Terms of use

These terms relate to the terms of use of this website. If you have any questions about these Terms of Use, please contact Cattle Council of Australia.

1. General

1.1 Your access to this website is subject to these terms and any additional terms, conditions, notices and disclaimers which appear on this website.

1.2 Cattle Council of Australia may alter these Terms of Use from time to time without notice. Your continued use of the website following those changes indicates your acceptance of those changes. 

2. Disclaimers

2.1 Where possible, care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained on this website. However, Cattle Council of Australia cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained on the website. You should make your own enquiries before making decisions concerning your interests. 

3. Third Party Sites

3.1 This site may contain links to third party sites. Cattle Council of Australia is not responsible for the condition or the content of those sites.

3.2 The links are provided solely for your convenience and do not indicate, expressly or impliedly, any endorsement of the sites or the products or services provided in them.

3.3 Cattle Council of Australia does not accept responsibility for any liability in respect of access to other content through the use of this website.

4. Collection of information

4.1 Cattle Council of Australia may make a record of your visit and log your visit for statistical and business purposes. Such information may include your server address, domain name, IP address, the date and time of your visit, pages accessed, documents downloaded, previous site visited and the type of browser used.

4.2 If Cattle Council of Australia requires you to complete an electronic form on this site and in doing so it requires you to enter personal information, Cattle Council of Australia will collect that information to allow it to respond to your request. Cattle Council of Australia will only use this information in accordance with its privacy policy.

5. Security

5.1 Cattle Council of Australia uses a Secure Server Layer (SSL) in the aim of making all information received from you secure against misuse, loss and unauthorised access, modification and disclosure.

5.2 Cattle Council of Australia makes no warranty in respect of the security measures and is not responsible for any misuse, loss and unauthorised access, modification and disclosure of information provided to Cattle Council of Australia.

6. Copyright

6.1 Cattle Council of Australia reserves all copyright in the content and design of this website.

6.2 You may make a temporary copy of part or all of this website for the sole purpose of viewing it, and print a copy for personal use.

6.3 You must not otherwise reproduce, adapt, store, transmit, print, display, publish or create derivative works from any part of the content or design of this website except with Cattle Council of Australia's prior written consent or as permitted by applicable copyright legislation.

7. Cookies

7.1 This website uses "cookie" technology to assist in identifying registered users and delivering contents specific to your interest. Cookies are pieces of information stored on an individual's computer and are used for customising site information to improve user experience and for tracking user navigation.

7.2 If you do not wish information to be gathered on a cookie you should disable the acceptance of cookies by your web browser. Your Internet Service Provider may be able to assist you with this.

8. Refunds

8.1 Refund for membership payment is currently not available.

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