Copyright KISS to sell

You acknowledge that the KISS to Sell website, KISS to Sell services, all software, material, information, communications, text, graphics, links, electronic art, animations, audio, video, photos, and other data available within the website ("KISS to Sell content") are provided by KISS to Sell or third-party providers and are the copyrighted works of KISS to Sell and/or such third parties.

You may not copy, reproduce, publish, distribute, modify, create derivative works of, rent, lease, sell, transfer, display, transmit, compile or collect in a database, or in any manner commercially exploit any part of the KISS to Sell content or our services in whole or in part unless expressly authorised by KISS to Sell or the relevant third party owner.

You may not store any significant portion of any KISS to Sell content or KISS to Sell services or materials in any form.

Under the Copyright Act 1968 and related amendments you are limited as to the amount of material that you may download, print, copy and/or cut and paste from the website. It is your responsibility to ensure that you do not infringe any applicable law.

You may only download and print a reasonable quantity of copies of KISS to Sell content for personal and personal educational use only. The copies must contain any copyright or other proprietary rights notices that are contained in the original source. The copies must not be modified.

You acknowledge that KISS to Sell and/or third-party providers remain the owners of the KISS to Sell content and that you do not acquire any intellectual property rights in the KISS to Sell content.

KISS to Sell is a registered trade mark of Metisan Pty Ltd. The KISS to Sell name and other related trade marks including the KISS to Sell logo that appears throughout the website are trade marks of Metisan Pty Ltd or our related third parties ("Trade Marks"). You are strictly prohibited from using, displaying or providing links to the Trade Marks without express permission from Metisan Pty Ltd or our related third parties in relation to their trade marks.

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