Valid from 25 May 2018





For the purposes of these Terms of Use, the following definitions apply:

ExtendLaw – legal person ExtendLaw OÜ (registry code 14150878, address Liivamäe 8-13, 10113 Tallinn, Estonia, e-mail: extendlaw@extendlaw.com).

Website – www.extendlaw.com, www.xlaw.eu, www.legal.ee, www.rk.legal.ee, and other websites that are under the control of ExtendLaw. Websites that are under the control of ExtendLaw are listed at the address: www.extendlaw.com.

ApplicationxLaw, Legal and other legal technology applications that ExtendLaw offers or will offer in the future, unless separate terms of use have been established for them. Applications are listed on the website www.extendlaw.com.

xLaw legal technology application that supplements existing websites, and its aim is optimisation of working processes, management of know-how and systematisation of legal practice (articles on law, court judgments, etc.). xLaw comprises the following: xLaw Plugin (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox for web browsers and for Microsoft Word) and xLaw App (mobile application in iOS and Android system). A list of supplementing websites and applications, and an introduction and the functions of the plugin and the app are available on the website www.extendlaw.com.

Legal – search engine for Estonian court judgments. Legal is available in xLaw application and on the websites legal.ee and rk.legal.ee. An introduction and the functions of Legal are available on the website www.extendlaw.com.

User – person who uses the Website or the Application that is under the control of ExtendLaw.

The procedure for the processing of personal data is provided for in the Privacy Policy of ExtendLaw which is an integral part of these Terms of Use.

Account – personal user account of the User, through which the User identifies himself or herself and that gives the User the right to access ExtendLaw Application or other services or products.

Client – Natural person or Legal person who uses the paid function of the Application on the basis of an Agreement.

Agreement – licence agreement or another agreement on the provision of a service between ExtendLaw and the Client.

User-based function of the Application – enables the User to enter into the Application data visible only to the User, and its aim is storing, tagging and reusing of contractual clauses and legal arguments, and not collecting personal and confidential data.

User Group – enables the Client to determine users so that Users can see and use the data they enter into the Application.

Client’s User – Client’s employee, either individual or belonging to a User Group, or another person, who is entitled to use the Application under an Agreement.


2.         General Provisions. Functions of the Application


2.1.      The functions of the Applications, the packages, and the prices of the service are set out on the website www.extendlaw.com.

 2.2.     At the moment of entry into force of these Terms of Use, ExtendLaw offers certain functions of the Applications free of charge, but it does not guarantee their continuing availability, or the provision thereof, free of charge in the future.

2.3.      The paid use of the Application, including the use of the paid function of the Application is effected according to an Agreement between ExtendLaw and the Client.

2.4.      ExtendLaw may determine that creation of an Account is a condition for the use of the Application. For that, the User enters his or her first name and surname and e-mail address, and agrees to these Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy.

2.5.      Log-in into the Application may take place on the Website, in the Application or through other service providers (third party authentication – web authentication, using an environment of a third party, e.g. Google, Facebook). ExtendLaw is not responsible for the content or the terms of use or the privacy policies of such third party applications, websites or services.

2.6.      Making the Application available by ExtendLaw does not constitute legal counselling. ExtendLaw does not verify the correctness or exhaustiveness of the content of the information contained in the Application.

2.7.      ExtendLaw reserves the right, at any time, to modify the packages and prices of the Application, to amend or modify the functions of the Application, including to modify the format, technical structure and design of the Application, as well as to amend the databases of the Application and to add comments, articles and explanations by ExtendLaw or its cooperation partners, and publicly available data, links to other websites, etc.

2.8.      The copyright and other ownership rights of the Website, the Application and its content (including the rights to ExtendLaw logo, the software source code, design and logo of the Application, the Application database, etc.) belong to ExtendLaw or its licensor.


3.         User’s obligations and restrictions


3.1.      The User undertakes to use the Website and the Application according to the Terms of Use.

3.2.      The User undertakes not to disturb or damage the Website or the Application.

3.3.      The User undertakes to keep the username and password of his or her Account safe and confidential. The confidentiality of the password is deemed to be breached if it is disclosed to third parties which enables third parties to use the Application. Any other person than the User is deemed to be third party. The User is liable for damage or violation caused, and for all activities that occur under the User’s password or account. The User must immediately notify ExtendLaw of any breach of security or any unauthorized use of his or her account.

3.4.      Copying, decompiling or alternating the Application or its software or database, or using it in any other way which is not in compliance with these Terms of Use, by the User is prohibited.

3.5.      By adding and saving his or her data into the Application, the User does not become co-author of the Application or the database belonging to ExtendLaw.

3.6.      The provisions of the Agreement are applied with regard to the data entered into the Application by the User, the Client or the Users determined by the Client (incl. claiming, making copies, transfer and deletion).


4.         Rights and obligations of ExtendLaw


4.1.      The Application is offered in its current form, without giving any direct or indirect confirmations about suitability for any function, except for the confirmations set out in this clause.

4.2.      ExtendLaw does its best to increase the functionality of the Application and to ensure smooth functioning of the software. ExtendLaw cannot however guarantee that no interruptions occur in the functioning of the Application, nor does it give any other guarantees in terms of the quality and functionality of the Application.

4.3.      ExtendLaw is not liable for any damage arising from limited functionality of the Website or the Application, or incorrect references or information therein, or if the use of the Website or the Application is impossible due to technical or other reasons.

4.4.      On the Website and in the Application, ExtendLaw may use Cookies and other similar technologies that may contain, among other things, information on the hardware and software used by the User, and the time and place of the use (e.g. IP-address).

Such information is collected for security reasons and for checking compliance with the terms of use, as well as for analysis and statistical purposes, e.g. to count Users and to ascertain user habits, and to develop and to increase the user-friendliness of the Website and the Application.

4.5.      On the Website and in the Application, there are references to websites belonging to third parties (hyperlinks that link to third parties’ web environments to works available there) which are outside ExtendLaw’s control. ExtendLaw publishes such references only in order that Users could find data more conveniently and make their work more efficient thereby. When clicking on such links, the User leaves the environment of the Website or the Application. The use of third-party web environments, materials and services is regulated by third-party terms of use, privacy policies and security standards for which ExtendLaw is not responsible.

4.6.      ExtendLaw has the right to restrict access to the Application if the User does not use the software in accordance with these Terms of Use.

4.7.      ExtendLaw has the right to prohibit access to the Application for the User if the User disturbs the functioning of the Application or if the User has shared his or her Account password with third parties or has allowed third parties to use his or her Account.

4.8.      ExtendLaw has the right to request information if the Application is used with the User’s Account to such an extent, in such a place or at such a time as gives reason to doubt the privacy of the account.

If ExtendLaw ascertains use of the Application by the User that gives grounds to presume third-party use (e.g. simultaneous login from several devices/IP addresses), ExtendLaw has the right to disable the User’s access to the Application, and ExtendLaw also has the right to later refuse to enter into an agreement with the relevant User and/or to refuse to grant the right of use within the framework of an agreement entered into with a third party.

4.9.      ExtendLaw has the right to decide to whom to grant the right to use the Application, and with whom to enter or not to enter into an agreement. ExtendLaw has the right to refuse to grant access to the Application and to enter into an Agreement, and to refuse to grant the right of use within the framework of an agreement entered into with a third person in particular in the case of a person who is under 16 years of age; or has disturbed or damaged the Application in earlier use; or has failed to comply with the obligation to maintain the confidentiality of the Account password.

4.10.    ExtendLaw may establish different packages, set different conditions on packages, and set compliance with certain conditions as a precondition for using the packages (e.g. students or other target groups).

4.11.    ExtendLaw does not sell, transmit or make pubic to third persons the personal data of Users or the data entered into the Application by Users (except data shared in User Groups on the basis of an Agreement; if the right to disclose the client relationship or the right to disclose to the public or a certain target group the data entered into the Application has been agreed upon by an Agreement).

4.12.    Persons whom ExtendLaw employs to develop and improve the Website and the Application and their functionalities do not obtain access to the data of Users, and if they do, ExtendLaw ensures that agreements guaranteeing compliance with the obligation of confidentiality are entered into with them.


5.         Other terms and conditions. Contact details


5.1.      Changes to the Terms of Use are notified on the Website, in the Application, by e-mail or in another manner.

5.2.      The Acts of the Republic of Estonia are applied to the legal relationships arising from the use of the Website and the Application, regardless of the country of residence or registered office of the User. All disputes are resolved in Harju County Court in Tallinn. If the User who is a natural person is dissatisfied with the behaviour of ExtendLaw, he or she has the right to turn to the Consumer Disputes Committee operating at the Estonian Consumer Protection Board in issues regarding the Terms of Use. The reviewing of disputes is free of charge.

5.3.      For any questions or complaints please contact:

ExtendLaw OÜ

Registry code 14150878

Liivamäe 8-13

10113 Tallinn