The Client and the Provider have agreed that the invoice is sent to the Client in an electronic form to the email address stated in the Contract or the email address used to conclude the Contract. If the Client does not state their objections regarding the invoice in writing within five (5) days from the date they received the invoice, such invoice is concerned issued and delivered and the Client is obliged to settle it. The client is obliged to settle the invoice until the invoice due date. In case the payment is overdue, the Provider has the right to proceed as follows:
- 0 to 14 days overdue – the Provider makes an effort to remind the Client about overdue payments via phone or by SMS;0 až 14 dní po splatnosti, Poskytovateľ vyvinie úsilie a bude sa pokúšať Klienta upovedomiť o meškajúcich úhradách telefonicky prípadne prostredníctvom SMS správ;a. 0 to 14 days overdue – the Provider makes an effort to remind the Client about overdue payments via phone or by SMS;
- 15 to 30 days overdue – the Provider sends a written reminder using e-mail address stated in the contract attempting reconciliation;
- 31 days overdue – the Provider has the right to collect claims using their legal attorney in the form of a legal action to claim the amount overdue;
The Provider has the right to claim overdue interest in the amount of 0.05% of the amount overdue for each day the amount is overdue, as stated in the point 4a and 4b. In the case stated in the point 4c, the Provider has the right to claim a lump sum in accordance with Articles no. 369a and 369c of the Trade Act no. 9/2013 Coll. together with the Article no. 1/1 Government of the Slovak Republic Directive no. 21/2013 Coll or overdue interest in the amount of 0.05% for each day the amount is overdue.
In case the Client is overdue with the payment of Provider’s invoice, the Provider has the right to withdraw from the Contract in writing according to the conditions stated in the Contract. Any damages caused by the Provider by such procedures are Client’s responsibility and the Provider cannot be held responsible. Claiming the right to contract penalty has no impact on Provider’s damages claim.