TERMS & CONDITIONS
We welcome you to visit this website and allow access based upon the following Terms & Conditions, which you accept by accessing our site. Rhodius reserves the right to vary access to all or parts of the site and you receive a non-exclusive right to view material on the site, access any material contained within and use that material within the conditions listed within these Terms & Conditions.
You may not download any material or reproduce any part of this website without prior written consent from Rhodius, and the payment of any fee that may be required for such use.
You agree to
As a visitor to this site, you are advised of the following:
- You agree not to copy, reproduce, alter, vary, modify or adapt any material in this website – which includes its translation or inclusion in any form of communicated media for commercial use – without the express, prior, written permission of Rhodius.
- The transmission or posting to and from this website of the following must not happen, while any incidents of abuse will be referred to the relevant law enforcement authority and dealt with to the fullest extent of the law with our fullest cooperation:
- Material which causes technical harm (either persistent or non-persistent), which includes but is not limited to Trojan Horses, Computer viruses, corrupted data, logic bombs, malicious software or data which is harmful. This also extends to include “hacking” in all its forms and the placing of links onto this website without prior, written permission from Rhodius.
- Material which is obscene, pornographic, abusive, racially offensive, threatening or that may cause offense to an individual, group or organization. Breaches in confidence and privacy are not permitted, which includes material that may cause inconvenience or annoyance.
- Material which is considered, would lead to, or encourage criminal conduct, and would be regarded as such anywhere in the world. Material shall not infringe the rights of a third party, or encourage civil liability.
Interruptions and Omissions in Service
We make very effort to ensure our standards and access to this website remains high. However, the Internet is regarded as an unstable medium, which can lead to interruptions of service, errors, omissions or delays to occur at any time. Rhodius does not accept liability that may arise from such interruptions, errors, omissions or delays (or part thereof) or the provision of the service offered through this website. We may also amend the specification of this site without notice.
Rhodius owns all copyright and intellectual property rights to all material contained within this website, unless stated otherwise. Exceptions to this relate to selected images, which are included under consent of the owner through license or other permission.
We accept no liability for any loss (whether direct or indirect, for loss of business, revenue or profits, wasted expenditure, corruption or destruction of data or for any other indirect or consequential loss whatsoever) arising from your use of the site. You agree to indemnify us and keep us indemnified against all costs, expenses, claims, losses, liabilities or proceedings arising from use or misuse by you of this site.
Governing Law & Jurisdiction
The use of this website and any agreements entered into through this website are to be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. The courts of England are to have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute arising out of or in connection with the use of this website or any agreement made through this website.
Changes to Terms and Conditions and Invalidity
Rhodius may change these Terms & Conditions at any time and without notice. Any existence of incomplete, inaccurate or material that has been replaced/superceded will not place Rhodius in breach of these Terms & Conditions. When you next visit this site, you will be deemed to accept these changes, as they are amended. Should any provision of these terms & Conditions be held invalid by a legal court in a competent jurisdiction, this invalidity shall not affect those provisions that remain. These shall remain fully enforceable and effective.