damages and lost profits, which the trader suffers from the publicity of the respective assessments.

VIII. Personal data protection policy

8.1. In connection with the fulfillment of its obligations and powers under these general terms and conditions, the administrator processes personal data of users, on its own behalf and in its capacity as controller of personal data.

8.2..Personal data is provided by each user voluntarily for the purposes of fulfilling these general terms and conditions and in particular for using the functionalities of freelancenetwork.net . Employer provide their names, email address, telephone number, as well as data necessary for performing money transactions (bank account data or opened account / account with a payment operator) by declaring their authenticity.

8.3. The employer has the right to request access, modification or deletion of personal data at any time through a written request in free text sent to the email address of the administrator.

8.4. The Administrator undertakes to use the personal data of the employer only for the needs of fulfilment of its contractual obligations according to the present general conditions.

8.5. Personal data are stored by the administrator in accordance with the rules of the Personal Data Protection Act and in compliance with the protection measures provided for therein. The data is stored by the administrator until the expiration of 2 years from the moment of termination of the contractual relationship with the employer.

IX. Intellectual Propertyy

9.1.The intellectual property rights over all materials and resources located on the administrators website (including the available databases) are subject to protection under the Copyright and Related Rights Act, belong to the administrator or to the designated person who has transferred the right to use the administrator. , and may not be used in violation of applicable law.

9.2.When copying or reproducing information outside the permissible, as well as in any other infringement of intellectual property rights over the resources of the administrator the administrator has the right to claim compensation for direct and indirect damages in full.

9.3Except as expressly agreed, the trader may not reproduce, modify, delete, publish, distribute or otherwise disclose the information resources published on the administator’s website.

9.4. Freelancenetwork is a registered trademark. The use of the trademark in any way by the trader is permissible only with the express written permission of the administrator.

X. Additional Provisions

10.1. The Administrator has the right at its discretion, without giving notice to terminate the contract unilaterally, if it finds that the services provided are used in violation of these general conditions, the legislation of the Republic of Bulgaria and generally accepted moral norms.

10.2. Except in the cases provided for in these General Terms and Conditions, the contract between the parties is terminated upon termination of the administrator’s activity or termination of the maintenance of its website.

10.3.In addition to the above cases, either party may terminate this Agreement by giving one month’s notice to the other Party in the event of failure to perform its obligations under the Agreement.

10.4. The Parties declare that in the event that any of the clauses of these General Terms and Conditions prove to be invalid, this will not invalidate the entire contract or other parts thereof. The invalid clause will be replaced by the mandatory norms of the law or the established practice.

10.5.The Administrator undertakes to notify the employer of any change in these general terms and conditions within 7 days of the occurrence of this circumstance at the email address specified by the merchant.

10.6.When he does not agree with the changes in the general conditions, the employer has the right to withdraw from the contract without stating a reason and without paying compensation or penalty. In order to exercise this right, the employer must notify the administrator within one month of receiving the notice under the previous article.

11.7.. In case the employer does not exercise his right to withdraw from the contract in accordance with the procedure set forth in these general terms and conditions, the amendment shall be deemed accepted by the client without objections

11.8..The provisions of the current legislation of the Republic of Bulgaria shall apply to all issues not settled by these General Terms and Conditions.

Private Policy of freelancenetwork.net for freelancers

These general terms and conditions govern the use of the freelancenetwork.net platform by users offering services on their behalf to users wishing to purchase them. The platform is administrated by Luxury Jobs EOOD, Reg No: 20549134 withregistered address 9000 Varna, Bulgaria , 704 Dr Kiril Yordanov Str, app. 10 , admin@freelancenetwork.net . phone: 00359 988 246 985

I. Definitions

1.1. “freelancenetwork.net”is a digital platform, operating under domaign with address: www.freelancenetwork.net . The platform is giving opportunities users to offer, sell, search and buy services offered by other users of the platform.

1.2. “Administrator” is“Luxury Jobs” EOOD, Reg. No: 20549134 – limited liability company , managing www.freelancenetwork.net and party of these private policy terms and conditions.

1.3. “Freelancer ” is user, who uses www.freelancenetwork.net for offering and selling services to employers on his behalf and on his account

1.4. “Employer” is user, who uses www.freelancenetwork.net to search and buy services offered by Freelancer

1.5. “Services” are factual or legal actions that a freelancer offers to perform for an employer in fulfillment of a contract for ordering or manufacturing, concluded through the interface of freelancenetwork.net

II. Registration of freelance user in freelancenetwork.net

2.1. Users wishing to use freelancenetwork.net as employers can beadult individuals as well as legal entities through their legal representatives.

2.2..A user wishing to use freelancenetwork.net as a freelancer submits, through the interface of freelancenewtork.net , a request for registration as a freelancer. As part of the request, the user shall provide his personal data or the data of the legal entity that represents, including, at the request of the operator, data enabling the identification of the person making the request.

2.3. Applications for registration as a freelancer are not subject to review and approval by the operator. Upon registration request, the platform creates a user profile for the freelancer in freelancenetwork.net, through which the freelancer can use the interface of freelancenetwork.net to make public offers to employers in freelancenetwork.net for services provided on its own behalf.

2.4. The freelancer user profile is including :

Names of the person or names of the company:

Email address

Mobile phone

.Information about consumer activity as a freelancer in freelancenetwork.net at the discretion of the administrator , which may contain data on services purchased from employers, consumer with digital expression, ratings and recommendations from employers.

2.5. The freelancer’s user profile is accessed via an email address and password. The administrator provides the merchant with a password recovery procedure via the same email address provided by the same.

2.6. The freelancer has the right to make changes in his user profile, which do not include a change in the identity of the user.

2.7. A user acquires the quality of a freelancer the moment he first accesses his user profile.

2.8.. The administrator undertakes to provide the freelancer with access to the functionalities of freelancenetwork.net , intended for freelancers. The administrator is not responsible for the temporary suspension of access to freelancenetwork.net or to any of the functionalities of the platform due to technical reasons.

III. Selling services on freelancenetwork.net

3.1 Every freelancer can use the interface of freelancenwork.net to publish offers for services offered on their behalf to employers in freelancenetwork.net.

3.2. The published services on freelancenetwork.net are offers for conducting a contract and are not invitation for negotiations.

3.2. By publishing a service on freelancenetwork.net , the freelancer makes an offer to an unlimited number of persons (employers) – a proposal for concluding a contract for the provision of the services offered by the freelancer, in accordance with the conditions specified in the description of the service. The publication of a service in freelancenetowork.net is an offer (proposal) for concluding a contract, not an invitation for negotiations.

3.3. The publication of freelancenetwork.net services is carried out after preliminary inspection and approval by the Administrator, who reserves the right to refuse the publication of a service if it does not comply with the rules for publishing ads in freelancenetwork.net or contradicts the law or good manners.

3.4. The freelancer is obliged to provide the services offered by him to each employer who has accepted the offer under item 3.2 in accordance with the conditions specified by the freelancer.

3.5. Acceptance of the offer by an employer is considered the moment when the freelancer is notified by the administrator that the employer has accepted his offer and has deposited the price of the service on the account of the administrator. From this moment the freelancer is considered bound by a contractual relationship with the employer, on the basis of which he undertakes to provide services to the employer, in accordance with the description of the service and the employer ‘s wishes, as long as they do not deviate from the freelancer’s offer.

3.6. The Freelancer has the right to publish unlimited offers for services of freelancenetwork.net , as well as to change the services through the interface of freelancenetwork.net as any change of service is subject to approval by the administrator .

3.7 By publishing a service, the freelancer authorises the administrator to negotiate on its behalf to conclude a contract for the supply of services and the negotiation is expressed only in ensuring the publicity of the published services and offering them to employer on behalf of the freelancer .

IV. Individual negotiation with employers

4.1Except under Section III of these general terms and conditions, a freelancer may enter into a contract with an employer under the terms of individual negotiation through the interface of freelancenetwork.net

4.2.By individual negotiation under the previous point, the freelancer may agree with employer individual conditions for the provision of a service, which shall differ from those specified in the service published by the freelancer. Under the terms of individual negotiation, a freelancer can communicate with an employer through the interface of freelancenetwork.net , as well as make an individual offer to the latter. The freelancer is bound by a contractual relationship with the employer, at the moment when he is notified by the administrator that the employer has deposited the price of the service on the account of the administrator , in accordance with the individual offer made by the freelancer.

4.3. The Administrator is not a party to the contract between the employer and the freelancer, neither in the cases of individual negotiation, nor in the cases of negotiation under Section III of the General Terms and Conditions..

4.4. The freelancer undertakes to perform individual negotiations with employers only through the interface of freelancenetwork.net

4.5 The freelancer has no right to negotiate with the employer a method of payment for his services, other than the methods of payment provided by freelancenetwork.net provided as an option. Any incitement to circumvent the procedure imposed by these general terms and conditions of freelancenetwork.net for making payments by a employer is grounds for termination of the freelancer’s access to his user profile in freelancenetwork.net .

4.6 Through individual negotiation with employer, the freelancer authorises the administrator to negotiate on his behalf for the conclusion of a contract for the supply of services and the negotiation is expressed only in the transmission of information in connection with the conclusion of a contract between the parties.nection with the conclusion of a contract between the parties.

V. Contract performance and payment

5.1The freelancer undertakes to consider as fulfilled the obligation of the employer to pay the price of the service, subject to negotiation, from the moment he receives confirmation of payment made by the administrator. The employer deposits the price of the service to the account of the administrator, who undertakes to pay the amount to the freelancer after the performance of the contract and after deduction of the intermediary fee for the use of freelancenetwork.net

5.2.The freelancer should note through the interface of freelancenetwork.net the fact that he has fulfilled his obligations under a contract with an employer. The freelancer has the right to confirm the fact of performance of the contract by the freelancer or to challenge the same. In case the employer does not confirm or dispute the fact of performance of the contract by the freelancer within 5 calendar days, it is considered that the employer has accepted the performance of the contract and the freelancer is entitled to receive payment of remuneration by the administrator after deduction. at an intermediary fee.

5.3.The payment made by the administrator to the freelancer under the terms of this section of the general conditions has the character of payment for a service to the freelancer. The amount due by the employer is paid to the administrator’s account. The Administrator undertakes to keep the price paid by the employer under the contract with the freelancer until the employer confirms the performance of the contract by the freelancer.

5.4.Within 7 days from the moment of confirmation of the contract execution by the employer, the administrator is obliged to hand over to the freelancer the price paid by the employer after deducting the intermediary fee of 15 % from the agreed price for the service.

5.5.The freelancer owes the administrator an intermediary fee for each contract he concludes with an employer , amounting to 15% (including VAT) of the price paid by the employer under the contract. The intermediary fee is due from the moment when the obligation of the administrator to transfer the paid price to the freelancer according to item 5.4 of the general conditions arises. The intermediary fee shall be set off by the administrator, the obligation of the administrator under item 5.4.t

5.6. In fulfillments of its obligation under item 5.4 the administrator pays to the freelancer 85% of the price paid by the employer under the concluded contract, which is equal to the full amount of the price paid by the employer, reduced by the intermediary fee due by the freelancer for the contract.

5.7. The administrator is obliged to fulfil the obligation under item 5.6 by bank transfer or by payment operator PayPal by bearing at his own expense the fees related to ordering the transfer, but not the fees related to its receipt by the freelancers.

5.8. The authority of the administrator under this section represent the performance of a payment transaction by the operator, in his capacity of sales representative only to the freelancer, but not to the employer.

5.9. The Freelancer has the right, after receiving confirmation of payment from the administrator, to refuse to provide service to the employer. In this case, the administrator fully refunds the employer the price paid by the latter and does not owe its delivery to the freelancer. The Administrator has the right, in the absence of valid reasons for refusal to perform the relevant service by the freelancer, to terminate the latter’s access to his user profile for a certain period by the administrator and to terminate the contract concluded with the freelancer under these general terms

VI. Disputing

6.1. If an employer disputes the performance of the contract by the freelancer according to item 5.2 of the general conditions, the administrator delays the transfer of the freelancer’s remuneration, as well as the accrual of an intermediary fee, until the performance of the contract by the freelancer is established.

6.2. Establishment of the performance of the contract may occur by subsequent confirmation by the employer or at the discretion of the administrator , if he considers that the freelancer has provided sufficient evidence to establish performance. In all other cases, the administrator refunds to the employer the amount paid by the latter. Upon refund of the price paid by the employer under the terms of this clause of the general conditions, the administrator is released from its obligation to hand over to the freelancer remuneration under the contract, and loses the right to withhold an intermediary fee.

6.3. The Administrator undertakes to provide the necessary assistance to the parties for resolving disputes in connection with the implementation of a contract concluded through freelancenetwork.net , through mediation and mediation conducted through the means of communication in freelancenetwork.net.

6.4.. The freelancer shall be liable for all damages caused to the administrator in connection with incorrectly provided information egarding his obligations under the contract, including lost profits, namely compensation in the amount of the administrator’s brokerage fee, which he would be entitled to receive if the freelancer correctly fulfils the obligations. under the contract and these general terms and conditions..

VII. User ratings and public rating

7.1. Upon confirmation of the performance of a contract by an employer, the employer has to provide a numerical assessment according to criteria set by the administrator for the service of the freelancer. The assessment may be accompanied by written feedback.

7.2..The digital ratings given by freelancenetwork.net employers for the freelancer’s services can be used by the administrator to compile an average employer rating for the freelancer, which will be published by the administrator in the freelance’s user profile so that it is visible to employers.

7.3. The administrator has the right to publish the written feedback from employers in a way that allows them to be available to other users of freelancenetwork.net. The administrator is not responsible for the content of the assessments, nor for their objectivity, including damages and lost profits, which the trader suffers from the publicity of the respective assessments.

VIII. Personal Data Protection

8.1. In connection with the fulfilment of its obligations and powers under these general terms and conditions, the administrator processes personal data of freelancers , in its own name and in its capacity as controller of personal data..

8.2. The personal data is provided by each freelancer voluntarily for the purposes of fulfilling these general conditions and in particular for using the functionalities of freelancenetwork.net. Freelancers provide their names, email address, telephone number, as well as data necessary for performing money transactions (bank account data or opened account / account with a payment operator) by declaring their authenticity.

8.3. The Freelancer has the right to request access, modification or deletion of personal data at any time by means of a written request in free text sent to the email address of the operator.

8.4. The Administrator undertakes to use the personal data of freelancers only for the purposes of fulfilling its contractual obligations in accordance with these general conditions.

8.5. Personal data are stored by the administrator in accordance with the rules of the Personal Data Protection Act and in compliance with the protection measures provided for therein. The data is stored by the administrator until the expiration of 2 years from the moment of termination of the contractual relationship with the freelancer.

IX. Confidentiality and competitive activity

9.1. The freelancer undertakes to treat as confidential any information that becomes known to him about the functioning of freelancenetwork.net as well as any information about his contractual relations with the administrator or with employers. Any information that is not made public by the administrator should be treated as confidential.

9.2. The freelancer undertakes not to disseminate the information under the previous point to third parties, not to use it in his activity or in the activity of third parties, when it is not related to the implementation of this contract, and to take all necessary measures normally adopted. in practice, to keep information confidential.

9.3.In case of non-fulfilment of any of his obligations under the previous points, related to the protection of confidential information, the freelancer shall owe compensation to the administrator for the amages actually suffered by the same, as well as for the benefits missed by the administrator.

9.4.As a freelancer, as well as within 1 (one) year after the termination of his relationship with the administrator, not to perform on his own behalf actions aimed at establishing a business relationship with employers with whom he has negotiated or concluded a contract in freelancenetwork.net, in the context of independent business activity or in favor of the activity of a third party, unless the same is not in compliance with this contract.

X. Intellectual Property

10.1. The intellectual property rights over all materials and resources located on the administrator’s website (including available databases) are subject to protection under the Copyright and Related Rights Act, belong to the administrator or to the designated person who has transferred the right to use the administrator, and may not be used in violation of applicable law.

10.2. When copying or reproducing information outside the permissible, as well as in any other infringement of intellectual property rights over the resources of the administrator the administrator has the right to claim compensation for direct and indirect damages in full.

10.3. Except as expressly agreed, the freelancer may not reproduce, modify, delete, publish, distribute or otherwise disclose the information resources published on the administrator’s website

10.4. freelancenetwork is a registered trademark. The use of the trademark in any way by the freelancer is permissible only with the express written permission of the administrator.

XI. Additional provisions

11.1. TheAdministrator has the right at its discretion, without giving notice to terminate the contract unilaterally, if it finds that the services provided are used in violation of these general conditions, the legislation of the Republic of Bulgaria and generally accepted moral norms.

11.2 Except in the cases provided for in these General Terms and Conditions, the contract between the parties is terminated upon termination of the administrator ‘s activity or termination of the maintenance of its website.

11.3In addition to the above cases, either party may terminate this Agreement by giving one month’s notice to the other Party in the event of failure to perform its obligations under the Agreement.

11.4. The Parties declare that in the event that any of the clauses of these General Terms and Conditions prove to be invalid, this will not invalidate the entire contract or other parts thereof. The invalid clause will be replaced by the mandatory norms of the law or the established practice.

11.5.. The Administrator undertakes to notify the trader of any change in these general terms and conditions within 7 days of the occurrence of this circumstance at the email address specified by the freelancer

111.6. When he does not agree with the changes in the general conditions, the freelancer has the right to withdraw from the contract without stating a reason and without paying compensation or penalty. In order to exercise this right, the freelancer must notify the administrator within one month of receiving the notification under the previous article.

11.7. In case of freelancer does not exercise his right to withdraw from the contract in accordance with the procedure laid down in these general terms and conditions, the amendment shall be deemed accepted by the trader without objections.

11.8. The provisions of the current legislation of the Republic of Bulgaria shall apply to all issues not settled by these General Terms and Conditions.