APA Website Terms & Conditions

A warm welcome from the Accounts Payable Association to our APA Website Terms & Conditions. All visitors continuing to use this website agree to comply and be bound by the terms and conditions detailed in this policy.

These APA Website Terms & Conditions terms and conditions should be read in conjunction with the APA’s Privacy Policy . These documents govern the way our relationship works with visitors when using our website.

If you fail to agree with any part of the APA Website Terms & Conditions on this page then please leave this website (APA Website).

The content of this website is subject to change without notice.

The APA does not provide a guarantee or warranty regarding the accuracy, completeness, timeliness and suitability of content, materials, data and information published in this website. Visitors acknowledge that this website may contain errors
and inaccuracies. The APA specifically excludes any legal liability for errors and inaccuracies to the maximum extent permissible by law.

Visitors use the content, information, materials and data on the APA website entirely at their own risk, for which the APA will not be held liable. It is the responsibility of the visitor to ensure that anything used from the website is fit for the purpose intended and meets the visitor’s requirements.

The APA Website contains intellectual property and materials, which are owned by or licenced to the APA for use. These intellectual property items consist of content, appearance, layout, design, code and graphics. Reproduction of any aspect of the APA website is prohibited other than finer aspects of Copyright which are referred to in our Copyright Statement.

APA Website Terms & Conditions - Trademarks

All trademarks used on this website which are not the property of, or licenses to the APA are acknowledged throughout this website. If you believe there has been a breach of trademark please contact the APA without delay.

Potential Legal Claims

Unauthorised use of the APA website may create potential legal claims:

  • The unauthorised use of the APA website may be a criminal offence and may give rise to claims for damages
  • Any dispute arising with visitors when using this website will be governed by the prevailing laws of England & Wales

Malware And Viruses

Whilst the APA takes every possible reasonable precaution to prevent malware and viruses from appearing on the APA website it is not always possible to prevent these from occurring with a determined attempt from a hacker. Such occurrences would be extremely rare, but the APA cannot be held liable if visitors are cross-infected by malware and/or viruses following a visit to the APA website. It is the responsibility of the visitor to invest in anti-malware and anti-virus software to prevent such an infection. If you suspect that the APA website has been hacked or is infected by malware/viruses please contact us.