Terms of Use (Part 1)
The following Terms of Use contain the complete terms and conditions that apply to an individual's or entity's use of Savage Construction site. As used in this Agreement, "We," "Us" or "Our" refers to Savage Construction, and "You" or "Your" refers to the user. "Site" means any Savage Construction site posted on the World Wide Web.

Use of Our Site constitutes Your acceptance of these terms and conditions and Your waiver of any and all claims against Savage Construction, its parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, contractors, agents, officers, directors or employees arising out of Your use of Our Site or any materials, information, opinions or recommendations contained on Our Site.

We may modify any of the terms and conditions in these Terms of Use, at any time and in Our sole discretion, by posting a change notice or a new user agreement on Our Site. IF ANY MODIFICATION IS UNACCEPTABLE TO YOU, YOUR ONLY RECOURSE IS TO TERMINATE YOUR USE OF OUR SITE. YOUR CONTINUED USE OF OUR SITE FOLLOWING OUR POSTING OF A CHANGE NOTICE OR NEW TERMS OF USE CONSTITUTES BINDING ACCEPTANCE OF THE CHANGE.


3.1 Use.
All content included on Our Site, such as text, graphics, logos, button icons, images, audio clips and software, is Our property or that of Our content suppliers and is protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. The compilation (meaning the collection, arrangement and assembly) of all content on Our Site is Our property protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. All software used on Our Site is Our property or that of Our software suppliers and is protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. You may electronically copy and print in hard copy portions of Our Site for the limited purpose of placing an order with Us or using it as a shopping resource. Any other use-including reproduction for purposes other than those noted above, modification, distribution, transmission, republication, display or performance-of the content on a Site without Our prior written permission is strictly prohibited.

3.2 Penalty.
Unauthorized copying of the software, or failure to comply with the above restrictions, may result in severe civil and criminal penalties. Unauthorized duplication of the software constitutes copyright infringement and, in the United States, is punishable in a federal criminal action by a fine of up to U.S.$250,000 and imprisonment for up to five (5) years. In addition, federal civil penalties allow the recovery of actual damages based on the number of copies produced plus the profits of the infringer, or statutory damages of up to U.S.$100,000 for willful copyright infringement.
"Terms of Use" Part 2
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