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TERMS OF USE

These terms and conditions (the "Terms") govern the access to and use of InfoCare Pty Ltd (ACN 613 185 354) websites and mobile applications (“the Platform”) by All Users and limits the liability of InfoCare to All Users.

Please read the Terms before accessing or using the Platform. If you are under 18 years of age, then you must obtain your parent or guardian’s consent before accessing or using the Platform. You agree to be bound by, and comply with these Terms and the Privacy Policy by:

 

1. Definitions

The following terms are used regularly throughout these Terms and have a particular meaning:

 

2. Change of Terms

InfoCare may change these Terms at any time, and such modifications will be effective as soon as they are posted on the Platform. You should revisit these Terms on a regular basis as revised versions will be binding on you. You understand and agree that your continued access or use of the Platform after these Terms have been modified, indicates your acceptance of the modifications.  

 

3. Using the Platform

3.1 Site Availability and Hosting

3.2 License

3.3 Visitors

 

4. Warranties and Agreements

 

5. Content

 

6. Restrictions

 

7. Intellectual Property

 

8. Liability and Indemnity

 

9. Choice of Law and Venue

These Terms are governed by the laws of the State of NSW in Australia. You hereby submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of courts within that jurisdiction. 

 

10. Termination

InfoCare may terminate these Terms for convenience at any time on notice to you. Without qualifying the foregoing, we may immediately suspend, terminate or limit your access to the Platform if we reasonably suspect that you have committed a fraudulent act and/ or you are in breach of these Terms.

 

11. Dispute

We hope we never have a dispute, but if we do, you agree to try for 60 days to resolve it with InfoCare informally. If your dispute with InfoCare relating to or arising out of these Terms is not resolved within 60 days, you must agree to submit the dispute to mediation, administered by lawyers engaged in alternative dispute resolution, prior to the formal commencement of any legal proceeding. 

 

12. General Terms