Our Terms and Conditions were last updated on November 23, 2020.
These Terms and Conditions are legally binding
Changes to This Agreement or The Services
- Mountain Stream reserves the right to alter these Terms and Conditions at any time, provided notice is posted to our site. Such changes will be effective and legally binding on you when posted on our website for the Service or when we notify you by other means.
- Please review these Terms and Conditions periodically for changes.
- Your continued use of this Service after amended Terms and Conditions is posted on this website or is otherwise brought to your attention signifies that you agree and accept to be legally bound by the changes.
Grants of Licenses to Use
Mountain Stream hereby grants to you a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use the Service provided that you agree to the followin:
Term and Termination
Your account(s) and Password(s)
Your indemnity in Favour Of Mountain Stream
If Mountain Stream and/or any of their affiliates (collectively the “Indemnified Parties”) take any action to enforce any of the Terms and Conditions, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless the Indemnified, their affiliates, and their respective officers, directors, employees and agents from and against any and all claims, losses, costs, expenses, causes of action or demands, including reasonable legal and accounting fees, arising out of and relating to your use of the Service, and any and all breaches by you of these Terms and Conditions.
Mountain Stream has no responsibility for and is released from all contractual obligations and liability (e.g. for damages) if its performance of these Terms and Conditions is affected by an event of force majeure. For the purpose of this clause, the term “force majeure” means and includes any event which was not under the control of Mountain Stream, or was not reasonably foreseeable, including, but not limited to any natural disaster such as thunderstorm, flood or storm, fire, national emergency, strike or equivalent labour action, or the unavailability of the Internet for reasons beyond the control of Mountain Stream.