Terms and Conditions

COMPANY’s USE THIS WEBSITE SHALL BE GOVERNED BY AND SUBJECT TO THE ISSUING AND PAYING AGENT AGREEMENT (THE “AGREEMENT”) BETWEEN COMPANY AND BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. (THE “BANK”) ALONG WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (COLLECTIVELY, THE “TERMS AND CONDITIONS”). BY LOGGING ON TO THIS WEBSITE AND CLICKING THE "I ACCEPT" BUTTON, YOU AS AN AUTHORIZED USER ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE REVIEWED AND UNDERSTOOD THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, THAT COMPANY AGREES TO BE BOUND BY ALL OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND THAT YOU HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO SO AGREE ON BEHALF OF COMPANY.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The Bank grants Company and Authorized Users a limited, non-exclusive, revocable license for to access, view, and use this Website for business use. Materials from this Website may not be copied, distributed or transmitted in any way without the Bank’s written permission, except that Authorized Users may download, store, print and copy any of the material to which they have been granted access solely for Company's internal business use or to conduct business with the Bank on Company's behalf; provided, however, that the downloaded materials may not be altered in any way (in particular, copyright and trademark notices may not be deleted). The Bank reserves complete title and full intellectual property rights in any and all materials downloaded from this Website. The Bank further reserves the right to revoke any of the foregoing privileges at any time. Company is not authorised to license, republish, distribute, copy, assign, sub-license, transfer, sell, prepare derivative works of or conduct any other non-business use of any content on this Website. These Terms and Conditions shall survive the termination of the Agreement, whether or not Company retains access to this Website. Neither the Bank nor Company will contest the validity, enforceability or admissibility of hard copy printouts of the Terms and Conditions for this Website. Copies of such Terms and Conditions, if introduced as evidence in tangible form in any judicial or administrative proceeding, will be admissible to the same extent and under the same conditions as other business records originated and maintained in documentary form.