Coverhero Pty LtdTerms and Conditions for coverhero.com
Effective date: 18/02/2019, last edit: 18/02/2019
Terms & Conditions Introduction
Welcome to our website. We’re excited you’ve made it here.Coverhero Pty Ltd ACN 619 537 110 (Coverhero, we, us
) is a company registered in Australia and operates this website (www.coverhero.com
) (Coverhero Website
).Your access and use of the Coverhero Website is governed by these terms and conditions.By using the Coverhero Website, you agree to these terms and conditions.Coverhero reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. You may at any time review the current policies by visiting the Coverhero Website.By using or continuing to use the Coverhero website after Coverhero has amended the terms and conditions, you are deemed to have accepted the amended terms and conditions.
For now, Coverhero is not an insurer. Coverhero also does not yet carry on a financial services business as defined in the Corporations Act 2001
(Cth). But we are working on it. We will have the appropriate licences in place when we launch our products.To stay up to date with our exciting journey, please sign up to our email newsletter at the Coverhero Website.
Trademarks and copyright
The assets on the Coverhero Website are protected under intellectual property laws, including the Copyright Act 1968
(Cth). Coverhero’s prior written consent is required if you wish to use any of our assets. For example, consent is required when disseminating and publicising elements (e.g. photos, films, texts) in other Internet services, printed publications, books, multimedia presentations and in other electronic media as well as for the disposal or use of its work (adaptations, alterations, modifications).
Guarantee and limited liability
To the greatest extent permitted by law, Coverhero shall bear no liability in particular for any damage or loss that you suffer as a result of using the Coverhero Website.
All disputes arising in connection with these terms and conditions shall be primarily resolved amicably. Please email us at email@example.com
in the first instance.All disputes that cannot be amicably resolved shall be submitted for resolution by a court with jursidiction in and under the laws of New South Wales, Australia.