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PLEASE READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE SITE USAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE USING IT. EVERY TIME YOU ACCESS AND USE THE SITE OR ANY MATERIALS PRESENT ON IT, YOU MUST ACCEPT THESE TERMS. IF THE TERMS ARE NOT ACCEPTED, THE WEBSITE CANNOT BE USED AND YOU CANNOT DOWNLOAD ANY MATERIAL.
These terms and conditions of use apply only to access and use of the Archweb website, with the URL https://archweb.com (the "Site"), together with any other agreement and guideline published on the Site or otherwise provided to you by Archweb. These Site Terms do not modify in any way the terms and conditions of any other agreement that you may have with Archweb, for products, services, or other. If you are using the Site in the name and on behalf of any third-party company, you represent and warrant that you are authorized to accept these Site Terms on behalf of that company, and that the company agrees to compensate you and Archweb for violations of these Site Terms.
Archweb reserves the right to change or modify these Site Terms or guidelines, at any time and in its sole discretion. Any change or modification will be effective immediately after posting the revisions on the Site and upon notification of such changes.
For any questions regarding the use of the Site, please consult the "Frequently Asked Questions" section. For any other questions or comments about the use of the Site or its contents, please contact the email address email@example.com
Except as otherwise indicated on the Site, the Site, its content and other materials within it, including, for example and without presenting a comprehensive list, the Archweb logo and all drawings, texts, graphics, images, data, software, cad files, other multimedia files (jointly, the "Site Material") are the exclusive property of Archweb or of third parties connected to it, and are protected by copyright and intellectual property laws.
You are granted a limited, non-transferable license to access the Site and print a hard copy of its contents, and to download some parts of the Site Materials for informational, personal and non-commercial purposes only. This license is subject to these Site Terms and does not include: (a) any resale or commercial use of the Site and the materials annexed; (b) the distribution or publication of any material on the Site; (c) modification of the Site and of the Site Material, or of any part of both; (d) the download of any part of the Site, of the Site Material or of any information contained therein, unless expressly permitted by the Site; or (e) any use of the Site or Site Materials other than the purpose intended by Archweb. Any use of the Site or the Site Material other than those specifically authorized in this document, without a prior written consent of Archweb, is strictly prohibited and will terminate the license contained therein.
Site users can save and use the material on www.archweb.it for strictly personal purposes. Archweb.it assumes no responsibility for any accidental, direct or indirect damage, including, without limitation, damage due to loss of data or loss of earnings, business interruption, loss of information or other economic losses resulting from the use of the blocks present on the site.
Archweb.it checks all files through an antivirus and puts them at your disposal as they are, without particular checks or controls on their accuracy of quantities, dimensions, or on the correspondence with other possible designs.
Users who save and use the material on the site, including the famous architectures purchased, will not be able to transmit or distribute them to third parties. Any attempt to share, even for free or for commercial uses of the published material that is not authorized by the authors, will be reported to the competent authorities by virtue of the applicable laws to protect intellectual property.
Famous architectures can be purchased for a maximum of eight for each individual user, beyond this limit it is necessary to contact the editorial staff before making further payments.
Any payment beyond the permitted number and not previously agreed will be rejected.
The content of the file of a famous architecture is always clearly visible in the preview and those who buy it are perfectly aware of the content and accept it as it is.
The reconstruction and elaboration of the drawings of famous architectures can be complex and difficult for several reasons: lack of the original project; project available but with low definition; original project missing the main representations, parts of the plan, elevations and sections. For all these and other reasons, sometimes the geometric representation may not be perfect.
Our designs are developed with the utmost care and professionalism to obtain the highest possible quality but we cannot exclude that there may be errors or different interpretations of a given project.
There is no certification of the drawings, we do not certify that the drawings correspond perfectly to the completed work or to the original project which can often differ from each other. We do not certify that they are perfect in their geometric reconstruction.
Those who buy the designs take them as they are, first check them using the preview image which is always defined enough to be able to carry out any checks. Anyone who has any doubts can always contact us and will have the requested information.
Once the design has been purchased and downloaded, no refund requests are accepted for any reason.
We are always available to accept reports of alleged errors that we will verify with the utmost attention, always responding on the merits.
Our greatest interest is to have high quality drawings, we work and are committed to this, we accept all kinds of criticisms but we prefer the constructive ones.
The purchased famous architecture file remains available to the user for a certain period of time, after which it will be necessary to contact the editorial staff to get it back.
Most of the dwg files were designed by Archweb.com and only in a very small percentage come from public domain libraries or by the same authors who made them available for Archweb.com.
Archweb may at its discretion limit the access to the Site and / or cancel the accounts of any user who violates any intellectual property rights of Archweb or other subjects linked to the Site.
If you believe that any material on the Site violates any of your intellectual property rights, you can submit a complaint regarding this violation by sending a written communication to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
when you send your work to archweb.it, your material becomes available to the public and is put on the net according to the methods that Archweb chooses, this means that you approve the publication of your work on the net according to the terms below.
Authorization for publication
The sender authorizes the publication of his works on www.archweb.it
Authorship of the works
The sender declares that the works he sends belong to him or are of public domain. Since we cannot certify authorship, the material received is published with the sender's name, or "sent by ... ...", unless the documentation confirming ownership of the sender's copyright is attached.
When the material is released to the public, the sender agrees that his work may be used, manipulated and modified by third parties, losing the right to submit a complaint regarding the subsequent use of this publication.
The sender must not send other people's copyright works.
In case of omission of information on copyright, plagiarism, copying, subtraction or infringement of the copyright of third parties, the legal responsibility of the material will fall to the sender.
Archweb.it will remove the material if it is subject to a hypothetical litigation and penalize the sender who violates these conditions by disabling his account.
Material that may offend or damage third parties will not be published.
Works that contain data that violate the privacy of third parties, such as names of owners or customers, telephone numbers, addresses, e-mails, registration numbers, and so on, will not be published.
The material sent must be 100% editable. The authorization to publish the processed material also includes any renderings or other derivative works.
Access to the premium area
The sending of material is voluntary. In exchange for the actual publication of works or Archweb or for its intention to publish works, the sender will have access to the Premium area and will become a Premium User for a period of time established by Archweb.it
The time in which the sender will be a Premium User will depend on the quality and quantity of works sent and published and on the unquestionable judgment of Archweb.it.
Once a work is published and the user becomes Premium, the material becomes part of the Archweb library for an indefinite period and the user cannot request the withdrawal of his work.
Final decision on publication
Archweb.it reserves the right to publish the works received and to decide the time in which the sender can remain in the Premium area. The sending of works does not commit Archweb.it to publish them.
Cancellation of unpublished works
Archweb.it will not use works that have been refused or rejected and will permanently delete them from any physical or virtual archive
The sender can ask for information on the evaluation process of his work by sending an email.
Archweb.it estimates a period of no more than 30 days from the date of receipt of the works for the revision and publication. Once this period has expired, the sender must consider his work as discarded, without the need for a notification from Archweb.it
Delays in publication
The fact that the works are accepted and the sender is immediately enabled as a Premium User does not mean that the works will be published immediately. Publishing may be delayed due to editorial problems.
If you wish to cancel your account and have the published works associated with it deleted, we will proceed by deactivating it and removing your public profile, but we will retain some data that, by virtue of a legal or contractual obligation, are used to defend your rights from third parties about the works you have published and shared. In any case, the data stored and directly related to the shared works will remain private and intended only for that possible use. For example, if you have sent jobs and they have been published in Archweb.it, we must keep some information such as your name and surname, e-mail and IP from which you sent them, because Archweb.it must be able to certify to other users that you have the rights on your published work, even if you are no longer a user of Archweb.it; in this case and before the request to cancel your account, all this data will be hidden, and at the same time correctly stored and associated with the works sent.
Although Archweb tries to make the access and use of the Site and services as safe as possible, it cannot declare or guarantee that the Site or its servers are free from viruses or other harmful components; therefore, you will have to employ an industry-recognized program that can detect and remove viruses from each download.
To the extent allowed by law, the content on the site is provided "as it is", without guarantees or conditions of any kind, whether oral or written, explicit or implicit. Archweb, on its own behalf, and its affiliates, exempt themselves from the responsibilities of any implied warranties or marketing conditions, satisfactory quality, non-infringement and suitability of the files for a particular purpose.
Archweb does not guarantee the accuracy and completeness of the materials on the Site. Consequently, you will have to check the accuracy and completeness of all information before making any decision regarding the services, products or other content on the Site. Archweb could make changes to the materials on the Site or to the products and prices described, at any time and without notice. The materials on the site may be out of date and Archweb makes no commitment to update them. The information published on the Site may refer to products, programs or services that are no longer available.
The contents of the Site are provided for informational and general purposes only, do not claim to constitute legal or professional advice and should not be considered as such.
Archweb may provide third party content on the Site and may provide links to third party web pages and resources (referred for each specific case as "Third Party Content") as a service for those interested in such information. Archweb does not monitor and has no control over Third Party Content or third-party websites. Except as otherwise specified by Archweb, the same does not adopt or adhere to and is not responsible for any Third-Party Content.
Participation, sharing and transmission of content to or through the Site is permitted, including messages on blog posts and Other Content (collectively referred to as "the Content"). You will be the only person responsible for the Contents that you will post and you will not to present, publish, upload, transmit, distribute, store, create or otherwise share any of the following Contents through the Site:
You acknowledge and agree that any information or material, including, but not limited to, questions, comments, suggestions, ideas, notes, drawings, original or creative materials or information regarding the Archweb Site or products and services of the same, which are present on the Site or otherwise provided to you in the form of emails or other material delivered by Archweb (the "Other Contents"), are to be considered non-confidential, concern you and Archweb, and will be the sole property of Archweb. Archweb will be considered the sole owner of the Other Contents, and you hereby transfer all rights relating to the Other Contents to Archweb, and Archweb will be authorized for the non-limited use and will be free to share the Other Contents for any purpose, commercial or not, without having to recognize anything to you.
You are granted a non-exclusive and limited right to create a text hyperlink to the Site for non-commercial purposes, and it’s clear that this link must not represent Archweb or any other of its products and services in false, misleading or otherwise defamatory tones, and it’s also necessary that the Site of origin does not contain any material that is in general illegal, offensive or inappropriate. This limited right to create a hyperlink can be revoked by Archweb at any time. You will not be able to use an Archweb logo or other Archweb proprietary graphics to create a link to this Site without the express written consent of Archweb. Furthermore, it cannot use, represent or have representation techniques that enclose any commercial trademark, logo or other proprietary information of Archweb, including the images found on the Site, the content of any text or the layout / design of any page or form contained on the Site, without the explicit consent obtained from Archweb.
Archweb makes no representations or warrants anything about it, and doesn’t accept any responsibility for the quality, content, nature or reliability of the third-party websites accessible through hyperlinks from the Site, or from these sites that connect to the Site. They are not under the control of Archweb, which, therefore, is not responsible for their contents.
The Archweb site contains links to other resources on the internet. Archweb is not responsible for the effective accessibility and availability of these external resources, nor for the related contents.
You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Archweb, its parent company, affiliates, service providers, consultants and their respective directors, employees and collaborators, from and against any request for compensation, damage, cost, obligation and expense (including, but not limited to, reasonable legal fees) arising from or related to any Content that you post or otherwise transmit on or through the Site, with your use and behavior on the Site, and / or your violation of the Site Terms and / or of any other Archweb term, policy, or agreement regarding the Site itself.
The present terms of the Site and its use will be regulated and interpreted according to the laws of Italy, with the exclusive competence of the Court of Rome.
In accordance with the provisions of the Site Terms, Archweb reserves the right, without notice and in its sole discretion, to block or prevent access and use of the Site to users who violate them or the documents connected to them.
For questions or comments on the Site or on the Site Terms, you can contact Archweb at the email address email@example.com