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    Terms and Conditions

    Terms and Conditions of International Anti Crime Academy Inc.

    Terms and conditions

    Version: July 2024

    International Anti Crime Academy Inc. | www.anti-crime-academy.us

    These Terms and Conditions apply to the Trainings offered by International Anti Crime Academy Inc., located at 601 Brickell Key Drive, Suite 700, 33131 Miami, FL, USA.

    IT IS IMPORTANT FOR THE CLIENT OR PARTICIPANT TO READ AND UNDERSTAND EVERY PROVISION OF THIS AGREEMENT. THIS AGREEMENT INCLUDES A MANDATORY PROVISION FOR THE ARBITRATION OF DISPUTES, WHICH REQUIRES THE USE OF INDIVIDUAL ARBITRATION TO RESOLVE CONFLICTS INSTEAD OF RELYING ON A JURY TRIAL OR PURSUING A CLASS ACTION.

    These Terms and Conditions constitute a valid and binding agreement between IACA and the Client/Participant. By enrolling in a Training, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions. These Terms and Conditions are available on the website of International Anti Crime Academy Inc. (www.anti-crime-academy.us) and will be sent free of charge upon request.

    1. Definitions

    The following terms are used in these Terms and Conditions, written with initial capitals and used in both singular and plural forms. These terms have the following meanings:

    1.1. IACA
    The private company with limited liability International Anti Crime Academy Inc., registered with the Florida Department of State under number P23000009817, having its registered office in Miami, FL, with its principal place of business at 601 Brickell Key Drive, Suite 700.

    1.2. Client
    Any natural or legal person who purchases a Training from IACA, whether for themselves or for their employees. The Client can also be a Participant.

    1.3. Participant
    Any natural person who participates in a Training at IACA, regardless of whether the registration is made personally or through a Client.

    1.4. Agreement

    • The agreement between IACA and the Client for the purchase and delivery of a Training is governed by these Terms and Conditions.
    • All quotations, offers, assignments, and agreements between IACA and its Client are governed by these Terms and Conditions. Therefore, these conditions expressly apply to the quotation, its acceptance, and the resulting agreement.
    • Other terms and conditions or provisions of the Client are not accepted unless agreed in writing between the Client and IACA.

    1.5. Training
    The professional Training, workshop, seminar, lecture, or private Training that the Participant attends or the Client purchases from IACA.

    1.6. Delivery Format
    The delivery format refers to the method by which a professional Training, workshop, seminar, lecture, open, or private Training is offered and attended. The different delivery formats are:

    • In-person: The Training takes place physically at a location where the participants and instructors are present.
    • Live Classroom: The Training is delivered live in a classroom setting, where the participants and instructors are physically present.
    • Live Virtual: The Training is delivered live via an online platform or videoconference, where the participants and instructors participate remotely.
    • On-demand: The Training is pre-recorded and can be followed by the participant at any time without a live instructor.

    1.7. Intellectual Property Rights
    At IACA, intellectual property rights include all rights related to Training materials, certifications, Training materials, and databases such as OSINT (OSIDATA). These materials contain data, concepts, technologies, and other forms of intellectual property that are owned by, licensed to, and property of IACA. IACA’s intellectual property rights are intended to ensure exclusive control and protection of these materials, with unauthorized use strictly prohibited and subject to legal sanctions.

    2. Formation of the Agreement 

    The agreement between IACA and the Client is established upon receipt of a signed (digital) registration form and the subsequent written confirmation by IACA to the Client. The registration is only considered final after confirmation by IACA. Any inquiries regarding the registration will be addressed by IACA as soon as possible, but within a maximum period of 48 hours, excluding weekends and holidays.

    3. Age Requirement

    Before the Client or Participant can use an IACA website or register for and participate in any Training, product, or service offered by IACA, the Client or Participant must agree to this agreement. The Client or Participant acknowledges that they are at least 18 years old and have the legal capacity to enter into this agreement. If the Client or Participant is under 18 years of age and/or lacks the legal capacity to consent to this agreement, it is necessary for the Client or Participant to seek the assistance of a legal guardian to review and agree to this agreement on their behalf, so that the Client or Participant can access an IACA website or complete the registration and purchase of the Training, products, or services offered by IACA.

    If a minor participates without the required consent of a legal guardian, the agreement is considered void. This means that IACA has the right to terminate the participation of the minor immediately. In such cases, IACA cannot accept liability for any damages or consequential damages resulting from the participation of the minor without the necessary legal consent. The minor and their legal representatives are responsible for all costs arising from the unlawful participation in the Training.

    4. Execution

    IACA reserves the right to:

    • Modify Training programs periodically due to reprogramming of examination requirements by external examination institutes and/or for qualitative improvements.
    • Change the location and schedule of the Training.
    • Cancel a Training start date or reject new enrollments for an existing Training due to insufficient registrations. Enrolled Participants will receive written notice, after which their obligations will cease.
    • Reduce the number of sessions per Training, keeping the price the same, with a reduction of up to 25% in the number of sessions.
    • Increase the group size by up to 100% in exceptional cases.
    • Change the delivery format (e.g., from in-person to virtual) without affecting the Training costs.
    • Screen a (potential) Participant through an open-source investigation and refuse or exclude a group, entity, or individual from further participation in the Training.
    • Implement a careful selection process for Participants in our Training programs. When admitting Participants, we apply the following criteria:
    • Relevance of the Training to the Participant’s professional background.
    • Potential contribution of the Participant to the learning objectives and group dynamics.
    • Striving for a diverse and balanced composition of the Participant group.
    • Alignment with our strategic Training objectives.
    • In line with these criteria:
    • Give priority to Participants from certain professional sectors.
    • Reject potential Participants who do not meet the set criteria.
    • IACA will apply these criteria in a non-discriminatory manner.

    5. Makeup Sessions

    The Participant has the right, after consultation with IACA, to make up a missed (theory) class with another group if deemed possible by IACA. IACA is not liable for this. Makeup for exams and practical Training is generally not possible; for these, the Participant must re-register and pay the full costs again.

    Exceptions to this prohibition may be considered. In special cases, such as prolonged illness or other serious circumstances, the Participant or Client may request to make up a missed exam or practical Training. This request must be submitted in writing and with proper motivation to IACA. Upon evaluation and approval by IACA, a makeup opportunity may be offered. Any additional costs associated with this will be borne by the Participant or Client.

    6. Examination Regulations and Responsibilities

    IACA adheres to its basic examination regulations for its exams.
    IACA also provides Training for exams conducted by third parties. The Client and/or Participant is solely responsible for timely registration for these exams.
    Examination fees may be changed once per year, effective in January, without prior notification to Clients.
    Diplomas and certificates will only be issued after the Client has fulfilled their payment obligations in full.
    The Participant is solely responsible for their exam results. IACA accepts no liability for failed results.IACA is not responsible for obtaining exemptions for other external Trainings on behalf of the Participant.

    7. Business Partners

    IACA reserves the right to have Training conducted by an authorized (international) Business Partner in certain regions.

    8. Price

    All prices mentioned in quotations, brochures, and other communication materials are valid from January 1 to December 31 of the current year. Any price increases will take effect on January 1 of the Training year. These new prices also apply to Clients who have registered and placed orders before December 31 of the previous year.

    9. Payment Terms

    • All amounts are due and payable in advance. Payment must be made on or before the due date indicated on the invoice. The invoice is sent immediately after registration and has a standard payment term of 30 days.
    • The Participant remains personally responsible for the payment of the Training fees if their employer does not pay (on time).
    • The Client is not entitled to deduct any amount due to a counterclaim from the invoice amount.
    • From the due date of the invoice, if payment is not made on time, a reminder invoice will be sent, and an administrative fee of $10.00 will be charged per reminder after 30 days.
    • After two payment reminders, the invoice will be handed over to a collection agency. All judicial and extrajudicial collection costs and interest are the responsibility of the Client. In the event of late payment, the Participant may be denied access to IACA lessons and exams. Failure to attend lessons and exams does not relieve the financial obligation to IACA.
    • In case of default, IACA may unilaterally terminate the agreement with the Client without any notice of default being required. In such cases, IACA is entitled to charge and immediately demand the original invoice amount from the Client.
    • In the event of non-payment or late payment of any obligation arising from the agreement, suspension of payment, bankruptcy, liquidation of the business, or seizure, any claim by IACA against the Client becomes immediately due and payable in full.
    • In such cases, IACA also has the right to cancel ongoing agreements, to the extent not yet executed, without court intervention and to reclaim delivered but unpaid goods, without prejudice to the right to claim damages.
    • The Client is required to provide accurate, complete, and up-to-date information when making a purchase or transaction. All applicable taxes related to such purchases or transactions from IACA are the sole responsibility of the Client.

    10. Statutory Cooling-Off Period for Individuals

    • After registering for a Training, the Client, if they are a natural person not acting in the exercise of a profession or business, has a statutory cooling-off period of 14 days. Within this period, the registration can be canceled without giving reasons and without consequences.
    • This cooling-off period also applies if the Client books the Training and the costs are paid by the company or employer, provided the Client concludes the agreement themselves.
    • If a company or employer concludes the agreement, there is no cooling-off period.

    11. Retention of Title

    • Delivered goods (Training materials, textbooks, etc.) remain the property of IACA until full payment has been made.
    • The risk of damage to and loss of the goods, as well as any resulting damage, transfers to the Client upon delivery and acceptance of the goods.
    • Without the permission of IACA, the Client is not entitled to transfer ownership of goods that have not been fully paid for to third parties, except through normal processing according to their intended purpose, or to provide any pledge or security right over these goods to third parties in any way.
    • In the event of a violation of this provision, the purchase price becomes immediately and fully due, without prejudice to all further claims by IACA.
    • If the Client fails to meet their payment obligations on time, IACA has the right, without any notice of default, to reclaim the delivered and unpaid goods.

    12. Intellectual Property Rights and Usage Restrictions

    All Training materials, certifications, and Training materials provided by IACA, including but not limited to the OSINT database (OSIDATA), are protected by copyrights and other intellectual property rights. These materials include data, concepts, technology, and intellectual property owned by, licensed to, and proprietary to IACA. The Client or Participant does not acquire any intellectual property rights to the Training materials, certifications, and Training materials. However, IACA grants the Client or Participant a limited, worldwide, non-transferable, perpetual, irrevocable, and non-exclusive license to use the materials for non-commercial purposes.

    The Client or Participant is expressly prohibited from:

    • Copying, reproducing, distributing, displaying, modifying, or creating derivative works of the materials without prior written permission from IACA.
    • Making the materials available to third parties without written permission from IACA.
    • Using the materials for conducting Training or Training purposes, or allowing others to do so.
    • Performing reverse engineering, decompilation, or any other form of reconstruction of the source code or underlying ideas and principles of IACA’s materials.

    If the Client or Participant acts in violation of these provisions, IACA reserves the right to take appropriate legal action and claim damages for the harm suffered. In the event of unauthorized use or distribution of the material, IACA has the right to immediately terminate the Client’s or Participant’s access to the Training without a refund of already paid Training fees. IACA also reserves the right to exclude the relevant Client and/or Participant from future Training Trainings for infringement of intellectual property rights.

    13. Cancellation of Open Classroom Training

    • Cancellation of a Training must be made in writing and sent by registered mail. The postmark date serves as the notification date of the cancellation.
    • The written confirmation from IACA serves as proof of cancellation. The scheduled start date of the Training is the basis for handling the cancellation.
    • The costs associated with canceling a Training are:
      • $100.00 for cancellation more than 4 weeks before the start date.
      • 50% of the total price for cancellation up to 14 days before the start date.
      • 100% of the total price for cancellation within 14 days before the start date or after the Training has started.
    • If IACA has incurred additional costs on behalf of the Client, these costs will be charged in addition to the previously described cancellation fees. Examples of such additional costs may include booked travel and accommodation expenses, as well as costs for specially tailored Training materials or hired guest lecturers.
    • Refund of the already paid Training fee will occur within 14 days after confirmation of the cancellation by IACA.
    • If the Participant does not attend the Training, the Client is not entitled to any refund.
    • A Force Majeure claim by the Participant or their employer (e.g., illness, indispensability in the company) does not affect the obligation to meet the financial obligations to IACA.
    • If the Participant passes away or if there are such exceptional circumstances that payment of the cancellation fees would be unacceptable according to standards of reasonableness and fairness, a motivated request can be submitted in writing to IACA. IACA reserves the right to request written evidence.
    • The cancellation fees are immediately due and payable.

    14. Cancellation of Private Training

    • Cancellation of a Private Training must be made in writing and sent by registered mail. The postmark date serves as the notification date of the cancellation.
    • The written confirmation from IACA serves as proof of cancellation. The scheduled start date of the Training is the basis for handling the cancellation.
    • The costs associated with canceling a Private Training are:
      • $1,000.00 for cancellation more than 4 weeks before the start date.
      • 50% of the total price for cancellation up to 14 days before the start date.
      • 100% of the total price for cancellation within 14 days before the start date or after the Private Training has started.
    • If IACA has incurred additional costs on behalf of the Client, these costs will be charged in addition to the previously described cancellation fees. Examples of such additional costs may include booked travel and accommodation expenses, as well as costs for specially tailored Training materials, hired guest lecturers or instructors, and rental of special locations or equipment needed for the execution of the Training.
    • Refund of the already paid Training costs will occur within 14 days after confirmation of the cancellation by IACA.
    • No refund of the Training costs is possible for cancellations made after the start of the Private Training.
    • The cancellation fees are immediately due and payable.

    15. Cancellation Due to Force Majeure

    • IACA reserves the right to reschedule and/or cancel the Training in the event of external Force Majeure or insufficient participation (fewer than 5 participants).
    • In the event of complete cancellation of the Training by IACA, the already paid Training fee will be refunded within 14 days.
    • If an alternative start date is offered, there is no right to a refund of the Training costs.
    • External Force Majeure includes circumstances beyond IACA’s control that make the execution of the Training impossible, such as, but not limited to, natural disasters, pandemics, government measures, and other unforeseen events.
    • In the case of rescheduling the Training, IACA will inform the Client and Participant of the new start date as soon as possible.
    • In the event of rescheduling the Training by IACA due to force majeure, the registration of the Client and Participant remains valid for the new start date.

    16. Liability

    16.1. The Participant is fully responsible and liable for all actions performed during the Training. The Client indemnifies IACA against all claims arising from the actions of the Participant during the Training.

    16.2. IACA disclaims all liability to the extent not legally required. If IACA is forced to deviate from the planned Training dates or cancel the Training entirely due to Force Majeure or insufficient participation, IACA is not liable for any damages such as missed work hours or travel and accommodation costs. Force Majeure includes any situation beyond our control, such as, but not limited to: illness of instructors, natural disasters, terrorism, government measures, strikes, and technical malfunctions.

    16.3. Training materials may contain components or tools from third parties or links to such components or tools. IACA is not responsible or liable for the content of these third parties and does not guarantee that this content is always available, correct, complete, or suitable.

    16.4. IACA is never liable for malware or other malicious software such as viruses or spyware, regardless of whether it is present in materials or tools from third parties.

    16.5. If IACA is held liable for damages despite the general exclusion of liability, the burden of proof rests entirely on the Client/Participant to demonstrate that IACA is liable. Liability is in any case limited to direct damage up to a maximum of EUR 500. Direct damage includes:

    • Material damage to property;
    • Reasonable costs incurred to prevent or limit damage that could be expected;
    • Reasonable costs incurred to determine the causes of damage.
    • Indirect damage, such as consequential damage, is explicitly excluded.

    16.6. IACA’s liability for shortcomings in fulfilling contractual obligations arises only if IACA fails to meet these obligations after a written notice of default in which a reasonable period for rectification of 30 days is given. There is no shortcoming if it is the result of force majeure. IACA’s liability will in no case exceed the above-mentioned limits.

    16.7. In the event of Force Majeure lasting longer than 120 days, both IACA and the Client can terminate the agreement without being obliged to pay compensation.

    16.8. Any right to compensation arises only if the damage is reported to IACA in writing within 30 days of its occurrence. Any claim for damages against IACA expires twelve months after the occurrence of the claim unless legal action has been taken within that period.

    16.9. The Client and Participant guarantee that they will comply with all applicable laws and regulations concerning the Training and the execution of this Agreement at all times.

    Liability and Indemnification

    The Client or Participant agrees to indemnify and hold IACA harmless from any claims, liabilities, damages, or expenses arising from their participation in the Training or breach of this agreement. This indemnification shall include reasonable attorney fees and costs incurred by IACA in defending against such claims. Claims for indemnification must be submitted in writing to IACA within 30 days of discovery, and the parties agree to cooperate fully in the defense of any claims or actions.

    LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

    TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, IACA’S TOTAL LIABILITY UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE TOTAL AMOUNT PAID BY THE CLIENT OR PARTICIPANT FOR THE TRAINING GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM. THIS LIMITATION OF LIABILITY APPLIES TO DIRECT DAMAGES ONLY AND EXCLUDES INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SUCH AS LOSS OF PROFITS OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION. EXAMPLES OF DIRECT DAMAGES INCLUDE PHYSICAL INJURY OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY DIRECTLY RESULTING FROM IACA’S NEGLIGENCE OR BREACH OF CONTRACT.

    THE CLIENT OR PARTICIPANT ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT THESE LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY REFLECT A REASONABLE ALLOCATION OF RISK AND ARE AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN IACA AND THE CLIENT OR PARTICIPANT. WITHOUT THESE LIMITATIONS, IACA WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO OFFER THESE TRAINING, PRODUCTS, OR SERVICES.

    Anti-Spam Filters and Email Notifications

    IACA acknowledges that it cannot be held liable for instances where the confirmation email to the Client or Participant is blocked by their spam filters. It is the exclusive responsibility of the Client or Participant to ensure that their email account associated with their registration permits the receipt of emails from anti-crime-academy.com and anti-crime-academy.us. The Client or Participant must take the necessary steps to adjust their email settings accordingly to guarantee the successful delivery of important communications from anti-crime-academy.com and anti-crime-academy.us.

    Disclaimer of Warranties

    IACA expressly disclaims all representations and warranties, whether oral or written, express, implied, or statutory, including, but not limited to, any implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose or merchantability. Under no circumstances shall IACA be liable for incidental, indirect, consequential, exemplary, special, or punitive damages, regardless of whether such damages were reasonably foreseeable, and regardless of whether liability is based on contract, tort, or any other legal theory.

    17. Liability for Material and Non-Material Damage

    • IACA reserves the right to recover all material and non-material damage caused by an unlawful act of the Client or Participant personally from the Client or Participant. This applies for the entire duration of the Training.
    • Material damage refers to damage to property, buildings, equipment, and other physical possessions of IACA.
    • Non-material damage refers to damage to reputation, loss of goodwill, and other intangible damage suffered by IACA as a result of the unlawful act of the Client or Participant.
    • The Client or Participant is liable for all costs incurred by IACA in connection with recovering the damage, including but not limited to legal costs and collection fees.
    • This provision does not affect IACA’s other rights to take further legal action and claim full compensation for the damages suffered.

    18. Confidentiality

    IACA and its employees are obligated to maintain confidentiality with respect to third parties regarding all information obtained during registration, screening, and participation in the Training concerning the Client and/or Participant. The Client and Participant are required to keep confidential the methods, content of the Training, and IACA’s (international) business partners with respect to third parties. The knowledge gained may not be commercially exploited by the Client or Participant. The Client or Participant is expressly prohibited from transferring information to third parties and from providing Training to third parties on a commercial basis.

    If the Client or Participant fails to comply with these obligations, they will owe IACA an immediately payable penalty of $25,000.00 (twenty-five thousand dollars) per incident, not subject to judicial mitigation, without prejudice to IACA’s right to full compensation. IACA will take appropriate legal steps to stop the breach and claim compensation for damages suffered, which may include engaging a collection agency or initiating legal proceedings.

    The Participant and/or Client are expressly prohibited from making (secret) audio and/or visual recordings during the lesson, including recordings during virtual/digital lessons.

    19. Code of Conduct

    Professional behavior is required from all Participants during the Training and in interactions with both staff and fellow participants. Inappropriate behavior, including the use of offensive language, sexual harassment, and threatening behavior, will not be tolerated and may result in immediate removal from the Training without a refund of costs. The Participant is expressly prohibited from making (secret) audio or visual recordings during the lesson, including recordings during virtual/digital lessons.

    In case of violation of this provision, IACA will immediately remove the Participant from the Training without refunding the costs. Additionally, IACA reserves the right to take legal action against the Participant, including claiming compensation for any damage resulting from the violation of this code of conduct. This may also include banning the Participant from future participation in IACA Training courses.

    Use of IACA-Provided Internet:

    If the Participant intends to use the Internet access provided by IACA during Training, it is understood and agreed that the following actions are strictly prohibited:

    • Accessing, uploading, downloading, or distributing pornographic, obscene, or sexually explicit material.
    • Transmitting obscene, abusive, or sexually explicit language.
    • Violating any local, state, or federal laws or regulations.
    • Accessing, downloading, or distributing information from websites advocating hate crimes or violence.
    • Vandalizing or damaging another individual’s or organization’s property.
    • Accessing another individual’s materials, information, or files without permission.
    • Using scanning or hacking exploit tools on public networks.
    • Violating any copyright or infringing upon the intellectual property rights of others.

    20. Privacy Policy

    IACA highly values the protection of the privacy and security of the personal data of the Client and/or Participant. In line with this commitment, IACA has implemented measures to adequately protect and manage personal information. The IACA Privacy Policy, accessible at IACA-privacy statement, provides detailed information about the collection, use, disclosure, and storage of data by IACA from the Client and/or Participant.

    The Privacy Policy forms an integral part of this Agreement and is incorporated herein by reference. By accepting this Agreement, the Client and/or Participant also agrees to comply with the provisions set forth in IACA’s Privacy Policy regarding the purchased Training. IACA reserves the right to update the Privacy Policy periodically. Clients and Participants will be notified of such updates via the contact information they have provided, such as email. It is the responsibility of the Client and/or Participant to review and understand the updated terms of the Privacy Policy.

    21. Transfer of Rights

    The Client and Participant are not entitled to transfer the rights and obligations of this Agreement, in whole or in part, to third parties without prior written consent from IACA.

    22. Trade restrictions and export compliance

    The Training, products, and services provided by IACA are operated from facilities located in the United States of America (“U.S.A.”) and are subject to U.S.A. government regulations. It is the Client’s or Participant’s responsibility to adhere to all relevant import and export regulations imposed by the government, including those of the U.S.A. The Client or Participant is prohibited from purchasing or utilizing any IACA Training, products, or services if they are a resident of a U.S.A. embargoed country or if they are an individual subject to U.S.A. government-imposed sanctions or listed as a denied person.

    23. Applicable law and arbitration process

    The Client or Participant acknowledges and agrees that participation in IACA-provided Training, products, or services is deemed to be based solely in Miami, Florida, and that such participation does not establish personal jurisdiction over IACA in any other location except Miami, Florida. This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the state of Florida. Both parties hereby irrevocably consent to the exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue of the state and federal courts situated in Miami, Florida. The Parties explicitly exclude the application of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (“UCITA”), the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (“CISG”), and any laws of any jurisdiction that would otherwise apply UCITA, CISG, or terms equivalent to UCITA or CISG to this Agreement.

    If IACA and the Client or Participant are unable to reach a resolution within 60 days, both parties agree to resolve any claim, dispute, or controversy (excluding IACA’s claims for injunctive or equitable relief) arising from or related to this Agreement through binding arbitration in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The arbitration proceedings will be administered by the American Arbitration Association in accordance with its Commercial Arbitration Rules. The arbitration shall be conducted in English.

    ALL CLAIMS MUST BE BROUGHT IN A PARTY’S INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS ACTION, COLLECTIVE ACTION, PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL ACTION, OR OTHER REPRESENTATIVE PROCEEDING. CLIENT OR PARTICIPANT AGREES THAT BY ENTERING INTO THIS AGREEMENT, CLIENT OR PARTICIPANT AND IACA ARE EACH WAIVING THE RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY OR TO PARTICIPATE IN A CLASS ACTION, COLLECTIVE ACTION, PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL ACTION, OR OTHER REPRESENTATIVE PROCEEDING OF ANY KIND.

    Non-waiver

    Any waiver by IACA of any provision or term of this Agreement shall not be deemed as a continuing waiver of such provision or any other provision. Furthermore, the failure of IACA to assert any right or provision under this Agreement shall not be considered as a waiver of that right or provision.

    Total agreement

    This Agreement represents the complete understanding and agreement between the parties regarding the use of an IACA website or IACA-provided Training, products, or services. If any provision of this Agreement is found to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the invalidity of that provision shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions, which shall continue to be in full force and effect. This Agreement may only be amended by a written amendment signed by both parties.

    By providing this information, you consent to the processing of your personal data by IACA in accordance with the terms outlined in our Privacy Policy.