Please read through these Terms carefully. By accessing DOMINICAMUSLIM.ORG website, or by otherwise accessing any content found on this website, you are deemed to have entered into an agreement with The Muslim Community of Dominica (M.C.D) and to have agreed to be bound by the terms set out below. The Site is owned and operated by M.C.D. These terms were last updated on: 15th February, 2018.
Intellectual Property Protection
The contents and design of the site and any material e-mailed to you or otherwise supplied to you in conjunction with the site, are copyright of M.C.D.
Term and Termination
M.C.D may, in its discretion, terminate or suspend your access to all or part of the member accessed areas of the site (including any right to access and use M.C.D Content) with or without cause by delivering notice to you. The rights of termination are in addition to all other rights or remedies of M.C.D provided in these Terms or by law.
Changes to the Site
M.C.D reserves the right, in its discretion, to suspend, change, modify, add or remove portions of M.C.D Content available on the Site at any time and to restrict the use and accessibility of the Site.
Registration, Passwords and Responsibilities
Certain areas of the Site are only open to you if you register. You are solely responsible for the confidentiality and use of and access to M.C.D Content and the Site using your username, sign-on password, and/or I.D. You agree to immediately notify M.C.D if you become aware of any loss or theft of any sign-on password or I.D. or any unauthorised use of a sign-on password, I.D., user name. You will provide M.C.D with accurate, complete registration information (including in particular your e-mail address) and inform M.C.D of any changes to such information. For the purpose of confirming your compliance with the terms of these Terms. M.C.D reserves the right to monitor and record activity on the Site, including access to M.C.D Content. Each registration is for a single user only. You may not share your username and password with any other person. M.C.D does not permit access through a single name and password being made available to multiple users on a network. M.C.D may cancel or suspend your access to the Site if you do this without further obligation to you.
Because you can access this web site internationally, you agree to follow all local rules about the Internet, data, e-mail, and privacy. Specifically, you agree to follow all laws that apply to transmitting technical data exported from Dominica or the country of your residence.
No Warranty, Disclaimer of Liability and Indemnity
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the high quality and accuracy of the Site, M.C.D makes no warranty, express or implied concerning M.C.D Content, the Site, products or services available through the Site, which are provided “as is”. M.C.D expressly disclaims all warranties. In no event will M.C.D, its affiliates or other partners be liable for direct, special, incidental, or consequential damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information or other pecuniary loss) arising directly or indirectly from the use of (or failure to use) or reliance on the Site, even if M.C.D has been advised of the possibility that such damages may arise. M.C.D does not guarantee the accuracy, content, or timeliness of the Site Services or that they or related systems are year 2000 compliant or free from viruses or other contaminating or destructive properties.
Upon M.C.D’s request, you agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless M.C.D from any claims and expenses, including reasonable legal fees, related to any breach of these Terms by you or your use of the web site.
M.C.D, its affiliates and its information providers will not be liable or deemed to be in default for any delay or failure in performance or interruption of the delivery of M.C.D Content resulting directly or indirectly from any cause or circumstance beyond its or their reasonable control, including but not limited to failure of electronic or mechanical equipment or communication lines, telephone or other interconnect problems, computer viruses, unauthorised access, theft, operator errors, severe weather, earthquakes or natural disasters, strikes or other labour problems, or governmental restrictions.