Purchasing a CGP Online Edition title grants you access to the title for three years from the date of purchase.
Accessing a CGP Online Edition by using a code from a printed CGP book grants you access to the title for three years from the date of activation of the code.
By using the CGP Online Edition or accessing an Online Edition title you agree to be bound by the full Terms and Conditions.
Users of CGP Online Editions
- Use CGP Online Editions for your own personal use, including things like studying, classroom teaching, lesson planning and in-school training.
- Copy any part of CGP Online Editions (including any content) to the internet, an internal website (an intranet), a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), or any other computer.
- Print any part of a CGP Online Edition.
- Share your account login details with anyone else or place the details on the internet.
Full Terms and Conditions
This is the Agreement for accessing CGP Online Editions (the Service). The Service provides online access to a range of titles published by Coordination Group Publications Ltd. (CGP). This Agreement covers access to the Service regardless of the device or network you access it through. By using the Service you agree to be bound by this Agreement.
Please refer to this Agreement before adding more titles to your CGP Online Editions account (Your Account).
By agreeing to the terms of this Agreement, we grant you a non-exclusive licence to access a CGP Online Edition title for three years from the date of purchase.
2. Permitted Use and Restrictions
i. You may access the Service and any titles you own on any computer which is under your control.
ii. You may use the Service and any titles for your own personal use, including but not limited to study, classroom teaching, lesson planning or in-school training.
iii. You may not transfer any part of the Service or any of the content within the Service on to the internet, an internal website (an intranet), a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), or copy it to any other computer.
iv. You may not sub-licence, assign, rent, lease or transfer your accesses.
3. Accessing CGP Online Editions
i. Purchase Methods
You may purchase access to a specific title directly (Direct Access) or by purchasing a Code.
Direct Access is used to provide access to a title for your own personal use.
Codes are used to transfer access provisions to other users. School customers will be given Codes on printed vouchers so they can provide students with access to titles.
ii. Access Commencement
Access to a specific CGP Online Edition title commences on the date of purchase.
iii. Direct Access
By purchasing and using a Direct Access you are agreeing to the terms in this Agreement.
A Direct Access cannot be transferred to another Online Editions account.
A Code must be redeemed before the title it is linked to can be accessed. An unredeemed Code may be transferred to another person or organisation who can then redeem it.
You must agree to the terms in this Agreement before you may redeem a Code.
Once a Code has been redeemed, it cannot be redeemed again.
i. Account Requirements
Only holders of a CGP account may use the Service.
You are responsible for keeping Your Account user name and password confidential. You are responsible for all activities that occur under Your Account.
If you become aware of any unauthorised use of Your Account, you must notify us immediately.
i. Customer Termination
If you wish to terminate Your Account contact our customer services on 0800 1712 712.
ii. Termination by CGP Books
The Agreement and the access granted to use the Service automatically terminate if you fail to comply with any part of this Agreement. Termination of the Agreement (howsoever occasioned) shall not affect any accrued rights or liabilities of either party.
iii. Discontinuation of Service
We reserve the right to discontinue the Service prior to the expiry date of your access to your title(s). CGP shall provide a refund for the remaining access period or a physical copy of the title(s) as a replacement.
You own only the right to access a title for a maximum of three years.
The content and the copyright of the titles and other intellectual property rights of whatever nature are and shall remain the property of CGP or the property of any third parties that may have licensed software or content to CGP.
Please call Customer Services on 0800 1712 712 if you are experiencing difficulties or have any questions.
You are responsible for ensuring that your computer networks run appropriate protection against viruses or other malware. We do not take responsibility for any effects of viruses or malware however introduced to your systems.
You are responsible for ensuring that, prior to the use of the Service by your employees, agents or students, all such parties are notified of and agree to the terms of this Agreement.
We exclude and expressly disclaim all express and implied warranties or conditions not stated in this Agreement (including without limitation, loss of income, loss or corruption of data, business interruption or loss of contracts), so far as such exclusion or disclaimer is permitted under the applicable law. This Agreement does not affect your statutory rights.
i. Our liability to you for any losses shall not exceed the amount you originally paid for the service.
ii. In no event will we be liable to you for any indirect or consequential damages, or loss of income. In particular, we accept no liability for any programs or data made or stored with the service nor for the costs of recovering or replacing such programs or data. Nothing in this Agreement limits liability for fraudulent misrepresentation or our liability to you in the event of death or personal injury resulting from our negligence or that of our employees agents or sub-contractors.
10. Third Parties
The parties do not intend that any provisions of this Agreement shall be enforceable by virtue of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by any person not a party to it.
11. Entire Agreement
You have read and understand this Agreement and agree that it constitutes the complete and exclusive statement of the Agreement between us with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement.
12. Law and Disputes
This Agreement and all matters arising from it are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales whose courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction over all disputes arising in connection with this Agreement and the place of performance of this Agreement is agreed by you.