Terms of Service

Terms and Conditions between the End Users and the Nepal Certifying Company Pvt. Ltd.

The relationship between Nepal Certifying Company Pvt. Ltd. and the Customer (Individual /Institutional) is governed by the Electronic Transaction Act 2064, except where the following general terms and conditions apply and subject to any further agreement in writing.
DSC means authentication of any electronic record by a subscriber by means of an electronic methods or procedures in accordance with the provisions of Licensed ICA in Nepal.
  1. NCC uses DSC/EC in the name of Radiant InfoTech Nepal Pvt. Ltd. as a Licensed ICA from OCC.
  2. As a CA, Radiant InfoTech Nepal Pvt. Ltd. will verify the identity, issues Digital Signature and Certificate and maintain the CRL.
  3. As a Management Partner NCC manages the RA, Services related to DSC, maintains all the related products and services.
  4. Subscriber is an individual entity or institution who owns and possesses a DSC in his/her name.
  5. The DSC being used for the purpose permitted for the corresponding Class of the Certificate only.
  6. Authenticating transactions on Personal usage by way of DSC using the PKI technology is a major feature available to the users.
  7. It is the User or Company responsibility to purchase the DSC from an authorized CA and renew the DSC in case of any expiry or changes.
  8. In case of renewal of the DSC on account of expiry of the same or in case of Revocation and Reissuance on account of loss, the Subscriber will be needed to get in touch with mentioned NCC offices.
  9. The DSC being used for the purpose permitted for the corresponding Class of the Certificate only.
  10. Wrong use of the DSC or its services shall be liable to proceeded with civil and criminal consequence and shall be subjected to penalties and punishment under the rule of Electronic Transaction Act, 2064.
  11. Subscriber will fully undertake the process; publish certificate practice of the CA endorsed by OCC.
  12. The terms of an end user license agreement accompanying particular DSC usage shall supersede the terms presented above.
Digital Signature: A digital signature is an electronic form of a signature that can be used to authenticate the identity of the sender of a message or the signer of a document, and also ensure that the original content of the message or document that has been sent is unchanged.
CA:  Certification Authority is an entity that issues digital certificates. A digital certificate certifies the ownership of a public key by the named subject of the certificate.
A trusted third party organization or company that issues Digital Certificates used to create Digital Signatures and Public-Private key pairs.
RA: A Registration Authority is an authority in a network that verifies user requests for a Digital Certificate and tells the CA to issue it.
CPS: A Certification Practice Statement is a document from a CA or a member of a web of trust which describes their practice for issuing and managing public key certificates.
CRL: Certificate Revocation List
NCC: Nepal Certifying Company Pvt. Ltd.
PKI: Public key Infrastructure
ICA: Issuing Certifying Authority