The ABA provides our website to you under the following terms of conditions.
All the material on this website is protected by copyright under The Copyright Act 1968 (Commonwealth of Australia) and through international treaties and agreements, under the laws of other countries.
All names, logos, information, and graphics displayed on this website is protected by copyright and is for personal use only. No material on this website may be altered, reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted without the prior written permission from the ABA unless otherwise stated on the website. You must not republish any material within this website onto another website or other mediums such as electronic, print or use it in any commercial activity. All digital images and descriptions of products have been checked to ensure that copyright and any applicable laws have not been breached. If you are led to believe that any content on this website is in breach of any copyright or laws, please notify the ABA immediately. Where material is copyrighted to another source, permission must be sought from that source however you are permitted to link to this website.
You agree to use this website and the content delivered only for lawful purposes.
The ABA is the owner of all registered and unregistered trademarks, patents, copyrights, and any other intellectual property featured on this website. You must receive written permission from the ABA to copy or use any of the intellectual property.
Software and Digital Materials:
All software and documentation supplied and made available for download from this website is the copyrighted work of the ABA or its suppliers. In relation to the accuracy or reliability of the content featured on this site, we do not warrant that this website is free from viruses or other corrupted materials. Although we have protocols set in place to secure the site, you acknowledge that we make no warranty that any information transferred from this site is free from unauthorised access.
Limitation of Liability:
The ABA including all employees and industry suppliers, disclaim all responsibility or liability for any viruses transmitted through this site.
You must not transmit or post any information to the ABA’s Website that is unlawful, scandalous, defamatory, obscene, threatening, pornographic or any other material that would bring about any civil or criminal liability under the law. If you have not been given authorisation, you must not:
- Scan and test for vulnerabilities of a system;
- Attempt to gain access to the account of another user;
- Access data systems or storage devices.
Accuracy of Information:
The ABA ensures the information present on the website is correct and current at the time of publication. However, we take no responsibility for any errors, oversights, or defects therein. This does not mean that more recent information does not exist or is not available.
Information/materials provided by you:
You agree that you will indemnify the ABA against any claim, liability, loss, damage, or cost incurred arising from the use of our website. This includes but not limited to information attained from sites linked to ours, the transmission of information on or through our site and your breach against these Terms and Conditions.
The ABA controls this website (excluding third party linked sites) from its corporate offices within the state of South Australia, Australia. The ABA makes no representation that the materials or software on the site are appropriate or available for use in other locations and accessing them from jurisdictions where their contents are illegal is prohibited. If you choose to access this site from one such jurisdiction, you do so at your own risk and are solely responsible for compliance with all the laws of your jurisdiction. By accessing and using this site you agree that the law of the state of South Australia, specifically excluding choice of law principles, will apply to all issues and matters relating to or arising from your use of this website. You also agree to submit to the exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue of The High Court located in Canberra, ACT, Australia or of any federal court located in such state.