Terms of Sale
Table of Contents
- Acceptance of the terms
- Plans, pricing, and payment terms
- Switching plans
- No refunds
- Legal disclaimer
- General provisions
Acceptance of the terms
The terms of sale stated below (hereinafter, the “Terms of Sale”) govern the use of the https://www.didacte.com website and of the training platform (hereinafter, the “Didacte Platform”) accessible through the website (hereinafter, considered together and collectively, the “Website”) by direct clients of Didacte who offer training resources through the Didacte Platform (hereinafter, the “Instructors” or “you”). As any use you will make of the application is contingent upon your acceptance of these Terms of Sale, we require that you peruse them thoroughly.
By checking the box labeled “I accept the Terms of Sale”, you confirm and acknowledge being bound by said Terms of Sale.
The Website was designed to be used by the Instructors on a strictly commercial basis. Hence, by accepting these Terms of Sale, you represent and warrant that you are not a natural person who intends to use the Website for any purpose other than to conduct business activities.
Plans, pricing, and payment terms
All available membership plans are described on the Pricing of the Website.
Depending on the plan you have selected, certain management fees may be charged on sales carried out through Didacte – to which will be added the management fees associated with credit card payments (which are collected by a third-party payment processor at the moment a sale occurs and are adjusted according to the then-current pricing scheme of said third-party payment processor).
Unless otherwise stated, the management fees as well as the price of your monthly or annual membership plan do not include any taxes, levies, duties or similar governmental assessments, including value-added, sales, use or withholding taxes assessable by any local, state, provincial or foreign jurisdiction (collectively “Taxes”). You are responsible for paying Taxes except those assessable against Didacte based on its income. Didacte will invoice you for such Taxes if Didacte has a legal obligation to do so, and you shall pay such Taxes if so invoiced.Management fees are levied automatically whenever a sale is confirmed. Monthly and annual membership plans are paid by means of a cheque, credit card, or wire transfer.
Didacte’s pricing scheme may change at any time, without notice.
Any request to modify your current plan for a higher or lower plan can be made via the Didacte Platform at any time. The current plan will be replaced by the new plan and a prorated credit, or charge, for the unused, or additional, period will be applied to your bill, if applicable.
The new plan will be activated at the time of the request without impacting the original renewal date.
The cancelation of a paid plan renewal will become effective on the next renewal date.
For Instructors on an “enterprise” membership plan, any modification of your plan to increase the number of active users may be made by contacting your account manager. Following a modification of your plan, you will be invoiced for the prorated increase in fees for the remainder of your subscription.
Instructors who wish to decrease the number of active users must inform Didacte at least seven (7) days prior to renewal. The decrease will be enforced on the renewal date. It is the instructors responsibility to deactivate the unnecessary users before the renewal date to prevent automatic deactivation of accounts to comply with the new limit.
Upon its expiry, your membership plan shall be automatically renewed for the same term and period, unless it is terminated in accordance with section 6 below. In the event of payment failure, the service will be maintained for a 30-day period for your users but access to the system will be limited for administrative users, only allowing you to update your credit card information. An Instructor is considered in breach of conditions 30 days after the renewal date. In the event of a breach of condition linked to past due invoices, your platform will be automatically suspended for admins and users until any open invoices are paid in full.
The Terms of Sale may be terminated:
- By an Instructor at any time when you cancel your membership through the Didacte Platform or with a Didacte representative;
- by Didacte if an Instructor fails to make any payment due hereunder after Didacte provides notice that such amounts are overdue;
- by Didacte for convenience, with at least a 30-day prior written notice for a monthly subscription, or with at least 90 days prior written notice for an annual or multi-year subscription.
To the extent permitted by law, you hereby waive your right to unilaterally terminate your membership plan according to the provisions of section 2125 of the Civil code of Québec or of any other law, rule, or regulation which may find application.
Except as expressly otherwise provided herein, payments are non-refundable and there are no refunds or credits for partially used periods or number of Users.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, if you have terminated the Terms of Sale pursuant to Section 6 (ii) or if Didacte has terminated the Terms of Sale pursuant to Section 6 (iv), Didacte shall refund any prepaid membership fees prorated for the remainder of the unused term.
You hereby acknowledge being the only entity responsible for the content you post on the Website and for the consequences it may bring. By agreeing to these Terms of Sale, you expressly waive any conceivable form of protection (whether it be under the law or otherwise) which would in any way limit the scope of this document so only the claims made in your favor or that you already knew about (or suspected) at the time you accepted these Terms of Sale apply under this section.
Didacte may amend, bonify, or otherwise modify these Terms of Sale at any time.
A translation of these Terms of Sale may be provided in order to comply with local requirements. Should any discrepancy, inconsistency, or contradiction arise between the English version of the text and any translation thereof, the English version shall govern, unless applicable laws dictate that a version in another language must govern.
Should you set up or use an account registered in the name of a business entity, you hereby represent and warrant that you are authorized to act on its behalf and to bind it with respect to these Terms of Sale. In any event, it is clearly understood that any such account will remain, at all times, the sole property (and under the exclusive control) of the business entity.
Sections of this document which deal with matters such as plan selection, pricing, payment terms, exemption from liability, and settlement of disputes shall continue to apply and bind the parties once the Terms of Sale expire or are terminated.
In the event where any part of these Terms of Sale was declared invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, it shall either be considered non-existent or construed in a way that renders it valid, legal, or enforceable, without any other part of the text losing its meaning, authority, or binding effect. These Terms of Sale, as they may be amended from time to time, contain the whole agreement concluded between Didacte and the Instructors with respect to its object and purpose. No Term of Sale may ever be modified unless Didacte elects to do so in writing. No Instructor may ever assign or otherwise transfer any of the rights, benefits, or obligations these Terms of Sale bestow upon them.
Compliance with laws
When using the Website, you shall comply with all applicable laws, including Privacy Laws and applicable anti-corruption laws. Instructors are responsible for obtaining any consent, or to have a legitimate interest, required by applicable laws to collect Personal Information from Other Users.
Relationship of the Parties
The parties hereto are independent contractors. The Terms of Sale do not create a partnership, franchise, joint venture, agency, fiduciary or employment relationship between the parties. Each party hereto represents and warrants that it has the authority to agree to the Terms of Sale on behalf of the organisation that it represents.
Didacte may send notices pursuant to the Terms of Sale to the email contact point you provided. Notices shall be deemed received twenty-four (24) hours after they are sent.
Except as expressly provided otherwise in the Terms of Sale, Didacte shall not be liable by reason of any failure or delay in the performance of its obligations on account of an unforeseeable and irresistible event, including external causes with the same characteristics, which may include denial-of-service attacks, a failure by a third party hosting provider or utility provider, strikes, shortages, riots, fires, act of God, war, terrorism and governmental action.
No Other Agreements.
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