Please read these terms and conditions of sale carefully. By accessing an Institute of Operational Risk (“IOR”) website or accessing any content, software, products or services available through websites (“content”), you are considered an agreement with the Operational Risk Institute and you have agreed to be bound to the terms below. The sites are owned and operated by IOR. A renegotiated monetary agreement between the EU and the Vatican City State came into force on 1 January 2010, complementing the monetary agreement reached in 2000 between the Vatican City State and Italy. Following the signing of the agreement, the Vatican implemented EU legislation on euro counterfeiting and money laundering until the end of 2010 and acknowledged that the European Court of Justice was the only jurisdiction responsible for resolving disputes under the agreement.  Although every effort has been made to ensure the high quality and accuracy of the sites, IOR does not explicitly or tacitly guarantee the content of websites, which is provided “properly”. The IOR expressly rejects all guarantees, including, but not only, guarantees of adequacy to a given purpose and guarantees of satisfactory quality. Under no circumstances are IOR, its affiliates or other suppliers liable for direct, special, accidental or consequential damage (including, but not limited, damage to loss-making commercial profits, interruptions to operations, loss of business information or other financial losses) resulting directly or indirectly from use (or non-use) or confidence in content , even if IOR has been informed of the possibility that such damage may occur. IOR does not guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of content that appears on websites or that related websites or systems are free of viruses or other contaminating or destructive properties. In the event that IOR assumes liability, the overall liability must not exceed the amount you originally paid for the service.
With the exception of a fraudulent misrepresentation, this agreement, along with all the instructions for ordering and instruction on payment, specify the whole agreement and understanding of the parties as to the purpose in this context. All previous written or oral agreements are replaced by this agreement. In LE 116344 (25.13.2005), we found: that, under C.D. 3530-002A, the seller, if he held a “security interest” in the goods in order to guarantee his right to pay for products sold and shipped, retained a persistent “financial interest” in the goods in order to allow the seller to act as an importer of import-import registrations on import. In this case, the property, property and risk of loss were transferred to the buyer with the delivery of the products to the foreign forwarder to the buyer in the United States. The seller determined the means of transporting the goods sold and charged the buyer for the costs associated with shipping the goods (shipping, handling, customs, insurance and other similar costs). HRL 116344 found that, as part of its sales contract, [the seller] “goes considerably in spite of the ownership and ownership of the products to the [buyer] when delivering to the foreign freight port for shipping, under his sales contract, a “security interest” for all products delivered to [the buyer] “as collateral for the performance of all the buyer`s obligations by the buyer] of that contract.