These terms and conditions (the “Terms and Conditions”) govern the use of https://www.cashforunwantedcars.com.au/ (the “Site”). This Site is owned and operated by CashForUnwantedCars. This Site purchases vehicles of all shapes and sizes and pays customers to cash in exchange for them.
By using this SIte, you indicate that you have read and understood the Terms and Conditions. And have agreed to abide by them at all times.
CashForUnwantedCars reserves the right to change and review any of the terms and conditions found on this page at its sole discretion. CashForUnwantedCars will use the method of newsletters to provide customers with a notice of the update. Any changes made to the Terms and Conditions will come into effect immediately as per the publication date.
Acceptance Of The Terms
By remaining on the Site, you accept the following terms and conditions mentioned on the Site.
Copyright And Intellectual Property
The Site, the content on the said SIte, and all other related products of CashForUnwantedCars are subject to copyrights.
All of the materials present on the Site, including but are not limited to interactive features, text, graphics, designed elements, scripts, logos, button icons, code, clips, videos, images, are protected by copyright under Australian Law and are owned and reserved by CashForUnwantedCars.
The minimum age requirement to use our Site is 18 years of age. Therefore, users agree to be above 18 years by using this Site.
CashForUnwantedCars will not be held liable or assume any legal responsibility for any false statements regarding age.
Limitation Of Liability
CashForUnwantedCars and our associates such as officers, agents, employees, directors, subsidiaries, and affiliates will not be held liable for any claims, actions, damages, losses, liabilities, and expenses (legal fees) from the use of this Site.
We hold no liability for any direct, indirect, special consequential, incidental, or exemplary damages incurred by the customers as a result of providing your information to the Site.
Termination Of Contract
If the customers want to terminate their contract, they may do so by providing CashForUnwantedCars with a 30-day notice of ‘Intent of Termination’ via the information provided on the “Contact Us” page.
CashForUnwantedCars may at any given time terminate the Terms if,
The customer has breached or intends to breach the provisions of the Terms and Conditions.
CashForUnwantedCars is required to do on orders of the Government of Queensland.
If the provision of services offered by CashFOrUnwatedCars is no longer commercially viable.
When the Terms and Conditions associated with the service of CashForUnwantedCars, comes to an end, all the legal rights, liabilities, obligations that the customer and CashForUnwantedCars benefited from or continue indefinitely shall be unaffected by the cessation.
Except in cases where it’s prohibited by Law, by choosing to use this Site, you indemnify CashForUnwantedCars and our employees, directors, agents, subsidiaries, officers, and affiliates from any actions, claims, damages, liabilities, losses, and expenses.
Expenses include any form of legal fees that may arise from using our Site or due to violation of the Terms and Condition clauses.
If the Dispute arises related to the Terms, no party should commence any Court proceedings or Tribunal related to the disputed matter unless the clauses have been compiled or urgent interlocutory relief is needed.
The party claiming the Dispute, which has arisen under the Terms, may provide a written notice to the other party with details regarding the nature of the Dispute, the outcome desired, and the action required to settle the said Dispute.
For resolution, on receiving the Notice of Dispute by the other party, the part to the Terms must:
Within 14 days of receiving the Dispute Note, must in good faith aim to resolve the issue by negotiation or other means so that they may mutually agree to a solution.
If the Dispute is not resolved for any given reason, after 14 days period, the parties must agree upon and select a mediator. Or request a mediator to be appointed by the President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal or its nominee.
Both parties are equally liable for all the fees and expenses incurred with the mediator, cost of the venue for mediation.
The mediation process will be held in Brisbane, Australia.
All the communication concerning the negotiation by the parties and the mediator for Dispute resolution are considered confidential to the possible extent.
If 14 days have elapsed after the start of mediation, and still the Dispute has not been resolved, either party can ask the mediator to terminate the mediation process.
Jurisdiction and Venue
The services offered by CashForUnwantedCars are intended to be used and viewed by residents of Australia. In the event of a Dispute arising related to the Site, you agree that the venue for resolving any such issues will be the courts in Queensland, Australia.
The laws of Queensland, Australia govern the Terms and Conditions for CashForUnwantedCars.
Any and all controversy, disputes, proceedings, claims of any nature arising or related in any way to Terms and Condition of this Site will hereby be governed, constructed, or interpreted with the laws of Queensland.
Independent Legal Advice
By using this Site, both parties declare that provisions mentioned in the Terms and Conditions are fair and reasonable.
And both parties have taken the opportunity to obtain legal advice from the independent advisor and declared that the Terms and Conditions provided by CashForUnwantedCars are not against the public policy on the grounds for bargaining power or inequality.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any queries or concerns. Our contact information is as follows:
Address: 4 Duntroon Street, Brendale QLD 4500, Australia