Intellectual Property (IP)

Trademarks, Copyrights & Proprietary Rights Policy
Last Updated date: Jan 1, 2017

As per the Terms of Service clause, the content available on this Web Site, including, but not limited to the informational content;  Drawings;  images; charts; graphs; graphics; designs; photographs; audio and video clips; software and underlying code  are the property assets of Scholax Corporation (the “Company”). These Intellectual Property rights including, but not limited to, patent rights, copyrights, trade secrets, trade names, trademarks, service marks, moral rights, Digital Assets, know-how and any other related rights are subject to protection by U.S. and international intellectual property laws and treaty provisions.

Subject to this Policy and the applicable Terms of Use, and except as expressly indicated otherwise on the Web Site, you agree not to (i) rent, license, sublicense, sell, lease, transfer or otherwise distribute or disclose to any third party the Content, or any portion thereof, in any form, or permit third parties access to such Content; (ii) create any products or services based on the Content; (iii) copy, modify and create derivative works based on the Content; (iv) take any action compromising or threatening to compromise (a) the enjoyment and use by any Registered User of the Content or (b) the rights of the Company or its licensors in the Content; (iv) use, transfer, or dispose of the data in any manner that could compete with the business of the Company or the Company’s affiliates, or (v) use the Content in any manner, or for any purpose, contravening this Policy, the Terms of Service, or any applicable law, rule or regulation.

Nothing in this Policy or the Terms of Service grants you a license to develop, create or offer any products or services based on any of the Content found on this Web Site. To the extent approved by the Company, you are authorized to use and download materials that are made available on this Web Site only for your own needs. You may not use, distribute, modify, transmit, or post any Content obtained from the use of this Web Site or any functions of this Web Site for public or commercial purposes, including any text, images, audio, or video without our express written permission. Specifically, you are not authorized to resell access to any such materials or to redistribute or facilitate the redistribution of any such materials for sale to others. You may not delete copyright, trademark or other intellectual property rights and proprietary notices from printouts of electronically accessed materials.

To use this website, you are agreeing that all trademarks, service marks, logos, names and titles on this Web Site are proprietary to the Company and are protected by US and International trademark and copyright laws. Nothing on this Web Site should be assumed as granting any license or right to use any of the content displayed on this Web Site. Any unauthorized use of the content or any other Content is strictly prohibited.

The above said company owns all rights, including all copyrights, patents, trade secrets, database rights and other intellectual property associated therewith or appurtenant thereto. All users expressly acknowledge that the Content was created at the cost of substantial time, effort, money, creativity, and other resources, and comprises and constitutes commercially valuable trade secrets proprietary to the Company. Hence all stakeholders agree to protect the Content from unauthorized access.

Scholax always honor the intellectual property rights of owners and abide the US and International Intellectual property rights. In appropriate circumstances, we will terminate the access to this Web Site of any person or entity who is responsible for acts of intellectual property infringement laws. If you would like to obtain permission to make use of this Web Site in a way that is not permitted by these Terms, please Contact our legal team by using ContactUs link.

Please note that Scholax is not giving any legal advice on this website. If you have any questions related to proprietary rights, infringement etc., you should contact your attorney.