Acceptance of Terms
This website is owned and operated by Southeastern Products, Inc., a South Carolina corporation. These Terms and Conditions shall apply equally to this website and any other website or blog owned or operated by Southeastern Products, Inc. or any entity owned or controlled or affiliated with Southeastern Products, Inc. all of whom shall be collectively referred to hereinafter as “SPI”. Your use of this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI shall constitute your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.
Restrictions of Use of Materials
No image, content, material or any other matter of any kind or nature whatsoever appearing on this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI (collectively, “Material”) may be copied, reproduced, downloaded, posted, transmitted, hyperlinked, distributed or redistributed in any manner without the express written consent of SPI. If you would like to so use any such material, you may request permission via written request to Marketing Department, c/o Southeastern Products, Inc., 145 Southchase Blvd. Fountain Inn, SC 29644. SPI expressly reserves all rights to the Material. Your use of the Material for commercial purposes, except as provided herein, is expressly prohibited. Your unauthorized use of any image displayed by SPI may violate the copyright or trademark laws, the laws or privacy, the right of publicity or other state or federal statutes or regulations.
Copyrights and Trademarks
The copyrights, trademarks, service marks, logos, icons and domain names appearing from time to time on this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI are the exclusive property of SPI or the third party that allowed SPI to display such item herein or thereon. No license or right to use any such protected material shall be implied by you due to such display herein or thereon or your use of this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI, without the express written consent of SPI or the third party which owns the copyright, trademark, service mark, logo, icon or domain name.
Limitation of Liability
SPI shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, special or punitive damages or lost profits arising from or related to your use of this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI, including but not limited to any damage to your computer, computer system or hardware or software or any alleged defamation, infringement, loss of data or business interruption by SPI or any third party using this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI.
Indemnity and Release
You shall indemnify and hold SPI, its officers, directors and employees harmless from and against any loss, cost, expense, damage, liabilities or claim, including but not limited to SPI’s reasonable attorney fees, arising directly or indirectly from: (a) your use of this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI; (b) your violation of these Terms and Conditions; (c) your violation of the right of any third party, including but not limited to the their trademark or copyright rights and their rights of privacy or publicity; and (d) any claim or contention that any of your submission of comments or other material constitutes defamation or damage to any third party. These indemnities shall survive your period of use of the SPI websites and these Terms and Conditions.
If you have authorized a minor to use this website or any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI, you are responsible for the minor’s online conduct, controlling the minor’s access to materials and websites and the consequences of any misuse by the minor. You acknowledge that some material may be inappropriate for minors. SPI encourages you to make use of parental controls that are commercially available to prevent minor’s access to inappropriate material.
Jurisdiction and Forum
Any matter or legal dispute regarding this website and any other owned, operated or controlled by SPI shall be governed by the laws of South Carolina and any action or claim regarding the same shall be brought only in the courts of South Carolina.
Last Modified On: August 4, 2017