Treasure Hunt Agreement

Oct 12 2021 • Posted in Uncategorized

Welcome to The (the “Website”) consists of various websites operated by Treasure Hunt / CCM California. will be offered to you provided that you accept without modification the conditions and indications contained therein (the “Conditions”). Your use represents your consent to all of these terms. Please read these terms carefully and keep a copy as a reference. With respect to User Content that you create when creating a hunt or that you are transmitted by you to Our Treasure Hunt`s social media accounts, you represent and warrant to Our Treasure Hunt that you are legally able to enter into contracts, that you are authorized to post or submit User Content, and that User Content and your repository of User Content are not contrary to or contrary to copyright. Proprietary rights of trademark, patents, publicity, data protection or other proprietary rights of third parties. You also agree: (I) not to submit or publish untruths or false representations that could harm our scavenger hunt or third parties; (II) submit User Content that is unlawful, dangerous, harmful, obscene, profane, defamatory, defamatory, threatening, pornographic, hateful, abusive, harassing, racist or ethnically offensive or that encourages conduct that is considered a criminal offense, establishes civil liability, violates any law, or is inappropriate; (iii) provide or publish documents or information that are confidential or protected documents or information of third parties; or (iv) post advertisements or commercial advertisements. Our scavenger hunt reserves the right to remove, remove or not publish content you have submitted without notice. On April 30, the London Underground reported that a man had discovered an object thought to be a Bronze Age jewel that could “be worth £10,000 to £20,000” if declared a treasure, indicating that he could queue for a “considerable payment”.

Earlier, in April, Cadbury`s arguably well-intentioned advertising campaign, which encouraged children to “grab a metal detector” and dig treasures in the countryside, was pulled back after sharp criticism from experts and cultural groups. Cadburys has rightly withdrawn the countryside and leads families in museums “where there are existing treasures.” Unless otherwise stated, this Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between user and Treasure Hunt/CCM California with respect to the Website and supersedes all prior or simultaneous communications and proposals, whether electronic, oral or written, between User and Treasure Hunt/CCM California regarding the Site. A printed version of this Agreement and of all electronic communications shall be permitted in judicial or administrative proceedings based on or relating to this Agreement, to the same extent and under the same conditions as other commercial documents and records originally made and maintained in printed form. . . .

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