1. Copyright. The Customer retains the copyright to data, files, images and graphic logos and grants bizwebsites.com.au the rights to publish and use such material. The Customer must obtain permission and rights to use any information or files that are copyrighted by a third party regardless of where files are sourced from. It is the customers responsibility to check that all website copy, images and video is not infringing any copyright laws. The Customer is further responsible for granting permission and rights for use of the same and agrees to indemnify and hold harmless bizwebsites.com.au from any and all claims resulting from the Customer's negligence or inability to obtain proper copyright permissions or check for these permissions.
2, Intellectual Property. The Customer also retains ownership all of the content placed onto their Website once full payment is received. The content, style and design on the Website Design will be made available should the Customer elect to leave bizwebsites.com.au
3. Design Credit. A link to The bizwebsites.com.au will appear in either small type or at the bottom of the Customer's Web site.
4. Access Requirements. If the Customer's Web site is to be installed on a third-party server, bizwebsites must be granted temporary cpanel or read/write access to the Customer's storage directories, and those directories must be accessible via FTP.
5. Domain Names. bizwebsites.com.au does not purchase domain names on behalf of the Customer.
6. Confidentiality. bizwebsites.com.au will not disclose to any third party any knowledge or information obtained by or imparted to during or in connection with the fulfilment of developing a website for a client. This includes data or information which is a confidential nature relating to the business strategies, products, services or processes related to the Customer. The obligation of this confidence will cease to apply regarding any information bizwebsites.com.au is required to disclose by law.
7. These Terms and Conditions supersede all previous representations, understandings or agreements and the terms shall be governed by NSW State Law.