This co-location agreement is designed for companies providing co-location facilities – licensing space and/or unit space for their own computer, network and/or telecommunications equipment of companies, as well as access to electricity, security, maintenance and telecommunications. The main provisions of this comprehensive document concern the co-location services themselves, the maintenance and repair of the client`s hosted equipment, optional additional services and the client`s obligations. Important variables in the model, such as the exact nature of the co-location services, the details of the customer`s equipment, the details of the service provider`s facilities and the fees paid for the co-location services are all comfortably placed in a number of schedules at the end of the agreement. These should be completed with care and contain as much detail as possible. A model of agreement between the ILO and a co-owner of the system, which defines the conditions and expectations of service between the two parties. A variety of optional items appear in this model, and among the most important are those that are repairing and maintaining the customer`s devices. Depending on the choice, it is the client`s or service provider`s business. Options should be selected with caution. No credit, authorization or co-location agreement used by the company or its subsidiaries on July 9, 2013 has expired or has not been terminated.