IMDG Code for Windows Conditions of Use
You must read and accept the following Conditions of Use before using this product.
THE RIGHT TO USE THIS VERSION OF THE IMDG CODE FOR WINDOWS (‘the System’) IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
1 Grant of Licence
In consideration of you (‘the Customer’) agreeing to the following terms, The International Maritime Organization (‘IMO’) whose office is at 4 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SR, UK grants to the Customer a non-exclusive right (‘the Licence’) to access and use the System.
2 Term and termination
2.1 The Customer’s Licence to use the System will terminate automatically if the Customer fails to comply with any term of this Licence.
3 Performance of the System
IMO warrants that the System will perform substantially in accordance with its accompanying documentation. However, IMO is not the originator of the information contained in the System and whilst IMO has no reason to believe that there are inaccuracies or defects in the System IMO has no liability in respect of the correctness of the information supplied. In particular, IMO has no liability for any indirect or consequential loss arising from the Customer’s use of the System. The Customer will indemnify and hole IMO harmless from any claim by third parties arising from the Customer’s use of the System. It is the Customer’s responsibility to ensure that the System is suitable for the intended purpose and the entire risk as to the application of the System is assumed by the Customer.
4 Qualification of users
It is the Customer’s responsibility to ensure that any persons using information taken from the System are properly trained and competent in the transport of hazardous materials to an extent appropriate to the proper discharge of their duties.
The System contains copyright material of IMO and all copyright, trademarks and other intellectual property rights in the System are the exclusive property of IMO. The Customer will not assign, transfer, sell, lease, rent, charge or otherwise deal in nor alter, merge, modify, adapt, reverse engineer nor create derivative works based upon the System.
6 Law and settlement of disputes
6.1 Any dispute, controversy or claim between IMO and the Customer arising out of or relating to this Licence or the breach, termination or invalidity thereof, unless settled amicably within sixty (60) days after receipt by one party of the other party’s request for such amicable settlement, shall be referred by either party to arbitration in accordance with the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules then pertaining. The place of the arbitration will be London, England.
6.2 Nothing in or relating to this Licence shall be deemed to be a waiver, express or implied, of any of the privileges and immunities of IMO, including its subsidiary organizations.