Subject to the provisions of sections 43(5) and 43(6) of the ECT Act,
if applicable, and as far as allowed by law,
The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) (including its owners, employees,
suppliers, Internet service providers, partners, affiliates and agents)
shall not be liable for any damage, loss or liability of any nature
incurred by whomever directly or indirectly resulting from
- Access to the Home Affairs website
- Inability to access the Home Affairs website
- Content available on the DHA website including but not limited
to legal information whether it be complete or incomplete, accurate or
inaccurate or up to date for whatsoever reason;
- Services available from the Home Affairs website
- Downloads and use of content from the Home Affairs web site
- Any other reason not directly related to Home Affairs’s gross negligence
The DHA web site is supplied on an “As Is” basis and has not been compiled to meet the User’s individual
requirements. It is the responsibility of the User to satisfy himself or herself, prior to entering into this agreement with
DHA, that the content available from and through the DHA web site meets the User’s individual
requirements and is compatible with the User’s computer hardware and/or software.
Information, ideas and opinions expressed on the DHA web site should not be regarded as professional
advice or the official opinion of DHA and Users are encouraged to consult professional advice before taking
any course of action related to the information, ideas or opinions expressed on the DHA web site.
DHA does not make any warranties or representation that content and services available from the DHA
web site will in all cases be true, correct or free from any errors. DHA shall take all reasonable
steps to ensure the quality and accuracy of content available from the DHA web site.
DHA does not make any warranties or representations that the DHA web site shall be available
at all times. Users acknowledge that the DHA web site may be unavailable due to updates or other
causes beyond the reasonable control of DHA, including, but not limited to virus infection,
unauthorised access (hacking), power failure or other “natural causes”.
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