TERMS & CONDITIONS
Any use of the website (the “Website”) is subject to the following Terms and Conditions (the “Terms”). If you, in your personal capacity, on account of your business organization or otherwise (collectively the “User”) do not agree with these Terms, please do not access, use, or download content from the Website in any form or manner whatsoever. These terms may be changed by Antillia Law, in their sole and absolute discretion, at any time without notice.
The User agrees that the Website shall only be accessed through a standard computer or mobile device browser and that the User will not take any action in any form that causes damage, disables, impairs, overburdens, or interferes with the Website or the enjoyment and use of the same by any other party.
The User’s use of the Website constitutes his or her agreement to be bound by and to comply with these Terms.
The materials provided on this site are strictly for information purposes only. These materials constitute general information regarding profiles of professionals, articles, publications, information, events, data and other materials relating or familiar to our firm lawyers. They do not constitute legal advice or other professional advice and the User may not rely on the contents of this website as such. Viewing, in whole or in part, the contents of the Website or communicating with an Antillia Law legal professional through the website, by electronic mail or otherwise shall not be construed as establishing a solicitor-client relationship with the User.
The contents of the Website do not necessarily represent the opinions of Antillia Law or its clients. If legal advice is required, the User should retain competent legal counsel to act on the User’s behalf. If the User would like to retain Antillia Law, please contact one of our professionals. A solicitor-client relationship will not arise between the User and our firm unless we specifically and explicitly agree to act on the User’s behalf. Until we agree to act for a User on a matter, confidential information or material should not be provided to Antillia Law.
Confidentiality of Communications
Antillia Law does not guarantee the confidentiality of any communications sent by e-mail or through the Website, or left in voicemail messages on firm telephones. Unsolicited information and material may not be treated as confidential and will not be protected by any solicitor-client relationship, unless our firm explicitly agrees to act on behalf of the User.
This Agreement shall be governed by, and will be construed under, the law of Ontario and the User irrevocably agrees to be bound by the jurisdiction of the federal and provincial courts located in Ontario, Canada.
Antillia Law will have no liability for any damage arising from the misuse of any information provided on this website. The information provided on the website is not legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Doing so without seeking the advice of legal counsel constitutes a misuse of the information.
Antillia Law specifically disclaims all warranties and conditions of any kind with respect to the materials and information on the Website, and shall not have any liability or responsibility for the accuracy, currency, completeness, or any errors or omissions in the materials on the Website; for the User’s action or inaction in connection with the Website; or for any damage to the User’s computer or data or any other damage the user may incur in connection with the Website. The user’s use of the Website is at the User’s own risk. In no event, to the maximum extent permitted by law, shall Antillia Law, its associates, affiliates or agents be liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of or in any way connected with the use of the Website, the materials or information on the Website, the delay or inability to use the Website or otherwise arising in connection with the Website, whether based in contract, tort, delict, strict liability or otherwise, even if advised of the possibility of any such damages.
The User may only access and use the Website in accordance with these Terms and all applicable laws. Subject to these Terms, the User is granted a non-exclusive, non-transferable and revocable license to access and use the Website for the purposes of displaying and saving the content on the User’s personal computer or mobile device and downloading and printing a personal copy of the content, provided that the content is not modified in any form or manner whatsoever. The User agrees not to engage in any reproduction, duplication, copying, selling, reselling, or exploiting for commercial purposes any portion of the Website other than as expressly authorized herein or on written consent from Antillia Law.
The User agrees that the Website or the content contained herein shall not be used or accessed for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by these Terms. The User agrees not to upload, reproduce, distribute, or otherwise transmit through the Website:
Any material which is defamatory, offensive or of an obscene character;
Any material that gives rise to civil liability, or otherwise violates the rights or assists others to violate the rights of Antillia Law or any third party, such violations including engaging in copyright infringement, invasion of privacy, trademark infringement or defamation;
Any material that constitutes a criminal offence, or otherwise engages in or assists others to engage in any criminal offence, including communicating hatred, pyramid selling, unauthorized use of a computer, mischief in relation to data, fraud, obscenity and child pornography;
Any material that engages in threats, harassment, intimidation, stalking, abuse, or any conduct that violates the legal rights of others, including the rights of minors and rights relating to privacy and publicity;
Any material that scans or probes another computer system, obstructs or bypasses computer identification procedures or engages in unauthorized computer or network trespass without express permission of the owners of such computer systems;
Any material that forges headers or otherwise manipulates any protocols or identifiers used in any system or protocol in such a manner to disguise the origin of any data transmitted using the Website; or
Any material that impersonates or falsely represents the User’s association with any person, including a representative of Antillia Law.
Without limiting any of Antillia Law’s rights, Antillia Law may suspend, restrict, or terminate the User’s use of the Website without notice if, in our sole and absolute discretion, it is determined or believed that the User has violated any of the acceptable use rules set out above.
Any direct hyperlinking of the Website may damage or dilute the goodwill associated with Antillia Law or create the false appearance that the User’s organization or entity is sponsored by, associated, or affiliated with Antillia Law. Hyperlinking directly to other pages within or from any part of the Website or framing content of any part of the Website is prohibited without prior written consent of Kevin Armstrong Zuñiga of Antillia Law, or a person so designated by him. Antillia Law reserves the right to revoke any consent to any hyperlink at any time, in its sole and absolute discretion.
Links to Third Party Sites
The Website has been designated to be a resource for information on matters that might be of interest to current or potential clients. As a result, there may be links throughout the Website to third party sites. These links are provided for convenience only, and shall not be interpreted to imply that Antillia Law endorses or recommends the information contained in linked web sites, or guarantees its accuracy, timeliness or fitness for a particular purpose. Antillia Law takes no responsibility for the content or practices of third party sites and any such use of third party websites shall be at the sole risk of the User.
Antillia Law welcomes your feedback. If you have any questions or comments about the Website or this legal notice, please contact Kevin Armstrong Zuñiga (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 416-800-9896.