Last Updated: November 01, 2018
(Terms and Conditions: Website: Ohmydoll.ca)
Below is an accurate summary of these Terms and Conditions. Please read them carefully in their entirety before visiting the Platform and do not rely solely on the summary that follows. In the event that you do not consent to any part of these Terms, do not access or use the Platform or the Service.
- User Conduct: Because you are accessing the Platform and using the Service, you must act appropriately. YOU CANNOT USE THE PLATFORM OR OUR SERVICE IF YOU ARE NOT AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE AND/OR REACH THE AGE OF MAJORITY AND DUE LEGAL CONSENT IN THE LEGAL JURISDICTION WHERE YOU LIVE OR RESIDE , AND HAVE THE LEGAL CAPACITY TO AGREE TO THESE TERMS. Please note that if you are using one of our mobile applications, other terms may apply depending on the type of device you are using.
- The Service: You can access the Platform and use the Service either as a “visitor” or as a “registered member”. You can become a “registered member: existing customers” by integrating the user code provided to you on request.
- Deletion and deactivation: You can delete or deactivate your account at any time.
- Legal Notice: These Terms and Conditions set out the terms that govern our relationship with you, as well as your access to the Platform and use of the Service. For simplicity, except to the extent required by law, we make no representations to you about the Platform or the Service. We will not be liable for any damages you suffer in connection with your access to the Platform or use of the Service, except as expressly stated in these Terms and Conditions. In addition, to the extent permitted by law, you are fully liable for any damages we suffer that are attributable to you.
Governing Law: With respect to residents of Canada, these Terms and Conditions shall be interpreted and applied in accordance with the laws of the province of Quebec/Alberta and the federal laws of Canada in force. You irrevocably acknowledge and submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Quebec/Alberta, located in the city of Montreal/Edmonton, and waive any objection to the venue of proceedings in such courts, or assertion that such courts represent an inadequate forum.