Every attendee joining a Practice Notes event is required to register as a participant.

Practice Notes at its absolute discretion reserves the right to restrict the number of attendees at a particular event in addition to changing an event venue, subject, theme, content, fees, dates, documentation, presenter/s, or mode/method of presentation.

If an event is overbooked, attendees who paid on a ‘first-come first-served’ basis to the commencement of an event will be given priority.

Apart from any refund of the registration fee that may be due, Practice Notes shall not be liable for any loss whatsoever howsoever caused or any costs incurred by you as a result of any change or cancellation of the course and/or any of its component topics.

Attendee registration does not include insurance of any kind. Practice Notes does not take any responsibility for any attendee failing to arrange their own insurance to cover losses of any kind – refer cancellation.

Reproduction or redistribution for commercial purposes of any materials or design elements contained in any documentation provided to you by Practice Notes is strictly prohibited without the express written permission of Practice Notes, and may not be taken out of context or presented in a misleading or discriminatory manner. No part of the documentation provided to you by Practice Notes may be reproduced, copied, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form without the prior permission of the authors and/or their licensee.

Logos and other identifying marks are, and shall remain the trademarks and trade names and exclusive property of Practice Notes and any unauthorised use of these marks is unlawful. Material provided and delivered during an event is for the sole use of the attendee and/or their current (employer) company.

Practice Notes does not provide, sell, nor rent its attendee, member or client details to other organisations. The information collected on the registration form is for the purposes of processing your registration, creating and maintaining participant records, keeping you informed of upcoming Practice Notes events, products and assisting us in improving our service to you.

In order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy, Practice Notes created a Privacy Statement. Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) established in Australia by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act) apply to Practice Notes. For information concerning our privacy, information gathering and dissemination practices – refer Privacy Policy.

Event Information Indemnity:
Information (verbal, written or visual) provided at an event is general in nature and does not constitute legal advice. Information presented will not purport to be an exhaustive statement of all Commonwealth or State and Territory legislation, regulations, obligations or departmental policy in relation to law matters. Information may reference Commonwealth or State and Territory legislation or regulations and/or Departmental data and/or relevant Departmental policy.

Any information given or presented at our Practice Notes events is not to be taken as professional advice, legal or otherwise, and is not to be relied on as professional advice, legal or otherwise, from Practice Notes or anybody presenting the event or otherwise distributing information relating to the event, including any legal practitioner(s) or registered migration agent(s).

Practice Notes cannot verify the completeness or suitability of any particular piece of information. Content may include errors, omissions or other inaccuracies. Practice Notes will not liable for any loss however caused, whether due to negligence or otherwise arising the information. Furthermore, to the extent permitted by law, Practice Notes will not be responsible for any errors, omissions or misleading information. By accessing the information, attendees agree to make their own evaluation regarding the suitability, accuracy and completeness of information before they rely upon it.

Legal Advice:
Persons seeking legal advice (other than migration advice) should obtain an opinion from a qualified person who holds a specific Legal Practicing Certificate.

Persons seeking advice on migration law should obtain an opinion from a qualified person who is registered with the office of the Migration Agents Registration Authority.

Replacement Terms:
These Terms supersede all previous Terms however issued.