By using or accessing the Everyday Justice website (Website), you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions outlined below. 

Not legal advice 

Content on this Website, and any publications referred to, is general information and provided as a guide only. It is not intended to nor does it constitute legal advice and must not be relied upon. We advise you to seek professional legal advice before acting or relying on the information on this Website, or any of our publications. 

While we endeavour to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information contained on this Website, that information may contain errors and omissions and is liable to change. Everyday Justice makes no warranties and accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage you may suffer as a result of your reliance on any of the material on this Website. 

No solicitor-client relationship

Your use of this Website, including the Everyday Justice client intake tool, and the receipt of any information from us does not create nor is it intended to create a solicitor-client relationship between you and Everyday Justice. 

Client portal

Some Everyday Justice clients will utilise the client portal services available on the website to access information about their particular matters. Information that is available through the client portal is provided for convenience only and Everyday Justice does not warrant its accuracy or that it is up to date and complete. 

Use of the website

You may access this Website at any time, unless we have restricted access to perform necessary maintenance, updates or upgrades. Your ability to access this Website will otherwise depend on factors out of our control and we do not take or share any responsibility or provide any warranties that the Website will be accessible at all times. 

Through this Website, you may view, cache, browse, display, print or download a copy of any content features on the Website to your computer, provided that you use if for personal use only and not for any purposes that are commercial, unlawful or may prejudice the reputation or interests of Everyday Justice. All other rights in the material on the website are reserved. 

Everyday Justice reserves the right to alter, amend or vary the material on this Website without notice. 

Technical information and security

The transmission of data over the internet is not always secure. Although we endeavour to secure this website, we are not liable for any breaches of security and you use this website entirely at your own risk. We do not warrant that functions available on this website will be uninterrupted or error free, free of viruses or programming bugs or interferences due to factors outside our control. 

Links to other websites

The Everyday Justice website contains links to third party websites over which we have no control. We are not responsible for the operation, security levels, content or any other aspect of any third party websites. Links to third party websites are provided solely for your convenience and do not indicate our endorsement or affiliation to them or their products or services. We make no representations or warranties about the information contained on those websites. We are not liable for the content on those websites. 

Intellectual property

The Everyday Justice website contains intellectual property including trade marks, confidential information and copyright, together with any goodwill or reputation and intellectual property rights subsisting in those things. You should assume that intellectual property on this Website is owned by Everyday Justice or third parties, and unless permitted by law, you must not copy, reproduce, transmit, display or otherwise distribute any of that intellectual property in whole or in part without our prior written consent. 

No liability

Except to the extent permitted by law, Everyday Justice does not accept any liability to you or any other person for loss or damage of any kind arising from or relating in any way to any material on the website or your use of the website or any third party linked website, including the availability of the website or any third party linked website.

Privacy Policy 

Our compliance with privacy legislation is set out in our separate Privacy Policy.  


These Terms of Use, and any claims arising out of it or in connection with the website and your use of it, are governed by the laws in force of the State of New South Wales, Australia. 

Comments and feedback 

We welcome you to provide comments, feedback ideas or suggestions through the Get in touch with us section of the Everyday Justice website, or by emailing info@everydayjustice.com.au

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