(b) Neither Party shall be obligated to provide, or cause to be provided, any Service to the extent that the provision of such Service would require such Party, any of its affiliates or any of their respective officers, directors, managers, members, employees, agents or representatives to violate any applicable Laws.
Section 3.2. Third Party Consents and Limitations.
(a) The Service Provider has obtained (or prior to providing the applicable Services, will obtain) any and all third party consents necessary for provision of its applicable Services during the Term. The costs associated with obtaining any third-party consents shall be borne by the Recipient receiving the applicable Service.
(b) The Recipient acknowledges and agrees that any Services provided through third parties or using third party Intellectual Property are subject to the terms and conditions of any applicable agreements between the applicable Service Provider and such third parties, copies of which have been, or will be, as applicable, made available to the applicable Recipient (subject to any confidentiality restrictions that such third party and/or the Service Provider have imposed thereon).
Section 3.3. Force Majeure. In the event that either Party is wholly or partially prevented from, or delayed in, providing or receiving one or more Services, or one or more Services are interrupted or suspended, by reason of events beyond its reasonable control (including acts of God, acts, orders, restrictions or interventions of any civil, military or government authority, fire, explosion, accident, floods, earthquakes, embargoes, epidemics, war (declared or undeclared), acts of terrorism, hostilities, invasions, revolutions, rebellions, insurrections, sabotages, nuclear disaster, labor strikes, civil unrest, riots, power or other utility failures, disruptions or other failures in internet or other telecommunications lines, networks and backbones, delay in transportation, loss or destruction of property and/or changes in Laws) (each, a Force Majeure Event), provided that such Party is taking commercially reasonable steps to minimize the impact and duration of such Force Majeure Event, such Party shall not be obligated to deliver or receive the affected Services during such period, and the applicable Recipient shall not be obligated to pay for any Services not delivered.
PAYMENT AND SALES TAXES
Section 4.1. Billing and Payment Terms. The Service Provider shall invoice the Recipient for the amounts as indicated in the Compensation Due column (as set forth on the Schedules hereto) on the last day of each month during the Term (as defined below), in arrears, and the applicable Recipient shall remit full payment, in immediately available funds, within thirty (30) days after receipt of such invoice.