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Terms and Conditions

In using our website and/or our services you are deemed to have read and agreed to the following terms and conditions:

1. Contract

The client’s approval for work to commence shall be deemed a contractual agreement between the client and Webbnity.

2. Webbnity Intellectual Copyright

Webbnity holds intellectual copyright of any material, including source code and original images created for the client until payment of the final invoice. At this time we will transfer this intellectual copyright to the client. Webbnity reserves the right to display said material on their website and on their promotional materials unless agreed otherwise.

3. Client’s Responsibilities with Regard to Copyright

In situations where the client provides images, text, animations, layouts or any other content for their project they are legally responsible for ensuring that this material does not infringe any copyright. If at any point we discover that this has not been done, we will discontinue working on the project. This is for the protection of the client, copyright holders, and ourselves.

4. Cancellation

Should the client wish to cancel at any point during the process they shall remain liable for the work that has taken place and shall be liable for payment accordingly.

If Webbnity determines that continued work on a project is not in their own best interest for whatever reason including but not limited to an abusive client, project specification changes, etc., Webbnity reserves the right to cancel the remainder of the project at their sole discretion. The client shall be held liable for any “complete” work. 

5. Conceptualizing

Conceptualizing is the process of producing design concepts for clients. Concepts may include mock ups, logos, graphics and design proposals. The exact number of concepts provided for any of our services is based on project cost among other factors and is determined solely by Webbnity. Webbnity puts in a lot of effort to offer unlimited revisions to any one concept of the client’s choosing. If Webbnity feels that this policy is being taken advantage of for any particular project we reserve the right to limit revisions and subject further changes to an additional fee. Reasons for this determination include but are not limited to the client asking for revisions with the intention that different revisions be used independently of each other, testing different ideas without a clear goal in mind other than wanting to see as many different designs as possible, changing requirements between revisions, etc.Once a concept, layout, or other milestone has been approved by the client, further changes to  what has already been approved may involve extra work and will therefore incur additional costs. Additionally, any changes to the original requirements provided to Webbnity will be subject to an additional charge if work has already begun.

6. Payment – Refund Policy

After work on a project commences payments are not refundable.

7. Payment Methods

Unless otherwise agreed, payment is only accepted by PayPal or credit card.  

8. Legal

If at any point during the process of a project, Webbnity feels that it is going to be used for an illegitimate purpose then Webbnity has the right to refuse to complete the project and the client shall remain liable for the work that has taken place. This is for the protection of our clients, the consumer and ourselves.

9. Timing

Webbnity does its best to complete the client’s projects as soon as possible. Any timeframe that is discussed between Webbnity and the client is merely an estimation based on our past experience. While we are often finished sooner than the timeframe discussed, said timeframe is not a guarantee.On urgent projects, or projects that must be completed by a certain deadline, clients have the option of rush development with which the timeframe will be guaranteed. We are not to be held responsible for delays beyond our control.

Your statutory rights are not affected by any of the above