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You are our customer and have one or more motor vehicle retail installment sale, promissory note, or lease contracts with us in the Online Policies and Agreements, each an "Account," collectively, your "Accounts" and are registered or registering for online account services on the Website.
Your online access to your Account and the online Account services we offer on our Website are referred to in the Online Policies and Agreements as your "Online Account Services. Communications Consent. We may include your personally identifiable information in a Communication and conduct a Communication using an automated dialing machine and any contact information we have for you, including a cell phone number.
We will not charge you for a Communication, but your service provider may do so. You understand and agree that we may always communicate with you in any manner permissible by law that does not require your consent. Online Billing Statements. Images of your Account billing statements are available on our Website as part of your Online Account Services. Each time we issue a billing statement on your Account, we will add an online statement to the billing statements available to you in the Statements section of the Website until the Website contains 13 statements for your Account.
Thereafter, the Statements section of the Website will contain a rolling history of the 13 most recent billing statements on your Account. A current billing statement on our Website should reflect our records as of the close of business on the Statement Closing Date.
A current billing statement on our Website will not reflect debits or credits posted to your Account after the Statement Closing Date for that billing statement. Any balance or payment information for your Account, assumes all payments posted to your Account are valid postings made with good funds. One or more billing statements for your Account may not be available on our Website for among other reasons: you have prepaid your Account, or you entered into your Account in Puerto Rico.
Suppression of Paper Billing Statements. Upon registration of your Account on our Website, we will automatically suppress paper billing statements on your Account unless you elect to receive paper billing statements. In addition, we may automatically suppress your paper billing statements after notice to you unless, after your receipt of our notice and within the timeframe provided in the notice, you elect, by the response method provided in our notice, to receive paper billing statements.
In the absence of such an election by you, you agree that your acceptance of these Online Policies and Agreements constitutes your consent to suppression of paper billing statements and your agreement to review your billing statements and accompanying disclosures, notices, and other materials on our Website.
If paper billing statements are suppressed on your Account, images of your billing statements will be available on our Website as part of your Online Account Services, you will no longer receive your billing statements by mail, and you will review each online billing statement and all disclosures, notices, and other materials accompanying your online billing statements, promptly upon delivery to our Website as part of your Online Account Services.
Even if your paper billing statements are suppressed, from time to time, we may mail you a paper billing statement if required by law, if you delete your Account from your Online Account Services, or if we otherwise determine in our sole discretion to mail you a paper billing statement.
If paper billing statements are suppressed on your Account, you may reactivate paper billing statements at any time. Suppression or reactivation of paper billing statements may take up to two 2 billing cycles to take effect. Any customer on the Account who is registered for Online Account Services may elect to suppress or reactivate paper billing statements for the Account, and each customer who makes such an election is responsible for notifying all other customers on the account of the election.
The customer making the election to suppress paper billing statements is responsible for providing copies of the online billing statements and accompanying disclosures, notices, and other materials to all other customers on the account or ensuring that all other customers on the account register on our website to access online billing statements.
We may terminate suppression of paper billing statements on your Account at any time and for any reason, including, without limitation, if you violate the terms of your Account, your Online Account Services or the Website, you revoke your agreement to the Online Policies and Agreements or Consent to Electronic Communications and Agreements or either you or we otherwise terminate your Online Account Services in whole or in part.
Suppression of billing statements is not available for customers of Toyota Credit de Puerto Rico Corp. Multifactor Authentication MFA. To access your Account information on the Website, we may require you to verify your identity through a process called Multifactor Authentication MFA.
MFA is an authentication method used to help prevent unauthorized access to your Account by relying on two or more independent credentials to verify your identity. For instance, you may be asked to click on a verification link or enter your password and a verification code.
When we send a Verification Code or link, it is a Communication as otherwise defined in this Agreement. For additional security, you may choose to receive a Verification Code at each login.
Adding a Verification Code at login can make accessing your Account more secure by providing an extra layer of protection to your username and password. You may choose to add this two-step verification process as an additional layer of security to prevent unauthorized access to your Account. When we send you a code or link, anyone with access to your email or phone may be able to log into your Account, view your account information, and change your settings.The [Name of Organization] recognizes the value of computer and other electronic resources to improve student learning and enhance the administration and operation of its schools.
To this end, the [Governing Body Name] encourages the responsible use of computers; computer networks, including the Internet; and other electronic resources in support of the mission and goals of the [Name of Organization] and its schools.
Because the Internet is an unregulated, worldwide vehicle for communication, information available to staff and students is impossible to control. Therefore, the [Governing Body Name] adopts this policy governing the voluntary use of electronic resources and the Internet in order to provide guidance to individuals and groups obtaining access to these resources on [Name of Organization]-owned equipment or through [Name of Organization]-affiliated organizations.
It is the policy of the [Name of Organization] to maintain an environment that promotes ethical and responsible conduct in all online network activities by staff and students.
It shall be a violation of this policy for any employee, student, or other individual to engage in any activity that does not conform to the established purpose and general rules and policies of the network. Within this general policy, the [Name of Organization] recognizes its legal and ethical obligation to protect the well-being of students in its charge. To this end, the [Name of Organization] retains the following rights and recognizes the following obligations:.
I have read, understand, and will abide by the above Acceptable Use Policy when using computer and other electronic resources owned, leased, or operated by the [Name of Organization].
I further understand that any violation of the regulations above is unethical and may constitute a criminal offense. User Signature Date Parent Agreement to be signed by parents of all student users under the age of eighteen. I understand that this access is designed for educational purposes. I agree that I will not hold the [Name of Organization] responsible for materials acquired on the network. Further, I accept full responsibility for supervision if and when my child's use is not in a school setting.
I hereby give permission for my child to use network resources, including the Internet, that are available through [Name of Organization]. Parent Signature Date. These guidelines are intended to help you make the best use of the electronic mail facilities at your disposal. You should understand the following:. Purpose The purpose of this policy is to protect [Name of Organization]'s electronic information from being inadvertently compromised by authorized personnel using a dial-in connection.
Scope The scope of this policy is to define appropriate dial-in access and its use by authorized personnel. Policy [Name of Organization] employees and authorized third parties customers, vendors, etc.
Dial-in access should be strictly controlled, using one-time password authentication. Dial-in access should be requested using the corporate account request process. It is the responsibility of employees with dial-in access privileges to ensure that a dial-in connection to [Name of Organization] is not used by non-employees to gain access to company information system resources.
Employees who are granted dial-in access privileges must remain constantly aware that dial-in connections between their location and [Name of Organization] are literal extensions of [Name of Organization]'s corporate network, and that they provide a potential path to the organization's most sensitive information.
Only GSM standard digital cellular phones are considered secure enough for connection to [Name of Organization]'s network. For additional information on wireless access to the [Name of Organization] network, consult the Wireless Communications Policy. Note: Dial-in accounts are considered to be "as needed" accounts. Account activity is monitored, and if a dial-in account is not used for a period of six months, the account will expire and no longer function.
If dial-in access is subsequently required, the individual must request a new account as described above.
Enforcement Any employee found to have violated this policy may be subject to disciplinary action, including termination of employment. Overview Passwords are an important aspect of computer security.
They are the front line of protection for user accounts. A poorly chosen password may result in the compromise of [Name of Organization]'s entire network. As such, all employees including contractors and vendors with access to [Name of Organization] systems are responsible for taking the appropriate steps, as outlined below, to select and secure their passwords.
Purpose The purpose of this policy is to establish a standard for the creation of strong passwords, the protection of those passwords, and the frequency of change. Scope The scope of this policy includes all personnel who have or are responsible for an account or any form of access that supports or requires a password on any system that resides at any [Name of Organization] facility, has access to the [Name of Organization] network, or stores any non-public [Name of Organization] information.
Policy All system-level passwords e.C Spire makes IT work for business. One way we do that is by clearly communicating the terms of our relationship with customers.
Below you will find the agreements and policies that describe these terms. To simplify our agreements and reduce redundant terms, this document contains all the standard terms that would be required for each of our offering types into one document. Since transactions have aspects that are different from subscription services, this document is used to outline the terms that are specific to the purchase of hardware, software, or block hours. These agreements define the level of service expected from C Spire for each of our subscription services.
SLAs are output-based in that their purpose is specifically to define what the customer will receive. It is C Spire's policy to respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement.
This document describes the information that should be present in these notices and is designed to make submitting notices of alleged infringement to C Spire as clear as possible. The Acceptable Use Policy document communicates the rules for use of C Spire's systems and services and provides guidelines as to how each should be used. As these agreements expire we are transitioning to the new agreements.
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Data Protection. Professional Services. Financial Services. Success Stories. Master Terms and Conditions To simplify our agreements and reduce redundant terms, this document contains all the standard terms that would be required for each of our offering types into one document. Learn More. Purchase Terms and Conditions Since transactions have aspects that are different from subscription services, this document is used to outline the terms that are specific to the purchase of hardware, software, or block hours.
Service Level Agreements These agreements define the level of service expected from C Spire for each of our subscription services. Acceptable Use Policy The Acceptable Use Policy document communicates the rules for use of C Spire's systems and services and provides guidelines as to how each should be used.Comcast strives to provide consumers with accessible, easy-to-understand information about the services we provide, so they can make informed decisions about which services best meet their needs.
Consistent with that goal, we have designed this page to act as a single place where consumers and others can come to access and review the relevant policies, agreements, and other information about these services.
Customer Agreement for Residential Services. Comcast Xfinity Customer Privacy Notice. Comcast Automatic Payments Terms and Conditions.
Stored Payment Methods Terms and Conditions. Paperless Billing Terms of Service. Important Notices and Policies for Video Customers. Xfinity Internet Broadband Disclosures. Comcast Business Services Privacy Notice.
Ports Blocked for Security Reasons. What is Comcast doing about Spam? If you have any questions about these disclosures, cannot find what you are looking for, or have any other concerns about Xfinity Internet service, please contact us. Comcast will review and promptly respond to all submissions. Contact Us If you have any questions about these disclosures, cannot find what you are looking for, or have any other concerns about Xfinity Internet service, please contact us.To discuss which form of Equity contract may apply to an engagement, please contact an Equity Business Representative.
In the case of a discrepancy between information stated here and Equity's specific agreements and policies, the terms of the respective agreement or policy shall prevail. Visit the PDF Help page for further assistance. The Artists' Collective Policy ACP is ideal for collaborative productions in which there is no guarantee of any fees and, instead, there is an agreement to share revenues, including box office proceeds.
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The Collective is based on the fundamental tenets of group decision making and agreed-upon revenue sharing. Many professional regional theatre companies across Canada are signatories to this Agreement.
The CTA took effect June 29,and remains in effect two successive year-long rolloverspending successful negotiations for a new Agreement.
The current Fee Booklet is in effect until June 28, It also outlines how to engage Equity members at educational institutions. Provisions common to engagements across all three types of work appear at the beginning, and each specialty genre has a separate schedule for each at the end of the Policy. These schedules address necessary rehearsal hour differences and provide a list of appropriate minimum fees.
The Festival Policy enables members, collectives and independent producers to participate and showcase artistic activities in a festival setting.
A list of eligible festivals is updated annually.You accept these Terms by creating a Microsoft account, through your use of the Services, or by continuing to use the Services after being notified of a change to these Terms.
Your Privacy. Your privacy is important to us. Please read the Microsoft Privacy Statement the " Privacy Statement " as it describes the types of data we collect from you and your devices " Data "how we use your Data, and the legal bases we have to process your Data. The Privacy Statement also describes how Microsoft uses your content, which is your communications with others; postings submitted by you to Microsoft via the Services; and the files, photos, documents, audio, digital works, livestreams and videos that you upload, store, broadcast or share through the Services " Your Content ".
In some cases, we will provide separate notice and request your consent as referenced in the Privacy Statement. Your Content. Many of our Services allow you to store or share Your Content or receive material from others. Your Content remains Your Content and you are responsible for it.
See section 14 b for additional terms for applications acquired through certain Stores owned or operated by Microsoft or its affiliates including, but not limited to, the Office Store, the Microsoft Store on Xbox and the Microsoft Store on Windows. You should review the third-party terms and privacy policies before acquiring, using, requesting, or linking your Microsoft Account to any Third-Party Apps and Services. Any third-party terms do not modify any of these Terms. You are responsible for your dealings with third parties.
Microsoft does not license any intellectual property to you as part of any Third-Party Apps and Services and is not responsible or liable to you or others for information or services provided by any Third-Party Apps and Services. Software License. Unless accompanied by a separate Microsoft license agreement for example, if you are using a Microsoft application that is included with and a part of Windows, then the Microsoft Software License Terms for the Windows Operating System govern such softwareany software provided by us to you as part of the Services is subject to these Terms.
Applications acquired through certain Stores owned or operated by Microsoft or its affiliates including, but not limited to the Office Store, Microsoft Store on Windows and Microsoft Store on Xbox are subject to section 14 b i below. Payment Terms. If you purchase a Service, then these payment terms apply to your purchase and you agree to them. Contracting Entity. Choice of Law and Place to Resolve Disputes. If you live in or, if a business, your principal place of business is in the United States, the laws of the state where you live or, if a business, where your principal place of business is located govern all claims, regardless of conflict of laws principles, except that the Federal Arbitration Act governs all provisions relating to arbitration.
You and we irrevocably consent to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the state or federal courts in King County, Washington, for all disputes arising out of or relating to these Terms or the Services that are heard in court excluding arbitration and small claims court.
Limitation of Liability. You can't recover any other damages or losses, including direct, consequential, lost profits, special, indirect, incidental, or punitive.
These limitations and exclusions apply even if this remedy doesn't fully compensate you for any losses or fails of its essential purpose or if we knew or should have known about the possibility of the damages. To the maximum extent permitted by law, these limitations and exclusions apply to anything or any claims related to these Terms, the Services, or the software related to the Services.Most of the following agreements are legally binding for countries that have formally ratified them.
Some, such as the Kyoto Protocoldifferentiate between types of countries and each nation's respective responsibilities under the agreement. Several hundred international environmental agreements exist but most link only a limited number of countries. These bilateral or sometimes trilateral agreements are only binding for the countries that have ratified them but are nevertheless essential in the international environmental regime.
Including the major conventions listed below, more than 3, international environmental instruments have been identified by the IEA Database Project . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article.
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