13.6. The provisions of the following sections and all other rights or obligations of the parties under these conditions, which should, by their nature, survive the termination or expiration of these conditions, survive any expiration or termination of these conditions: 6.4, 7.2, 8 to 15 and 17 to 26.13.4. In the event of termination of the subscription pursuant to Section 14.2, Datadog reimburses the partner, upon request, a proportionate share of the unused sums paid in advance by the partner as part of the current customer order on the basis of the remaining portion of the current subscription period (a „pro-rated“ refund). Datadog will issue the pro-rated refund directly to the partner and any transfer of part or all of the amount will be made between the partner and the customer according to the customer`s order. Under no circumstances will the termination, expiry or suspension of services, these conditions, customer orders or partnership agreement result in Datadog`s liability to the Customer for refunds or damages. 13.5. If the Customer uses the Services as part of a reseller order, subject to the shorter possible retention times for the service plan, up to 30 days from the effective date of the termination of these conditions, a licensed user designated by the Customer has the right to continue accessing the customer`s data and downloading it immediately before termination. , to which authorized users could access through the Services. Access and use of the authorized user in particular remains subject to the conditions of these conditions, provided that the authorized user is not allowed to access or use the Services, except to download the customer`s data. The complex network of contracts and risk allocations in a construction project creates the potential for project participants to fall back on themselves at the first sign of difficulties. While this is a practical and logical response, it can deprive participants of the opportunity to expedite claims resolution, eliminate dual disputes and bring all officials to the table by turning apparent contractual „enemies“ into allies through through pass-through agreements.