This agreement governs your use of the Belleau Lapointe, LLP (“Belleau Lapointe”) website and its contents (collectively the “Website”).
No legal advice
Le Site Web est de nature informative seulement. Les renseignements qu’il contient ne constituent The contents of this Website are provided solely for informational purposes and do not constitute legal advice. It is your responsibility to seek legal advice concerning your personal situation from a lawyer of your choice before acting based on any information contained in the Website.
Belleau Lapointe makes every effort to maintain the Website and the information it contains up to date, but does not warrant the quality, accuracy, or completeness. The information in this Website is provided “as is,” without any representations or warranties. Belleau Lapointe is not liable to you for any damage arising out of the use of this Website.
No lawyer-client relationship
Aucune relation avocat-client n’est créée par l’accès, la consultation ou l’utilisation du Site Web. De any contact with a Belleau Lapointe lawyer by email, telephone, through the Website, or otherwise does not create a lawyer-client relationship.
Links to other sites
The Website may include links to other sites unrelated to Belleau Lapointe. Belleau Lapointe is not responsible for other sites or their content and has no control over them. If you decide to visit another site through a Website link, it is at your own risk and to the full exoneration of Belleau Lapointe.
Ownership and permitted use
The Website (including any text, information, data, graphic, photograph, image, video, software, or other information) is the property of Belleau Lapointe and third party licensors. The Website is protected under Canadian and international copyright and trademark law. All rights reserved.
You may consult, view, print and/or download the Website content solely for non-commercial personal purposes. Any other use, modification, or reproduction, in full or in part, without prior written authorization of Belleau Lapointe is strictly prohibited.
Governing law and dispute resolution
This agreement and the access, consultation, and use of the Website are governed by the laws of the province of Québec, Canada. Any dispute must be submitted to a court of competent jurisdiction in the province of Québec, judicial district of Montréal.