Terms & Conditions - Electronic Training Products

Chambers Corporation Pty Ltd ACN 102 189 408 atf Presidian Trust t/a Presidian Legal Publications ("Presidian") agrees to grant to you (“Subscriber”) a licence to access and use the Product you have ordered on the terms and conditions set out below.
 1. Definitions
"Licence" refers to the licence granted by way of this agreement
"Licensed User" means a person to whom the Subscriber grants access to the Product.
"Network" means a connection facility whereby two or more computers are connected to each other and have access to each other's hard drive and other resources
"Presidian And Its Agents" means Presidian and/or its officers, servants, employees, agents, licensors, contractors and all other persons involved in the writing, editing, production and distribution of the Product
"Product" means the training product in on-line format to which the Subscriber subscribes
“Subscriber” means the person or organisation that subscribes to the Product
2. Licence terms  
The terms contained in this Licence apply to each order placed by the Subscriber for the supply of goods and/or services by Presidian provided Presidian has accepted the Subscriber’s order.
3. Licenced users 
(1) The Subscriber must notify Presidian in writing of the number of persons to whom it will grant access to the Product and pay any applicable licence fee or fees.
(2) The Subscriber must not grant access to the Product to any person who is not a Licensed User.
4. Nature of licence 
(1) The Licence is a non-exclusive licence.
(2) The Subscriber may not assign or transfer its rights or obligations under or interest in the Licence unless it is to a purchaser of all or part of the Subscriber's assets.
5. Reproduction and use
(1) The content contained in the Product is automatically protected against unauthorised reproduction and adaptation ("Reproduction") by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). In the event that unauthorised Reproduction by the Subscriber occurs and enforcement action by Presidian is necessary to protect the intellectual property in the Product, the rules of procedure regarding discovery will require disclosure by the Subscriber of all documents indicating the unauthorised Reproduction. The Subscriber may only reproduce or adapt in any form (eg hardcopy or digital) a part of the Product to the extent permitted by the Copyright Act and this Licence.
(2) This Licence authorises use of the Product solely for the purpose of providing training to a Licensed User. The Product may not be used for any other purpose (“Unauthorised Purpose”), including in particular developing the content of any other commercial or internal staff training course in any format (eg online, webinar or workshop). The Subscriber hereby warrants that it will not use the Product for an Unauthorised Purpose.
6. Licence fees
The Subscriber agrees to pay any licence fee applicable to the Product as is indicated in the relevant pricing table published by Presidian at the time the Subscriber orders the Product.
7. Term of licence
The Subscriber is entitled to use the Product until the Licence is terminated in accordance with clause 8.
8. Termination
(1) This Licence shall terminate upon completion by the Subscriber and/or Licensed Users of the training courses contained in the Product.
(2) Presidian may terminate the Licence at any time with immediate effect if:
(a) the Subscriber breaches any term of this agreement; and
(b) fails to remedy that breach within 14 days of receiving written notice from Presidian requiring it to do so. 
9. Equitable remedies
In addition to any other remedies available to Presidian under the Licence or otherwise, any unauthorised use, alteration, modification, reproduction, publication, disclosure or transfer of the Product by the Subscriber will entitle Presidian to any available equitable remedy against the Subscriber.
10. Subscriber to provide hardware and arrange other services
It is the Subscriber's obligation to provide or obtain at its own expense the appropriate computer equipment, telecommunication systems, internet access and any other hardware or services that are required to enable it to use the Product.
11. Does not constitute legal advice
(1) The Subscriber acknowledges and agrees that the Product, and the text within it, is not intended to be, nor constitutes, legal or other professional advice.
(2) If the Subscriber uses the Product and/or any associated materials as a research tool, or in any other way, to assist in, or for any other purpose in relation to, the provision of legal or other professional advice or for developing and/or implementing compliance programs or any similar type of activity the Subscriber must first verify the accuracy and currency of information and any other materials obtained from the Product and/or any associated materials with the appropriate primary source of the information or materials (for example, a current and authorised version of a statute) and must not rely on the Product and/or any associated materials.
(3) Without limiting in any way the effect of clause 12, Presidian And Its Agents will not be held liable for any act or omission made:
(a)  in reliance on any information or materials contained within the Product; or
(b) that would not otherwise have been made if the Product had contained information or materials that it did not contain.
  (4) In relation to this clause 11, Presidian contracts in its own capacity and as agent for its officers, servants, employees, agents, licensors, contractors and all other persons involved in the writing, editing, production and distribution of the Product.
12. Limitation of liability and indemnity
(1) To the extent permitted by law Presidian And Its Agents will be under no liability to the Subscriber in respect of any loss or damage (including consequential loss or damage) which the Subscriber may suffer or incur (directly or indirectly) in respect of the Licence or the use of the Product whether arising from any act or omission by Presidian And Its Agents' and without limiting the generality of the preceding terms the Subscriber excludes Presidian And Its Agents from all liability for any form of negligence.
(2) If the Product is an on-line product and without limiting in any way the effect of sub-clause (1) – In view of the nature of the internet, it is agreed that Presidian will not be liable for any loss or damage (including consequential loss or damage) arising from an interruption in the provision of the Product on-line, including an interruption due to an inability to access, or to an upgrade to or maintenance of, Presidian’s website. Whilst Presidian will make reasonable efforts to ensure its third party webhost makes backups of online content and documents including without limitation user statistics and reports (eg course progress and test scores), Presidian shall not be responsible for making backups of such records.
(3) Without limiting in anyway the effect of sub-clause (1) –  if Presidian And Its Agents are rendered liable in any way in relation to, or arising from, the Product or the Licence, such liability will, at the option of Presidian and to the extent permitted by law, be limited to resupply of the Product.
  (4) In relation to this clause 12, Presidian contracts in its own capacity and as agent for its officers, servants, employees, agents, licensors, contractors and all other persons involved in the writing, editing, production and distribution of the Product.
13. Virus protection measures
(1) Presidian does not warrant that the Product is free from computer, software or any other form of viruses.
(2) If the Subscriber wishes to protect against any viruses that may be contained in the Product, it must install appropriate anti-virus software and take any other appropriate virus protection measures.
14. No warranties
(1) Subject to sub-clause (2):
(a)  the Product is provided without warranties of any kind, either express or implied and, as such and without limitation, Presidian does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the materials contained within the Product; and
(b) any condition or warranty which would otherwise be implied in the Licence is hereby excluded.
(2) Where legislation or other law implies any condition or warranty in relation to this Licence, and that law avoids or prohibits provisions in a contract excluding or modifying the application of or exercise of or liability under such condition or warranty, the condition or warranty is included or implied in the Licence.  Presidian’s liability under any such condition or warranty will, at the option of Presidian and to the extent permitted by law, be limited to resupply of the Product.
15. Severance
Every provision of this document is independent of the other and any provision which is prohibited or unenforceable will be ineffective to the extent only of such prohibition or unenforceability and the other provisions will remain in force.
16. Variation
The terms of the Licence may be varied provided that any variation is agreed to in writing by both parties.
17. Governing law
The laws of South Australia govern this Licence and the parties expressly submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of that State.
18. Other agreements
The Licence supersedes all previous oral and written agreements or arrangements, if any, in respect of its subject matter (including in relation to the provision of all goods and/or services pursuant to the Licence) ("Subject Matter") and embodies the entire agreement between the parties. If, at the time of or after entering into this Licence agreement, the parties enter into any other oral and/or written agreement or arrangement in respect of the Subject Matter ("Subsequent Agreement"), in the event of any discrepancy or inconsistency between the terms of the Licence and the Subsequent Agreement, the terms of the Licence will prevail over the terms of the Subsequent Agreement.
19. Privacy
Presidian may handle any personal information disclosed by the Subscriber to Presidian in accordance with its Privacy Policy (available on Presidian’s website) provided this is in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988.
 20. Intellectual property
  Except for the authority to use the Product as set out in clause 5 of the Licence, neither this Licence nor any other oral and/or written agreement or arrangement shall transfer any right, title or interest in or to the intellectual property rights in the Product to the Subscriber or any other person. All right, title and interest, including all intellectual property rights, in the Product and any derivative works, modifications, enhancements, upgrades or updates thereto are retained by their current owner(s). Further, the parties agree that no intellectual property is created in the process of supplying the Product to the Subscriber.