Subscription, Payment and User Terms for Learning Communities

Subscription, Payment and User Terms for Learning Communities


Article 1. Definitions and applicability


  1. In these general terms and conditions:

– Caribbean Academy of Business: The knowledge sharing platform Caribbean Academy of Business, where organizations come together to exchange knowledge and experiences through the online portal and through organized meetings.

– Service: the services of Caribbean Academy of Business, consisting of the online portal and the organization of meetings.

– Agreement: the agreement between Caribbean Academy of Business and its participant on the basis of which Caribbean Academy of Business makes its service available to the participant;

– Website: the website www.caribbean-academy.com

– Participant: the natural or legal person with whom an agreement is concluded or who makes use of the service of Caribbean Academy of Business.


  1. These general terms and conditions apply to agreements and / or all use of the Caribbean Academy of Business Learning community services.

  1. The sending of a registration by the participant for the service of Caribbean Academy of Business has to be considered as an agreement with the application of these general conditions.

  1. Deviation from these general terms and conditions is only possible if expressly agreed in writing. The applicability of any general terms and conditions used by the participant is explicitly rejected.

  1. Should any provision of these general terms and conditions be null and void or destroyed, the other provisions will remain in full force and the void or nullified provisions of these general terms and conditions will be replaced by a new, legally admissible provision (s) in which as far as possible the purpose and intent of the void or voided provision (s) is taken into account.

  1. Caribbean Academy of Business reserves the right to change these general terms and conditions.

Article 2. Services


  1. Caribbean Academy of Business manages an online portal and organizes meetings for its participants, in order to bring parties into contact with each other for the purpose of sharing knowledge and cooperation. Caribbean Academy of Business only has a facilitating role in all its services: Caribbean Academy of Business never becomes party to any agreement concluded by the participant and another party (for example another participant) by using the service of Caribbean Academy of Business . As a result, Caribbean Academy of Business can not in any way be held responsible for what takes place between the participant and another party.

  1. Caribbean Academy of Business pays the utmost attention to the content of the website. However, some information on the website has been provided by third parties. Caribbean Academy of Business has no responsibility for this information. The participant and every other user is responsible for the exactness, correctness and completeness of the information and contributions provided by them.

  1. In case this is necessary for the maintenance or the quality of the service, Caribbean Academy of Business is entitled to temporarily suspend the online portal and / or the website or to limit the use of the portal / website, without that this creates a right to compensation for the participant. This provision also applies when the portal / website is temporarily out of use without the intervention of Caribbean Academy of Business.

Article 3. Use service


  1. By sending the registration form, the participant guarantees that all data, including but not limited to, name, address, e-mail address and company details, which are to be provided to Caribbean Academy of Business in the context of the service, are complete, accurate and current. to be. The participant will also ensure that the information in the user profile corresponds with reality and is therefore correct and complete.

  1. By participating in / registering to participate in Caribbean Academy of Business, the participant declares to be authorized or authorized to do so.

  1. The (personal) data obtained by the participant through the portal / website may only be used for the purpose for which it was provided. It is not permitted to process this data for any other purpose, including any form of unsolicited communication.

  1. Caribbean Academy of Business reserves the right to shorten or change contributions of the participant. In addition, Caribbean Academy of Business is authorized to refuse and / or remove contributions if the contribution conflicts with these general conditions or do not fit in with the purpose of Caribbean Academy of Business.

  1. Caribbean Academy of Business registers personal data. The way in which personal data is registered is described in the privacy policy of Caribbean Academy of Business. This privacy policy can be found on the Caribbean Academy of Business website.

Article 4. Subscription, cancellation and payment


  1. The subscription is entered into for the period of one (1) year. Unless one of the parties terminates the subscription in writing no later than 1 month before the end of the subscription period, the subscription will be tacitly renewed at the end of the period for the same period.

  1. The parties have the right to terminate the subscription without written notice of default or judicial intervention with immediate effect if the other party is in a state of bankruptcy, has requested and / or obtained suspension of payment or has otherwise lost the free management of its assets.

  1. The participant receives an invoice prior to the subscription year. This invoice must be paid within 14 days of the invoice date.

  1. If the participant is in default or omission in the fulfillment of his payment obligations, all reasonable costs incurred in obtaining satisfaction – in and out of court – will be borne by the participant. In case of non-payment 1.5% penalty interest per month is due from the due date. Both the extrajudicial, including 20% collection costs, as well as the legal costs are at the expense of the client / participant. Also in case of late payment AWG. 25.00 administration fee will be charged. Caribbean Academy of Business suspends all its obligations until the moment the participant has fulfilled all his / her obligations towards Caribbean Academy of Business.

Article 5. Code of conduct


  1. The participant guarantees:

– that the content of the contributions to be placed / placed by him is not in conflict with the applicable laws and regulations in Aruba, or is not unlawful;

– that he will not use his participation to disrespect or harass persons;

– that he will not harm the interests and the good name of Caribbean Academy of Business. The participant declares that he will not abuse the service of Caribbean Academy of Business.


  1. The participant who acts in violation of these terms and conditions can be excluded by Caribbean Academy of Business from further use of the portal / website and the service. This does not affect the full fulfillment of the payment obligation, to take further measures and, if necessary, to report the behavior of the participant to the competent authority.

Article 6. References


Caribbean Academy of Business contains references to third-party websites. Caribbean Academy of Business has no control over (the content of) these websites, and is in no way responsible for the content of these websites.


Article 7. Intellectual property


  1. All intellectual property rights relating to Caribbean Academy of Business, including but not limited to the website, texts, images, design, data files, sound materials and brands, are vested in Caribbean Academy of Business and / or its licensors.

  1. The intellectual property rights relating to the materials (contributions and / or other messages) that have been unmistakably supplied by the participant or a user of the website remain with the participant or the user of the website.

  1. If the copyright, trade rights or other rights in a posted contribution are violated, it is up to the victim to take action towards the violator (s) of his or her rights. Caribbean Academy of Business is outside and is therefore not a party and plays no role in this.

Article 8. Force majeure


  1. Caribbean Academy of Business is not obliged to fulfill any obligation if it is prevented from doing so as a result of force majeure. Force majeure also means a non-attributable shortcoming of suppliers and / or other third parties used by Caribbean Academy of Business.

  1. Force majeure does not give the participant the right to dissolve the agreement or to compensation.

  1. Force majeure means in these general terms and conditions, in addition to what is understood in the law and jurisprudence, all foreseen causes, foreseen or not – foreseen, which Caribbean Academy of Business can not exert influence on, but for which Caribbean Academy of Business does not is able to fulfill his obligations. Disturbances regarding the availability of the internet and strikes in the business of Caribbean Academy of Business or third parties.

Article 9. Complaints


  1. If the participant has a complaint with regard to Caribbean Academy of Business, the service or the website, the participant must make this complaint known in writing and substantiated via info@caribbean-academy.com.

  1. Caribbean Academy of Business will respond within 14 days of receipt of the written complaint. If the complaint is well-founded, Caribbean Academy of Business will make every effort to restore the situation on behalf of the participant.

  1. Complaints do not give right to suspend the payment obligation and / or refund of payments made.

Article 10. Liability


  1. Caribbean Academy of Business is only liable for direct damage as a result of intent or gross negligence on the part of Caribbean Academy of Business. Direct damage in these general terms and conditions is understood to mean the costs that the participant reasonably had to incur to determine or eliminate the damage, as well as reasonable costs to prevent or limit such damage and reasonable costs to determine the cause and extent thereof. .

  1. Caribbean Academy of Business shall never be liable for indirect damage, including consequential damage, loss of profit, lost savings, damage due to business interruption and loss due to loss of data.

  1. Caribbean Academy of Business can not be held liable for circumventing technical facilities with regard to the website by the participant and / or third parties.

  1. If Caribbean Academy of Business is liable for damage, the liability is at all times limited to the amount that is paid out. will be by the insurer of Caribbean Academy of Business. If the Caribbean Academy of Business’s insurer will not pay any amount, the liability is limited to the amount to which the agreement relates.

  1. The participant fully indemnifies Caribbean Academy of Business against all possible claims from third parties that derive in any way from and / or are related to the information he places on the community / website. This also includes any claim based on the claim that posted contributions / information infringes any intellectual property rights of third parties.

Article 11. Applicable law


  1. Aruban law shall apply to all agreements or legal relationships of Caribbean Academy of Business and the participant to which these general terms and conditions apply, even if an obligation is fully or partially performed abroad or if the party involved in the legal relationship there is domiciled.

  1. All disputes between Caribbean Academy of Business and a participant that may arise and on which no solution can be reached by mutual agreement, will be submitted exclusively to the competent court in the district of Aruba. Nevertheless, the parties have the right to submit the dispute to an independent arbitration institute.

  1. The parties will first appeal to the court after they have done their utmost to settle a dispute in mutual consultation.

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