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Disclaimer and Terms Policy


Service Agreement


By contracting the services of Digital Arts either orally or in writing,  I, ”the client” agree to the terms and conditions contained herein.  I understand Digital Arts reserves the right to modify the “Terms and Conditions” from time to time as required but no Terms or Policy will be other than contained herein unless noted to the customer before the works have begun and acknowledged by agreement with the customer.




“The client”, unconditionally guarantees that any material, text, images, music, slogans, logos, video or any other content provided to Digital Arts for inclusion in a design and or final product do not infringe on any copyright or trademarks that are established by another person or organization or any entity. I agree to hold Digital Arts harmless and indemnify Digital Arts against any such actions by others.


Approval and Proof of Works


“The client” understands that Digital Arts will endeavor to provide correct spelling, punctuation and text but it is expressly agreed that it is the final responsibility of “the client” to proof read  the works and examine them for errors before accepting as “complete”. Further Digital Arts will not responsible for color differences when client provides pictures or artwork. “The Client” accepts full responsibility to proof and approve any completed works provided for printing by Digital Arts or to another printer before any production printing occurs.




“The Client” and Digital Arts agree that all final works, art and designs become the property of “The Client” upon payment of all fees owed. Digital Arts retains the right to display the “works” in their portfolio and advertising.




Digital Arts policy requires a 50% advance deposit prior to the start of any work for the client. The balance payment of 50%  is due upon completion of works and approval by “The Client”. Checks provided to Digital Arts and returned for “insufficient funds” will be subject to California Civil code 1719 that provides for the collection of treble damages. A full refund will be made if “The Client” does not proceed with the product design before  the design samples are created. Cost of any “special” purchased materials for the job will be deducted from the refund. All printing projects are required to be paid in full before we start printing.