Terms of use

No Warranty, Disclaimer of Liability and Indemnity Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the high quality and accuracy of the Site, Weco, makes no warranty, express or implied concerning Weco Content, the Site, software or products or services available through the Site (the “Site Services”), which are provided “as is”. Weco expressly disclaims all warranties, including but not limited to warranties of fitness for a particular purpose and warranties of merchantability. In no event will Weco, its affiliates or other suppliers be liable for direct, special, incidental, or consequential damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information or other pecuniary loss) arising directly or indirectly from the use of (or failure to use) or reliance on the Site Services, even if Weco has been advised of the possibility that such damages may arise. Weco does not guarantee the accuracy, content, or timeliness of the Site Services or that they or related systems are year 2000 compliant or free from viruses or other contaminating or destructive properties.

In no event will any liability of Weco, its affiliates, agents and licensors to you (and/or any third party) arising out of any kind of legal claim (whether in contract, tort, or otherwise) in any way connected with the Site Services or breach of these Terms by Weco exceed the amount, if any, paid by you to Weco in respect of the particular Site Service to which the claim relates.

Upon Weco’s request, you agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Weco from any claims and expenses, including reasonable legal fees, related to any breach of these Terms by you or your use of any Site Services.

Force Majeure
Weco, its affiliates and its information providers will not be liable or deemed to be in default for any delay or failure in performance or interruption of the delivery of Weco Content resulting directly or indirectly from any cause or circumstance beyond its or their reasonable control, including but not limited to failure of electronic or mechanical equipment or communication lines, telephone or other interconnect problems, computer viruses, unauthorized access, theft, operator errors, severe weather, earthquakes or natural disasters, strikes or other labor problems, wars, or governmental restrictions.