For that reason these Terms are important and you should ensure that you read them carefully. If you have any questions about these Terms, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org before you use the Website.
By using the Website you acknowledge and agree to be bound by these Terms. If you do not agree to the Terms, you are not authorised to use the Website.
These Terms include:
The Website contains information, technology, processes and calculation tools ("Data") prepared in good faith and with all reasonable care. We are not responsible for, and to the extent permitted by law, disclaim all liability relating to your use of and access to the Website (including any other site linked to this Website ("Linked Site") and to the Data. In particular, we make no warranty, express or implied:
Any Linked Site is provided to you for convenience only. While we will use our best endeavours to correct any errors or incorrect information provided in a Linked Site, we do not:
When contributing content to Linked Sites owned or published by us, or on our behalf (such as Facebook or Twitter), please ensure that you:
You may link the homepage of this Website to another website or 'share' the link to the homepage of this Website but in linking this Website or sharing the homepage link, you must not:
You warrant and agree that in using the Website, you:
To the extent permitted by law, in no event will we be liable (whether based on contract, tort, negligence, strict liability or otherwise) for any direct, indirect, punitive, incidental, special, consequential damages or any damages whatsoever including, without limitation:
The Competition and Consumer Act (2010) (Cth) or similar legislation may imply certain non-excludable terms, conditions, or warranties into these Terms, or may give you certain non-excludable remedies against us ("Statutory Rights"). To the extent permitted by law, if we breach a non-excludable term, condition or warranty, then our liability for that breach will be limited to, at our option:
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