The terms and conditions set forth herein constitute the full and complete Agreement between you and CathoNet, LLC, ("CathoNet"). If you have separate agreements signed by hand by CathoNet, those agreements supersede this agreement. Where CathoNet uses Providers (Right Networks, Intuit, Microsoft, etc.) to provide services (Right Networks Services, QuickBooks software, Microsoft software, etc.), use of those services are governed by agreements between you and their respective Providers. By using the www.cathonet.com, any CathoNet Services, or any Provider Services (collectively "Services") you agree to all applicable terms of this Agreement and any agreement posted by a Provider in the course of using any of the Services.
CathoNet charges Account Set-Up Fees, Service Fees, and Consulting Fees where applicable. All such fees are subject to change with 30 days notice. A list of current fees is available on the CathoNet website. Unless otherwise specified in any offer or promotion, the fees published on the CathoNet website are applicable to all transactions between you and CathoNet. Setup Fees apply from the moment you place an order with CathoNet. Service Fees apply from the moment the setup work is completed until Termination (below) regardless of your use of the Services or whether your access has been suspended. Consulting Fees apply under the terms of a Consulting Agreement.
CathoNet reserves the right to offer subsequent promotional rates which may or may not be more favorable than the terms under which you entered this agreement. Any such periodic special rates shall not effect the then existing rights and responsibilities of each party. CathoNet reserves the right to change the rate charged for any such fee under this agreement with 30 days notice. Promotional offers and rates may not be combined. To the extent that you qualify for any promotional rates or special offers offered by CathoNet, these terms and conditions may be modified by the terms and conditions of the promotion or special offer. In such a case, the terms and conditions of the promotion, to the extent they differ from the terms and conditions expressed herein, govern. Past due accounts are subject to revocation of any or all discounts at CathoNet sole discretion. If any of your accounts are past due in any three separate service periods, you grant CathoNet the right to contact all users associated with your accounts for direct billing.
CathoNet charges a non-refundable set up fee as well as its periodic service fee which in some cases may be refundable as further set forth elsewhere herein. Depending on the Services you order from CathoNet, CathoNet may also charge you additional fees and specifically reserves the right to institute additional charges upon notice to you. CathoNet reserves the right to alter, change, amend or delete charges at its sole discretion. CathoNet further reserves the right to institute new Services and charge fees in association with the provision of such new services as it deems appropriate. Periodic services fees are due for a period if the service was available for your use in the period regardless of whether the service was used in that period.
If you pay for CathoNet Services through a reseller, terms regarding the resellers fees supersede the above part of this section with respect to such terms. CathoNet may be required by its suppliers to pay fees in relation to hosting supplier's software and CathoNet charges such fees through to its users; you agree that the supplier is solely responsible for the existence of such fees.
CathoNet does not charge for your use of software when you are using traditional software licenses (as distinguished from leased/subscription or "as-a-service" software licenses). CathoNet is in no way renting or sublicensing such software and does not offer such software on an application service provider or time-sharing basis because CathoNet fees are not for use of such software, but for your lease of the hosting platform, for maintenance of this platform, and for support for your use and the availability of this platform. CathoNet charges for use of software that you lease through CathoNet including any use of Microsoft Office but excluding any use of Intuit products except those explicitly leased through CathoNet.
Payment of Setup Fees and Service Fees must be made by credit card (American Express, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover) or bank transfer (bank transfer is available only upon approval, additional fees may apply) or other method at CathoNet sole discretion. Payment for all Services are due at the commencement of any service period, unless specifically stated otherwise in the offer or promotion pursuant to which you have ordered or are ordering the Services. All payments shall be made in United States Dollars.
Payment by Credit Card or Bank Transfer: prior to activation of your user account and at any applicable time thereafter you authorize CathoNet to charge the credit card provided by you or transfer funds from the bank account provided by you for the amount of the fees due for the agreed upon Services, together with any applicable set-up charges, registration fees, bank transfer fees, or fees resulting from Services provided in addition to or in excess of the previously agreed-upon limits, or any other charges outlined herein as may be applicable.
You further authorize CathoNet to perform like transactions for all subsequent service periods and other applicable fees on or during a reasonable period in advance of the commencement of any such subsequent period until such fees are collected. It is your responsibility to provide CathoNet with up-to-date credit card or bank transfer information that is sufficient to pay all fees due to CathoNet when those payments are due. If for any reason the credit card or bank transfer information you provided is insufficient to pay any fees at the commencement of any service period, CathoNet at its sole discretion will have the right to suspend and/or terminate your account under the TERMINATION section of this Agreement. Refusal or rejection of any charge or any portion thereof is grounds for account suspension and/or termination at the sole option of CathoNet under the TERMINATION section of this Agreement.
Refunds of Service Fees will be made only for pre-payment of Service Fees beyond the renewal date following the effective notice and termination of this agreement under the TERMINATION section of this Agreement provided and only when pre-payment did not result in any discount or waiver of any fees. CathoNet does not refund fees paid for software licenses. CathoNet may grant refunds under any other circumstance it deems appropriate without waiving any other rights hereunder. CathoNet is not responsible for refunds of any fees paid by you to any third party or delivery of any services purchased by you from any third party. The party that CathoNet bills for use of the Services has the right to limit access to those Services. In case of disputes regarding access, CathoNet has the right to limit access to Services at its sole discretion.
If you pay for CathoNet Services through a reseller, terms for payments to resellers supersede this section with respect to payment terms.
You agree to comply with software license agreements for software that you lease through CathoNet, such as Microsoft Office and the Windows Desktop, and will pay for all use of any such applications.
You agree to comply with software license agreements for all software that you use with CathoNet but do not lease through CathoNet, herein called "Manufacturer Licensed Software". Manufacturer Licensed Software includes but is not limited to QuickBooks, Microsoft Volume Licensed software, and ParishSOFT software.
You attest that you are the legal owner of all license information that you have provided or will provide to CathoNet.
You grant CathoNet or its suppliers the right to signal your acceptance of license agreements for Manufacturer Licensed Software. You agree that such license agreements are strictly between you and the software manufacturer and that CathoNet has the right to signal acceptance, including your acceptance, of such software license agreements. You understand and accept that it is your sole responsibility to ensure that your use of Manufacturer Licensed Software with CathoNet is in compliance with all software license agreements.
You understand and agree that CathoNet is not offering Manufacturer Licensed Software on an application service provider or time-sharing basis, but rather leases the platform on which you use such software. You agree that the relationship of CathoNet to such software license agreements is that of a consultant who maintains computers that are either leased or owned by you.
You grant CathoNet the right to share with the software manufacturer of Manufacturer Licensed Software your respective license information including all license-related keys and numbers for all Manufacturer Licensed Software and all related services provided by the software manufacturer.
CathoNet makes every reasonable effort to maintain the confidentiality of the data stored on the Services ("Hosted Data"). Providers include terms regarding privacy and confidentiality as well in their agreements. CathoNet will provide access to your Hosted Data only to support personnel on a need-to-know basis and to those users you authorize. You agree that if you are using the Services in conjunction with a diocesan chancery office or similar central office, you consent to allow that central office to access your Hosted Data. CathoNet will not disclose Hosted Data to any other party except as required by law.
You are solely responsible for ensuring that your login information is utilized only by you. Your responsibility includes ensuring the secrecy and strength of your passwords. CathoNet shall have no liability resulting from the unauthorized use of your login information. If you use weak passwords or do not change your password frequently, you increase the risk of your password being discovered by unauthorized parties. If login information is lost, stolen, or used by unauthorized parties or if you believe that your Hosted Data has been accessed by unauthorized parties, it is your responsibility to notify CathoNet to request the login information be reset or unauthorized access otherwise be prevented. CathoNet will use commercially reasonable efforts to effect such requests as soon as practicable after their receipt.
CathoNet makes use of intellectual property of CathoNet including but not limited to CathoNet tools and technologies for QuickBooks data aggregation, financial data restructuring, compilation, and analysis, financial reporting, and customer service. You acknowledge that all right and title to any such CathoNet property shall remain the sole property of CathoNet and that you have no right, title or interest therein. You agree to receive written authorization from CathoNet before performing any security analysis of any CathoNet service. You agree not to attempt to reproduce, reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble any CathoNet service and you agree that any derivative work is the sole property of CathoNet.
Ownership of your Hosted Data remains exclusively with you and no rights to said data are transferred to CathoNet unless so agreed separately. You are responsible for verifying the integrity of your Hosted Data at least every 90 days.
For periodic Services, the initial term of this Agreement shall be one (1) calendar month with automatic renewal for each subsequent additional month after the expiration of the initial term (each such month a "Contract Term"). CathoNet reserves the right to accept pre-payment of renewal periods and may from time to time offer financial incentives for such pre-payment. The Contract Term, however, shall remain one (1) month.
For any reason set forth herein or in the event that you breach any term of this agreement, CathoNet may suspend or terminate your account by deactivating any access to any information contained on the Services related to your account. Suspension hereunder shall specifically include the disabling of your access to CathoNet Services or any access to information or data related to your account. Service charges will continue to accrue on suspended accounts and you continue to remain responsible for the payment of any such charges during the period of suspension. CathoNet reserves the right to terminate your account forthwith and without notice for any breach of this Agreement.
This Agreement and all of its terms shall remain in full force and effect until terminated. Termination shall include the removal of any and all of your information from the Services. Such information or data may or may not be made available to you by CathoNet after any such termination. Restore of available data may be provided subject to a terminated data restore fee of not less than $150.00. Automatic renewal of this Agreement may be terminated at any time by either party upon fifteen (15) days notice.
Either party may terminate this Agreement immediately and without further notice for cause. Cause for immediate termination exists (a) if any payment for Services is more than fifteen (15) days overdue, (b) in case of any material breach of any of the provisions of this Agreement that is not cured within ten (10) days of the breaching party receiving notice thereof from the non-breaching party, or (c) any breach of the provisions of any Provider agreement.
If your use of the Services is paid for by or through a third party, you understand and agree that the third party has the right to have your account suspended or terminated at any time for any or no reason and that their failure to pay for Services that you use could result in termination or suspension of your access to the Services and/or your Hosted Data.
In the event of any termination under this TERMINATION section, any service fees paid in advance beyond the next renewal date following the notice period under that section may be refunded to you. Such a refund shall not include any set-up fees or other fees which are all non-refundable.
Accounts that are thirty (30) days past due shall be automatically suspended. Accounts suspended for sixty (60) days may be terminated. Suspended accounts may be reactivated subject to a $50.00 reactivation fee in addition to all outstanding balances which shall be paid by Customer prior to reactivation of the account. In addition, account reactivation can require several business days. All past due and unpaid balances are subject to collection through collection agencies. In the event of such collection action, Customers are liable for costs of collection including but not limited to attorney's fees, court costs, and collection agency fees. Once an account has been submitted to a collection agency for collection, such account shall additionally be subject to a $100.00 collection fee which shall be paid by Customer prior to reactivation of the account.
Any notice under this Agreement given by CathoNet to you shall be via email or telephone at the address provided by you to CathoNet at the commencement of this Agreement or as CathoNet is subsequently advised. Notice to you at this address is deemed sufficient regardless of your receipt of such email or telephone call. You warrant that the email and/or telephone address information you have provided to CathoNet is and will remain accurate. You agree that you will inform CathoNet of any changes to it within 15 days.
Any notice under this Agreement given by you to CathoNet shall be via email at email@example.com or telephone at 617-420-1306 or by mail at 20 Trafalgar Sq, Nashua, NH 03063. Notice to CathoNet by email or telephone address is deemed sufficient only upon confirmation from CathoNet by email or FAX or registered mail receipt. Notice given by you to cancel service shall be via a service cancellation request form that shall be provided by CathoNet upon request from you via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone at 617-420-1306.
The www.cathonet.com website and CathoNet Services are PROVIDED TO YOU ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, AND WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
THE TOTAL SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AVAILABLE TO YOU AS THE RESULT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT, NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY ACTION OR FAILURE TO ACT WHETHER INTENTIONAL OR OTHERWISE SHALL BE A SERVICE CREDIT EQUAL TO THE FEE PAID BY YOU TO CATHONET AS PRO-RATED FOR THE PERIOD CORRESPONDING EITHER TO ANY DOWN-TIME OF THE AFFECTED CATHONET SERVICE OR, IF CANCELLING SERVICE, TO THE PERIOD OF SERVICE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE MONTH OF YOUR FIRST ALLEGATION OF ENTITLEMENT TO SUCH REMEDY FOLLOWING SAID ALLEGATION AND CEASED USING THE SERVICES, BUT IN NO EVENT TO EXCEED A SERVICE CREDIT VALUED AT $100.00. IN NO EVENT SHALL CATHONET BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR LOSS OF BUSINESS AS THE RESULT OF ANY SUCH ACTION OR INACTION WITHOUT REGARD TO THE LIKELIHOOD OF ANY SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL CATHONET BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY FEES PAID BY YOU TO ANY THIRD PARTY OR FOR ANY SERVICES RELATED THERETO.
You specifically hereby waive any claim for damages of any kind whether direct, indirect, special, exemplary, punitive, incidental or consequential, loss of profits or loss of business as the result of any action taken in response to any claim of illegal use of CathoNet Services without regard to whether or not the material claimed to have been infringing is later found to be illegal.
You agree to fully defend and indemnify and hold harmless CathoNet, its officers, directors, agents, resellers, and employees, in their official and personal capacities, of and from any and all third party claims, causes of action, demands, costs, damages including both direct and consequential damages, specifically including attorneys fees and costs, expert fees and costs and mediation and/or arbitration fees and costs incurred (whether paid or not) as the result of any breach or claim of breach of this agreement or your negligence whether active or passive in any way related to your use of the CathoNet Services or any portion thereof. Choice of counsel remains exclusively that of CathoNet.
You agree to fully defend and indemnify and hold harmless CathoNet, its officers, directors, agents, resellers, and employees, in their official and personal capacities, of and from any and all third party claims, causes of action, demands, costs, damages including both direct and consequential damages, specifically including attorneys fees and costs, expert fees and costs and mediation and/or arbitration fees and costs incurred (whether paid or not) as the result of any violation or claimed violation of any copyright or other intellectual property right of any third party which is in any way related to your use of the CathoNet Services or any portion thereof. Choice of counsel remains exclusively that of CathoNet.
You agree that upon the assignment of your login information such as a username and password that you will maintain the confidentiality of your account information and assume all responsibility of and from any loss, theft or other destruction of any data as the result of any access to your account via the use of your login information. You further agree to defend and indemnify and hold harmless CathoNet of and from any and all third party claims, causes of action, demands, costs, damages including both direct and consequential damages, specifically including attorneys fees and costs, expert fees and costs and mediation and/or arbitration fees and costs incurred (whether paid or not) as the result of any claim for damages in any way related to the disclosure of your confidential login information. Choice of counsel remains exclusively that of CathoNet.
CathoNet agrees to indemnify and hold harmless you of and from any and all third party claims against your right to use within the CathoNet Services software leased through CathoNet and CathoNet’s right to use third party software or services in the delivery of the CathoNet Services to you.
Either party to this agreement shall be excused from any delay or failure in performance hereunder caused by reason of any occurrence or contingency beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to, acts of God, earthquake, labor disputes and strikes, riots, war, and governmental requirements. The obligations and rights of the party so excused shall be extended on a day-to-day basis for the period of time equal to that of the underlying cause of the delay.
In addition to any event of force majeure as described in the foregoing paragraph, CathoNet may also terminate this Agreement in the event that CathoNet elects, at its sole discretion, to cease doing business in the United States and/or Canada for economic reasons or for any other reason whatsoever. Customers who, at the time CathoNet ceases doing business in the United States and/or Canada, are taking advantage of any CathoNet offer for free services or any other services that were intended to go beyond the date of cessation (hereinafter, the "Prepaid Services"), may not recover any damages from CathoNet (or any of its affiliated entities or Providers) in the event that they incur costs and expenses related to the cessation of the Prepaid Services, nor do such customers have, nor may they bring, any claim for repayment of such costs and expenses, including without limitation, fees paid to other hosting services for the balance of time remaining with respect to any CathoNet offer of Prepaid Services. Customers receiving Prepaid Services at the time of cessation of business shall be entitled to a reimbursement of their pre-paid service fees, if any, except for Domain Services Fees, which are always non-refundable as provided for elsewhere herein.
This agreement and the rights hereunder is not assignable or transferable except that CathoNet may freely assign any or all of its rights hereunder to any person or entity who shall become a principal owner, or shareholder of CathoNet, or to any affiliated company or successor in interest of CathoNet. Any other attempted transfer or assignment of rights hereunder shall be null and void ab initio. Upon any such assignment by CathoNet to any other party CathoNet will notify you within ninety (90) days and, excepting assignment solely of rights of resale of CathoNet Services, you have the right to terminate this Agreement by giving notice thereof in writing to CathoNet and any such termination shall become effective thirty (30) days after the receipt of such notice by CathoNet.
If any term, clause or provision hereof is held invalid or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the validity or operation of any other term, clause or provision and such invalid term, clause or provision shall be deemed to be severed from the Agreement.
This Agreement shall be interpreted under the laws of the State of New Hampshire, without regard to any conflict of laws provisions.
Any claim, dispute or controversy with respect to, in connection with or arising out of this Agreement shall be subject to and decided by arbitration in the City of Nashua, State of New Hampshire, by a panel of three arbitrators. Each Party shall designate one disinterested arbitrator and the two arbitrators so designated shall select a third arbitrator. The persons selected as arbitrators need not be professional arbitrators and persons such as lawyers, accountants, brokers and bankers shall be acceptable, but each shall have substantial experience with respect to information technology and development. The arbitration proceeding shall be conducted in accordance with the commercial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association then and there pertaining. Any party may initiate arbitration proceedings hereunder by providing written notice ("Demand for Arbitration") to the other party to such claim, dispute or controversy. A Demand for Arbitration shall be made within a reasonable time after the claim, dispute or controversy has arisen; provided, however, that no Demand for Arbitration may be made after the date when institution of such claim, dispute or controversy would be barred by the applicable statutes of limitations. Arbitration proceedings shall be commenced within thirty (30) days of such notice or as soon thereafter as practicable, and the arbitrators shall be required to render a written determination within thirty (30) days after the commencement of such arbitration proceedings. The written award of a majority of the arbitrators shall be final and binding upon the parties and judgment may be entered upon it in accordance with applicable law in any court having jurisdiction thereof, including the federal district courts located in the City of Nashua, State of New Hampshire. All costs of any such arbitration shall be borne equally by the parties.
This Section shall not be construed to prohibit either party from seeking preliminary or permanent injunctive relief in any court of competent jurisdiction, however, the arbitrator hearing the dispute to which the injunction pertains will have the power to modify or dissolve any such injunction, or to order additional injunctive relief, in connection with the final arbitration award. The parties, their representatives, other participants, and the mediator and arbitrator shall hold the existence, content, and result of any mediation and arbitration in confidence except to the extent necessary to enforce a final settlement agreement or to obtain and secure enforcement of or a judgment on an arbitration decision and award.
Third party trademarks are property of their respective owners. "CathoNet", "ManageMyDiocese", "ManageMyParish", and the power-cross logo are trademarks of CathoNet. All content of this web site is copyright of CathoNet. You may not copy any content without CathoNet's written permission except under the terms of fair use or as required by law.
Nothing contained herein shall be interpreted as creating an agency, partnership or joint venture between CathoNet and you.
CathoNet may without advance notice amend this Agreement from time to time, and will do so by posting the new Agreement on the CathoNet website in place of the old. The new Agreement shall be become effective immediately superseding the replaced Agreement. It is your responsibility to periodically check the CathoNet website for updates of this Agreement.
CathoNet's failure to insist upon or enforce strict performance of any provision of this Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver of any provision or right. If any part of this Agreement is determined to be invalid or unenforceable pursuant to applicable law, then the invalid or unenforceable provision will be deemed superseded by a valid, enforceable provision that most closely matches the intent of the original provision and the remainder of the Agreement shall continue in effect. Any rights not otherwise expressly granted by this Agreement are reserved by CathoNet.