vLex Justis Terms & Conditions
The following terms and conditions are incorporated in all licences to use the vLex Justis Service, including any additional Service added at a later date
1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
These Terms and Conditions govern the legal relationship between vLex Justis and you as a user and/or Customer of vLex Justis. It also applies if you use our Website, if you sign up for a free trial of our services, or if you subscribe to our services through any of our affiliates or network of distributors.
By browsing our website, clicking on the “accept” box on a web registration or by accepting a purchase order that upholds these conditions, you are accepting these Terms and Conditions. The purchase order will not contradict what it is stated in these Terms and Conditions except when such possibility is stated clearly in the purchase order. If you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions, we beg you to abstain from using this website, logging onto it, or requesting any services provided by vLex Justis.
If the Customer is a legal entity, the person accepting these Terms and Conditions verifies that he or she has been authorized by the Customer to accept said Terms and Conditions under the Customer’s name. If you are unauthorized, or if you do not accept these terms and conditions, you should not use the services of vLex Justis.
You may not access our services if you are a direct competitor unless there’s a previous understanding with vLex Justis.
Account administrator: the user of the organisation designated and authorized by the Customer to amend the Customer settings on our services as well as to activate or delete users from said organisation.
Affiliate: for the purposes of these General Conditions, an “affiliate” is any entity that controls or is controlled, directly or indirectly, or that is under the control of vLex Justis. For the purposes of this definition, “control” means that there is a direct or indirect control or possession of the title of ownership or of more than 50% percent of the votes of said entity.
Agreement: the agreement comprising the Order Form and these terms and conditions;
Content: The information obtained from vLex Justis (via our Website or Service), whether it be content generated by vLex Justis or by a third party that has licensed its contents to vLex Justis, or content that has been obtained from public sources.
This also includes images, illustrations, and PDF images as well as the software, design, icons, and any other content that is or that will be on the vLex Justis Website and Service in the future.
Contracted services: the Services that the Customer has purchased/subscribed to through the Order Form or the Online Registration Form.
Customer: the person or legal entity/organisation that subscribes to vLex Justis.
Intelligent Technology Services: any or all of the products or services provided by VLEX under the brand ‘vLex Cloud’, ‘Vincent’ or ‘vLex for Word’.
Licence: unique, individual, non-transferable access given to each and every one of the users that are permitted to use our Service.
Order Form the initial document and any subsequent documents, whether in paper or electronic format, signed or otherwise accepted by the Licensee indicating the Services or Products that the Customer is requesting and that vLex Justis or its affiliates will provide, as well as the price and Terms and Conditions. It also includes any supplement or annex. The term Order Form is also considered to be the form completed online or the contract executed by the parties. Accepting an Order Form implies accepting these Terms and Conditions as if they were part of the original.
Online Registration: the online activation of the Customer’s Services, whether they be free or purchased, where the Customer’s and the users’ information is provided.
Online Registration Form: a section of our Website which can be used for Online Registration.
Service or Product: all products and services, whether they be free or purchased, available on the Website, as well as the Website applications that have been added by vLex Justis for the Customer.
Subscription Period: The length of time stipulated on the Order Form or through any other forms of agreement, during which the Service or Product will be available to the Customer or User.
Terms and Conditions: The general terms and conditions included in this document, including the particular terms and conditions.
User: The people authorised by the Customer to use the Service within his organisation, for whom the service has been requested and for whom the Customer (or vLex Justis under the Customer’s request) has created a username and password, or other identification/authentication methods accepted by vLex Justis.
User Content: all the information and electronic data generated by users of our Service such as tags, logos, notes, names of files, key words, documents, etc. while using the Service.
Website: the internet sites, including vLex.Justis.COM, other domains that include the vLex Justis label, any other such domain names that vLex Justis will introduce in the future, and those that are operated by vLex Justis affiliates.
3. MODIFICATION OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
vLex Justis may modify the Terms and Conditions of the Service at any time in the future. The modified versions of the Terms and Conditions will appear on the above website and the Customers will be notified accordingly. Upon issuing such notifications the new Terms and Conditions will come into force immediately. It is the Customer’s responsibility to check the new Terms and Conditions and how they may impact their use of the Service. Continuing to use the Service constitutes the acceptance of the modifications applied.
4. ADDITIONAL TERMS
The Customer acknowledges that the use or engagement with certain Services or Contents may be subject to Supplementary Terms, which will be published or communicated to the Customer on the Order Form.
Particular contents provided by GALE GROUP will be regulated by the following specific Conditions:
“The Licenced Content is copyrighted by the Gale Group, Inc. (“Gale”). The Licenced Content is provided “as is” without warranty of any kind. Neither Gale nor any of its data suppliers make any warranty whatsoever as to the accuracy or completeness of the Licenced Content or the results to be obtained from using the information contained therein and neither Gale nor any of its data suppliers will be responsible for any claims attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies in the information contained in the Licenced Content. The entire risk for the results and performance of the Licenced Content is assumed by the user. Further, neither Gale nor any of its data suppliers make any representations or warranties, either express or implied, with respect to the Licenced Content, including, but not limited to, the quality, performance, merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose of the Licenced Content or any information contained therein. In no event will Gale or any of its data suppliers be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use of or inability to use the Licenced Content or for any loss or damage of any nature caused to any person as a result of that use.
Material contained in the Licenced Content may not be duplicated or redistributed without the prior written consent of Gale, except that one print copy of search output is permitted for use within the customer’s organisation and that search output may be stored temporarily in electronic media for editing or reformatting and subsequent printing of one print copy of search output for internal use.
Any advertising or navigational link to e-commerce products and services displayed on vLex Justis’ website are not provided by Gale or its publishers.”
5. RESPONSIBILITIES OF VLEX JUSTIS
5.1. Provisions of the Contracted Services
vLex Justis will provide access to the Services and Contents specified on the Order Form. It will also provide the required customer services in relation to the use of the Service or Product at no additional charge. vLex Justis will make reasonable efforts to ensure that the Contracted Services are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, at the level of standards of the Online Information Industry. The exceptions will include circumstances when the Customers have been previously informed of the unavailability, such as essential maintenance, and Government orders, as well as circumstances beyond the reasonable control of vLex Justis, such as faults on Internet networks, computer attacks and other such failures.
vLex Justis shall not, and shall use all reasonable endeavours to ensure that no servant or agent of vLex Justis shall, without the consent of the Customer, disclose to any third-party information relating to searches carried out by the Customer using the Service.
vLex Justis shall comply with all applicable Data Protection legislation including the EC Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC, the United Kingdom Data Protection Act 2018 and the EU Regulation 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation), whichever laws are applicable during the Subscription Period, and in particular shall not disclose the identity of or data about the Users to any third party other than a purchaser of vLex Justis’ assets or business.
The Customer and the Users shall ensure that details of this agreement shall remain confidential and shall not be disclosed to any other party.
6. USE OF SERVICE OR PRODUCT
6.1. Professional Conduct
The Website, the Products and Services offered by vLex Justis have been specifically designed and implemented for professionals as well as universities, public institutions, and companies. Therefore, the regulations in force regarding the use of services by consumers and for personal use are not covered in these Terms and Conditions. If you are an individual and would like to use our Website or Services for personal use, please contact us in order to arrange a contractual framework that will regulate the relationship between you and vLex Justis.
Unless otherwise specified on the Order Form or the Online Registration Form, subscriptions to vLex Justis Services or Products are automatically renewed.
6.3. Contracted Licences
Unless otherwise specified in the Order Form or in the Online Registration Form, the Service or Product may not be used by more individuals than the contracted Licences. If only one Licence has been assigned or purchased, the User accepts that he or she will be the only person authorised to use his or her ID and password to access the Service. If a legal entity or organisation subscribes to the Service, only as many individuals as contracted Licences may access the service.
The person designated as Account Administrator by the Customer will be able to create and update the details of the users authorised to access, up to and including the number of contracted Licences purchased.
vLex Justis will only be able to enable unlimited Access for the Customer’s IP range if this arrangement has been stipulated on the Order Form.
The use of VPN systems or other similar systems that allow the access of vLex Justis from outside the permitted IP range is prohibited unless specifically indicated on the Order Form.
6.4. General Responsibilities of the Customer
The Customer will take all reasonable steps to ensure that the Service is used in accordance with this agreement and to prevent unauthorised access to the Service.
The Customer shall use its reasonable endeavours to monitor the use of the Service by the Users or otherwise via access provided under this Agreement. Upon becoming aware (or being notified by vLex Justis) of any misuse of or unauthorised access to the Service, the Customer shall immediately give full details to vLex Justis, prevent any further misuse by the Users and use all reasonable endeavours to prevent any other unauthorised access to or misuse of the Service by third parties.
The Customer is responsible for ensuring that computer hardware and software used for accessing the Service pursuant to this Agreement are capable of accessing the Service. The Customer is responsible for arranging for the making of regular backup copies of the contents of the hard disks of any computer on which the Service is being installed or used and for using appropriate anti-virus software when accessing the Service. vLex Justis is not responsible for the availability of links to third party materials or the contents of those materials.
Transferring or sharing the information that allows individuals or organisations who are not Users or Customers to access the Service is a serious breach of this Agreement. In the case of such a breach the Customer will be responsible for any damage or loss, as well as the costs that vLex Justis may incur, including all legal costs.
For the purposes of this Agreement, every unauthorised access to the contents, Products, and/or Services offered by vLex Justis will be considered as chargeable use by the Customer whose access details were used for the unauthorised access. vLex Justis will therefore levy an extra charge, and will issue appropriate bills or invoices accordingly.
The Customer will be responsible for providing complete and accurate contact information to vLex Justis, and will provide regular updates. All communications between vLex Justis and the contact information provided by the Customer has, for all intents and purposes, legal validity.
6.5. Permitted Activities
The Customer and Users may view on screen the results of bona fide searches carried out using the Service. Reasonable quantities of extracts (in the context of the business or operations of the Customer) may also be printed from the Products or saved to local devices temporarily (including eBook readers) subject to prevailing legislation provided the source and ownership of the copyright in the results are clearly acknowledged.
The Customer acknowledges that third parties may have a proprietary interest in parts of the Service and the Customer agrees not to remove, conceal or obliterate any copyright or other proprietary notices included in the Service.
6.6. Prohibited Activities
Except as permitted in 6.5, the Customer and its Users may not copy, duplicate, sell, download, resell, translate, re-publish, or transmit any section of the Website, the Product or its content, whether it be for commercial or non-commercial use.
The Customer may not sublicense, reuse, compile, rent, sell, use reverse engineering, or create sections that are derived from the Website, the Service or its Content. The Customer may not use framing technique or any other technique that would hide the label, logo, or other sections of the Website or the Service without prior written consent from vLex Justis.
It is expressly prohibited to misuse, download, copy, or reuse a substantial part or the entire Content, regardless of the purpose. Without prejudice of the right to claim for damages, any downloads that violate the aforementioned limitations will be considered as individual purchases of documents and will be charged according to the current rates of the services provided by vLex Justis.
The Customer may not use automatic software or otherwise manually copy or monitor the service of vLex Justis and/or its content without prior written consent from vLex Justis. The Customer may not manipulate or use the Content of vLex Justis to create publications and/or services of any kind, especially those that could be compared or that could compete in any way with the services and/or Content that vLex Justis offers now or in the future. It is expressly prohibited to include Content from vLex Justis on any databases of any kind, whether they are public or private, as well as free of charge or for a fee.
6.7. Geographical Limitations
Licenses may be restricted to specific geographical areas as agreed between the Customer and vLex Justis and recorded on the Order Form or the Online Registration Form. vLex Justis may implement technical measures to prevent access that would violate such restrictions.
6.8. Limitations by Type of Customer
The Services provided by vLex Justis include different contents and functions depending on the Customer (a small law firm, a big law firm, an academic institution, a public administration, or a company). The Customer agrees not to subscribe to a service that is intended for another type of Customer. The breach of this limitation will give vLex Justis the right to terminate the Agreement and/or demand payment of the Services and Licences that correspond to the appropriate type of Customer.
6.9. Monitoring of Use of the Service
vLex Justis reserves the right to monitor and keep records of the Customer’s use of the Service and its Content, the search history, and the IP address from which the Customer accesses the Service. Such monitoring will be for the purpose of improving the Service and ensuring that vLex Justis will be able to fulfil its obligations, as well as investigating possible violations of these Terms and Conditions. vLex Justis may cancel access to the Service if it identifies patterns of use contrary to these Terms and Conditions, especially in the case of excessive downloading, emailing or printing of documents, access by unauthorised Users, or the use of the information for unauthorised use.
7. PRICES AND PAYMENTS
The Customer will pay the amount specified in the Order Form or in the Online Registration Form, or once the Free Trial expires. Unless otherwise specified in the Order Form or in these Terms and Conditions:
these prices are as agreed for the Services and Contents, not based on the use or the effective use of the Service by the Customer;
payment obligations may not be cancelled and payments that have already been made are non-returnable; and
the number of contracted Licenses may not be reduced during the Subscription Period.
7.2. Billing and Collection
The Customer may receive one or more invoices corresponding to the contracted Services, and will provide the required information for one of the payment methods accepted by vLex Justis. If the Customer provides credit card or a bank account details, vLex Justis will be automatically authorised by the Customer to process the charges with said credit card or bank account for all the Products or Services indicated on the Order Form or the Online Registration Form. This authorisation will apply to the initial Subscription Period as well as future renewals if the Customer decide to renew its subscription.
Said charges will be processed in advance through any of the payment methods provided by the Customer, whether it be monthly or annually, or in whatever frequency indicated on the Order Form or the Online Registration Form.
7.3. Payment Delay Charges
In the event that any amounts due to vLex Justis are not paid by the due date vLex Justis will be entitled to charge interest at 4% over LIBOR, both before and after any judgment, and to suspend provision of the Service, in each case until full payment is made.
The Customer may also be expected to pay any bank fees or other charges incurred by vLex Justis if the method of payment chosen by the Customer will not result in the full payment of the invoice value. These penalties will only apply if vLex Justis communicates to the Customer the full details of the outstanding balance in writing, such as through an invoice. Payments will be allocated to settle the oldest debt first.
7.4. Service Suspension and Recovery Acceleration.
In case of delay in payment or an outstanding balance of any kind, vLex Justis may, without relinquishing any other rights:
demand expected payment of any outstanding balance, regardless of any instalments previously agreed. In such cases, vLex Justis may notify the Customer of the new outstanding balance in writing, and said outstanding balance shall be paid in full by any method of payment accepted by vLex Justis; and/or
temporarily suspend access to the Product or the Service until the outstanding balance is paid in full.
Failure to pay the sum before the end of the Subscription Period does not relieve the Customer from the obligation to pay the amounts accrued up to that time, as well as those that are subsequently accrued until the term of the Subscription Period expires.
For the purposes of this Agreement, the Customer expressly acknowledges its debt towards vLex Justis of the amount of all fees accrued and unpaid as well as the fees accrued up to the completion of the Agreement.
In either case, the Customer commits to pay the sum owed when it receives a formal notice from vLex Justis.
7.5. Collection Services
The complete or partial breach of the obligation of payment will enable vLex Justis to take the necessary actions against the Customer by enforcing its rights and commercial interests. In such cases, said actions include Subscribing to the services of a collection agency to obtain any amounts owed, transferring its rights as creditor and/or all information necessary to recover said debt.
Our prices do not include any taxes or withholdings unless otherwise stated. It is the Customer’s responsibility to pay any taxes associated with their Subscription prices.
The Customer acknowledges that their Subscription to the Service or the Product does not depend on the existence of a specific feature or content, or of any verbal or written remarks related to the suitability of the current or future content for the Customer’s requirement. It will be the Customer’s sole responsibility to determine the suitability of the Service or the Products for its purposes and Users.
Unless otherwise expressly stated on the Order Form, all discounts apply to first year licence fees only and the Subscription Fee for the second and subsequent years will automatically revert to Justis’ full prices then prevailing.
If, at the time of starting a new subscription the Customer is already subscribed to another vLex Justis Service, as a result of which it benefits from a special discount, the Customer agrees to keep both (or all related) subscriptions for as long as the terms of the discount apply. If the Customer fails to continue to subscribe to the agreed Services or Products vLex Justis will automatically apply the full prices to the rest of the subscriptions.
8. RESERVATION OF RIGHTS and LICENSE OF USE
8.1. Intellectual Property Rights and Copyright
All the labels, copyrights, graphics, or logos of vLex Justis available on the Website, the Service or the Product are the property of vLex Justis and are protected by international law, as well as all the relevant laws of the country in which the Customer resides or vLex Justis operates. These protected materials may not be copied, transferred, reproduced, or photocopied in any way, partially or completely, without prior written consent from vLex Justis. The logos and distinguishing signs and symbols of third parties are the property of their respective owners, and vLex Justis is not authorised to transfer or license the use of said symbols. The Customer must obtain authorisation directly from the respective owner to use them for any purpose. The Customer must not remove or hide any references to copyright, labels, and patents included in the Products and Services from vLex Justis when printing documents.
vLex Justis and third party content providers reserve the rights concerning the Services and Contents included therein, including all the Intellectual Property and Industrial rights. Access to the service or the previously mentioned content by the Customer does not involve any type of resignation, transmission, or whole or partial transfer of these rights, nor does it confer any right to use any of the said rights partially or on the whole. It also does not bestow any rights of use, license, or right to alter, exploit, reproduce, distribute or public communication of said content other than those explicitly outlined in these Terms and Conditions, without prior and express approval of vLex Justis. The Customer shall not own or acquire any right over vLex Justis’s Content, and he expressly recognises that vLex Justis’s Service and Content on the Website are protected by Intellectual and Industrial Property rights.
vLex Justis hereby informs the Customer that the Services may contain hidden identifiers as well as intentional errors in escrow in order to prove ownership of existing rights in the Content and the substantial investment made to create and update it.
8.2. Licence of Use of Service and Content of vLex Justis
vLex Justis grants the Customer a non-exclusive, individual and non-transferable, revocable and limited license of use in order to access the contracted Service and Product according to these Terms and Conditions.
The license of use given to the Customer includes the right to electronically view the content included in the contracted Service as well as the right to download the Content in an electronic format and/or print limited sections of said Contents for the exclusive professional use of the Customer.
The Service or the Product may only be used by the Customer or the Users associated with the Customer through a working, commercial, educational relationship, or a similar collaborative, dependent or subordinate relationship, and as long as said use is within the IP range of the Customer’s Organization and for the agreed purposes.
8.3. User Content
Users may add their own material such as documents, comments, tags, logos, key words, among others to a vLex website or service (“User Content”). The rights granted by the Customer to VLEX for the use of the User Content are as follows:
a) Any User Content added via the Intelligent Technology Services shall remain the sole property of the Customer, and VLEX shall have no perpetual rights to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, publicly show, translate, derive, or distribute said materials, or to include said materials in any form, method, or way that exists or may exist in the future. All such rights or similar permissions shall only be given to VLEX for the provision of the Intelligent Technology Services and according to the Terms and Conditions of said services.
b) For any other VLEX products or services, the Customer grants VLEX (or the authorized person ensures that the Organization has expressly granted) a perpetual, worldly, free, irrevocable, and nonexclusive right and license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, publicly show, translate, derive, or distribute said materials, or to include said materials in any form, method, or way that exists or may exist in the future. Mentioning in the Service that a certain portion of the content is “private” shall be defined as content that VLEX will assure can only be accessed by said Customer in a general nature, but that due to the very nature of Internet services VLEX cannot guarantee that third party users may have timely access to the previously mentioned Content, whether it be due to technical errors or any other cause.
In any case, the Customer states that he knows this fact and indemnifies VLEX and its affiliates for any claim for this reason, hereby committing not to add any information into the VLEX Service that is either confidential or that might constitute as a disclosure of secrets, or a breach of the duty of professional secrecy. The Customer states that the personal information provided does not infringe upon the Intellectual Property of a third party, and should the case arise that a complaint is filed, he shall be the only responsible entity and shall hold VLEX and its subsidiaries harmless of any alleged Intellectual Property infraction in terms of any content or information provided by the Customer through the website.
9. WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF RESPONSIBILITY
THE WEBSITE, SERVICE AND PRODUCT ALONG WITH THEIR CONTENT ARE PROVIDED “AS IS”. VLEX JUSTIS AND ITS THIRD PARTY PROVIDERS OF CONTENT DO NOT OFFER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, NEITHER EXPRESSED NOR IMPLIED, WITH REGARDS TO THE FUNCTIONING OF THE SERVICE AND ITS CONTENT, OR ANY TRANSLATIONS INCLUDED. THE CUSTOMER EXPRESSLY CONFIRMS THAT IT IS SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE USE OF SAID WEBSITE, SERVICE OR PRODUCT AND THEIR CONTENT. VLEX JUSTIS EXCLUDES ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED AND IMPLIED, TO THE UPMOST LIMIT PROVIDED BY APPLICABLE LAW, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IS ACCURATE, RELIABLE, CORRECT, COMPLETE, ADEQUATE, OR PERTAINING TO A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR THAT THIS WEBSITE OR ITS CONTENT DOES NOT HAVE CONTENT OR FUNCTION ERRORS, OR THAT THE SERVERS THAT HOST THE SERVICE ARE WITHOUT VIRUSES.
9.2. Limitation of Responsibility
VLEX JUSTIS SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGES DUE TO THE USE, OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE SERVICE OR THE PRODUCTS OR THEIR CONTENTS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY DIRECT OR INDIRECT DAMAGE OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING LEGAL FEES.
VLEX JUSTIS, ITS THIRD PARTY DATA PROVIDERS, AFFILIATES, EXECUTIVES, ADVISORS, EMPLOYEES, SUBCONTRACTORS, AGENTS, OR ANY OF THEIR SUCCESSORS SHALL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO LEGAL FEES, EMERGING DAMAGES, OR LOSS OF PROFIT) THAT SHOULD ARISE DUE TO THE USE OF THE SERVICE OR THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING THEIR CONTENT.
VLEX JUSTIS DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE LACK OF SERVICE AVAILABILITY FOR A DETERMINED PERIOD OF TIME, WHETHER IT BE FOR TECHNICAL ISSUES, SYSTEM MAINTENANCE, INTERFERENCE, INTERRUPTION OF INTERNET SERVICE BY THE INTERNET PROVIDERS, OR FOR ANY OTHER CAUSE.
9.3. Legal Advice
vLex Justis or its employees will not provide legal advice and will act as an attorney for the Customer.
vLex Justis, and all its third-party content providers do not offer warranties, neither express nor implied, regarding the Service or the Product and their Contents, their quality or suitability for specific purposes, their accuracy, or how up-to-date or complete they may be. In some circumstances, vLex Justis may provide translations for specific documents. The Customer acknowledges that said translations are merely informative and they are provided only for the general understanding of the translated document. The Customer will responsible for soliciting a professional translation from a third party if so required.
If the Customer is an attorney, he or she accepts that in certain countries and jurisdictions the Rules of professional conduct may apply in relation to his or her use of the Website, the Service or the Product and their Content. In the jurisdiction where “Common Law” applies, the Customer expressly agrees that it shall be its exclusive responsibility to make sure that any given case is still applicable. The Customer assumes that all the documents included in the Service are merely for guidance purposes and that any decision taken based upon said documents are made at the Customer’s own risk.
9.4. Responsibility for Third Party Content
The Service or the Product include contents provided by third parties. vLex Justis does not share the opinions expressed by said third parties or by their authors. Specifically, vLex Justis shall not be held responsible for any error, omission, opinion, documents or information that isn’t current, or for any assertion made in the contents provided by third parties on its Services.
vLex Justis shall not correct or modify the original content provided by third parties or the official sources, and it therefore cannot accept any responsibility for any mathematical or factual errors that may appear in said texts, as well as for the possible errors pertaining to personal information that may accidentally appear in the documents provided.
9.5. Third Party Publicity
vLex Justis shall not be responsible for any information on its Website or Service provided by any sponsor or advertiser. The advertisers are solely responsible for adhering to prevailing legislation.
10.1. Duration of the Subscriptions
The Order Form or the Online Registration Form stipulate the duration of the Subscription Period. The parties may terminate this Agreement subject to the Terms and Conditions therein.
The Customer’s obligations related to the Content and the Intellectual Property rights will persist the termination of This Agreement for whatever reason.
vLex Justis may automatically terminate this Agreement without prior notice if and when the following situations occur:
The Customer’s delay or failure to fulfil its payment obligations;
The Customer’s failure to perform its obligations as set out in these Terms and Conditions as well as the Special Conditions that may apply to specific products, services, or contents;
If the parties agree on dividing the fees payable by the Customer into a number of instalments, both parties must fulfil their obligations for as long as this Agreement is in force. A unilateral decision taken by either party regarding the termination of this Agreement for any reason other than those that have been permitted in the Agreement, shall not relieve the party of its obligations, including but not limited to payment obligations.
10.3. Automatic Renewals
If either party wishes to terminate this Agreement at its expiry date, they must confirm their decision at least 30 days before the expiry of the Agreement. Failure to do so will result in automatic renewal of the Agreement, in which case the Agreement will be renewed for the same period of time as the previous Subscription Period.
Provision of access keys and the ability to access, view and download the Content means the fulfilment of this Agreement by vLex Justis. Therefore, once these conditions have been satisfied the Customer will not be able to terminate this Agreement for any reason.
11. FREE TRIALS
vLex Justis offers, in some circumstances, a Free Trial of some of its Services or Products. This Free Trial will last for a period of time specified in the trial form. vLex Justis reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to determine who is eligible for these Free Trials.
We may ask for payment information in order to activate a Free Trial. In such cases, you acknowledge that vLex Justis may obtain a pre-authorisation to verify that the method of payment that has been provided exists and is valid, that it corresponds to a real person or organisation, and that it has funds. You also acknowledge that we may make a small charge for the same purpose, and that said charge will be returned immediately. These charges are not real and vLex Justis shall not be held responsible for any consequence derived from them.
vLex Justis shall issue a corresponding invoice and will proceed to charge the Subscription fee after the Free Trial is over unless the you cancel the trial before it ends. You may not receive communication from us stating that your Free Trial has expired and that your subscription period has begun. In order to check specific details of your Subscription, including the price and expiration date of the Free Trial, please click on the “Account” tab within the Services of vLex Justis. You may also talk to our Customer Service representative if you need any additional information on how to cancel your Free Trial.
12. REFUND POLICY
If you are not satisfied with your online subscription or if you forgot to cancel it, and you haven’t used your subscription since the automatic renewal, you will be entitled to a full or partial refund. This policy is on a case-by-case basis and only applies to online sales paid with credit card.
13. GOVERNING LAWS
Unless the Order Form or the Online Registration Form explicitly state otherwise, these Terms and Conditions are regulated by:
This Agreement and any dispute or claim relating to it or its subject matter, its enforceability or its termination (including non-contractual disputes or claims) is to be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales.
Each party agrees that the courts of England and Wales have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims).
14. OTHER PROVISIONS
The declaration of nullity, invalidity, or inefficiency of any of the Terms and Conditions of this Agreement will not affect the validity of the other Terms and Conditions, which will still be binding and in full effect.
We believe that The Customer has not received or has been offered any payment or gift from our employees or agents that are in any way connected to this Agreement. Low-value gifts and hospitality do not constitute a violation of this this Term. If you have knowledge of a violation of this Term, you must inform said violation to email@example.com
14.3. Contents Included in Intellectual Property
The contents included in vLex Justis have either been created for vLex Justis, by third parties or they are in public domain. In terms of contents owned by third parties, vLex Justis has licensed case law, newspaper articles, magazines, books, treaties, dissertations, and other materials from those who have expressed they have the rights to license them (usually the publisher that published the documents or the authors). If you are an author and you have questions or concerns regarding the electronic distribution of your materials, we recommend you contact your Publisher directly. If you don’t agree that your Publisher has the rights to authorize the distribution of these materials on vLex Justis, you may contact us directly in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
14.4. Compensation & Indemnification
The Customer will compensate VLEX and its Affiliates, executives, advisors, employees, subcontractors, agents, or their successors, of any complaint, damage, or payment that may result in the violation of these General Terms and Conditions.
The Customer agrees to indemnify VLEX from all liabilities, expenses, and damages arising out of any wilful misuse of the site by the user.
The Customer confirms that they are the owner of the documents that they upload into the Intelligent Technology Services, or have sufficient permissions or rights to do so. The Customer will defend and indemnify VLEX against all costs, including legal fees, in the event a third party asserts that the use of said documents infringes a copyright, patent or other intellectual property right.
The Customer will not be able to transfer or subcontract its obligations. If the matter arises that a customer transfers its obligations to a third party, even companies within the same business group, vLex Justis may terminate this Agreement unilaterally. vLex Justis may transfer their contractual position to any of its affiliates.
14.6. Promotional Use
The Customer accepts that vLex Justis may use their name and/or logo to identify them as a vLex Justis customer for its marketing and proportional purposes.
15. ADDITIONAL TERMS
15.1 For the purposes of this Agreement, all references to days shall be construed as references to calendar days.