Some laws - particularly the Trade Practices Act 1974 - may give you rights and remedies that cannot be changed or excluded by these terms. These terms are subject to those laws, and must be read and understood subject to them.
Nothing in these terms excludes, restricts or modifies any condition, warranty, right or remedy implied or imposed by any law if it cannot lawfully be excluded, restricted or modified.
If we supply you with goods or services that are of a kind ordinarily acquired for domestic, personal or household use, you have certain rights under the Trade Practices Act 1974that these terms cannot change or exclude. But in any case where we are allowed to limit it, our liability for such breaches is limited, at our choice to:
in the case of goods:
replacing the goods or supplying equivalent goods;
repairing the goods;
paying for the cost of replacing the goods or buying equivalent goods; or
paying for the cost of repairing the goods, and
in the case of services:
supplying the services again, or
paying for the cost of supplying the services again.
Subject to clauses 30, 30 and 30 and to the extent permitted by law:
all express or implied representations, conditions, warranties and remedies relating to our services are excluded;
we are not liable for any indirect, special, economic or consequential loss or damage or loss of revenue, profits, goodwill, bargain or opportunities or loss of anticipated savings that you incur or suffer in any way, whether:
we caused it by our negligence; or
we knew or should have known of the possibility of such loss or damage; and
our maximum aggregate liability, whether for breach of these terms or in negligence or in any other tort or for any other common law or statutory cause of action or otherwise is the amount you paid to us for our services during the 30 day period immediately before the time your cause of action arose (but this does not apply in the case of a claim that we have caused injury to or the death of any person).