12.6 Applicable legislation; Jurisdiction and language. To the extent permitted by law, this agreement is subject to the laws of the State of Georgia, United States of America, and is interpreted accordingly, excluding (1) the principles of the law of conflict; (2) the United Nations Convention on International Goods Contracts; (3) the 1974 Convention on the Limitation Period in the International Sale of Goods; and (4) the protocol for amendment to the 1974 convention, signed in Vienna on 11 April 1980. The parties state that they have required that the agreement and all documents related to this agreement, whether current or future, be written only in English. The parties declare that they require that this agreement and all related documents, either for the present or the future, be written in English only. To the extent permitted by law and in accordance with the conclusion of a valid binding agreement, the dominant language of this agreement is English and any translation you have received has been provided exclusively at your convenience. To the extent permitted by law, all correspondence and communications between you and UPS must be made in English under this contract. In the event that you have entered into this agreement to display a translated version of this agreement in a language other than American English, you can view the English version of this agreement in the United States by clicking here. THE EXCLUSIVE JURIDICTION FOR ALL ACTION TO PRESENT CONTRAT (WHETHER FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE) SHALL BE A FEDERAL OR STATE COURT IN ATLANTA, GEORGIA, AND THE PARTIES HEREBY CONSENT TO SUCH EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION AND IRREVOCABLY WAIVE AND IN NOT ANY DEFENSES BASED ON LACK OF IN PERSON UNGEACHTET der vorstehenden, wenn or foreign court are required to obtain a judgment from the Atlanta court, In Georgia, or in some other way, as necessary to facilitate and fully resolve all contentious issues, the parties may obtain such subsequent or subsidiary proceedings in such a U.S. or foreign court, and the parties herein have the approval of the non-exclusive jurisdiction of such a tribunal and waive any defence despite the contrary UPS is entitled to interim protection or injunctions before a competent court.