Terms of Use


This website (“Site”) is provided by Alousis Law Professional Corporation (“Alousis Law”) on the condition that you accept the following terms and conditions of use (“Terms of Use”) which may be changed from time to time without notice. By accessing, reading and making use of this Site, you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use as amended.

INFORMATION ONLY – DISCLAIMER & LIABILITY LIMIT: Information is provided for to site visitors (“Users”) convenience without charge for informational purposes only. Alousis Law does not make any assurances as to the accuracy, quality, completeness or timeliness of the contents. The contents do not constitute legal advice and are provided “as is” without any warranty whatsoever. Alousis Law reserves the right, but not the duty, to correct any errors or omissions in any portion of this Site at any time without notice. Every User agrees that they use the Site at their own risk and to hold Alousis Law and all of its partners and employees harmless from any claims for losses, costs or damages whatsoever and howsoever arising from the use of or inability to use this Site, the Site contents or from any decisions made based on access and use of the Site.

The site may only be used for lawful purposes in a manner which does not infringe on the rights of others. The Site contains copyrighted material which cannot be reproduced or reused in whole or in part in any manner whatsoever anywhere in the world without the express written consent of Alousis Law.

Alousis Law disclaims all representations, warranties, conditions and endorsements as to the operation of this Site, the contents of this Site or the information provided through this Site.

LINKS: Alousis Law disclaims all responsibility for any matters whatsoever (including without limitation any claims liability for negligence) arising out of the use of any links between the Site and other websites.

NO CLIENT RELATIONSHIP: Contact with Alousis Law does not create a solicitor-client relationship. No information provided will be deemed confidential without prior agreement unless you are an existing client. Persons do not become our clients unless and until our firm agrees to act for that person(s).

APPLICABLE LAW: This Site is controlled by Alousis Law from its offices within the Province of Ontario in Canada. All matters relating to this Site or any website linked to this Site shall be governed by the laws of the Province of Ontario and the laws of Canada applicable therein.