General Use Restrictions
FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd reserves the right to revise, add to or delete the following terms at its discretion.
The contents of this website may not be copied, transmitted over public networks, modified, deleted, transferred to a user’s website or used in any other way that violates copyright laws, unless prior consent has been granted by FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd, other copyright holders or other parties holding rights to the applicable material. This restriction does not apply in cases where copyrighted material can be used legally, such as when material is printed or stored for personal use. FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd may refuse to allow the reuse of contents of this website in cases where it contains certain images, copyrighted materials of third parties, trademarks and similar material, or in cases where FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd decides that reuse would be improper.
FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd or the respective holders of rights retain the rights to trademarks, logos and brands shown on the website or material posted on the website. Except in cases where permitted by the Trademark Law or other laws, the use of these items without the permission of FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd is prohibited by the Trademark Law or other laws. Please obtain the prior consent of FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd before using trademarks.
Inaccuracies or Errors
FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd does not make any warranty regarding the accuracy, usefulness or reliability of the contents of this website or the information provided from other websites. FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd accepts no responsibility whatsoever regarding losses that may be incurred due to the use of these contents.
FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd may suspend or terminate this website without prior notice.
Applicable Laws and Legal Jurisdiction
These terms and conditions are governed by and to be interpreted in accordance with Singapore law and in the event of any dispute arising in relation to these terms and conditions or any dispute arising in relation to the FURUNO Singapore Pte Ltd website whether in contract or tort or otherwise, the Singapore courts will have non-exclusive jurisdiction over such disputes.