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1. LEGAL NOTICE
In compliance with Act 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 in support of trust and confidence in the digital economy, users are informed of the following:
The website http://www.traditionalrestoration.com.au is hosted by the Traditional Stonemasonry Pty Ltd, a private limited company ABN number 84 152 188 602, whose office address is at:
75 King Street
Sydney NSW 2000 Phone: (02) 9299 1072
II- GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE
1. Presentation and acceptance of the general conditions of use
Use of the website http://www.traditionalrestoration.com.au (hereinafter the “Site”) is subject to these general conditions of use, and implies complete acceptance of these general conditions of use.
These general conditions of use may be amended or supplemented at any time. Users of the Site are therefore advised to consult them regularly. They were last updated on 1st of November 2020.
Users of the Site acknowledge that they have read these general conditions of use, that they accept them and that they undertake to comply with them. If a user refuses to comply with any of the conditions described below, then they must not use the Site.
2. Personal information – Information notice
Traditional Restoration P/L undertakes not to transfer users’ personal information to third parties, however it may provide such information to any legal or judicial authority requiring it to do so.
In accordance with Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to computer processing, files and civil liberties, as amended, users have a right to access, correct and delete personal information about them, which they can exercise at any time by contacting Traditional Restoration P/L. Users can also, for legitimate reasons, object to the processing of information about them.
Users acknowledge that it is impossible to guarantee the total security of data transmitted via the internet. All users should therefore think carefully and exercise caution when publishing information on the Site, particularly as regards any personal information allowing them to be identified.
Users of the Site are informed that information contained in small files known as “cookies” may be temporarily stored on their computer hard disk in order to facilitate browsing on the Site, and they authorise such cookies. Users are, however, entitled to refuse such cookies by configuring their browser in the manner described on the http://www.google.com.au website.
3. Reproduction and representation rights.
Traditional Restoration P/L holds, reserves and retains all intellectual property rights, including the reproduction or representation relative to the present site’s content. Consequently, all reproduction in whole or in part of the present Site and its content is strictly prohibited without written authorization from Traditional Restoration P/L.
Trademarks, patents, logos, and all other distinctive elements contained in the present Site are the property of Traditional Restoration P/L or subject to a use agreement. No right or licence for the use of any of the elements cited above may be attributed to any party without the written authorization of Traditional Restoration P/L or the holder of the right. The reproduction or representation of any of these distinctive signs, by any means whatever, without the prior consent of their owner, is prohibited.
Non-compliance with these prohibitions may, among other things, constitute counterfeiting and/or unfair competition and/or plagiarism, and may result in the user incurring civil and/or criminal liability.
4. Warranties and liabilities
Users of the Site acknowledge having read these general conditions of use of the Site, confirm that they understand them, and undertake to comply with them. All users are liable in accordance with the general law, and thus without any special limitation, for any physical or pure economic damage, whether direct or indirect, caused by their wrongdoing or negligence.
Use of the Site implies knowledge and acceptance of the characteristics and limitations of the internet, particularly as regards the risks of contamination by viruses potentially circulating on the internet. It is therefore for any user to take appropriate steps to protect his or her data, computer systems or software from these various risks.
Traditional Restoration P/L shall not be held responsible for direct or indirect damage physical and/or pure economic damage, resulting from access to the present Site or from its use and/or the information contained therein, and/or from the consultation or downloading of information contained on the Site, including inability to access the Site, data loss, deterioration, or destruction or the presence of a virus which may adversely affect users’ computer.
Traditional Restoration P/L will use its best endeavours to allow access to the Site at all times, but will not be under any obligation to achieve this. However, Traditional Restoration P/L reserves the right at any time and without notice, to shorten, defer, amend, postpone, interrupt or simply cancel the Site, if the circumstances so require, and particularly in the event of force majeure, for technical reasons, or to update or maintain the Site; Traditional Restoration PtyLtd. may not be held liable in any way in such circumstances.
5. Links to other web sites
6. Applicable law – jurisdiction clause
The Site and these general conditions of use are subject to Australian law and conflict of law rules are excluded. Having regard to the international nature of the internet, users must also comply with all compulsory and public policy rules applicable to them according to their local laws.
If any part of the provisions of these general conditions of use should prove to be illegal, invalid or inapplicable for any reason whatever, the term or terms in question will be treated as non-existent and the remaining terms will retain all their force and scope and continue to apply. Terms held to be non-existent will be replaced by one or more terms as close in content to the cancelled term(s) as possible.
Any disagreement or dispute relating, in particular, to the application, performance, interpretation or validity of these general conditions of use, and which cannot be resolved amicably, will be referred to the competent Courts.