Terms of Use

Article 1: Purpose of the Terms of Use

THIS AGREEMENT IS GOVERNED BY LIVE LEARN (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE “COMPANY”). THE DANCE TRAINING CURRICULUM SERVICE (THE “SERVICE”) PROVIDED BY (HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS THE “MEMBER”). THIS DOCUMENT STIPULATES THAT YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING

Article 2: Member Registration
The Service can only be used by individuals and cannot be used in the name of a corporation or other association or association. (except for those who have joined a group)
Those who wish to use the Service shall agree to all of the terms and conditions of this Agreement before applying to use the Service. When a prospective user sends registration information to the Company in this manner, the Association considers that the prospective user has agreed to all of the provisions of these Terms, and a contract for the use of the Service between the Company and the Member is established with this.
Members shall be responsible for the strict management of their email addresses, passwords, credit card numbers, and other information required to use the Service, and the Company shall not be responsible for any damage caused to the Member for reasons other than those attributable to the Association.
If there is any change in the registered information (e-mail address, etc.) as a result of an application to use the Service, the Member shall immediately notify the Association of the change in the manner prescribed by the Association. For any delay in this notice, the following section shall apply.
In the event that a member falls under any of the following items, the Association may suspend the provision of the Service to that member or cancel that member’s registration The Company is not responsible for any damage caused to the member due to the cancellation of the registration, and is not responsible for any consequences resulting from this. In addition, the member must lose the benefit of the deadline at the time of cancellation of the registration, and repay all of the payment obligations, etc. that have occurred at that time in a lump sum.
When the registration information of a member is found to be false
When the member has neglected the performance of the obligations under this Agreement for more than 3 months, or when the Company determines that there is a risk of neglect
When it is found that you have used the Service (including information such as contents provided on the Service) in an unauthorized manner
When it is found that the login information required for the use of this service has been transferred, loaned or used by a third party other than the member, regardless of the member’s intentionality or negligence.
In addition to the preceding items, if the Company determines that a member has violated or is likely to violate this Agreement (including when it is found that the member has violated it in the past or that the member’s registration has been cancelled)

Article 3: Settlement
The member who made the credit card payment shall pay the fee in accordance with the payment terms set forth in the terms of the credit card company concerned. If a dispute arises between a member and a credit card company, the member shall resolve the dispute at his or her own risk, and the Association shall not be held responsible for any such dispute.

Article 4: Cancellation
Members may cancel the Service at any time after completing the curriculum by following the cancellation procedure prescribed by the Company (inquiry for cancellation form, send cancellation form, receive information email). However, the Company will not refund any fees received from the Member. The Member shall not be exempted from the obligation to pay the fees set forth in the preceding two articles, even if the termination is due to this article.

Article 5: Necessary equipment
The installation of equipment (including hardware and software) necessary for the use of this service, the conclusion of a contract with a telecommunications carrier necessary for Internet access, setting and maintenance of them, shall be done at the member’s own expense and responsibility, and the Company bears no obligation to bear this at all.

Article 6: Interruption, Suspension and Abolition of the Service
Members acknowledge in advance that the service may be interrupted or suspended in whole or in part at the discretion of the company in the event of any of the following reasons The Company will not be held responsible for any damage caused to the Member due to such reasons.
In case of periodic or emergency maintenance and inspection of the Service
When an external organization connected to the Service, such as a data center operator, communication line operator, or other telecommunications carrier, periodically or urgently conducts maintenance or inspection of the Service, or when a failure occurs.
In the event that the provision of the Service becomes unavailable due to fire, power failure, natural disaster, war, civil war, riot, disturbance, labor dispute or other force majeure.
In the event that the provision of the Service becomes unavailable due to defective hardware or software for the provision of the Service, unauthorized access or attack from a third party, or computer virus infection, etc.
In the event that the provision of the Service becomes impossible due to measures based on laws and regulations, etc.
If the Company interrupts or stops the provision of the Service in accordance with the preceding paragraph, the Company will, as a general rule, notify the Member of the interruption or suspension by displaying on the Company’s website or sending an e-mail to that effect at least three business days in advance. However, this does not apply in case of an emergency.
The Company may terminate the Service in whole or in part for its own reasons. However, if the Service is to be discontinued, notice will be given to that effect by the method prescribed in the preceding paragraph at least one month prior to the date of discontinuation.
Upon termination of use of the Service for any reason, such as cancellation or termination, the Company shall immediately stop providing the Service and delete all of the member data recorded in the Company.

Article 7: Prohibited items
The Association prohibits the following acts from its members
Modification, analysis, or reproduction of the Service or the contents provided by the Service, etc., or infringement of any and all intellectual property rights or proprietary rights, such as copyrights, neighboring rights, moral rights, portrait rights, and other trademark rights of the Company or a third party
The transfer, lending, provision of security, or permission to use the right to use the Service
Transfer of rights and obligations under these Terms to a third party
Actions that cause disadvantage or damage to the Company or a third party, and actions that interfere with the operation of this service
Torts, including violations of public order and morals
The act of registering false information when applying for use of this service or registering to watch this service.
Any act of using or causing the use of the Service for commercial purposes

Article 8: Intellectual Property Rights
All intellectual property rights and ownership rights, including copyrights, neighboring rights, moral rights, portrait rights, and other trademark rights, for all content provided by the Service belong to the Association. Members may only use the Content for the purpose of viewing in accordance with these Terms of Use, and may not reproduce, sell, lend, publicly transmit (including making transmittable), screen, modify, adapt, or otherwise use the Content beyond the above.

Article 9: Changes to the Terms and Conditions
The Company, without the prior consent of the member, the name of the service and this Agreement may be changed at any time in whole or in part.
When the Company has made changes to the preceding paragraph, it shall be posted on the Service’s website, and thereafter, when a member registers to watch, etc., you shall be deemed to have agreed to such changes.

Article 10: Exemption from liability
The Company is not responsible for any damage suffered by members and third parties to the member, the matters set forth in the following items do not guarantee, and directly and indirectly.
The accuracy and truthfulness of the contents and advertisements distributed by the Service
Settlement of all disputes and claims with other members
All matters related to transactions between members and credit card companies, PayPal, etc.

Article 11: Principle of self-responsibility
Members are responsible for their own use of the Service and for all actions and results of their use of the Service. In addition, when damage occurs to the Association or a third party (including when damage occurs to the Company or a third party due to a member not fulfilling their obligations under these Terms) due to the use of the Service and any actions taken using the Service, the member must compensate for such damage at their own expense and responsibility.

Article 12: Admission of persons under the age of 20
If a person under the age of 20 wishes to become a member, he or she must have the consent of a parent or guardian.

(Enacted January 22, 2017, effective January 22, 2017.)