Terms of Service and Use of Confidential/Personal Information
TERMS OF SERVICE
These terms of service contain important information, including warranty disclaimers and limitations of liability. It is imperative, if you are to retain the services of Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting, that you carefully review these terms and decide whether to accept or reject them. Should you have any questions regarding the terms, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for clarification or have a lawyer review and clarify the terms for you.
1. Information of a general nature only and no warranties provided
The information provided on this website and any information or advice provided during a counseling session is for general information purposes only. The information provided during the counseling sessions should be regarded as suggestions and not professional advice, including legal or medical advice. Ultimately, decisions relating to the education of a client are the clients to make.
Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting does not give any express or implied warranties and makes no representations in relation to this website or its counseling services. Information on this website and information received during the counseling session(s) should not be relied upon without first validating the information from appropriate sources and obtaining professional advice, including medical or legal, where it is prudent to do so. You should make and rely upon your own assessments and enquires to verify the accuracy or prudence of the information that is provided.
2. Limitation of liability
Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting shall not be responsible for any loss, damage, claim, cost or expense whatsoever arising out of or in connection with these terms and/or the counseling services received.
Part I - INTERPRETATION
In this agreement,
“confidential information" refers to information concerning the business and affairs of a client, acquired in the course of the relationship with the client. Such information is confidential to the client regardless of the nature or source of the information.
"personal information" means recorded information about an identifiable individual, including:
(i) the individual's name, address or telephone number,
(ii) the individual's race, national or ethnic origin, colour, or religious or political beliefs or associations,
(iii) the individual's age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status or family status,
(iv) an identifying number, symbol or other particular assigned to the individual,
(v) the individual's fingerprints, blood type or inheritable characteristics,
(vi) information about the individual's health-care history, including a physical or mental disability,
(vii) information about the individual's educational, financial, criminal or employment history,
(viii) anyone else's opinions about the individual, and
(ix) the individual's personal views or opinions, except if they are about someone else
PART 2 – USE OF CONFIDENTIAL/PERSONAL INFORMATION
Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting shall maintain the confidentiality of all confidential/personal information of the client disclosed to Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting and shall not disclose such confidential/personal information to any person other than its employees, or authorized representatives who have been advised of the confidentiality obligations or except to such Persons as the client consents to in writing. Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting shall use such confidential/ personal information only for the purpose for which it was disclosed.
The provision shall not apply to any confidential/personal information of the client which:
(a) is already in the public domain or becomes generally known to the public, either before or after the date of its disclosure to the receiving party, through no fault or omission or wrongful act on the part of the receiving party;
(b) is lawfully disclosed to the receiving party, either before or after the date of its disclosure to the receiving party, by an independent third party rightfully in possession thereof;
(c) is lawfully in the possession of the receiving party at the time of its disclosure, as evidenced by the prior written records of such receiving party; or
(d) is required to be disclosed by the receiving party to comply with a federal, state or provincial law, rule or regulation or a final and non-appealable judicial order, provided reasonable prior notice of the intended disclosure is given by the receiving party and the other party has a sufficient opportunity to contest such judicial order or intended disclosure,
unless the receiving party acquires the written agreement of the other party.
Contact for Further Information
Tinlin Academic Advising and Consulting email@example.com academicadviceonline.com 1-877-618-8290.