Spider Technology

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Terms of Service

Last Updated: 22/10/2023

1. Project Scope

1.1 Spider Technology will provide IT services to the Client, including website and mobile
application development, hosting, domain registration, and other related
services, as outlined in the project proposal.

2. Payment Terms

2.1 The Client agrees to pay the total project cost, as specified in the project
proposal, on the terms and schedule agreed upon.

3. Invoices

3.1 We will issue invoices for the agreed-upon services. The Client agrees to make payments
by the due date(s) specified on the invoices.

3.2 Unpaid or overdue invoices may result in suspension or termination of the Project.

4. Client Responsibilities

4.1 The Client is responsible for providing all necessary materials, content, and
information required for the project in a timely manner.

4.2 The client understand the limitation and the abilities of Spider Technology and
acknowledge that they can refuse any service requests by the client not
mentioned in the proposal.

5. Ownership and Intellectual Property

5.1 Upon final payment, the Client shall own the completed project, including any
intellectual property developed as part of the project.

6. Warranties

6.1 We provide a warranty for a specified period of three months from the project
completion date, during which we will address and resolve any defects or issues
in the project.

7. Confidentiality

7.1 Both parties agree to maintain the confidentiality of any proprietary or sensitive
information shared during the project.

8. Termination

8.1 Either party may terminate this service agreement in writing if the other party breaches any
material term or condition of this service Agreement.

9. Governing Law

9.1 This service agreement is governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Victoria,
Australia.

9.2 Nothing in this service agreement is intended to exclude, restrict or modify the rights
which either of the parties may have under the Australian Consumer Law

10. Amendments

10.1 Any changes or amendments must be made in writing and signed by both parties.

 

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