Website content is provided “as is”, without any express or implied warranty or guarantee that the content or software is accurate, complete, adequate, timely, uninterrupted, non-infringing, virus-free or error-free, or any warranty or guarantee of any other kind.
Website content does not, under any circumstances, constitute legal, insurance, risk management or other professional advice. Users should consider seeking professional advice before relying on any Website content.
3. Use of a Website
In order to access some of the functionality of a Website, including to register for a course, seek an insurance quote, accept and pay for your insurance, make a purchase or complete an online course, you may need to input your email address and create a password, or otherwise set up an account. You may need to include your law practice number issued by the Law Society if prompted to do so.
In using a Website, you agree:
to provide us with accurate and complete information and updates when using a Website, including making a purchase or inquiry or renewing your insurance;
that you are solely responsible for the use of your email address and/or password and/or account details in accessing a Website and you will keep all passwords secure;
to notify us immediately of any unauthorised use of a Website, your Website account details or any other breach of security.
In using a Website, you agree that you will not:
do anything in breach of any applicable laws, regulations, codes and standards;
provide or upload false or misleading information, create a false identify or use or attempt to use another person’s account;
hack into any part of a Website through password mining, phishing or any other means;
knowingly introduce a virus, Trojan, worm, logic bomb, spyware, malware or other similar material;
circumvent a Website’s structure, presentation or function to obtain information that we have not made publicly available through a Website;
act in any manner that negatively impacts other Website users, including through a denial-of-service attack or a distributed denial-of-service attack;
transmit any unsolicited advertising, promotional materials, or other materials that contain any solicitation with respect to products and services other than those made available by us via a Website, unless authorised by us; and
attempt to modify, reverse engineer or reverse-assemble any part of a Website.
4. Intellectual Property
Copyright in this Website is owned by Lawcover, or others who have licensed their material to Lawcover, and all rights are reserved. The Lawcover trademark is owned by Lawcover.
Other than as expressly authorised by Lawcover or as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), you may not sell, modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, reproduce, republish, licence, frame, upload, transmit, post, communicate or use Website content, or the layout or design of a Website.
Legal practices insured with Lawcover may take appropriate use of Website content within their legal practice.
You warrant that any material you post to a Website does not infringe a third party’s intellectual property right, is not obscene, and is not defamatory or threatening in any way.
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The Website may include links to third party websites. Unless otherwise specified, Lawcover does not endorse any third party website content, products or services, and does not guarantee the accuracy or functionality of any third party websites.
8. No Liability
The terms and conditions of this agreement are severable and if any part of these terms and conditions is held to be invalid or unenforceable, that provision may be removed but will not affect the enforceability of the remaining provisions.
Our failure to act with respect to a breach of these terms and conditions by you or others does not waive our right to act on subsequent breaches.