Terms & Conditions

Equissage Therapy & Accell Animal Healthcare, Divisions of Australian Therapeutic Solutions Pty Ltd ACN 627 762 396)  maintain and operate this website for use by its customers (you).  By using this site, you accept and agree to these terms and conditions, and agree that your continued use of the site is subject to ongoing compliance with these terms and conditions.  Your consideration for entering into these terms and conditions is the provision of the use of the site by us and you acknowledge that such consideration is a valuable consideration.

We may amend these terms and conditions from time to time by notifying you of the amendment.  Your continued use of the Site [www.accelltherapy.com.au] following any such notice will be deemed to be acceptance of such amendments.

All efforts will be made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained within this site however the views of third party comments and statements are theirs entirely and must not be viewed as those of Equissage Therapy/Accell Animal Healthcare.

All transactions conducted on this website and the associated Shopping Cart will be processed in Australian Dollars AUD$.

Personal information obtained from the user of this site will be done in accordance with Privacy. The Privacy Policy can be viewed here.

You must not assign your obligations and rights under these terms and conditions.

These terms and conditions, including any policies or documents referred to in these terms and conditions, are the entire agreement and understanding between you and us on everything connected with the subject matter of these terms and conditions and supersedes any prior agreement or understanding on anything connected with that subject matter.

We may terminate these terms and conditions and your access to the site at any time without notice.  In the event of termination, you must immediately cease accessing and using the site.

We may send any notices under these terms and conditions by email at the email address provided by you. Notice is deemed to be received when the email leaves our computer system.

The laws of the State of Queensland govern these terms and conditions. The parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the State of Queensland and of the Commonwealth of Australia.

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