Permitted Use:
  • You may not use a contract more than once.
  • Should you wish to use the contract in conference proceedings you must obtain the prior consent of Sweet & Maxwell and a charge may be payable in respect of such permission.
  • You may not copy or distribute by any means whatsoever a contract except one prepared for and, if relevant, executed by the parties to a specific construction project may be copied and distributed (including distribution by email) to third parties so far as such copying is necessary for the purpose of that construction project.
  • You may not remove, change or obscure any product identification or notices of proprietary rights and restrictions.
  • You may not remove, change or obscure the contact identifiers on a contract.
Warranties & Liability
  • Sweet & Maxwell make no warranties, conditions or representations, express or implied, statutory or otherwise, and without limitation the implied terms of the merchantability and fitness of the contract for a particular purpose are excluded.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that a contract is suitable for your needs and the entire risk as to the results of the use of the contract is assumed by you.
  • In no event will Sweet & Maxwell be liable for any direct, consequential, or special damages or loss of any kind arising from use of a contract however caused and whether arising under contract, tort, including negligence, or otherwise.
  • If any exclusion, disclaimer or other provision contained in these terms is held invalid for any reason and Sweet & Maxwell becomes liable for loss or damage that could otherwise be limited, such liability, whether in contract, negligence or otherwise, will not exceed the amount actually paid by you for a document.
  • Sweet & Maxwell does not exclude or limit liability for fraudulent misrepresentation or for death or personal injury resulting from an act or negligence of Sweet & Maxwell. Nor does anything in these terms affect the statutory rights of a consumer in "consumer transactions" under any applicable statute.
  • If any part of these terms is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be unenforceable the validity of the remainder of the terms will not be affected.