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TERMS OF USE


Terms of Use
INTRODUCTION
These ‘Terms Of Use’ set forth the terms and conditions that apply to your use of the www.rebellicca.com web site, or any website owned by REBELLICCA that links to this page as well as any related products, services, websites or other information provided by REBELLICCA, also known as the (‘Web Site’). By using the Web Site (other than to read this page for the first time), you agree to comply with all of the Terms of Use set forth herein. The right to use the Web Site is personal to you and is not transferable to any other person or entity.
COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARKS
1.   All materials contained on the Web Site are Copyright ©REBELLICCA 2020. All rights reserved.
2.   No person is authorized to use, copy or distribute any portion of the Web Site including graphics. This excludes graphics downloaded from 3rd party websites such as pixabay.com or pexels.com which do not require license for commercial or non-commercial use.
3.   REBELLICCA and other trademarks and/or service marks (including logos and designs) found on the Web Site are trademarks/service marks that identify REBELLICCA and the goods and/or services provided by REBELLICCA. Such marks may not be used under any circumstances without the prior written authorization of REBELLICCA.
LINKS TO THIRD-PARTY WEB SITES
The web site may provide hyperlinks to third-party web sites as a convenience to users of the Web Site. REBELLICCA does not control third-party web sites and is not responsible for the contents of any linked-to, third-party web sites or any hyperlink in a linked-to web site. REBELLICCA does not endorse, recommend or approve any third-party web site hyper-linked from the Web Site. REBELLICCA will have no liability to any entity for the content or use of the content available through such hyperlink.
NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES
The information and materials on the Web Site may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically made to the information contained herein. REBELLICCA makes no representations or warranties with respect to any information, materials, or graphics on the web site, all of which is provided on a strictly “AS-IS” basis, without warranty of any kind and hereby expressly disclaims all warranties with regard to any information, materials, or graphics on the web site, including all implied warranties of merchant-ability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement.
Under no circumstances shall the site owner or publisher be liable under any theory of recovery, at law or in equity, for any damages, including without limitation, special, direct, incidental, consequential or punitive damages (including, but not limited to loss of use or lost profits), arising out of or in any manner connected with the use of information or services, or the failure to provide information or services, from the web site.
CHANGES TO THESE TERMS OF USE
REBELLICCA reserves the right to change these terms of use at any time by posting new terms of use at this location. These terms of use were last updated January 16th, 2020.

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