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Terms and Conditions

The policies listed here govern the usage of this site.

Terms of Use
This site is for informational purposes only. All content is provided on an as-is basis, and no accuracy or warranty guarantees are made. 
Please read the terms of this site in their entirety, and by using this site, you agree with them. As such, you agree to be bound by them. If you do not agree with these terms, we strongly advise you not to use this site. We reserve the right to deny access to users of this site for violating the terms expressed here. Denial of use of this site, for any reason, is within our complete discretion.
This site provides links to many other sites, which may have usage terms which differ from ours. By accessing other sites via links found here, you agree to be bound by the Terms of Use policies found on those sites.

Privacy Notice
You may access our complete Privacy Policy here.

Limitation of Liability/Disclaimer
Use of this site is at your own risk. If for any reason the information or materials found here meet with your dissatisfaction, you are strongly advised to discontinue use of the site. We are in no way to be held responsible for any damages (punitive, indirect, direct, incidental, accidental or consequential) resulting from the use of this site.

Furthermore, we will assume no responsibility for viruses that may harm your computer due to your use, directly or indirectly, of this site. This includes downloading material, clicking applicable links and/or browsing the site.

The Freedom of Information Act
In 1966 Congress enacted the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). It was designed to give Americans greater access to the records of the federal government. Since then, Congress has expanded the Act to include electronic records and files. You don’t have to file a FOIA request to obtain information that is customarily found in the public domain. These may include such records as legal filings and petitions, broadcast applications, petitions for rulemakings and more. To learn more, see 47 C.F.R. §0.453 and §0.455.

Trademarks, Copyrights and Restrictions
All material on this site is copyrighted. This includes images, words, video, audio clips, logos, forms and more. All assets are wholly owned by STRATA Trust Company (“STRATA”), a subsidiary of Horizon Bank. The content found here may not be reproduced, distributed, copied, republished or distributed in any manner whatsoever, without the express, written consent of a STRATA representative. Violators will be actively prosecuted.