Vedastone - engineered surfaces - quartz - stone surfaces - Terms of Use

Terms of Use

1. Acceptance

Elven Group Pty Ltd welcome you to the website. All Vedastone trademarks, service marks, logos and signs (whether registered or unregistered), drawings designs and any other content on this website are Elven Group Pty Ltd's property and made available through this website to you. Please carefully read the below as your bound by these Terms of Use. All of our rights are reserved.

2. Copyright

It is illegal to copy, reproduce, sell or transmit by any means or otherwise exploit this website or anything (including images, logos, written information, drawing or design) contained on it for any commercial purpose unless prior written consent is obtained from Elven Group Pty Ltd.

3. Limitation and exclusions.

We have endeavoured that the information on this website is correct and accurate at the time of publication. We do not warrant its completeness or accuracy; nor do we commit to ensuring that the website remains available or that the material on the website is kept up to date. This includes the photographs of Vedastone on our website are as accurate as we can make them, different viewing screens of these images offer different quality and standards of image and reproduction. We will not guarantee the image on your screen will be the same as the product. We will strictly not be liable for any differences or variations between the product and the image on your computer screen. We will provide you with standard colour details as well as samples should you request them.

4. Privacy

We collect personal information as defined by the Privacy Act to facilitate any requests by you or for marketing and promotional purposes. We may disclose this personal information to agents, contractors and external advisors (for example transport contractors) who are bound by confidentiality obligations. However we will not disclose your personal information to any third parties unless otherwise provided for our business use or as per the Privacy Act.

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