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Once that you have accepted these Terms and Conditions, you will be requested to provide your card details for payment. After payment is processed, you will receive an email to allow you to download the purchased Document(s) for free. Each Document, Document Bundle or Subscription which you purchase on separate occasions from us is the subject of a separate contract under these Terms and Conditions. The breach or termination of one contract does not affect any other contract.
DefinitionsIn these Terms and Conditions: We, our, us and Paper Rock each refers to this Website and Paper Rock Publishing Limited, a company incorporated in England and Wales under number 09401046 whose registered office is at Atticus House 2 The Windmills, Turk Street, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 1EF, England. Our VAT number is 204437438. Our email address is email@example.com. Document refers to any document, guidance note, sample or other material or information available for purchase or for free on this Website Document Bundle refers to two or more Documents which are made available as a single purchase on this Website. Subscription refers to an annual subscription which gives you access to all of the Documents which are available on the Website for a period of 12 months. Website refers to this website at paperrockdocs.com. You refers to you, the visitor on this Website or the purchaser of any Document, Document Bundle or Subscription. In these Terms and Conditions:
- reference to any statute or to any statutory provision includes a reference to any amendment, consolidation, replacement or re-enactment of such statute or statutory provision and includes any regulation or other subordinate legislation made from time to time under that statute or statutory provision;
- reference to the singular includes the plural and vice versa;
- reference to a person includes a natural person, corporate or unincorporated body (whether or not having separate legal personality) and reference to a company includes any company, corporation, partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership or other body corporate, wherever and however incorporated or established;
- include, including and in particular are to be construed as illustrative and not so as to limit the sense of any words, definition, phrase or term preceding them;
- other and otherwise are to be construed as illustrative and not so as to limit the sense of any words preceding them where a wider construction is possible;
- an obligation not to do something includes an obligation not to agree or allow that thing to be done.
GeneralWe are the publisher of legal and business document templates. Paper Rock is not a law firm and neither Paper Rock nor any of its directors, employees, contracts or agents provides legal advice. We do not act as solicitors and, as a consequence of the contract formed by these Terms and Conditions, no solicitor-client relationship will exist between you and Paper Rock or any other person. We do not owe a duty of care to you or to any other person. Documents supplied by us are template documents. Before using any Document, you should take legal and/or other appropriate professional advice to amend, customise and complete the Document and to ensure that it is appropriate to you and suitable for your individual and business requirements and circumstances. Documents are suitable for use in relation to contracts and other arrangements governed by English law only and by persons doing business in (and, in the case of companies, incorporate or established in) England and Wales only.
PricesAll current prices for Documents, Document Bundles and Subscriptions are published on the Website and are expressed exclusive of VAT, which shall be added to the price at the point of sale. We may change the price at any time (either upwards or downwards) provided that no change will alter the amount charged to you for the Document, Document Bundle or Subscription (other than a change in the price payable for renewal of a Subscription).
PaymentsAll payments made on the Website are processed through Stripe. We do not collect or process any payment details.
PurchaseWhen you purchase a Document, Document Bundle or Subscription, you are buying a non-exclusive and non-transferable licence to use the relevant Document(s) for the purpose of carrying on your business, including the right to edit, supplement, complete, print, save and copy the Document on one or more occasions for such purpose. Except as permitted by these Terms and Conditions, you must not use, allow another person to use, disclose, copy, reproduce, duplicate, publish in any medium, transfer, communicate, distribute, sell or otherwise deal in any Document (or any part of a Document) or create any derivative work or content from any Document (or any part of a Document).
SubscriptionsA Subscription gives you access to all of the Documents which are then available on the Website for a period of 12 months. Documents may be downloaded for free from your Subscription section of the Website. The price for a Subscription is published on the Website and is payable in full and in advance. We reserve the right to reduce or increase the current price for a Subscription offered on the Website. Any such reduction or increase shall not shall alter the amount charged to you for your current Subscription. Subscriptions are renewable automatically for successive periods of 12 months unless you have given us notice to cancel the renewal by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 30 days prior to the renewal date. We may cancel the renewal of any Subscription by notice to you at any time prior to the renewal date. Renewals are subject to receipt by us from you of the full price for a Subscription prior to the renewal date. If we are unable to charge your designated payment details for a renewal, we reserve the right to cancel your Subscription with effect from the renewal date.
Liability for errorsWe will endeavour to correct any error in a Document as soon as reasonably practicable after becoming aware of it. You may notify us or any actual or possible error in a Document by email to email@example.com. If you discover an error in any Document, you should notify us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You must do so as soon as your discover the error and in any event within 3 months after you have downloaded the Document. If we agree that the Document is defective, we shall (at our election) either:
- correct the error and provide you with the corrected Document; or
- refund you the purchase price which you paid for the Document or, if purchased as part of a Document Bundle or downloaded under a Subscription, the current or last price at which the Document is or was available for purchase on the Website as a single document.
Limitation of liabilityWe do not represent, warrant or otherwise undertake to you that any Document is accurate, fit for any particular purpose, including your intended purpose, or error-free or that any Document is of satisfactory quality. A document may contain typographical or technical errors. All terms, conditions and warranties which may be implied by law into the agreement between you and us are excluded from the agreement, to the maximum extent permitted by law. We will not have any liability to you for any indirect, consequential or economic loss resulting from any use of a Document or from any error in a Document. Our maximum liability to you, whether arising from or under this agreement between you and us, in tort or otherwise howsoever, shall not exceed the sum of £250 or, if you have purchased a Subscription, the amount which you have paid for your most recent Subscription. This limitation does not apply to loss or damages for death or personal injury.
Website and Document AvailabilityWe may change, replace or withdraw any Document from our Website at any time. We will not notify you, and will not be responsible for notifying you, of any such change, replacement or withdrawal. The Website and the Documents are provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis. We do not accept any liability to you for any disruption or non-availability of the Website or any Document resulting from system failure, technical or server issues, loss of internet connection, utility or telecommunications outages or any other reason beyond our control.
Intellectual PropertyAll copyright and other intellectual property rights in all Documents belongs to us and will remain our sole property. If you breach the terms on which a Document is licensed to you or infringe our intellectual property rights, we may terminate the agreement between you and us (including any Subscription) following which you shall cease to use any Document which you have purchased from us and shall delete all copies of any Document in your possession or under your control.
CancellationIf you are not a consumer, you have no right to cancel this agreement between you and us except with our prior written consent. By purchasing a Subscription, you will not be acting as a consumer. If you are a consumer and The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013 (as amended or replaced from time to time) apply to this agreement between you and us, you may cancel the agreement within 14 days of your purchase by notice to us at email@example.com. Following such cancellation:
- we shall refund the purchase price which you have paid for the relevant Document(s);
- you shall cease to use any Document which you have purchased from us and shall delete all copies of any Document in your possession or under your control; and
- we reserve the right not to accept any future purchase from you.