These Terms and Conditions are the complete agreement between you ("the User"), and The Packing Shed Limited ("the ISP").

Glossary of Terms
"the ISP" means: The Packing Shed Limited
"Services" means:

        Provision of access to any kind to the Internet and the associated software, databases, data, information and all other material.
        Ancillary services including, but not limited to, reception of and transmission of data, supply and/or installation of hardware, software, electronic storage, helpdesk or consultancy services.

"GST" is the Goods and Services Tax under the Goods and Services Act 1985.
"User" includes bodies corporate or unincorporated, partnerships, trusts, local or public authorities and any other entities or combinations thereof.

Notes to the Terms and Conditions
IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AT ANY TIME YOU MUST IMMEDIATELY CEASE USE OF THE SERVICES and must send notice of account cancellation in writing to the ISP. The user remains liable for any applicable charges incurred to that time. No penalty will apply to such cancellations except as otherwise specified in these Terms and Conditions.

The ISP reserves the right to modify the Terms and Conditions, the services or the fees charged for any of its services at any time. The ISP will give existing customers at least 30 days notices of any changes to its Terms and Conditions by sending an email message to their email address as recorded on file.

A notice will also be placed in the 'News' section of the web site for 7 days from first notice of the new Terms and Conditions. The user acknowledges that it is their responsibility to keep us updated of any change of email address and to read the updated Terms and Conditions upon receipt of such message.

The ISP's current rates and charges may be obtained from our web pages or by contacting the ISP.

Each part of these Terms and Conditions is severable from the remainder and if any part is proven illegal, void, invalid or unenforceable - the legality, effectiveness and validity and enforceability of the remainder of these Terms and Conditions still applies.

Business and Domestic Use - Consumer Guarantees Act 1993
These terms and conditions apply to both business and private use of our services. If you are not acquiring our services for purpose of a business (as defined in the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993), then the Act applies and nothing in these terms or conditions limits your rights under it.

Subscriptions and Termination
Either party may terminate the contract upon the supply of one month written notice.

If you request cancellation, the process is considered complete upon you receipt of a confirmation from The Packing Shed.

You must be at least 18 years old to register for this service.

The ISP reserves the right to refuse subscription to any services without giving a reason for such refusal.

Upon termination of the user's access to the services, all payments due by the user to the ISP under these Terms and Conditions will be immediately due and payable, and the user agrees that any such monies will be paid to the ISP immediately upon demand.

The provisions of the clauses "Liability" and "Business and Domestic Use - Consumer Guarantees Act 1993" shall survive termination of the user's access to services.

Use of the Services
Phone support is included for set-up and Internet related technical problems on all dialup accounts.

Our service does not cover: Problems in your computer, communication equipment, your software your phone line or any other part of the Internet not forming part of our network. In addition to this you are not covered if you use the service incorrectly or due to any other event beyond our reasonable control.

It is illegal to view certain types of information (notably certain types of pornographic material) in New Zealand. Users of the ISP may not break any laws while using the services. The availability of such material on the Internet is beyond the ISP's control.

Your password and connection is for use only by you and the immediate household members/company. Passwords are under your control and unauthorised use is entirely your responsibility.

Users are expected to check their email and our Internet homepage ( regularly for system news and other important notices.

Except to the extent that the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 applies for non-business users, you agree that the ISP shall not be liable for any damages whatsoever, including but not limited to, loss of profits, for any claim made by you even though the ISP may have been notified of such damages or claim.

For any claims that you may have in connection with this agreement, your sole and exclusive remedy against us is limited to the maximum of one months charge with us.

Except as specifically outlined herin, we make no warranties or conditions, express or implied, including the implied warranties or conditions of merchantability, quality and fitness for a particular purpose relating to our service or the service of any other service provider. Further we disclaim any liability or responsibility arising from any claim that your access or use of the service or any other provider's service or products infringes any third party's intellectual property rights.

Force Majeur
Neither party is liable to the other for failing to meet is obligations under the Agreement to the extent that the failure was caused by an act of God or other circumstance beyond its reasonable control.

Specific Notes
Any account may be only used by one person at a time unless express written permission is granted by the ISP.

It is not policy to disconnect users during normal operation. However The ISP reserves the right under certain special circumstances to disconnect customers if necessary

It is your responsibility to contact your local telephone company to determine whether the use of a particular dial-in number may incur charges. Although best effort will be made to connection dialup numbers without additional charges

Prohibited Actions
Users must not interfere with any other user's ability to enjoy ours or any other service on the Internet by harassment or otherwise.

Users are not permitted to send multiple unsolicited email (Spam) to single or multiple users including, but not limited to, advertising email. Users are also not permitted to involve themselves in any actions that may be deemed "Hacking". Users are generally expected to obey the developing rules of Netiquette. These are general rules of good and considerate behaviour on the Internet as a world-wide community.

Any failure to obey these rules or if a specific complaint has been made from any person or company about your activities we will investigate (in conjunction with the police if necessary). We will then make a decision as to the severity of your actions. This may result in a warning. If we consider the breach to be sufficiently serious (at our discretion) you agree that we may disconnect your services immediately without notice or liability to you.

Charges and Billing
The ISP will regularly issue the user a tax invoice (either electronically or on paper) for use of the services. These can be accessed through our web site at any time.

All invoices are due within 7 days and are payable by Cheque, Credit Card or Direct Debit. The ISP reserves the right to restrict or suspend service for non-payment.

The client agrees to pay any legal, debt collection and/or processing fees should this prove necessary.

Credit References and Information
The ISP may from time to time require the user to provide credit references. The user irrevocably agrees that the ISP may make any enquiries deemed necessary to provide or to continue to provide the user with credit facilities. Services may be terminated without notice if in the ISP's sole opinion the user becomes a credit risk. The user is entitled to see, and to correct, any credit information held by the ISP about the user.

During the operation of an Internet system, it is occasionally necessary to monitor information. The ISP reserves the right to monitor any traffic through the system.

Information may be recorded electronically - including but not limited to Caller ID, Duration of call, amount of data transferred and any relevant personal details.

All customer information will be kept in accordance with the New Zealand Privacy Act 1993.

Information disclosure may be made by The Packing Shed to satisfy laws, regulations or governmental requests; to operate the Service properly; to protect itself or its members or to enhance services that we provide.

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