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Terms of Use

You agree to the terms

By accessing this website you agree to these terms and acknowledge reading them. We may change these Terms of Use at our discretion and without notice. Your continued use of the site will constitute acceptance of these terms as amended.

We reserve the right to modify any part of this site or suspend or terminate access to this site or any service offered through this site at any time and without notice to you.

In accessing this site you must not:

  • disrupt or interfere with the site or any other user's enjoyment of the site;
  • do anything that imposes an unreasonable load on the infrastructure of the site; or 
  • post or transmit on or via this site any material that may infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party or any defamatory, derogatory, illegal or offensive material.

Information is not legal advice

The information contained on this site is intended only to provide a general overview of matters of interest and is intended to apply only within Australia. It does not constitute legal advice.

Professional advice should be obtained from a Kells legal professional before taking any action in relation to any of the information contained on this site. No person should act, or refrain from acting, solely on the basis of the material contained on this website.

Your access to this website, and any use that you may make of the information on it, is not intended to create, and your use does not constitute, a lawyer/client relationship.

Information may be inaccurate

Given the changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, and the inherent hazards of electronic communication, there may be delays, omissions or inaccuracies in information contained on this site for which we are not responsible.

Refund and delivery policy

If you make a payment via our website you acknowledge that you are making a payment for services already provided by us, and that no goods or services will be provided to you in return for that payment.

If you seek a refund for monies paid on account of services provided by us, then we refer you to the Cost Agreement issued to you by us. In addition, if you are a consumer (as defined in the Australian Consumer Law) then your rights to a refund are as set out in the Australian Consumer Law.

In addition, our liability is limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

Third parties

This website contains links to sites maintained by other organisations. These links are produced solely for convenience. These links are not an endorsement of those organisations, or of their products or services. We do not warrant the accuracy or suitability of the information provided or any other aspect of these sites.

Intellectual property

As content on the site is copyrighted, any unauthorised use of any materials on the site may violate copyright, trademark and other laws. Should a user download the materials on the site for personal or non-commercial use, the user must retain all copyright and other proprietary notices contained in the original materials or in any copies of the material. Materials on the site may not be modified, reproduced or publicly displayed, performed or distributed or used for any public or commercial purposes.

If you contribute any data or content to the site, it will become our property and you assign all right, title and interest in and to such contributions to us immediately on creation.


Kells do not represent that any information (including any file) obtained from or through this site is free from computer viruses or other faults or defects. It is your responsibility to scan any such information for computer viruses.

Kells will not be liable to you or to any other person for any loss or damage (whether direct, indirect, consequential or economic), however caused and whether by negligence or otherwise, which may result directly or indirectly from any such information. To the extent that any applicable law that cannot be excluded imposes any liability on us, that liability shall be limited to the re-supply of the information, or the reasonable cost of re-supplying the information.

Governing law

These terms are governed by the laws of New South Wales, Australia and the parties agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of that State.