About the Site
These terms and conditions (the “Terms and Conditions”) govern the use of the https://www.hobartautoremoval.com.au/ (the “Site”). This Site is owned and operated by HobartAutoRemoval; the Site purchases vehicles of all shapes and sizes and, in exchange, pays customers cash.
By using the Site, you indicate that you have understood the terms and conditions of the Site and will abide by them at all times
HobartAutoRemoval reserves the right to change and review any and all the terms and conditions found on this page at its sole discretion. HobartAutoRemoval will inform the stakeholders with a newsletter and other methods to inform regarding the updates to the Terms and Conditions. Any changes made to the Terms and Conditions will come into effect immediately as per the publication date.
1. Acceptance of the Terms
By remaining on the Site, you have agreed to accept the terms and conditions stated on the Site.
2. Copyright and Intellectual Property
HobartAutoRemoval website, the content related to the said Site, and all other products fall under the copyright protection law.
All of the materials present on the Site, including interactive features like text, graphics, design elements, script, button icon, logos, code, clips, images, videos, are protected by Australian copyright law. And are owned and reserved by HobartAutoRemoval.
3. Age Restriction
The minimum requirement to use our Site and conduct business with us is 18 years of age. Therefore, you agree to be of legal age of 18 and above by using our Site.
HobartAutoRemoval will not hold any responsibility or be held liable in any way if the customer has made any false statement regarding age.
4. Limitations of Liability
Our business, i.e., HobartAutoRemoval, along with our employees, officers, directors, agents, affiliates, and subsidiaries, will not be liable for any losses, damages, claims, actions, expenses, or liabilities resulting from the use of this Site.
HobartAutoRemoval will not be held responsible for any direct, indirect, special consequential, or exemplary damages that may occur by providing us with your information while using the Site.
5. Termination of the contract
If the customer wishes to terminate their contract with HobartAutoRemoval, they can do so by providing us with a 30-day notice with their “Intent of Termination” sent to the address provided on the “Contact Us” page.
HobartAutoRemoval has the right to terminate the contract if
- The customer has already breached or intends to breach the terms and conditions of the Site.
- HobartAutoRemoval is ordered to do so by the Government of Tasmania.
- If the provision of service provided by HobartAutoRemoval is not commercially viable.
When the Terms and Conditions come to an end associated with HobartAutoRemoval’s services, all the obligations, liabilities, legal rights that both parties, i.e., the customer and HobartAutoRemoval benefited from, shall remain unaffected by the cessation.
If you choose to use this Site, except for cases considered prohibited by law, you indemnify HobartAutoRemoval, our employees, directors, agents, subsidiaries, officers, and affiliates from any claims, losses, and expenses.
Expenses mentioned above may be the legal fee that may arise by breaching our Terms and Conditions.
7. Dispute Resolutions
If any Disputes arise concerning the Terms, both parties will refrain from any form of Court proceedings or Tribunals related to the disputed matter unless an urgent interlocutory relief is needed.
The party claiming the Dispute caused by the breach of Terms and Conditions may offer the other party a notice detailing the nature of the Dispute, the desired outcome, and actions needed to settle it.
For the resolution of the Dispute, on receiving the notice by the first party, the second part must:
Within 14 days of receiving the Dispute Notice, the involved parties must in good faith aim to remove the disputed matter either by means of negotiation or by any other means so that both parties can come to an agreement.
If even after the period of 14 days, the Dispute has not been resolved, the parties must select a mediator to resolve the issue. The mediator can be appointed by the President of the Administrative Appeal Tribunal.
Both parties are quality liable for any expenses or fees associated with the Dispute resolution period, including the mediator’s fees.
The venue of the mediation will be Hobart, Tasmania.
All the communications and information regarding the negotiation between the parties and the mediator are considered confidential.
If 14 days have passed after the start of mediation and yet still no resolution has been reached between the parties, either party can ask to terminate the mediation.
8. Jurisdiction and Venue
The services provided by HobartAutoRemoval are intended to be used by the residents of Australia. In any event of Disputes arising in connection with HobartAutoRemoval, by using this Site, you agree that the venue for resolving any issues will be the courts in Tasmania, Australia.
9. Government law
The laws of Tasmania, Australia, govern the Terms and Conditions for HobartAutoRemoval.
Any disputes, proceedings, claims, or controversies of any nature arising in relation to the Terms and Conditions of this Site will be interpreted and governed in the light of the laws of Tasmania.
10. Independent Legal Advice
By using this Site, both parties declare that the clauses mentioned in the Terms and Conditions are reasonable and fair.
Both parties have obtained legal advice from an independent advisor and declared that the Terms and Conditions of HobartAutoRemoval are in line with the public policy of Tasmania.