Terms and Conditions of Website Use

Terms and Conditions of Website Use

By accessing this website, users of the website tribefamilylawyers.com.au (“the website”) agree to the terms of use set out below (“Terms of Use) and our Privacy Policy.

Tribe Family Lawyers (“Tribe”) may amend the Terms of Use at its discretion and without notice. By continuing to use the website, users accept the Terms of Use as they exist from time to time. The Terms of Use will not be affected by, and will take precedence over, any other terms or conditions on this website.

Legal status

Tribe Family Lawyers (“Tribe” or “we”, “our” or “us”) is a trading name of Madavo Pty Ltd (ABN 16 105 390 930) an incorporated legal practice.

Website material not legal advice

The publications provided on this website are for the information and reference of the website’s users and for no other purpose. The contents of this website are not intended to be comprehensive, and do not constitute, and are not intended to be relied upon as, legal advice.

While Tribe attempts to ensure that the content of this website remains up-to-date, Tribe does not provide any assurances or warranties in this regard. Users of the website should seek their own legal or other professional advice before acting or relying on any of the content of this website.

Any user who accesses this Website or its content from outside Australia does so at its own risk.

Tribe Intellectual Property

Unless otherwise stated, Tribe owns the copyright in this website and its content.

Tribe provides a revokable, non-exclusive and non-transferable licence to users of the website to access, print and use the content for non-commercial or personal uses only, and the content of this website must not be copied, transmitted, modified or used for any other purpose without Tribe’s prior written approval (except to the extent permitted by law).

Tribe does not authorise the content of this website or any part of it to be reproduced on any other website, without expression permission from Tribe.

Linking and framing

This website may contain links to other websites,and may display content or information from other websites within frames on this website (Third Party Content). Tribe provides no warranty or endorsement of the accuracy, currency, or suitability for any purpose of any Third Party Content or its author or owner.

Third parties may link to Tribe’ website provided any such links:

  • clearly attribute the link’s content as being owned by Tribe; and
  • are in no way misleading or deceptive.


Any personal information Tribe collects (through this website or otherwise) concerning website users will only be used and disclosed by Tribe in accordance with its Privacy Policy. Tribe’s Privacy Policy forms part of these terms and conditions.


Tribe makes no warranties or representations about this website or any of its content, and Tribe will not responsible for any loss suffered in connection with the use of this website or any of the website’s content.

To the maximum extent permitted by law, Tribe excludes any liability which may arise as a result of the use of this website or its content. Where liability cannot be excluded, any liability incurred by Tribe in relation to the use of this website or its content will be limited to the extent provided for by the Australian Consumer Law (Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010). To the extent permitted by law, Tribe will not be liable to any person for any indirect, incidental, special or consequential loss.

Tribe provides no warranties or guarantees that any file, program, access or use of this website is free from viruses, malware or other harmful technology or material which could damage or infect users’ data, hardware, software or other equipment. By accessing and using this website, users assume all risk in this regard and release Tribe from all applicable liability and responsibility.

Governing Law

These Terms of Use are governed by the laws of New South Wales, Australia and, if a dispute arises in relation to this website or the Terms of Use, the courts of New South Wales will have non-exclusive jurisdiction.