Privacy Policy

1. By using GRATA International’s website, you acknowledge that you are  aged 16 or over and agree with this privacy policy (hereinafter - the 'Privacy Policy').

2. The following terms and definitions are used in the Privacy Policy:

"GRATA International" GRATA Law Firm LLP (registered in the Republic of Kazakhstan), its branches, representative offices, subsidiaries, as well as other individuals and legal entities that provide services under its brand both on the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan and beyond;

"Personal Data" information relating to a certain subject or a subject determined on the basis of such personal data, recorded on electronic, paper and(or) other material media. In particular, the Personal Data includes: name, identification number, place of residence or location, online identifier, e-mail address, telephone number, including mobile phone number, address and other data of the subject of personal data;

"Subject" an individual, to which the personal data belongs;

"Company" an sole trader, legal entity, state or government agency that engages with GRATA International, including a client to whom GRATA International provides or can provide services;

"Company Related Party" an individual who is the founder (participant) of the Company, its employee, or a person hired by or serving the company under a civil law contract, as well as another person that the Company interacts or may interact with;

"Personal Data Collection" actions aimed at obtaining personal data;

"Personal Data Processing" actions aimed at the accumulation, recording, systematisation, structuring, storage, modification, amendment, use, review, distribution and other transfer, depersonalisation, restoration, grouping or combining, blocking and destruction of personal data;

"Applicable Law" the law applicable on the territory of the state, where the Personal Data is collected and/or processed.

3. GRATA International may collect Personal Data from the following sources:
1) Entities that provide their Personal Data to GRATA International representatives in oral form, in paper documents, in electronic documents, electronic messages, in feedback forms published on the official website of GRATA International (www.gratanet.com), in other ways, directly or through their representatives; 
2) Representatives of the companies that provide Personal Data of the company related subjects to GRATA International representatives in oral form, in paper documents, in electronic documents, electronic messages, in feedback forms published on the official website of GRATA International (www.gratanet.com), or in other ways; 
3) Tracking the subjects' activity on the Internet using cookies; 
4) Public sources; 
5) State information systems according to the procedure and under the conditions provided for by the Applicable Law.
4. GRATA International collects and processes Personal Data related to certain subjects for the following purposes:

1) to provide a Company, which the subjects are related to, with the information about GRATA International services and the terms of their provision, including business offers, invitations to seminars and other events organised with the participation of GRATA International; 
2) to provide a Company, which the subjects are related to, with information about any changes and trends in the legislation and application thereof, as well as with articles, reviews and other informational and/or analytical materials in the area of law that in GRATA International's opinion can be of the Company's interest; 
3) to provide a Company, which the subjects are related to, with other information related to the activities of GRATA International, as well as with any other information that in GRATA International's opinion can be of the Company's interest; 
4) to provide services to the Company or Company Related Party; 
5) to negotiate with the Company (Company Related Party) in relation to services provided by GRATA International to the Company (Company Related Party) or to any other type of cooperation with the Company (Company Related Party); 
6) to improve the quality of services provided by GRATA International to the Company and/or Company Related Subjects; 
7) for the purposes established by the Applicable Law, in particular where the personal data collection and processing is required for the performance by GRATA International of its duties under the Applicable Law, performance by law enforcement agencies, courts, and for enforcement proceedings, including protection of rights and legitimate interests of GRATA International.
5. Any Subject has the right at any time to withdraw his/her consent to the collection and/or processing of his/her Personal Data, having informed thereof by e-mail: info@gratanet.com.  Such  consent withdrawal does not entail the illegality of the Personal Data Processing held prior to the receipt of such  withdrawal by GRATA International.

6. Personal Data collection and processing are allowed without the consent of the Subject if they are required:

a. To perform a contract concluded between the Subject and GRATA International, or if GRATA International, at the Subject's request, takes the measures necessary to conclude the contract; 
b. to perform  GRATA International’s obligations under the law; 
c. to protect the essential interests of the Subject or another individual; 
d. to protect the rights or legitimate interests of GRATA International or another person, including with the assistance of law enforcement agencies, courts and bailiffs. 
e. in other cases established by the Applicable Law.
7. In cases where the Persona Data collection and processing without the consent of the Subject are allowed by the Applicable Law, the Subject may at any time request the suspension of such collection and processing until GRATA International demonstrates the legitimacy of interests for which protection the Personal Data are collected and processed.

8. Personal Data collection and processing using automation tools are allowed.

9. Personal Data collected by GRATA International in accordance with this Policy shall be stored and processed within the period, during which GRATA International pursues the purposes, for which the Personal Data has been collected.

10. The list of persons that define the purposes and methods of the Personal Data collection and processing, as well as representatives of such persons, and their contact details are given in the table below:

Country

Phone

Email

All countries

+7-727-2445777

info@gratanet.com

Azerbaijan

Kazakhstan

+7-727-2445777

Kyrgyzstan

Russia

Uzbekistan

Other countries

+7-727-2445777

info@gratanet.com


11. Carefully handles the Personal Data collected in accordance with this Policy and makes every effort and takes measures to protect them and ensure security in accordance with the requirements of the Applicable Law. Besides, the protection and security of the Personal Data are provided by software products and the best service providers. For issues related to the Personal Data protection, you can contact us by info@gratanet.com, it@gratanet.com.

12. Personal Data received by one of the individuals or legal entities, branches, representative offices being a part of GRATA International, can be freely transferred to another individual or legal entity, branch, representative office being a part of GRATA International and located in any state, for processing in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

13. Personal Data received by one of the individuals or legal entities, branches, representative offices being a part of GRATA International, can be transferred to another person or government agency for processing in accordance with the Applicable Law and this Privacy Policy on the territory of any state.

14. The Subject may request copies of regulatory legal acts, corporate rules and other acts on the Personal Data protection in the country of interest, where GRATA International can transfer the Personal Data to, by sending the request to info@gratanet.com.

15. GRATA International may transfer Personal Data to the territory of other states according to a court judgement or arbitral award, as well as any decision of the administrative authority of a third country, and/or an international organisation, if (1) such decision is binding for GRATA International in accordance with the Applicable Law, including applicable international treaties, or (2) such transfer is permitted by the Applicable Law and is subject to the statutory requirements.

16. GRATA International may perform the cross-border transfer of Personal Data for the purposes listed in Clause 4 of this Policy, and in the following cases:

If the Personal Data transfer is required to perform the contract at the Subject's request or pre-contract measures, as well as to conclude or perform a contract in the interests of the Subject;

If the Personal Data transfer is required to file a statement of claim or statement of defense in the interests of the Subject;

If the transfer is required to protect the vital interests of the Subject, when the Subject physically or legally cannot give its consent;

The Personal Data can be transferred from an open register of the European Union designed to provide information to an unlimited number of persons, but only subject to t

he conditions established by the European Union law.

17. GRATA International may perform the cross-border transfer of Personal Data for other purposes and in other cases with the consent of the Subject obtained upon notifying him/her on the possible risks associated with such transfer.

18. GRATA International or persons providing Personal Data storage services to GRATA International shall store Personal Data during the period required for the Personal Data Processing, in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

19. The Subject has the right to demand from GRATA International an access to his/her Personal Data collected in accordance with this Privacy Policy, to remove his/her Personal Data, to restrict the use thereof, to object to the use thereof, and to require the transfer of the Personal Data to other subjects for processing. To exercise this right, the Subject can contact GRATA International by info@gratanet.com. Thereat, the exercise of this right shall not violate the rights and legitimate interests of other people.

20. The Subject has the right to appeal against GRATA International's actions or omissions to public authorities in the procedure established by the Applicable Law, including the Supervisory Authority established on the territory of the European Union to the extent permitted by the Applicable Law.

21. GRATA International is not liable for damages caused to the Subject as a result of the Personal Data processing, if such processing did not violate the requirements of the Applicable Law, and if the damage was cased by the processing actions performed at the Subject's direction.


This Cookies Policy describes how GRATA International collects and uses cookies and tracking technologies on its website. Cookies and similar tracking technologies enable us to track and analyse the activity on our website to enhance your experience of our services.

This Cookies Policy includes the following information:

  • Tracking and Cookies data

  • How we use cookies

  • Our contact information

Please read our Privacy Policy to find out more about how we use your personal data.

Tracking and Cookies data:

Cookies are files with small amount of data which may include an anonymous unique identifier. Cookies are sent to your browser from a website and stored on your device. They are used to remember your preferences and settings for online services. More information about cookies and how they work can be found on http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ Please note GRATA International has no affiliation with All About Cookies.org, thus is not responsible for their website.

Tracking technologies also used are tags, scripts and pixels to collect and track information and to improve and analyse our services.

Emails may contain a small transparent image files or lines of code to record how you interact with them. We use this information to better analyse and improve our newsletters.

You can instruct your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, if you do not accept cookies, this website may not function properly, and you may not be able to use some portions of our services.

You can find information on how to manage cookie settings on certain browsers via the following links:

Examples of Cookies we use:

  • Session cookies are temporary cookies that are erased when you close your browser while persistent or permanent cookies stay on your device until you manually delete them or until your browser deletes them based on the duration period specified in the persistent cookie file.

  • Preference cookies remember your preferences, such as language settings and various other settings.

  • Targeting cookies enable a website to send you personalised advertising.

How we use cookies

We use cookies and tracking technologies to remember your preferences and settings; to remember information that you may enter on our website; to generate aggregate statistics about our website usability; for error management and troubleshooting; to help you share content with others; and to improve your experience with our website and digital services.

Analytics:

We use Google Analytics to collect statistical data about how our website is used. Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google that tracks and reports website traffic. Google Analytics uses cookies to collect information such as your location, IP address, device information, browser information, and information about the pages you view on our website and how you interact with it. This information helps us to maximise compatibility based on users’ browser preferences, to analyse how many users we have, which pages of our website are popular, the country where our users are located and their interests so that we can constantly improve how we present content and usability.

You can opt-out of having made your activity on the Service available to Google Analytics by installing the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. The add-on prevents the Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) from sharing information with Google Analytics about visits activity.

Google Analytics cookies may retain information for up to two years. For more information on the privacy practices of Google, please visit the Google Privacy & Terms web page: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en

How to contact us:

If you have any questions or concerns about this cookies policy, please send us an email at info@gratanet.com