DIY Deck Plans Terms and Conditions

Effective 29 July 2011


Use of the Website - By accessing the website, you warrant and represent to the website owner that you are legally entitled to do so and to make use of information made available via the website.

Trademarks - The trademarks, names, logos and service marks (collectively "trademarks") displayed on this website are registered and unregistered trademarks of the website owner. Nothing contained on this website should be construed as granting any license or right to use any trademark without the prior written permission of the website owner.

External links - External links may be provided for your convenience, but they are beyond the control of the website owner and no representation is made as to their content. Use or reliance on any external links and the content thereon provided is at your own risk.

Warranties - The website owner makes no warranties, representations, statements or guarantees (whether express, implied in law or residual) regarding the website.

Disclaimer - In Ontario, for most decks, a permit is required under the Building Code Act, 1992. In most other jurisdictions there are similar requirements under building and construction statutes. Municipalities issue building permits and generally each municipal building department administers its own permit, inspection and enforcement program. Purchase of, use or reliance on of any plans does not guarantee that your municipal building department will accept the plans obtained through this website as is or without modification. You should always check with your municipal building department to determine specific plan and permit application requirments. DIY Deck Plans, its officers, employees and agents cannot be held responsible or liable for any losses incurred due to the purchase of, use of or reliance on the plans obtained through this website and purchasers/users indemnify DIY Deck Plans, its officers, employees and agents from any losses so incurred. Ultimate deck construction is the responsiblity of the plan purchaser and his or her contractor/installer and is in no way the responsiblity of DIY Deck Plans.

Conflict of terms - If there is a conflict or contradiction between the provisions of these website terms and conditions and any other relevant terms and conditions, policies or notices, the other relevant terms and conditions, policies or notices which relate specifically to a particular section or module of the website shall prevail in respect of your use of the relevant section or module of the website.

Severability - Any provision of any relevant terms and conditions, policies and notices, which is or becomes unenforceable in any jurisdiction, whether due to being void, invalidity, illegality, unlawfulness or for any reason whatever, shall, in such jurisdiction only and only to the extent that it is so unenforceable, be treated as void and the remaining provisions of any relevant terms and conditions, policies and notices shall remain in full force and effect.

Applicable laws (choice of venue and forum) - Use of this website shall in all respects be governed by the laws of the province of Ontario, Canada, regardless of the laws that might be applicable under principles of conflicts of law. The parties agree that the Ontario courts located in Brant county, Ontario, shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all controversies arising under this agreement and agree that venue is proper in those courts.