The High Court website (hereafter “Site,” “we,” “us”) located at www.thehighcourt.co is a copyrighted work. Certain features of the Site may be subject to additional guidelines, terms, or rules, which will be posted on the Site in connection with such features.
These terms describe the legally binding terms and conditions that oversee your use of the Site. BY LOGGING INTO THE SITE, YOU ARE BEING COMPLIANT THAT THESE TERMS and you represent that you have the authority and capacity to enter into these terms. IF YOU DISAGREE WITH ALL OF THE PROVISION OF THESE TERMS, DO NOT LOG INTO AND/OR USE THE SITE.
1. Access to the Site
1.1. The High Court grants you a limited, non-transferable license to use this Site solely for internal business purposes. The license is conditional on your compliance with these terms and conditions.
1.2. These terms and conditions are applicable from the moment you start using the Site. Any unauthorized use of the Site will be considered a breach of contract. We, at our sole discretion, may terminate your account or use of the Site.
2. Your Obligation
2.1. When using the Site, you will abide by all applicable local, state, national, and foreign laws, treaties, and state regulations.
2.2. You will notify us of any attempt of copying or distribution of materials you are aware of or suspect.
2.3. You will notify us of any breach of security you are aware of or suspect.
2.4. You will keep your profile information accurate and current.
3. Account Access
3.1. You are solely responsible for the user ID and password provided to you. You will keep them confidential and not disclose them to any third party.
3.2. You will be held responsible for all actions and communications that take place through the use of your account, including actions occurring without your explicit authorization.
4. Certain Restrictions
You may not use the Site:
4.1. To license, sublicense, sell, rent, assign, or transfer materials from the Site;
4.2. To run outsourced or managed services arrangement;
4.3. To copy, upload, transmit, reproduce, or distribute the Site or its materials;
4.4. To translate, adapt, or alter the Site’s material, except to the extent of the applicable laws;
4.5. To access the Site in any way which is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful, or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose or activity;
4.6. To conduct any systematic or automated data collection activities (including scraping, data mining, data extraction, and data harvesting) without our express written consent;
4.7. To restrict or otherwise interfere with other visitors’ use of the Site;
4.8. To remove or modify any copyright, trademark, or other proprietary rights notice that appears on the Services;
4.9. To attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Site, user accounts, or systems or networks through hacking, password mining, or other means;
5. Intellectual Property & Copyright Policy
5.1. The High Court owns all content, including code, design features, graphics, the compilation of User Content, reviews and ratings, as well all other components of the Site.
5.2. The Site is protected by trademark, copyright, and other international laws and treaty provisions.
5.3. You will not delete, remove, add to, transmit, adapt, publish, translate, or in any way exploit any of the materials on the Site, in whole or in part.
5.4. All trademarks, logo, design marks, product names, and other related names are trademarks of The High Court and will not be copied, imitated, or used without our prior written consent. All other trademarks, product names, logos, and design marks mentioned on the Site are the property of their respective owners.
6. Limitation of Liability
6.1. In no event will The High Court be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, or consequential damages, including but not limited to loss of data, loss of profits, loss of goodwill or work stoppage, computer or device malfunction, or failure arising from or relating to these terms and conditions or your use, or inability to use the Site even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages.
6.2. Your access or use of the Site is at your own discretion and risk, and you will be solely responsible for any resulting damage.
6.3. The High Court will not be held responsible for any direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, or consequential damages, including but not limited to loss of data, loss of profits, loss of goodwill, or work stoppage that occur during or after collaborating with any of the companies listed on the Site.
7.1. You will indemnify, defend, and hold The High Court harmless from and against any losses, liabilities, costs, settlements, damages, liabilities, and charges arising out of or in relation to your use of the Site or your failure to comply with these terms.
8.1. To the fullest extent of the applicable law, we provide the services and all information contained on an “as-is” and “as available” basis, with all faults and without any warranties.
8.2. The views expressed on the Site are personal opinions and should not be defined as statements of fact.
8.3. We do not express warranties of quality, accuracy, or reliability of the materials found on the Site.
8.4. We do not warrant or guarantee that the Site will function without errors or interruption. Access to the Site may be temporarily restricted due to maintenance, system or network failures, or updates. We are not responsible for damages caused by interruption or errors in functioning or inability to access the Site.
8.5. Some jurisdictions do not allow the implied warranties, which means these exclusions may not apply to you.
9. Modification of Terms and Conditions
10.2. If any provision of these terms and conditions is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, such provisions will be modified so as to reflect the intentions of unenforceable provisions, with all other provisions remaining in full force and effect.
10.3. The inclusion or offering of information about a third-party company or product will not be defined as an endorsement or recommendation.
11. Law and Jurisdiction
11.1. These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the United States of America and are subject to the court system in the United States.
12. Listing Submission Agreement
12.1. By submitting your listing to The High Court, you acknowledge and agree that we will not be required or have any obligation to accept or display your content. We may, at our sole discretion, remove or refuse to accept or display use any listings.
12.2. We reserve the right to reject a listing submission or choose not to show it on certain pages if, at the time the listing is submitted, there is no corresponding page to publish it on. The listing will be published once a corresponding page is created.
12.3. In case your listing is rejected, we reserve the right to decide whether to reach out to you with better options as to which page might be a better fit for your listing.
12.4. During the registration process, you agree to provide accurate and complete information. You also agree to review and correct such information in a timely manner to maintain its accuracy and completeness.
12.5. We reserve the right not to publish a listing or publish it only on certain pages if the listing approval process shows that the services listed do not match the specialty of the page for which the listing is submitted.
12.6. We may completely reject a listing or publish it only on certain pages if our listing verification process shows that the location of the company is not a match with the corresponding location of the page for which it is submitted.
12.7. When submitting a listing, you acknowledge that you will not post inappropriate, misleading, or false content or use our services in a deceptive or fraudulent manner.
12.8. The High Court may, at any given time, remove any listings that use fake reviews to rank higher on any specialty or location pages.
12.9. We reserve the right to remove your content from the Site if we receive notification claiming that your content may have violated another company’s intellectual property rights.