Two Peas In A Condo (the Owner) is the owner of any intellectual property rights located via Twopeasinacondo.com (The Website), in the items published or otherwise made accessible through the Website, unless otherwise noted.
Those works, marks, or inventions are protected by copyright, patent, and trademark laws and treaties all over the world, and may not be modified, copied, printed, reproduced, distributed, republished, performed, downloaded, displayed, posted, transmitted, or otherwise used in any form or by any means, including but not limited to electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or other means, unless expressly authorized by the owner.
Nothing made accessible through the Website, whether by implication, or otherwise, may be interpreted to convey any license or ownership interest in the materials published or otherwise made available through our Website, unless we clearly state otherwise. All rights not expressly granted to you are reserved under these conditions.
According to the process outlined in the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we respond to reports of alleged copyright infringement and terminate the accounts of infringers.
You may register a notice of infringement if you feel any material made available through the Website infringes on a copyright you hold.
A user who materially misrepresents that the material is infringing will be held accountable for our and our related individuals’ costs, including attorney fees. As a result, if you are unsure whether you are or represent the legitimate copyright holder, or if copyright laws protect the subject items, you should seek legal advice at your own expense from a knowledgeable attorney.
Any copyright infringement notification must be in writing and sent through facsimile, electronic mail, or first-class mail, and must include the following information:
- a copyright or trademark owner’s physical or electronic signature, or a person authorized to act on their behalf;
- thorough identification of the allegedly infringed copyrighted work or trademark;
- identification of the material claimed to be infringing or the subject of infringing behavior that is to be removed or access to which is to be disabled, as well as information reasonably sufficient to allow us to find the material;
- information about yourself, such as your address, phone number, and email address;
- a statement from you stating you have a good faith conviction that the copyright owner, its agent, or the law do not authorize use of the work in the way complained of; and
- a statement that the information in the notification is correct, and that you are authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner under penalty of perjury.