RIS offers its e-Commerce services only to adults who can purchase them with a credit card or other permitted method of payment. If you are under 18, you may use Riverside International Speedway Inc. services only under the supervision of a parent or guardian.
RIS in its sole discretion reserves the right to refuse service to any persons, terminate any accounts, reject performance of services on any material, or cancel any orders.
RIS reserves the right to disengage, ban, lockout, suspend (permanently or temporarily) any user that violates its social media standards.
Occasionally, materials are submitted to RIS that would make great promotional materials. If we wish to use such materials publicly, we will request the right to use them from you. You have the right to decline our use of those materials.
Merchandise orders placed with RIS can be cancelled within 12 hours of order submission without penalty and for a full refund except for “rush” orders. Once order processing has started the order is non-refundable. All other online sales are non-refundable.
By submitting images or other documents to RIS, for archival purposes or any other reason, you agree that if any such media is lost or damaged, RIS is without liability. Furthermore, you represent and warrant the following to RIS: (a) no materials submitted to RIS are submitted in violation of any copyright laws; (b) any materials submitted were either created by you, you have the right to permit RIS to perform duplication services and use the materials, or you have the permission of the copyright owner to duplicate/use the submitted materials; and (c) no materials submitted are libellous, obscene, offensive, threatening, defamatory, abusive, hateful, or otherwise violate provincial or federal law or the rights of a third party. By submitting images or other documents, you understand that RIS is relying on these representations.
If any loss, damage, delay, or non-performance is a result of acts of God, or natural disaster or catastrophe; war, invasion, other hostilities (including acts of terrorism), rebellion, or any other materially disruptive military or political event; embargo or labour dispute; power failures or other disruptions to services and utilities on which RIS relies; or any other unforeseen and external occurrence for which RIS is not responsible and could not predict which is required for the performance of its obligations, then RIS will not be not be liable for any such loss, damage, delay, or non-performance of services.
You understand and agree that when you place an order with RIS your email address will be added to our newsletter subscription service. You can unsubscribe from this service by clicking “unsubscribe” on a newsletter or by emailing your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You also agree that you will indemnify, defend and hold harmless RIS from and against any and all damages, costs and expenses, including attorneys’ fees (i) arising from claims or demands brought by any third party against RIS regarding the infringement of any copyright law or violation of other applicable provincial or federal law stemming from materials you submitted or (ii) arising from or related to your breach of these Terms. In the event that RIS discovers media/images submitted with an order violate these Terms, RIS will take any and all steps necessary to comply with applicable law, including, but not limited to, reporting to and complying with relevant authorities.
RIS takes its obligations under copyright laws seriously. If you are a copyright owner (or are acting on behalf of one), please report any alleged copyright infringements taking place through RIS’s service to email@example.com. Please (1) identify the copyrighted work you claim is being infringed; (2) identify who the copyright owner is; (3) identify why you believe the disputed use does not qualify under the “fair use” doctrine; (4) state under penalty of perjury that the information you are providing is accurate and you are either the owner or authorized to act on behalf of the owner.
If any court or other body of competent jurisdiction declares any part of this Agreement to be unenforceable, then that part will be deemed severed, and the enforceability of the remaining parts will not be affected. The unenforceable part will simply not be considered to be part of this Agreement.