CBC Employer Resource Shop Terms and Conditions
These Terms and Conditions apply to your use of and subscription to Canberra Business Chamber (CBC) Employer Resource Shop publications and websites. By accessing and purchasing products from CBC Employer Resource Shop, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the purchase as detailed below and they shall form an agreement between you (‘your’, ‘users’, ‘member’) and Canberra Business Chamber (‘CBC’, ‘us’, ‘our’, ‘we’).
Files will be delivered via email to the account registered with CBC Employer Resource Shop at time of purchase.
Files will be delivered electronically via email as PDF or an editable filetype for personalisation. The editable filetype will be associated with a Microsoft Office product such as MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint. We advise that changes are to be made to documents using Microsoft Office and CBC not is responsible for alterations made to the documentation, formatting, layout or style using non-Microsoft software.
CBC make their products available subject to fair use, which prohibits the resale of any or part of their products in another format or publication or the syndication of materials to third parties outside of the customers immediate corporate organisation. CBC reserves the right to cancel accounts if CBC products are being utilised inappropriately or unfairly.
Products are priced at CBC Member and Non-Member rates and CBC reserves the right to hold orders placed at an incorrect price point. In this instance the purchaser may pay the appropriate balance or cancel their purchase.
If an annual subscription is purchased CBC will provide electronic updates to the purchased documents as updates are made.
Access to Information
Users will only have access to the services they are subscribed to or products they have purchased. For paid services, only a paying member has access to the subscriber-only section of websites. Users must not reveal any username(s) or password(s) or forward paid service emails to any third party. Purchasers of e-Books must not forward copies of or links to download any e-Books or products to any third party.
Breaching the Terms and Conditions
Any subscriber or website user found to be in breach of these Terms and Conditions may have their subscription or website access suspended, amended or cancelled. We reserve our right to take whatever action is available to us under the law.
The information contained in our publications and on our websites has been produced in good faith and is based on information collected from experts and wide-ranging sources believed to be correct and accurate at the time of publication.
Any information, documentation, or advice given to you by CBC is given on the basis that you will make your own independent assessment of what action is necessary to ensure your compliance with the relevant legislation. All information contained in our publications, emails and websites is general advice; your individual personal or company’s circumstances have not been taken into account. If you’re in doubt about the suitability of any information, it is a good idea to seek professional advice.
Whilst all care is taken in providing information, documentation or advice to you, CBC will not be liable for any errors or omissions or for any loss or damage suffered by you or any person which arises (directly or indirectly) from your reliance on this information or for any breach by you of your obligations under the Act/s. Additionally, this advice does not purport to be in place of legal professional advice.
CBC expressly disclaim all liability for direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special or punitive loss or damage you or others may suffer (including loss of profits or loss of data or information) or may incur as a result of the information or documentation being inaccurate or incomplete in any way, and for any reason in relation to your purchase and use of this document.
Changes to these Terms and Conditions
We may change all or part of these Terms and Conditions at any time. If we do, the new Terms and Conditions will be posted on our website. Your subsequent or continued use of this website and/or receipt of our emails will constitute your acceptance of any changes. If you object to any changes to the Terms and Conditions, your only remedy is to discontinue your use of the website or cancel your subscription with us. As you are bound by these Terms and Conditions, we recommend that you periodically refer to them.
If you have any queries relating to these Terms and Conditions, please contact our team by emailing email@example.com or phoning (02) 6247 4199
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