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CANLAW TERMS & CONDITIONS p3 of 3
YOU ARE ENTITLED TO USE REFERRALS FOR YOURSELF SO LONG AS YOUR MEMBERSHIP IS UP TO DATE.
YOU MUST NOT SHARE REFERRALS WITH ANY OTHER ENTITY EVER .If you violate our terms by sharing referrals with others, you agree to pay the current regular annual subscription fee in full for each and every lawyer and paralegal in your law firm without dispute forthwith. Sending referrals to non subscribers is theft and will be dealt with to the fullest extent of civil and criminal law. If you do you are liable for the full annual fees for each individual with whom you shared referrals and agree to pay such fees on demand without dispute.
ALL CANLAW REFERRALS ARE THE EXCLUSIVE, PERMANENT, AND COPYRIGHT PROPERTY OF CANLAW.
CanLaw does not accept responsibility or liability for any loss or damage suffered as a result of any information, accurate or not, contained herein or your use of this web site or your subscribing to CanLaw referrals or adverting on CanLaw.com or any of its other web sites, for any cause whatsoever.
CanLaw does not provide free tech support.
There really is no reason for asking CanLaw for tech support if users read the information sent them in their referrals and welcome letter.
CanLaw will at our discretion charge anyone who contacts us asking for support at the base rate of $75.00 per half hour or part thereof. This is not negotiable.
CanLaw will not charge for errors made by CanLaw.
It is the spirit as well as the letter of these terms which are to be honoured in all matters.
This notice is intended to protect all our rights and not to inadvertently exclude or except any.
These terms cover all disagreements and disputes between CanLaw Inc. and all others including but not limited to CanLaw.com and/or the corporation CanLaw Inc. and/or the owner personally, or directors or agents or employees or any other person or entity, arising in relation to any subscription agreement or referral services provided and/or any other agreement, to all referral users, all site visitors and all clients or subscribers and all users of this website
CanLaw's failure to enforce the strict performance of any provision of this Agreement will not constitute a waiver of CanLaw's right to subsequently enforce such provisions or any other provisions of this Agreement. No waiver of any provision of this Agreement shall be effective unless in writing in advance.
Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.
You agree to pay all renewal or subscription or advertising or other ongoing charges when due.
CanLaw may impose late payment charges of $25 per week, where necessary to encourage slow payers and you agree to pay such fees as assessed in full. The amount of such fees may change without notice at any time.
All collection costs, and time expended will be charged back to the debtor including opportunity costs at $75 a half hour or part thereof and costs doing the work a lawyer would normally do. The current rate for each is $75 a half hour or part thereof and subject to change without notice.
The time spent sending collection notices, past due invoices, dealing with chargebacks, as well as emails, phone calls, requests for tech support and similar efforts will also be charged at $75 a half hour or part thereof
All CanLaw ads, subscriptions and referrals services are based on your fully paid, up to date membership.
In the event of a dishonoured payment for any reason, the balance of the contract is due at once.
CanLaw and CanLaw.com and CanLaw Inc. where ever used in these terms, means and included any and all persons and entities connected to CanLaw.com.,and/or the corporation CanLaw Inc., directly or indirectly including but not limited to the owner personally, or directors or agents or employees or any other person or entity.
Subscribers and all other users of this site or the connected services hereby waive forever any right to file civil legal action or law suits against CanLaw.com and/or the corporation CanLaw Inc. and/or the owner personally, or its directors or agents or employees or any other person or entity regardless of the cause or problem, real or imagined.
CanLaw Inc. reserves the right to take any course of action, including litigation where in its sole opinion such action is appropriate in the circumstances.
All subscribers and users of this service and site agree to resolve any dispute with us for any reason by way of mediation and or arbitration held only in London Ontario, only using London, Ontario mediators and or arbitrators.
All matters shall be conducted in the English language.
Notwithstanding where necessary, whether you are the plaintiff or defendant, you agree that all litigation will be conducted in London Small Claims court or in the Superior Court of Justice London, Ontario courts and nowhere else. whether Federal, Appeal, Small Claims or Superior or any other court level.
In that CanLaw Inc. operates solely on the Internet and does not have a brick and mortar location, and despite any other rules or considerations agree that all matters will be conducted in London, Ontario.
All transactions take place on CanLaw computers, and hence are the venue in which all transactions take place regardless of the physical location of the defendant in any litigation.
All clients of CanLaw specifically agree to waive the Small Claims court rule 6.01(1)(a)(ii) and 6.01(2) and accept without reservation and despite the provisions of those rules and agrees that all disputes and all litigation shall be conducted in London Ontario and only in the English language.
You will not invoke Ontario SCC Rule 6 at any time.
You agree that all of these terms and conditions shall be governed and construed by the laws of the province of Ontario and the laws of Canada applicable therein. In the event of any dispute, choice of law is always to be Ontario Canada.
All subscriptions, ads and referral services continue until cancelled and will automatically incur recurring charges on the first day of each new period, unless the subscription is cancelled prior to the renewal date.
Cancellations MUST be by a signed fax to 519-439-3653
or mailed document. Email cancellations are NOT accepted.
Cancellations by email or phone are NOT accepted since we require an original signature from the actual subscriber for our records.
Cancellations must be received at CanLaw's offices no later than the last day of your current term.
Email CanLaw for our contact information or fax number. They are not posted here due to abuse.
These terms govern all transactions and dealings with CanLaw Inc. We do not print or otherwise provide copies of these terms on renewal forms, invoices or similar documents.
• TERMINATION FOR CAUSE:
These terms of service include the right to terminate any subscriber at any time who we deem in violation of any of these terms and conditions.
CONTRACT OR TERMS
In the event you violate the terms and conditions, or try to cancel early, or file a chargeback, or fail to make payments when due, the entire balance owing of the contract is due and payable when your violation becomes known to CanLaw.
Links to this CanLaw Inc. web site may be established without permission.
All contents on this CanLaw Inc. and all CanLaw Inc. web sites are copyright and may not be reproduced without prior written authorization.
Reproduction for commercial purposes is not permitted.
Plagiarism will result in litigation.
Referrals are for the use only of the individual who has purchased them and are not to be shared with or access given to any other individuals or firms.
You may not give, show, share, lend, copy or distribute any referral to anyone else no matter who they are. If you violate our terms by sharing referrals with others, you agree to pay the current regular annual subscription fee in full for each and every lawyer and paralegal in your law firm without dispute forthwith. Sending referrals to non subscribers is theft and will be dealt with to the fullest extent of civil and criminal law.
Where abuse of our service has been established in our sole and final judgment, all violator accounts will be terminated at once and no refund will be made and any and all appropriate action will be taken to protect our rights and interests. Civil action may follow if we deem it appropriate.