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This page states the Terms and Conditions under which you may use this web site. Please read this page carefully. If you do not accept the Terms and Conditions stated here do not use this web site.

Ownership & ©Copyright

We own this Web Site and all the material contained in this web site remains the property of Wise Cicada.  You do not acquire any intellectual property rights in that material.  All rights are reserved.  You may download or print the material on this web site but only for your own individual use unless expressly stated in the web site.  All trademarks and copyright notices as they appear on this web site must be included in any copy you make.  Unless expressly stated in the web site, you must not adapt or amend any part of the material without the prior written consent of Wise Cicada.

Change of Content

Wise Cicada reserves the right to change any information published online at any time without notice.

Disclaimers

Please independently check all information. We have made considerable effort to ensure that the web site is up to date and free from errors.  However, the material on this web site from time to time is provided "as is".  All warranties, representations or conditions whether implied by statute, law, trade or custom which would otherwise apply to this material are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Liability

Wise Cicada is not responsible to you at law, by statute or in equity or otherwise for any loss, damage or injury incurred by you (whether direct or indirect) arising from this material or from an inability to use this website.  If however the law limits Wise Cicada's ability to exclude this liability, or it is held liable to you, then (unless the law requires otherwise) its liability is limited to the cost you directly incurred to view this web site.

Jurisdiction

This website (and the goods and services described in it) are only intended for persons resident in New Zealand.  Any matter arising between us will be heard by the New Zealand courts.

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