1. In general

The standard terms and conditions are an integral part of the Agreement. Definitions in the Agreement also apply to the Standard Terms.  

2. Use 

The right to use the Premises only applies to the registered Customer, and the Customer may not leave the use to others.

The customer is obliged to leave the office space cleared at the end of each working day, as well as at the end of the Agreement period. If the Delivery does not apply to the use of a permanent office or permanent office space, the Customer is also obliged to remove all his assets at the end of each working day.  

The premises may only be used for office activities. Modification of the business on the Premises, including operation of other, related business, is not permitted without the Supplier's written prior consent. The customer is obliged to treat both the Premises and the property in general with due care.  

It is not permitted to hold courses, lectures and similar activities on the premises - without written permission

3. Payment 

The consideration specified in the Agreement is due for payment in advance on the 1st of each month. The Supplier issues an invoice to the Customer with such content as is required in accordance with current regulations, and with information about the Supplier's account number for payment of the Remuneration. Payment is not considered made until the amount has been received on the Supplier's account.

The remuneration can - in addition to changes in the price list - be adjusted every 1 January, in accordance with any changes in Statistics Norway's consumer price index, or, if this is abolished, another corresponding public index. However, the Remuneration shall not be adjustable under the Remuneration agreed at the time of the contract. The original contract index is the index for the month of June in the year the agreement was entered into. Adjustment is based on the development from the original contract index to the last known index at the time of adjustment.

The current price list is visible at www.evolve.no. The price list is subject to change without notice. 

In the event of late payment of the Remuneration, interest on arrears shall be paid in accordance with Act No. 100 of 17 December 1976 or Act replacing it. The supplier has the right to demand a fee for reminders.

In the event of non-payment, the Supplier may terminate the Customer's access - after the reminder and debt collection notice have been sent out.

The customer decides that a compulsory deviation can be demanded if the Remuneration is not paid, cf. the Enforcement Act § 13-2 third paragraph (a). The customer decides that a compulsory deviation can be demanded when the Agreement period has expired, cf. the Enforcement Act § 13-2 third paragraph (b).

4. Maintenance and changes

The supplier shall provide and pay for all external and internal maintenance and replacement of technical facilities. The supplier shall also ensure the operation and cleaning of the Premises and the Common Areas.

The Supplier shall ensure and pay that the Premises are in accordance with the public law building technical requirements that apply to the Premises, given the business to be conducted by the Customer in accordance with point 2. Public law requirements as a result of the Customer's activities / use of the Premises, which are not of a building technical or regulatory nature, is the Customer's responsibility.

The Supplier has access to the Premises every day, for inspection, repair, maintenance, inspection, assessment, change work, etc. The Customer must find himself in such work without compensation or rejection in the Remuneration, unless the disadvantages for the Customer are significant.

The supplier is free to change the size, location and design of the Premises and Common Areas - but not without written notice to the customer.

All adjustments made by or for the Customer must be reset by the tenant upon relocation - alternatively carried out at the Customer's expense. The same applies to damage and abnormal wear.

The Customer may not make changes to or from the Premises without the Supplier's written prior consent.

5. Supplier's responsibility

The supplier is responsible for direct losses due to delay or defect. With regard to deficiencies, it is assumed that the deficiency is significant. Indirect losses are not covered. The compensation is limited to 1 month's Remuneration, unless the Supplier has acted intentionally or with gross negligence.

The Customer is not entitled to withhold Remuneration as security for the claims the Customer has or may have against the Supplier as a result of delay or defect.

If the Customer wishes to invoke persistent or repeated default on the part of the Supplier as a basis for termination, this requires prior written notice that the Agreement may be terminated if the breach does not cease.

The Supplier is not responsible for losses related to any errors, including security errors, in the Supplier's IT systems and / or internet connection.

6. Customer's responsibility

The Customer is responsible for any damage or defects caused by the Customer himself or persons to whom the Customer has given access to the Premises.

The customer is responsible for holding their own assets and interests etc. insured.

If the Customer is guilty of a material breach of the Agreement, including the Standard Terms and the House Rules, the Supplier may terminate this, and the Customer is then obliged to vacate the Premises immediately.

The supplier's declaration of termination of the agreement on the basis of a material breach shall be in writing and substantiated.

7. Fire / destruction / fire protection / alarm

If the Premises are destroyed by fire or other accidental event, the Contractor may declare himself free from all rights and obligations under the Agreement.

The customer has a duty to familiarize themselves with the building's fire protection rules and escape plan. Likewise, the Customer has a duty to participate in fire drills held by the building owner, as well as to appoint an evacuation manager. The customer is responsible for informing all his employees about current rules and plans.

Negligent triggering of alarms - due to the Customer's use - which entails emergency / costs, will be charged to the Customer.

8. VAT

The customer's VAT status per signing of the Agreement and the assumed use of the Premises is stated in the Agreement.

To the extent that the Delivery is to be covered by the Supplier's voluntary registration in the Value Added Tax Register, the Customer guarantees that the conditions for registration are met from the time of signing the Agreement and throughout the Agreement Period.

The Contractor is entitled to add VAT at the applicable rate at any time on the Remuneration and any other costs related to areas that are to be covered by the Contractor's voluntary registration in accordance with the Agreement, as well as other services subject to VAT. The same applies to areas that may be covered by the Supplier's registration as a result of registration for rental being required by law.

The Customer shall immediately provide the Supplier with information about conditions that may lead to a change in the tax status of all or parts of the Premises / Delivery. The customer must also within 14 days respond in writing to the Supplier's annual declarations about the customer's use of the premises throughout the year. Evolve only accepts customers who run 100% VAT-liable business. The Customer shall indemnify the Contractor for any loss the Contractor may incur, including reduced right to deduct and reversal / adjustment of deducted input VAT as well as interest, surcharge and other costs associated with such loss, as a result of rule changes for the Customer's use / business or Customer's change of use, sublease , company / organizational changes, formal deficiencies or negligence, etc. When calculating the Contractor's losses, tax consequences for the Contractor shall be taken into account.

Any claims as a result of the provisions of this clause 8 are due for payment upon demand.

9. Security

See the Agreement for which alternative applies.

A      

The Customer provides a surety guarantee from a financial institution that conducts business in Norway under a license granted by the Norwegian authorities, or another guarantee approved by the Supplier, for timely fulfillment of the Customer's obligations under the Agreement.

In connection with rent adjustment, the Supplier may demand that the guarantee be adjusted proportionately. The guarantee must be valid, and non-cancellable by the Customer and the guarantor, during the Agreement period and three months after moving out. The guarantee shall be subject to Norwegian law. The venue of the premises is decided in all disputes concerning the guarantee.

B 

The Customer pays a deposit which is placed in a blocked account in the Customer's name in the same bank to which the Remuneration is paid. The deposit shall be security for timely fulfillment of the Customer's obligations under the Agreement. In connection with the adjustment of the Remuneration, the Contractor may demand that the deposit be adjusted proportionately. Earned interest on the account can be paid by the Customer from the bank.

If the Contractor demands coverage from the deposit account due to the Customer's default, the bank shall notify the Customer of the claim and state that the amount will be paid to the Contractor if the Lessee does not within five weeks after the notice is sent, document that he has filed a claim. The notification must be sent to the Customer's specified address or to any specified electronic mailbox. If the bank does not receive such documentation within the deadline, and the Contractor has not withdrawn the claim, the bank shall, with liberating effect, pay the amount to the Contractor.

If the Customer has filed a lawsuit, the bank may, with liberating effect, only pay the amount to the Contractor after the Customer's written consent, final judgment or other decision that has effect as a final judgment.

If the Customer after termination of the Agreement demands payment of a deposit in addition to accrued interest, the bank shall notify the Contractor in writing of the claim and state that the deposit, including accrued interest, will be paid to the Customer if the Contractor does not within five weeks after the notice is sent. brought an action against the Customer with claims in accordance with the Agreement. The bank can use the last known address or electronic mailbox for the notification. If the bank does not receive such documentation within the deadline and the Customer has not withdrawn its claim, the bank shall, with liberating effect, pay the amount to the Customer.  

The customer must not provide security.

Breach of the provision in this section is regarded as a material breach which gives the Supplier a right of cancellation, if the Customer has not, after written notice from the Supplier, made sure to rectify the matter within 14 days.



10. Subletting and mortgaging

Subletting is not allowed. The lease can not be pledged.

11. Choice of law and dispute resolution

All matters related to the Agreement, including the Standard Terms and the House Rules, are governed by Norwegian law. Oslo District Court is adopted as venue in all disputes concerning this agreement.

To the extent that the contractual relationship is subject to the Rent Act, the following provisions of the Rent Act will not apply: §§ 2-15, 3-5, 3-6, 3-8, 4-3, 5-4 first paragraph, 5-8, 7- 5, 8-4, 8-5, 8-6 second paragraph, 10-5 and 10-6. In other respects, it is the Agreement, the Standard Terms and the House Rules that apply in those cases where these have other provisions than what follows from the deviating rules of the Rent Act.

RULES OF RULES

1. In general

The house rules are an integral part of the Agreement. Definitions in the Agreement and the Standard Terms also apply to the House Rules.

2. Scope and purpose

The house rules establish guidelines for the use of the Premises and the Common Areas and the Supplier's equipment in the Premises.

Since the Premises are a shared workplace, the House Rules also aim to ensure that the Premises are a workplace where everyone can thrive and get the greatest possible professional benefit.

3. Access to the Premises

The Customer will be issued an access card or digital access scheme when establishing the customer relationship with the Supplier, which can be used to gain access to the Premises within the opening hours determined by the Supplier. The access is only intended for the Customer. The access can not be copied or lent to others, including other customers.

If the Customer loses a card or key, the Customer shall notify the Supplier of this without undue delay.

4. Use of the Premises

In the Premises it is not allowed to:

  1. smoke,
  2. bring animals (with the exception of guide dogs),
  3. store bicycles or other means of transport,
  4. have materials or equipment that represent a danger to persons and / or material,
  5. hang up shelves, pictures etc. with e.g. nails or tape that can damage walls and fixtures,
  6. install fixed equipment and installations,
  7. make permanent changes, such as replacing locks or replacing systems, furniture or other,
  8. bring your own furniture - without a specific agreement. 
  1. use the Premises or its facilities for activities other than for work purposes, including the use of the Premises is prohibited:
  1. as a place of residence,
  2. to spend the night, and
  3. for private events.
  4. for courses, lectures and similar activities - without written permission

The customer is free to stay in and use the Common Areas, but is obliged to clean up after themselves after use. If the Customer moves furniture, this should only be temporary and put back in place after use.

Meeting rooms must be reserved in advance through the Supplier's systems. If the Customer does not show up to the reserved meeting room within half an hour after the scheduled time, other customers can use the meeting room for the rest of the reserved time.

The customer's office space must be kept tidy. Unless the Delivery applies to a permanent office space, an office space can not be held for longer than two hours without it being in use. If the office space has been unused for two hours or more, it can be used by others.

No food, drink, rubbish, etc. shall be left in the Premises. See separate environmental stations for source sorting in the premises. 

5. Food and drink

All meals should be consumed in areas set aside for this purpose.

It is not allowed to install your own coffee machine and the like - without a specific agreement.

6. Cleaning and tidying 

The customer must treat all parts of the Premises, its equipment, adaptations and furniture with care. 

The customer is obliged to clean and tidy after using equipment, furniture, installations, etc. Things must be put back as they were before the Customer used them.

The customer is obliged to sort waste in accordance with current rules for source sorting.

7. Equipment, IT and network

The customer has access to a wireless network. The network shall not be used for illegal activity, including illegal downloading and / or uploading. It is not permitted to visit websites with content that may be offensive to others.

8. Electricity

Electricity shall only be used for normal lighting, power to personal computers and small appliances, unless special permission has been given for something else by the Supplier in advance.

9. Use of sensor technology

The supplier reserves the right to use sensors in the building stock to map the use of the property on a general basis, in order to create the best possible user experience for customers. If necessary, the Supplier will submit privacy statements, etc. which the Customer is obliged to sign.

10. Consideration for other customers

The customer is responsible for contributing to a good working environment in the Premises, and must take the other customers into account.

One goal is to facilitate that the Customer can establish connections with like-minded people. To avoid interference, networking should take place in the Common Areas.

Noise must be kept at a work-friendly level, so that it does not disturb or irritate other customers who use the Premises. Below, the Customer must:

  1. Keep your phone ringing low.
  2. Do not play music through speakers and keep the volume of the earphones at such a level that it may not be disturbing to others.
  3. Make longer phone calls in suitable areas so that others are not disturbed.

11. Outsiders

The customer may have visits from guests in the Premises in connection with their own business.

The customer's employees and any guests must act commercially. The customer is obliged to ensure that employees and guests follow the House Rules.

12. Duty of confidentiality

Sensitive information (personal or business) that the Customer comes across and that applies to other customers, customers' employees, guests or close relatives, the Customer has a duty of confidentiality about.

13. Other misconduct

Other conduct that cannot be placed under any of the above-mentioned House Rules is not permitted if it can be characterized as inappropriate. Illegal conduct should always be considered inappropriate.

14. Change of house rules

The Supplier reserves the right to change the House Rules if necessary with effect for future use of the Premises. The current House Rules are visible at www.evolve.no.

However, the customer is responsible for keeping up to date on the house rules in force at any given time.