Please read these Terms and Conditions (“terms”) carefully before using The Audit Library (“the website,” “the service”). Your access to and use of the service is conditioned on your acceptance of and compliance with these terms. These terms apply to all visitors, subscribers, and other users who access the service.
By accessing or using the service you agree to be bound by these terms. If you disagree with any part of the terms, then you may not access or use the service.
If you wish to purchase a subscription to the service, you will be asked to provide certain information including your email, phone, payment details, and other identifying information. You will be automatically enrolled to receive The Audit Library’s digital newsletter. You may opt-out of the digital newsletter at any time.
There are three levels of subscription plans; basic, team, and pro. Subscriptions to the website are billed on an annual basis. Subscriptions may be canceled at any time. Refunds will not be granted. Subscription renewals will be automatically billed at the selected subscription level using the payment information provided. You will be notified in advance of your subscription renewal. The Audit Library is not responsible for overdraft or non-sufficient funds charges incurred by users.
Subscribers may upgrade or downgrade their subscription level at any time. In the case of an upgrade, a prorated credit will be applied at checkout. The subscription will auto-renew at the upgraded level on the anniversary date. In the case of a downgrade, refunds (full or prorated) will not be granted. The subscription will auto-renew at the downgraded level on the anniversary date.
Pro plan subscribers receive 5 hours of consulting and advisory services per year. These hours can be applied to a consulting engagement, if requested. The hours do not roll forward to future periods. You are responsible for ensuring your consulting allowance is used over the course of your annual subscription.
The Audit Library provides document templates for Internal Audit professionals, Audit Committees, and Supervisory Committees. It is not intended for use by any other parties. Professionals such as external auditors, consultants, or any party that could be considered a competitor to The Audit Library are not allowed to use the service. The documents in the Library were prepared, reviewed, and vetted by audit professionals, are not legally binding, and are not intended to provide legal exculpation. All users must practice professional judgment in selecting, modifying, and ultimately using documents published by The Audit Library. Subscribers may not share documents, with or without user edits, with any party outside the course of operations for their organization.
The website may contain links to third-party websites or other services. The Audit Library has no control over, and assumes no responsibility for, the content, privacy policies, or practices of any third-party website or affiliate. You further acknowledge that The Audit Library shall not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused by or in connection with use of or reliance on any such content, goods, or services available through such third parties.
Disputes will be resolved via arbitration in the state of South Carolina. The Audit Library reserves the right, at our sole discretion, to modify or replace these terms at any time.
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