The Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) is the owner and operator of the Legacy website and asks that you please read the terms of use before using the website. CAOT reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of the website at any time if required. By choosing to use the website you are agreeing to the terms and conditions, should you disagree we ask that you please do not use the website.

 

Disclaimer / Limitation of liability

The content provided on this website is for information purposes only. The view of authors on this site does not necessarily represent the views of CAOT. Information on this website is not to be used in place of professional advice and/or recommendations. In no event is CAOT, its’ employees, directors or agents to be held liable for any direct or indirect damages caused by the information provided on this website. While CAOT makes every effort to ensure accuracy, this does not guarantee that the website is current, complete or that the content is free from viruses.

This disclaimer includes any liability cause from the information on our website by error, omission, delay, theft or destruction.

Ownership

CAOT owns the exclusive copyright to the information and material on the CAOT website including logos, images and publications, unless otherwise stated. The website, content and the services are protected under Canadian and International copyright laws and cannot be duplicated or used without permission. The use of any content without permission of CAOT is strictly prohibited and CAOT reserves the right to take legal action to enforce rights should this occur.

Hyperlinks

The CAOT website contains links to third party websites and cannot be held responsible, nor control, the content on their websites. Linking to third party websites does not in any way imply endorsement by CAOT of their content, services or products. CAOT is not liable for any damages caused by the content of third party websites and viewing of these sites is at your own risk. When accessing third party websites, you are subject to their terms and conditions.

Jurisdiction

The laws of the Province of Ontario and of Canada apply without regard to conflict of law principles. The application the United Nations Convention of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods does not apply to the purchase of goods and services and is expressly excluded.

Language

CAOT makes every attempt to ensure the French translation of the Terms and Conditions are exact, however in a discrepancy, the English is the official version.