Issued by Permission to Move Pty Ltd ABN 29 637 230 525 (PMPL)
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A visitor to this website obtains a non-exclusive, personal, limited, licence to view and use this website for lawful purposes.
PMPL does not offer any assurance this website is properly displayed, or displayed without errors, on a browser being used by a visitor.
PMPL does not offer any assurance this website does not contain any virus or other malware that might infect a visitor's computer or data.
Information presented on this website (such as text, pictures, graphics, audio, video) may be copyright or contain other intellectual property rights of PMPL or third parties, even if not identified as such. All such intellectual property rights are reserved to their owner. Except with PMPL's prior written consent, none of that information may be reproduced or modified.
Third party material
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Access within this website
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Links to other websites
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Uploading of material
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If this website invites visitor comments, the visitor must not post on the website any information that violates the rights of others or that is unlawful, threatening, invasive of privacy, racist, obscene, harassing or otherwise objectionable in PMPL's opinion. PMPL has right to take down such objectionable information at its sole discretion and without notice.
No commercial use
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Any content on this website (including these terms) may change without prior notice. Each time a visitor visits this website, he or she should refresh their browser so that the then current website is displayed. In any event, from time to time a visitor should revisit these terms to find any changes to these terms.
The laws in South Australia govern these terms. The Courts of that State have exclusive jurisdiction as regards any dispute in connection with these terms.
Permission to Move Pty Ltd ABN 29 637 230 525 (PMPL) (March 2020 Edition)
1. About this Notice
1.1 PMPL is bound by the Privacy Act 1988 and the Australian Privacy Principles.
1.2 Australian Privacy Principle 5 requires this Notice.
In this Notice: Customer means an individual with whom PMPL contracts, or may contract, to supply a product; Personal Information has its meaning in the Privacy Act 1988 (namely information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable), such as, for example, a Customer's name, place of residence, health history.
2. Collection of Personal Information
PMPL collects Personal Information of a Customer for one or more of the following purposes:
2.1 assessing an application by the person to contract for the supply of a product;
2.2 the making or performance of a contract with the Customer, including the provision of any services to the Customer;
2.3 any purpose required or authorised by law.
3. Failure to collect Personal Information
If Personal Information is not collected by PMPL, it will adversely affect its capacity to assess an application by the person to contract with PMPL for the supply of a product, or to provide services to the Customer.
4. Disclosure of Personal Information
PMPL may disclose Personal Information to any of the following:
4.1 the Customer;
4.2 a person authorised by the Customer, such as a health care professional, family member, carer, attorney;
4.3 persons to whom PMPL may contract out some business functions and activities, such as book-keeping, data storage;
4.4 its insurers;
4.5 any Tribunal or a Court having jurisdiction over PMPL;
4.6 any person, body or agency (such as a Government Department) where required or allowed by law.
5. Off shore disclosure
PMPL may use and disclose a Customer's Personal Information in jurisdictions other than Australia or its external territory where either:
5.1 the Customer is living outside Australia or its external territory, and the provision of PMPL's product to that Customer is to be supplied or supplemented by in-person teaching by a coach / mentor located in the same country as the Customer and appointed by PMPL for that purpose; or
5.2 required by law, as permitted by the Australian Privacy Principles or (if required) with the Customer's consent.
It is not reasonably practicable to list the countries to which PMPL may transmit Personal Information overseas. However, PMPL will, where practicable, advise the Customer of the countries in which overseas recipients are likely to be located.
6.1 how an individual may access the Personal Information about the individual that is held by PMPL and seek the correction of such information;
6.2 how an individual may complain about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles, or a registered APP Code (if any) that binds PMPL, and how PMPL will deal with such complaint.
7. Contact details
PMPL may be contacted on (0011 + 61 + ) 0434 294 209 or by email to [email protected]
Terms and Conditions
(March 2020 Edition)
Thank you for considering to become a customer of Permission to Move Pty Ltd ABN 29 637 230 525 (PMPL)
Section A - Preliminary matters
1. Before uploading the Application Form at the foot of this page, you should be familiar with:
1.2 the Contract Terms in Section B of this page.
2. To become a customer you need to:
2.1 be an individual of at least 18 years of age, and
2.2 have legal right and ability to enter into a legally binding contract with PMPL, and
2.3 complete the Application Form with the information it requires, and then upload the Application Form (click 'submit'), and
2.4 pay to PMPL the specified service fee (in Australian dollars) by a payment method the Application Form allows, and
2.5 have PMPL accept your application by PMPL sending you an email of a unique username and password as would enable your on-line access to the product applied for.
3. PMPL reserves the right to not accept any application submitted. If your application is not accepted, PMPL would notify you at the email address you provided on the Application Form, and refund promptly the service fee without deduction.
4. If PMPL accepts your application, PMPL will issue you an invoice (a tax invoice if you are resident in Australia), marked 'Paid', for the service fee paid.
Section B – Contract Terms
5. If PMPL accepts your application, a contract forms between you and PMPL with the following terms.
5.1 PMPL agrees to provide you access, via this website, to the product you applied for by use of the username and password allocated to you for that purpose.
5.2 You are to keep your username and password secure and confidential, and are responsible for all activity carried out under that username.
5.4 Your right to access a product:
5.4.1 is not exclusive;
5.4.2 is personal and not transferable;
5.4.3 terminates if there is no activity on your username for at least 3 months, or 12 months after issue of your username, whichever is the earlier.
5.5 You acknowledge a product:
5.5.1 is a course of learning that aims for (but does not guarantee) you to reduce and manage your pain symptoms - PMPL does not however, offer assurance that every customer will profit from a course to the extent he, she or PMPL would hope for. If, for example, the source of continuing pain has been misdiagnosed by a health professional, a course outcome might not reduce and manage pain symptoms;
5.5.2 requires you study the course, in the order in which presented, and take those active steps the product requires;
5.5.3 is not a substitute for advice from and treatment by a health professional. Any advice provided in a product is intended to be general information only and that such advice may not be appropriate for your situation or health condition.
5.5.4 may include access to PMPL coaching services in addition to the digital product.
5.6 Except where a law binding PMPL otherwise requires, the service fee is not refundable. This includes where you choose not to complete a course of learning under a product.
5.7 You acknowledge a product is proprietary to PMPL, and may not be copied in whole or in part (includes by screen shot, download to a memory device, upload to any server) nor shared with a third party. PMPL reserves all rights in its product, except allowing its customers non-exclusive licences to access the product via the website.
5.8 In Australia, PMPL's provision of a product comes with certain 'consumer guarantees' under the Australian Consumer Law that cannot be contracted out of. Nothing in these terms excludes those consumer guarantees if the Australian Consumer Law applies.
5.9 PMPL is not liable if the product becomes temporarily unavailable to you to access due to scheduled maintenance of this website or for reasons beyond PMPL's reasonable control.
5.10 The contract is governed by the laws in South Australia, and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in that State in connection with the contract.