Website Terms & Conditions

Terms and Conditions

Terms of Use

You know how we’re always going on about getting terms and conditions for your website? Yeah, well, we thought it might be a good idea to take our own advice.

These terms of use deal with all the nitty gritty conditions that apply when you use our website – like reading our blog or any other content, using any of the information on our website, contacting us through the website or downloading any downloadable stuff. By using this website or any of its contents, you agree to comply with these terms of use and our privacy policy.

Nature of Relationship and Information

Use of this website in any way does not create a solicitor/client relationship between you and Legalite or our staff. To do that, you need to get in touch with us, accept our quote and sign our engagement letter.

Information provided under this website is of a general nature only and not legal advice. Legal advice, unlike face masks, is not one-size-fits-all. This means you should not rely on any information on this website without first seeking advice that is specific to your individual circumstances.

Use of This Website

Whilst Legalite will use our absolute best efforts to ensure that this website is free from viruses, sometimes cyber criminals get the best of us all and we therefore cannot guarantee this. You must ensure that this website does not expose you to any viruses or other code that is harmful or may cause harm, such as by having adequate virus protection software.

Unless otherwise indicated, Legalite owns or licenses all copyright in this website and its contents and reserves all rights in relation to copyright material.

Some do’s and don’ts when using our website:


  • Sit back, grab a beverage of choice and browse our website
  • Feel free to contact us through the email addresses or contact forms on this website if you have a legit query (i.e. not sending us spam)


  • Copy any content on this website without asking us first, and even then please make sure you give us credit
  • Be “that” person and sign us up to your newsletter without our consent
  • Send us unsolicited emails or messages

Limitation of Liability

What’s “limitation of liability”, you ask?

Basically, we do our best to make sure our website is a safe space. But sometimes things happen outside of our control, or things change (global pandemic anyone?) and we can’t be held liable for any loss as a result.

In technical legal-speak, just to be absolutely sure we’ve COA (covered our a**es), it means that Legalite makes no warranty or representation about the accuracy, completeness or fitness for any purpose of the contents of this website. Any condition or warranty regarding this website or its contents that would otherwise be implied (by statute or otherwise) into these terms and conditions is excluded.

This website may contain links to external websites. We do not control the content of those websites or endorse them in any way and accept no liability in relation to the quality or accuracy of any content on other websites or of any breaches of law by those other websites.

To the extent permitted by law, Legalite accepts no responsibility and excludes all liability to you on any basis (including negligence) for any loss or damage, however caused, which you may suffer in relation to your use of this website or any of its contents. Any liability of Legalite in connection with this website under any statutory right (including any condition or warranty implied by law or any guarantee or other right under any statute) that cannot be excluded is limited at the option of Legalite to the resupply of the relevant services or the payment of the reasonable cost of same.

Phew. That’s as technical as it gets, promise.

Final Words

We may change these terms of use at any time, without telling you. If we make a change, the next time you use this website will mean you agree to the amended terms of use.

Parts of this website may not be updated regularly and may therefore be out of date.

If any part of any of these terms and conditions is void, then the part that is void will be severed (off with its head!).

This website and its contents are governed by the laws of the Garden State, a.k.a the World’s most liveable city, a.k.a the State of Victoria, Australia.



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